• What are some actual fun hobbies?

    Best answer: Aircraft Spotting Airbrushing Airsofting Acting Aeromodeling Amateur Astronomy Amateur Radio Animals/pets/dogs Archery Arts Aquarium (Freshwater & Saltwater) Astrology Astronomy Backgammon Badminton Baseball Base Jumping Basketball Beach/Sun tanning Beachcombing Beadwork Beatboxing Becoming A Child... show more
    Best answer: Aircraft Spotting
    Airbrushing
    Airsofting
    Acting
    Aeromodeling
    Amateur Astronomy
    Amateur Radio
    Animals/pets/dogs
    Archery
    Arts
    Aquarium (Freshwater & Saltwater)
    Astrology
    Astronomy
    Backgammon
    Badminton
    Baseball
    Base Jumping
    Basketball
    Beach/Sun tanning
    Beachcombing
    Beadwork
    Beatboxing
    Becoming A Child Advocate
    Bell Ringing
    Belly Dancing
    Bicycling
    Bicycle Polo
    Bird watching
    Birding
    BMX
    Blacksmithing
    Blogging
    BoardGames
    Boating
    Body Building
    Bonsai Tree
    Bookbinding
    Boomerangs
    Bowling
    Brewing Beer
    Bridge Building
    Bringing Food To The Disabled
    Building A House For Habitat For Humanity
    Building Dollhouses
    Butterfly Watching
    Button Collecting
    Cake Decorating
    Calligraphy
    Camping
    Candle Making
    Canoeing
    Cartooning
    Car Racing
    Casino Gambling
    Cave Diving
    Ceramics
    Cheerleading
    Chess
    Church/church activities
    Cigar Smoking
    Cloud Watching
    Coin Collecting
    Collecting
    Collecting Antiques
    Collecting Artwork
    Collecting Hats
    Collecting Music Albums
    Collecting RPM Records
    Collecting Sports Cards (Baseball, Football, Basketball, Hockey)
    Collecting Swords
    Coloring
    Compose Music
    Computer activities
    Conworlding
    Cooking
    Cosplay
    Crafts
    Crafts (unspecified)
    Crochet
    Crocheting
    Cross-Stitch
    Crossword Puzzles
    Dancing
    Darts
    Diecast Collectibles
    Digital Photography
    Dodgeball
    Dolls
    Dominoes
    Drawing
    Dumpster Diving
    Eating out
    Educational Courses
    Electronics
    Embroidery
    Entertaining
    Exercise (aerobics, weights)
    Falconry
    Fast cars
    Felting
    Fencing
    Fire Poi
    Fishing
    Floorball
    Floral Arrangements
    Fly Tying
    Football
    Four Wheeling
    Freshwater Aquariums
    Frisbee Golf – Frolf
    Games
    Gardening
    Garage Saleing
    Genealogy
    Geocaching
    Ghost Hunting
    Glowsticking
    Gnoming
    Going to movies
    Golf
    Go Kart Racing
    Grip Strength
    Guitar
    Gunsmithing
    Gun Collecting
    Gymnastics
    Gyotaku
    Handwriting Analysis
    Hang gliding
    Herping
    Hiking
    Home Brewing
    Home Repair
    Home Theater
    Horse riding
    Hot air ballooning
    Hula Hooping
    Hunting
    Iceskating
    Illusion
    Impersonations
    Internet
    Inventing
    Jet Engines
    Jewelry Making
    Jigsaw Puzzles
    Juggling
    Keep A Journal
    Jump Roping
    Kayaking
    Kitchen Chemistry
    Kites
    Kite Boarding
    Knitting
    Knotting
    Lasers
    Lawn Darts
    Learn to Play Poker
    Learning A Foreign Language
    Learning An Instrument
    Learning To Pilot A Plane
    Leathercrafting
    Legos
    Letterboxing
    Listening to music
    Locksport
    Lacrosse
    Macramé
    Magic
    Making Model Cars
    Marksmanship
    Martial Arts
    Matchstick Modeling
    Meditation
    Microscopy
    Metal Detecting
    Model Railroading
    Model Rockets
    Modeling Ships
    Models
    Motorcycles
    Mountain Biking
    Mountain Climbing
    Musical Instruments
    Nail Art
    Needlepoint
    Owning An Antique Car
    Origami
    Painting
    Paintball
    Papermaking
    Papermache
    Parachuting
    Paragliding or Power Paragliding
    Parkour
    People Watching
    Photography
    Piano
    Pinochle
    Pipe Smoking
    Planking
    Playing music
    Playing team sports
    Pole Dancing
    Pottery
    Powerboking
    Protesting
    Puppetry
    Pyrotechnics
    Quilting
    Racing Pigeons
    Rafting
    Railfans
    Rapping
    R/C Boats
    R/C Cars
    R/C Helicopters
    R/C Planes
    Reading
    Reading To The Elderly
    Relaxing
    Renaissance Faire
    Renting movies
    Rescuing Abused Or Abandoned Animals
    Robotics
    Rock Balancing
    Rock Collecting
    Rockets
    Rocking AIDS Babies
    Roleplaying
    Running
    Saltwater Aquariums
    Sand Castles
    Scrapbooking
    Scuba Diving
    Self Defense
    Sewing
    Shark Fishing
    Skeet Shooting
    Skiing
    Shopping
    Singing In Choir
    Skateboarding
    Sketching
    Sky Diving
    Slack Lining
    Sleeping
    Slingshots
    Slot Car Racing
    Snorkeling
    Snowboarding
    Soap Making
    Soccer
    Socializing with friends/neighbors
    Speed Cubing (rubix cube)
    Spelunkering
    Spending time with family/kids
    Stamp Collecting
    Storm Chasing
    Storytelling
    String Figures
    Surfing
    Surf Fishing
    Survival
    Swimming
    Tatting
    Taxidermy
    Tea Tasting
    Tennis
    Tesla Coils
    Tetris
    Texting
    Textiles
    Tombstone Rubbing
    Tool Collecting
    Toy Collecting
    Train Collecting
    Train Spotting
    Traveling
    Treasure Hunting
    Trekkie
    Tutoring Children
    TV watching
    Ultimate Frisbee
    Urban Exploration
    Video Games
    Violin
    Volunteer
    Walking
    Warhammer
    Watching sporting events
    Weather Watcher
    Weightlifting
    Windsurfing
    Wine Making
    Wingsuit Flying
    Woodworking
    Working In A Food Pantry
    Working on cars
    World Record Breaking
    Wrestling
    Writing
    Writing Music
    Writing Songs
    Yoga
    YoYo
    Ziplining
    Zumba
    3 answers · 6 days ago
  • I need a new hobby?

