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    Hmmmm.

    Probably the time I went hiking around Mount Guyot. It is a very remote mountain away from everyone, trail hasn't been kept up for decades, no people around at all. Had to park 20 miles away and hike to it on foot. When I got to the mountain on the second day, the trail was surrounded by tree's and fog, it was like a living version of the tunnels that go through the very heart of the mountains, and it felt as if I was going through a corridor that was not meant for earthly eyes. On the hike, I saw many deer. Even thought I saw a mountain lion, though it could be my imagination, as they were supposed to have died out here 100 years ago(however, you never know what you will find in the deep parts of the Smokies). After climbing a few hours, I bread free from the tree's into a green ridge just under the cloud bank. Climbing through the dense mist had an almost mystical feel to it, and I could not see more than three feet in front of me, and surprisingly, the silence was overwhelming there(the land was vibrant with sound lower down).

    Upon ascending the cloud bank, I see, before my eyes, an untouched, unending land of white and grey as far as the eye can see, ending in a blueish termination that one reads about in novels. Jutting up every few miles were outcroppings of rock and tree's, seeming like islands of earth and green among a sea of cloud.

    I sat down on a soft bed of lichen, resting against a cool rock, and used my water purifier to get some of the water from a nearby stream, cold and brisk, and thrilling. I just sat, and watched as, every now and then, a bird rose, and fell though the clouds for what seemed like hours, while being lulled by the soft and mournful whistling of the wind. The peace, the contentment I felt, it makes my sad just thinking about it, makes me yearn for it again. That, I have to say, is my happiest moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raszagal View Post
    Hmm..well, I dont think I can remember a real happiest moment. But a not real one, was when I was 4 and I dreamt I had all the Lego in the world
    oooh lego. I remember when geting lego for a birthday or for christmas made brother and I feel like the happiest kids alive.



    Jakko, that place sounds lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakko View Post
    Hmmmm.

    Probably the time I went hiking around Mount Guyot. It is a very remote mountain away from everyone, trail hasn't been kept up for decades, no people around at all. Had to park 20 miles away and hike to it on foot. When I got to the mountain on the second day, the trail was surrounded by tree's and fog, it was like a living version of the tunnels that go through the very heart of the mountains, and it felt as if I was going through a corridor that was not meant for earthly eyes. On the hike, I saw many deer. Even thought I saw a mountain lion, though it could be my imagination, as they were supposed to have died out here 100 years ago(however, you never know what you will find in the deep parts of the Smokies). After climbing a few hours, I bread free from the tree's into a green ridge just under the cloud bank. Climbing through the dense mist had an almost mystical feel to it, and I could not see more than three feet in front of me, and surprisingly, the silence was overwhelming there(the land was vibrant with sound lower down).

    Upon ascending the cloud bank, I see, before my eyes, an untouched, unending land of white and grey as far as the eye can see, ending in a blueish termination that one reads about in novels. Jutting up every few miles were outcroppings of rock and tree's, seeming like islands of earth and green among a sea of cloud.

    I sat down on a soft bed of lichen, resting against a cool rock, and used my water purifier to get some of the water from a nearby stream, cold and brisk, and thrilling. I just sat, and watched as, every now and then, a bird rose, and fell though the clouds for what seemed like hours, while being lulled by the soft and mournful whistling of the wind. The peace, the contentment I felt, it makes my sad just thinking about it, makes me yearn for it again. That, I have to say, is my happiest moment.
    Hmm, that was really well written Jakko. Especially the 2nd 2 paragraphs.

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    mmm cool water, I remember drinking water from a glacier, that was the sweetest water I had ever tasted.... I wish I could have some again...
    (well written Jakko)

    lol I have many happy moments ^_^ and I'm sure my happiest moment is yet to come. I'm also sure that there will be so many moments in contention for that title. But I do love the simple pleasure of being held by someone you hold dear, just silent, looking out at the ocean or the stars or even at the people passing by, kids playing on a playground. Those moments are among my most treasured.

    That and hitting a few homeruns last season, and winning a hard-fought game, knowing you helped to win and you played the best you could and did so in a sportsman-like manner so that everyone can enjoy the game.

    okay I have more but I'll stop there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakko View Post
    Hmmmm.

    Probably the time I went hiking around Mount Guyot. It is a very remote mountain away from everyone, trail hasn't been kept up for decades, no people around at all. Had to park 20 miles away and hike to it on foot. When I got to the mountain on the second day, the trail was surrounded by tree's and fog, it was like a living version of the tunnels that go through the very heart of the mountains, and it felt as if I was going through a corridor that was not meant for earthly eyes. On the hike, I saw many deer. Even thought I saw a mountain lion, though it could be my imagination, as they were supposed to have died out here 100 years ago(however, you never know what you will find in the deep parts of the Smokies). After climbing a few hours, I bread free from the tree's into a green ridge just under the cloud bank. Climbing through the dense mist had an almost mystical feel to it, and I could not see more than three feet in front of me, and surprisingly, the silence was overwhelming there(the land was vibrant with sound lower down).

    Upon ascending the cloud bank, I see, before my eyes, an untouched, unending land of white and grey as far as the eye can see, ending in a blueish termination that one reads about in novels. Jutting up every few miles were outcroppings of rock and tree's, seeming like islands of earth and green among a sea of cloud.

    I sat down on a soft bed of lichen, resting against a cool rock, and used my water purifier to get some of the water from a nearby stream, cold and brisk, and thrilling. I just sat, and watched as, every now and then, a bird rose, and fell though the clouds for what seemed like hours, while being lulled by the soft and mournful whistling of the wind. The peace, the contentment I felt, it makes my sad just thinking about it, makes me yearn for it again. That, I have to say, is my happiest moment.
    Write a poem, Jakko. Good imagery here.

    I for some reason can't remember the happiest point in my life.



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    When I saw this video of the girl I like. It was a POV on her face and she was like crying tears of joy as her boyfriend took away her virginity. She was so cute. Then the realization hit me, and I crawled into my bed, curled up, and cried for days.

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    last time i got laid
    Flyer than a piece of paper bearing my name,

    The Private Potion, don't drink it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiks_me_manga View Post
    last time i got laid
    LOL I fully expected a post like that. My happiest moment was the last time too... there was alot of thrashing around.

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    Hmmm I am a very unhappy person... My memory is my greatest gif and an evil curse >_>

    I remenber most of my life, and even tought I have a lot of happy momments they are quickly destroyed by the sad ones.

    EDIT: after write 11 paragrabs of some parts of my life, I decided it was better, to keep them to myself... in the end... lets just say the people that made me happy is either dead, or lost...
    DEAD TO THE RETARDS!!!
    DEAD TO THE FANBOYS!!!
    DEAD TO THE WERESHEEP!!!

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    I don't think I experienced life enough to define the "happiest" moment of my life..

    I'll get back to you in 40years
    "Chile is a thin and tall country"

 

 
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