Help me choose a new hobby (102)

1 Name: Maredsous : 2006-04-29 07:07 ID:Wl7genXi

I just started to look at this site and decided this place might be a good place to ask a serious question with anonymity. I have a small problem. I'm 23 and my two main interests, video games and anime/manga, are started to become boring to me. After so much exposure, more than enough for a lifetime even, I think I should truly move on and look for something new.

I talked with some of my friends and a couple ideas sparked my interest. Here's a short list of ideas I have that I've liked so far:
Target shooting w/rifles
Beer brewing

I've thrown out hobbies like photography and music(anything related) due to general apathy. I'd like something that would keep me somewhat active (why archery and boxing are there), but would like something that can be truly affected by changes that I can make (why rifles and beer brewing are there). I tend to like the idea of messing around with something to make it better, which is why I liked playing some cRPGs and some racing games with tuning. I like beer and wine, but I'm not exactly sure I'd want to suffer through the experimentation of making my own. Boxing sounds fun, but would be tough to find space for the stand and bag. Rifle shooting sounds like the best option, but I don't have the money for what I want yet (I liked the feel of the Ruger Mini-14 which is ~$600).

I want some other ideas, but something that isn't related to anime or video games. I thought it might be possible to have all my bases covered if I asked as many people as possible. Thanks in advance.

2 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-04 12:45 ID:ZdJJDGfv

card tricks are always great fun

3 Name: dmpk2k!hinhT6kz2E : 2006-05-05 13:30 ID:Heaven

Maybe you should pick two hobbies: one requiring a lot of exertion, and one that doesn't. The sport keeps you in good shape and additional social ties, while you can do the other if you're sore all over.

BTW, boxing is boring as hell if you're on your own. Go to a gym instead of whacking a bag at home. Even better, they won't let you wimp out and slack off. Also, kickboxing is more interesting than plain boxing.

4 Name: Solution : 2006-05-06 18:06 ID:RYe43SV0

1) Lift weights.

Make a routine that revolves around 20 rep squats, deadlifts, dips, bent over rows, overhead presses, and chin ups. You'll feel like a new man after a few weeks. Increased energy levels, drive, and strength.

2) Start tricking. Get a friend involved, go out there, and do it.

Watch amplers of people tricking and working out. Get yourself motivated, and keep at it. It will give you the change you need.

5 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-07 18:27 ID:HFXu/LC9

Play go. Most interesting game in the world and you'll never cease to have potential to get better. Nice ppl too. Some sport for the physical side wouldn't do any harm though, als dmpk2k suggested.

6 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-08 15:53 ID:uxZhzE/W


7 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-10 04:05 ID:Heaven

Archery is pretty cool. See if you can find a kyujutsu teacher for the complete wapanese experience.

On the topic of martial arts, you might wanna try jujutsu, aikido, or another heavy-duty martial art if you can find a decent dojo. Avoid taekwondo, 90% of the places are halfway between summer camps and juvenile recovery programs (at least, near where I live).

8 Name: dmpk2k!hinhT6kz2E : 2006-05-11 05:32 ID:Heaven

I'll second the recommendation for jujitsu.

The dojo really does matter though, because some are pragmatic, while others resemble tai chi. I suppose it depends on what you're looking for.

9 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-13 13:12 ID:ASGi6wY8

Being as boards like these have a large weeaboo percentage, you might want to try out kyudo. (Yeah, kyujutsu was already mentioned, but generally kyudo is more readily available.) Look it up on Wikipedia for details, but in a nutshell it's like traditional japanese archery in a ritualized, formal sort of way. The improvement aspect is there, though you'll mostly be tinkering with yourself.

Also, what >>7 said about the martial arts.

10 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-14 23:34 ID:kn8ocp+K

I don't want to derail this thread, but maybe this can become a generic "help anyone choose a new hobby" thread, as I am having the same dilemma. I am quite the hobby jumper, as I have gotten into and then dumped the following hobbies (and their associated gear) over the past four years: manga, anime, Go, Python programming, reading sci-fi / fantasy, WoW, console gaming, learning Japanese, Angband, DJing, pixel art, composing electronica, writing sci-fi / fantasy, imageboards, drawing and competitive fighting games.

