ITT post list of unique/expensive experiences on your bucket list

which normies wouldnt do
1)Antarctica trip
2)Fighter jet ride
3)Skydiving on Mt.Everest

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    starting a family

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      *a third family

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    When I was in Strasbourg with a friend, we met up with a friend of mine from highschool who was training to become a pilot and invited us out to the airfield to give us an aerial tour of the castles in the region.

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >3)Skydiving on Mt.Everest
    Is that a thing? I didn’t think people could get stupider, if so. I went paragliding in Switzerland once, exciting, only semi-expensive, semi-normie, won’t do again.

    I worked in a drug rehab in Thailand for a bit. Not expensive, but also not normie.

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Skydiving on Mt.Everest
    Impossible for several reasons.

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    normies love all these things.
    >antarctic cruises
    massive hits, the cruise companies print money on these but they can only run so many because the season is so short.
    >skydiving everest
    just meme variation on the most normie bucket list item there is
    >muh fighter jet
    you can do it pretty easily, its expensive but you'll tick it off the bucket list. they'll even let you fly it. its not that extraordinary if you have a few grand to spend.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      name one unique/expensive experience that normies won't do

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        I've always had this idea of walking Scandinavia, maybe bottom to top or straight across, I'm not sure. And/or sailing the entire baltic coast line

        Be my friend

        My dream is to combine all religious pilgrimages into one 'mystical' journey, but I need to figure that out.

        I know there is the Via Francigena from Cantebury, England to Rome. From there, I'd larp as a crusader to Jerusalem, stopping in Delphi, Mt. Athos, and Istanbul. Traditionally it goes through Syria, but if by then if it still isn't safe perhaps Cyprus & Lebanon. Then I'd larp as a Muslim on hajj from Jerusalem to Mecca.

        From Mecca, is where it gets tricky.
        There are several pilgrimages, but I'd prefer to keep heading East than go in circles.
        Mt. Kailash is sacred to 4 religions and has a trek, but it's in Tibet.
        There's the Char Dham for Hindus, in the Himalayas.
        There are Buddhist pilgrim sites further East up and within Nepal
        There is Adam's Peak in Sri Lanka where there's a sacred footprint which could be Shiva's, Buddha's, Adam's or St. Thomas' (they haven't decided yet I guess)

        I guess I could follow the hippie trail and visit Goa on the way to Sri Lanka, go back up to Nepal? And from there the Hippie/Banana Pancake trail through Southeast Asia visiting various temples. I'd like to go through central China to visit the monasteries on top the jagged rocks, and head to Nagasaki, Japan (was place of Christian martyrs who got crucified, Catholic holdout in Japan before getting nuked by the Freemasons). Then I'd like to that Shikoku pilgrimage through various Shinto shrines as well as to Mt. Fuji and I suppose end it in Tokyo & later try an ayahuasca retreat in Peru.

        I know this sounds very schizo but I'd love to meet up with other SighSee schizos on the way. Not into cooming, but if it happens it happens. If anyone has ideas to make this more organized, lmk.

        Ah yes, the Manchildrens' Crusade. Sign me up!

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Fighter jet ride
    There is this shit for spitfires near me, I see them every week. It starts at like £3k for 30mins

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    That's all stuff you can buy. I'm not impressed.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >1)Antarctica trip
      Yeah, that's on mine.

      Let's see now,
      2) See those leaping white sharks off South Africa.
      3) See a tornado. Get somebody else in the vehicle to say "Cow," so I can say " 'nother one."
      4) Cruise the Amazon on a small ship.

      >That's all stuff you can buy. I'm not impressed.
      Fair enough, what would you do? Impress us.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Add 5) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_lava

  8. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Birth a son and not mutilate his body and inject with heavy metals

  9. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Mine are mostly related to animals. They're not really unique or even that expensive so I'm going to get them done.

