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  • icebreaker
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    ...And I actually hate driving too it gives me a headache.

    I'm 6'5, and I've got squish myself into a Honda. I don't get headaches, but just about everything else aches.

    As for hobbies, music (bass) is a favorite of mine, or cooking. Both require creativity, and both are great ways to relax.

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  • astcell
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    Originally posted by xXKelbaXx
    Currently I'm in that point of my life where I can drive and everyone else that can drive thinks it is "totally awsome!!!111"

    I really hate highschool just because it's so fake. And I actually hate driving too it gives me a headache.

    6th grade was really better than you thought it was.

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  • xXKelbaXx
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    Currently I'm in that point of my life where I can drive and everyone else that can drive thinks it is "totally awsome!!!111"

    I really hate highschool just because it's so fake. And I actually hate driving too it gives me a headache.

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  • Tao_of_pi
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    Originally posted by robman
    Then when you're old enough to drive you can move on to cars..... or home brewing hehe.
    He said he wasn't old enough to drink, he never said any thing about driving.

    Since i'm in high school right now computers are my hobby. Other then that I watch a lot of old movies, Most of my peers haven't seen movies like Casablanca and Seven Samurai because they pass them off as dumb and boring but if they are that then why are these movies considered some of the greatest films in all of cinema?

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  • robman
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    I'll tell you my summer hobby. I picked out of the shed my dad's old puch. (That's a brand for a moped) You sound young like me, so go looking for an old moped and fix that sucker up. Then when you're old enough to drive you can move on to cars..... or home brewing hehe.

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  • allentrace
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    Originally posted by che
    Here is where I get my stuff.. They have all you need to know, and all the ingreadents to get you going. Keep in mind there is no legal age to buy the kits, so if you are out on your own or the folks don't mind.. ;)
    Che I would be interested in trying some of your home brews. Across both ponds (Atlantic and Pacific) where the legal drinking age was somewhat less than the US's 21 I had the privilege to taste the best wine and beer 14 different countries offered and I always love to try homebrewed stuff because I feel that most beer companies nowadays lack pizaz or at least any truly original taste.

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  • bascule
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    Tie dying can be a fun and lucrative hobby

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  • noid
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    Well, just got the newest Lindsay Books catalog (www.lindsaybks.com) today. If you're looking for projects or hobbies, this is the catalog for it. I've built many a thing over the years with the help of these guys. I will be ordering my book on compost boxes tomorrow I think.

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  • Gadsden
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    Originally posted by xXKelbaXx
    Want to give me a tut for it? I'll keep it in mind for when I can do it
    Here is where I get my stuff.. They have all you need to know, and all the ingreadents to get you going. Keep in mind there is no legal age to buy the kits, so if you are out on your own or the folks don't mind.. ;)

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  • Abby_Normal
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    Originally posted by xXKelbaXx
    I need a new hobby since this summer is being pretty boring for me. I was going to go into robotics but it cost way too much, so I've decided to drop it. Haven't tried lockpicking but I will if I don't come up with anything. Can anyone say what their hobbies are or make any suggestions (Right now my computer controls my life , so preferabbly not computer related).
    May I suggest knitting? It teaches coodination, patience and math skills. Children who knit often do better in school, and it is said to be more relaxing than yoga. And you can even get your computer involved if you like.

    Also, it will help you meet chicks. All the guy knitters I know always have chicks coming up to them and starting conversations. All you have to do is sit in public and knit, and they come to you.

    Besides, it's fun, portable and can be done while watching tv.

    Oh, I also second the vote for auto repair, that's just good stuff to know.

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  • xXKelbaXx
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    Originally posted by che
    I would suggest homebrewing.. but you said you are a bit young. I would not want to encourage the young to take up a good habbit..
    Want to give me a tut for it? I'll keep it in mind for when I can do it

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  • Tao_of_pi
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    Originally posted by xXKelbaXx
    I've always had an interest in guns (Glock 20c is my favorite) but I'm not of legal age to own a gun.
    not legal age? everybody's of legal age on the internet.

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  • Gadsden
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    I would suggest homebrewing.. but you said you are a bit young. I would not want to encourage the young to take up a good habbit..

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  • Second
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    Originally posted by xXKelbaXx
    I'm a fan of baseball =P

    Too bad I suck at it
    Only a select few are naturally good at something as soon as they start. It doesn't matter if you suck, practice, and you'll get better, just like at anything. Staying physically active is good for you in both the short term and the long term.

    :)

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  • xXKelbaXx
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    Originally posted by Second
    Play sports...football is a good one.
    I'm a fan of baseball =P

    Too bad I suck at it

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