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No. 1293 [Reply]

Let's discuss our favorite anime girls, and what we like about them!

>What kind of anime girls should we discuss?

Any one nice, sweet, kind, or just down right cute! Would your favorite anime girl make a good wife? What about a mother? What made you like her in the first place?

>I'm considering posting something lewd and rude.

Take it some where else, this thread is not for that kind of girl.

>This is a dumb thread, dumb subject, you're a homo

Before posting with this sentiment, take yourself to another thread. Or better yet, go nowhere, you're not likely to contribute anywhere anyways.

>Appreciating in innocence - Vs - the trap that is waifuism

It's no secret that waifuism is an idolatrous vice. If this thread tempts you to fall into it, stay strong, and head on to another thread on this board. On the other hand it's natural to think of ideals and traits you appreciate in a nice lady, so if you're comfortable here, and want to share, go ahead and post!

To start, Ritsu is my favorite cool anime girl. Her boisterous personality is at first off putting, but underneath it she's a sweet girl who wants some one to like her.


/nos/

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No. 378 [Reply]

What are some VHS tapes that you remember watching when you were younger. Could be home videos, movies, tv shows, cartoons, anime, shit you found in a dumpster, etc.

Share some /nos/talgic VHS memories!

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used to watch this everyday. found it on YouTube recently. it still has such a weird vibe.

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I just remembered watching this… Mighty mouse on the VHS

No. 720

We had Rubbadubbers on VHS. My mother had one of those cars with VHS players, and that's one of the things we watched.
That's about all I remember.

No. 731

My mom used to sit for ages watching MTV and recording music videos on VHS tapes if I had a birthday party coming up. I guess the benefit was there were no ads/bumpers and you could cut out the songs you don't enjoy. Plus music videos are a lot more fun than a CD. I bet there are still some tapes in the attic full of 90s MTV nostalgia.

It was also a big deal in my country to have your photo shown on this national children's television show. Every morning they'd show the photos of a select few kids and two puppets would wish them a happy birthday. I remember my mom sent my photo in every year and finally (I think I was around 9 or 10) they used my photo. I had such a great morning asking all my friends before class if they saw me on tv lol.

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I remember watching Tabaluga when I was a child.



/gf/

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No. 932 [Reply]

Let's talk about good movies that we enjoy

Juvenile choice but I watched goodfellas with my lady friend recently, she's never seen it. It's a movie that with the dialogue i can watch over and over again.

No. 1238

>>1228
I think it was the character writing that for me propelled it to a level above standard action movie schlock. It's not an all time great or anything close, but I found it a level above average. I haven't seen the second one but I hear that's good too.

No. 1239

>>1228
I don't know, I thought it was a total mess; it was an action film masquerading as a thriller. Apparently the second one is more coherent

No. 1247

I also just finished watching Sicario. Wasn't as good as I was expecting. Was it a thriller, or a slow burn drama? Because in my eyes it failed at both.

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Come and See by Elem Klimov

I don't have much technical language or film theory under my belt to describe why I like it, but it's just very good IMO. The suffering of the protagonist is conveyed to the viewer in a very immersive manner.

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This will forever be my favourite movie. I love the music, the set and puppetry are beautiful, Jennifer Connolly and David Bowie are stunning, the costumes are gorgeous and the ballroom scene impresses me every single time I watch it. I've even considered naming my first daughter Sarah because I'm so in love with the character. It's so refreshing to see a young female character with such determination but also compassion. She's not shy and I love that.



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No. 239 [Reply]

ITT:Worst nightmare you ever had.

No. 472

A few nights ago I had a dream where I was a small child and a friend of the family (who does not exist IRL) was living with us. Every day my parents would go out the house and he would chase me down and beat me, I felt so weak and helpless. Throughout the dream he would just hurt, torment and threaten me whenever my parents were out of sight and then act all charming around them. I remember in the dream I didn't even think about telling my parents what was going on because I was scared and it was sort of like I had the mind of a child. I was so confused and upset and the man actually seemed more like a big monster to me. And yeah… this dream went on for quite and while and it was very distressing. When I woke up I was both relieved and sort of shocked at what I had dreamed.
I had no such experience growing up so it came as a shock that I would dream it out of nowhere.
My parents never hurt me and neither did any family friends, I am not sure what caused this dream but it has been on the back of my mind ever since. There is nothing quite as scary as being a small child who has no hope of defending themselves from a fully grown adult.
The dream has given me more empathy and thought towards those who have had such experiences for real growing up.

