Hobbies you have tried that just didn't work out and why (70)

1 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-07-01 03:19 ID:5mYnakXO

Creating electronic music - Not enough attention span to read manual, fucked around for about an hour in fruity loops and got fed up with it.

Standard Musical Instrument - Tried Keyboard and Recorder. I'm not coordinated musically also it didn't appeal to me for some reason.

Skateboarding/Surfboarding - Did this while a kid for sometime but got sick of fucking up my ankles and I wasn't that great. Also Surfboards are expensive.

Skydiving - Extremely fun but ~$200 for a jump if you have no equipment. Way too expensive.

Videogames - Only a few appeal to me, mostly puzzle games and there isn't a huge variety of them. I'm still experimenting with this one.

Graphic Design/Drawing/Art/Sculpture - I'm not creative. I've tried drawing and coming out with things and it usually ends up being either abstract shapes or it just sucks.

Photography - I'm not sure how good my digital camera is and I don't really have anything interesting to take pictures of.

Sports [ Baseball, Wrestling, Soccer/Football, Basketball ] - It's not enjoyable but a good way to get exercise and in shape (esp wrestling). Also not good at these.

Paintballing - Done a few times. Was OK but not entertaining enough to invest at least $500.

CCG (Collectable Card Games) - Played pokemon/magic as a kid but it just seems like a money scam/dick sizing contest.

Making Videos - Took a semester of video/film in HS and hated it. I do not enjoy drawing storyboards and I lack creativity also I don't have many actors/friends to be in the movie.

Drugs - Tried a huge variety of psychedelics both classical and experimental phenethylamines and tryptamines. Sampled opiods, stimulants. Eventually ended up in mental hospital for a month due to sleep depreciation + n,n-DMT. So now I just stick with the rare occassion of oxycodone, small amounts of cannabis, or methamphetamine. All which will not totally fuck my head.

So I'm left with watching films and television shows that I download online while listening to music. Sometimes researching various sociology/psychology topics and wasting a ton of time on imageboards or /b/. The problem with this is I have no social hobbies. Am I fucked? Y/N?

2 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-07-01 17:29 ID:XIMTDbWU

I tried Aikido for about a year or more. I eventually gave up because it was just too hard, and I couldn't learn it no matter how hard I tried, and I wasn't enjoying it. Martial arts really just aren't for me.

3 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-07-01 19:21 ID:lz6jhuBS

Art - Didn't have any skill and didn't want to learn how to improve.

Video Gaming - Basically the same thing as the OP.

Marital Arts - No discipline...Eventually I got pissed because everyone was better than I was so I gave up.

4 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-07-01 21:17 ID:v0iNL2We

> last paragraph Am I fucked? Y/N?

You sound somewhat like me. You don't need social hobbies, as long as you spend time with others, even just talking or sharing a meal. Most importantly with family.

I played video games like a drugged korean, but I put them all down and haven't touched a real game since last December. I don't know why.
As for other hobbies, no one has mentioned collections (coins, stamps, insects, other dull things). I tried to start collections in the past, but wasn't committed or interested enough.

5 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-07-11 21:07 ID:VXCNKrTx

Photography - Finding anything interesting to photograph was extremely hard for me. Also, I absolutely hate being photographed myself, so I just couldn't make myself take photos of other people.

Digital illustration - I couldn't concentrate on the big picture and ended up endlessly polishing irrelevant small details.

I play guitar and bass, and compose, record and listen to music. Also, I bicycle quite a bit, although I don't really consider it a hobby of mine per se. Also programming, which is my job, doubles as a major hobby.

6 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-07-13 04:34 ID:sJi+dtZ6

logic - realized it was best studied in the context of something practical such as math, programming or physics

programming - realized it was a tool for corporate technicians

math - realized the language is antiquated.

physics - realized it is based on math

linguistics - gaaaaaaaaaaaay

i currently do papercraft of pokemon and nge.

7 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-09-21 04:16 ID:du/NtxtI

Anything related to computer programming.

