Travel buddies

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Hello,

I'm from Australia planning to go on the second half. If not, the next winter (October or so).

A bit about me: can't join the ADF for superficial reasons (shit grades + personal reasons) . Shit going on at home that won't end any time soon. 15 pull ups, 3000m in 12min (take a minute or 2 if I vomit). 175cm, 18 yo (19 when I leave)

Planning to leave with 20 pullups without struggle.

Let me know if you're keen on having a travel buddy if you're going at a similar time
 
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Joseph Cosgrove

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Hi Ski and welcome to the forum. I can understand you wanting to meet up with someone else from the forum and the two of you joining up together. After all you both have a common goal and also have the forum in common. Just remember that once you get in, you are on your own. I din't mean ignore your travel buddy, but if he gets binned or into a fight or whatever, don't get involved.

What I would suggest is that you knock on the door at different times. I mean you have no idea who this guy really is. If he turns out to be a bad apple, you don't want to be associated with him. Coming from Oz, it's a long way to go to be rejected. Also, if you can, join is summer rather than winter, because France can get awfully cold.
 
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Hahaha. Fair enough. Didn't really want to join the ADF because they're employing a huge number of homosexuals, overweight people and transvestites rather than more effective candidates.
 
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Ski,
Welcome to the forum. Going with a 'buddy' for travel is ok. However at the gates it is better to go your separate ways. Once there you will be on your own fighting your own personal battles.

I know from another service that joint joining does not work. We even separated brothers joining up at the same time.

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Ski,
Welcome to the forum. Going with a 'buddy' for travel is ok. However at the gates it is better to go your separate ways. Once there you will be on your own fighting your own personal battles.

I know from another service that joint joining does not work. We even separated brothers joining up at the same time.

99% need not apply.
99% have no intentions of applying (thank god) Still think we are saving life’s!
 

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