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Things to do when bored.

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#1 Zekaer


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Posted 28 July 2005 - 12:23 AM

I was just wondering what you guys do when your bored and what other computer forums do you visit?

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#2 Pandy



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Posted 28 July 2005 - 12:29 AM

When I am bored I like to read a good story.. or cook something yummy.

Some other forums I like are.. Calendar of Updates, Net-Integration, Spywareinfo, Tom Coyote.. just to name a few.

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#3 Lanscader


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Posted 28 July 2005 - 01:09 AM

Here's a quote from one of my friends' lists of what to do when you have too much free time:

"Go to Goodwill and find a single shoe. Attempt purchase. If successful, place in middle of road, soak in gasoline, and light on fire. Observe driver reaction."

"Go to Taco Bell, put a dime on the counter, and say, 'I wanna whopper'.
'Um, sir? We don't sell whoppers'
'I wanna whopper!'
'Sir, we don't sell whoppers'
'Give me my whopper!'
'I'm sorry, but I'm going to have to ask you to wait outside.'
(From outside) 'I'm still waiting for my whopper!'"

*NOTE* Do not attempt any of the above *END NOTE*

On a serious note, I surf GameSpot and HowStuffWorks.com. Sometimes I go to cnn.com to check up on space, science, and technology news.

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#4 flann


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Posted 28 July 2005 - 06:51 AM

I really like to watch dvd's when I'm bored. I have found that tv shows on dvd are much better than on tv. I watched the entire first season of 24 in two days, although it left me wondering, "how many times can one person get kidnapped in 24 hours"

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