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Im good at video games. Wanted to become an near future eSports player since people said I'm good and have the talent for it but I'm not sure if I want to grind a game 10 hours a day anymore at age 21. Playing games for a living made me feel like a loser anyways.

Maybe 3D modelling and game design of worlds, lighting, cinematics etc.? I planned to visit CS in uni and get on with programming after my college as it took my interest and self taught it for a bit.

I grew up indoors with games so all of my perks lie in the computer.
 
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As the saying goes, "...master of none" that's me. I get good at something then I lose interest and move on. That pretty much applies to every aspect of my life. I have so many hobbies and projects its insane. If given the chance I'll try anything. So, I guess that's what I'm best at, acquiring hobbies.
 

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Eating without getting fat lol. And I would say I'm good at art! And being creative
 

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Well, I used to be good at pretty much everything. I usually pick up something very fast. Thing is, I don't excel at anything really. Unless you count getting into trouble.

Some of my past interests include bodybuilding and general physical feats of strenght, archery, baseball, bit of american football, martial arts, endurance running, miniature models, dancing (shush 😜)
 
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Like Richard I was good at a lot... mechanics, building things, fixing things, making something useful out of junk.

Unlike Richard I'd never do body building. I'd rather build a stone wall than lift weights. It never made sense to work so hard and get no work accomplished. I'd have the same result but in the end I'd have something to show for the effort.
 

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How about healthy food art?
So I haven't had any red meat in a couple of days and I have yet to get pissed off at things that would normally piss me off. Is that a coincidence, you think? No red meat to feed the beast...the beast goes dormant. Im just saying 🤔
 

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So I haven't had any red meat in a couple of days and I have yet to get pissed off at things that would normally piss me off. Is that a coincidence, you think? No red meat to feed the beast...the beast goes dormant. Im just saying 🤔
Hmm...no. I'm not buying it. Placebo effect. If you feed me a cheeseburger right now, I'll be as quiet as a purring kitten 😉
 

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Hmm...no. I'm not buying it. Placebo effect. If you feed me a cheeseburger right now, I'll be as quiet as a purring kitten 😉
Maybe so. But a purring kitten can be stirred to attention and ready to pounce at the slightest thing
 

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