I'm at a loss as to what to do with my free time now. Although I've finally established a regular gym/cardio routine, I spend the rest of my free time staring at the internets. Any ideas? Something social would probably benefit me the most, as I don't go out very much. Heck, even hooking up with the local nerds and tabletop RPGing is starting to sound good.

11 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-16 01:36 ID:Heaven

Learn some card tricks. It's very cheap and will take lots of free time if you want to be done correctly.

12 Name: Alexander!DxY0NCwFJg : 2006-05-17 17:55 ID:rvOW8KUB

General radio stuff (amateur or not) could be interesting, although I'm not really into it (pretty expensive for anything reasonably interesting too I believe).

Skygazing has the same possible side benefit as radio: excercise. Of course, if you live in any densely populated area (>500 000 people) giving up instantly on this makes the most sense.

Geocaching is also recommended. All these are nerdy, but anyone who wants brainless will probably be perfectly happy with TV anyway, so no problem.

13 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-18 01:12 ID:Heaven

All rise for the glorious entrance of Alexander to this unworthy thread!

14 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-18 21:04 ID:Heaven


15 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-21 01:53 ID:jdBaSmHH

follow your heart
go for Target shooting

i know you like guns.

16 Name: 10 : 2006-05-21 20:02 ID:kn8ocp+K

What do you know! I'm hooked on WoW again! I'll be back when I'm tired of it, whee!

17 Name: holdincourt : 2006-05-22 08:20 ID:699G7Xnz

Ultimate Frisbee

18 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-26 12:01 ID:IimFaQyp

Is kyudo compared to kyujutsu the same as kendo compared to kenjutsu? If so, then yes, kyudo would probably be >>1-san's best bet as a competitive aspect would be more fun and somewhat less serious.

19 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-05-28 05:40 ID:/ocdZWGy

I reccomend you start playing Dungeons and Dragons.

20 Name: Me : 2006-05-31 22:57 ID:H5gLyJ6L

How about soccer, or motorsports, either as a spectator or participant in either one. Nothing exhilartes more than driving a car at high speeds, IMO.

21 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-06-04 17:30 ID:QG27mCWb

But it's not easy to choose a hobby. Generally, the situation is you are fascinated by, not choose that.

If you feel boring to your hobbies, take a break. Maybe the situation will get well soon or later.

Then, MILITARY is nice.^^

If you want to try martial arts, Bajiquan(八極拳), that I am learning, is a good choice.
And, Taijiquan(太極拳) probably is the most popular Chinese martial art in China and Taiwan.

22 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-06-07 14:04 ID:lioF2c0q

I say go for Beer brewing. Even if you mess up you can still drink the shit, and if its good you can set up your own bar.

23 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-06-08 03:06 ID:Heaven

He didn't say anything about being braindead so I doubt he'd be entertained by soccer for more than 5 minutes.

>>22 sounds like a fun idea. Otherwise you could always start doing drugs, but that should be a minor hobby only unless you plan to fuck yourself over.

24 Name: holdincourt : 2006-06-08 09:20 ID:699G7Xnz

Grow weed?!?!?

25 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-06-09 06:24 ID:44vsswsg

How about airsofting

26 Name: Daisuke : 2006-06-12 02:08 ID://iD3xC9

Try making up a Rock Band with your friends

27 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-06-12 16:40 ID:Heaven

Dirt BMXing.

28 Name: Chill-Anon : 2006-06-17 17:34 ID:NG1iCC/i

Think of the most hardcore thing possible, and do it, no matter what will or might happen.

29 Name: giz!5s6eFGE9Lo : 2006-06-23 04:52 ID:pKwXCMO7

Papercraft and assembling papermodels. :3

30 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-06-25 02:35 ID:kZ7I5yyI

Gotta love photography. Seriously, it's way cool.

31 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-07-11 23:22 ID:xO/Bkjzz

Target shooting? With a Mini-14? The only competitive sport they're really suited for is the Practical Rifle portion of 3-Gun. Even then, you might be at a disadvantage to the AR15 crowd, especially out at 300 meters and beyond. A lot of the high-dollar, high-speed-low-drag stuff the AR guys favor (especially in Unlimited Class), like electronic red dot sights, is difficult to adapt to the Mini platform.

