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    So the summer holidays have arrived for me but instead of wandering around or sitting at home doing nothing or *ahem* wasting days on TSR I want to learn a skill or a sport or how to hula.

    Suggestions people. The more random the better!
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    Learn a language.
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    Teach your cat how to yodle xD!
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    www.gokgs.com/applet.jsp
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    NO! Learn how to make crop circles!
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    I'm learning Greek and Hebrew, and I also have a house full of French people until September - so languages languages languages for me :erm:
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    I am
    - Hitting the gym every other day
    - Going for runs every other day
    - Learning C#
    - Learning FP1/FP2/M2/S2 (maths)
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    I'm just reading during the nights. During the day i'm sadly doing nothing.
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    Learn a language or go fitness crazy ... or both :ninja:
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    read a really good book and daily exercise.
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    Make yourself look pretty (not that you need to).

    Learn German. I'm sure someone who speaks German can't be an evil person.
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    get a pet rat and tame it/teach it cool tricks
    learn the ukelele/ocarina
    invent and make your own version of monopoly
    write a book of short stories which all the share the same theme and self-publish it on lulu.com
    make your own film with a rubbish camera, like the blair witch project
    walk, and keep walking until you're lost. then try to find your way back home. you'll learn more about your area i did this once and found some random field with about 40 scarecrows in it
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    I'm learning how to play guitar
    Also need to read 4 books for German, 3 novels for History, 3 for English, a large selection of poetry and a lot of History textbooks
    On top of that, I'm having a classic film summer. I want to see all the classic films like Casablanca and Gone With the Wind. Maybe a few classic German ones too.

    It's going to be busy!
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    (Original post by rachellg)
    get a pet rat and tame it/teach it cool tricks
    learn the ukelele/ocarina
    invent and make your own version of monopoly
    write a book of short stories which all the share the same theme and self-publish it on lulu.com
    make your own film with a rubbish camera, like the blair witch project
    walk, and keep walking until you're lost. then try to find your way back home. you'll learn more about your area i did this once and found some random field with about 40 scarecrows in it
    :awesome:
    Why not learn the art of making money, and apply it! :rolleyes:
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    Pole-dancing?

    You get the workout and the potentially handy skill. Looks like fun, too. :yep:

    PS: I'm not implying you become a stripper btw.
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    (Original post by chigz32)
    Teach your cat how to yodle xD!
    I did that.
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    (Original post by Magnum Opus)
    I'm learning Greek and Hebrew, and I also have a house full of French people until September - so languages languages languages for me :erm:
    Ouch...Greek and Hebrew are completely different alphabets. Good luck with that
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    (Original post by myheadsbeenspinning)
    Pole-dancing?

    You get the workout and the potentially handy skill. Looks like fun, too. :yep:

    PS: I'm not implying you become a stripper btw.
    Potentially...if your short of cash?
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    (Original post by Moe Lester)
    Potentially...if your short of cash?
    Meaning you never know when you might find yourself with a guy you like, a pole and some music. :p:
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    (Original post by Moe Lester)
    Potentially...if your short of cash?
    Might just want to 'impress' someone! :dancing:
 
 
 
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