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No. 1559 [Reply]

Joker Discussion Thread: Have you seen it? What are your thoughts?

No. 1650

>>1635
If you can't have a civil discussion over a movie, politically charged or not, you need help

No. 1678

I just saw it a few days ago, and I thought it was really challenging. To think that this was a capeshit universe film is very interesting for many reasons, not the least of which is its amazing plausibility of narrative, while at the same time being so open-ended and open to interpretation. Did any of the film even happen? I think it could be argued that it didn't - that this was just the daydream of someone in a mental asylum, and the comical "Benny Hill" ending - where he ran through the doorways avoiding pursuit, *but in slow motion* as opposed to the fast-motion of the traditional depiction, was just phenomenal.

A legitimately excellently made, excellently acted, excellently directed, excellently designed movie. High points for set design/location, lighting, cinematography, and even the music had highlights. That this was a movie centered around a "comic book villain" and was done in this way is nothing short of incredible.

No. 1679

>>1678
I agree on the music. My mom's favorite scene was when Arthur was in the taxi after the evening show and White Room by Cream was playing.

No. 1680

>>1679
My mom and all of her friends (late 50’s adored this movie) my mom said the same of the White Room scene

No. 1683

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>>1679
>>1680
>tfw no mom to watch movies with
Where do I get one?



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No. 546 [Reply]

Ok, since most of the board is about night time dreaming, let's have a thread about real life dreams and aspirations.

What do you wish to achieve?
How do you plan to reach your goals?
What have you done so far to succeed?
What's keeping you down or what obstacles do you see in your path?

Tell us about your dreams anon, and hopefully we can help each other towards reaching our goals!

No. 797

I want to create a permaculture food forest that stretches for a few square miles. Imagine an entire ecosystem that sustains itself even in a drought, and where every single plant from the tallest tree to the shortest mushroom produces something that can be eaten. I want to design a system for that so that when economic collapse and climate change finally force mankind to change our ways, we have a good example of a viable alternative to implement.

No. 798

>>784
I love jordan peterson

No. 800

>>798
If you do already know of him, you might be interested in his biblical series of lectures. I have been an avowed agnostic for 15 years, and saw very little value in the bible except as a collection of fairy tales that were just favorites told over time by people too illiterate and uncreative to write new ones.

Holy shit, was I ever wrong. He seriously is helping unlock ancient wisdom millenia in the making for the masses in that series. I will never EVER look at life, or especially that book, in the same way ever again after watching just the first few.

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>>800
I used to play Minecraft and listen to his biblical lectures. I find I process fluid information better when I'm doing something else in the background.
I especially liked Biblical Series X - Abraham, Father of Nations mostly because of the way it's titled. A comment on the video said it sounded like an anime title and that's become an in-joke between my school friends.
I made this vector art for class. It took two weeks of tracing lol

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I want to draw my art faster but I can't. At this rate I will not be able to pay my rent with just commissions alone, but I really want to continue drawing instead of getting a "real job" which won't really pay me a lot better anyway in my country. Art is something I love making and I really think I could get popular since some of my art used to get reposted a lot. I'm good enough that people pay me for it, but I'm not good enough to draw fast and consistently and this is only thing holding me back.



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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. 596

>>592
>>592
I think you should consult a doctor about the safety and legitimacy of that claim.

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No. 601

Well, try it and tell us how it went?

No. 602

>>597
I spy the school shooter

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No. 583 [Reply]

Does anyone like tarot?
I don't use them to try to foresee my future, but I like to appeal to the symbolism as a way to gain a different perspective on the present. I find the symbolism to be very deep and almost archetypal. Like old folk tales, different artists have made their own interpretations and representations of the cards over many years. Their true value and power has persisted through these various variations.
Two people just quit at my job right before the start of holiday season, and one of my tires went flat. But, drawing this card reminds me to stand tall and stay resilient, despite any past blows.

No. 656

>>655
I don't mean to be rude but those things aren't effective future reading devices.
You know how some people have dreams about things that happen a few weeks later? That means that they're seeing the future. However, it's always very different, which means it's more like a rough prediction. It's like, "If everyone acts like we expect them to, it'll be like this," but since we have free will and often do unexpected things, it's slightly different in real life. Our free will keeps the future fluid. It's more like an estimate of our personalities, which are always changing. No method of future reading is effective since it just suggests what might happen.
Anyway, I believe it's a sin to even try predicting this stuff, so I stay away from it.

