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Taking easy classes and about to have a semester off, should I just get fucked up a lot?

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- Sun, 21 Jun 2020 21:48:24 EST g7IeGvbQ No.534999
File: 1592790504384.jpg -(36959B / 36.09KB, 511x468) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Taking easy classes and about to have a semester off, should I just get fucked up a lot?
The classes I am taking are piss easy due to it being online, and I am planning on the taking the next semester off. So, my question to all of you is, should I just party and get fucked up as much as I can?

Besides work and my gf, I don't really have any other responsibilities whenever I take a semester off. I am also pretty sure I won't get an opportunity much like this again until I transfer to uni. ( Currently finishing my associates at a community college.) I was thinking about picking up a hobby or something when I have all this free time but I don't really know where to start. I am also worried about not getting into the groove of things whenever I start school again with much harder classes.
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Edward Fongerwater - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 03:56:58 EST 1SSFeKJF No.535004 Reply
>>534999
Do you do anything for your fitness? Take up running or lifting or something maybe. It won't be a huge time sink when you get back to uni and will require/practice a little discipline. But not too much. It'll also provide some fringe benefits when you get back to life. I say running or lifting because it's about competing with yourself and you get into the habit or working away and making improvements even if you start crap which is a good mindset to have going into college again.
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Betsy Seggledale - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 07:42:44 EST /E2lK55F No.535005 Reply
Yeah man +1 for don't let yourself get sicker, keep your physical fitness up.
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Dick Biggler - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 12:24:40 EST g7IeGvbQ No.535010 Reply
>>535004
Honestly don't know what I didn't think about this. Running everyday doesn't sound bad at all.
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Edward Fongerwater - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 14:22:44 EST 1SSFeKJF No.535011 Reply
>>535010
You don't even need to do it every day. Though going for a very short jog on "Off" days will help. If you're really new to it your first few runs will just be "when it stops hurting" after that 3 times a week is a good pace.

Do prelimary run and see what you can do then set goals after that.
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Archie Hozzlebit - Wed, 24 Jun 2020 08:43:16 EST O1E8SiQM No.535046 Reply
>>534999
what field are you in? I am using the extra time to study like crazy because i don't feel like our course adequately prepares us for work and i think i can use the time to prepare myself
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Fanny Gannerwitch - Thu, 25 Jun 2020 21:23:56 EST y0iK7Iy7 No.535089 Reply
>>534999
Getting fucked up is never the answer.

t. I used to get fucked up
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Charlotte Blatherville - Thu, 25 Jun 2020 21:25:36 EST NEWuiYpp No.535092 Reply
>>535089
>Getting fucked up is always the answer.
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>t. I am fucked up

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