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amongstclouds wrote

I read and like to watch the pine needles sway in the wind. I also smoke copious amounts of combustible plant matter. ;)

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dele_ted wrote

Lately it's been mostly developing Konsent and reading (finally got a physical copy of Bolo'Bolo). Generally, i feel that my life is pretty lacking of fun, as in laughing and doing fun stuff.

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Dumai wrote

binging let's play and drinking

and making out

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selver wrote

Video games. Getting baked & watching weird movies. Play some squash.

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ziq wrote

Everything. Even the most tedious chore is fun when you have a healthy imagination.

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drh1138 wrote

Computer games, and I have a weekly Pathfinder game with some housemates in my co-op for which I GM.

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Infinity wrote (edited )

I like to eat fruit and walk and learn about astrology and talk to people about vulnerable topics. I like to be in the nature and I like to watch Star trek. I like to shop at REI. If I we're rich I would spend all my money at that store. I know I'm feeding the devil with these consumerist ego driven thoughts. I'm just notthere yet.. :-o

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indi wrote

*considers answering... notes that topic is not in f/FreakyPorn... decides against*

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therealmidnite wrote

I create "look and feel" styleguides for videogames that will never be produced. Right now, I'm busy with XCOM seen from an anarchist perspective.

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indi wrote

Shut up and take my money.

Seriously though, that actually sounds like an awesome idea. I'd be curious to see if it's actually implementable.

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therealmidnite wrote

It does, doesn't it? Unfortunately, getting a development group together isn't my area of expertise at all (apart from the fact that this requires both knowing a lot of people with skills and/or having a bit of funding available, and I can check neither of those boxes).

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ladyanarchist wrote (edited )

Photographing people, cooking dishes I've never tried, getting lost on purpose, playing with my child at the beach, smoking with friends around a campfire, and of course, video games.

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Nikki wrote

Video games mostly. Used to listen to music there for awhile but then I got burnt out.

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Bird wrote

Playing videogames, working on my hobbies, hanging out with friends and family and the like.

Squawk

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xxi wrote

Boring answer: it depends.

Under optimal conditions: I find something that really interest me, become obsessive about it to the point of it being diagnosed as a disorder and either it was a pretty good memorable, more or less one-off, period or it becomes a part of my life.

Latent interests, burst out and cools off: Tolkien, Gaming, learning stuff connected to specific needs, i.e. writing shell scripts and the like, read about veganism (or about thirty other -ism:s), miscellaneous.

Common behaviors meant to bring me joy and that I try to do even when I feel lethargic: reading, playing/writing/listen to music, "computer stuff", writing, watching lectures, talks, documentaries...

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alqm wrote (edited )

I do distrohopping, testing all kinds of Linux distros and reporting bugs for them. Such fun. wow...

and I play with my adorable poodle doge named "Little Fairy" (in portuguese "Fadinha").

Mr. Robot: hacking him was easy. Who uses "fadinha123", "littlefairy101" and "anarchofairy!@#" as passwords? lololol