    Seeing silverback gorillas and chimps up close in the jungle is a big one. Diving outside of a cage with a great white is another. Just imagine the rush from sitting a few meters across from a wild silverback gorilla, ready to frick you up if you make the mistake of maintaining eye contact for a couple of seconds

  10. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I do not believe in this whole "normies wouldnt do it". But there are some a bit unusual experiences I'd do. None is that secret though. All well known.
    >gorillas in rwanda
    >transsiberian
    >ciudad perdida trek
    >everest base camp (by helicopter)
    >the greatest day
    >kayak in norweigian fjord
    >stay in underwater suite
    >long range private jet (with suite)

  11. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    i would love to ride a camel across the middle east and north africa. apart from that i would also very much jump at the chance to go to antarctica and find the entrance to agartha

  12. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bungee jumping off a bridge in Auckland
    Hiking through the mud and marsh in Katmai national park to see dozens of grizzly bears up close
    everything else I've done is normie-tier

  13. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    No reason to go to Antarctica. Waste of time and money to see ice and rocks

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Plus there's nothing here worth seeing. Just save your Earth money and go back home.

  14. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Seeing the Titanic wreck. I hear tickets prices are dropping. Must be the economy.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Might be able to hook you up with a bloke who built a sub for that in his shed. None of this licencing nonsense either so it'll be cheap

  15. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    bike through the Americas, Africa and Eurasia by bike. Maybe New Zealand, too. And a coastal Australian ride or something. I have all the gear, I'm just too poor, can't miss work for like 3 years.

  16. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    My dream is to combine all religious pilgrimages into one 'mystical' journey, but I need to figure that out.

    I know there is the Via Francigena from Cantebury, England to Rome. From there, I'd larp as a crusader to Jerusalem, stopping in Delphi, Mt. Athos, and Istanbul. Traditionally it goes through Syria, but if by then if it still isn't safe perhaps Cyprus & Lebanon. Then I'd larp as a Muslim on hajj from Jerusalem to Mecca.

    From Mecca, is where it gets tricky.
    There are several pilgrimages, but I'd prefer to keep heading East than go in circles.
    Mt. Kailash is sacred to 4 religions and has a trek, but it's in Tibet.
    There's the Char Dham for Hindus, in the Himalayas.
    There are Buddhist pilgrim sites further East up and within Nepal
    There is Adam's Peak in Sri Lanka where there's a sacred footprint which could be Shiva's, Buddha's, Adam's or St. Thomas' (they haven't decided yet I guess)

    I guess I could follow the hippie trail and visit Goa on the way to Sri Lanka, go back up to Nepal? And from there the Hippie/Banana Pancake trail through Southeast Asia visiting various temples. I'd like to go through central China to visit the monasteries on top the jagged rocks, and head to Nagasaki, Japan (was place of Christian martyrs who got crucified, Catholic holdout in Japan before getting nuked by the Freemasons). Then I'd like to that Shikoku pilgrimage through various Shinto shrines as well as to Mt. Fuji and I suppose end it in Tokyo & later try an ayahuasca retreat in Peru.

    I know this sounds very schizo but I'd love to meet up with other SighSee schizos on the way. Not into cooming, but if it happens it happens. If anyone has ideas to make this more organized, lmk.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Then I'd larp as a Muslim on hajj from Jerusalem to Mecca
      Good luck with that! I watched a documentary in undergrad and you're in deep shit if they find out you're not Muslim. Generally, converts to Islam (especially "non Muslim" looking ones like whites or East Asians or something) get a permission letter from their local imam indicating they're a practicing Muslim of good character and carry that on their person if anyone accuses them of being a non-Muslim

  17. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Crossing the Sahara Desert via motorcycle while wild-camping along the way

    Trekking the white and black deserts in Egypt

    Crossing Africa overland in a vehicle that is incredibly ill-equipped to do so (such as a city c ar)

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Crossing the Sahara Desert via motorcycle while wild-camping along the way
      >Trekking the white and black deserts in Egypt
      >Crossing Africa overland in a vehicle that is incredibly ill-equipped to do so (such as a city c ar)

      Sounds like you have death wish

  18. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    1) ride a camel
    2) eat a camel
    3) frick a camel

  19. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Frick my best friend's wife
    Impregnate a girl in a third world country. Block her. And then secretly stalk her social media and watch the kid grow up.
    Frick my best friend's daughter

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      so your best friend's wife is from a 3rd world country?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Impregnate a girl in a third world country. Block her. And then secretly stalk her social media and watch the kid grow up.
      I've nutted so much in flips where abortion is extremely frowned upon and can land you in jail, I'm pretty sure I have an entire basketball team ready at my command, complete with bench warmers.

  20. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    take a submarine ride to see the titanic

  21. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Visiting Titanic Ship wreck.

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