8 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-01 00:00 ID:I9JyGeBB

Art - Got bored of it after taking an art class where all the kids drew Dragonball Z characters.

9 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-02 15:08 ID:y5yZggHp

Computer, video, and conventional Games. Just about all games. For some reason though I still play, I've never built up any skill. So I really suck even after all this time. Still fun though, but frustrating.

10 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-03 07:13 ID:VvLmalok

Is compulsive masturbation a hobby?

11 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-03 11:18 ID:hl8ZUfZt

I put it in my cv

12 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-03 20:05 ID:Y5FzxM0n


I feel your pain. Years of gaming and I still can't get past the beginning of any game without concerted effort and steel resolve.

13 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-03 22:26 ID:v0iNL2We

Give up gaming.
All that wasted time could be better spent learning music, sports, social games, gambling, fighting, or building up an alcohol tolerance.
Fun hobbies that also happen to also be somewhat useful in everyday life.

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15 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-07 00:20 ID:CNi7HBQj

Who are you to decide that video gaming is a less legitimate hobby than all the others? Video gaming develops hand-eye coordination, reaction time, concentration, problem-solving skills, and communication/team skills. Get off your high horse.

16 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-07 18:27 ID:v0iNL2We

I decided for myself; that's all that matters.
I have the right to do so, and failed hobbies are what this thread is about.

> hand-eye coordination

Yes, that's why I can't catch a ball.

> reaction time

Granted, as far as pressing buttons goes.

> concentration

To the detriment of all else.

> problem-solving skills

If you want to solve your problems with bullets, L-Shaped blocks, or by casting Ultima, then yes.

> and communication/team skills.

Perhaps if you play Team Fortress clan matches.
For the most part, social skills suffer when not dealing face-to-face with people.

Most importantly I feel it's a waste of my time because it's not going to help me gain capital, gain a family, contribute to humanity or better myself/others. I won't die while regretting time I could have spent building something for myself besides a megalopolis in SimCity XVII.
Invest your own time however you want, I'm not going to judge.

17 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-09 22:39 ID:9kxXQGHS

I lol'd because everything you said is so true

18 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-09 22:39 ID:9kxXQGHS

behold the power of practicality vs. theory

19 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-10-10 15:09 ID:eGrkj3cR

Drawing - what to draw? Another furry? Happy days before I actually knew what furry is all about... Stoped abruptly after learning the truth :) Drawing anime style characters just isn't any fun to me anymore. Drawing anything else even less.

Skinning Windows XP. Seriously, who still does that? Any selfrespecting geek skins Linux systems.

Photography. No pretty ladies to tak photos of and the price of equpement keep me less than enthusiastic about it. Taking photos of bugs and flowers just isn't fun.

Writing a blog. After I learned about /b/ and *chans and discovering the back alleys of internet I really do not wish to contribute anything personal to interent that can be linked to my real identity. Other than work related stuff.

Music. EVERYBODY can do house music and other techno stuff these days. Have the talent but am easily bored with repetitive tump-tump.

So I lurk here for the time beeing and I also picked up an idea that it might not be a bad idea to lose those 10kg of fat I have - if that's a hobby?

20 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-11-26 04:28 ID:4POjy5aQ

Martial Arts - too much work

Programming - too boring

Playing the guitar - too much effort

Meditation - waste of time

21 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-11-26 05:34 ID:S2POPZ7Z

Sport - I ended up in a fat lazy lump
Model Railroad - My money ran out.. now its unfinished an standing in the basement
Piano - to difficult

22 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-11-26 07:05 ID:J20BJ6ol

Warhammer. Bought an army, painted it, discovered there was no one in my town to play with.

Piano, cello, violin. Schoolwork took priority.

Online roleplaying. Lost all creativity around the time I began playing MMORPGs.

23 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-11-26 09:59 ID:hAIA0iuK

Martial Arts - I'm too poor. Maybe when I'm wealthier.

