I firmly believe anyone in a first world country need not be 'bored'.
Livejournal had this feature in their standard profile to connect people with similar interests. My bio consisted of an angsty Rilke quote and defiance against interest tags. Now, as an actual adult, I'm seeing how maintaining a firm grasp and involvement in your interests requires attention and action. I firmly believe anyone in a first world country need not be 'bored'. There is way too much out there.
So here I lay rest, the live journal list of interests that never was:
ACTING, ACTION, ANALYSIS, APPS, AYURVEDA, BEACHES, BLOGGING, BRAIN CHEMISTRY, BRITISH CULTURE, CHEMISTRY, COLOR THEORY, COMEDY, COMMUNITY BUILDING, CONCERTS, CONVENTIONS, COSMETOLOGY, DESIGN, INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, JAPAN, JOURNALING, LITERATURE, MAKEUP, MUSIC, NATURE, NATUROPATHY, NEUROSCIENCE, ORGANIZATION, PHYSICS, POETRY, POP-CULTURE, PRODUCTIVITY, PSYCHOLOGY, READING, REALITY TV, REVOLUTION, ROAD TRIPS, SCHEMATICS, SCIENCE, SELF-ACTUALIZATION, SERIAL KILLERS, SINGING, THE SINGULARITY, SOCIAL MEDIA, SOCIALISM, SOCIOLOGY, SPIRITUALITY, TECHNOLOGY, THEATRE, TRAVEL, TRENDS, THE UK, WRITING