    Best answer: hobbies, golf, snow sports, kayaking conueing, helping old people, making money on the side doing side work by asking people if they need handy man work. playing video games at a building not your home. an arcade or something. you can draw paint scrapbook create paint model cars learn to fly a drone. take up... show more
    Best answer: hobbies, golf, snow sports, kayaking conueing, helping old people, making money on the side doing side work by asking people if they need handy man work.
    playing video games at a building not your home. an arcade or something.
    you can draw paint scrapbook
    create paint model cars
    learn to fly a drone.
    take up hiking or walking.
    write a book about your favorite topic.
    write a book about your city or town. (if it's good it could get published by them)
    take photos.
    build robots
    skating bike riding skate boarding.
    swimming rock hounding.
    candle making
    dance glasses
    escape rooms
    become the teen reviewer.. for all the teen shops go to them and review them in depth.
    start a club with other people who want to not be on the computer or games or phones so much.

    learn to play an instrument.
    learn to master other peoples music.

    Challenge your self every day go to youtube pintrest look at some of the silly life hacks and try them

    start a blog or yo utube channel put some thought into it... don't wing it get others to help.

    now that i thought that why not write and produce a movie.

    cooking is a great hobbie. learn to preserve food. learn to make your own sauces.

    learn to hacky sack
    take up disc golf and learn to make a smaller version at home.. for yoru table top!!

    make a time capsul and gocatch to find it in 5 years

    you got yoga , wood carving, camping, backpacking

    wood shop
    airsoft
    shopping


    sounds silly but making obstical courses and playing on them timing yoruself is always fun too.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • What is glue?

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  • Do I need all requirements to do a spell or can I use something to substitute it?

