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No. 1009 [Reply]

Does anyone here suffer with OCD? How do you cope? I have the incessant need trigger myself and make myself feel dirty. It's ruining my life.

No. 1010

>>1009
I suffered for a long time, wasihng my hands until they were red. after that, the OCD become mental, intrusive thoughts. there is no better coping method than therapy. this question is like asking, "does anyone else have an ache in their back? how to cope" dude just see a doctor



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No. 940 [Reply]

had a dream I was getting married to my second cousin once removed. technically not incest (legally, biblically, or biologically)

felt amazing to be married. felt amazing to be loved, and to have something to love/care about. then i woke up.

reality hit like a sack of shit. felt terribly depressed after awakening. im sick of being so alone.


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No. 87 [Reply]

Subject says it all!

I had a strange one recently, though most of my dreams aren't at all based in common reality, this one stood out not only because it felt like I was in a situation that could happen (in non-dream standards, mind you), but I was also me at an age of I think around 12-13. It also featured my little sister, around the age of 7 or 8 (her current age).

Basically what happens is that our mother who I can only assume is the last surviving of her family dies, and we were left to go live with our older adoptive sister. This is all assumed, as in this is kind of the context I was feeling while in the dream, why things were happening, why I was there. Our older adoptive sister was an anthropomorphic possum though she didn't dress the same way I believe it was based on the main character from a webcomic called 'habits' or 'clementine' as some call it on vice because she was basically homeless. We walked around a downtown area of a medium sized city as she would drink alcohol and flip off cars that passed us by, edging us on to do so with her. I would, but my little sister wouldn't. Then she bought us slushies, poured alcohol into mine and I got drunk with her while my little sister just drank a normal slushy, after that I woke up.

I liked it, felt like I was having fun in the dream in the innocent way a kid at that age would despite the shitty situation.

No. 882

>>881
I got bagels and cream cheese at the store today after seeing this post

No. 888

Just found this board, so I thought I would post a few dreams from my dream diary. I wrote these as soon as I woke up, so they are not extremely coherent, but very pretty detailed..

- Dreamed I killed the actor for Vera from Mr. Robot by sinking a boat in the kitchen along with an Irish singer (I think it was the guy who sung "its a long way back to recovery"), then while underwater, pushing him into the freezer. Somehow both Vera and the Irish guy got in there and drowned. Went to tell Mom about it, we lived in a house that was different from ours. Sort of like our old house. Felt bad about it. Ran over and opened the freezer. Vera was still alive. Let him out. He was mad but not really as mad as you would think. Then I took a ride on a razor scooter around the neighborhood, which was different. I uprooted two marijuana plants, which looked very much like sunflowers, which were growing in a field of marijuana and then planted them in the basement which for some reason had a bunch of dirt in it. The next day, although I don't remember doing anything between then and the next day, Mom had found out about all the stuff I had done and had left notes.

No. 889

>>888
Second part

Like on the dead body of the irish guy which she had partially cut up so that only his jaw was still sitting in the empty freezer and in the basement where she had uprooted my marijuana plants. The house this time was almost like a big wooden beach house except that the walls of the sitting room were glass and I could see out into a city outside which was probably Baltimore. All the lights were out. One time I walked outside and started talking to this lady for no reason. I asked her if she was Sarah, one of my mom's friends, when she obviously wasn't but she said that was her name. Then she said she was a prostitute and asked me if I wanted her services. I said no. I ran around the house trying to fix the lights and I eventually got them all to work by somehow linking them to the TV remote except that when you changed the channel they all turned off. Finally I see dad. He's dressing himself in a dark blue button up shirt with little white stripes and is acting like he's going somewhere. He asks me if I did all those stupid things yesterday on my own. I say I did. He says that everyone knows there is football tomorrow. Mom scolds me for stealing marijuana that's meant for autistic people. I'm trying to think up a response to this other than "I'm sorry" when I wake up.


What do you guys think of this dream?