No. 657

Plus, those dreams and these superstitions can be explained scientifically really easily. People just like these things because they like to be told what to do or told they're doing the right thing.

No. 658

BTW this isnt op

No. 659

>>656
I know.
>>657
And I know.

I just want to get into because it seems fun.

No. 660

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I do Tarot. Been doing so I was 15 and got a Rider Waite deck from my mom for birthday.

I also own a Crowley Thoth.

I can try to help answer questions if needed.



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No. 802 [Reply]

Have you guys ever met someone you look up to in a dream?

>get up

>look at table
>it's jordan peterson
>dimly aware that i'm dreaming but mostly stoked he's just there
>he smiles
>cut to another dream where i'm telling people about a dream i had where i met jordan peterson

Dreams are confusing.
Pic related (it's him)

No. 806

>>803
I had a torture nightmare about Josef Mengele when I learned about him in school years ago

No. 807

>>806 >>803

guys i did not make this tread for nazi related dreams i dont like where this is going

No. 812

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>>803
>I met Adolf Hitler in a dream once.
Wait, you too? I actually had this dream once too, I'm pretty sure I wrote it in the dream general thread. Basically Hitler resurrected, and was giving a speech in a college about the evil jews and stuff, but nobody wanted to hear him, I spoke with him and asked him to tell me the truth about the joows.

I'm not kidding, that was my dream.

No. 813

>>812
based

No. 814

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>>813
Based on what?



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No. 42 [Reply]

it's a beautiful day outside. birds are singing. flowers are blooming…

on days like these, funposters like you

S H O U L D B U R N I N H E L L

No. 43

>current year
>still kill yourself OP

No. 45

Welp, looks like I'm in for a bath, Tim.

No. 264

>>43
What

No. 269

>>264
Anon probably meant: >still not killing yourself, OP
probably.



/mew/

No. 32 [Reply]

Post sad music, depressive music, emotional music, no matter the genre, how well known they are or anything else.

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No. 193

80s post punk is the best genre for sad music. There's so many unique sounds

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No. 243

vintage emo or nin vibes



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No. 288 [Reply]

I like this site, very wholesome…

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>>435
B or GTFO

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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. 776

I was in a house with a companion. I do not recall who my companion was - but I know that he was a man. The house was also not identifiable, but the carpet was the same as the one in my grandmother's sitting room.

I began to see tiny flashes of light in the carpet - short, glinting white flashes. I realise that the house is about to blow up. One of the scariest parts of the dream is that I then tried to communicate this to my companion, but I cannot speak the words. I just stuttered and gibbered, never being able to get past the start of words without my voice failing. At some point, I gave up and ran out of the house, forgetting my companion. The house was on a steep hill and was surrounded by concentric rings of wire fence. I jump from the top of one fence to the next, increasingly unsure of my balance. As the house explodes, I am falling a long way.

No. 777

The whole planet was consumed by some parasitic alien lifeform which were very diverse. I saw closeups of flesh being assimilated by insect-like creatures, worms, formless beasts were roaring horribly. The suddenly there were "humans" walking among them. They were pale as corpses and parasites were showing out from their ears and noses, moving slowly, controlling them most likely. But there was a weird pair: old man and woman who were holding hands and smiling at each other with an artificial expression on their faces. Then I saw another portion of close-up frames of insects consuming and poisoning flesh, laying egss, etc. It was like a badly cut footage. After that old man and woman were dancing and screaming like beasts.
Woke up.

No. 792

I had a nightmare the other day where I bought a really tiny dog, and I had it for a few days. All of the sudden, something is knocked of a table and crushes the dog; the dog is super bloody and can't walk but is still alive. For some reason, I decide to kill it by beating it to death.

After that dog dies, I go and get a big husky dog with the intent to kill that one too. I end up beating it to death with a hammer for a long time.

Even though I enjoyed it in my dream, I still consider it a nightmare. I woke up crying for those poor dogs, and I was furious at myself for dreaming something like that.

