So as I’m starting to get a bit better, it’s made me start to think about the things I want to do with my life and the things I want to achieve. To be honest, there’s not much that I would say no to and it was quite difficult to compile this list as I’m definitely more of a ‘try everything once’ kind of person. I had a look at some bucket lists online and ended up weeding out these things. This isn’t to say I would flat out deny all of these things of course (some I definitely would) but these would for sure currently be the complete top of my anti-bucket list.
No thank you. Anything but bungee jumping. I’d love to go sky diving, caving, zip wiring etc. but bungee jumping gets a big fat no from me. Why would you want to bounce back up?! And what if the impact of it jolted your body and really hurt you? Imagine the headrush you’d get aswell, it kind of all just makes me feel a bit ill.
I’m sorry, I hate running. I always have and I always will. I’m happy to give the treadmill a go but I honestly refuse to even run for the bus. True story. There are plenty of other sports that I really enjoy so that’s fine but I’ve never got the appeal of running. A marathon would be awful, a long distance run surrounded by tons of people with cameras (anxiety alert) whilst you’re dripping with sweat and panting like a dog? Not for me.
I grouped these two together as they’re both literally my idea of hell and probably the most important on my anti-bucket list. L plates, blow up willies, a stripper and feather boas? I don’t want to sound like a bore but even the idea of it makes my chest feel tight. I just don’t really like ‘partying’ in the sense of the word. I love hanging out with my friends and dancing and having fun but I’m not a fan of binge drinking, drugs or some of the atmospheres I’ve experienced in clubs at all. I would flat out refuse to do either of these. (Not dragging anyone who does enjoy these, do your thing, just personally really not for me!)
Although absolutely tiny, my favourite car has always been a Nissan Figaro. I looked into getting one when I first passed my test but they weren’t reliable enough or within my tiny budget. As lovely as they are, a big fancy/flash car has never been a priority for me. If I had a lot of money to burn then it might be an option but you won’t catch me saving or missing out on other things for one. As long as a car isn’t super gross and it works, I’ll happily drive it.
It actually really surprises me that this was on a “popular” bucket list site. I don’t think anyone I directly know would like to go on a reality show, definitely not enough to apply/put it on their bucket list. The idea of never having any privacy or any real time alone really freaks me out as well as being stuck with the same people in close proximity for weeks.
I’m sorry, I just find it really quite boring and samey. Is there really much difference between a Tiffany ring and a Pandora ring? I’m much more into quirky jewellery and have always lusted after jewellery from places like The Great Frog, Bloody Mary Metal and the goddess that is Tessa Metcalfe. Sometimes I think with huge designer brands, you’re paying for the name not for the actual product. I mean, I wouldn’t refuse Tiffany jewellery but it’s definitely boring enough to me to be on my anti-bucket list.
I just don’t see what is fun about golf whatsoever, I get bored going around a crazy golf course and that’s with minimal holes and all these things to entertain you. I’m not and never have been good at aim and I’m not a patient person either so it really isn’t the sport for me. There’s no way I could make it around a whole 18 holes without going a bit insane.
What would be on your anti-bucket list?