Piano - My fingers are too short. I can't reach the notes!D:

Programming - I broke a monitor from smashing my head into it in frustration too much.

Sports - Wait, I actually tried this? Oh, wait, that's right, they gave me sticks in hockey, but if you hit people with them you keep getting fouls or something. Pass.

Jigsaw Puzzles - Actually, I liked these. Don't know why I stopped doing them, maybe because I didn't clean my room and ran out of floor to actually do them on.

24 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-12-09 08:43 ID:APQWa3Qt

Musical instruments - Recorder (Ha, Fourth grade), Violin (Twice!), Piano, Guitar. I still enjoy Violin, but I am merely mediocre and not devoted enough to really get into it.

Model building - Too obsessive for me. I can't fathom how people manage to build those damn things with parts smaller then half a pinky-nail size.

Airbrushing - Not enough time, although people have told me I have a good hand and make some interesting things - And christ, have you ever seen the price of decent paints? I stuck to dirt-cheap food coloring when I was practicing and playing around (And it makes clean-up a whole lot easier too, as a bonus)

Photography - Not enough money to really fly into it, be it for a DSLR body and lens set, or to constantly develop film for the Film SLR and Rangefinders I have.

Cooking - I can do it, but god, that much effort? I'll stick to frozen and canned food, thanks. I still enjoy breaking out the Wok for a nice stir-fry once or twice a month, though.

Chinese Tea - Not enough time, but you've never experienced tea until you've tried it the Chinese way. I would merrily spend many a day sipping tea and watching the leaves change colors and the snow flutter down, if I could simply sit for many an hour doing nothing.

Target Shooting - In the process of hitting that 'Not Working' point. So much fun. So expensive, even if you stick to Milsurps as I do. Oh sure, there's always .22lr which can be had for a cent and a half a round, but that's no fun - The real fun's at the full power rifle rounds, and the cheapest of those run at ~15 cents each (Might not sound like much, but consider that you're probably shooting off hundreds of them during an extended day at the range)

MMORPGs - Not. Enough. Time. They were great when I was a kid - I spent many, many an hour grinding away during High School in EQ1, but nowadays? The shudder at the thought of spending two hours /sitting and waiting for a rare spawn to get an even rarer drop.

25 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-12-10 11:59 ID:Heaven

Skatebording - I smoke

Drawing - I smoke

Knitting - I smoke

Smoking - Lung Cancer

26 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-12-16 22:38 ID:PeSBNBkm

Making Chainmail

It started good, and I made decent progress. But the repeated wrist twisting became too much. I think my wrists have been fucked ever since.

27 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-12-17 02:45 ID:kw3/wRWb

>>26 welcome to the rest of your life! I have the same problem, games and typing did mine in. I also have tennis-elbow from work. I'm only 24, if I live to be 55, FUCK. Hopefully they'll still have something to relieve pain then.

28 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-12-17 11:56 ID:FC1ZJjcC

Don't worry son, morphine will still be around.

29 Name: sageman : 2007-12-18 12:18 ID:Heaven


30 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-12-19 09:52 ID:Heaven

Sounds even better.

31 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-12-19 15:05 ID:JdsDFbew

magic card tricks:
just lost interest. plus i'm not much of a showman.

drawing comics:
i just stopped drawing after primary school. i have/had talent though.

lifting weights/going to the gym:
to put it bluntly, no discipline to carry on.

i was changing strings and the first string broke. never got around to replacing it.

32 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-12-22 23:34 ID:w2t/x3pZ

model gun : prohibited
motorcycle modification : banned by parents, and got sold T_T
motorcycle racing : see above
car modification : not enough fund
swimming : drought, if its not i'll still doing it
drink alcohol : not enough companion
smoke : i cant smoke, tried multiple time and failed all the time
music : no musical sense
skateboard : cracked my leg, dont want to do it anymore
surfing : no waves
martial arts : lost interest somewhere

33 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-12-30 20:46 ID:qfcCse07

Guitar = Broke a string and broke the replacement, so I gave up.
Watercolour = Inability to cover up mistakes annoyed me.
Electronic Music = Too many buttons, so I gave up :<

The only new thing thats panned out is 3d modelling.

