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Discussion in 'Retirement & Leisure' started by Babs Hunt, May 2, 2016.
I don't have a bucket list but I do have a bucket.
I don't even have a bucket
I don't have one or ever felt the need for one because I always have done the things and visited the places I wanted to.
Lon, don't you have one last thing you'd like to do before you die?
Not really Shirley---I have had a good life with no regrets I'm content.
I don't have a bucket list either. If there was something I really wanted to do, I'd do it. There are things I'd like to get done. Things I can't do myself. But that depends on other people. I don't have much control over that.
Do you have a food you haven't tried but want to?
here it is http://www.seniorsonly.club/threads/do-you-have-a-bucket-list.3603/page-4#post-486464
Thanks for the heads up. And now I see the mods have moved it where it belongs.
I lived outside of DC most of my life, so had access to about every cuisine you can imagine. Employers also treated me to some very nice restaurants. And I'll try my hand at cooking anything.
The only things I can think of that I've not eaten are caviar and live grubs...but I don't have a burning desire for either.
I've had escargot, so that one's off of my list...and I won't be coming back for seconds.
Oh man I had the sturgeon roe caviar. Supposed to be good stuff. YUCK. Gave it to fiance's cat. Never had the other stuff to which you alluded.
You have to choose the keywords of your titles very carefully here. Few people may answer your question now, but it's only because they think they've replied to this thread already. LOL
Caviar is nasty.
Dont have a bucket list...could not afford to do any of the things anyway. Traveling the world over would be my thing. I miss Terry Page and his travel pictures, and his experiences.