Would you agree to life on sea?!

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That is you keeping balance, in science we say equilibrium,Lolz,thanks for sharing
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A nice cruise sounds good, but in the long run, sea life is not for me. I can imagine how exciting it would be though, or perhaps I'm viewing this from behind rose-coloured glasses. I hope to get a chance to read this book though, the cover just draws me in.
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True words,nice avatar

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True words,nice avatar

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True words, nice avatar :tiphat:
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Post by Kalin Adi »

I like the sea; however, to live on the sea is a different story. Perhaps, if it's just for a couple of weeks or so, I would consider it. Otherwise, I like to keep my feet on solid ground. Thanks God my husband is not a merman. LOL.

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Lolz, thank God indeed.Thanks for sharing, Kalin
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No, I wouldnt. I would feel homeless and I get seasick easily.

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No. Holidaying once in a while is ok, but I would not want to live my life on the sea.

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Not all my life - at some point, that vessel is going to feel very small.

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Thanks guys for sharing
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I could probably live life at sea on a short-term basis (like a couple weeks/months). I love land-based things like camping and hiking so I wouldn't be able to handle living that way indefinitely.
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Lennycat wrote:I don't think I could live on the sea. I would love to live by the sea and swim in the ocean, but always having the waves under me night and day would grow tiresome. I would long to take a walk and feel the dirt beneath my feet.
I agree! I can be convinced to go on a cruise, but a live at sea will not work for me.
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This is going to sound like complete madness considering the fact that I don't even know how to swim. But I believe I might've been a dophlin or some other aquatic creature in my past life because I adore the ocean. I think I'd miss land too much to live on the sea. As much as I love it, I'd prefer a life in the mountains, hunting rabbits and bathing in springs than life on the ocean. There's just not that much to do there!

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Never. I have been there for a while and life is really boring and unpredictable.

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I would love to live on the sea!! If only there weren't any sharks!
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As long as there are internet and power, yes.
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