I sit on the internet and mock people, mostly.
In seriousness, though, I do a lot of things for hobbies. I enjoy reading(Vonnegut4lyfe) and drawing, along with writing. I've only recently picked up drawing again, but it's certainly fun. I'm actually working on a project right now that I might share in the appropriate forum. No promises, though!
I play a lot of video games. I particularly love RPGs with excellent stories, although I have a particular soft spot for 'get from point A to point B and destroy everything along the way' games. I guess it's the DOOM kid in me. I have clocked over 250 hours in Borderlands 2 alone(I have a problem, I know).
I watch a fair amount of movies as well. I am a B-movie enthusiast to the extreme, and I have a slight guilty pleasure in watching live-action Japanese movies in subtitles. I enjoy a good horror flick, but mostly want to have my mind bent by a movie more than anything. My favorite one is probably Blue Velvet in that respect.
I also sometimes do some tabletop games in my spare time over IRC. I'm currently involved with a bunch of friends from Minnesota in a Zombie-apocalypse themed survival game. It's been going for nearly 3 years, now! We've had to reset the game twice already to level the field and redo the system. Our ultimate goal, besides having fun, is to get it so refined we can publish it and pitch it to a company.
I also enjoy cooking. I am slowly learning how to make certain foods I enjoy for much cheaper than you would usually buy it. I recently figured out how to make a chai tea concentrate that knocks the socks off of the stuff they sell at Starbuck's, and for a hell of a lot less than what they charge! Besides learning how to make tea brews, I enjoy experimenting with certain seasonings and flavors on my food. I make a particularly mean cheeseburger, hand-formed, with bacon and onions strewn throughout.
I think that's about it! So yeah. Stuff!
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Originally posted by WindRider739
Eroding the human soul
...No wonder I weigh less! Edited by Phatman Dover on May 23, 2013 at 6:55:41
Reality swirled in a wholly blue manner, revealing absolutely nothing of merit. Things flashed madly in and out of existence like some entirely other sort of phenomena. On a whim, Kurt Vonnegut imploded, taking a sizeable hunk of Massachusetts with him. However, seeing as Massachusetts wasn't entirely sure it existed, the chunk wasn't all that big.