I'm just writing my 98th hub as we speak and am starting to think about my 100th hub! I'm at a loss as to the subject - any cool ideas??!!
smileyC, like your ideas with Guinness, what about An English Mans Journey to Ireland, what do you like about Ireland, I would love to see this perspective and I am sure many more would also...and hello
wrenfrost56: nice idea, but would be boring LOL - although I already have one HUb about me.
Skyfire: Just did the charity one, see comment about 'me' above - writing about the World - now there's an idea - such a huge subject....
Theirishobserver: now that's a cool idea - although another might be to chronicle my experience of meeting Irish people all around the world - there's an Irish pub everywhere you know!
Thanks for the ideas guys - gives me some food for thought!!!
LOL! Sorry I did'nt look first, I am sure it's not boring, I will check it out and have another think
LOL No Problem!
BTW I just added the 'About Me' and '50 things I want to do before I die' (My 50th hub) to my Profile so they are easy to find!
Now as I did a '50 things' hub for my 50th, I should do something like
"100 things you didn't know about SimeyC" hub for my Hundredth!
Finally thought of a theme - wrote about my favorite band...RUSH!!!! WOOHOO! Well that's the 100th one over with - now I can concentrate on making some money again! LOL
Your 100th hub should definitely be about how your journey through those previous 99 have been. And your journey on HubPages!
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