No. 938

I dreamed I was watching a Disney TV movie about a bunch of dragonborne humans who shape shifted into dragons to fight fires and natural disasters and other rescue operations. They also ran a magic school for other children to become rescuers. It was very cheesy and childish even in the dream to me. It was set in a generic current day fantasy world. Your neighbor might be a fairy but everyone had a cellphone. An evil villain tricked the main guy who was a red water spitting dragon (which I felt insulted to find out) that he had already saved the day putting out fires on a bridge but actually had committed terrible arson in a magic factory of some sort over the next hill. Making the rescue team look bad. Then this dragon guy fought an optional crab man boss by finding the sea snake that was hiding him on some Greek looking roof and got a high score. The I woke up. Also the main dragon guy could magically multiply coins by putting them in his mouth and did a minor bit of counterfeit by accident.
The world looked like one of those mobile game fantasy worlds with too much pink and purple

No. 939

>>87
I had a dream I was getting married to my second cousin (once removed). It's not incest (legally, biblically, or biologically).

I was so happy… 15. Married. I had a companion, a WIFE. Responsibility. Love.

It was a quick wedding. It wasn't big or anything… it was nighttime, and we just sort of stared at eachother for a sec before hopping in the back of a car to go get hitched. No big reception, no party, nothing. Just a quiet wedding with a couple of family members and a priest.

I don't especially love my cousin, but when this dream occured, I felt so content. Grown up. Responsible. Loving, providing. Like a real man.

When I realized it was just a dream, I felt so terrible. I went through the stages of grief in like 2 seconds; first I denied it was fake. I desperately tried to forget and fall back asleep. When I realized I couldn't, a deep melancholy washed over me. I had it all… and in one second, lost it all.



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No. 325 [Reply]

Can we talk about audio that hits different? Can be music or not music. Just recently listened to all six hours of Everywhere at the End of Time, an album dedicated to the various stages of Alzheimer's/dementia. Absolutely ruthless and heartbreaking.

>Part six is without description.

No. 335

How about the soundtrack for the game LSD Dream Emulator?

No. 336

>>335
Nice
>>333
I highly recommend going into the comment section if you need something lighthearted to read while listening. It is quite the emotional rollercoaster.
>>329
N I C E
>>332
I feel it, man. I hope you genuinely enjoy the album, as much as one can actually enjoy something like this lol.

No. 337

OP again, how could I ever forget this gem too?

No. 339

>>337
Also epilepsy warning. Binaural beats can cause seizures, if you're prone to them, don't listen.

No. 340

>>335
The guy who created the soundtrack also made the game itself! His name is Osamu Sato and he is still active in creating his art to this day. Two years ago he released a album with new electronica tracks he made with remastered and remixed tracks from the LSD game. There are two editions to this album, linked below. I also highly recommend checking out some of the other playlists of albums on the youtube page that uploaded these albums, there is some great interesting stuff.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYa-ed8ysKA&list=PLeM8JZxcJKguzhTJibGUJ8_zA-rrIO4Eu

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUI9QYWPydY&list=PLeM8JZxcJKgtyfQ7MwgqZzm3g6t3hIQiq



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No. 489 [Reply]

Post your chicken pics. I want chickens but I live in an apartment and they're my fave, pls share

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> I want chickens but I live in an apartment a
Well, jews fear the indoor chicken farmer



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No. 325 [Reply]

It's soon Halloween, what are you planning to do ?

No. 326

horror mangas and videogames

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(。•︿•。)

No. 329

>>325
I just wish I was young and could trick or treat without a care in the world. The candy was so sweet

No. 330

>>325
I need to start planning out to watch a horror movie each night for October. Does anyone have any obscure recommendations?

No. 333

I might stay home and give candy to trick or treaters, Imma dress up as dr chicken. Chicken mask, lab coat.



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No. 592 [Reply]

I read once that if you go deep enough through your anus, you can reach the spleen.
Suposedly massaging the spleen internally grants an incredibly intense sensation, like a constant orgasm that doesn't run out.
Couldn't find any info on Google, i doubt there's any truth to it, but i'm still curious nonetheless, have you guys ever heard anything about it?