No. 476

>>304
woah…
that's pretty spooky

No. 995

>>239
one where I visited my grandparents house
it was a long long time ago, just before both of them died
it was a normal bright day, and they lived just down the road so i went to visit like i would usually
most stuff was normal in the nightmare but i couldnt stop feeling like something was wrong
their faces were wrong, and they spoke sort of robot-like
when i tried to act like everything was fine, they got agressive, and when they realised that i figured out they werent my grandparents, their mouths extended past their heads in a rage and they marched towards me making a horrible low-pitched noise

ive had similar nightmares but in other situations, where these "invaders" ill call them, try and convince me that im living my everyday life, and when i realise im not, try to kill me

No. 996

I killed someone very close to me
I thought it was real

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I used to have recurring nightmares as a child about dinosaurs. I think it had something to do with having watched Jurassic Park way before I was ready to see something so violent. Most of my dreams would involve hiding from or being chased by herds of dinosaurs. I remember one dream vividly where I was hiding in a caravan and dinosaurs were circling it. I had to go to school, which meant passing some of these herds and I was holding onto someone's hand really tightly and holding my breath. The dreams were never gory/violent but they were very, very tense. At some point I realised that if I hit myself really hard in the dream, that I would actually hit myself in real life too which would wake me (although, first I had to realise I was in a dream, which is terribly difficult). I guess this is why people talk about "pinching" themselves to wake themselves up.

I think the worst nightmares are always in sleep paralysis or while having night terrors. It's very difficult to tell that you're dreaming and the hallucinations seem real because a part of you is awake. I've had all kinds of hallucinations of shadows coming into my room, insects crawling all over my bed and I'll even have times where I'll get up and go about my morning routine but something is "off" like someone will say something cruel to me and then all of a sudden I wake for real. Sometimes I can't tell if the hallucination really happened or if it was just a hallucination. It genuinely puts me in a horrible mood for the rest of the day.



/dr/

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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. 1003

>>994
lole'ed

No. 1004

>>1002
>small but thick and heavy mech

Unf.

Hell of a dream, anon. Very dream-like. Good one. I hope I have a dream sometime soon, too. Maybe not today though, because I just watched a pretty scary horror movie.

No. 1005

I had a dream that I was alone with in my house with one of my mum's milf friends (who doesn't exist irl). I don't remember the details but she comented seeing on my dick through my sweatpants, and then we fucked and it was incredibly hot casual sex (yes even in my dream I used a condom). I want to continue that dream but in real life because I don't have sex.

No. 1006

I was cleaning this classroom, trying to make a good job of it. A guy who was my friend during middle school kept showing up here and there telling he was about to participate on a very demanding race and I encouraged him to do his best. There's some money lying around the room so I gather all of it in a box. The blackboard is fairly dirty and someone comes around and suggests we use bleach on it. He takes the blackboard away to soak in bleach and when he comes back, the entire surfice of the thing has changed into this rags texture and is falling all over the place. I complain it took hours to do this and it turned out awful, that we should just cleaned normally with a wet cloth.

No. 1007

I wish I could remember my dreams in their entirety. I used to write them down and it helped a lot, I really need to start doing that again.

Part of my dream from last night was that I was back in school again and someone brought a gerbil to class. I think it was black and red. At one point, someone opened the classroom door and the gerbil ran out. I was really worried for the gerbil, so I helped to search for it. I found it under a table and I had to crawl under to reach it. I caught it but the little thing was so scared that its heart was racing. I knew I did the right thing but I also felt bad about giving it a fright.



/nos/

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No. 476 [Reply]

The nostalgia for the 00's right after the next corner, lets talk about it.
I just saw Harry Potter while channel surfing, I know that HP and the whole fantasy wave will be a massive nostalgia blast in a couple of years.

I don't miss much of the culture and stuff but my 90's memories are a void and many important events for my life happen in the 00's
On a personal level I been missing the 00's because I miss teen me, the lifestyle I had back then and the friends I had.
Me and my friends were kind of hipster-nerds, we talked about weird movies, obscure music, strange comics and still keeping an intellectual air to it and there were many persons like that who fed that feeling/aesthetic.
I'm sad that a lost all of that and I became a run of the mill nerd, all other people like that peobably moved on and have jobs and families now.

Lets talk about what we were doing not so long ago.

