Building a life filled with family responsibilities, career fulfillment, societal philanthropy and adherence to faith makes for a great death bed resume but one major section might be missing.

Did you have fun along the way?

Most of us love the movies. Even the bad ones.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, Original Cinema Quad Poster – Movie Film Posters

As of this June, 2015 writing, it’s hard to believe the 1993 film, “The Crush”, starring Alicia Silverstone as the Lolita clone Darian Forrester who is a lot richer and possesses a lot more time and hormones on her hand than her 1962 predecessor, is over 20 years old.

New York Times super star reviewer in her own right, Janet Maslin describes one of my guilty pleasures with a snarl. “The Crush, which opened yesterday at neighborhood theaters, is for the most part grindingly predictable and mechanically played.”

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, Original Cinema Quad Poster – Movie Film Posters

Oh Janet lighten up. But it was so much fun! Those knowing mischievous smirks with her beautiful lips curled up by Alicia were priceless. James Mason’s character would be proud.

I cannot even imagine where I would be today were it not for that handful of friends who have given me a heart full of joy. Let’s face it; friends make life a lot more fun.…..Charles R. Swindoll

DWW’s blonde beauty, Timea S. seems to have found the right balance between the seriousness and the intensity of her wrestling, which vaulted her to DWW’s number one team and according to her bio, the ability to have some fun.

fciwomenswrestling.com photo, DWW article

fciwomenswrestling.com photo, DWW article

Timea displays bikinis of panache as she expresses that she loves taking photographs and being photographed.

Timea? I would love to photograph you.

Our blonde Euro Princess also enjoys Italian food, fresh fruit juice and Cognac.

She certainly is a character and her name was created by the Hungarian author Mór Jókai for a character in his novel ‘The Golden Man’ (1873). The name is apparently based on the Greek word euthymia meaning “good spirits, joy”.

No wonder our Wonder Woman is filled with joy and fun!

When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun. And when you have fun, you can do amazing things.…..Joe Namath

Life is balance though. Here are a few reviews regarding her matches.

Here against Luzia The Great

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fciwomenswrestling.com photo, DWW article

“German Mary returned to visit DWW in October 2000 after a five year absence to find a lot of highly motivated competition. After her Wrestling Island trip (DWW-174 – 182), sensational blonde Timea S decided to learn more holds and work out more. When she faced Lenka again the crowd took definite sides, chanting their girl’s name like a school fight. It’s electrifying. Both girls want nothing less than a convincing win.”

Another reviewer and fan of all things DWW beautiful had this to say as well, “This is a wrestling match filmed almost 10 years ago and it demonstrates the usual level of the average wrestlers of that time. Nevertheless, although their skills were just basic, they always tried hard and they had great bodies. Blonde Timea was probably the stronger woman but Ildiko had some good looking muscles, too. Such kind of wrestling looks pretty much like the wrestling between your untrained and inexperienced but determined girlfriends would likely look like. There is a clear winner in this match.”

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fciwomenswrestling.com photo, DWW article

As usual it’s time to travel. Let’s travel to Timea’s namesake country of Hungary and its capitol city.

Budapest is the capital and the largest city of Hungary, and one of the largest cities in the European Union. It is the country’s principal political, cultural, commercial, industrial, and transportation center, sometimes described as the primate city of Hungary. In 2011, according to the census, Budapest had 1.74 million inhabitants, down from its 1989 peak of 2.1 million due to suburbanization.

The Budapest Metropolitan Area is home to 3.3 million people. The city covers an area of 525 square kilometers (202.7 sq. mi). Budapest became a single city occupying both banks of the river Danube with the unification of Buda and Óbuda on the west bank, with Pest on the east bank on 17 November 1873.

All true. All good, but please STOP with the statistics.

The enjoyable site visitbudapest.travel echoes my sentiments. “Don’t stay stuck in a museum your whole vacation – there’s far too much fun to be had with the many activities that Budapest offers. Choose from cooking classes, unique tours, ice rinks and so much more. There are also many exciting ways to explore the city besides on your own two feet. Try sightseeing by helicopter, take a bike tour, or rent a Trabant, one of the most common vehicles in Hungary throughout the Communist era.”