No. 809

Any tips for inducing nightmares? Dreams are nice but I always feel very alive after a nightmare and I want to have more of them.
Also hi /v/

No. 811

>>809
Stress can get you frequent nightmares, I can confirm, but I wouldn't recommend you to get stressed in order to have nightmares, in the other hand I've read that the metabolism can cause them, like eating certain kinds of food that the body can't process fast prior going to sleep, but that might just cause insomnia.

Seems most of the causes for nightmares are related to physiological disorders like depression, anxiety, PTSD, etc.

>Also hi /v/

lol, someone actually came.



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No. 698 [Reply]

I was visited by death and hell in a dream and as yet I haven't uttered this to a single soul. On recollection hades was very much alive, I witnessed a place of worship filled with parishioners with such goings on that I am still frightened to even give them breath, much less type them out for a lasting record. Frightened not of myself with its recollection , I experienced it and must live with it, but that the reader of such nightmares mighten not be able to contain the story, and that it may well be a curse best kept to myself. Or privilege? Or too personal for others. The blasphemic isn't for everybody after all. Or that this might be its interpretation by others. There is no blasphemy within this domain. Peculiar to visit there, I was not asked if I should like to and was transported there unknowing of the journey I was to take.

No. 700

Write a book about it.

No. 701

I suppose I could do a pamphlet.

No. 703

How did you know it was hell and not heaven?

No. 708

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A place of great Power
Statues of the Hero Gods
A valley, mountains and spires of flame.
The Goddess guides me.
The Glory of Geburah.

No. 808

Was it like south park satan or nah



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No. 270 [Reply]

How many of you guys are hikkis? It is not something I am proud of personally, yet, it's only been about a month into my second relapse. Have any of you been through this, and have you any advice?

No. 647

>>645
Why did you quit, man? It sounded like stuff was going great

No. 648

>>647
i don't know, i became more and more miserable with each day. i couldn't stand to be around the customers any longer, i couldn't stand to be in the cold weather. in hind-sight, i should have just asked for a week off, to collect myself, and it would have been granted more than likely. however i was acting out of a fantasy in which i would just end my life if things got too bad. it's like i've learned nothing since the last time this has happened to me. all that can be done is continue foward

No. 649

>>648
yeah, for the future time off can really heal burnout, but if you absolutely hated the job at its core it’s a bandaid. what was the nature of your work?

No. 650

>>648
dude you should tell someone if youre acting out that fantasy
do you have any other jobs in mind?

No. 651

>>649
>>650
it was retail. even from the beginning, it wasn't grounded in any sort of grand vision for my future. i always told people that I was working there because i 'have nothing else to do,' and i guess it was true. i don't have any other jobs in mind, i might look into trade school through a union/student loans. my last resort is to just join the military.



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No. 218 [Reply]

Post some spooky stories that have happened to you. I don't have any spoops sorry.

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No. 265

>>218
Yeah, I got a few. Most of the houses I've lived in my whole life have been haunted, not even shitting.

One of the first houses I lived in was a decrepit shack in rural Georgia. I don't really remember life there, but both my step-father and my mother say that they would hear footsteps and talking all the time and that we would be fast asleep/they weren't any noises a kid could really make. I once broke my collar bone there (not sure how I remember it, because I was like 3 years old) when I was pushed off the highest part of our porch (easily like 11-12 ft. I luckily fell into a pile of charcoal ashes so I didn't die) by something that couldn't be seen (it was dark outside). I also remember seeing things (like human-like shadows walking and crawling around) in the dark around the house as I got much older and had moved to a house just down the street.

No. 266

>>265
I ended up running away from home when I was fifteen (from the house just down the street from the other one funnily enough). To me, this event has signified the biggest change in my entire life. I ran away to an abandoned trailer on the property. It was recently abandoned, so it was in decent shape and had a bed/fridge/running water to it still. I lived there for two weeks and I noticed that the animals around me would act very strange. Animals would circle the trailer and I noticed that owls would situate themselves extremely close to it. Some birds even attacked the trailer. I also noticed that our animals started doing weird things. Merely a month before I ran away, my sister's dog and one of our cats disappeared into the woods in the general area of the trailer at different times. One of our dogs became very agitated while in a field near the trailer. The cat I grew up with (16 years old at the time) suddenly became youthful when she saw me again and actually tried to follow me to the trailer several times (I didn't let her come because I couldn't feed myself much, nonetheless her). This happened the entire two weeks I was there. The spookiest of it happened after about a week when I started hearing heavy footsteps walk through the house right up to the room adjacent to mine. No one was there, obviously. Perhaps a symbolic manifestation of the fact hat I wanted people to find me, but no one searched for even a minute.

