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Anon 11/13/2021 (Sat) 21:26:26 No.6092 [Reply]
What was the most comfiest time in ur life anon?
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>>6821 Yes we do
>>6821 Why not?
>>6821 i did my time alone lol
Quarantine was bretty good, got laid off so I got some warhammer minis and painted while receiving government checks.
>>6821 Rood

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Dreams thread, the /comfy/ awake in the sleep Anon 05/27/2020 (Wed) 07:38:01 No.1181 [Reply]
It begun with a small tale of an old man dressed in eastern clothes, how he described the actions of a hero who never returned. As he was speaking actions of martial arts and combat were in the background, sketches of them, until he names the title of the event entuthiastically, where the characters strike a pose and the art gets detailed in the middle of the screen. The last segment of it there was a map like thing, it showed the progress that was made in the story, the last bit the protagonist made was on a boat that was turned upside down, the bodies were floating under it. For eberry step before it, a small scene wood happen in the map, the last scene had the hero pushing over the giant baron from a cave and going to the coast to get to his their boat Before getting out of the sea, there were two demons protecting a pagoda thing in a berry abrupt cliff with a thin bridge. One of them had one arm as the wing of a dragon and red, he protected the door, the other one was green and had tenctacle like hair and protected the bridge. The villain in the tower always has a story of where the characters that dissapointed him are thrown to a pit where the character's mother died. it consists of a destroyed staircase where the way out is by jumping to the cliffs that have been separated. Many just end up falling to their deaths. And in one point, the red winged man gets sent to it, tries to get out, only for some force to slap him on the head and his skull to hit a wall and slides to his death There is also at one point a baron of hell like creature emerging from one giant hole, only his head is seen, but it's huge and hides the sun in a moment. The sky was dry orange and the ground was like the grand canyon. Imagine Mario Kart 64's Yoshi's Canyon with all the roads being small and falling from them sending to your doom, it was like that but with more highs and lows, a pagoda/eastern castle hidden between the mountains, and small bridges and ropes connecting small locations The appeal of the story is that it was narrated by anons from one imageboard since many years and as it went on it got expanded. story of one man who went to the island of twisted cliffs and canyons to get revenge at those who killed his mother. The visuals were similar to those old greek myth movies from the 50s. The character may've worn a torso armor that only covered his torso, and brown leather shorts, but he did look like a greek warrior from those movies with his hair curled and an absolute unit. Unrelated, I was stuck on a high tree at some point, like 20 meters tall. I asked a man down there if he could call the firefigters for help. I descended with a rope tight in my waist. When I got to the ground the sky was oddly clear, a colour combination between light blue and chrome. I came across an old man, we exchanged some letters and he gave me the name for a writer of a book. then I walked to the horizon where there was more light blue/chromed things, probably a city, probably a pier. probably a path in the middle of the water, probably a path with the waters next to it and leading to the city. Been a while since I had dreams like this, I think it's due to practising something I like to call "Musical Visualisation" where I imagine a setpiece, scene, or environment from the music I'm listening. This time it was pic related, I think getting to focused on Corona-Chan's journey is letting me forget the things I was capable or I am capable of.
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>>6765 I recently had a dream where I was driving around some forested area, but have no specific memories of the model of car . A real dream car like that. From what I remember of looking at the console, it might have been an older model Volvo.
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I had a dream about this place. Never been there in my life, never even seen what it looks like, until just now when I saw a picture and realized >hey, I was there! Kind of spooked right now, bros. Anybody else been here in your dreams?
>>6808 Btw it's Casablanca in Morocco, apparently. Do I have to go there now?
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>>6810 Yes, as soon as possible. Pack up your bags and eberrything else you'd want to bring.
>>6811 But what do I do when I get there?

