How do you pass a large amount of free time?
Well, Now there are lots of choices on the web, books videogames, etc.. when you are free. But I am talking an extended time. For example, when you are free for 10 years, how would you like to pass it? There are parameters of life such as energy, illness etc.,but assume that they won't matter.
Asked By: space - 7/21/2009
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Answered By: Universal Love+Truth - 7/21/2009
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hanging out with friends, always a good time
Answered By: matth3w - 7/21/2009
Get a job
Answered By: Todd - 7/21/2009
what are you in jail or something?
Answered By: Tray - 7/21/2009
I'm into martial arts so I practice my kata to pass the time.
Answered By: Tamahome - 7/21/2009
Traveling. I'd like to go cross country in an RV.
Answered By: thatgirl - 7/21/2009
get a job or some friends or if you have the money, travel around the world
Answered By: Allie - 7/21/2009
Uhm I would like to play video games intensively.
Answered By: Truth - 7/21/2009
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Answered By: Brooke =] - 7/21/2009
Friends, being outside, going somewhere for the day, or watching tv/ movies...waste more time watching a series
Answered By: britannia - 7/21/2009
Live in 10 different countries and learn the language for the 10 years
Answered By: Irem backwards - 7/21/2009
Start a large project. Build something, a shed or a fence or even just an art project. Write a book? Start a photograph journal and go visit many places and take a camera and write notes, visit lots of different places...water, cliffs, rural towns, historical places, put it into a collage of you.
Answered By: eaxred - 7/21/2009
assuming my health and social life remained without major changes, i'd work on making myself as happy as i possibly could. possibly improve relationships, travel, study as much as i could. things which i felt would leave me feeling accomplished and set the ground for the future 'me' to be happy. although the person i... More
Answered By: amyxbabes - 7/21/2009
In 15 years I hope to have: Started college/Finsished college Have a good paying job Met some who I will marry/Be married/have a child Be enjoying my life!
Answered By: Jesus4Eva™ - 7/21/2009
Answered By: the_answerer_returns - 7/21/2009
books. Y!A. eating. watching tv and movies. being with my friends.
Answered By: go read a book. - 7/21/2009
Depends if I have money, then travel and visit museums, natural attractions, amusement parks. If no money, then I'd just sit on the computer and find things to do on the internet.
Answered By: breeze - 7/21/2009
I may decide to give up professional career after some time. Then as suggested, I shall have lot of free time. I intend to spend most of time in traveling to different places. I do not intend to take any big luggage or even lap top with me during such travels. However, I shall visit internet cafes and communicate... More
Answered By: ironman - 7/21/2009
I like to dance. So I signed up for a school dance team, then I'm gonna join a dance club soon. Also since I started getting into volleyball I'll try that too :D
Answered By: Shintetsu - 7/29/2009
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