Finally, the apartment I currently live in is haunted. I've had a lot of nightmares while I've lived here. I've had sleep paralysis on a couple of occasions and every time my cousin has stayed here, he's mentioned having sleep paralysis as well. Sometimes I can hear people rummaging in my kitchen even when no one is there.

No. 267

>>266
Have you ever read Beloved by Toni Morrison? I feel like it would really resonate with you

No. 268

>>267
I haven't heard of it until now. I'll be sure to check it out though.



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No. 322 [Reply]

I feel like the boards here are very specific. You can talk about dreams, health, good feelings, music, nostalgia, scary stuff, and birds. Those are all really restrictive subjects.
i'm not saying do a general board or anything, (we all know what that leads to,) but it might be nice to have broader boards.

No. 326

>>323
Yeah you guys are right, my suggestion was stupid. Disregard it please
Just thought that it would attract more visitors but you're right

No. 327

I guess I saw dreamchan more as a posivie community than a place to talk about specific boards but you're right

No. 328

>>327
I get your point, but so far I think /gf/ really makes up for any missed topic board. As long as you talk about whatever you want in a relaxed context, it goes. I spoke to Duck over DM on twitter once and he said that in the almost 3 and a half years he has only deleted a handful of posts, 95% of those being spam/illegal, only a couple of those being trolling jerks

No. 329

can we get a greentext board

No. 330

>>329
>can we get a greentext board

every board is a greentext board :) make a thread in /gf/



/bm/

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No. 615 [Reply]

Anon, did you make resolutions for the new year? Goals you want to follow? Bad habits to get rid of, good habits to get used to? This is the thread for discussion and sharing experience.

Note: Resolutions are not unique to new years. This thread is about the discussion of every goal we try to achieve in this year. If you started a day or a month into 2020, no worries. We would still like to hear what you have to say.

Mine are:
>Reduce fast food, once in 4 weeks (last time I went on the 28th so I can't go sooner than the 25th this month)
>Greatly limit internet time to 2h (using the internet for work does not count)
>Start the day by reading
>No sodas or alcohol
>Drink 4 of water every day

Remember not to beat yourself up by saying things like "Everyone breaks their resolution." or "Same shit every year.". Attitudes like this keep one stuck in the mud. Getting rid of such negativity can be the first goal.
If you rebound, you haven't failed. Losing track of your goal is the only way to fail so keep going and mind your actions.

This thread was made in 2020 but counts for all years after too.

No. 624

:-)

No. 640

I'm sick and tired of not doing what I should do! For four years, I have wasted my time! No more, I say! This post, made on the 18th of January 2020 reminds me, KBH, that I am going to make my future, one painful day at a time! No matter how difficult the road is ahead, I have to look at the long-term goal. Only through my own effort will I succeed. It matters not what I am currently reaching for, or even what the result is, but I must continue taking on this attitude with me in the future! I can do this!

No. 641

>>640
"From this instant on, vow to stop disappointing yourself. Seperate yourself from the mob. Decide to be extraordinary and do what you need to do - now."
- Epictetus, Stoic Philosopher of Greece

No. 642

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>>640
Go for it anon. Principles are what set you apart from the weak.

Remember that failure is not falling but staying on the ground. Strength is picking yourself up!

Ganbatte

No. 643

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>>641
>>642
Thank you anons! I will do my best for not just myself but you guys too :)



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No. 1353 [Reply]

This thread is just for the little good feelings that are worth mentioning but not big enough to warrant an entire dedicated thread.

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>>1674
…is there a full collection of these?

No. 1676

I just took my first real shower after a three day winter camping trip. Feels fucking fantastic.

No. 1681

I had a fluffernutter sandwich for the first time in years, felt like a kid again :^3

No. 1682

>>1675
I'm not sure.



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No. 1561 [Reply]

Post cute things!

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Hachikuji Mayoi coming through!

