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Old 12-18-2009, 12:28 PM
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I play alot of online games. Like diablo 2 and wow. I go to college and hang out with friends. Other then that I don't have to many hobbies.
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Old 12-30-2009, 02:50 AM
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Reading (especially dark fantasy, fantasy and sci fi)
Anime
Video games
Photography (when I have access to the resources)
Movies
Theatre/Musicals
Listening to music
Writing/Blogging

and more

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Old 12-30-2009, 04:45 AM
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I read, a lot, of almost everything. Sci-fi, fantasy, history, science, cookbooks, biographies and anything that catches my eye.

I play RPGs, both table top and LOTRO.

I like to cook, but I love baking.

I crochet. In fact, I belong to a crocheting guild and have recruited others to join. No, I don't make sweaters. I make household goods, almost exclusively.

I like some TV. Cooking shows are probably my favorite. I have a not so secrete crush on Alton Brown. But it's okay, I think my very straight husband does as well. British sci-fi is also great.
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Old 12-30-2009, 04:54 AM
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Oooh, RPGs are my favorite video games and I used to play tabletop RPGs once upon a time.

British Sci Fi huh... might Doctor Who be included in that?

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Old 01-02-2010, 04:46 PM
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I am in the most funnest band in the universe (it says so on our business card).

I like to make websites. Lots and lots of websites.

I love writing and have written some really great books, short stories, poems, songs, etc.

I really enjoy listening to people. In college I used to go to the Non Traditional Student Lounge or the International Student Lounge and just listen to random strangers and coax their stories out of them. (learned a lot more than I ever could have from all those professors and projects)
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Old 01-03-2010, 08:48 PM
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reading - mainly online recently, and fanfic mostly

writing - i write erotica and fanfic

flirting - with my firends/loves and whomever else lets me get away with it

movies or tv shows - currently on a dr who/primeval/firefly kick and watchign one of those shows each night lately

playing WoW - on Ysera server, horde side lvl 80 DK

spending time with my loved ones whenever possible

listening to music when i can

going to ren fest when its that time of year
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Old 01-04-2010, 08:33 PM
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gardening,
reading,
cooking,
writing,
dancing,
learning and teaching practical feminist self-defence,
making mosaics,
talking and listening,
having sex (alone or with specially selected others),
swimming,
cycling,
watching movies,
listening to music,
trying new things,
walking,
flirting,
climbing trees,
exploring new places and ideas,
browsing charity shops and jumble sales,
daydreaming,
volunteering as a counsellor,
watching "soccer",
putting the world to rights in good company over cups of tea!

other things i love to do which i'm not sure i can call hobbies exactly:

almost anything involving time with my niece/nephew/dog/friends/lovers/sisters or a combination of said creatures.

hanging out by myself.

making or buying presents for people i love.

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Old 01-04-2010, 08:42 PM
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putting the world to rights in good company over cups of tea!
I have tried with only limited success, to convince those on this side of the pond of the miraculous powers of tea, not just for personal benefit, but also for solution of various problems of society....

Tell me - milk before or after pouring, or no milk at all?
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Old 01-04-2010, 08:54 PM
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the thing about milk comes from the days when tea was drunk from fine china cups, having been brewed from loose leaves in a pot. the china was so fragile that if you poured boiling-hot or just-boiled water into them without milk already in the cup they would crack or shatter with painful consequences. the rule "milk before tea" stuck around long after people stopped making tea that way, though, as it became a kind of etiquette or class-snobbery thing.

personally i rarely use a pot, and even more rarely do i use loose-leaves or fine china cups. on special ocassions, but very rarely.

i use teabags, and large (one pint if that makes anything to you?) mugs so its not such an issue. i prefer not to put the milk in for a good five minutes or so because i like the tea strong and once you add milk the teabag tends to stop giving out tea for some reason. also because i am impatient and it cools quicker if you wait before adding the milk.

i use oat or soya milk these days since developing lactose-intolerant irritable bowel syndrome, and no sugar. you?

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Old 01-04-2010, 08:57 PM
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apologies for the tangent there, i could talk about tea for weeks if i let myself

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