No. 979

>>592
You're being trolled. They're trying to get you to die embarrassingly.

No. 980

I suspect someone just got the spleen and prostate confused

No. 981

Follow your dreams :^)

No. 982

This thread makes me exceedingly uncomfortable.

No. 1008

This is from Guts by Chuck Palahniuk by the way. Gross read, don't recommend it.



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No. 984 [Reply]

Paranoid thinking. Can't order food from Door Dash or Uber Eats. They'll poison it. Don't want to make dinner, it'll make more dishes. I don't want to do the dishes because I'm tired. I'm permanently tired because of depression. Get anxious because I think my life is spiraling. Desperately want to break the chain but being too uncomfortable to do so.

I'm scared.

No. 1002

>>1001
So glad to hear this friend. I recently sought help for problems myself. We’re all gonna make it

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>>1002

That's the spirit!

No. 1004

>>1001
That's really good to hear. I'm still hoping to achieve any improvements. I haven't made any steps yet on attempting to find a psychologist or even return to where I went before. I feel as if due to the pandemic they'd want me to do video calls or something over the phone which I'm not willing to do at all. Such a troubling situation. I guess I can say, I haven't really become any worse. I've been avoiding specific negative triggers that throw me into panic states as well. I never had heard about that regarding the Columbine survivor though. Interesting and extremely wild odds.

No. 1006

>>984
get some exercise. you dont even have to go outside. do some pushups and squats. at least open a window though

No. 1007

>>1004
I'd give you a source but I can't seem to find it, so I sure hope I wasn't accidentally giving false information. Anyway, my therapist does phone calls and not video calls. Is it possible you can ask them to do a phone call instead since you can't do video calls?

>>1006
Exercise really helps tbh but my kneecaps absolutely despise squats. I end up doing yoga a lot of the time and then walking on the treadmill. Works just as good for me.



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No. 299 [Reply]

credit: slimyswampghost

"the old dish at the airbase drew them in."

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No. 319

>>306
Something really draws me in with this image.

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>>319

I actually forgot to put the source. It's from Kitty Horrorshow, but I'm unsure which game it is. It might be cover art for one of the Abandoned Cities bundles.

Source: Zdzisław Beksiński. Very good artist and a tragic story. Trigger warning for suicide if anyone would like to read about him.

No. 331

>>328
Interesting, I'll have to read into it, and possibly try out the game. Thanks for the info.

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No. 163 [Reply]

When it feels so wrong but it feels so right

No. 328

>>327
Well that sure was an interesting listen.

No. 330

>>164
>Britney Spears
I'll always have a soft spot for her. May sound cliché, but she caused my very first hard-on. I've always really liked Sometimes and Lucky. However, I would have to say Toxic would be my third after those two.

No. 331

>>330
Dude Britney Spears is great, her production is so good and damn catchy. It’s a shame she’s effectively held hostage by her Dad legally

No. 334

Am I the only one here who enjoys Daler Mehndi?

No. 338

>>328
Simultaneously one of the best and memeiest tracks I've ever heard. :D



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No. 975 [Reply]

I always get to work on time. I always do my job. I get a workout. I'm good to my mother. Why am I still so unsatisfied with myself? Why am I never enough, why am I always inadequate?

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>>975
If you really do all these things, you aren't inadequate. As for not feeling satisfied with yourself… who knows?

I don't know a lot about life. I'm 15 and I'm not that smart. From what I can gather, people raise kids to fill something in their life. They get married. They buy land, and pick up hobbies. They build things with their hands, like a shed or something. I dunno.

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From what you described you seem to have the main 4 levels down, Working and loving for your fellow samaritans, but What bout you? Does working out act as a fulfilling third place between work & home? Is there any aspirations & passions you'd want to make space & time for

No. 998

>>983
Everything above survival needs aren't needs. Further the distinction between safety and physiological needs is bunk. There are survival needs—the things without which you simply cannot be—and there is what you really want to do with your life. Without satisfying your survival needs, it'll be difficult to do what you really want to do. Some persons don't really have any special desires, so they'll be fine with just maximizing the satisfaction of their survival needs. I really only care about one thing, so that's what I built my life around. In terms of satisfying my needs, I figured a way to do that that's integrated with that lifestyle, so I never feel like I have to `work' to survive: I live in my own happy little world.
>>975
The problem seems to be that what you're doing with your life is not what you really want to be doing with your life, or it is but there's something missing. You should know more about your life than I do, so I won't tell you what changes will work for you, but there are some general suggestions about how to figure it out. As banal as it sounds, trying different things tends to be a good place to start.
It could also be a mental health condition. If lifestyle changes don't improve your malaise, professional help may be beneficial.

No. 1005

I think I'd like to raise crickets.



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No. 433 [Reply]

A.K.A: Share your blogpost about a nightmare you've had.

Lemme star by talking about mine, which for some reason, always seem to be disjointed for some reason. Had these yesterday.

First nightmare was me having a conversation to this sort of cockroach with human, slanted eyes with a mouth (kind of similar to David Cronenberg's Naked Lunch), about dissecting a human corpse, which was on a tiny table and was only a torso with a couple of organs with it's head and one arm cut off. As i was doing the operation, the cockroach thing kept talking to me about some non-sense i forgot, while blood kept spurting on my hands inside the human corpse's carcass.

Second one was me starting at the bottom of a sterile, white staircase (which i suppose was a hospital?), which had a backdoor of some sort. When i opened it, there was a large city road that had two groups of crowded people in different sides, arguing about some religion thing; one dude that was from the left side of the street, which was somebody i personally knew, started to fight with the other group which was on the right. Hugged him in an attempt to restrain him from getting his shit fucked by the mob of angry people, and pulled him inside the (what i suppose is) hospital's backdoor and locked it. He was lying unconscious on the floor, as i hopelessly tried to wake him up.

No. 933

>>932
>Sometimes I wish I had a camera in my bedroom
I've personally thought about doing this and then checking my findings. Would it be something you're willing to invest in? If so, I hope you'll share whatever you may discover.

No. 934

>>933
Basically what I want to know is whether I really touched my face (I know there's nothing really visible about astral projection), or in another case I woke up screaming, but had the sensation as though my real voice started as a nigh-silent groggy hum gradually geometrically growing through a couple seconds to the full scream—then I was fully awake and stopped screaming, and noöne else heard the scream though they may have been out of earshot—so I'd want to know what part was in the dream, and what part was real. I could easily set something up, but my problem is I'd have to inspect everything to make sure it meets my security/privacy standards—knowing my laziness, that's unlikely.

No. 935

>>934
I used to explore astral projection about a decade ago. I haven't really done anything further in doing anything else since around that time. Maybe, just maybe I should. I tended to have very unusual dreams during that period as well as more lucid dreaming to the point where I do honestly believe I had achieved my desired result. Sorry for going a bit off from your reply here. I've experienced similar as well with screaming and yet no one else seemingly hearing me. I've even done so while sharing a bed with someone or just being a room apart from each other. You very well could have experienced some inbetween state of being in your dream as well as awake very akin to the astral plane. I'm sure there's other anons that may be lurking that could expand on this. Which I'm also very curious to know more about. Just make sure it's an offline device instead of something more modern such as an IP security camera of sorts. Probably could order or get your hands on an old set up perhaps from the '80s or '90s if privacy is your main concern.

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Biggest nightmare I ever had actually triggered something in me and formed a deep social anxiety and a panic attack that lasted three whole months.

I was being chased down the street at midnight. It was completely red. I knew I had to of died when I woke up. Don't know what it was about this dream but it fucked my brain UP.

I was also fairly young when I dreamt it so that may also be why.

No. 937

I've been having some strange dreams of being all alone walking down a dusty broken down road where everything is decrepit while ash falls like snow.



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No. 1175 [Reply]

Write 1 sentence about a good feeling.
>Falling asleep to GameCenter CX

No. 1190

That's a sentence fragment.
>It feels goos to be rude to internet strangers

No. 1981

oh, I love these, I too watch GGCX before going to sleep.

comfy times.

