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BlackMage
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Post by BlackMage » 22 Feb 2006 10:47

What are the easiest ways to relax after a hard day of work? I personally enjoy playing a video game or working on a project around the house.

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Post by Eamon Angelface » 22 Feb 2006 12:02

BlackMage wrote:What are the easiest ways to relax after a hard day of work? I personally enjoy playing a video game or working on a project around the house.

I talk with my girlfriend. I also go to the gym. I started that about 5 years ago and its probably the only reason I was able to snag the girl that I have. I would suggest that. I started because I was bored and I saw all my friends pissing their lives and paycheques away at bars and clubs. It's a positive outlet and once it's a part of your routine you'll seriously wonder why you didn't start earlier.

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Post by rick » 23 Feb 2006 09:48

Whiskey.

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Post by Clarissa » 23 Feb 2006 09:50

I either go out to the townie bar here (nothing like a bunch of big Irish guys who like to get you liquored up) or I soak in a bubble bath with a book about something nerdy.

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Post by Seriously » 23 Feb 2006 22:19

<span style='color:maroon'>Drinking, video games and reading.</span>

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Post by Phife » 24 Feb 2006 04:04

Nice glass of scotch (expensive and clean {of course}), playing the guitar, or a good game of Madden football.

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