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ゆっくりしていってね !

/lounge/

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 No.800[Reply]

What are you having to drink, fellow rolls?

I went out for dinner tonight and had a few different drinks: a cocktail called Chuck Norris which was bourbon, ginger and lemon; two different drinks in a jar; one spiced rum, pineapple, lime and ginger ale, and the other bourbon, orange, cinnamon and ginger ale. Finished off with some sake. Delicious times all round.
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 No.5356

My usual is Captain Morgan's with diet coke and a slice of lime. I also really like whiskey. I'm going to Germany soon and I can't wait to try some weissbiers that I can't buy at home.

 No.5361

Didn't have time to get anything for this friday night, so I'm writing this instead as a substitute. I mainly drink beer, it's what I enjoy most and one beer lasts longer than a drink or straight pour of something. I do enjoy rum for more festive occasions, and during holidays I like to get some whiskey to sip on in the evening, but I don't like getting drunk on those that much. Not wine either. Like the taste of all three very much, but the inebriation feels hollow somehow. I guess there's something in the hops or something that's essential for my enjoyment.

My go-to beers I think are Lagunitas Maximus, any of Fullers stuff, Newcastles and Baron Trenck.
Also have two beers I've only drunk once but that I still remember dearly.
A Rochefort, don't remember which number, bought two once as a birthday gift to myself and goddamn. Beautiful, so much depth but also some bright glares, sweet like some dried fruit, almost spicy (not as in hot). Almost wept over that I got to taste something so amazing, someone as insignificant as me.
The other is Lagunitas Dark Swan, still haven't tasted anything like it, which makes sense since it's brewed very differently. Very large, quite sour (in an unusual but good & tasty way).

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It's the start of St. Patrick's weekend, so I'm about to go to bed after drinking six cans of Guinness. Nitro stouts are a very comfy drink overall and I wish more nitro beers came in cans.

 No.5371

>>803
I've had a cinnamon whiskey like that with the gold flakes. Its also german, not sure of the name but I think its Goldenschlaager or something. Nothing makes you feel more bougie than drinking gold.

>>5309 Kombucha is delicious. I need to make my way over to my local kombucha bar (can't believe my city has one) and pick up a growler soon.


Tonight I'm drinking on some Heaven Hill bourbon amnd Mountain Dew made with real sugar. Little known fact is mountain dew was created as a mixer for whiskey. If you haven't had it mixed like that you will be surprised.

 No.5485

>>829
Corona is beer for california rolls. No offense sushi roll.
I'm drinking my afternoon coffee.



/lounge/

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 No.5474[Reply]

Hi all, we've put together a realtime imageboard intended to capture 4chan's comfy 2005-06 character:

https://chen2.org

Realtime means you can see every letter as it's being typed. Pretty fun, and creates a brisk pace of discussion that makes it feel almost like an imageboard-irc. See you there~

 No.5475

What was 4chan like back then?

 No.5476

>>5475
shit, but funny shit.

 No.5477

>>5474
This software is awesome! Is there a git for it?

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Since you went with goguca I'm not going to show up before my firefox install dies.
Consider switching to doushio.

 No.5484

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>>5477
github.com/bakape/meguca

>>5478
we did, but doushio hasn't been maintained for a couple years now so its only a matter of time before it becomes unusable. we're looking into contributing a static posting fallback for no JS/unsupported browsers to meguca but it'll take some time.



/lounge/

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 No.1640[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Do you have a neat web community or chat group you'd like to invite people to? Maybe want to drop your messaging handle and strike up some conversations? Do it here.

Chat/community/personal ads are no longer allowed on the rest of the site, except maybe on /hell/.

Important Note: This doesn't mean that you can't talk about communities or chat groups. You could, for example, have a thread where you ask people about web communities they visit. You just can't open your thread with an advertisement.

One post per service please! Duplicate ads may be deleted. This especially includes discord links. To make a permanent discord link, click on instant invite, go to advanced settings, and change the expire time to never. Dead links suck. If your discord link expires, your post will be deleted and you may receive a short warning ban.
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 No.5483

>>5469
>>5480
Stop bullying me ;-; why are you guys so mean? I thought this was a comfy board. ._.
I just want them to write a single sentence about themselves, then they never have to again.