    Hello, I am new at spell casting, so I got a book for it. It's a book that has spells for everyday, but sometimes I don't do them since I don't have a requirement. Today's spell requires black cardboard paper and white chalk, but I unfortunately don't have that. Can I just use paper and pen, or... show more
    Hello, I am new at spell casting, so I got a book for it. It's a book that has spells for everyday, but sometimes I don't do them since I don't have a requirement. Today's spell requires black cardboard paper and white chalk, but I unfortunately don't have that. Can I just use paper and pen, or will that cause bad energy? Also, what is the most important tool in spell casting? Thank you in advance and blessed be!
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can I use hot glue to keep wires from touching?

    My dog bit my computer charger and now three wires are exposed. They re all in tact but they cross to easily. I need to know if I can cover each wire individually with hot glue so they can t cross and spark anymore. Please no dumb answers I have no clue how it all works, which is why I m asking before doing.
    My dog bit my computer charger and now three wires are exposed. They re all in tact but they cross to easily. I need to know if I can cover each wire individually with hot glue so they can t cross and spark anymore. Please no dumb answers I have no clue how it all works, which is why I m asking before doing.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Things to do when bored?

    Best answer: Watch a movie
    Read a good book.
    Take a walk.
    Go to the MALL and window shop.
    Go to the Mall and get some fee make up samples.
    Call a friend that you have not spoken to in a while.
    Bake some cookies and go visit a friend.
    Best answer: Watch a movie
    Read a good book.
    Take a walk.
    Go to the MALL and window shop.
    Go to the Mall and get some fee make up samples.
    Call a friend that you have not spoken to in a while.
    Bake some cookies and go visit a friend.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are hobbies that don’t involve excercise?

    Best answer: how about art? drawing, painting, sewing, knitting, crocheting, or even beading. making kandi bracelets like this https://img1.etsystatic.com/003/0/5262806/il_570xN.405333553_tjcc.jpg is very easy, just a bit time consuming. there are websites like https://kandipatterns.com/assets/designer_test/ with a pattern... show more
    Best answer: how about art? drawing, painting, sewing, knitting, crocheting, or even beading. making kandi bracelets like this https://img1.etsystatic.com/003/0/526280... is very easy, just a bit time consuming. there are websites like https://kandipatterns.com/assets/designe... with a pattern maker so she can make a design and then create it. all she needs are pony beads (easily available at walmart or on amazon) and stretchy cord. there are many tutorials on youtube on how to make them, and once she gets the hang of it, it's extremely easy
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you own a telescope?

    138 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What are some good hobbies?

    My family recently moved house and we have no internet yet. I'm really bored all the time and have read and re-read so many books. What are some good hobbies? I would do heaps of sport but the soccer field and basketball courts are far away and plus my brother doesn't ever want to play with me. And tbh... show more
    My family recently moved house and we have no internet yet. I'm really bored all the time and have read and re-read so many books. What are some good hobbies? I would do heaps of sport but the soccer field and basketball courts are far away and plus my brother doesn't ever want to play with me. And tbh I'm not really 'good' at anything either, I love reading but everyone can read so yh.
    12 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • If you found or bought a small piece of gold or silver?

    Would it be possible to have to have it professionally cast into a custom collector coin? I mean, are there any companies that do that?
    Would it be possible to have to have it professionally cast into a custom collector coin? I mean, are there any companies that do that?
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I found a 1943 Copper Penny. How do I go about selling it without getting scammed or robbed?

    Best answer: You need to be careful since the coin is either very valuable or a counterfeit. 1943 pennies were made from steel, copper being used in the War. You should personally take some quality photos of the coin and then put the coin in a bank vault lock box. Then ask around for a lawyer who has clients in the coin,... show more
    Best answer: You need to be careful since the coin is either very valuable or a counterfeit. 1943 pennies were made from steel, copper being used in the War. You should personally take some quality photos of the coin and then put the coin in a bank vault lock box. Then ask around for a lawyer who has clients in the coin, antique, rare artifact business. Then take the photos to that lawyer and have the lawyer locate an interested expert and handle all the legal issues (whatever they are) for examining the coin. Use the photos until you have a signed agreement about whatever you intend if the penny is legitimate, and only then produce the penny for examination. In the meantime, someone might hit you in the head. Your penny could be worth more than a million $.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago