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Anonymous asked in Games & RecreationHobbies & Crafts · 7 years ago

Lists of hobbies (for a teenage girl)?

Can someone give me a long list of hobbies please, the longest one will get 10pts,

Thanks :]

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    Archery

    Sewing

    Knitting

    Crocheting

    Soccer

    Volleyball

    Baksetball

    Cheer

    Softball

    Horseriding

    Photography

    Coin Collecting

    Film Making

    Musical Instrument

    Singing

    Dancing

    Ballroom Dancing

    Sketching

    Painting

    Sculpting

    Scrapbooking

    Skiing/Snowboarding

    Video Games

    Volenteering

    Make a fundraiser for the less forchunate

    Rock Climbing

    YouTube

    Quilting

    Cooking

    Baking

    Interior Design

    Cake making and design

    Shooting

    Self Defense

    Karate

    Yoga

    Running

    Exercising

    Forgien Language

    Book Club

    Writing

    Bowling

    Tennis

    Acting

    Modeling

    Beadwork

    Biking

    Body Building

    Boating

    Blogging

    Nail Art

    Pottery

    Cosplay

    Swimming

    Zumba

    Tutoring Children

    Stamp Collecting

    Story telling

    Surfing

    Paintball

    Origami

    Metal Dectecting

    Hula Dancing

    Belly Dancing

    Hiking

    Racing

    Canoes/Kayaks

    Chess

    Checkers

    Candle Making

    Fencing

    Hunting

    Ice Skating

    Inventing

    Bird Watching

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  • Seeing that you didn't give any specification beyond "teenage girl", I'll list various hobbits I've had in the last few years, in no particular order (probably won't comply with the average teenaged girl's hobbies):

    Lego

    Drawing

    Browsing the Internet

    Writing

    Sleeping

    Lucid dreaming

    Thinking

    Reading

    Watching TV shows online (such as Doctor Who, My Little Pony or Adventure Time)

    Thinking up (but never executing) comedy sketches

    Video games (occasionally)

    Programming (or what aide learned)

    Music

    Thinking up Rube Goldberg machines

    Making model kits (oh so rarely)

    MBTI (studying it/typing people, I scored INTP)

    Learning about things

    Exploring (as much as I'm allowed, which isn't much :( )

    Biking

    Hiking

    Climbing trees

    Photography (though I can't be bothered to take the camera with me)

    Photo editing

    Making short films

    Bionicle

    Making plans that will likely never come to pass

    Speculating, hypothesizing, theorizing

    Reading and (sometimes) telling jokes

    Looking at cool bugs

    Snowboarding/skiing

    Rock climbing (not often though)

    Collecting junk

    Making things out of junk

    Searching the radio for good music/programs (how sparse they are)

    Designing graphics and t-shirts

    Playing othello

    Sudoku

    KenKen (like a math sudoku)

    Things that (safely) involve fire

    Procrastinating

    Riddles and puzzles

    People watching

    Studying people (these two differ, I swear)

    Making bad situations seem comical

    Pretending (you're never too old to pretend!)

    Conversing with people about interesting subjects (I've recently been trying to improve my coversatiknal and overall social skills)

    Y!Answers

    Arguing (or debating)

    Geocaching

    Watching movies

    Gah, I seem to have run out, though I'm sure there's something else!

    The thing about my hobbies is that only a select few have I kept up, the others are rather sporadic. For example my most recent pursuits have been to become ambidextrous and to learn a language, though seeing that probably neither will come to pass, or become regular activities, none will be true hobbies.

    Anyways, hope this was helpful to whatever you wanted to accomplish by getting these long lists of hobbies. I might edit some in later, if I don't procrastinate too much.

    Source(s): My memory and short attention span
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  • ertl
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Lists Of Hobbies And Interests

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  • 4 years ago

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  • 7 years ago

    Volunteering

    Make a Zine

    Horse riding

    Tennis

    Swimming (lifeguard training, for example)

    Mixing music

    Digital photography

    Rock climbing

    Vlogging or blogging

    Yoga

    Hiking

    Skateboarding

    Skiing, snowboarding (and other winter sports)

    Art classes

    Swing dancing

    Piano, violin, orchestra or singing

    Grab some friends and make a band, or just jam together.

    Become an expert in a type of music

    Become an expert about a genre or theme of film (anime, kung fu, sci fi, etc.)

    Gardening

    Create a webcomic and get some followers

    Make greeting cards

    Martial arts

    Sewing or fashion design

    Soccer, hockey and other team sports, naturally

    Reading (fiction, non-fiction, poetry, short stories, autobio, memoir etc.)

    Learn a foreign language

    Water sports: surfing, water rafting, sailing, power boating, scuba diving

    Scrapbooks

    Mountain biking

    Running (you could train for a marathon even)

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  • 4 years ago

    Mayb Music Dance Art Shopping Baking Gossip Magazines.

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Gaming

    Running

    Acrobatics

    Swimming

    Free running

    Piano

    Clarinet

    Flute

    Oboe

    Trumpet

    French horn

    Bassoon

    Mountain biking

    Climbing

    walking

    Sewing

    Knitting

    Yoga

    Gymnastics

    Karaty

    Judo

    Rafting

    Sailing

    windsurfing

    surfing

    Guitar

    Fiddle

    Hair designer

    writer

    Cook

    Diving

    Drawing

    Reading

    Riding

    writing blogs

    photographer

    Tennis

    Join a band mix music

    inventor

    expert on computers

    expert on animals

    expert on music types

    expert on music as a whole

    Expert on wood (wood work)

    Expert on fashion

    scientist

    mathematician

    Skating ( ice skating)

    skateboarding

    rollerblading

    Biking

    song writer

    You tuber ( you tube channel with weekly or daily videos )

    Dancing

    Street dancing

    Ballet

    Artist

    Hope this helps:)

    Source(s): My brain
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  • 7 years ago

    this isn't a list but my recommendation. DANCE!!!! i danced for 12 years and it is the best, most amazing thing. Takes time and effort but when you nail a move it is the best feeling. Also performing in a recital is incredible and being able to show what you have accomplished is the most amazing feeling in the world. In dance there is a lot of discipline and reward.

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