Carl Sagan, Joe Rogan, the dude who discovered DNA, Stephen King who produced his greatest work on coke and booze say hello and phuck you, you misinformed, straight edger kunt.
I would be surprised if Joe Rogan claimed that pot was one of his passions in life though. Just because you enjoy doing something, doesn't mean it should be a passion.
It's pretty sad if drugs is honestly a 'passion' of yours. I'm fairly certain you are trolling with all of this unnecessary aggressiveness, but if you aren't, you really need to assess your life and try to see where you went wrong.
Sports (basketball, tennis, football, and working out mainly). School (more specifically math/physics/engineering, but I like learning about everything) Media (Books, TV shows, video games [WoW, Starcraft II, and COD mainly], movies, music)
I kind of cheated by using broad terms, but I couldn't help it- I love so many things and basically do those things every day, lol.
Edit- didn't know we were including stuff like loved ones- gf, family, animals, and friends would be in there too! Thought it was purely an interest in subjects-type thing.
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I definitely want to make a difference in a city I've lived in and because of that passion, I've volunteered, and now I am considering studying law and going into politics.
Another passion of mine is writing. I've written songs, short stories, shit... I've even got a couple half finished novels laying around my room. I really need a new typewriter because that's what I love to use for my material.
The third one is being the prototypical, extremely interesting, socially adept guy that everyone gravitates to. I know it sounds weird, but I used to be the worst at doing anything social. I know that in order to be successful in life, I need to network and I want to be able to do that exceptionally well.
I know there's a typo somewhere in here, posting from a phone so sorry just in case guys.
1. Video Games (i've been hooked ever since I was 5 playing SMB)
2. Computers (Decided to make it my career by going back to school for Network Engineering)
3. Hitting the gym (Brought me out of a depressed state a few months ago, addicted to the endorphin rush I get when I'm leaving)