How are you handling the boredom?

aguerooooo

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As i live alone and disabled(not complaining) im used to the boredom and loneliness but im a tv fiend and the computer how did we manage without em? And that brings me to thank all at BM Towers I am so thankful to have a forum which is far more giving than just venting anger when City have been the victim of a VAR FCUK up or worse a defeat The most important thing is to except were in a shit mess but not binge watch the disaster unfolding ive used Jamie Oliver to inspire me im trying everything i mean what you do with a half a tomato and banana and a clove of garlic is mind blowing
 

crazyg

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As i live alone and disabled(not complaining) im used to the boredom and loneliness but im a tv fiend and the computer how did we manage without em? And that brings me to thank all at BM Towers I am so thankful to have a forum which is far more giving than just venting anger when City have been the victim of a VAR FCUK up or worse a defeat The most important thing is to except were in a shit mess but not binge watch the disaster unfolding ive used Jamie Oliver to inspire me im trying everything i mean what you do with a half a tomato and banana and a clove of garlic is mind blowing
Simples. Open bin and throw them all in, then phone for a pizza.
 

give it to gordon

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We have 3 white jars for putting in sugar, coffee or tea bags in. The sugar and coffee jars are empty. So every time I make a brew I move the tea bags into the sugar or coffee jars, to annoy the missus. Very childish but it breaks the day up !!
 

Heisenberg's Blue Sky

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Last few days of half-term to go and back to online teaching KS3 - KS5. having the structure of school lessons (we have to stick to lesson timetables and be online for students) has helped including home schooling my own. But for this half-term had to make my own timetable for getting personal shit done. Includes Shaun T (of Insanity fame) T25 workouts, home work outs (dumbbells and resistance bands), DIY, meditation (I'm a lay Buddhist), reading, TV/Films, Xbox One and other bits and pieces with the family. Even started a diary (something I've never ever done). I miss watching City so fuckin much.

Fighting against boredom is the biggest challenge for sure! Tomorrow I'm getting the DSLR out and gonna do a photography project and document the lockdown in photographic images. Right now am drinking beer and listening to Garage music classics with the missus so shit can wait :)

Hope everyone here is winning the battle against boredom.
 

Tuearts right boot

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As i live alone and disabled(not complaining) im used to the boredom and loneliness but im a tv fiend and the computer how did we manage without em? And that brings me to thank all at BM Towers I am so thankful to have a forum which is far more giving than just venting anger when City have been the victim of a VAR FCUK up or worse a defeat The most important thing is to except were in a shit mess but not binge watch the disaster unfolding ive used Jamie Oliver to inspire me im trying everything i mean what you do with a half a tomato and banana and a clove of garlic is mind blowing
I'd willingly take all 3 food items and casserole them up Jamie Olivers casserole
 

nimrod

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Practicing different ways of playing guitar.
Mostly Jazz style now.

I learned how to play the snooker theme music. I learned it years ago but forgot it.

Long walks, usually on the beach. Did 12 kilometers on Thursday.
 

blue44

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just a normal day off for me

done the weekly shop for us and my elderly parents

and been on the piss since 10 am

2 more days off before 4 in

so,the same sunday and monday

thank fk for cheap aldi lager
 

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