I get this extreme boredom where no matter what I do my mind is not fully involved and this part of me that is always depressed is talking down everything - but that's not boredom, that's psychotic. I inflict myself on the forum hubbers and try to annoy tantrum!
Depends on degree of boredom... if its like in class boredom which is the worst then I look at peoples faces and try to come up with which animals they resemble. Also, I look for things out of place in classrooms, listen for te letters teachers can't pronounce, and I read all the quotes on the wall. When I am not being tortured by pointless droning of teachers: I hike, skinny-dip,do random dares in Walmart, throw parties(I threw a penis party and 70s throwback last year), raquetball, take roadtrips for a day and see where I end up, watch random music videos and try to immitate the dance moves, download music, randomly ask someone out, poll strangers on embarrasing questions such as masteurbation habits ... basically anything stupid and pointless thats not quite jack-ass level but has bypassed the 6th grade version of truth or dare.
I truely enjoy my solitude and don't get enough of it lately. But upon the rare occasion when I get a little bored there are always plenty of things to do: scrub the toilet, wash dishes, clothes, car. Read, write, exercise, needlework, organize something etc. always too much to do and not enough time to really get bored. Dixie W
Wow...with a two year old active boy, I'll never get bored!!However, sometimes I do feel bored, so I just turn on the music and dancing along with my son, we even dancing to the alphabet song ).Or we just strolled around the downtown, whenever the wheater allowed us too.
Just a broad question really, has the internet become boring? It feels like the internet used to be dominated by discussion (anonymous) and humour, and the outright weird. Now it feels like the internet serves primarily as a means of news consumption, for shopping, or for work based programs in the...
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