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NewF

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What's been happing in our real lives?
« on: October 04, 2022, 11:11:39 AM »
i know this board isn't *too* active, but in the end we're still all friends and have a story to tell.
As for me, I decided to give up my life in Canada, including the car audio world, bass competitions and everything else I had going for me, to go back to the Philippines and live my life with my daughter. Supporting her and giving her a good life.
So currently, am in the Philippines, found myself a new amazing girlfriend, starting my own business and raising my daughter and I couldn't be happier.


What's everyone else been doing with their lives? I hope everyone is doing well and will continue to do so.

Feel free to share your personal life stories here, because I'm pretty sure everyone would like to know how others are doing and are wishing the best for everyone. <3 <3

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Re: What's been happing in our real lives?
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2022, 12:41:11 AM »
Outside of being blackout drunk, I don't feel super comfortable talking about my personal life to people I don't know in person. Currently just drinkin', workin', and slackin' off.

How you find learning the local language, what's it, tagalog? Or do enough people know english where it's not super mandatory?

I've always been super interested in language but haven't put in the effort to learn more than an alphabet or 3 mostly because here where I live, I rarely encounter anyone who isn't another american. Spanish would be handy every now and then, but besides that, there's no "need" thus, motivation isn't that high outside of taking it as a hobby.

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Re: What's been happing in our real lives?
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2022, 10:02:22 AM »
I've been learning a bit here and there, but not super mandatory because a majority of them already know English.