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wtf hobbies u have?

OrLevitate

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Rook

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-Video Games
-Chess
-Baking
-Assorted Internets
-Thinking

Also drinking a lager in the dark at 2:42 am.
Which I am doing now.

WTF hobbies you have??
 

ddspada

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Origami, chess (though I'm not very good yet), smoking tobacco in most of its forms, weightlifting, playing the guitar and the piano, card games, tarot games, calligraphy and typography, reading.
 

Nick

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hobbies require money, time and good will.
Can you plz give me all 3 thx.
 

OrLevitate

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No1 makez their own hobbiez?
 

Polaris

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I just realised I don't have a hobby :/

I used to paint and draw quite a lot, but since I started studying, I haven't really had much creative energy. All my effort goes into learning which is kind of a hobby in itself, although I don't enjoy the pressure and deadlines.

Like Boobz I used to climb rocks when I wasn't busy analysing their mineral structure, or origin. I really like to go cross-country skiing, but it is obviously difficult in Australia. I like walking in the bush, I enjoy camping and studying nature and animals. Pretty much what I have done all my life, so I wouldn't call it a hobby, more just what I am, or what I always have been drawn to. Because I have these interests, I have never really felt like I needed a hobby.

I started learning the violin for a while and that was great, but the lessons cost too much and I didn't have enough time to practice. I have decided to learn to play Banjo after I finish my studies this year, because not having a creative outlet does affect my sense of calm.
 

Grayman

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Pretend to be like everyone else
Write on forums
Pretend to be a human
Write programs
Pretend to be a husband
Read books
Pretend to be INTP
 

durd141

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Fixing things
Riding bmx's
Riding skateboards
Video games
Drawing 'letters'
Listening to music
Thinking
Lurking about at night
Internet
Engineering
Building computers

And anything else that I find interesting and want to try.
 

cakepurge51

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- Going to hardcore punk/punk rock shows. Sometimes old school screamo/mathrocky skramz shit
- Drumming
- Skating
- Learning about the human anatomy
- Training to become a piercing apprentice
- Online mmorpg gaming
- Discovering, exploring (both online and outside)
- Reading up on Philosophy, different genres of music, Politics and Religion (and debating why they shouldn't be mixed together)
- and damn, I can make a good cup of joe.
 

Jennywocky

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- Writing (journal entries, stories)
- Playing and composing music
- Drawing + Photoshop art
- Reading fiction + comics
- Reading non-fiction (full topic range - science, history, religion, paranormal, etc.)
- Watching and reviewing movies / TV shows
- Playing computer games / MMOs
- Playing RPGs (RL and online tabletop)
- Moderating online forums
- Hiking

Things I'd like to do:
- Travel
- Climb really big things
- Play in a band
- Shoot a gun (I plan to take lessons soon, just for kicks)
 

Architect

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I just realised I don't have a hobby :/
Good for you. Let's form a club of INTP's who don't have hobbies, or don't have many.

I used to have lots, photography, music, writing, reading, art, various forms of industrial food production (artisan bread, I learned to make tofu in Japan, etc), hiking so on and so forth. Now I just have computer related hobbies (programming, hacking, surfing, games) and music (playing a grand piano and listening). And I barely do music.
 

Direwolf

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Soccer, climbing things ( dont care what ), video games, running, chess, mind games are always fun, learning cello and archery
 

Happy

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My main hobby (designing buildings) is also my full time job.
Outside of that:
- cooking
- scuba diving
- yacht racing
- guitaring
- computering
- coffeeing
- misc designing
- weightlifting
- fishing
- video gaming
- boozing

And on the more obscure end of the spectrum, I play a social game called Werewolf.

For about 2 months a year, I obsessively try to learn a new language and then get bored of it and forget everything.

Then when I've got a bit of downtime, I visit this forum, but that doesn't happen often...

When I've figured out how the whole 'saving money' thing works, I intend to put travel back on that list, but until then, I'm just going to remain poor.

:elephant:
 

Double_V

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Currently a bit hobbyless. I am rather artistic. I like photography. In the past I have fallen into large blocks of time of sewing, freestyle, and I might again soon. Stained glass, also in in and out in blocks of time.

