What's your favorite way to waste time?

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What's your favorite way to waste time?--Al

-- Al Schroeder (al.schroeder@nashville.com), November 24, 2000


Sleeping. That can waste quite a bit of time.

-- Jen (Winter@nyc.com), November 25, 2000.

There is a favorite way to waste time ? How many choices do I have ? I guess I have no favorites, I have many ways to spend my time doing something that is pleasant for me, I do not consider that it is a waste of time. Maybe some of the side onlookers will declare in emphatic terms that, "He is wasting his time." Now, if you asked how I like to spend my time -- the list is too long to post. Sleep, when desired and needed is not a waste of time to my way of thinking . . . . .crawling in, pulling the covers up and spooning the wife while I drift off to cloud nine -- no waste of time for me. I guess, to each his own.

-- Denver doug (ionoi@webtv.net), November 25, 2000.

Sleeping, reading, web surfing, and shopping. Or getting together with a bunch of females to watch all the movies our men would never watch, like Jaded and Fried Green Tomatoes.

-- AJ (joijoijoi@hotmail.com), November 25, 2000.

I have several really good ones, but currently, Snood is the time-waster of choice.

-- Becky (becky-says@diaryland.com), November 26, 2000.

Hey, I liked Fried Green Tomatoes! Also liked Steel Magnolias, so go figure.

To waste time..hmm, I know time spent doing what you enjoy is not really wasting...but one thing I still enjoy doing during long drives home in rush hour traffic is either singing songs or making pretend speeches on any random topic.


-- Bob (and_if_I_die@hotmail.com), November 27, 2000.

I guess, by going down to the beach at night, stretch out on the sand, and stare at the sky. Or just playing tetris or something of that sort. Or going the long way to get to a place just for the view.

-- Stephanie M. Villafaņe (Steph_rupy@hotmai.com), February 25, 2003.

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