No. 1982

Being in a window seat of an intercity bus and suddenly seeing the sea or mountain view expand in front of you

No. 1984

Drinking a cup of warm freshly brewed coffee while watching the gentle breeze of Fall blow the leaves out of the backyard trees.

No. 1986

Wiggling your toes.



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No. 1024 [Reply]

Post them, which ones did you get?

No. 1040

>>1039
If I recall I believe it was a standalone candy and didn’t come as a part in anything

No. 1041

>>1040
Oh, I see. I guess I just didn't come across those as I don't even remember seeing them in stores.

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Anyone remember these? I had a few of them. Most specifically remember the Magnemite and Golem, then a friend of mine having the Pikachu.

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The Cheerios penny in 2000, can't believe that was 20 years ago…

No. 1044

>>1043
Hey! I forgot all about that. I wonder if mine is still back at home, as I got one back then too. Thanks for the refresher with posting that. I have a hard time really adjusting that much time actually has went by. Before we even realize it, it'll be 25 and then 30.



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No. 7 [Reply]

God tier toys thread

I got rid of these years ago and I'm kicking myself

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It was actually pretty lame, but I wonder if anyone else here had one.

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Did anyone else have any Skannerz?

No. 985

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This was one toy set I loved as a kid

>>7
>>622
I had those toys, they were a lot of fun

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For me, it was Tamagotchi. Even the bootleg ones were awesome. I remember buying them in one of those cheap street markets at the town during holydays. It was summer, I was with my grandparents and I remember them dying after like a week and me having to reset the game no matter how much I took care of my creature. When the summer ended and I was back at school I let my Tamagotchi with my mother until I was back at home. Maybe I should buy one for nostalgia.

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Did anyone else have Street Sharks?



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No. 578 [Reply]

Comfy things, pictures, feelings, greentexts…
Anything goes

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>>1943
Knowing that I don't have to be anywhere, that I can just sit inside where it's all warm with a blanket and some hot drinks feels so good. Maybe put on a film. Music sounds so much better with the soothing, constant sound of rain to accompany it.

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>>1944
Even when I do have to go out, hearing the rain tapping on my umbrella is 10/10 comfy. Then walking into work or a café where the smell of coffee hits me and peeling off all my wet clothes is so satisfying and rewarding. Seeing that condensation on the window and watching people come and go, bracing themselves for the storm outside. Watching the rain fall and telling myself I'll wait "five more minutes" before I do it myself again and again…

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>>1945
I much prefer rainy weather to sunny weather. I also much prefer winter clothes like fluffy socks and chunky knit jumpers. I always get excited to light the first fire in autumn. I like those short days when you can turn on the comfy lighting a little earlier. I have fairy lights, a salt lamp and lots of candles.

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No. 131 [Reply]

Post music to die to.

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No. 1 [Reply]

What are some of your irrational fears, /sp/?

I used to have an intense phobia of clowns. It's been phased out many, many years ago, but it was absolutely brutal for a little while to even catch a glimpse of anything clown-related. My cousins had this dome covering for a ceiling light with an image of a cartoon clown and I couldn't even be in that room unless it was taken down.

I was just horribly spooked by clowns for whatever reason.

No. 320

What if someone brainwashes then transmogrifies me? They'll never get caught, because noöne'll recognize my body. It really is an abstract kind of fear.

No. 321

>>295
The 1956 French art film [i]Le ballon rouge[/i] must have been a horror movie to you.

No. 322

>>320
I slightly wouldn't mind this if I was put in a position where I wasn't where I am now with more stability than I currently have.

No. 323

Are >>322 sure? >>320 sounds like identity erasure.

No. 324

>>323
That's why it sounds so perfect to me, I want to start over in life.



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No. 1869 [Reply]

How do I into tea?

No. 1871

>>1870
And I thought using several bags of chamomile all at once was hardcore.

