The top 10 things I should have done sooner

JAprufrock
Stimulating clits and making women squirt since 2018
Comments: 19
Last Comment: February 15, 2019 by san_jose_guy

The top 10 things I should have done sooner

Everyone has said “I wish I knew then what I know now” at some point in their lives. I imagine most people wish they would have started doing some things sooner in life.

After my marriage dissolved six years ago, I was a mess for about three years. Had no motivation to do anything or talk to anybody and kept everything inside of me.

Then, about three years ago, at age 50, I had sort of an epiphany. I began living life again and doing some things I should have started doing immediately after my breakup, if not before.

It began with one thing and led to another. And I feel much better now.

I don't discuss this with friends, family, co-workers, anybody. But talking about these things anonymously on TUSCL provides an outlet.

So, here's a list of 10 things I wish I would have done sooner, in reverse order of importance:

10. Stop playing video games: I wasted too much time playing video games after my break-up. I felt like a stripper's boyfriend, minus the access to pussy, the unemployment checks and empty Doritos bags. I've played maybe once in the past year. Now I use my PlayStation only for accessing porn, as it should be.

9. Switch from tidy whities to black briefs: Chicks dig black briefs. At least that's what the ones I've paid for sex tell me.

8. Body spray and lotion: I smell better and my skin is no longer dry. I'm hoping this gets me laid one day without having to pay for it.

7. Smooth shaven: I've lost the beard for a smooth-shaven look. Feel and look younger.

6. Remove body hair from shoulders to crotch: I started using hair remover cream on my shoulders, back, chest, arms and crotch and the babes love the smooth look and feel. At least that's what I'm told by the ones who work the erotic massage parlors I've frequented.

5. Enjoying a cold one: I had stopped drinking for a long time but now I'm enjoying a cold beer, or several, on a Friday night (sometimes Saturday). I don't get shit-faced drunk and always make sure I have only two when I'm driving.

4. Less junk food: I rarely eat fast food anymore, only when I'm traveling or pressed for time. It saves money and I'm healthier and lighter as a result. I don't cook much, so I go to Costco and stock up. They have great frozen foods I'd highly recommend: Fish, shrimp, burgers, chicken strips, ravioli, burritos, pizza and more.

3. Nude beaches: Love being naked outdoors under a warm sun. Have visited Gunnison Beach in New Jersey once and Haulover Beach in South Florida several times the past few years.

2. Mongering: I spent several years without female companionship of any kind following my breakup. Was still holding out hope for a reconciliation that I now know will never materialize. I'm not a big fan of U.S. strip clubs due to lack of value and not wanting to do anything illegal. Thanks to TUSCL, I discovered the joys of Tijuana. Been to Club Hong twice and Allure Massage near Toronto a couple of times. I'm hoping destinations such as Colombia, Costa Rica and Germany (FKK clubs) are in my future as well.

1. Exercise: By far the No. 1 thing I wish I would have done sooner. I worked out in the past, but not to this extent. I'm in the gym almost every day, lifting and doing cardio and I've lost a lot of weight. I feel great and get complimented often. It has done a world of good for my self-esteem, which had practically bottomed out, and has increased my confidence exponentially. I can't recommend this enough.

I'm sure I'll add to the list in the years to come. Better late than never.

Article Comments

Papi_Chulo
Miami, FL (or the nearest big-booty club)
As an old saying goes "life is for living".

The years def fly by - as one gets older at one point one may not have the health, or maybe finances, to do or enjoy certain things they always wanted to do - IDK what is the best way to go about it, try go get in as much as you can and don't worry about the future, or be conservative and save as much as you can for tomorrow - I guess the prudent choice is to play-it-down-the-middle and have fun but also save for the future.

Our American society seems to put too-much emphasis on work where many people don't take vacations b/c they feel they can't be away from their jobs and many white-collar folks will be even doing work or at least checking-in (emails, etc) during a vacation.