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>>713
They really had a good way of painting that lonely feel, something about the way they were made always gave me that vibe. There still is the amateur side of things around today, RPGmaker, fangames, rom hacks, and the occasional indie game. But they lack the variety they used to have. Sure they were amateur but the amateur stuff now is all developed from Tumblr or charges you for something that someone made as a labor of love years ago for free.
Its something you miss really, and you can tell when you look at something whether or not someone put some effort in it. Even the copy paste kit RPG Maker is, people put effort in with. Or at least have fun. Now everything is on youtube or done in app stores.

No. 721

>>715
>>714
>>713
>>709
>>707
>>706
>>705
>>559
My /f/rinds, 4chan's /f/ is still going strong.
Pay us a visit, will you? If you ever see this, that is.

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I did anon, thank you very much for posting this. I did not get into imageboards until a few years ago, I hung around on the knockoff sites and Newgrounds but not 4chan. It moves pretty fast for what should be something dying I was amazed to see that in two days the whole front of it changed.

No. 729

>>715
mokou's theme is one of my personal favorites

No. 730

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00's were like the 90's with a nice tech update (and the tech would be still enough and usefull today) but without the flaws of reality dominating social media (Hashtags and virtual identity) and smartphone-optimized normienet. Sure I'm biased, I'm born in the late 80's and my youth was basically the 00's, webm related. I cultivated "my" 00's lifestyle till it became an obsession. I live in the past, with all the good stuff, avoiding the bad stuff.



/bm/

No. 438 [Reply]

I saw a short interview with the actor who played Barney the Dinosaur the other day. I know it sounds ridiculous but I can't stop thinking about it. Here's a guy with probably one of the shittiest jobs I can imagine and he's just radiating happiness while talking about it. Imagine being in that giant suit, having to dance around for hours probably to kiddie music, the studio lights beaming down on you, you can barely see anything and you're sweating like crazy. But this guy has nothing but positive things about the experience, in fact he says he "loved" being Barney. Most people who do costume work only do it to move up to something better but this guy played Barney for TEN YEARS. He even loves the annoying "I love you" song that Barney sings which he's probably had to listen to thousands of times over the years.

I can't stop thinking about how positive and happy this guy is. I'm such a aggressive, pessimistic, stressed-out person. If I had a job like that, I would probably complain about it all the time. I wish I could be like him and see it as nothing but pure joy. I want whatever he has. In the video, he mentions that he studies Tantra and regularly did meditation. Do you think that's the key to becoming calm and content like he is? Or is that just who he is as a person?


/gf/

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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

No. 1271

>>1232
being a librarian seems top-tier comfy

No. 1278

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`PERSONAL WALLPAPER FOLDER AS OF OCTOBER, 2018`

Uploading this through mega to make downloading easier
https://mega.nz/#F!uOZTyIRZ!lgVoyP5EN-ey5zieYxQv4Q
The subfolders do not contain different images, just copies of the ones in the main folder but sorted
I know it might be a strange way to organize, but it works for me

I figured someone here would like this
Almost all of the papes are taken from /wg/ on 4chan

No. 1288

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No. 1289

I will soon be moving into my first ever apartment and I'm really looking forward to placing and decorating everything the way I want it to be.

No. 1290

>>1288
love this pic. I used to draw a lot of atmospheric meme pics like this. I'm in the drawing mood now.

>>1289
Congratulations, anon. Independence is such an alleviating feeling. What kind of decor style will you be using for your apartment? I personally like victorian french/rococo. My room is decked out with tons of antiques.



/meta/

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No. 270 [Reply]

Free trash.

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/mew/

No. 152 [Reply]

I assume anons that would come to this site must like ambience in music, too? Nothing beats shutting your eyes and getting lost in ethereal soundscapes, and temporarily escaping from the world into a place where time doesn't exist.

No. 166

>>162
bandcamp ambient is definitely a lot more polished. aphex twin's ambient works can be hit-or-miss in my opinion.

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No. 169

something like this?
(its a whole OST from an upcoming game)

No. 170

from those submachine games back when flash was a thing

No. 171

The shoegazing genre sounds like what you're describing. One of my favourite ambient albums is Souvlaki, by Slowdive



/gf/

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No. 1060 [Reply]

I'm really not sure where i could post it, because there is no dedicated art board, but I'm looking people interested in submitting their comics or other stuff to a zine I'm making, Topics include comfiness, dreams, nostalgia, nature. more here https://github.com/mtk538/Zine

Pic rel is Cover page WORK IN PROGRESS

No. 1280

>>1279
I love this meme.

