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Anon 11/13/2021 (Sat) 21:26:26 No.6092
What was the most comfiest time in ur life anon?
Right now. :)
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>>6093 Honestly me too, and I've had my fair share of berry long depressive periods. I'm a bit lonely sometimes, but life is pretty comfy and I might find a compatible roommate (whether a partner or a friend i dont care) one day to ease my loneliness.
High school, for many it's hell but i was there back in the economic recession and the overall vibe was that we knew full well the next years wood be tough. So we went out for eating and playing sports all the time, teachers were wrestling with their own problems so they were more lenient and we went away with many things. Not many close friends but almost no enemies, one could walk to the yard and be asked to cover a position in a game by someone who you didn't talk to often. Prices were going up so we took care of food and ironically enjoyed it more too. Not too tough but also not decadent, it was a comfy time and certainly freecare compared to hellish college or confusing middle school.
>>6093 same here, life has been rough on me for past couple of months. but its getting a bit better now.
>>6092 school time, back when i was more sociable and outgoing.
The year or two surrounding the start of adulthood. Made friends for the first time, felt like I belonged to something, and overall I got to feel for a short time what all the other teenagers had been feeling since they started school. It felt wonderful being around people who tolerated me instead of seeing me as some tag-along. On top of that I finally got to upgrade my computer from the toaster I'd been using since I was 12. Thing was made in 1998, I got it in 2004, and it wasn't until 2010 that I could afford a newer machine. Wasn't able to do much else besides browse (most) websites and play a few games, mostly SNES roms and Doom wads. Once I got the new computer I started playing some of the games I missed out on in the 00s, as well as PSX games I missed in the 90s. They didn't run well at all, but at least I got to experience them.
unironically, quarantine. For almost a whole year, it was just me, my gf, and our dogs who just had a litter. We played video games all the time, and when we weren't, we were playing card games with my cousin who lived with us. Super hygge since we were indulging in sweets, coffees, teas, liquor, etc. whenever we wanted at any hour of the day. Not to mention when I needed "me" time, I wood just go to the backyard with my eldest dog, sit down with a glass of coffee, and just fiddle around with my guitar or write poetry. *Sigh* it makes me sad that I probably won't have an extended time like that again, but I'm glad I enjoyed it. Even if the world did seem like it was falling apart around us at the time.
>>6428 >unironically, quarantine Honestly, me too. I didn't have gf or anyone like that to spend time with but I played lots of vidya with mates (including one who I hadn't spoken to in a while) since we were all locked down. Only other time was after I've left school, I was severely depressed but I had a lot of time to myself thinking about stuff. It was also a great time for Youtube, remember taking comfort in a lot of those videos.
The no-school, no-work period after graduating high school.
>>6441 I think it's funny. Some of my fondest memories are of when I was most depressed. Looking back, it was a berry beautiful and comfortable point in my life. Only thanks to my friends who kept me company and distracted me from eberrything.
>>6443 Ooooh that's a good one
The H1N1 lockdown we had in early high school, it was one month or a bit more of forced vacations, we were send homework via email maybe twice or thrice and we could complete them fairly easy within a day. I had such a relaxed time because there wasn't any fear mongering, so relaxed i don't recall much of it despite being 30+ days, sometimes we just woke up and walked into a friend's house to talk, drink a soda and then walk back, sometimes we kicked a ball or called another friend to eat at the pizza buffet. It is eerie to think about it as one of the only times we felt like kids, maybe some youths nowadays will see current days as such but back then we didn't have smartphones yet and internet was still blogposting rather than micro mingling, plus the fear mongering nowadays is vastly more rampant back then.
Sitting at home playing video games as a kid when it was snowing or raining. It was super chill and extremely comfy. Also visiting the docks that were a couple of minutes away from my house was really comfy too. I loved going to that place growing up, and I'm glad I lived so close to such a comfy spot.
>>6453 one of my buddies and i were just saying how it's weird how this whole era who will be perceived by current youths a decade or two from now. it'd be an interesting social study to observe that cohort
>>6454 were you by a lake, or the see? either way sounds pretty great tbh
>>6092 I think high-school summer vacations, playing TF2 for literal hours without a care in the world! I'm going to get that comfyness back someday. >>6455 I pity current youths a bit tbh. Between web 3.0, tiktok, and possible environmental catastrophes. Well, I'm grateful for growing up when I did.
When I had life insurance money and could afford a car for the first time.
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>>6092 middle school for sure. Playing pokemon in 6th grade and watching anime in 7th. 8th grade onward was where the comfy times ended....
Summertimes when I was a kid, probably.
>>6092 Before I started school. Like age 5 and below. Steady decline ever since.
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>>6466 >8th grade onward was where the comfy times ended this
Probably around 14 when I didn't have any obligations, and right before caca hit the fan quickly. Didn't have any friends and lived in a poopy household, but at least I hadn't quite developed chronic mental health problems yet, and that's around when I started figuring out who I really was as a person, and finding media that's heavily influenced me from then on. Unfortunately I have berry foggy memory from then, probably because of some cognitive damage that noticeably lasted years after I stopped taking these meds I shouldn't have been taking. At least it means I can go back and rewatch things I saw back then and experience it for the first time, since I wasn't able to absorb much of anything back then, I was just a zombie.
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There was a time when media was still able to serve as a kind of escapism for me. That is not the case anymore. I am always longing for the kind of calm and serenety that I used to get from anime and video games. But I'm afraid it is gone forever. I feel so old. I feel like I'm wasting my time. But what else am I to do? There is nowhere I can run anymore. Escapism doesn't work anymore. It's all over.
>>6556 There is only this crushing kind of melancholia of times long gone
>>6558 > There is nowhere I can run anymore. Then run nowhere.
>>6556 God this is way too relatable.
>>6556 restlessness
>>6093 My life keeps getting comfier anons
>>6556 I refuse to believe that it's all over, because if it is as you say it is, because that wood mean those before us had no autonomy over what they did or how they managed to get through.
>>6428 gf havers don't belong here
>>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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