34 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-01-13 14:46 ID:A1cNUCMT

maaaaaaan, I'm 20 and I have the same problems. Both my wrists sometimes go very weak that I can't grasp anything. That's actually the reason I quit learning bass guitar.

t-shirt designing / printing - don't have anyone that share the same interest so I quit

35 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-01-14 12:10 ID:Heaven


> Both my wrists sometimes go very weak that I can't grasp anything.

Dude, what do you do when you want to beat off? Just finish really quickly?

36 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-01-29 22:10 ID:rQderQVv


37 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-02-11 19:59 ID:Heaven

Swing dancing: I had a pretty good thing going until all the dance nights in my area got cancelled.

38 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-01 17:32 ID:w3gDUj21

Uhh. MMORPGs, I guess. I've been for ~1 year without them and have started actually investing time in other hobbies.

39 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-02 03:58 ID:9xDr4494

Being social

40 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-07 07:52 ID:4sEk+etU


Me: Being normal/social
Well you can guess why that failed.

41 Name: Chou : 2008-03-09 08:30 ID:rOchPoVh

Playing the guitar, I could never get it in tune, with or without the help of teh interwebs ^^;

42 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-13 18:18 ID:mtn+8PsV

You people suck. You gave up on things and then posted about them on the internet.

Personally, the only hobbies I "gave up" on were due to not having enough time. Most of them I re-pick up from time to time, but doing so little and only every now and then doesn't help me improve them much.

For hobbies, you need to face them with a Naruto/DBZ/YuuYuu hakusho/Yakitate Japan/Beck sort of passion. Like "I'll practice for 25 hours everyday, an I will get stronger than you!"

43 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-13 23:42 ID:ygxIGHai

I feel driving motorcycles is fun, so I think that's my hobby.
I ride my motorcycle about 25 minutes for a month, only sunny, warm day.

I think it's OK, because I feel it is fun.

44 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-18 19:37 ID:Heaven

The hobby I gave up was making fun of people like >>42

45 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-19 11:16 ID:IqEmDdLN

OP - you sound way too lazy. Too lazy to do drugs? Come on.
Only hobby I've ever give up on was the Violin.
I already play guitar and bass, but the £30 Violin I bought was so shit it couldn't stay in tune for more than 5 minutes at a time. Took about half an hour to re-tune it. So getting half an hour's practice often took me half the day. Fuck that.

My other current hobbies include guitar (as mentioned), making electronic music, /b/, (shit yeah - that reminds me - I gave up on browsing the British site b3ta 'cos I discovered /b/ and realised b3ta was no longer funny 'cos it's "too tame"), weed, mountain biking, art, photography, bitches, and masturbation. LOL!!!11one

You fuckers need to get motivated.

46 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-20 09:04 ID:Heaven

I just tried getting close to a girl. I ended up hurting myself by all the possible things she could have been holding against me instead of how she probably really felt. It's the third day I've hung out with her, but I already know that I'll never be successful with a girl. It's Asperger's, seriously. I've always been terrible with real people.

So, I'm going to stop trying to become happy by external means.

47 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-21 02:57 ID:91NQ0j60

that's not a hobby. gb2/love/

48 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-21 12:55 ID:Heaven

Agreed. Getting with girls is only a hobby if you are a PUA.

49 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-21 16:24 ID:Heaven

Or a serial killer.

50 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-22 13:27 ID:Heaven

>>42 What you describe is the real why most shounen manga sucks. With the exception of a few gems (like Gintama) they're all the same fucking story just with different settings.

51 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-23 11:28 ID:rV9Kt2aM

Such are my hobbies.

Soccer- I never had much passion for it, but the ability to show off my superior fitness to my nerdy group of friends was a big plus. As I progressed in the soccer level skills, people got more arrogant and less intelligent, so I gave up. I still have very good stamina from all my days running on the field, which is a plus.

