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/meta/ + QTDDTOT Anon 02/01/2023 (Wed) 23:15:19 No.4607 [Reply]
Requests, enhancements and all things that don't deserve their own thread. Lets make /comfy/ comfier.
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>>6947 Nprb. I didn't even notice it went missing until I saw your post (since it's a topic I find unpromising for Anons in general. :^)
I wood suggest we shrimply delete any covid threads such as >>6966 straightaway, BO. Obviously the homoglobos will be fearmongering and pandering in overdrive for the next wave they have planned. Why should /comfy/ support their efforts is my view on things?
>>6969 I delete them as soon as I notice them. It have nothing to do on /comfy/ imho.
>>7064 Thanks for asking about this particular issue, I'm really not sure what position to take on this type of subject. Maybe I'm a "too good for this world" person and don't see the evil where it's hidden but I tend to believe that anon is sincere and just needs some kind words (this is what someone may be looking for by visiting /comfy/ and if it may be even a little help, why not). But I remain on my guard because I know that this kind of subject can become quite problematic. So for the time being I prefer to leave the subject open, but if decisions have to be taken with regard to moderation I'll act accordingly if I see that the topic becomes mischievous. To other anons, please stay safe and never let the evil win on you. You'll better than that.
>>7068 Got it BO, thanks. I'll rm my own post b/c I don't want to leave even that content around for some anon to find.

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It's my birthday today, /comfy/ Anon 01/26/2023 (Thu) 11:37:02 No.4118 [Reply]
Yay!
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>>4118 Happy birthday.
happy birthday, anon!
what the heck this is an almost year old thread lol
>>7051 Eh, I guess it's never too late to wish an happy birthday XD
>>7052 Its anon's birthday & 2/3rds!

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Anon 06/01/2023 (Thu) 22:25:51 No.5692 [Reply]
Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century and now number approximately one billion worldwide. They are the principal means of transportation in many parts of the world, especially in densely populated European cities. Cycling is widely regarded as an effective and efficient mode of transportation optimal for short to moderate distances. Bicycles provide numerous possible benefits in comparison with motor vehicles, including the sustained physical exercise involved in cycling, easier parking, increased maneuverability, and access to roads, bike paths and rural trails. Cycling also offers a reduced consumption of fossil fuels, less air and noise pollution, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and greatly reduced traffic congestion.
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>>7005 >and I think if you want a woodcycle, bamboo should be the best option. True. But those men who created that applied some serious style to their work as well. Look at that curve up from the cockpit to the front fender. And the multi-curve for the main hull frame. Nice work tbh.
>>7006 Sure they've put some serious work into it. If I had to build a bambike I could not go this far.
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>>7006 >>7007 If you were to allow for stock wheels and gear system the rest of the bike shouldn't be all that bad.
>>7008 That's really what I imagined when I thought of a bambike. Now I want to try to build one.
>>7010 Rattan is another good option for a material. Of course bamboo is probably easier to source locally, depending on where any given anon is.

Comfy music Anon 12/29/2022 (Thu) 10:22:04 No.45 [Reply] [Last]
What's your favorite album or song to chill out and listen to in its entirety?
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>>6433 Two degrees, eh? Do you plan on going into sound work professionally?
>>6451 Probably not, it's bretty competitive and what jobs there are I think wood probably make me hate audio after a few years, I'm kind of happy just to keep it under my belt as a thing I did that was fun A lot of the things I've learned are cross-transferrable to software engineering and things like that, so that's probably where I'll end up in a few months šŸ˜¶
>>6457 Also to make sure I don't de-rail the thread, one of my favourite soundtracks (not on YouTube or Spotify for whatever reason) https://m.soundcloud.com/zankyou-no-terror I think it was composed by Yoko Kanno
You don't know how much I love this video
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Classic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOggGAAAl-M 恂... 恂恟恗... 恂恟恗ćƒŖć‚¢ćƒ«ć ć‚ˆ. 恂恟恗ē”Ÿćć¦ć‚‹ć‚ˆ... ć‚ćŸć—ć“ć“ć«ć„ć‚‹ć‚“ć ć‚ˆ...

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Anon 12/30/2022 (Fri) 14:56:49 No.869 [Reply] [Last]
What was the most comfiest time in ur life anon?
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I feel like my life peaked before I hit puberty.
>>5628 Same.
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>>869 early 2010's playing ocarina of time on wii vc back when eberrything was easy and fun and i just coasted along
August 2022 in Saint Petersburg
>>5628 Same, after 11yrs if age, eberrything in my life went downhill only.

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Comfy vidya thread Anon 12/30/2022 (Fri) 19:59:59 No.962 [Reply] [Last]
ITT we discuss video games that possess the comfy factor. For me it's all manners of RTS games, taking time to gather resources and build a cool base is great fun. Driving games are cool too, I have fond memories of pic related (although I was pretty bad at it as a kid).
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No one mentioned Ico. I plan to try it soon, looks like a good game.
>>5641 It's berry good, have fun anon.
>>1054 based
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I'm playing Ultima inspired games, since I already played all those. Nox Archaist is mega comfy, also roguelikes like Shadow of the Wyrm. Any recs?? Pic related is shadow
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Anon 08/23/2023 (Wed) 12:57:36 No.6953 [Reply]
Hello, could somebody help me understand the Imageboard webring? Is the project still going on? Iā€™m berry out of the loop on this
Wait a sec I think I kinda get it now
Basically it's a federation of imageboards. What is the current state of the project ? I don't know as I don't use it personally. Maybe ask on >>>/meta/

comfy room 01/26/2023 (Thu) 04:59:50 No.4117 [Reply] [Last]
do you have a comfy room what makes a room comfy how do i make my room comfy also post comfy spaces
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>>6445 Cat is nice.
>>6449 thats what i've mainly been doing for the past cuppla years too :) doesnt work well in my new room though. as it is small and the bed overlaps with the other spaces too much i often find myself stepping on/over it, just laying there all day even though i habe a chair/desk, and making it less often. I feel a bedframe wood solve these issues and create more seperated spaces in a room that seems to blend together thinking of getting a nice sturdy wood one with some presence to it hehe
>>6446 based
>>6623 that sounds bretty comfy is that all you have in the bedroom? what ebook do you have im bretty interested in getting one to do some reading before bed opposed to just mindlessly scrolling
>>6455 agreed. oh cool if i may ask what small town did you use to live in and how was life different there?

Anon 08/11/2023 (Fri) 19:36:57 No.6802 [Reply]
...what a month, huh?
>>6802 What a year, anon.
What a life my guys.
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>>6802 Yeah, what a month...
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>>6864 Uncle Bob and Mr. Rogers are two of my favorites.

Photos/art that remind you of your past Anon 08/08/2023 (Tue) 22:49:55 No.6759 [Reply]
Are there any types of photos or art that remind you of your past? For me, its photos of lonely roads at night lit by street lamps. Growing up, my family took me on road trips across the U.S. and I've lived in a variety suburban neighborhoods, I've seen plenty of empty streets at night. These scenes make me feel at home.

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