A day to day acount of the whacky and wonderful world of Muggaz - i tend to be having too much fun these days, and often cannot remember moments due to debauchery - its time the internet repayed my loyalty by recording my antics.
like a diamond in the sky.
Published on October 8, 2005 By Muggaz In Just Hanging Out
I have been looking people in the eyes a lot more lately – I don’t know how I used to communicate with people, it just seems as though I am noticing eye contact a lot more. I am aware of the cliché involved with eyes, but it is true, the eyes are the most attractive feature of the human body.

As I am about to embark on the biggest adventure of my lifetime, I notice the various hang-ups and inhibitions people have just by observing a downward glance here or a look away there, in contrast, I also view people who ooze vibrancies and excitement just from a twinkle in the eye.

These are the people I want to surround myself with in my life. The eyes are the gateways to the soul, and I want to be amongst those who aren’t afraid to look directly into mine. Whilst I prepare for my journey, I have felt a twinkle in my own eye, with the accompanied mischievous grin. I have never felt so confident yet anxious in my entire life, I don’t know what challenges lay out there for me, alas; know that I will meet them head on.

In just over a month I will be in a completely foreign environment, enjoying new sights, sounds and smells that I have never experienced before – the detriment to this is the fact I am bored with anticipation, nothing excites me anymore and I am willing to take that extra step because of it.

A couple of weeks ago I jumped onto the back of a petrol tanker and rode two suburbs until the driver was told he had some passengers, something I wouldn’t normally do unless I was craving the sense of adventure that courses through my veins as I type this. It’s a massive world out there, and I want to see it through my eyes, then hopefully I can share what I have learnt when you look into the twinkle of mine.

on Oct 08, 2005
adventures and life challenges are what makes life worth living, enjoy.
on Oct 08, 2005
You make me smile, Mugz. I look forward to being within 1,000 miles of you, give or take.

on Oct 08, 2005
Hey stranger. Good to see you writing here! I thought you might have fallen off the face of the earth--I'm happy to hear that it may have only been a petrol tanker Are you crazy?!? (Nevermind, don't answer that!)

I'm thrilled that you are going to be on this side of the world in six or so weeks... there is no doubt that a get-together is required.
on Oct 09, 2005
yo team

I don't know how much chance i will get to travel, but i don't know what my plans are after this little adventure is either... I hear there is a magical place that has excellent beaches as well as snow... I want to live in a place like that... it's called California!

never say never!
on Oct 10, 2005
I think Mark is politely trying to say he would never consider meeting any JoeUser peasants in a million years.

Jolly good show indeed.
on Nov 14, 2005
I wish he would consider this peasant.