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post #61 of 85
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Learn to cook. You have to eat so you need to spend the money regardless.

+1.
Cooking is a terrific hobby, and you'll hopefully appreciate the results.
post #62 of 85
Well, Rugger, do any of these suggestions strike your fancy?
post #63 of 85
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Originally Posted by steviecakes View Post
Thrifting. I thrift once a week, and it's always an adventure. I'm a broke college student so it's fun to find pieces I can incorporate into my wardrobe, practice sewing on, give to friends, and trade with other thrifters.

+1

You are a member of a men's clothing forum so I presume you have some interest and knowledge in the area. It doesn't cost much to get started. You can upgrade your own wardrobe and sell good stuff which isn't your size for a profit.
post #64 of 85
Writing.

Maybe you can get published.
post #65 of 85
read
post #66 of 85
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
+1, plus women love it when a guy cooks.

Agreed, I think my GF was on the fence about me until I cooked tenderloin for her.

All of my hobbies end up being expensive: Race cars (that was forseeable), Clothing, building furniture. Comparably I think i've spent less than my friends who are into watches, scotches, cigars, guns, motorcycles, ect.
post #67 of 85
Stay away from vintage guitars
post #68 of 85
masturbation? theres billions of free pics and videos on the internet that range from typical nekkid wimmyn to the strangest fetish you can imagine....theres something for everyone. its cheap too...you already have internet connection....a bottle of jergens is like 2 bucks.....


thank me later.
post #69 of 85
Most sports are relatively cheap...basketball, golf, tennis.

buying and selling is also pretty fun...
post #70 of 85
Learn to play a musical instrument. After reading this article, I am tempted to pick up the ukulele.
post #71 of 85
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post
Learn to play a musical instrument. After reading this article, I am tempted to pick up the ukulele.

God damn

I was so ready to make fun of you with a snarky comment...and then I read the article and thought "hey that sounds like a good idea"
post #72 of 85
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Originally Posted by otc View Post
God damn

I was so ready to make fun of you with a snarky comment...and then I read the article and thought "hey that sounds like a good idea"

Shimabukuro played in nashville last year....mind blowing what that kid can do with one of those.
post #73 of 85
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God damn

I was so ready to make fun of you with a snarky comment...and then I read the article and thought "hey that sounds like a good idea"
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post #74 of 85
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post
Learn to play a musical instrument. After reading this article, I am tempted to pick up the ukulele.

Stay away from Vintage ukuleles

(They can easily run you 3-5 grand)
post #75 of 85
saw a few suggestions for MMORPG's .. but they can be crazy time consuming if you get heavily involved. I prefer RPG's (not online) as they have an actual end. You can finish the game which helps. The Elder Scrolls games are crazy fun.
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