I think it was TUSCLer Che whom once posted something along the lines of:

In the US, when you meet someone, the first thing they often ask you is what you do for work - in other places (Europe, etc) the first thing they often ask you is what do you do for fun or ask you about your family - or something like that.
Warrior15
Anywhere there are Titties.
Good for you. Life is precious and should be enjoyed. Was there something that happened 3 years ago that woke you up ?
Papi_Chulo
Miami, FL (or the nearest big-booty club)
Yeah - a good/healthy diet and exercise def will make one feel better and just not look better - as as one gets older diet and exercise probably become more-important to feeling good - a couple of months ago I saw a very interesting show on PBS on how much effect exercise has on the brain - seemed as if exercise was the best thing one could do for a healthy high-functioning brain.
Papi_Chulo
Miami, FL (or the nearest big-booty club)
In the animal kingdom, some species are suited to the solitary life - and others are suited to live in groups and don't do well on their own.

I think we humans were made to be with each other - being isolated is def not healthy - one thing is to have some personal downtime, but I think we are at our best when we are engaging with one another.
Papi_Chulo
Miami, FL (or the nearest big-booty club)
As one gets older, one starts to sorta see-the-writing-on-the-wall and that they don't have forever to do things they've wanted to do - one's health and energy may not be what it once was - one may have had a health scare or two (or more), or one may be dealing with certain conditions - all making us aware we are getting older - I guess it's what they call the old midlife-crisis.
stripfighter
He's kinda an ass...
I'd break it down to 5 things I always strive to be improving or optimizing and wished i'd done so sooner.

1)Mental health---meditating, being mindful, and learning something new.
2)Regenerative health--it's amazing how consistently getting good night's sleep helps w/daily grind. More resources to deal w/ the bullshit.
3)Dietary health--eating clean. at the very least cut down sugars and processed junk. optimize w/even healthier choices for better results
4)Physical health--both resistance and cardio training, honestly been slacking a bit this year. feels like i'm just going through the motions
5)Social health--definitely my currently least addressed one. never been the type to make friends easily, or if i did was just superficial. but working on 1-4 i'm in a better place to work on 5.
K1956
Boobs, booze, butts, and a libertine wannabe...
Man, it seems like your changing things for the better well done...
Cristobal
So many women, so little time
The point is you are doing these things now and you are better for it, life is too short to spend too much time regretting but rather doing, good job and wishing the best in this journey.

Our stories have similarities, the depression numbs you but eventually you can overcome it and become a stronger, more balanced person.
JAprufrock
Stimulating clits and making women squirt since 2018
Appreciate the feedback, gentlemen. One thing I'd add to the list: I've made a conscious effort to help those (few) people close to me, either as a sounding board, offering encouragement and support or however I'm able. I realized that I had been too wrapped up in my own issues and needed to start paying attention to others.
@warrior15 I'm not sure exactly what clicked inside of me three years ago, but I give TUSCL much credit. I stumbled upon this site in May 2016 and realized life is too short to waste on non-essential activities and I should do what makes me happy. When I got into the mongering game, it motivated me to do whatever I can to be more desirable to women, which explains several items on my list.
Muddy
I take love, then take the strip club and put ‘em together to make one magical combination
Well this whole thread is inspiring and depressing as fuck at the same time.

Well I’m younger but I’m definitely seeing a streamline of things I like to do. Exercise, Money and Pussy. I’ve kind of lost my love of sports. I used to be such a big baseball fan. I still am a fan. But not like I used to be. All sports. I don’t like watching others succeed. I just don’t give a fuck, when I was a kid, yeah they were my hero’s but now fuck no. Movies, video games and many tv shows too. So much of it just just fake bullshit to me.

Nope. This is my story. And there is some 10 begging to be fucked in my future. I’ll spend more time finding her then watching others. And that shit is actually real. It can actually happen. Isn’t that so fucking wonderful?
Lurker_X
North Carolina
I lost 50 pounds that I had been carrying with me for 20 years or so. I rationalized that most Americans carry some extra weight, nobody notices, it is not a big deal. All truths, actually...