Martial Arts- Was sort of like soccer. The only thing keeping me going was the knowledge that I was better than those which did not do martial arts, however, I was struck with being very inferior compared to those that do. It was pretty nasty to have to painfully stretch until I could do the splits, or do a 180 degree scissor kick in order to get anywhere in the upper belts. Also conflicted with my studies, so I quite. Someday I might take it up again, when I have more spare time.

Music- An on/off thing. Im not that good at it, and lack any good skills like hearing notes by ear, reading sheet music and composing. I pretty much play songs through muscle memory, a bad habit.

MMORPGS- Got sick of grinding to the detriment of my studies. I now browse iamgeboards and forums and watch anime instead.

52 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-03-25 17:46 ID:AaRoBeZk

MMORPG's- Ran out of money, it was fun tho, untill peoole would give you shit for wanting to leave after 9 hours. I have shit to do, sorry, find another mage bitch tits.

General gaming- It was ok, but my husband hogs the system.

Tropical aquariums - I really enjoyed this and had up to 6 tanks running at one time. Unfortunatly I had to move for college so thay had to go. I did get a pair of ryukin goldfish since the move tho, tropicals were a piece of cake compared to these guys XD

53 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-04-17 23:43 ID:xsuD6ss0

Masturbating - I'm married now.

54 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-04-18 00:37 ID:fYIPTqC+

Nobody likes a quitter.

55 Name: bookee : 2008-05-27 07:50 ID:GdGGmjvp

Art, definitely. When I was a kid, I wanted to draw, I loved to draw. But then I saw how weird my drawings looked like, and I never wanted to draw again.

56 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-05-28 23:08 ID:Heaven

Easy now, he obviously hasn't been married very long.

57 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-05-28 23:27 ID:rH1qVF6I

Owning a pet rock.

About a year ago, I decided I wanted a pet rock. I made it a house and everything. Then I got very bored of it (as you can imagine).
Worst hobby ever.

I also tried to learn the violin, but i got bored of repetitive songs. I'd probably have enjoyed learning if I'd found anime sheet music for the violin, for example someone gave me sheet music for guilty sky.. I would have loved to learn to play that. Unfortunately, my violin is now way too small and out of tune.

58 Name: PK : 2008-05-29 02:38 ID:Q0fTwWCY

Skateboarding: Car + Pedestrian = disaster

Bass guitar: I ended up reverting back to electric guitar

59 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-06-08 21:42 ID:p9VHp8Tv

Fencing: It was way back in middle school and now restarting takes money. Pantloads.

Cello: No musical aptitude, and no beginners classes were available at the time. I had to try and keep up with Intermediate/Advanced students within a few weeks, and it took almost a month before someone noticed I wasn't holding my instrument right.

Sewing: Nowhere to learn.

Dancing: No coordination.

60 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2009-08-21 03:21 ID:3wYmUCTp

musical instruments: I suck so bad at it!

drawing: I'm fairly good at it, but lost interest after middle school. Also, I can't really think of what to draw.

books: As I get older, I get less attention span for it.

sewing: I really try hard, but I'm too clumsy and stuff I sew comes undone at the hems.

gardening: Everything I try to plant dies no matter what.

61 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2009-08-21 05:18 ID:Z/RGoIf/

>>60 aww, poor plants :3

when i was a kid i used to collect candy papers and chewing gum stickers and then these note papers that had some light pictures on them... dropped it as i grew out.

Drawing - done few things only, not enough motivation to draw nowadays.

can knit and such - but do it only rarely, if i really desire doing something, im not thinking of it as a hobby.

gym and sports - its prolly not a hobby, but a lifestyle instead :)

62 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2009-08-22 03:20 ID:F01TZ74/

>>60 I'm with you on planting. Why does everything I touch die? I even killed a lucky bamboo. I didn't realize its roots had gotten so big...>_>

Crocheting - I'm trying to make a scarf for myself, but somehow I started off really wide, and then it got thinner and thinner, and now it looks like a triangle...

