I got 27. Granted they've mostly been passing fads of hobbies. A lot of them on that list are just a little bit old fashioned and boring (and being an old fashioned and boring individual, I'm certain of this). Wouldnt bother with ballroom dancing or collecting, but motorcycling, women and drugs should definitely be on there, as others have said.
I've at least done 32 of them multiple times though far less I would consider a real hobby.
I'd like to submit a motion to strike paintball from the manly hobby record. Real men saw war, they didn't have to play it while reenacting childish games. Cycling would be up on my list as a replacement.
36 over the life counting things as one, but down to less than half now. I laughed when I saw ballroom dancing, but had to include it because my wife had me take lessons for our wedding 30 years ago. I even knitted when a child with my great aunt :rofl: I have to say one of the top ones I miss is Paintball. I started when we just used cow marking pistols to a semi-pro team and was on he "B" squad for the All Americans. I'm really not interested in map finding and being 2nd generation from the Ukraine I know everyone who got out alive. A ship in a bottle is something I may put on the bucket list having built many models as a child. The list is very weak though if you think of all the big hobbies left out like sky diving, scuba diving, fish keeping and breeding, bird watching, Esport gaming and so many from the new cyber age etc. I've always said "try everything" and sometimes that didn't work out so well :crazy: