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    Hi! so I used to be really into ice skating as a kid, but quit as you do.
    Now I'm craving a new hobby and miss skating the most out of all my "childhood endevours" (ice-skating, climbing, karate, etc.) so was looking into starting lessons again as an adult.

    I live Sheffield and have found the local centre provides 6-week block lessons for Adult Beginners on a Monday evening. But all of my friends have no interest in skating, or find the lessons to be too expensive, so I'd have to go on my own.

    I'm a bit of a paranoid person so have now gone off on a tangent that it's something I'd need a friend for?
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    No way, go for it!
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    (Original post by wisegreenlocket)
    Hi! so I used to be really into ice skating as a kid, but quit as you do.
    Now I'm craving a new hobby and miss skating the most out of all my "childhood endevours" (ice-skating, climbing, karate, etc.) so was looking into starting lessons again as an adult.

    I live Sheffield and have found the local centre provides 6-week block lessons for Adult Beginners on a Monday evening. But all of my friends have no interest in skating, or find the lessons to be too expensive, so I'd have to go on my own.

    I'm a bit of a paranoid person so have now gone off on a tangent that it's something I'd need a friend for?
    it's not necessary to have friends for these kinds of things but it's nice too.....
    paranoid? what about? needing a friend? but who needs friends when you're enjoying yourself?
 
 
 

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