I watch subtitled anime, read brick-sized fantasy novels, and spend far too much time trawling the internets. I like to cook experimentally: making food I've never attempted before, and splicing together different recipes for a (hopefully) better end product. About half of the meals I make could be presented with the announcement, "It's an experiment!"
The other hobbies I can think of haven't gotten much use lately. Things like piano practice, maintaining my herb garden (my poor plants!), exploring the back paths and roads in my neighbourhood that are less familiar, drawing, and making stuffed toys.
CadetMKultra wrote:No gardeners, pot farmers, ant farmers, horseback riders, dog show enthusiasts, cock fighters, matadors, bonsai pruners, orchid collectors, not even anybody who admits to breeding lice in their hair. Very interesting.
Well, I enjoy growing carnivorous plants, that's like gardening that eats stuff....
I like gardening that I can eat stuff from. Once I get a backyard that is not
concreted (*grumble-grumble*) I want to have a couple of fruit trees as well as my usual cooking herbs.
Carnivorous plants are pretty cool, but I've killed them all off pretty fast the two times I've attempted growing some sundews, venus fly traps, and pitcher plants. I'm pretty bad at keeping things that don't remind me when they need attention, like my friend Catherine does.