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Ok, Party Over...

Or so they say. I'm now really 21 years old, and currently having fun. I don't know what the number 21 does to the human male body, but I feel really different compared to when I was 20. I don't think it's actually physical, more physiological. Or psychological I might say. I get this sudden feeling of duty and responsibility, more than I did the time I turned 20. But that's another story, because I started my 21st year on this earth with a party.

Parties were meant to be escapes from reality, an excuse to do things while you're intoxicated, incoherent, irrational, and even asleep. However, parties are basically a celebration of something significant -- might be a new haircut, a new promotion, a special accomplishment, or another year to your life. Some people have parties for other people, while some just have parties for the sake of having parties.

Life was meant to be a party (or so they say) that's why I just enjoy whatever comes my way. I've pretty much done all the I can do in my life, however I'd like to do more things and meet more people as time goes by. Another year, another beginning. Not really hope for anything, but more like hope for having more beginnings to come. I've tried being someone I'm not, and I've tried being who I really am. I'm liking the things I'm doing, and am raring for more.

I'm looking forward to having more parties though, may it be mine or other people's party. It seems that I've recently just found out that parties are things that I really like and that are dear to me. I've been having fun, and I don't plan on stopping from having fun while doing the things I need to do.

Ok, party over... Or so they think. As for me, I'm going to keep partying and enjoying the time I have.

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Got another job offer/invitation... I hope this time I could go to the interview if it ever gets to that point. But for now I'm just enjoying whatever's coming my way.

Chill...

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