Unusual hobbies



For a few years it was trying to burp the chorus of ‘Substitute’ by The Who. Eventually achieved it but was left without a hobby for a while.

I then took up trying to put on a t-shirt by throwing it up in the air, holding my arms up, and letting it fall into place. That’s been the last year or so but, to be honest, I’ve made absolutely no progress and think it might be impossible.

Might give up and try something else.
 

Seaham Towny

Striker
Sticker books when the time comes.

I log different beers on Untappd.

I’m probably far too in to FPL.

Suppose it’s all perception. Few of my mates love mountain biking and go different places on weekend to just ride up and down hills.I find this weird…
 
For a few years it was trying to burp the chorus of ‘Substitute’ by The Who. Eventually achieved it but was left without a hobby for a while.

I then took up trying to put on a t-shirt by throwing it up in the air, holding my arms up, and letting it fall into place. That’s been the last year or so but, to be honest, I’ve made absolutely no progress and think it might be impossible.

Might give up and try something else.
Tremendous
 

Jon Dough

Winger
Analyse evidence of the Loch Ness Monster with other crypto-zoologists and renowned experts in this field.
I used to subscribe to fortean times, used to be very interested in cryptids, been to every country the himalayas touches and always kept an eye open for yeti, never seen hide nor hair, still got a waning interest in Britain's supposed ABC population but the cryptids world attracts some genuine nutters.
I used to do taxidermy, and wanted to shrink a human head as a kid, small wonder I was thought odd at school.
 
Can you recommend a book of cryptozoology for a bright 13 year old? Most seem a bit rubbish with little detail.

In Search Of Lake Monsters, by Peter Costello, though old, has a thorough look at cryptoid sightings across the globe.

If you want one about Nessie in particular, the simply titled Photographs Of The Loch Ness Monster goes into great detail, and explores the pros and cons of evidence up to the present day.
 

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