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Wut should I do to not get bored(read before you reply)?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Okay my dad works in this wonderful place called Sikkim which is a popular tourist place in India and I visited him, I was supposed to go home by tomorrow but the Prime Minister (no politics plz) announced a curfew till 15th April (due to covid 19 damn u Corona virus)in which no one is allowed to go outside. And to make matters worst there's no internet I mean it works only 2 times a day at night after sleeping and at morning before waking up (which I use to check this forum and chat with my girlfriend) and it is very slow. So what should I do to prevent death from boredom?

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1 hour ago, Quibiss said:

There is an ancient form of entertainment called books.

I was going to suggest something but I think this is the best answer...


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Well, playing old 2000's Eroge all days, and I regret it.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
12 hours ago, Quibiss said:

There is an ancient form of entertainment called books.

I only have a few (magazines actually) which I've finished reading and no book store is open

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10 hours ago, atxcyclist said:

I realize the response might be slow, but how do you only have internet twice a day?

I have internet all day but at speeds is 0 to 20 kbps, in the night it goes somewhat above 100 kbps

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Creative writing could be something. 

Look for things to do around the house. Cleaning, repairs, yard work, etc. 

 

Maybe look into wood working if possible, teaching yourself to draw, etc. 

 


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2 minutes ago, Pickles - Lord of the Jar said:

Creative writing could be something. 

Look for things to do around the house. Cleaning, repairs, yard work, etc. 

 

Maybe look into wood working if possible, teaching yourself to draw, etc. 

 

There is no pen and paper and things to do around the house is boring

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1 minute ago, SeAsOn3 said:

There is no pen and paper and things to do around the house is boring

There is ALWAYS something to do around the house. Just like at work there is always something. 

IDK, socialize with your parents, talk with them, see if they have some ideas. Remember, your parents were kids once too. 


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59 minutes ago, SeAsOn3 said:

There is no pen and paper and things to do around the house is boring

You could always use MS Word or LibreOffice's Writer for creative writing or journal keeping. As for what to write, anything and everything: philosophy, boredom, beliefs, living in Sikkim, parents, etc.

 

As for house improvements, would you have any interest in cleaning and cooking? Also, if you have a camera or a decent phone, how about some photography?


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Emulators. If you have a computer or a cell phone, you can play pretty much any game on SNES, GBA, PS1, maybe even GameCube and PSP depending on your phone. There are hundreds if not thousands of incredible games you can play. I plug my phone into the TV and use a bluetooth controller and it's an incredible experience.


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Learn a new skill in something your passionate about.


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You can play Steam games offline, you can download Netflix episodes and watch them offline if you have it. Audiobooks are always good.

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He basically has dialup guys. 


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For years I have lived in these crystal lands. My people were once plentiful. Many of those in my fiefdom revered me. However, one day a calamity hit. The fingers of the devil plucked us from our land, never to return. Now I am the sole heir to the throne. I am Pickles, Lord of the Brine, One of the Jar, Man of Preserves and Last of the Condiments. 

"Everyone is an expert in something. Never approach an interaction thinking someone is otherwise. Knowledge is acquired not earned. Always be humble and wise. Never look down on others for simply being ignorant within your realm of your expertise." ~ Unknown

Stopping by to praise the all mighty jar Lord pickles... * drinks from a chalice of holy pickle juice and tossed dill over shoulder* ~ @WarDance
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On 3/28/2020 at 12:45 AM, SeAsOn3 said:

So what should I do to prevent death from boredom?

  • Workout using your own body weight
  • Play with a dog, cat or any pet
  • Learn a new language
  • Read more books
  • Clean your house

There is more that meets the eye
I see the soul that is inside

 

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