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Punting a Hobby

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Who classes punting as a hobby? like stamp collecting or a different type of bird watching!!

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Who classes punting as a hobby? like stamp collecting or a different type of bird watching!!

Once was a hobby, now is a way of life. I arrange my work location around where I like to punt.

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Consumes large amounts of time and money and nothing to show for it after except good memories.

Sounds like a hobby to me :rolleyes:

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I class it as my other sport.

It requires a bit of skill & technique, strategy& tactics (with some WGs anyway) to make the game last until fulltime, and expenditure of a bit of energy

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I class it as my other sport.

It requires a bit of skill & technique, strategy& tactics (with some WGs anyway) to make the game last until fulltime, and expenditure of a bit of energy

Aye!

And a nice game it is.

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I wish it was a hobby,

for me, it's more of an addiction :mad:

and since we now live in an age of computors, it has got worse...

oh too much choice, too much temptation...

How can anyone resist?

Be honest guys, as soon as the coast is clear, are'nt you just scrolling through escort relaed sites?

I know I certainly am...

Perhaps I need counciling, or a holiday at the Priory perhaps :rolleyes:

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My doctor told me I needed to find something to occupy my time. Well I have.

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Who classes punting as a hobby? like stamp collecting or a different type of bird watching!!

Maybe a few more examples may of helped the cause but come on stamp collecting and birdwatching might segregate your audience a little.

try golf or squash it may open the field a little.

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Most definitely a hobby/interest call it what you will.

As for how much money and time it consumes I know people who will spend a small fortune travelling to Scotland or Cornwall or wherever just to see or travel behind a certain railway engine!!!

Funny thing is though they think I'm sad because when they ask me what I did on my day off I just say "oh not much, err stayed at home mainly, err did a few jobs around the house ,etc", when what I want to say is "well I travelled across central England to a great massage parlour I discovered via punternet and had a fantastic time with a sexy lady in a warm room with adult movies playing on a massive plasma TV, while you stood on a draughty cold platform with a tramp begging you for change photographing some train with a passenger display telling you the 14:22 is cancelled!!!"

Having said that if they have a job or private income and are not harming anyone I fully support their right to do whatever they want, just as we as punters/wgs want to be left alone to do what we want (Harman, bindel and co take note).

After all in many ways punting is like train spotting. I.e. Went to Mega Massage last week and saw numbers 38E-23-36 we had a good shunt and then my safety valve went off so we had to uncouple:D

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Only similarity to stamp collecting IMHO is you lick things.

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If I go to a new area for whatever reason I don't just check out the local pubs and restaurants anymore.

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Not so much of a hobby more of a comfort and a reasurance that I can have sex again. :rolleyes:

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Maybe a few more examples may of helped the cause but come on stamp collecting and birdwatching might segregate your audience a little.

try golf or squash it may open the field a little.

I was thinking of wargaming and model railways myself :rolleyes:

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I was thinking of wargaming and model railways myself :rolleyes:

An athlete like you, that I doubt. :mad::D

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Who classes punting as a hobby? like stamp collecting or a different type of bird watching!!

When you're in a marriage, punting becomes more like an occupational hazard :rolleyes:

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Of course its a hobby, and every man should have a hobby, it keeps him out of trouble!! :rolleyes:

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Well if it ins't a hobby what is it? it certainly is not a chore...

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It's not something I'll be putting in the 'interests' section of my CV!! :rolleyes:

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Definitely a hobby, albeit a very addictive one.

Yes its costly, but so's a season ticket to the footy and I retain better, clearer memories about old punts than footy matches from a couple of months ago.

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Yes, I'd say so, but I've tended to view sex in general as a hobby, with punting just being another aspect of it!

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For me it's not a hobby so much as an occasional health maintenance activity.

Every so often I develop a serious need to get my rocks off. The wife won't oblige, and the hand has its limitations too.

Hence punting.

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For me it's not a hobby so much as an occasional health maintenance activity.

Every so often I develop a serious need to get my rocks off. The wife won't oblige, and the hand has its limitations too.

Hence punting.

Hmm, yes, I'm getting towards that state too - I'm meant to be "retired" these days but ... it's very tempting.

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