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Thu Jun 25, 2015 4:00 am

Looking for hobby

I'm a 2nd year student at ubc and i want to find something fun and exciting to do during my spare time. Does anyone have any suggestions for some sort of competitive club/hobby/sport that i can do on or off campus. Please keep in mind i'm a student (aka i'm sorta broke) thanks :)

Asked by alanzhang14550835

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10 answers

Thu Jun 25, 2015 4:00 am

^ agreed, consider becoming a writer

bri.tran840506

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Thu Jun 25, 2015 4:00 am

Find a frat to play soggy bread with.

huttonsy1514991

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Thu Jun 25, 2015 4:00 am

Two words: Competitive MasturbationYou'll be Jerked in to a whole new lifestyle and Release a huge Load as you Come to terms with the different Strokes of life. It'll definitely Rub Off on all those around you.

oneebk2448689

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Thu Jun 25, 2015 4:00 am

Very articulate.

bri.tran840506

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Thu Jun 25, 2015 4:00 am

Pingpong, math club, anime, cosplay, gaming, (insert Asian hobby here)

bri.tran840506

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Sun Sep 06, 2020 2:47 pm

How about the best rest is a change of activity? If you are constantly with textbooks in the room, then in order to really relax, enjoy the pastime, then you need to choose hobby that would be more active and in the fresh air. Ideally, this is hiking or camping. I recently started to get involved in fishing and although I'm new to it, I realized that I plan to do this in the future, so I found everything I needed for my new hobby on the camping and fishing stores website. I'm planning next time to go fishing with my spinning rod and bait.

Merret

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Wed Sep 16, 2020 3:06 am

Try to hunt some deers! Be sure about A gun and good scoop, and depending on what I'm hunting, maybe some calls. You don't need all that expensive stuff to be good at hunting. If your hunting deer and have valleys, a four-wheeler would be nice but not sure a necessity. Here you can find more about night vision scope

Maldurr

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Fri Oct 30, 2020 1:45 pm

Oh, I know by myself that students are always short of money. And on this basis, I would advise you to find a hobby or something to do that would bring you not only pleasure but also additional income. For example, it could be blackjack. It is a widespread casino game based on the calculation of values of cards for the determination of a winner. And for an increase the chances for a victory, I advise you to read here https://blackjack-strategy.org/ about strategies in this game.

Brantoni

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Mon Nov 16, 2020 8:46 am

It's cool that you're recommending different casinos as an option for a good extra income, but a potential player should not only believe the first participant of the forum, but really believe the opinion of a professional in this industry. I prefer my choice in favor of the guys from https://vulkanvegas.com/ca/game-demo/animal-quest who give cool reviews on all kinds of casinos and games in them. And mind you, all without advertising, promos and expensive advertising campaigns.

Bertold Schafer

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