-Reading -Film -I'd like to say running and swimming but that would be a blatant lie now i'm in my thirties and slowiy morphing into a fat wedge. -Playing guitar (badly) -Expanding my CD collection. I probably buy 10-20 CD's a month, i've never downloaded a song in my life and i don't intend to. I beleive it's not just about listening to the songs, i need to have something tangible, i need to have the CD and look through the artwork and the sleeve notes. I just believe this makes the whole experience of having an album more whole than just a list of songs on a screen.
I could be here all day like most people i suspect. I have a wide range of stuff and the volume of CD's i buy means the majority of them i've never heard any of the songs until i play the disc. This can be risky as you could end up with some complete shite however you usually find some gems or things form genres you wouldn't usually have picked up. Also i think that some aibums require more than one sitting for you to like them, very rare that something grabs me on the first take.