I also love this zine. Issue 2 WHEN

No. 1283

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>>1279
>>1280
thank you

draw comics my dudes
sadly at this point I have 0 comic submissions, and for the zine to have some readable content, we need comics! This is an avant-garde zine, you don't have to be fuckin Urasawa to submit your stuff. Even if you have little experience in drawing (like me) you can scribble something witty.

And the more we get the faster #2 will be released

No. 1285

Submissions so far, without counting my own stuff. (I)- Important. (2018.11.16):
(I)comics - few "mentioned" that are in making, but 0 100% confirmed or submitted. Looking for more
comic strips - 0
(I) Illustrations etc. - 2 authors submitted, 2 more announced. Still looking for more
(I) Photos - 1 author submitted. Looking for more
(I) Poems/haiku - 2 authors, several poems. Got enough, submissions closed.
(I) Short stories/written stuff - 1 author, 2 submissions. Still looking for at least 1 more author.
ASCII - 0
others - not sure

So the zine #2 is approx 6/14 done. But as you can see, we have 0 comics so far.

No. 1286

>>1285
What sort of photographs are you looking for?

No. 1287

>>1286
https://blackfogzine.org/guideline.html

Avant-garde, alternative, comfy, nature, melancholy, food, aesthetics, weird fiction, dystopia, cyberpunk, nihilism, horror, computers, dreams, philosophical pessimism, dark humour, retro.

these are the zine themes, if your photos fit at least one, it will probably be fine ^^



/bm/

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No. 435 [Reply]

Hello, my friends.

For a while now I have had the assumption that I, personally, perceive the state of "feeling touched / moved" as more extreme than other people, though I have no idea why that might be.
The best example for this is whenever my dear mom passionately tells me about things she has done, for instance crafting some decoration, how proud she is of the outcome and that she'd like to show me. I perceive this as really cute and am extremely moved every time, but this "aww"-feeling seems more like sadness than anything else and one time even caused me to have some sort of emotional breakdown. One where I was crying for 2 hours straight, and I didn't even know what for - I still don't, in fact. This can't be entirely normal, can it?

My mom is the person I love most in this world, so then why do I feel so sad at times where her happiness shines through the most? Does it subconsciously remind me that I won't have her around forever? Maybe it reminds me of times when I wasn't good to her and I feel more grief now whenever I see how nice of a person and thus how undeserving she was of bad things that happened in the past?

Maybe some anons here have had similar experiences - if so, please tell us! Or maybe all of this really is normal after all and this is just what feeling moved is all about.

No. 436

It can be """normal""" if you are an introvert. Because introverts can be more intense with feelings when they are real.

Daydreaming imagining your mom dead and how you could've been a better person to your family or close friends and whatever, happens sometimes inside the mind of introverts, because they fantasize too much.

But if it's been occurring for a long time, all the time, it might be depression.

I was used to feel this way almost everyday, but it's getting better. Start to exercise, you can run, jump, ride a bike or something. I promise you're gonna feel better.

No. 437

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>>435
this is pretty much how I feel when I'm finally coming out of a long period of depression. i get emotional over the smallest things, even to the verge of tears sometimes. but i usually readjust and things level out after about a week or so.



/meta/

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No. 264 [Reply]

I love the turkey on the home page :3 I accidentally clicked on it and madness ensued, keep up the good work duck

No. 265

I must also chime in - the Turkey is beautiful. /BAVI/ to the holidays.



/bm/

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No. 211 [Reply]

Bottling only makes it harder.
This thread is intented for people who would like to rant and write out their feelings.

It's possible to just spill everything in the textbox, explain it detailed or even write poems/haikus or stories, whatever your want.
You can give yourself a time- or character limit if you feel overwhelmed with writing down all that is going on.
You may also ask for advice or similiar.


It's hard to keep up a happy face, don't hide under a mask in order to lie to yourself.
Be honest with yourself and your feelings, that's the first step towards self improvement.

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I will be going to an amusement park 3 hours away with a group of people from my job that I've never hung out with before.
They will be here to pick me up in a couple of minutes

Anxiety levels are off the charts…
I just wanna have fun why can't I be like normal people?

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>>427

How did it go, anon?

No. 431

I had a lot of problems with social anxiety, but over the past 2 years I made a lot of progress and am now on my best way to re-enter society, so to speak. I am still a very untrusting person and my ideals, realistically, are ridiculous and can't be matched by anyone, so this step I'm doing for me and to be able to live a good life by being able to make money and go potentially go after interests pertaining the outside world. But of course I am still an empathetic person.