Keyboard - My keyboard's AC adapter went missing, and I also rarely ever practice. I also have tiny hands, so it's really difficult for me to play in the first place.

Running - I have no stamina whatsoever when it comes to running, and my knees start to hurt after a while, as well as my ears. Actually, my whole body hurts...I hate running.D:

Martial Arts - Classes are so expensive! I had to quit once I reached yellow belt because I couldn't afford the equipment. It sucked, because I supposedly had talent, too.

63 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2009-08-22 05:25 ID:RaIfy95S

Drawing - Lost motivation and felt tired whenever I started. My drawings looked dumb and I felt like I was getting nowhere fast.

64 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2009-08-30 02:03 ID:mF4miLnw

Drawing: While I still occasionally draw something, I'm not that good. Although I'm significantly better than when I first started about 3 years ago. Its still crappy weaboo art so meh. It passes the time and I enjoy doing it.

Gym: Just don't have time. I used to go to the campus's gym between classes, but now as soon as class ends I go to work. Just recently I've started doing push-ups, sit-ups, etc in my spare time.

Programming: Too technical, I understood basic, but other languages are way above my head.

Papercraft: I have large hands which makes it harder to fold those smaller pieces.

Videogames: I'll play the occasional video game, and it might take me a week to finish it, and then it'll be at least a month before I play another one. They are fun, but the feeling only lasts so much as the game is interesting and isn't frustrating. I'm definitely a casual gamer.

Bookreading: I can spend hours reading forums, but I just can't get myself to read a physical book. Typically takes a month or so to finish a 200-page book.

Writing: I have so many ideas that seem cool to me in my head, but I can't seem to transfer it to paper without losing everything.

Blogging: Why would anyone give a shit about my life and/or opinions?

65 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2009-09-02 18:26 ID:VnT4f8du

I'm a NEET so I can't say I've given up on any hobbies yet, since I still practice every one of them, at least once in a while. Maybe the piano, since my parents tried making me learn it when I was like 10, but I never really got interested. Oh I guess also console video games, since I haven't had money to buy new ones for a long while.

66 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2009-09-25 03:57 ID:S9i4piVQ

warhammer is FUCKOFF expensive, that is all.
I plan on selling my stuff eventually in case I need an extra grand out of nowhere

67 Name: Benni : 2009-10-16 10:20 ID:jRkEolIW

Draw Manga/Cartoon Stuff - didnt work for me, my drawings are pain in the ass

68 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2009-10-17 00:45 ID:Heaven

Drawing - I still do it, but I'm on the verge of giving up. I really don't have the patience to spend more than a hour working on one picture anymore.

Collections - No cash.

Sports [Tennis] - I'd love to get back into it, but I have no one to play against...

69 Name: dickbutt : 2009-10-20 19:00 ID:b9HneuP3

Drawing: I can't draw for shit, although if I were drawing furry porn I guess that wouldn't matter.

Photography: There's nothing I could photograph that everyone hasn't already seen, except for my naked body.

Gaming: No matter what game I play, if I get to one part that is too difficult, I stop playing for years, I even did the same thing with pokemon red/blue.

Programming: Still do it once in a blue moon if I get really bored, but then I'll get even more bored and stop.

Web Design: nobody needs a web designer any more.

Chat Rooms: Stopped doing chat rooms because fuck that.

Electronics: I'm far too retarded to remember everything I need to build my own circuits.


Masturbation: Time will tell...

Religion: I already found Jesus, now it's my turn to hide.

Models: Way too boring.

Poetry: Stopped freshmen year of highschool, because I realized that my poetry was nothing but teenage angst.

Flash Animation: Stopped almost as soon as I started.

The only thing I'm not entirely sick of yet is browsing image boards, but it's getting really old really fast.

70 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2009-11-12 14:28 ID:5BB6NhNB

I'm sick of imageboards and forums, but I can't find anything else.

I could play piano, write, draw or do electronics.

I've given up on martial arts and sports.

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