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No. 1879 [Reply]

Any artwork or drawing to share?

No.1886

looks good

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Conceptual sleeve design.



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No. 556 [Reply]

Let's talk about summer shit folks.

Do you have a pool? What do you do to keep cool? Is it even hot where you live? Dry heat master race.

I haven't had any watermelon yet, anyone have a good one?
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>>556
Techbeard here, I keep my window wide open (with blinds keeping the sunlight out obv) and I drink a cold beverage, usually monster.
I must admit it's tough to a social recluse in the summer.

No.560

Do you go with the classic green or a flavor?

No.1875

It's already ridiculously hot where I am. I'm just waiting for the summer to fly by so it can be autumn.

No.1876

I’ve really had an amazing summer. I do outdoors work a lot so I’m healthy and tan, listen to educational podcasts, have friends and girlfriend who love me and want to see me. I’m going to college in August. I’m scared but excited

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Summer is where I am the healthiest. I love being outside in the sun working in my garden, going hiking in the woods, etc. It's the season where I feel the least depressed and I always have energy and feel happy. I would move somewhere hot/tropical but I would miss the other seasons.



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No. 1877 [Reply]

Post your food or recipes

No.1899

Good god…what is that mess?

No.1900

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My favourite thing to cook is Japanese curry. All you need is S&B curry cubes and whatever is already lying around in your fridge. The beauty is that it comes out different every time but still tastes amazing and it's a great way to use up ingredients that are just about to go off. It's the ultimate comfort food. I'm going to make it tonight with big chunks of onion, potatoes, tofu, peppers and spring onions for garnish because that's what I have on hand (sorry pic related isn't my own pic but I still wanted to give you a visual). Other ingredients I use are carrots, asparagus, peas, broccoli, spinach, chickpeas, aubergine, tomatoes and mushrooms. You could even use a pack of frozen veg. Adding some tomato paste, coconut milk, chilli powder, a splash of soy milk or broth from whatever veg you used will make each batch unique. Then you can save the leftovers and have them the next day with fresh rice. It actually tastes better the day after because the flavours have had time to marinate. If you have a slow cooker, that's even better.

God, I'm salivating just thinking about it.



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No. 1889 [Reply]

Does anyone else play VRChat in their free time? I started playing it for about a week and I enjoy being in cozy rooms all by myself. Feels warm and wholesome.
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No.1894

>>1892
>>1893

I don't play using VR, unfortunately. I want to save up for a headset but for now I play on desktop, which is available through Steam.

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I have been exploring VRChat a while ago. It's a nice place to get lost, specially in forgoten worlds with no people on them. I have quite a big collection of screenshots too. This one is from a lighthouse I found. You can go to the top and see the sunset and the sea. When I was there I thought about how my life is quite like VRChat. I just observe everything without interacting with the scenario. I'm an outsider. I'm not really from this world. That's what I feel everytime.

No.1896

>>1894
I see, I'm not very fond of the VR trend, but I kinda want one of these just to explore places like the ones you will see in Yume Nikki in VR, I really like the idea.

No.1897

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Friendly reminder that while escaping is comforting, the real world is still what we must all come back to. Still, best of intentions to all of you exploring!

No.1898

>>1897
Indeed. :)
It's a very nice escape when we need it, it's very unfortunate some people become addicted to it in an unhealthy way.
>>1895
I feel like this a lot as well, especially now as of late. Beautiful find!
>>1896
The YN rooms are very beautifully done and meticulous to detail. Though you can't really go around and collect effects like you could in the original game, it still has the music a very creepy aura to it. Very faithful recreations if you ask me, I hope you get to experience it!



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No. 1865 [Reply]

I've been lurking here for a while (no)… Tell me about this place, because I kinda don't understand it. You got me hooked with logo and /bavi/. Because there are only two boards with birds I know, mine and this one.

I'm sorry in advance if I'm posting in wrong place.

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No meta to speak of. Post what you want, on the boards that deserve it!

No.1891

been lurking here for about a month and made my first few posts today. love the coziness of this place tbh



No. 1872 [Reply]

If you have to pick where would be your favorite vacation place in the world?

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Weird pic to use, lol.
I haven't been out of the States much, but I do want to go to Reynisfjara one day.



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/Comfy/ Gondola thread <3
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Hey friends, hope you're doing well in these dark days. Here's something I found on YouTube, thanks to DrAlexandrius.