/lounge/

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 No.4980[Reply]

Howdy! How has your day been?
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 No.5422

>>4980
Good, spent most of it finishing homework and eating pizza. I was suppose to meet my supervisor for a new job I'm starting tomorrow but I decided I'd just meet them earlier in the day tomorrow since my first shift is later in the day anyways.

 No.5427

over the past few weeks been more and more tired than usual. staying awake is a chore like no tomorrow. I've got a lot of work to do and can't afford to be tired and slack.
>>5422
good luck sushi, wish you all the best

 No.5432

I bought an electric foot massager and it feels great! Later, I might splurge on a massage chair pad to put on my desk chair.

I feel like this will help me get through the day more. Now, when I get home in the evening, I can look forward to relaxing with a massage.

 No.5454

Got back from the ER for a shoulder problem. All good for now but been a hectic day. While I was in the waiting room I saw someone get taken down by cops after they were ranting on the phone about going off of meds and yelling. Interesting day

 No.5482

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It was a sunny day. I went to a place in my town I haven't visited before. Had ramen and gyoza for lunch and now I am enjoying some quality sencha. Life could be worse



/lounge/

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 No.5470[Reply]

How do you deal with pathological liars? Have you ever encountered any?

I've been lying pathologically for most of my childhood, and stopping doing so was the best change I've made in my life. I believe it passed to me from my mother, who to this day lies a lot.

However recently I've encountered a person who lies very much. It's a girl, we've got normal friendly relationships, neither of us is romantically interested or anything like that. However, for the little time we talk, I can see that she lies quite a lot.
Those lies are mostly about achievements or something similar. I don't care about them, it's just an indicator for me to not get surprised next time when she gives a different answer when we touch this topic. Something like that.

But I wonder how people deal with those. Do you call them out? Do you try to avoid the person or do you continue to communicate normally?

 No.5471

>>5470
>How do you deal with pathological liars?
If I don't really have to spend much time around them I just ignore them or tell them they're full of shit.

If I'm stuck with them like people I work with I just avoid talking to them.

 No.5481

>>5470
Had this one kid in school who was one. Mostly just made fun of him, tho he was a friend; banter I guess. Said his Father was a millionaire , he said he bought him self a Jag at age 14 for when he was 17, things of that nature, along the lines of materialism. Mostly he liked being the center of attention (maybe why he didn't mind the jokes), when a good friend of mine was in trouble with the law, he was spreading and talking about it to people who really didn't need to know. I was not keen on him post that.

Depends on how you know, and interact with the person. If you can't joke about it then that person is better being cut off.



/lounge/

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 No.5446[Reply]

Hey sushis, how the hell do I get off the computer?

I spend practically all day browsing various boards and forums and doing nothing of value. I have a couple non-computer-based hobbies but barely any motivation. I've tried to make my computer time more productive (studying languages, programming, even just watching stuff or playing games) but I can never stick with it because to be honestly I hate the computer and everything to do with it.

I'm at the point where you could call me internet addicted, but it's mostly because I feel like I have nothing else to do. I could stop using the computer, but I have no idea how I'd fill my time. I guess I'd stare at the wall? My social life isn't too vibrant either and that doesn't help.

Has anyone else been here / does anyone have some ideas?
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 No.5456

>>5455
How fucking dumb am I

>post before reading the whole fucking OP

 No.5458

>>5456
Don't be so hard on yourself, sushi.

 No.5468

I think you should try creating things creating things, maybe start with things you find entertaining and try to create your own or lean how. When I take breaks from the internet, I also spend time reading books and writing in a journal which are ok. Sometimes I feel like my life is stagnating and I’m just doing the same thing all the time but having to create things and not having them readily available seems to change that. Also, an example of this would be trying to write stories to entertain myself. I’m not good at it but for some reason it’s pretty fulfilling.

If you are having trouble being productive, I’ve found that figuring out what you should do or work on, going to bed relatively early (melatonin helps a lot,) and waking up relatively early and doing whatever it is you decided to do as soon as you wake up helps a lot. If you start being productive before you have breakfast or do whatever else you do, you won’t have time to procrastinate, get sucked into some form of escapism, or get overwhelmed with whatever you are working on and it will be easier to concentrate for the rest of the day.

