What are your hobbies /fit/?
Looking for something to do in my spare time, as I just play video games.
2. Playing Harmonica
3. Learning to code
4. Learning norwegian
5. Learing some CAD programs
6. Reading books
>History. Especially the Cold War
mfw I try to pick up grills in the gym with Cold War trivia
>Practice guitar and write some music if I can
This is my life five days a week. Pretty sad.
oh, is this a sad thread?
>go to school
>go to work
>browse internet while at work
>sit on ass again
>go home and sleep
I do have this place I can go to for some tabletop games but I suck at the games and the people there lately haven't been too fun to be around, myself included obviously.
Literature and film. Lit mostly philosophy and classic lit. Film like GOAT directors such as Ingmar Bergman. I also smoke weed a lot and I'm a virgin.
>BJJ, currently Blue Belt
>Read a lot
>Cinema (really like mid XX centuty movies, Kurosawa, Fellini, etc)
Wanna pick up this summer
>Rock climbing (bouldering or something)
>>coding with phyton,UML,C
you know how I know you're full of shit?
This is a list of the films I want to watch again when I'm finished and watch more films by the same director
Körkarlen (Victor Sjöström)
Battleship Potyomkin (Sergei Eisenstein)
Metropolis (Fritz Lang)
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (F. W. Murnau)
City Lights (Charlie Chaplin)
M (Fritz Lang)
L'Atalante (Jean Vigo)
Orphée (Jean Cocteau)
Jeux interdits (René Clément)
La strada (Federico Fellini)
Le notti di Cabiria (Federico Fellini)
Witness for the Prosecution (Billy Wilder)
The Cranes Are Flying (Mikhail Kalatozov)
Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock)
North by Northwest (Alfred Hitchcock)
La dolce vita (Federico Fellini)
Last Year at Marienbad (Alain Resnais)
Otto e mezzo (Federico Fellini)
Fail-Safe (Sidney Lumet)
Repulsion (Roman Polanski)
Blowup (Michelangelo Antonioni)
Belle de Jour (Luis Buñuel)
Rosemary’s Baby (Roman Polanski)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (George Roy Hill)
Five Easy Pieces (Bob Rafelson)
The French Connection (William Friedkin)
Walkabout (Nicolas Roeg)
Solyaris (Andrei Tarkovsky)
Sleuth (Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
The Day of the Jackal (Fred Zinnemann)
El espíritu de la colmena (Víctor Erice)
Day for Night (François Truffaut)
The Holy Mountain (Alejandro Jodorowsky)
The Conversation (Francis Ford Coppola)
Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (Chantal Akerman)
Picnic at Hanging Rock (Peter Weir)
The Passenger (Michelangelo Antonioni)
Eraserhead (David Lynch)
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Steven Spielberg)
3 Women (Robert Altman)
Cet obscur objet du désir (Luis Buñuel)
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Philip Kaufman)
Die Blechtrommel (Volker Schlöndorff)
Ordinary People (Robert Redford)
Das Boot (Wolfgang Petersen)
The Right Stuff (Philip Kaufman)
Repo Man (Alex Cox)
Paris, Texas (Wim Wenders)
Brazil (Terry Gilliam)
Blue Velvet (David Lynch)
Der Himmel über Berlin (Wim Wenders)
Lifting, Vidya, Reading/Writing, bowling if my friends are around, going to try picking up German sometime soon.
I wasn't knocking it. I've been using codecademy for a while now and I'm going into computer science this fall. I just didn't realize how popular it was here.
>tfw scared I won't find a decent job after college
I work as an S&C coach, which is like getting paid for a hobby. Outside of work I do Judo, Muay Thai, I'm learning French as I'm looking at moving there, and I like films and writing training manuals.
I can't recommend Judo enough to people. If you're at all interested in contact sports, it's absolutely fantastic.
>tfw when i'm a developer at red hat with no degree
ultimate plebeian, listing Spielberg but not Bergman
i am offended
it's not coding. you can't do anything useful with uml, and CASE is dead.
you're almost certainly using it to diagram and not writing raw uml. you aren't using it algorithmically, either. how does it qualify as "coding"? would you call html "coding"?
also, lol at eclipse and c/python. learn emacs, or vi, or use atom, or something.
>People don't give a shit about your college degree if you just graduated, they only want experience.
>10 years down the road, you have tons of experience but you hit a glass ceiling because you don't have a degree
This shit is retarded. I'm graduating with a CS degree next month and am currently looking for work. Good luck m8.
>want to play D&D
>tried to convince my friends to try it and they thought I was joking and laughed hysterically
>tried to go join a game using a website that shows local D&D groups
>smelly neckbeards that are insufferable to be around and think less of me since I'm a seemingly normal person
Shit's the worst.
>go to class
>go to class
>be a huge movie nut, yet never given much effort
>been like this all my life, kid, teen, adult
>end up knowing mor than i want about who/what/how/when
films isnt a fucking hoppy -.- neither is videogames, "inb4 esports leaguge hurrdurr rank10-20 some gay ass game where most people are complete NEETs and doesnt differ much at all compared to the average gamer that spends time 1-2 hours a day at most
>but muh hardcore
This is too true. It's a great hobby, but the people that surround it are fucking toxic. There are good people that do it, but they're few and far between.
I'm lucky in that I play with a bunch of friends, but now uni is over. Everyone is scattered so we do it online, a lot more awkward, not as chilled.
If you're in SFL I'm looking for a few good men to get a mcguffin from a place
It used to be, personally I'm a fan of the newest edition
I like the models and the lore, not bug on actually playing the game, and out of thise you mentioned only infinity is kinda not crap
>>only infinity is kinda not crap
> a balanced game with low model counts
> a game that maintains balance and completely changes army playstyle by replacing one $12 model
this is what gamesworkshopfags really believe
>bretty good at 3D modeling
>starting to learn programming cuz i want to start studying CS in uni after highschool in 2 years
>watching vidya streams cuz my internet is too shit to play
>basketball in the summer
>used to ride scooters but still quite good at it
I really don't care about the mechanics enough to think it's a good game when the lore is bad and the models are extremely unappealing
We clearly look for very different things in a game
I suggest watching Umberto D. It's an Italian neorealism film made in the postwar period. I'm not going to pretend I'm a connoisseur, but I had to take a film class and that particular made me feel.
I have! It's a good one. What other ones did you watch?
It was just a general survey class for credits, but we watched some interesting stuff. Obvious stuff like Citizen Kane, an experimental Soviet film made a few years after the October revolution, some French New Wave films, and some other experimental film including one by Dali that was really cool. I'd like to look more into some of this stuff like you are some day.
I like to read, play video games a little, play guitar, play drums, hang out with my fwb and draw (pic related hopefully it doesn't flip I'm on mobile)
I have 2-3 in total friends who I can do things like that. Don't think I'd like to could cope with going alone and getting the stares, although I guess you'd just get used to it.
Shitposting on an online Chinese rice trading emporium
I wish I could say study, but I haven't done a tap this semester...