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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    LOL! Oh man...
    dont steal my thoughts
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    Exercise and stay outdoors more, at night you'll be more tired and the desire to go out will disappear.
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    Shaunward, you might look into practicing a musical instrument at night after homework is done. Take up an instrument that you feel attracts you- the violin, french horn, guitar, there's always an unfamiliar instrument that calls us at night. You will not be bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Exercise and stay outdoors more, at night you'll be more tired and the desire to go out will disappear.
    I'm not looking to go out. It rains too much here and I can't rely on getting to go outdoors. Plus I prefer to do outdoor stuff during the day. I figure I'm looking for an indoor hobby, which is why I'm struggling.

    Quote Originally Posted by wren View Post
    Shaunward, you might look into practicing a musical instrument at night after homework is done. Take up an instrument that you feel attracts you- the violin, french horn, guitar, there's always an unfamiliar instrument that calls us at night. You will not be bored.
    I know instruments and have tried to practice. I'm not allowed because of the noise, however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    If tomorrow was the last day on Earth (you were going to die and there's no re-spawns or coming back) besides being busy in the morning, and daytime, how would you spend that last evening?
    that made me think of a poem by Billy Collins. i looked it up and found it in my poetry books;

    Dancing Toward Bethlehem

    If there is only enough time in the final
    minutes of the twentieth century for one last dance
    I would like to be dancing it slowly with you,

    say, in a ballroom of a seaside hotel.
    My palm would press into the small of your back
    as the past hundred years collapsed into a pile
    of mirrors or buttons or frivolous shoes,

    just as the floor of the nineteenth century gave way
    and dissapeared in a red cloud of brick dust.
    There will be no time to order another drink
    or worry about what was never said,

    not with the orchestra sliding into the sea
    and all our attention devoted to humming
    whatever it was they were playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaunward View Post
    I'd sell everything I own, borrow as much money as I could at any interest rate, then probably go out on my own terms due to something like a cocaine overdose.

    People who live each day like it's the last have a terrible sense of chronology. "Carpe diem" is a fundamentally flawed idea.
    I'm not sure if the first part was serious or not, but the way I look at the whole thing is balance: you can either wait all you want for some imaginary finish line to do the things you really want to do, or you can stare, smell, and think about a flower for all day for all eternity.

    Personally, I fixed this issue a few years ago when I found that balance and nowadays, I'm practically never bored.

    Either way all the answers lies within you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    I'm not sure if the first part was serious or not, but the way I look at the whole thing is balance: you can either wait all you want for some imaginary finish line to do the things you really want to do, or you can stare, smell, and think about a flower for all day for all eternity.

    Personally, I fixed this issue a few years ago when I found that balance and nowadays, I'm practically never bored.

    Either way all the answers lies within you.
    Yes, I've already alluded to that balance. I appreciate your intent, but at best, it seems you've used an extreme question to illustrate something I already demonstrated understanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post

    Either way all the answers lies within you.
    You want to have sex with me now or what ?
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