Genealogy pretty steadily. I'm an excellent skip trace, I've bought a lot of property that way.

Chess. Singing, tho I really don't have anyplace/reason to do it.

Weights, body sculpt and I need to return to doing something physical, thinking of stretching and walking to start - tho I know it will bore me.

I grow about 400 hosta. I'm thinking about turning a barn into a house.

I'm an advocate for Epilepsy. I'm not sure I'd call it a hobby, it's more of an obligation. 1) My son has a world class case of it. 2) Most people who are speaking out about it are uninformed/incompetent and are glory seekers. 3) I am behind the scenes offering data and statistics and the science of it. 4) I don't enjoy it but since I have the knowledge I must.

I LOVE dogs, and other animals. Right now I have more than I enjoy, but at least they aren't homeless.

When I was younger I did like to write, it seems that ability is done. Reading anything historical or detective/mystery is good.

I mow a vast amount of lawn/acres with a zero turn. This year I cut patterns into including crop circles. I was a big hit. Next year I was wondering if I do celtic knots.
 

Reality is Optional

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Uhh...
-Playing my instruments (flute, piano, saxophone, etc.)
-Arranging film scores
-Reading anything and everything
-Arguing
-Theater
-Riding Horses
-Soccer
-Internet
-Contemplating and analyzing anything and everything
-Brooding
-Watching things of interest
-Observing SJs, NFs, and SPs in their natural habitats
.....aaaaand that's all I can think of at the moment....
 

Humbug

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-rock climbing
-yoga
-National Geographic magazines
- Movies and TV shows
-My cat
- My parents made me play the violin from age 3-18. I can't say I've ever truly enjoyed it, but I've wasted enough if my life practicing it, so I do gigs sometimes for good money.
-Theres a book by Charles C. Mann called 1493. It's an amazing book and everyone should read it.
- I like to keep my bookshelf organized. I stack the books vertically instead of horizontally in order to fit more. I've changed the actual order of books over the years.
 

Nebulous

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Currently:
- scrolling through this forum looking for semi intellectual time passage
- checking the stats on my wordpress blog and wanting to write some actual quality niche stuff, like character analysis typing in philosophical standpoints and such? I'd like the purpose of my blog to be a great informative resource
- lying on bed half sleeping
- lying on bed daydreaming
- lying on chair on iPad
- dying
- thinking about dead animals
- talking to the squirrel who visits me sometimes (in spirit)
- thinking about various characters, lately Xena, Clarice Starling, Hannibal, Will Graham, Alana Bloom, Winston the dog,..etc
- daydreaming
-tapping my foot
- I pluck at my ukulele every now and then, it's fun
- gotta guitar more I still suck
- listen to random metal stuff while tapping my foot, drawing, reading and or surfing the interweb
- thinking about my homework but not usually doing it
- being more disorganized than I think I am
- staring at bunny
- pet doggo
- scream
- art art
- want to pet bunny but I'm too lazy even tho-- f it brb
- petting bunny
- Miss Bun Bun McCashmere Her Excellency
- help me
 

Creeping Death

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Urban exploring
Indecent exposure
Cooking dank food
Disturbing the peace
Shooting things
Making shit up
 

Jason988

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Hobbies to relax in no particular order
1. Working out
2. Racing motorcycle on track days around road course
3. Snowboarding in winter time
4. Anything the kids want to do we always have fun
5. Odd hobby but I enjoy taking vacation by myself and getting a corvette or something faster to race around the city. Get a high end suite usually with 2-3 bedroom and marble floors. I did that in Orlando last time I was down there. Then I would work on some stuff for work and got to the pool. I had a great time. Got so much work done too
 

EditorOne

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Carpentry, writing, reading, Civil War living history.
 

EditorOne

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Have you ever been involved in reenactments?
Oh, sure, used to help organize some of the more hardcore ones, now just a participant in all kinds. Hardcore = heavy on actual history and period technology and skills. EG no air mattresses, coolers, Lost Cause myths, etc.

My blog on reenacting/living history. "How to" make it more realistic. As a card-carrying INTP, I am of course most interested in the processes and principles. :D
 
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