No. 1949

>>1870
I actually tried to make Chefir a few times. All I felt was a strong caffeine rush, nothing special.
The second time I did it I smoked weed with my friends and I just felt like I had more energy and was less sleepy than I usually would have.

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Read a book about it and visit your local tea cafe given that it's somewhat decent.

No. 1979

Start with Ceylon Earl Grey. I steep a fresh pot every evening so that by morning it's strong enough that I can pour one part brew 10 parts water for the perfect cup, and it lasts all day.

No. 1980

I pretty much only drink sweet tea. Thinking about expanding and trying more. But I'm not sure how I'd really like hot tea. I've tried some in the past and not exactly sure what they were but I didn't like them.



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No. 611 [Reply]

Let's talk about mothers. I don't have a good relationship with mine. Here's a joke, in comic form, that my mother has told me she tells to other people, when talking about me. I am Son B.

No. 666

>>617
maybe a bad recipe for a son, but a good recipe for a strong man

No. 883

>>666
Satan himself out here with good advice for you OP. I hope your life has improved in the last year and a half

No. 1015

>>617
I think that's okay. I also didn't show much affection for my parents other than an occasional forced hug. I think that happened because I couldn't relate to them, and so I didn't want to open up my soul because I knew they wouldn't really be able understand. Sometimes my mother reproached me in lack of emotionality but ironically enough I've always considered myself to be much more emotional than her, just never really showed that. I used to think that it was just some teenage angst and that one day I'll once again be able to have warm relationships with my parents just like I did in childhood, but now I'm well past puberty and I still feel the same. But I don't regret it at all, honestly. We don't get to choose our parents, so trying to act towards them dishonestly in any way will always be vain.

No. 1033

The most interesting conversations, and the most intense fights, that I've ever had were with my mother. It's the affine combinations of mental disorders we share making our conversations sprawl and focus in chaotic harmony with each other. I manage to celebrate my disorders as helping me to see what most others wont, but she got the raw end of the deal in terms of severity and nonfunctionality. When she was weaning off her selfmedication, she grew more suspicious of me, eventually accusing me of things I didn't do, of manipulating her, which was really stressful, and I started to feel like she was manipulating me. In hindsight, it was probably the withdrawal and taking time adjusting to her new chemical balance, but we're effectively estranged now. She said she feared I'd kill her before she left the last time, so I can't even do anything about it.

No. 1034

I miss my mom every single day.



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No. 1967 [Reply]

Someone help

I yelled fuck you at my brother and my dad beat me up and kicked me out of the house

I took my computer and it is setting down

I have 2 minutes left

I dont know where else to go

i am on the roof of my building. i climbed to the satelite dish but thats it

i cant get my charger, ill get yelled at again

what do i do

help

No. 1969

>>1967
Kick out brother and dad out of the house? Be dominant.

No. 1972

._.


I don't know how to respond to this. Is it bait? I would hope things got resolved by now, it's been a few days. As long as you're under your dad's roof there's nothing you can really do. Assuming you're old enough, I'd just get my shit and leave for good. Don't be afraid to defend yourself against your father.

No. 1973

OP here.

Update - im good now. I unfortunately did not set a password so i cannot delete this cringe post. Otherwise, all is well (more or less)

No. 1974

>>1973
lole

No. 1978

>my dad beat me up and kicked me out of the house
Sue `domestic violence.'



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No. 112 [Reply]

Boy, was I just spooked! I was taking a nightwalk, when my neighbor called out my name, asking if it was me! I said yep and hurried home.
He probably thinks I'm a creepy weirdo. Then again, I guess I am, huh?
When was the last time you were spooked?

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>>210
Yes, I am.
Basically a guy was trying to get his car into the garage, and when he got out of his car to open the garage door, the van started to reverse and crashed into my door, luckily no one left wounded, but the van damaged my wall and my door.
It was the party van.
Pic related.

No. 212

>>211
I hope you'll be compensated.

No. 220

I think I saw something entering to my room.
I can't sleep now.

No. 221

I kept getting paranoid the other night after smoking some dabs. Kept thinking I was hearing someone trying to get inside but then realized it was the wind.

