9,763. It’s time to start living.


Hi. Hey. How are you?

I agree these are very standard and socially acceptable ways of acknowledging another souls existence. It’s all very easy, another pattern to fall in line with. Another wave of the hand. A nod of the head. A twist of the shoulder. It’s safe. It’s comfortable. It’s all been done before, what other way is there? Small town Kansas culture personified.

How much time do we have? 

Have you ever asked yourself that? I mean its pretty simple right? All we have to do is Google, average life span of male in the US, right? Okay let’s find out.


Excellent. Well how old am I?

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Nine thousand six hundred and seventy three days. Wow, well if the average life span of a US male is 78.94 years that means on average I will live 28,813 days. Nineteen thousand one hundred and forty days, I have on average 19,140 days left to live.

I think it’s time to start.

I want to be unique, different, and alluring. I dream of being fun, energetic, and memorable. I cannot do this if I continue starting my conversations with, hi, hey, how are you? From this day forward, my journey into the world of understanding body language, sparking interest, and creating attraction begins. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Move.

Are you ready?

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Sammy “The Sandwich” Kristoe