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    Talking What is your best source of Entertainment

    I am Chris hunt a Student.We have done plenty of work in a day. After finishing the work we want some entertainment. some people watched movie & TV shows. For me whenever I was free I watch comedy movies.
    what do you say about this.

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    It always changes. Some months I'm occupied by dating and socializing a lot, some months I'm into basketball, some months reading, and others movies/tv shows/anime. It's always good to change it up.

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    Booze and a good book, sorted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supremedarkness View Post
    It always changes. Some months I'm occupied by dating and socializing a lot, some months I'm into basketball, some months reading, and others movies/tv shows/anime. It's always good to change it up.
    Like you, my quest for entertainment changes with whatever mood I am in, so I'll list my top six sources of entertainment (keep in mind, they change places with my whim, except #1 & #2):

    1. Being with my wife
    2. Creating artwork (a business and hobby rolled into one for me)
    3. Hanging with family/friends
    4. Watching TV/movies/NFL or college football
    5. Reading
    6. Posting in great forums such as this one (yes, I am a suck up)
    Last edited by Action Avenue; September 14th, 2012 at 04:32 PM. Reason: clarity

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    My job... I am a teacher and teach children age 6-11'ish.

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    Today it has been gardening, bizarrely enough. There's something about standing back at the end of a day's hard work and saying "look, I did that!" that I just don't get in my day job.

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    Home-made music. Guitar, harp, cello, recorder, voice -- it hardly matters. Friends, a song and a half-filled bottle make for a fine evening indeed.
    Last edited by Window Bar; September 17th, 2012 at 12:11 AM.

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