trade786 — 2006-12-10T09:58:32-05:00 — #1
Let's know a bit of ourselves, a simple enquiry, please be honest in your answer.
We start like this:--
"What's your favorite Pastime?"
For me, it's internet surfing.
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bpartch — 2006-12-10T10:44:36-05:00 — #2
datura — 2006-12-10T11:05:19-05:00 — #3
Doing something creative, that might be using Photoshop, painting and drawing in the physical world, gardening (which I can do year round in Florida), baking and cooking. I also love writing little stories and illustrating them. Making pretty cards for my friends and often learning new things in a wide field of interests. I sure would love to have 100 hours every day -- Datura :nod:
grayzag — 2006-12-10T14:57:30-05:00 — #4
I have a few things:
iii) Return To Castle Wolfenstein (a classic)
hawk — 2006-12-10T17:11:07-05:00 — #5
xxjoyfulxx — 2006-12-10T17:55:25-05:00 — #6
Reading, Going to the movies, Concerts, Going out to eat.
php_daemon — 2006-12-10T18:03:09-05:00 — #7
Playing basketball, it's been a while though Playing some PC games. Also lately I'm getting into reading philosophy a little bit... Oh and watching a game on TV, having some beer -- that's cool too.
devbanana — 2006-12-11T06:37:58-05:00 — #8
Listening to music. I listen to it practically all day long, either in the background to relax, or right up front and loud to enjoy it if nothing else is going on. I even have it playing while I'm doing homework, that way I can't hear the TV and get distracted, and I can actually concentrate better.
This is just a recent development, though, which is weird. I used to rarely listen to music, except for playing classical music on the piano and sometimes every so often listening to it.
ITunes reports 5:15:50 worth of music (48 songs). Should be improving that soon.
spikez — 2006-12-11T09:10:58-05:00 — #9
3/ guitar- blues/ rock
raffles — 2006-12-11T11:51:48-05:00 — #10
- Surfing (waves, in the sea)
- Watching gripping TV series like 24 and Prison Break
[Not necessarily in the order given]
linkin99 — 2006-12-11T12:43:54-05:00 — #11
If I had more time and money, than 3d art is all I would do. That and running.
fluxads_com — 2006-12-11T17:25:05-05:00 — #12
bbolte — 2006-12-11T17:29:36-05:00 — #13
outdoors type of sports: camping, hunting, hiking, fishing, etc
pc gaming: UT, C & C...
mmj — 2006-12-11T21:02:04-05:00 — #14
:drink:, , , :lman:, :badpc:
docquesting — 2006-12-11T22:22:38-05:00 — #15
Get a mac dude ^. If meant otherwise Docquesting runs to the phone to call the FBI.
Me? Web developing. Oh TV for relaxing my brain.
tyssen — 2006-12-11T22:29:41-05:00 — #16
I like to combine the two.
When I'm not doing that:
taking the dogs for a walk
going to the gym
kicking a football down the park
Things I used to do but haven't done for a while:
hawk — 2006-12-12T01:43:48-05:00 — #17
I tried it for awhile but people stopped inviting me to their parties, so now I keep 'em seperate.
shaun — 2006-12-12T08:23:15-05:00 — #18
Would love to see them.
shaun — 2006-12-12T08:28:06-05:00 — #19
My favourite past-time would probably be hiking.
My usual past-time is playing pool (the real-life kind, NOT the Yahoo kind).
Oh yeah, and well surfing the 'net and SitePoint obviously.
tyssen — 2006-12-12T16:52:10-05:00 — #20
Eh? I thought that's all you Kiwis did at parties.
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