32 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-07-13 03:20 ID:hrT1rQp0

Build an RC plane! Archery also sounds cool. I got inspired to try that after watching "Whe Weatherman"

33 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-08-15 23:24 ID:kn8ocp+K

>>10 here again… can anyone recommend some hobbies that involve both being social and being creative? Something like being in a band, or something...

34 Name: unknown : 2006-08-17 09:03 ID:A5WkPQ20

martial arts?
learn something new?

35 Name: Troubadour : 2006-08-24 17:24 ID:syaMBDY8

Fencing. Find a good instructor who's willing to really push you, and you can get something out of it.
Good hand-eye coord.
Slim-Middle body composition.
Good work ethic.
200 or so dollars (US).

36 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-08-24 23:43 ID:rHOffxRR

What is tricking?

37 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-08-30 09:39 ID:H8RvZBou

Airsoft is good hobby of mine try it..

38 Name: Rd : 2006-08-31 09:48 ID:hmfLKYsi

bowling, basketball, and paintball all seems like an okay sport to do try one of them and see if u like them

39 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-09-02 05:04 ID:H8RvZBou

A.I.R.S.O.F.T i love to play this game special in CXG ( close quarter combat) i only have 3 airsoft P90, M1 Carbine, Steyr Aug..

40 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-09-02 18:26 ID:xO/Bkjzz

In CXG, are you allowed to buttstroke or bayonet your opponents when you run out of ammo? :p

41 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-09-05 02:37 ID:H8RvZBou


heheheh its not allowed just a tap at the back will do.. :)

42 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-09-30 20:17 ID:nld6eYqD

Making art is wonderful. Going out in town and drawing gestures is a very lively activity, and also has a social element from the commenters. It helps breach that shyness toward strangers. I had to man myself up for it (living in a small town) for 6 months, but it really changed me. I already liked drawing, though.

43 Name: Notch : 2006-10-11 02:03 ID:IZSTB4tg

The ruger mini 14 is a good rifle but you can get a great rifle for so much less money. Look into "Curios and Relics" These are rifles that for the most part are 50 years old or more. There are some GREAT CnRs out there for shooters. You can pick up a K31 for $120 or so. These are swiss made rifles that fire a 7.5 mm "swiss" cartrige. GREAT target rifles. Incredible craftsmanship that would cost a grand if it were made today. Mosin Nagants are russian rifles that fire the 7.62x54 cartridge. A few flavors here. M38, m44, m39. A M44 can be had for a little over $100 dollars and milsurp ammo is cheap. You can get an Enfield MK4 for 150 or so. GREAT rifles that shoot the .303 brit. All these rifles are great fun to shoot and able to deliver prety damn good accuracy, then there is the fact that you are literaly shooting a little piece of history as well! If you want to learn more about CnRs a really good website to check out is They have a large CnR area with tons of info. Also check out for a better idea of what is easily available to you. My suggestion is the K31. Ammo is a little more expensive than some of the others but what an incredible rifle! Dont limit yourself to new models of rifles. You will deny yourself some great values and interesting firearms. Besides, when you buy a Ruger, you are supporting Bill Ruger and HIS support to the bogus AW and high cap mag bans. Both of which are useless moves made by worthless politicians who dont care about actualy doing any good, just pulling the wool over the less informed voter!


44 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-10-11 02:23 ID:XIHKPRk3


Target shooting w/rifles
i used to do that for a while but after a few weeks it got extremly boring i wont recommend this to anyone unless you are planning to shoot in the world finals or sth

I know a few guys who are brewing alcohol but most time you are just waiting and if youre unlucky it tastes horrible

Martial Arts is my favourite its a sport where you train your whole body and it might come in handy someday - its also lots of fun because it involves other people

to write a play or a poem can also be entertaining - just try it

45 Name: Hobby guy : 2006-10-11 02:58 ID:IZSTB4tg

marksmanship is a great past time. I have never known anyone who tried it that got bored with it. It is chalenging and requires much in the way of control and practice. It teaches you great discipline and focus too. It is something you can always get beter and beter at. If you are not a "gun person" you may not like it but boring it isnt. There are also lots of groups and such you can get into with a a vast diversity of people in it in which to meet! I have been involved in martial arts as well ( Kali for near 20 years now) It too is fun, but the majority of the people I have met are ninja wanabes who talk far too much about "what I would do to someone if they tried something on me" There is also little camraderie outside the school. You definatly need to give ANYTHING you try more than "A FEW WEEKS" that aproach is imature and will get you no where. Whatever you try, REALLY give it a try, and for gods sake...Dont start writing poetry, next thing you know youll be walking around with a ponytail creeping out women.....