animu thread Anon 05/02/2020 (Sat) 17:11:35 No.640 [Reply] [Last]
Post here whenever you finished watching an anime. I'm very new to it so I don't think I could fit on /animu/, less /a/, so I figured I may make a thread here. Watched pic related recently, it was very neat but I didn't like the ending a lot, seems like the rewards Chihiro got were too given at the palm of her hand there. Other than that it was pretty neat and reminded me to care about your friends.
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>>5254 Wut that?
>>5257 It seems to be a famous series, or so i say because it's berry rare to have japanese live-action series in my area and that one appeared in two open-air channels, but late at nite. The basic premise is random people having specific troubles on a random day of their lives and needing to go somewhere, so they grab a taxi driven by that dude from that cab company that can reach a destination sometime shortly in the past aka it's a brief time machine, but it's all played as it is a normal thing to do or to happen. Other than the particular affinity to feminize young males i found it to be pretty decent and light-hearted, if wholesome at times hence why i suppose they threw it late at nite on an educational channel. It's kinda like Bernard's Watch but more focused on a teenager/young adult audience, or at least that was my impression after seeing two episodes AND thinking the japanese don't make taxi shows all the time.
>>5259 stream where?
I finished the whole Grisaia series. It's pretty good if you ignore the fanservice in the first few episodes. Bus arc is great, movie+second season is also great imo, and I liked the sorta spin-offy movies after the 2nd season.
>>3865 I'm currently Yuru Camp, and I find it pretty comfy.

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Visualizing Anon 05/05/2020 (Tue) 22:48:14 No.766 [Reply] [Last]
Tell me about your ideal comfy life. >ideal house >ideal gf >ideal source of income >ideal country to live in >ideal average day
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>ideal house tiny little apartment with a balcony and that allows pets >ideal bf supportive, long dark-haired and will help me get out of my comfort zone >ideal source of income film director or generally anything in content creation >ideal country to live in move to jp or stay in the usa >ideal average day 7:00 wake up, make breakfast 7:30 eat breakfast with husband then go to the shower 8:00 hair and makeup 8:30 walk to work work work work 5:30 walk home, be greeted by husband 6:00 make dinner and watch a movie 7:30 go on a bike ride with husband

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>>829 >to release tension >to cool off wtf
>>3050 No, sadly, I do plan to.
>ideal house Anything with a bit of land so I can raise a few chickens, wood like a room for my hobbies. >ideal gf I kinda like the one I currently have, as long as she realizes I mean it when I say I don't want kids and she's cool with the isolationist lifestyle then sure, hope I can marry her and be happy. >ideal source of income The job my degree is for and maybe the ol hobby youtube brings in a little cash. >ideal country to live in The U.S. is all I know, even though it's probable gonna get worse I plan to stick to no income tax states >ideal average day Day off from day job, let chickens out to roam, spend some time editing, spend some time painting, have dinner with wife, go outside and let the dog run around, corral chickens for the night, go inside, finish up any loose ends from the day, go to sleep.
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>ideal house Relatively small, but comfortable. 3-5 rooms, enough to host guests overnight, with small to medium sized kitchen, but not tiny. I primarily want enough space to cook comfortably. Maybe have roommates or a spouse, maybe not. >ideal gf I wood prefer celibacy, but if I had to choose, a pale redhead over 6 foot. >ideal source of income Writing or translation. Something remote, where I can go to a local coffee house or smoking lounge where I can have a cigar or a pipe and relax as I work. >ideal country to live in Japan >ideal average day Get up, say my prayers, go somewhere quiet to work, cook dinner, maybe have a beer with friends, complete my prayers, go to bed.

Minecraft Documentary is calming Niggaman 06/27/2021 (Sun) 20:42:03 No.5189 [Reply]
I dont know why but this minecraft documentary gives me so much calm and hope. It reminds me of greater times. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUXqv4HYRGE )
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>>5199 I agree. I played it with other people when it was just coming out and had some fun, but I don't get why it was such a big success. I don't have anything against it, but I don't understand all the attention it's gotten.
>>5199 >>5212 Yes, but, N O S T A L G I A.
>>6623 >>5212 Ultimately it may have been a "right place right time" situation. At is essence pre-2014 Minecraft was still a small (in team and scope) indie that just happened to hit it big during a time when online content creation was really just beginning to become a mainstream thing. I agree that it isn't some masterpiece of game design, but I like it for its simple core (break thing, make thing, place thing) and it is nice to set up a server eberry year or two with a few friends to detective around on for a couple of weeks.
itt contrarianism hating popular things doesn't make you cool
>>5199 Back then it was the first game that let me literally "go anywhere". GTA bounded you to a map, but minecraft was endless. Plus building stuff is really fun and nothing beats finding diamonds for the first time.