For once I am so glad a tour site didn’t try to over sell us on the museum thing just like the media morality police try to get us to believe they only watch public television.

Timea wants us to have fun. What is fun about Budapest? It’s one of the greatest cities in the world.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

The respected information and news site theguardian.com wants to buy you a drink. “Budapest has long been one of Europe’s top party cities, with its famous ruin pubs and late-night bars where a pint, shot or glass of wine often costs less than a pound. Right now, the city is undergoing a craft beer revolution; not just bars devoted to ales but microbreweries opening across the country and a young generation of “Gypsy brewers” conjuring up new recipes at home, renting brewery space and creating intriguing beers. Prices remain very reasonable – £1-£1.50 for roughly a pint of draught – and the highlight of the year is Főzdefeszt, a three-day festival celebrating Hungarian beers and street food.”

We’re off to a good start. Now that we are in a good mood, what are a few other fun things to do?

The fun travel site thingstodobudapest.com takes us by the hand.

Relax and enjoy the fun baths and pools of Budapest: a big whirlpool in the outdoor pool of Szechenyi Baths will definitely put a smile on your face. Not to mention the fun slides and pools in the water theme parks (AquaWorld and the Water theme park in Mogyorod near the Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix race track), or the cool open air lido called Palatinus (with lots of green on the Margaret Island).

fciwomenswrestling.com photo, visitbudapest photo

fciwomenswrestling.com photo, visitbudapest photo

Take a fun ride in quirky vehicles: the nostalgic underground (M1 yellow metro line) stems from the 19th century and is fun and unusual. The ex-pioneer train in Budapest (now ‘Children’s Railway’) is both fun and relaxing. Odd communist vehicles are fun to try: take a ride in a cardboard car called Trabant, or any of the old fashioned prestige cars of the 1970s and 1980s behind the iron curtain (Wartburg, Lada, or the communist Smart car, the Fiat).

Fun Tours in Budapest: taking a wine tasting tour is a guaranteed fun, but there are more tours to cheer you up and challenge you: caving tours, communist tours, pub crawling tours, Budapest boat party, etc.

Fun Budapest Festivals: some want to see funny performances, enjoy Hungarian palinka, wine or beer, visit a yummy Chocolate Festival or the meat paradise Mangalitsa hairy pig fest, or immerse in the multicultural deep vein treatment of the übercool Sziget Festival – we all have an idea about what makes a holiday truly fun for us.

Music and Fun in Budapest: from toddlers through teens to mature adults, Budapest always has a lot to offer for those who love music and fun. Children concerts, karaoke parties, folk dance houses to get you to sing and move your leg too, metal, jazz, hiphop, goa, world music, indie rock, punk, opera? Budapest caters for all music styles for a thorough entertainment. Just figure out what music makes you feel exhilarated, or opens you up.

Fun things to Do in Budapest for Each Season:

Winter may be the gloomiest time everywhere in Europe, but winter can be fun too!

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fciwomenswrestling.com photo, visitbudapest photo

Ice skating in the City Park, getting a hot steaming bath in the open air at Szechenyi Baths, sleighing, enjoying the fun Budapest Christmas markets, or Hanukkah, popping the cork on New Year’s Eve at Budapest NYE Parties or on a special Budapest New Year’s Eve Cruise, steering the love sledge into a funny Valentine’s ride, enjoying winter festivals in Budapest makes freezy, chilly months in Budapest an unexpectedly great travel destination.”

Life is too short to not have fun; we are only here for a short time compared to the sun and the moon and all that.…..Coolio

Yes! I loved it and would love to go.

Thanks Timea.

When our DWW Maiden wrestled, she often wore a black outfit that beautifully complimented her shapely tanned body. She could be just as serious as the rest of the DWW Fem Competitors and clearly as talented but what I appreciated most about Timea…….

She knew how to have fun too.

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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling.com, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, https://femcompetitor.com, WB270.com, dwwgalaxy.com, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.

http://www.behindthename.com/name/ti10mea

http://visitbudapest.travel/activities/fun-things-to-do/

http://thingstodobudapest.com/fun-things-to-do-in-budapest/

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2015/jun/05/top-10-craft-beer-bars-budapest-hungary