 No.5472

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Just get outside. I've been skating around with headphones on the past few days and I feel like a kid again. Just take it in moment by moment. Psilocybin was a big help for me, it made me realize that being outside isn't threatening.
I fell yesterday and almost broke my leg, but I still feel great nonetheless.

 No.5473

In my experience, once I started going to university and had a lot to do, I started spending a lot less time on the computer (granted I'm doing it now instead of studying). Still, I think one of the best things you can do to help is to start dedicating a lot of time to something worthwhile. At least then, even if it involves the computer, you will be getting something done and you will feel better about your use of it. Maybe just going outside with a laptop to a park somewhere might change the mood around your pc use.

Cultivating social relationships is also a great way of waning yourself off if you have that option. It definitely helps me.

If you really want to get away from anything electronic, there are ways to do worthwhile things without the internet. Even learning a language (something I've been spending a lot of time doing in my free time) can be done with a physical spaced repetition system. You could read physical books, work on maths by hand, make physical art, do exercise. As another sushi here said, try psychedelics, maybe it would give you some perspective.



/tunes/

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 No.483[Reply]

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 No.522

>>521
I'd caught wind that they were doing some stuff together, yeah. I need a Stratosphere reissue, definitely.

I really do enjoy BITG,I really dig Clay's lyrics and delivery and some faves off Stratosphere are Gold Dust, Heading for the door(might not be clay on vocals), and Reed to Hillsborough.

I reckon I dig Dustery guitar with vocals, I think I probably prefer BITG to stratty but uh…

Space music… I seem to recall watching this video sometime in 2010 or 11, geesh.

I'm also really curious about BoC's early releases, like acid memories or numerator if you or anybody else here knows or wants to talk about that stuff at the moment… I'd love to hear em someday, maybe we oughta make a dedicated effort to hunt them down heh heh

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 No.735

>>487
>Koronba
My man

 No.736

Anything by Clams Casino
https://youtu.be/Tm8QqdTVgy0

 No.738

anything echospace



/silicon/

 No.1161[Reply]

Any wiki needs out there? I just set up a MediaWiki instance and I’m having a lot of fun. I will post a link if anyone is interested in sand boxing around.

 No.1249

Installed cowyo on my server recently. Works well for now. Post your link sushi

 No.1332

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Would you consider using the wiki as a suhsi version of what the installgentoo wiki is for 4ch/g? I'd be interested in submitting if that's what it was



/tunes/

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 No.737[Reply]

Share your Vocaloid music.
Anything is ok.
Just because it sings, doesn't mean it must have lyrics.
https://youtu.be/Z1tbI5pO350
https://youtu.be/QHwaJVLtQrM
https://youtu.be/Qja8mjAD50k
https://youtu.be/G8r3M-GxrdM
And more poppy stuff and songs are alright too.
https://youtu.be/Jhw7Hum-eLw
https://youtu.be/J-ZTHCWaWA0

>Just don't advertise your homebrew AMVs.


/hell/

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 No.2068[Reply]



/hell/

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 No.2034[Reply]

Why are you sad? What are your troubles?
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 No.2039

>>2038
Well that disproves it then right? God should be capable of anything, including proving it's own godliness.

 No.2040

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>>2039
How do you prove that you are yourself when everone else is not?

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 No.2066

>>2038
A rotating wheel. Turning an axle. Grinding. Bolthead. Linear gearbox. Falling sky.

Seven holy stakes. A docked ship. A portal to another world. A thin rope tied to a

thick rope. A torn harness. Parabolic gearbox. Expanding universe. Time controlled

by slipping cogwheels. Existence of God. Swimming with open water in all directions.

Drowning. A prayer written in blood. A prayer written in time-devouring snakes with

human eyes. A thread connecting all living human eyes. A kaleidoscope of holy stakes.

