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/kitchen/

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 No.755[Reply]

Hello there dear sushis!!
have you ever try making curry? do you have a favorite recipe? spicy or sweet? any good advice for curry?

>lately i'm very into making the le blanc curry but i want to use a good coffee and chocolate.
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 No.869

I follow this recipe when cooking curry using golden curry cubes. https://www.justonecookbook.com/japanese-beef-curry/
I deglace the pan that I used to brown the cubes in with red wine and put around 200gram of finely minced beef in, which I seperated into smal pieces/bits when browning it. You won't notice them anymore but whenever I put them in it tastes better.

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>>865
Tried your recipe today and it was good. A little bit too much mushrooms for my taste though. Next time I will lower the amount from 400g to 200g and compensate that with an additional bell pepper.
A question though, can you tell me what ground garlic is? I looked it up and the results showed me garlic powder and also minced garlic. This confused me, which led me to not use any garlic.

 No.871

>>755
I always make ramen with a thing of curry roux dropped in, and some fried bacon. It's so easy and yummy!

 No.872

I got some fenugreek seeds recently and it makes curry sooo much better. They're a bit bitter but it gives the distinctive curry smell.

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>>870
I'm not that sushi, but ground garlic is basically what the name implies: Fresh Garlic, ground. I use a microplane for it personally. If you don't have something to grind it, use a mortar and pestle to create a paste. If you don't have that either, mince as finely as you can.
It's often done with ginger if you want the taste of ginger, but without any distinct pieces of ginger in the dish, though sometimes with ginger people even squeeze this paste and filter it to get "ginger juice" if they want to get rid of all solids in the dish.



/otaku/

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What shows aged like wine and which ones aged like milk? What are you watching and what are looking forward to starting?
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 No.3274

>>67
Love Kimagure. I'd say, it's possible for something to be a product and reflection of the era it was made in and still age well. How well something ages, I think, is more in the writing being able to appeal to people beyond just appealing to the pop-culture atmosphere of the era.

Lupin III Part Two is a good example of what I mean, like it's very much set in the era it came out in and references the technology and politics of the era but it still aged very well and is still enjoyable to modern audiences imo.

>>85
gr8 taste. I felt like Turn A was at least partially a send up to Hayao Miyazaki, i.e. a lot of the show's style seemed in line with Miyazaki's typical aesthetics and it really makes the show stand out from the rest of the franchise.

>>2980
Urusei Yatsura, episode 72

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I've been watching sailor moon (1992-1997) for the first time - the art and animation have held up super well (especially the coloring and character design, wowowowowow) which I know everyone already raves about, but it's hard not to talk about how pretty the whole thing looks.

It definitely takes some time to get started since it takes a few episodes to introduce the other characters, but once you're past that, it's excellent.

I've also been completely blown away by the music, I've never heard anyone talk about it but the soundtrack might be my favorite of all time? It's all really well made and super catchy (something that really helps is that there's a lot of influence pulled from disco music, listen for the string runs and guitar riffs). There are also plenty of more somber/slow tracks that are really pretty.

here are some particular favorites of mine, as well as the title of the track in case the videos get DMCA'd. the comments are often full of spoilers, beware.

disco influenced stuff
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJFuGbXEMEk (Sailor Moon OST - Moon Tiara Action)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Swf0SBUpxwM (Sailor Moon OST - Eyecatch #1)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeKib4dbt0Y (Sailor Moon R OST - In The Name of The Moon)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWxJgokMkAQ (Sailor Moon OST - Fighting The Enemy)

somber stuff
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>>3296
I couldn't get into Sailor Moon, but I got into Card Captor Sakura when it came out. I thought Card Captor Sakura had more interesting abilities, and I liked the more explicit LGBT stuff between Tomoya and Sakura, and Li and Yukito, etc. Nearly everyone of the main characters was gay which was a big deal in the 90s. Watching it was also my first real exposure to Japanese culture, Japanese schools, festivals, etc. Moreover, it was a cartoon explicitly aimed at girls. At the time I could live vivaciously through it.

But when I rewatch it I don't think it has aged that well. There's a lot of battles that could have been done smarter so it wouldn't just have been likeable to kids. There are a lot of plot holes and the antagonists' don't make sense. I think the plot suffered from insufficient planning. The new Clear Card arc was lackluster, Sakura's voice actress sounds so old now and the way they're milking it even though they have nothing new to say has reminded me that I've been viewing the entire series through nostalgia goggles…>>3296

 No.3555

I watched it on the Stream not too long ago but it bears repeating that the Dirty Pair movie is fucking fantastic. The animation and music are top notch and the entire length of it is nonstop over the top fun.

 No.3586

>>3555
>the OP
Courtesy of Koji Morimoto.
Although he's not responsible for the most iconic shot in Akira as embed related has, that was Hitoshi Ueda.



/otaku/

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 No.3399[Reply]

Thread for discussing group watching of anime or movies or anything else!

Right now I'm doing streams every Saturday at 17:00 EST/14:00 PST, on https://cytu.be/r/SushiStream! I'll post here before every stream but feel free to make suggestions or ask questions here as well.
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>>3474
I just realized I never replied to this post, my apologies.