Now, today I have watched The Elephant Man for the very first time and cried a lot. I am scared that my sad philosophics, which didn't actively or strongly hurt me for years now - thankfully, really are much worse and a much deeper pain than I tend to believe. I am scared that the real horror of these thoughts has yet to catch up with me and that it might happen at any given time and destroy everything I have tried to build for myself these past 2 years. There is still the chance I am only this melancholic because I have seen the movie just hours ago and the experience is still fresh. I am not sure if it would be better for me to go into therapy in an attempt to prevent a potential crisis.

No. 433

>>428
It was meh, not best night of my life tier but by no means horrible
In the end I'm glad I went but I wish I had talked more with everyone, I kinda shied away at times and just was by myself not participating

No. 434

>>433
That's only normal if you're a really shy person to begin with. You need the familiarization, and it won't come with the first or even second or third time - most likely it will take at least 5 more times in which you actively decide to participate in such events and endure the slight embarrassment you feel due to your introverted nature. The next few times might also feel harder to attend because, obviously, on top of your shy nature you might now also feel failure and frustration, because you can't succeed this quick.
However, it will get better; it just takes a while. Point is, you need to keep up with these things despite them feeling awkward, because you need to endure that awkwardness.

I can promise you this will work without a doubt and I'd be willing to bet my lifesavings that you will feel fully integrated into the group 100% by the 15th event at maximum. I can also promise you that, by then, you'd at least possess double, or even triple the confidence you have now - and in general, not just among the people you have become used to.



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No. 299 [Reply]

I start:

>Earthbound

No. 658

>>657
One of my great regrets in life is never having played any LOZ games :/

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>>658
Really? Not him, but I really find strange when people says they have never played a Zelda game, I used to play a bunch of Zelda games when I was a kid.

You still can play and enjoy them, I recommend you starting with 'A Link to the Past', pretty comfy and fun game, I think it was my first one.

https://youtu.be/gMnZite_lB0
https://youtu.be/Lahn6mN-hnk

No. 726

>>659
Lol I played a little bit of the adobe flash port of the first game on Kongregate and was like, "this sux XDDDD"

Also Digimon >>>>>> Dragon Warrior >>>>>> Pokémon

No. 727

Pokemon Yellow, Pokemon Crystal, Kirby, Nightmare in Dreamland, Halo Combat Evolved, Halo Custom Edition, Halo 2, Age of Empires 2.

No. 728

>>727
And Legend of Zelda Oracle of Seasons, and Turok 2.



/bavi/

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No. 288 [Reply]

I like this site, very wholesome…

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dare you enter my magical realm?

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Wonderful gift to New York
((THANK))

Archive.is is down for me right now, so copy and paste this link

msn.com/en-us/news/us/rare-mandarin-duck-finds-home-in-central-park-its-an-incredible-gift/ar-BBPdfGj

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>>412
wonderful news!

No. 414

>>329
Anarcho-mutualist parrot.



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No. 1026 [Reply]

/Comfy/ Gondola thread <3

No. 1193

>>1188
Feels like I asked about something else recently that also ended up being from that movie. Think it's a sign I should watch it again, it's been too long.
Thanks a ton anon, the song is great.

No. 1233

I've got a good idea, gondola Hyper Light Drifter.
Using this song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEA5Xuc4-a4
With gondola taking the place of the drifter in the bonus scene after you beat the game
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wM_ljL8FWGQ

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>>1129
This has always been a favorite of mine, it is so comfy <3

No. 1282

>>1281
I forgot where is this song from, Chobits?

No. 1284

>>1037
Dear whoever made this, I love you and we are probably very similar people.



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No. 429 [Reply]

Anyone else doing this?

I know a lot of people are skeptical of any health benefits that could be gained from not wagglin your willly and idk if there are true health benefits myself, but I know for sure I am addicted to pornography and I want to stop. I have many personal reasons as to why I want to stop masturbating and watching porn.

So thoughts on nofap?
Tips and tricks to help fight the urge when it comes?

No. 430

I don't know about health benefits and I can see it being a harm if you are used to jerking yourself more than once a day and then going to 0 for a long time.

It's certainly an act of self discipline though. If you manage to hold this for a whole month I'm sure you'll find the will and energy to do other things like study or medidate.

Best of luck anon.

No. 432

>>430
I'm also of the opinion that it's more of an exercise in self-control than anything. I personally fap a few times a day even though I, "don't want to." but it definitely saps my motivation after I'm done.

My only cure is to keep busy, but even working 12 hours a day isn't busy enough, so honestly it's really hard for me to go more than a couple days without coming across some anime grill thumbnail that boils my oil.



