>>14684032 I like gardening. It makes me feel like I'm needed. Without me, the flowers and grass would wither and die. Kind of like pets, but pets usually don't like me, so it's a bit easier to handle.
Also it's quite expensive to get. And after you've trimmed it, then what? Doubt you would look at it that often. Why invest in something from which you get only a few minutes of joy each week? However, I do agree that they can look nice in a proper environment.
>>14684196 Was giving me a boner part of your plan?
>>14683991 I've had multiple cats throughout my life so I can confidently say, that having to take care of someone other than yourself, is fucking annoying and sucks you dry. And cats are mostly going to leave you alone so I somewhat agree.
>>14684032 I think it requires far less manual labor than gardening. My reasons why I thought it'd be a decent /jp/ hobby are the following: -solitary -low effort -done at home, even inside -relatively cheap, you buy it once and then just water it and groom it as you desire -theoretically possible to shape it into a 2hu, or at least a hat
I think growing gourmet mushrooms is the perfect /jp/ hobby.
Because I've adopted many "hobbies" in my years and noticed it usually follows a pattern of
>interest >research on the internet >buying of materials >large focus and use of hobby in the first few days >distraction >tapering off of hobby >lack of longterm hobby-doing
Which is actually perfect for mushrooms Do it all right at first, do the important research and sterilization, buy the spores and put them in a spawn, forget about them, remember you are growing mushrooms, put spawn in a substrate (like a monobox), lose interest and forget about the mushrooms, remember you have mushrooms in your basement/closet, find that they have grown and you can harvest them.
Perfect for a /jp/ You can grow tasty fungi like enoki or shiitake for a nice mushroom dashi, or even grow drugs! Whatever you want.
>>14683954 Bonsai is apparently quite an anal hobby to maintain. I myself thought it would be as easy as planting a seed on a small pot filled with soil and watering it once a day.
Not so at all, once it grows enough, you have to unearth it to cut all the ugly root nips that poke out of the surface and trim it occasionally, if a branch gets diseased, you have to purchase a special paste and spread it so that the tree heals properly, depending on the plant it must be watered at specific times or it'll die...
There's some more stuff that I can't remember off the top of my head, and while none of it sounds terribly complicated at all, it's still not something someone who isn't invested in it can just think to jump in and have success right from the get-go. Things you take for granted for a fully grown tree, you can't for a Bonsai.
>>14686413 I can attest to this, growing mushrooms is a lot of fun, though slightly more effort than you are letting on as you have to check up on them periodically so you don't get sick from eating bad mushrooms which are mainly the fault of a bad setup/poor handling.
>>14693042 Still waiting for someone to make an app where you raise a waifu, Tamagotchi style all the way from toddler, through loli, elementary-, highschool and into an adult. With proper care she'd become a loving housewife, with no care a slutty gyaru.
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