I've seen all those shows (aside from the Chinese one) at least once if not more, but if there are enough people who haven't I'd be totally down to stream them. Especially K-On so I can gush over Ritsu lol. I just assume a lot of imageboard types will have seen certain popular shows such as those, but this place may not have the same amount of anime-focused people as others. To be honest a part of me still treats all anime/manga boards as 4/a/ where it's basically presupposed that everyone has things like EVA or K-On.

This is very off topic but I wonder how much the conception of what is and isn't a "must watch" or "classic" show has changed as I've gotten older. I'm fairly certain that the 13-16 year olds of today aren't watching Death Note and FMA and Haruhi, for example. There's basically a new "big two" in Boku no Hero Academia and Kimetsu no Yaiba (not sure if you could find a third for a proper big three. I guess One Piece is still going but is it still as popular?) but what about aside from that? idk.

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>>3562
>This is very off topic but I wonder how much the conception of what is and isn't a "must watch" or "classic" show has changed as I've gotten older.
Attack on Titan is probably currently one of the most popular and well liked anime at the current, and I think Jojo might also fit the bill as well

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>>3563
It's weird since Jojo as a franchise is so old, but you have a point with how explosively popular the new anime has been.

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>>3561
Did you remember to encode the sequel movie? Asking just in case

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>>3584
yup! I have both movies.



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Why are you sad? What are your troubles?
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 No.3682

>>3681
it sounds like she just talking about kinky stuff

 No.3683

>>3682
How the fuck did that never occur to me

 No.3699

>>3683
Honestly as someone coming from that world you’d be amazed at the kind of stuff that flies over peoples heads. It’s not your fault, if it’s just not something your generally cognizant of then you don’t really have any reason for it to come up in your head. But I agree it sounds like she wants to try out some S/m.

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I fully expect to be chastised as a wannabe normalfag or an incel for this but whatever:

I'm worried that as I get older and remain a virgin shut in I've gone from lonely and depressed about it, to lonely and bitter, and before too long it will be lonely and angry. Reading about other people in relationships upsets me greatly. Friends I used to have have largely disappeared to spend more time with their careers or their fiances/wives/girlfriends. It feels like I'm the only one who can't "grow up".

I'm aware that I probably have nothing to offer anyone else, but it still hurts to feel that because I don't think I can do anything about it.

 No.3706

>>3705
I'm the same, but the worst part is I'm not even a shut in and haven't been for several years. I used to think it just wasn't in my destiny and I had to make peace with that, but now it's like, am I really so detestable? It's hard not to become bitter.



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 No.13188[Reply]

hi im new

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Welcome!

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Hi there.
How are you today?

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>>13188
yo waddup



/otaku/

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 No.3309[Reply]

Last one hit bump limit, so here we are
Talk about whatever non-airing anime you've been watching lately, ask for recommendations, whatever!
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I watched Sora no Woto again, probably for the 9th or 10th time now, but it's been a couple years whereas I used to watch it yearly. I'm happy to say it's still one of my favorite shows. The setting and the way it's presented and teased about as the show goes along is excellently done worldbuilding, and still engages me even knowing the show as well as I do. The characters too, are a strong point. There's not a single girl of the main cast who I like much less than any of the others. On top of being well-crafted and likable examples of familiar SoL archetypes, they also go the extra mile in fleshing the characters out to the extent that you can understand why each of them are how they are. Rather than it being "this girl is the really motherly/strict/kuudere one because she just is", Sora no Woto gives you believable reasons and a backstory as to WHY she is the way she is. I wish more shows did this, it really adds to my connection to the characters. Oh and the OST of course is fantastic. It's rare that I watch a show and remember the OST, so when one of them stands out to me it tends to REALLY stand out, and SnW is one of those shows. I still throw on the OST sometimes when I'm baking or cleaning and need to relax a little.

It also does a really great job at communicating its themes in a way that feels honest and without being too preachy, which is something that many anime especially struggle with. The whole episode about Felicia's PTSD and her wish to protect the girls from that will always stand out to me as one of my favorite pieces of anything ever, as will the finale. The scene where they play back Servante du Feu over the Roman version of the legend is just awesome. They connect it visually with both the past and present, to show that it's a retelling of history to some level, and to draw a parallel between how the girls save Aisha and how the Fire Maidens sheltered the wounded Angel. It serves to help you understand the world better and to drive home the message of compassion towards your enemies all in one extremely climactic scene. And of course the final Amazing Grace scene is just iconic.

If I had to criticize the show I would say the pacing is a little bad at some points, and while I personally like him just fine I can think of a lot of ways the villain of the final conflict could have been better or played a bPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>>3530
i have to agree with you. There are those constant cutaways to the cats who are way less interesting or well developed compared to the main cast, and also not really that funny and i felt like that took away from how great the rest of the show is. If it wasn't for that stuff it would be one of my favourites for sure. Still goated show though.