Exponential gearbox. A sky of exploding stars. God disproving the existence of God. A

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 No.2067

>>2066
based schizo poster



/lounge/

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/culture/

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 No.308[Reply]

Lets draw stuff sushi's! It doesn't matter how bad u think it is, any drawing is good for you! (I hope this is on the right board…)
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 No.484

>>479
I'll make sure to add support for that, doesn't seem too hard on a cursory glance.
Still haven't started up with the actual drawing yet, had to figure a bit about what to actually do, think I've come upon a small story seed that I could easily improvise from and keep going.
Kind of nervous about actually putting nib to paper, almost want to do exercises first and between the pages, but also kind of want to keep faith in the idea to just have at it, let it be what it is.

It's in the works, probably will do some pages before setting up the site so there's not just one image to start with.

 No.487

>>484
If you really want to do a comic, for fun or passion, then you should keep that your top priority as long as those matter to you.

Too many get caught up in the push for technical skill they lose why they're doing it in the first place. Not to say you can't practice of course, but if you're getting trapped by it you have to let it go a little.

Don't forget either: there's so many webcomics that start out with "less-than-adequate" looks but they grow better over time just by the author continuing to work on it, plus doing motivated practice on technicals.


Basically don't hesitate, just do it!

 No.490

>>487
Yeah, it's kinda like when you have something you need to do and you somehow accidentally clean your place instead (actually did instead of getting started, but it was kinda worth it, comfier to sit down without the mess).
Just dove into it though, getting ink was a good decision. Instead of getting annoyed at details it's more of a "fuck it" and moving on.
The hands though. The damn hands. Forgot about those.

Also it's already getting me motivated to get out more, I can't at all visualize what a forest looks like. I know there's trees, but I can't place the rest, the ground, etc. Makes me want to go out for walks again and really watch what things actually look like so I can put it in the comic.

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:3

 No.502

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I used GIMP instead of the oekaki tool. I'm not an artist or anything, but I decided to draw myself.



/tunes/

 No.336[Reply]

I'm a city dweller who's a big fan of hip hop. While I enjoy the harder stuff too, this place seems like the perfect spot to share the smoother, comfier parts of the genre that I love. Whenever I come by, I plan to share a track or two that I find comfy, and the situations I often find myself listening to them in. Hopefully you enjoy some of what I post!

Noname is almost exclusively for the summer. When the weather is warm and the flowers have bloomed, I'll put on her album Telefone and go for a walk.
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 No.650

>>649
I get my beats from steazyaf - a yt channel with many, many instrumental mixtapes. I just edit them to fit chorus-verse blueprint and then record and mix vocals.
If you are looking for some beats, AK420 makes my favourite ones.

Thanks for opinion!

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 No.733

>>346
>>531
>>646
UK Hip-Hip yoooooo

https://youtu.be/Mqb_SGxXQ50 | Verb T - Where You Find Me
https://youtu.be/nHs2sQOHX-0 | The Streets - Don't Mug Yourself
https://youtu.be/hqW9MnmdsAM | Stig of The Dump - Rhite Whino
https://youtu.be/0OlGv1_0_M8 | CASISDEAD - Simon

Couldn't pick any particular tracks tbh, just ended up with these; trying to pull some Foreigners in to help the scene.



/culture/

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 No.91[Reply]

What're some comfy anime series?

I'm relatively new to anime and am looking for something slow paced in story line, and atmospheric in terms of soundtrack/sound design or animation. Only ones I can think of are Mushishi and House of Five Leaves.
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 No.473

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I love Yuru Camp and Hakumei to Mikochi.

 No.481

>>473
Hakumei to Mikochi is wonderful.

 No.498

Tamayura is probably the comfiest anime I've seen. I just recently finished Blend S, which I felt was pretty comfy. GochiUsa comes to mind as well. Lots of slice-of-life stuff would fit, I think. Can also agree with the Nichijou and Chuunibyou recommendations.

 No.499

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>>405
Hidamari Sketch is my #1 choice and I'm actually rewatching it once again. Off the top of my head I can't think of another SoL anime that depicts realistic daily life as much as it does (minus all the bad parts of realism).

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Futakoi Alternative
It's an older series, but extremely comfy, and somewhat motivational.
IKAKAKAKAKAKAKA



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