WTF IS molon labe anyways?

46 Name: Notch : 2006-10-11 03:00 ID:IZSTB4tg

Google it... Good history lesson. They are making a movie about the battle it stems from! What it is TODAY is the battle cry for your rights!

47 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-10-11 03:26 ID:XIHKPRk3


lol a very sophisticated view of poetry indeed
i assume you spent more than just "A FEW WEEKS" with it to achieve these insights.

of course marksmanship can be a very interesting sport too first I was quite motivated about it but then i lost interest because it seemed to be always the same - and nobody can tell me that it is by any chance more diversified than martial arts

well I met a vast diversity of people at martial arts - and nice ones too!

@topic i forgot diving - its fun!

48 Name: Hobby guy... : 2006-10-12 14:37 ID:IZSTB4tg

No never tried writing poetry, not interested. As a voracious reader I have read it quite a bit though, I find it too self involved. It was you who said you gave things a few weeks, not me. Martial arts group diverse? Somewhat, but as I said, too many ninja wanabes. Thats why I stick to Kali, not as much possing. My lack of apreciation for poetry does not indicate lack of sophistication. I just think most of it is silly and not really a hobby.

49 Name: In-Sanity : 2006-10-16 18:38 ID:TOOjEiEf

Why dont u try something something creative like artwork. why not try making a digital artwork, surrealism is fun aswell. since u've been playing games and watching anime u might have some talent on that.

50 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-11-05 13:26 ID:Heaven

How To Fold A Paper Crane


51 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-12-10 08:42 ID:8WHSzstw


Men need to cook.

Also, delicious food is a fantastic hobby. Cooking keeps you slim if you don't load up unhealthy calories.

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53 Name: Oily Skin : 2006-12-29 09:36 ID:shaMYwZP


Well dude, you can combine Archery and Target shooting.

I would highly recomend boxing it's really fun and awsome exercise. and beer brewing is not really the time demanding so you could combine it with some outher hobby.

If you thinking of becoming a boxer I would highly recomend that, you start training in a boxing gym. you wont become a boxer just by hitting on a sandbag. :)

Good luck

54 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-01-16 09:49 ID:nwh98GML

If beer brewing is interesting to you and you like to experiment, try growing and breeding rare plants. Orchids, chillies, pot, etc.
Since the time investment isn't too big, you can combine it with a sport. I recommend boxing, too.

55 Name: ManGhan : 2007-02-04 15:49 ID:zKu1eBh3

i don wanna seen as an idiot or something but it your life. if you are bored of it, then go back home , talk to your freinds & family and walk around alone, enjoy the scenery & stuff.

i mean you live your life once on this world, regardless of what your faith is anyway. if you're buddhish or sort, reincart. x= same people again. if you're muslim, chirstian @ jew, life is short and just once. do your best,earn good point and die happily.

what's ever you new hobby, do your best in it, stand back up if you fall and if you're bored again, find another. atleast you learn somthing.

p.s: i'm also don't have a hobby (much) or maybe cursin around is my hobby or laughting or.... bro, life's short, heaven or hell is for eternity (if you belive it, cos i do). please, if you're so f*&king bored of your life, DON'T COMMIT SUICIDE. JUST GO TO SLEEP, MAN COS I BET YOU ARE TIRED.

