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What are some activities that one can go deep into as a hobby?

Asked by talljasperman (21734points) March 12th, 2014

I chose D&D and reading forgotten realms novels, and cartoons and video games. What are some other activity’s can I lose my self in. Also is collecting a reference section of brochures from university’s every year, to be viewed later, considered a hobby?

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zenvelo's avatar

There are a lot of things one can lose oneself into; it’s really a matter of enjoying it. Stamp collecting, coin collecting, reading the Great Books of Literature, choose something you like, and do it.

Collecting brochures is a hobby, although not one you would be able to share with very many people; in fact you may have the only such private collection in Canada.

rojo's avatar

Caving. You can really go deep into that sport. Sotano de las Golondrinas

10 deepest caves of the world

Cruiser's avatar

Anything you do in your free time can be defined as a hobby. Just don’t spank your kids or drop kick your cats.

rojo's avatar

Also, keep in mind that there is a very fine line between hobby and obsession.

cutiepi92's avatar

Cosplay. Cosplay is awesome and SOOOOO much fun

jerv's avatar

There is far more to RPGs than D&D. Take off the training wheels and try Shadowrun… now with a make-your-own editor on Steam.

PC building/repair is also fun, and not terribly expensive if you know how to shop wisely.

ragingloli's avatar

fapping to hentai.

gailcalled's avatar

Anything that will hold your interest.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

Playing a musical instrument.

Inspired_2write's avatar

Deeply..meaning introspective?
Writing your memoirs will is catharic.
ca·thar·tic…..providing psychological relief through the open expression of strong emotions; causing catharsis.

gailcalled's avatar

(^^ Don’t you guys talk to each other?)

Aster's avatar

Genealogy. You can do it for life and trace your ancestors back as far as you are able.

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