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No. 106 [Reply]

They half-shamed, soon mourning,
crept resignedly but not rustling
your moonlit body.

Beauteous skies
silvered with drippings of star-dust,
a world mortal without palpable matters.

Restrung skin, dripping.

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Midnight-tide pain concerns ghastly miscalculations.
The eyes have been screaming for escape.

Remember, artificial visitor:
I am delicate.

Life, conqueror of dreams,
leave us!

No. 109

This is a good thread I like the photos and the vague, spooky messages

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A fragment we tore,
sweet & carefully.


Shrieks.

By fireflies,
something elderly embodies
your alien language,
a bloody-lettered theme.

Her ghost: a fellow suggestion.

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A blurred wedding, Father blessing.

Exceptions: normal.
We're empty.
Found watching shadows, waiting.

Suddenly, a sharpness and drenched breaths.

Into the body, a hand ruining all inside.

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Yet I, in black surface, soft brilliance,
ashamed of memories, tremble in truth,
the space bringing to light
burnt laws on mortal inmates.



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No. 191 [Reply]

Where is the Halloween button on all of the boards?! It's halfway through October!

No. 198

>>194
No opposition.

No. 201

>>192
quak.gif

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Damn, the hallowen button is back.

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No. 263

osaka



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No. 120 [Reply]

let's talk about jazz.

these days i mostly listen to '60s avant-garde & spiritual jazz, but i just started reading "Footprints", the biography on Wayne Shorter, and I've been rediscovering his discography while I read through it. He's quickly becoming one of my favorite personalities in jazz.

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Some Anon recommended me this album with Scenery by Ryo Fukui, some years ago on /gf/, I hope he stills around, if so, thanks dude.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDVwUMopO_4

No. 127

>>124
thanks anon i will make my way through some of these, i appreciate it!

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No. 130

>>129
very nice anon

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No. 402 [Reply]

Does anyone here suffer from tinnitus? How you deal with the blasted ringing when it comes? I feel like I can't enjoy the simple pleasures of music anymore.

No. 411

Yeah, although it's mostly notable at night nowadays. It used to be pretty loud but over the years it has become some sort of low volume static.
The world is loud in general.

No. 412

I have it, but it's not that loud for me. Hence why i got used to it easily. One of my friends has it too, but it's much worse for him, his tip for me was to ignore it, just how one anon said already. You'll get used to it, eventually.

No. 415

I've heard from several people that the white/pink/brown noise generators on https://mynoise.net/ can help alleviate tinnitus for a while. If it's more of a pulsing ring, maybe sine waves can also help.

No. 416

OP here, happy to report that it is getting better now. I gave more focus to listening to the world and music around me (at safe levels) than the tinnitus. When it comes though, I let it happen. Acceptance truly gives it less energy, and though it is still a bother, it isn't a big one anymore ;)

No. 417

>>416
Im glad to hear that.



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No. 966 [Reply]

How come our minds can make super complex dreams sometimes that are like movies and have plots and are interesting but when you try to make up a story consciously it sucks or you can't think of anything?

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it's the opposite for me. i have a super vivid imagination and daydream a lot, but when it comes to normal dreams i can never remember them.

No. 978

Dreams are just an experience of the subconscious. They unfold completely organically, there is no arch, no story to be written, it's just things happening as they occur to you. Writing stories requires a working understanding of a bunch of different things most people can't be bothered to care about.

No. 983

Reality cannot distract you when you're asleep.

No. 992

if you actually watched a dream whilst you were sober, it would be an incoherent mess. Your brain just sort of accepts it at the time

No. 993

>>966
I think when we consciously try to come up with a story, we tend to stick too closely to tropes and conventions, so it ends up feeling boring. Dreams don't care about rules or logic. They have no filter. That's what makes them such a great source of creativity.

>>992
This is probably true. The real magic happens just after you wake up, when your half-lucid mind tries to make sense of the dream. That's the one moment when we are able to mediate between raw sensory impressions and structured, conceptual thought.

Most of my good ideas have emerged from that state of mind.



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No. 215 [Reply]

Post BAVIVideos

No. 387

Very comfy

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No. 410

==???Do duck feet make good snow shoes???==

Find out now!



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No. 1 [Reply]

ducki

No. 224

>>10
I remember, once, when I was little, I was at a lake with my pop and brother, feeding geese, and one goose stole the bread I was eating, so I grabbed it by the neck, walked up to my dad, and asked if I could keep it.

He said no.

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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