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    [–] [22F here] looking for a small group of people to go on great (and small) adventures Onepaperhat 3 points ago in melbourne

    My god that's absolutely perfect. Road trips are right up there on the top of my list, I could drive for hours with some friends and good music.

    [–] [22F here] looking for a small group of people to go on great (and small) adventures Onepaperhat 3 points ago in melbourne

    Now that's a nice day, it's the little things like that, huh? I always keep my eye out for places I can go like that by myself, but I feel like it could be a lot more fun to have people to enjoy it with at the same time.

    Melbourne is a charming city. I've always enjoyed the old buildings, the creativity and diversity. Before I moved I visited a couple times a year and just thought, why not just live here? And now here I am. There's so much to DO here!

    [–] [22F here] looking for a small group of people to go on great (and small) adventures Onepaperhat 18 points ago in melbourne

    I'll give you two for the price of one.

    – A photon is going through airport security. The man behind the desk asks if he has any luggage. The photon says, "no, I'm travelling light."

    – If you jumped off a bridge in Paris, you'd be in Seine.

    [–] It's the /r/melbourne random discussion thread [Monday 18/03/2019] Onepaperhat 3 points ago in melbourne

    Did anyone see the sky pulsate a bright orange on and off about 5 minutes ago? I saw it in the corner of my eye and thought what the fuck was that. It went on a couple more times before it stopped. Went to take a video but kept missing it at its brightest. What was it?

    [–] The most toxic thing on the internet right now: The like and dislike button. Onepaperhat 1 points ago in CasualConversation

    "refrained from open-sourcing the code, in hopes of stalling its potential weaponization as a means of mass-producing fake news."

    Well this is terrifying.

    [–] The most toxic thing on the internet right now: The like and dislike button. Onepaperhat 4 points ago in CasualConversation

    Yeah it's nice! Conversations that spark discussions are normal things you'd be having in real life. So to be able to do that right here and with people from all around the world, that's what it's truly all about.

    [–] Medical cats, 55*65 cm, acrylic on canvas Onepaperhat 1 points ago in crafts

    Hey this is nice! I think the style is very cool

    [–] How Blessed are we to call this place home Onepaperhat 2 points ago in melbourne

    Hey same! I've had living in Melbourne on my list for a while and finally doing it in January.

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 1 points ago in CasualConversation

    As someone who enjoys going to libraries for the peace and gentle vibes, thank you for being a trusty librarian!

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 1 points ago in CasualConversation

    I genuinely like the sound of this. If you're not usually a book reader and still enjoyed it, it must be pretty damn readable.

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 2 points ago in CasualConversation

    I laughed. Reminds me of this one time I was with a friend at SeaWorld. She was eating a cinnamon donut when she fell flat on her face and her donut rolled across the ground in front of her and she yelled "MY DONUT!!" She didn't care about her cut knee, she just wanted her donut, man.

    [–] It is insane when you think about how many times you trust strangers day to day. Onepaperhat 7 points ago in CasualConversation

    Woah. Dude all of that is crazy! The fact that we both had to be at the right place at the right time blows my mind. Hats off to the universe, but I totally know where you're coming from with the long distance thing. It's tough, man. And yeah, when you can find a lesser known bar where everyone gets along, it's the best.