Anon 05/07/2021 (Fri) 18:27:15 No.4616 [Reply] [Last]
The adventures of the Traveller and Genet Season 2 Previous season: >>4369 The stage is set ten years after the encounter with the wicked merchant Olivarius:
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Matilda, teary eyed, grabbed the Genet and yelled while running away from the tree: "She is our friend! She's our family!" Traveller stumbled behind her, unsure if he should follow her.
The roots of the tree shot out of the ground, forming a circle around them. "You cannot break the cycle! You must not!" shouted the Tree with a booming voice.
The leaves fell off the tree, and a black mist was emitted from it.
>>6236 The Traveller looked back in fear and awe.
But I will! Shouted the Traveller

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What is the meaning of life? anon looking for meaning 09/16/2021 (Thu) 17:34:04 No.5801 [Reply]
Do you know it?
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Preparing for what comes after. Filling your scale with good deeds. >>6479 has the right idea. This is not the place for happiness, that comes later. Do good for the sake of God.
>>5801 There is no meaning unless you want there to be.
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>>5801 This world seems to be a training mode of existence to help us gain experience for what comes after when we finish the cycle of forced reincarnation and begin the next step of our infinite journey in complete freedom. Do good for others and yourself and do your best to enjoy the ride without getting too caught up in it.
>>6632 I like this line of thought and that has been my operative theory for a while. Thinking that in this life we come from non-existence into existence and that anyone fretting over death is like a caterpillar needlessly worrying about ceasing to be a caterpillar and transforming into a butterfly. >Do good for others and yourself and do your best to enjoy the ride without getting too caught up in it. This.

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cute /positive apu and pepo dump Anon 05/31/2021 (Mon) 07:36:11 No.4933 [Reply]
dump your cute and positive pepe photos or videos! telegram @cozytimes
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What's up anons? Let's kick it. Anon 02/21/2022 (Mon) 21:11:16 No.6425 [Reply]
Is anyone else trying to rekindle the joy of being young or is it just me? Tbh, I feel like I'm trying to relive something I never experienced in my youth. So here I am, attempting to make online friends. Lame. Tell me about yourselves frens.
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>>6536 It's already comfy here? Why wood you go somewhere else?
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I think the best part, what I really desire from my childhood, isn't necessarily the experiences or the surrounding environment, but rather my personality. I remember being more curious and trusting back in middle school years, I'm more cynical and smug now, though fortunately it's getting better. Speaking of, OP did you ever figure what is it you wanted to relive? >>6502 >were for the most part escapes rather than joyful experiences Likewise. At least, they were fun escapes, the Internet was way wilder back in the day.
>>6535 To bee honey I prefer nowadays where I'm not scared of berry uncomfy happenings all the time.
>>6537 Not enough traffic here. But there's allchans.org for a couple dozen links to other image boards with similar activity. Hopefully it's back up by the time others read this post.
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sup guys, OP here, checking in, hope you're all doing well. Just went to an engagement party for my eldest niece. Man that day made me bummed, seeing all the same faces from my childhood, just older now. Back then I was so naive and oblivious to all the dirty laundry eberryone had, but now knowing what eberryone is, as well as having a microcosm of emotional depth, eberrything just seems so sad. >>6538 >Speaking of, OP did you ever figure what is it you wanted to relive? naivety, innocence. i dunno man, something that constantly feels unobtainable.

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Social media Anon 04/27/2021 (Tue) 19:26:27 No.4459 [Reply]
Do you anons use social media or other forums where sign up is required?
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Unfortunately, I keep a twitter and instagram around because apparently there aren't that many decent websites for artists to post in. Also yt, though I'm slowly losing interest in it. >>6516 If you don't mind me asking, what do you use to mod youtube? I've got enhancer for youtube. >internet used to be like back in the mid 00's. Before corporations occupied and sanitized so much of the internet. Good days.
>>4459 Pleroma sites on the fediverse like bae.st and cacaposter.club , they're comfy.
>>6522 >apparently there aren't that many decent websites for artists to post in There are lots of them like pixiv and Newgrounds. And some other I dont remember their names. twitter is the worst site for artists.
>>6533 >pixiv and Newgrounds True. Pixiv is pretty good, even if it pains seeing westerners bringing their bullcaca with them. Newgrounds seem good as well, though with way less activity sadly.

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