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57 Name: hotaro : 2007-02-07 19:09 ID:4pMBcyMn

my personal favorite thing to do when i'm at home alone and i got nothing else to do i like to take a pig by the hunches and ram right into their flabby asses so i think u should try it...really fun and it's the new in

58 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-03-26 00:30 ID:wbx8g6ZD

Beer Brewing - Pro: Fairly cheap. Con: Beer Gut from self-samplings

Boxing - Pro: Comes in handy if someone is hassling your gf. Con: See Con Air

Archery - Pro: Able to survive in post-apocalyptic world. Con: Might as well get elf ears. 1/2 elf dual-class ranger FTW

59 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-03-26 07:13 ID:baaWWzUV

I think >>55 summed up this thread nicely when he said:

i don wanna seen as an idiot or something but it your life. if you are bored of it, then go back home , talk to your freinds & family and walk around alone, enjoy the scenery & stuff.

i mean you live your life once on this world, regardless of what your faith is anyway. if you're buddhish or sort, reincart. x= same people again. if you're muslim, chirstian @ jew, life is short and just once. do your best,earn good point and die happily.

what's ever you new hobby, do your best in it, stand back up if you fall and if you're bored again, find another. atleast you learn somthing.

p.s: i'm also don't have a hobby (much) or maybe cursin around is my hobby or laughting or.... bro, life's short, heaven or hell is for eternity (if you belive it, cos i do). please, if you're so f*&king bored of your life, DON'T COMMIT SUICIDE. JUST GO TO SLEEP, MAN COS I BET YOU ARE TIRED.

60 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-04-01 01:55 ID:BHHR956Y


And if you take up game hunting, like grouse, with a bow, you can combine target shooting, archery and cooking too.

61 Name: Seraphius : 2007-04-01 02:56 ID:hWt3tRps

I'm 23 and I just started learning martial arts, even though it's kinda out of the norm for me. You do start to appreciate some of the anime and films better that include martial arts as well.

62 Name: !8NBuQ4l6uQ : 2007-04-09 23:00 ID:sIGJ6VJy

I think a great new hobby would be subscribing to my channel, watching and commenting on my vids all day and all night. Many people fill their days this way and everyone is very happy.

and you'll never be alone again.

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66 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-04-10 10:24 ID:W06sVDzi

how about filming? posting krap up onto youtube or sumthing...seems like a great past time especially if you have artistic talents

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72 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-04-25 20:36 ID:Heaven

bad hobby.

73 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-06-07 15:26 ID:nHQsRsNN

try a martial art, it'll keep you in shape and its fun too,
tae kwon do has a lot of kool moves and if you like kicking, especially kicking high, try it

i hear kendo's good too, i saw a kendo demo once, it was really kool, just make sure that you have all the protective gear on tight

74 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-06-07 15:44 ID:Heaven


>>tae kwon do has a lot of kool moves and if you like kicking, especially kicking high, try it
>>has a lot of kool moves and if you like kicking
>>kool moves and if you like kicking
>>kool moves


75 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-06-08 09:04 ID:JEexZgDG

Fencing, Kendo
Snowboarding, Skateboarding
Paint balling
Billiards, Bowling
Learn to play an instrument (Electric guitar, keyboard, flute)

76 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2007-06-08 15:42 ID:nHQsRsNN

poker!!! try it maybe even make it into those big poker tournaments
(or just end up losing all your money)
ok maybe not poker

77 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2011-05-01 12:11 ID:X73cypuz

78 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2012-06-10 14:19 ID:VleX++Nh

Target shooting w/o rifles (handguns)

79 Name: san : 2012-06-15 09:07 ID:+KDPIpNq

80 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2015-09-06 19:35 ID:eP8TvyaR

you could try cycling, you can explore your local area and enjoy nature trails
You could also get into solving puzzles or reading because you can take those with you on your rides. Reading can expand your thoughts and experience, but only if you read the right books, ones that make you think and not only long fantasy series that are "good vs. bad".

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83 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2015-09-08 14:25 ID:K3IUOWRz

dis nigga replyed to a 9 yo post

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85 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2018-05-30 03:20 ID:ZaFFgD/7

Become a micronationalist and start your own country. It will teach you how government works and give you a false sense of power to inflate your ego.

86 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2018-05-30 14:19 ID:Heaven

Cool things I've dabbled in that I wish people had told me about earlier:

-Learning a language: not as hard as people say. Even if you only learn a little, it's guaranteed to come in super useful unless you're learning a dead language like Scottish or something. But that's cool too.