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No. 49 [Reply]

I have to keep my bathroom door closed at all times because I'm afraid ghosts might come out of the mirror when the bathroom is dark.

No. 62

growing up i couldn't sleep knowing the bathroom door was open down the hall. i had an irrational fear of the toilet unattaching itself from the floor and coming to eat me

No. 82

I can't browse /x/ or think of aliens at night, or else I get afraid of the dark.

No. 83

>>49
When I was a kid, I'd imagine aliens were about to attack, whenever a plane passed in the night.
>>62
I always stay far away from floor vacuums, moving bikes behind me, escalators, Etc.
The image of a person being flattened will forever be ingrained in my mind.
>>82
I never watch horror movies.

No. 261

For a while (maybe a couple years or so) when I was a kid, I half expected to see a dead body on the toilet any time I walked into the bathroom. Never figured out why.

>>50
Also stuff like your pic is exactly why I keep my blinds drawn 24/7.

No. 263

>>49
I recently got over my fear of the dark as an adult, taking my dog on walks in the nearby woods after dark. I forgot to bring a flashlight once, and made my way around with moonlight, and since then I've been taking him out without a flashlight on all but the darkest nights.

We surprised a raccoon like that yesterday, so I'm pretty pleased with myself.



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No. 628 [Reply]

Sitting in class watching some kids eat edibles while the professor is literally none the wiser. I can't help myself from wondering how miserable of a person you need to be in order to do drugs in the middle of class. I feel bad for them, honestly.

Drugs are fun while they last, but they're really not good for you. Share your wacky experiences with them.

Thhis is bad thred btw

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Every time I've done any drug things have always gone mildly shit to completely shit.

A perfect example is when I tried weed and got brain damage. The first fucking time I use it and I get damage that usually only happens to heavy long term users. Even the neurologist sounded like he thought I was lying about being a first time user. The high was the only one out of all the drugs I've tried that was good, but the aftermath made my life significantly worse. The symptoms have faded a bit thankfully, but they never went away. To this day I can't really see right.

LSD just made me feel like a severe schizophrenic, unable to keep a simple thought straight in my head constantly fighting off delusion. (Prescribed) amphetamines made me feel cold, antsy, angry, and made it impossible to eat. Benzos made me lose control of my emotions.

Even basic drugs everyone uses fuck me up somehow. Every time I drink alcohol it usually ends with me lying on the floor sobbing alternately cursing god and demanding to be smote. When I used caffeine pills to pull an all nighter I had panic attacks.

I guess you could say I have drug problems lol ;_;
Seriously though I am actually envious of miserable people who can at least enjoy drugs, as a miserable POS who can't.

No. 635

>>632
I'd say I detest it, but honestly, there was a time when I yearned for drugs so I could make it through my day.
>>634
Damn, that kinda sucks actually. I guess it's good in the fact that it can help steer you away from this hell.

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>>635
>I guess it's good in the fact that it can help steer you away from this hell.
Yeah, that is a silver lining. Sorry for complaining by the way, it's not all that bad. I just got a bit worked up since thinking about people who can get reliable enjoyment from stuff like that makes me feel doubly left out. Left out of most regular fun, and left out of even the last ditch effort of drugs. Though again sorry for making the thread about me and my issues.

To get back on topic, I did have one wacky experience. On LSD for no apparent reason I ate everything in the produce drawer of my fridge. Including a head of cabbage, a raw onion, and horseradish root. I wasn't even hungry at the time and I don't even like cabbage. So what was up with that? ┐(´∀`)┌

No. 638

Man, dreamch is always so dead. Why the sudden burst of activity today morning?

No. 639

>>637
It's alright, man. It sucks that you don't get to really experience a lot of the things that others get to, but I think that it's probably for the best. Pretty weird story though lol.
>>638
Because I'm here, bby



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No. 452 [Reply]

I googled it and I got nothing but redirects to Dreamchan. Is he an symbol of some kind, like a mascot?

Also, does Bavi mean bird?

Sorry for all the questions, I'm relatively new here.

No. 453

I was referencing Albert Camus' The Myth of Sisyphus, where he notes that even though Sisyphus is eternally rolling his stone uphill, he is fulfilled in what he does, even if the task itself is meaningless. Like a treadmill, the pigeon forges endlessly on, without any gain from our perspective but from his he is continually gaining territory.