But it is so rewarding to regain the mobility that I had when I was younger. To sit up quicker, not feel my belly getting in my way.

And receive as well, an occasional compliment from a stripper that I look younger than my age!
Papi_Chulo
Miami, FL (or the nearest big-booty club)
^ what did you specifically do to lose the weight?
s275ironman
Detroit
It all starts with making one little change, and then slowly one change leads to another change and it becomes a domino effect as it progresses.

I’m a guy in my mid-30’s and a couple years ago I made a few lifestyle choices that really paid off. All I did was find motivation to change my diet and start exercising again. I lost 30 pounds after about 6 months, and I found myself back to the weight I was my freshman year of college. Today I am still maintaining that weight.

During the whole process of getting there, I noticed a huge difference in my overall health. I would say it had a bigger impact on my self-esteem and mental health than it did on my overall physical health. There is no better feeling in the world than what you feel right after you accomplish such a remarkable thing. If there is a downside, once you get there, everything balances itself out and the excitement starts to wear off, but the key is to reflect back as a reminder that you don’t want to take any steps backwards.
NJBalla
New York
Good topic. For me I have much of the same.

Eating healthier. I went from eating junk food every day to once a week. Can now wearing medium instead of 2XL.Its amazing to think how easy it was to do and these days when I slip and pig out I feel like I have an alien in my stomach.
Working out regularly. I used to think that working out more than an hour a day would lead to injuries but it is the opposite. If you work out 5 times a week for more than an hour you not only dont feel pain in the gym, but no pain at home
thatotherguy70
I used to play vids all the time. I still do, but now only if I've been to the gym that day.
skibum609
Massachusetts
Things I wish I had done sooner - None. Things I regret doing - None. Things I used to do a lot and now would prefer to not do: golf and lifting weights. Things I changed because I was afarid my bad habits would eventually har,m my wife since we spend too much time together: I no longer routinely have double digit drinks; I no longer skip work to drive around in my car and get high; we eat healthy; I eat less.
WILLYSGOTAWOMAN
New Jersey
mr eliot i like your latest addition the most. human connection is very important
Daddillac
Atlanta
Eating habits are much more important than exercise in weight control. Exercise is very important but there are 168 hours in a week, if you exercise 2 hours a day 7 days a week thats 14 hours. what you do the other 154 is what determines weight
san_jose_guy
Thank You Founder for reopening our threads, this will make for a big improvement
^^^^^ I know someone who is a private security guard. He came to the same conclusion, as he walks so many miles per day. Beyond a point there is not much more exercise he can do. So it is diet.

But, having said this, there was Ryan Bowen who road across the US on a bicycle, to get the first Obama Inauguration. He was doing close to 200 miles per day. It was said that he had to eat around 7000 calories per day just to maintain body weight.

I found that riding in the Davis Double Century, with 7000 ft of climbing, cased me to eat in monumental proportions the next day.

I have also found that riding 100 to 200 miles per week still does not allow you to just eat as much as you want without gaining weight.

But, when you get to 300 miles per week, I would say that weight gain does start to become impossible.

And this is why it is important to see the bicycle as a source of transportation, not as a form of conspicuous recreation. No one has that much recreational time. It can only work if it is transportation, and usually day or night all weather transportation.

The bicycle is much more practical than the automobile. It is the automobile which should be seen as an expensive and impractical toy.

SJG

AOC speaks early in this, about the Amazon matter, and Amazon for some reason is getting a huge federal tax rebate.
www.democracynow.org

J. Lopez, Versace Green Dress
www.youtube.com

www.youtube.com

Robin Trower
www.youtube.com
Join for Free to Contribute
Write an Article and get 4 weeks free VIP! Browse More Articles Everything on this site should be considered a work of fiction
© 1993-2019 www.tuscl.netWhere the little head is king.

2779

34.238.194.166