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    Coming to write my personal statement I've realised how darn boring I am and I would definitely like to take on a new hobby which is preferably inexpensive, fun, and will help me to stay in shape :p:
    At first I was thinking of joining a gym but that can't be much fun and I'm assuming it isn't much of a place for socialising, and then there's the cost. Martial arts have always appealed to me or dance classes...but I'm too scared :o:
    What do you do? What should I do? :woo:

    Edit: I forgot, I also want to meet some new people
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    (Original post by missaphrodite)
    Coming to write my personal statement I've realised how darn boring I am and I would definitely like to take on a new hobby which is preferably inexpensive, fun, and will help me to stay in shape :p:
    At first I was thinking of joining a gym but that can't be much fun and I'm assuming it isn't much of a place for socialising, and then there's the cost. Martial arts have always appealed to me or dance classes...but I'm too scared :o:
    What do you do? What should I do? :woo:

    got artistic hands?
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    Just lie. You can say you play every instrument in the world and they wont ask you to demonstrate.
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    Playdough
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    Martial arts.I know one girl she is professional already.She started in 12-14 years or even earlier.So now at 22 she has broken nose,difformated fists and several scars.So if you meet her one day at international competitions that will be already your problem.
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    Litter detective
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    How about yoga? Pilates?
    I know there's a lot of stuff you can do artistically that involve exercising but nothing comes to mind right now.
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Porn Star.
    Is that a hobby? Maybe porn amateur, but not porn star.
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    TSR moderator. :ninja:
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    The first thing I thought was "masturbation," but on second thoughts, I'm fairly sure admissions tutors wouldn't appreciate it :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by missaphrodite)
    Coming to write my personal statement I've realised how darn boring I am and I would definitely like to take on a new hobby which is preferably inexpensive, fun, and will help me to stay in shape :p:
    At first I was thinking of joining a gym but that can't be much fun and I'm assuming it isn't much of a place for socialising, and then there's the cost. Martial arts have always appealed to me or dance classes...but I'm too scared :o:
    What do you do? What should I do? :woo:
    get a **** buddy

    I lift weights but if you don't wanna do that then don't i guess
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    Climbing is good fun

    Both rope climbing and bouldering (if your not to keen on heights lol)
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    guitar
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    (Original post by nicola778)
    guitar
    I started last week, just to beat holiday boredom syndrome :
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    Not everything you write has to be the truth
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    (Original post by Pickford)
    Just lie. You can say you play every instrument in the world and they wont ask you to demonstrate.
    Haha I'm not worried about it for my PS, I'm just bored and boring.
    But I can honestly play flute :p:
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    (Original post by missaphrodite)
    Coming to write my personal statement I've realised how darn boring I am and I would definitely like to take on a new hobby which is preferably inexpensive, fun, and will help me to stay in shape :p:
    At first I was thinking of joining a gym but that can't be much fun and I'm assuming it isn't much of a place for socialising, and then there's the cost. Martial arts have always appealed to me or dance classes...but I'm too scared :o:
    What do you do? What should I do? :woo:
    If your willing to scrap the physical side of the hobby, learning a programming language like Java or C is surprisingly fulfilling.

    Try PHP if your wanting something easier.
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    I do dancing-I started in November. I was sixteen just three weeks later. Hadn't danced since I was five.
    To specify moreso, I do cheerleading. But I enjoy it and though I'm not brilliant, I have improved greatly since then. Nothing made me prouder than the first time I (almost..) did the spilts :P
    Question whilst Im here- could I write this on my PS? Or do you think 'cheerleading' makes me sound like a typical airhead teenage girl?
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    (Original post by Emzzzz:)x)
    I do dancing-I started in November. I was sixteen just three weeks later. Hadn't danced since I was five.
    To specify moreso, I do cheerleading. But I enjoy it and though I'm not brilliant, I have improved greatly since then. Nothing made me prouder than the first time I (almost..) did the spilts :P
    Question whilst Im here- could I write this on my PS? Or do you think 'cheerleading' makes me sound like a typical airhead teenage girl?
    You could definitely write about that! It's a combination of dance, teamwork and gymnastics isn't it? And not so many people do it in the UK either.
    Incidentally, is it very physically challenging?
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    (Original post by missaphrodite)
    Haha I'm not worried about it for my PS, I'm just bored and boring.
    But I can honestly play flute :p:

    Haha I just realised how much I sounded like Adonis then- vain and veiny :p:
 
 
 
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