No. 317

I got spooked just about an hour ago while I was taking out the trash. I ended up I guess accidentally stepping on a mouse as I heard something sqeak, I freaked out. Next thing I know a cat out of nowhere grabs it and scurries off with it in it's mouth. Just kind of a strange odd experience. I was also pretty tense to begin with as bears have been really bad here lately coming into residential areas.



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No. 1 [Reply]

ducki

No. 230

>>224
Reminds me of a good tale about an anon who grabbed a pigeon from outside a gamestop, released it inside, and got a free game for removing it.

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No. 488

>>409
This instantly makes me think of an album cover.



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No. 1970 [Reply]

Have you ever made a website, or any other technology related project? Tell us about your projects. Post your websites, games, idk, utilities, logos, etc.

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I have. I've done a lot of work with this stuff in the past, too much to really list. My most recent ventures, though, have been in setting up a neocities page and making css for some boards on other sites. Beyond that, I'm pretty new to the whole coding thing and a lot of my shit is bulky and probably could be simplified if I weren't too dumb to figure out how to center things on the bottom of the page.

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I'm not very tech savvy but I'm working in some RPG Maker demo just for the lolz.

No. 1976

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I want to make a personal website to upload my creative stuff but learning html and css can be tricky. Well it's not even the learning part but having to find the right instructions to make my website visually appealing. I didn't knew how hard it is to make a good css until I started my project. Now I'm blocked because it can get really frustrating. But I want to keep trying and then maybe I will have my website up before the end of 2020.

No. 1977

>>1976
HTML is easy and pretty straight forward.
CSS is pain.



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No. 59 [Reply]

Has anyone here ever had sleep paralysis? I ask because I recently took up practicing lucid dreaming and I'm afraid of accidentally entering sleep paralysis. I've heard some spooky stories and the common theme seems to be that they can't move and see a shadowy figure in their hallway, closet, above them, etc…

What are your experiences, and did you see the shadow man, or something else spookier?

No. 290

>>59
I've never had any figures before, and I hope I dont get any in the future.

I find I can get myself out of paralysis by wiggling my toes, though I may be unique in this. Eventually it wakes up my ankle and from there my legs are able to and I just wake up my body.

I plan on taking up lucid dreaming too, I hope you find success in it!

No. 293

My dad used to get a shocking amount of sleep paralysis and I've had a few times before. The first time I got it, I was probably 16 or so. I knew what it was thanks to threads like these and closed my eyes the second I knew what was going on. There was a sound of an almost grinding metal machinery that gained in volume the longer it went on. While this was happening, I did my best to move a body part as that kicks you out of it. In retrospect, I wish I saw what was causing this sound in my mind.
I've also had some sleep paralysis recently. That time I wanted to see what would happen if I kept my eyes open. I saw what I could only describe as a shadow man darting around my kitchen and felt utterly terrified. I felt like my heart was going to pop out of my chest to the point where I honestly thought I might have a heart attack if I kept my eyes open any longer than I did. Though that fear might have been baseless due to the horror I was feeling in the moment. Even then, it was pretty cool looking back on it.

No. 313

I have it every so often, a couple of times in a row. It takes a lot of effort to settle down to the point I can actually fall asleep again. The only thing I've ever seen was a demonically roaring smoke cloud on the left side of my bed. I know to never open my eyes during an episode or it'll only make it worse.

No. 315

Thought I was being abducted by aliens the first time I had it, a roaring buzzing noise and a persistent feeling of simultaneously being held down and pulled up. Extremely weird stuff.

No. 316

I've experienced this before as I woke up it seemed as if my body was hovering quite a bit over my bed as I was seemingly close to the ceiling. I couldn't move and my body felt unusually stiff. As I closed my eyes back it felt as if I dropped from a small height then passed back out in a very harsh way. I've also on a few occasions have awoken without the ability to speak or move while noticing a shadow figure lurking somewhere in the room or above me. It's unnerving most of the time but there has been times when it seems as if it's not threatening and I feel almost a sense of peace when just going back to sleep.