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    Gym and jumping out with friends I do but is there anything else, I get so bored and Im starting to browse the web far more then I should...
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    (Original post by Zeroic)
    Gym and jumping out with friends I do but is there anything else, I get so bored and Im starting to browse the web far more then I should...
    Learn an instrument, binge watch fargo, make friends on TSR, REVISE!
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    Masturbation. Great long term hobby, and its usually free.
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    You should try jumping into oceans from cliffs. I did it Cornwall and it was exhilarating. :nutcase:
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    perhaps browsing the internet is a hobby
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    Invest in a dart board or try playing pool/snooker. They're great and make throwing things or hitting things so much fun. Plus darts helps with your accuracy and trejectory, which is useful for maths (not that you're going to work it out) and physics. Additionally, darts is multi-purpose. Think of all them poor souls you can throw knives at and hit with certain accuracy all the more fun for eliminating possible threats.
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    Masturbation. Great long term hobby, and its usually free.
    Loooooool youve got a follower!
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    Listening to music, stargazing, playing a new sport, reading about topics you find interesting, writing stories or poetry, photography, cooking, gardening
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    watch curb your enthusiasm, play an instrument, do a martial art, do archery, cycling
 
 
 
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