Most Unforgettable Experience

@easy888 (10405)
Australia
March 9, 2007 6:36am CST
What was your most unforgettable experience in your life? Why was it so unforgettable??
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10 responses
@ironstruck (2299)
• Canada
11 Mar 07
I think my most unforgettable experience was today. I am so tired. I have done my grocery shopping, cleaned my car, did my laundry and cleaned my apartment. I have also done 100 posts today and this one right here is number 500 in total. I also started about 15 discussions and submitted 6 pictures. Yes, EASY, this has truly been an unforgettable day and I am going to my king size, warm and cozy water bed. We will see tomorrow what mylot pays for 100 decent posts, 6 pictures and 15 discussions started. You would think it should be over $2.00 or something is not right. But anyway, hurray!! I can cut and paste now.....and it only took one week.
@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
14 Mar 07
I will try to do this this weekend..lol.. and hopefully i will reach 500 posts
@adidas7878 (2013)
• United States
11 Mar 07
the most unforgettable experience is with this one girl that i really care about, the first time we kiss, it feel so right, like nothing else around us really matter, just so into one and other, i wouldnt trade that moment from anything in the whole world, actual i lie i would trade that for be able to be with her again, i wouldnt mind meeting her and start all over again
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@simran1430 (1793)
• India
9 Mar 07
well there are many unforgettable experiences but you did not tell good ones or bad ones , well the recent most unforgettable one was that when my bro surprised us by flying all over to us to give us a great surprise , it was very good one .
@joyce959 (1562)
• Philippines
13 Mar 07
There are few unforgetable experiences in my life. One is when i got married, other one is when i gave birth to my sons. One recent unforgetable experience I have is when I was poked with a knife by a man who announced hold-up when I was alone withdrawing some cash in an ATM. I struggled with the man, and it caught the attention of some passerby and a security guard who fired at the scaping hold upper. He got my handbag with some important things, luckily he didnt get my purse. That was a nerve rocking experience for me.
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@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
14 Mar 07
It is a shocking experience,, so py extra attention to the surounding when you are cashing out at the ATM.
• United States
11 Mar 07
I think one of my top unforgettable experiences (I have several) would be winning a speech contest at 10 yrs old. We were supposed to do it for the class and then our teacher picked two she loved the best. She sent me with another guy to compete with the other classes. I was in the 5th grade, 10 at the time. I did a speech about handicappted people, including my sister who at the time was 3 or 4. My speech WON over all the other speeches that day, including the 6th graders. I was SO proud! With the other student that also won, we both went onto compete at a local school. Sadly I didnt win anything that day. I was downcast and sad and broken hearted. I cried a lot that day. I worked SO hard to get to that point, practicing EVERY day in front of our class at school, in front of my parents, on camera. My teacher felt so bad she gave me flowers to make me feel better. But the whole point was I recall that moment I won.I recall how nervous I was and still am. I know I want to be a broadcast journalists someday so I will be doing lots of speech type things. But I wont forget the day that I won something that mattered a lot to me. A speech contests!
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@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
13 Mar 07
I have never taken part in any kind of speech contests because I am shy to speak up in the public.. True, if you pay the effort,practice hard,, it will be happier than if you win it by luck.
• Canada
9 Mar 07
It woudl eb one year went snowmobiling up in northern BC with a friend who used to live there, There was not a cloud in sky, we went up a mountian near seven sisters and camped while we were there we saw the northern lights across the sky it was truely breath taking
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@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
11 Mar 07
It must be a very excitng experiece to have snowmobiling. I had been to skiing once,but i nearly get sunburnt in the snow mountian
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• United States
11 Mar 07
I would have to say by far my trip to Ireland what is the most unforgettable experience. the country is so laid-back and wonderful looking, the people are very friendly and the bidders good to.
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• India
14 Mar 07
according to me,i wont forget a single thing that happened in my life irrespective of its importance..hence i think every moment in my life is important for me..Time is precious.so the moment gone never come back..so evry moment is important for me..
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@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
14 Mar 07
true...we should rememebr every moment in life no matter what happen.
@unisis (1674)
• Indonesia
13 Mar 07
it would be one when i went to mount Titlis in Switzerland by using cable car and rotary cable car,and the temperature is minus 17 degrees,and the sky is very bright,the sun shine is reflected by the snow,cause i never see the snow in my country,in the trophical never have snow,There was not a cloud in sky, we went up a mountian near and camped while we were there we saw the northern lights across the sky it was truely breath taking
@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
13 Mar 07
I am also very excited when i see snows for the first time in the Snowy mountain.
@reezluv (377)
• Malaysia
14 Mar 07
my unforgettable experience is involve in archery. I have 7 years experience in archery and I will not forget it for ever in my life becasu that is the best game that i've ever play in my life and I'm still play it until now.:)