it can be whatever u like blacksmithing 0 Vote up! fooking good shout 0 Vote up! Figure skating. 0 Vote up! +1 for blacksmithing. I have blacksmiths and whitesmiths in the family and would love to learn it. Proper weaving on a loom. Wood carving 0 Vote up! good chat here keep em comin model engineering appeals 0 Vote up! Is Lego a hobby? 0 Vote up! it’s occurred to me that I almost literally never have fun I need a hobby 0 Vote up! I’d count lego as a hobby, but I tend to favour broad definitions tbh 0 Vote up! Nah, I did blacksmithing as a lad, so it wouldn’t be new. It is fun tho’. Paramotoring. 0 Vote up! starting a football podcast would be good 0 Vote up! Podcast ? Been there done that bought the T shirt. Next ! 0 Vote up! What is your podcast, gaga? 0 Vote up! Paragliding or wing foiling 0 Vote up! Watch repairing or beer brewing. 15 years ago it would have been parkour but my knees wouldn’t survive these days. 0 Vote up! parkour looks fun and is very un-me. I like stuff that subverts the concept of me 0 Vote up! Dolls house making. 0 Vote up! What's your podcast about Gaga if not too outy? 0 Vote up! Canicross. I have never even owned a dog; but the notion of running with my canine companion brings out something elemental in me. 0 Vote up! Cultivating orchids. Always loved them. Never got past buying one from the supermarket and watching it slowly die. 1 Vote up! Also. Rollerblading. 0 Vote up! parkour looks fun and is very un-me. I like stuff that subverts the concept of me I had a dream the other night that I could do parkour. 0 Vote up! Peter m88, I’d start small and start by wearing brown shoes with a blue suit rather than incorrectly choosing black I mean 0 Vote up! Assuming I had the time? Because if I had more time I’d devote it to things I already have done but want to do more of. But to run with the OP, if it has to be completely new, hmm, can’t think. Yoga would be useful. 0 Vote up! Tbf though I’ve done yoga. 0 Vote up! Witchcraft. Failing that, starting trans threads on an internet message board. 0 Vote up! In all seriousness, pottery. 0 Vote up! After recently being tapped up for £120 for a kids birthday cake I decided to give the whole baking/decorating thing a go and I've found I'm quite good at it. 0 Vote up! Fencing 0 Vote up! If time is not an issue, cooking. 0 Vote up! It would deffo be an ancient English craft. Dry stone walling Is something I keep meaning to learn. 0 Vote up! My podcast is about the TV series The Office Clergs Has anyone mentioned musical instruments yet .. 0 Vote up! Go and get the guitar 0 Vote up! I wanted to learn piano forever. Nev bought me a piano last year and I started taking lessons from scratch and I’m probably grade 5/6 standard now. i absolutely love it. I only ever wish I could find more time to play and practice. It’s 💯 my fave hobby 3 Vote up! Building and flying a gyrocopter. Depending on how much you like you’re family. 0 Vote up! It would deffo be an ancient English craft. Not that I'll ever retire, but when I slow down a bit a plan to do lots of this stuff. I love all those historical farming recreation shows like Tales from the Green Valley. 0 Vote up! Ah Tales from the Green Valley and Victorian Farm are ace 0 Vote up! Carpentry Handy and all. Or welding. My brother in law welds for fun. Makes extremely heavy duty fire pits and stuff. Made me a jacking plate from a digger bucket blade. V useful hobby and would justify a massive shed.. 0 Vote up! I might listen to your podcast gaggers, I love the Ozz. I can tell which one’s yours from your writing style in the pod intro and episode summaries. 0 Vote up! Proper rock climbing, and ice climbing. 0 Vote up! Well we were the first ever podcast on the UK Office... And we are the biggest . You'll most likely guess who's me and out me but tbh I don't really care... Don't post anything here I wouldn't say under my real name anyway 0 Vote up! The first episode is a bit shyt cos we all were talking over each other but it does get better 0 Vote up! I - or rather my dog - follows a dog called Blodgett on Instagram who lives in Denver and is very accomplished at "barkour". He's awesome. 1 Vote up! "parkour looks fun and is very un-me. I like stuff that subverts the concept of me" Parkour would quite literally subvert the concept of you. For me - kitesurfing or paragliding. 2 Vote up! Yoga is ace. I am quite the hippy these days. Live rock climbing and abseiling. would like to try paddleboarding. Have been watching the kite surfers this week with some envy (and full knowledge that this is very very difficult) 0 Vote up! Gliding 0 Vote up! I am looking at paddleboarding at the moment, to learn on the upper Thames 0 Vote up! Dont think the mole has the draft for even a paddleboard sadly 0 Vote up! can recommend paddleboarding i quite fancy carpentry but doubt I will ever get around to it 0 Vote up! I went gliding once . Fun and interesting but I see it more as something that was great to experience on an ad hoc basis than a regular thing to do all the time . 0 Vote up! Congratulations Gaga. Very impressive. Did you make any money from the podcast? 0 Vote up! Paddle boarding is very easy, there is nothing to it. I would buy a sewing machine and start trying to make some cool things from Liberty and other cool fabrics. 0 Vote up! If fit, I’d actually be ok at parkour - I have good balance 0 Vote up! Laz one of my guilty you tube pleasures is watching epic parkour failz. I think you would be ACE at this. In fact I think a Laz does parkour channel would have 1mio plus subscribers in minutes 1 Vote up! Thanks for that Wang. Never thought of looking for it but I really like it. I think the fact that it is totally self inflicted makes it less uncomfortable viewing. Also, people are surprisingly bouncy aren't they? 0 Vote up! Yes, if someone is doing a sport which is basically "look at me mum, no hands!" then looking at them is entirely legitimate. I award bonus points for style, aggression and using the testicles as a cushion 0 Vote up! Furniture design/making. 0 Vote up! Well, except for I just actually started it a few months ago: flying. Have so far logged about 10 hours. Harder than I expected. 0 Vote up! CW no we did not manage to monetize it. We did run some adverts and got paid a bit but it barely covers the hosting costs 0 Vote up! Not sure if it's really a hobby or just a skill, but celestial navigation would be pretty interesting. 0 Vote up! I did gliding for a few years up at Sutton bank in North Yorkshire. Great fun, but very serious at the same time, as evidenced by the bits of wrecked gliders in the hangers and the four or five memorial stones around the cliff. And getting buzzed at 5,000ft by a couple of RAF Tornados was an erm.. experience. 0 Vote up! Weak lemon drink consumption. 0 Vote up! Learning the drums. I had a revelation last year realising there's readily available software that allows you to drum along to practically any song on an electric drum kit, with the drum track removed. Previously dismissed drumming since I don't want to play in a band, and therefore assumed playing the drums at home in isolation would be quite dull... (as opposed to say the guitar). Plus realising the quietness of electric drum kits means I wouldn't need to build a bunker to play them in. 0 Vote up! I guess gravel biking. 0 Vote up! Sand biking, you mean? 0 Vote up! Watched some jousting the other day. Looked fun. Probably that. 0 Vote up! I mean gravel biking hence use of that word. 0 Vote up! Have just done it. Bought myself a DJ setup (modest Pioneer DDJ-400, existing speakers and amp, new laptop) and am teaching myself to mix. Mainly house and techno. Really enjoying it. Also an excuse to dance around on my own. 0 Vote up! 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