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View Poll Results: You've had a busy week and the weekend is approaching - what is your favourite way to relax?
I go out and party with my crew 9 23.08%
I leave the city and go for a hike - it's the best relax outdoors 2 5.13%
I read a book 3 7.69%
I find something to keep occupied, there is too much work to do to sit back and relax 2 5.13%
I love gardening, especially now that the weather is nice 0 0%
I organize a game with my friends - football, volleyball, etc. 3 7.69%
I do nothing and veg all day in front of the TV 6 15.38%
I head for the gym whenever I have free time 1 2.56%
I spend time with my friends, family and loved ones 7 17.95%
I start planning my next trip to (insert country of choice here) 4 10.26%
I play video games on my Xbox/PS2/computer 2 5.13%
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Old 05-11-2006, 11:30 AM   #41
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Cleaning is also relaxing for me...
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You want to come to Columbus to relax? I've got a whole house that you can "relax" in!

I like to spend the weekends getting together with friends/family/certain loved ones , working in the yard, pretty much anything - just NOT WORK!
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Old 05-12-2006, 08:44 AM   #42
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You want to come to Columbus to relax?* I've got a whole house that you can "relax" in!
HAHAHA!
Jamie, you should have seen that one coming from a mile away!
I'm convinced cleaning is evil... Another words: I like my artistic chaos and unconventional paper fileing system (think gigant stack of paper on my desk). I have a highly sophisticated method for storing my belongings. Come to think of it if/when I'm forced to clean up that's when I can't find anything anymore. Go figure!
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My roommate spilled beer all over my careful stack of papers on the coffee table. Its all good though. Adds character to the boring-ass economic reports I have to read. blah. I think I just wont read them after all.
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HAHAHA!*
Jamie, you should have seen that one coming from a mile away!
I'm convinced cleaning is evil... Another words: I like my artistic chaos and unconventional paper fileing system (think gigant stack of paper on my desk). I have a highly sophisticated method for storing my belongings. Come to think of it if/when I'm forced to clean up that's when I can't find anything anymore. Go figure!
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to that! I too am not a fan of over clean and do enjoy the "cozy" or "artistic" way of life. The truth is, thats just who I am I find cleanlyness uncomfortable.
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My roommate spilled beer all over my careful stack of papers on the coffee table.* Its all good though.* Adds character to the boring-ass economic reports I have to read.* blah.* I think I just wont read them after all.
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um...yeah it was WATER. you should totally hold that against here though. muahahaha. too bad for those economic papers...i woulda liked to have read them
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