What is your hobby that you like to do post em here (Page 10)
AretoNyx: Creative things, walks in nature, and read to name a few.
Being new here at wire I enjoy looking at the chats and forums.
cornish11: For over 50 years I enjoyed writing poetry/Lyrics2018 November. The greatest gift.
The greatest gift that I ever saw was that smile upon your face
The one that still takes me back to a very special place
A smile that I still recall with real happiness then all around
A smile that always gave me hope if for one second, I felt down
And that smile came from you my Dad-still in that photo to this day
And in my mind, I often see you there-wishing you could come back to stay
And sometimes I reach out to touch you-just to feel you near
While in my thoughts I keep wishing that once again you were here
And although those yesterdays I knew are now far there in the past
My love for you will last forever-while time alone its moving fast
For how could I forget that special smile and-the best friend that I ever had
And although it's just your photo that I see-you will always be my dad.
One not completely fished enclosed.
awesome2010: I collect us coins dating back to washingtons time and i have 53 of 115 roman coins from era of jesus
happymorg: does anyone like asmr here? something like this https://asmrdoc.com/asmr-painting-series/
Johandej: Rebuilding our barn, gardening, chatting. Love to meet new friends. Shame I have little time because I'm a stay home dad.
Corwin: Farting on crowded elevators, then looking to the person next to me and taking a step away from them.
Corwin: Superglueing a Canadian $2 coin to the sidewalk, then finding a park-bench nearby to sit comfortably and laugh at people who stoop over in vain trying to pick it up.
For those who wish to take up this very enjoyable hobby, 5-minute epoxy works the best.
Mix the epoxy and generously cover one side of the coin, place the coin on the sidewalk and stand on it to obscure it from view. Stand there for at least 5 minutes while the glue sets up (pretend to be busy texting on your phone or something).
Then have a seat and enjoy the hilarity. I guarantee the most fun you'll ever have for the cost of $2.
This also works at the pub, at shopping malls, or at the airport if you have to pass the time waiting for a flight.
For all you non-Canadians out there, sadly, this works best in Canada where we have higher denomination coins. If you tried this with a US quarter, people won't be so adamant in their attempts to retrieve that coin.
But a Toonie (a Canadian $2 coin) seems to be worth much more effort... regardless of the fact that they will NEVER scoop up that coin without the help of a hammer and chisel.
I came up with this idea many years ago, and it has been the source of countless hours of entertainment... because... well... I'm a prick.
(Edited by Corwin)