-Rhythm Games: a once-popular but now recovering field. There's a growing network of Dance machines in America and Europe and other Rhythm Games like beatmania or maimai are starting to make appearances too. A low entry barrier, high learning curve hobby with a lot of fantastic music to discover, though it helps if you are already into Japan or Korea.

-Board Games: not much to say here other than if you haven't closely examined boardgames before, there's a lot more to offer here than monopoly or cards against humanity. Look for a board game meet near your home and try out some nice tabletop games with a complexity designed for adults. A great way to pass the time.

-Blockchain: regardless of whether you believe in cryptocurrencies, there's a lot of cool solutions offered by blockchain technologies. Though part of my interest may be due to the fact it's still an emerging field as of this post.

-Visual Novels: some of the greatest works of literature but most require a huge repertoire of horrible otaku knowledge and familiarity to really enjoy them. If you're already a trashy human being such as myself, you have nothing to lose by getting into these. Normal people: stay away. These will ruin your life. I suppose these are pretty mainstream nowadays what with the advent of "visual novels on steam".

-Mahjong: Just like people here mention Go, Mahjong is a pretty sweet table game that is overlooked by many in favour of it's more popular reinterpretation as Mahjong Solitaire. I'm still pretty new to it though.

-Amateur Radio: not enough of a scene for this in my area but still a really cool use of cool tech. Worth a look if you are interested in trying something new.

I've been considering some others, such as playing piano, cooking, digital art and studying philosophy, but I spend a lot as it is on my current interests and don't have a lot of free time right now. I plan to write stories someday (but likely through a non-paper medium).

87 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-03-28 08:54 ID:nOLaXpUA

88 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-04-12 00:37 ID:+gFHXmmL

89 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-05-07 05:38 ID:+gFHXmmL

90 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-06-30 03:19 ID:+gFHXmmL

Walk a lot.

91 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-09-14 15:56 ID:C79i5CWq


92 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-09-21 17:52 ID:cAxAQ9Zj

If you're looking for board games, I recommend chess:

  • High skill ceiling
  • There's almost always a chess club or tournament nearby
  • Great way to meet people
  • Free / Open Source chess websites (lichess)

I got into it a couple of months ago and am really enjoying it.

93 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-09-29 02:54 ID:8mLDtZ/r

olympic masterbation

94 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-10-23 07:33 ID:Pb1fRGvy

wonder if op ever found his new hobby?
perhaps he became a beer swilling target archer/boxer

95 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-10-24 11:55 ID:ZY9kfNMA

lol wondering the same. maybe when he gets sick of his new hobby he'll revisit this thread for another suggestion.

96 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-11-14 09:52 ID:DFGOQT6Y

HEMA (historical european martial arts).
It's just every kind of swordfighting grouped into one.
Longswords, rapiers, sabres, arming swords and more of all styles and eras. Try to find a local club. A (training) sword is $200 and the safety equipment is a few hundred, but you only need that once you move onto sparring.

97 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2023-01-04 15:32 ID:k46jLrzA

Hey OP. Definitely try archery! It's a very fun hobby. All you need is a target and now.

For a target, you can buy something like old hay bales and old rug (so the arrows don't go through and kill anyone) set against a fence or wall. But ideally, you can order a target off of Amazon or somewhere.

For a bow, you determine what kind you want. Modern? Traditional? Recurve? Then you find the size and what is called the weight. Search online for more info on this. I personally use traditional Korean horse bows, one from Kaya:

It's hard at first and takes a while to learn how to properly shoot. You'll miss a lot. But in time you'll become the best archer in the land. You can also join an archery club at some point where you'll have access to a lot of targets to use and can get pro tips for shooting. Have fun if you decide to try it!

98 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2023-05-14 16:21 ID:BrZOY4R4

he dead bro

99 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2023-05-18 04:26 ID:5hoK6Pr+

Wonder how he died?
Maybe heroin became his hobby and that done him in.

100 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2024-02-06 20:30 ID:P41fgKN6

you are lying

101 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2024-02-14 10:24 ID:yB5Hx/2X

102 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2024-02-28 03:37 ID:+gFHXmmL

Competitive eating like Beardmeetsfood and Zermatt Neo.

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