I hate to be a middle-school-babby's-first-philosophy guy, but you should take a look at some of his works. They really provide a bit more insight into the meaning of living our lives, which is something I suppose many on this website may use a little bit of.

No. 454

>>452
BAVI = "Birds Are Very Important"

No. 455

>>454
nice



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No. 720 [Reply]

What are the recurring themes/elements in your dreams?

>places I've been to, but mixed in a way that create new places, so I can't recognize them

>bridges
>trains
>driving
>flying (rare)
>time travel (e.g. have a limited amount of time to restore things)
>being late

No. 736

>>720
>sex
>incest
>past
>future
>angels
>death
>apocalyptic scenarios
>traveling alone
>being killed
>dying

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>>720
I don't remember most of my dreams but i know buying my little pony toys at the store is a recurring theme in my dreams

No. 754

Its hard to remember exactly but pretty much every dream i have is about things in life going wrong, like failing school and crashing my car. They are very believable until i wake up.

No. 762

I used to dream a lot of bathrooms one to two years ago and probably still do, just that I don't write down my dreams right now.

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>schools, especially cafeterias and rows of lockers
>places I used to live
>malls, sometimes merging with schools
>houses with tons of staircases and usually one room at the very top
>vast underground complexes
>driving, or trying unsuccessfully to find my car
>systems of narrow, sometimes very steep dirt trails winding through the woods
>bathrooms (but only when I have to pee IRL)



/bavi/

No. 215 [Reply]

Post BAVIVideos

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No. 444

>>443
One must imagine Pigeonphus happy

No. 445

>>444
>From the beginning, it was a play with no plot and no players that were anything more than portions of a master drive of purposeless self-mutilation.
>..everything is engaged in a disordered fantasia of carange.
>Everything tears away at everything else….forver.
Pigeonphus is just a myth for a reason.

No. 446

>>445
FUCK
carnage*

No. 451

lol
>be berd



/mew/

No. 25 [Reply]

What are some good, long songs? I know I enjoy spacing out to songs that build and progress over a long time while I'm working. Whether it's an album with seamless transitions or just a long-ass song, I want to hear what your favorites are.

I feel like the 3 minutes and change for a track and then on to a brand new song can get a bit jarring and distracting sometimes

I know Pink Floyd and King Crimson are good bands for that, and I like X Japan's 'Art of Life' and Dire Straits 'Telegraph Road' as other examples of longer songs I like

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No. 216

heres a neat song I can really space out to

No. 217

Have some Iron Maiden. \m/

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No. 131 [Reply]

Let's talk about how great birds are for memes.

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this butterfly looks like an owl

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I hope you can enjoy these

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No. 155

>>150
>>151
i'm enjoying these, thanks friendo

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/bavi/

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No. 374 [Reply]

Let's kick it off lads

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The birds won!

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>>374
swOWL

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Superb Owl 2020 is around the corner and the junior varsity team is stoked

No. 449

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Never skip leg day when training for the Superb Owl



/mew/

No. 232 [Reply]

Anyone here like breakcore? What are some of your favorites?

No. 233

>>232
i really like sewerslvt if that counts

No. 234

Goreshit, Astro The Fox and Renard are some of my favorite artists. I prefer faster stuff when it comes to breakcore and to electronic music in general, to be honest. goreshit put out a nice compilation of his music a little while ago - https://goreshit.bandcamp.com/album/a-decade-of-shit-the-very-most-bearable-of-goreshit but pretty much everyone who's into breakcore probably stumbled across their stuff at least once. Other two artists - Astro and Ren can be found at https://elysiantunes.bandcamp.com and https://lapfoxtrax.com/ respectively

No. 239

>>232
Does this count?

No. 240

My tastes are pretty basic but Nero's Day at Disneyland is my top pick. The manic thematic highly sampled sound of From Rotting Fantasylands is something I'm still desperately trying to find more of. Some come close like Igorrr, but nothing exactly in the same vein.

Regarding subgenres like lolicore, I'm not too deep into them, but aside from the ones already mentioned like goreshit some artists I've liked are waqs, nekophiliac, maedasalt, riajuu, and dissociative children.

No. 241

>>240

is lolicore even legal