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No. 1831 [Reply]

What's your favorite place to get some? Of course we have our best local place, but let's do chains so everyone can discuss. I'll start:

>Church's Chicken
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No.1837

>>1832
I have been hooked on KFC since I was a little kid. I like KFC Vietnam, too. Raising Cane's tendies are nice.

No.1842

It's always interesting for me to see "fried chicken" because we don't fry them here.
The only KFC in our country is over 600 kilometres away from me.

I'm going to get chicken this saturday. Will post pictures.

No.1860

>>1842
rip this poster. he got lost in a freak snowstorm on the 600km trek to get his chicken, died of exposure before he reached KFC. press f to pay respects

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>>1831
Harold's Chicken is hands down the best. Sadly it's in a bad neighborhood.



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No. 1194 [Reply]

Hey, feeling alone and in the need of some company? Is the rain outside slightly warmer than it usually? Getting worn out by the normalfags?
Get in here and do whatever you want. Shitpost, talk about girls or boys, or just listen to music.
You're always welcome in comfy threads.

Have some Gondolas? Post them in >>1026
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No.1497

>>1496
Yeah, I stopped smoking. 4 weeks clean today.

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>>1495

I was looking for bird images, and found this one (being the image attached) and I instantly wanted to know source and I found this place, making me pretty new member I think.

I am really glad I wound up here though, one of my favorite sites on the internet.

No.1765

>>1764
Let me be the first to welcome you. I hope you enjoy your stay~!

No.1766

>>1764
welcome, anon! It's slow here, but if you enjoy it, you'll find its been pretty consistent over the years in terms of comfiness. Please check out /bavi/ if you haven't already, it's one of the most important boards on the site.

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>>1194
I'm enjoying the sun and cool breeze a lot, can't wait for lockdown to be over, thinking of getting the train and travelling somewhere. Preferably somewhere wooded



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No. 1770 [Reply]

Hey all, I know these are uncertain times, especially for those in industries affected by the virus, you may be facing unemployment or even have been laid off already. My sincere sympathy to you. If there's something I can help with you can reach me via DM on Twitter (_dreamch)

I wanted to use this thread to not only talk about these concerns, but also movies, hobbies, or other entertainment you might be using to get your mind off of things. I myself am considering ordering some large Lego sets, as the idea has sounded increasingly comfy to me.

Stay Safe.
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No.1823

I got an error about the post being too long
>>1821
>>1822
>There are ways to take it one step at a time
One of my biggest problems is a lack of focus and it's plagued me for years now. Recently I wanted to learn how to deploy some software on Linux and use it at least somewhat effectively while heavily customizing it. I found that by giving myself this smaller defined goal, I was able to complete the task I gave myself with a high rate of efficiency. I'm pretty sure I spent 60% of my waking hours for almost two weeks doing nothing but figuring out how a ton of software works while heavily editing parts of it and it was not only really fun, but I learnt a lot as well! As a result of this I've been thinking of ways of defining smaller goals for a lot of these things I want to do. I have a short list so far but I think it's a good start. I just really need to work hard on breaking these things down further so it's far less vague. For example, I would love to learn how to properly set up several kinds of servers, secure them and gather up all the correct hardware, but what does that really mean? I don't define exactly what I want to do to the exact point, I will get stuck before I start leading me to give up. What does "read more" really mean if I don't actively give myself a list of reading material. I know that revelation is really basic but it's never quite hit me as hard as it did recently.

No.1826

How do you think society will have changed once this is all over? I think that people will continue to do a lot of things remotely because they've seen how convenient it can be.
For example talking to a doctor over a phone is, in the majority of cases, much better than having to go and wait around in a practice.

No.1828

>>1826
There's been quite a lot of talk about how society may never return to how it was before and I'd like to imagine that's just speculation, but you never know. If the vaccine will take a while to be made, then we'll have to settle down into this style of living.

No.1829

>>1826
I think there will be some of that, but I think also people may have a negative view of some remote practices due to how quickly/shoddily they may have experienced it.

I've worked from home for 2 years at an established mostly remote company. I absolutely love it and couldn't imagine going back to an office, but again, we are established and have good practices in place.

A lot of folks who were forced to work from home had to do so when there company had no plan and had to play it by ear. This probably greatly affected productivity/happiness and may be seen by workers as a reflection of remote work, not the practices themselves.

Either way, I hope there is change for the better

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my wedding was supposed to be in a couple weeks but it's obviously been canceled now due to 'rona. i've been playing so much skyrim lately, way more than i've ever played before. i just like the feeling of escaping/avoiding reality. fuck this. :)



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