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I was feeling down the other night, so I decided to start watching Girls' Last Tour.
I don't know why, but watching the show, I felt like it was meant to me. It's really comfy, and it has that aura and atmosphere games like Silent Hill 2 have, but instead of being a setting for horror, the show flips the coin and manages to turn ominous places really comfy, trying to find the good in the grime Haven't seen much of the show yet, so pls don't spoil. The lighthearted attitude of the characters contrasted with the oniric setting is something I love.
I really really like it.

 No.3560

>>3557
Girls Last Tour is a 10/10 for me, I love the atmosphere and themes. Glad you're enjoying it too.

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https://myanimelist.net/anime/23279/

I watched Gyakusatsu Kikan, also known as Genocidal Organ. Here are my thoughts:

I feel like military-themed sci-fi media such as this is one of the rare things that Western entertainment does better than the Japanese (or at least used to).

This movie does an okay job of creating suspense. The pacing is fine and it is competently directed.

There were relatively few action scenes. I was expecting this to be a lowbrow sci-fi action movie, but it was slightly more complex than expected. However, you should be warned that there is a female love-interest character in this. Thankfully she does not suck up much screentime, although her presence is influential.

As far as the story goes, it was fairly generic near-future sci-fi. However, I will say that the involvement of linguistics was creative, or at least somewhat unique. Genocide is a significant theme in the story, as you might expect from the title. The movie is pretty morose, and you should expect people dying and a lot of bad things happening. When it does occur, the violence is pretty graphic.

The characters as a whole are pretty generic, and not much character development takes place during the movie. I would have liked to have witnessed more interactions between the soldier characters. The focus on special forces soldiers did appeal to me, and I wish this aspect was examined even more in the movie. This is definitely a reflection of my own biases though (I have been interested in the psyche of SF soldiers for a very long time, and have listened to at least hundreds of their interviews over the years).

In terms of sci-fi elements, there's some cool technology but nothing I hadn't seen before. Some of the futuristic combat technology was sorta neat I guess.
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/lounge/

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 No.12871[Reply]

Last thread (>>11500) hit bump limit, so I'm making a new one
General discussion thread. Talk about how your day is going, anything interesting that happened recently, what's on your or just to say hi!
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 No.13179

>>13178
People do pineapple on pizza and in Sweden they apparently do bananas, I wouldn't be surprised to hear of people putting other fruits on to be honest.

 No.13182

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I love Nobue <3

 No.13185

>>13182
Same. And I love you too, because you love Nobue too. <3

 No.13187

Watching a comedy bit fail is something to behold. Our calc class was zoom bombed by someone named 'Joe Mama' and our prof was to foreign and old to get the joke, she never said their name like they wanted, and the class was to busy taking notes to notice his name. This led to 'Joe Mama' having to interrupt the teacher multiple times in an attempt to have them say their name. 10 minutes into his stalling people still didn't get the joke, but they did get he was slowing down class so they started calmly asking him to "pay attention or wait till the end to ask questions". They had a full on break down and cursed everyone out, but the only reaction was 'Oh your names kind of funny. Shut up so we can listen to the prof" or "shut up". When the prof finally said his name he blurted out "sucks dick!" and no one found it funny. It was just him getting madder and madder while people shushed him oblivious to the joke. Which ended with him threatening the kid he found most annoying, "I'm beating your ass Monday (students name)!", and rage quitting the zoom call.
I'd rank the trolling attempt 4/10. Annoying trolls work best when 1. they don't care how others think of them and 2. Others care way to much about them. He had something going with how people were putting to much effort shushing him in the chat instead of ignoring him, but he ruined it by putting more effort than them into having a tantrum. His trolling also wasn't harmless. We lost half our class time and you could tell the professor, a kind old lady, was distressed about her students fighting. Ironically the funny part was how dedicated the students were in getting him to shut up

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/otaku/

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 No.13[Reply]

As always, post some of your favorites.
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 No.3578

I love Etsuko Yakushimaru

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>>1912
Ondo are always catchy

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/otaku/

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Let's have a thread to discuss visual novels, light novels, and other non anime/manga related otaku media! I would preffer if we avoid v-tuber discussion in this thread, I personally consider it more youtube/streamer culture than otaku culture. However if you feel differently that is okay.

Recently I have been getting into visual novels and eroge. My favorite so far is subarashiki hibi.
Right now I am playing chaos;head and Sharin no Kuni, Himawari no Shoujo. Chaos;head is pretty good, but it's a little frustrating, because it feels like characters often speak in a cryptic way to the main character for no reason other than to stretch out the plot. I find myself frustrated with the characters sometimes although in general i would say the vn does a good job with regards to making the reader unsure of what's real and what's delusion, putting them in the emotions of the main character.
I am not really far enough into sharin no kuni to make a judgement on it yet, but I thought it was interesting the the mc is a stoner. Not something you see often in japanese media.
What is your favourite vn? what have you been reading lately?
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 No.2955

>>1777
Sound Novels really interest me, especially because they are so far infrequently available. I would love to play Kamaitachi no Yoru.

 No.3550

>>2949
VNs have a problem with verbosity and could generally use an editor. It really depends what you're into.

If you weren't into reading novels before you won't like VNs. VNs are for people who like reading novels and who like anime plots and being able to do CYOA style choices.

I liked Fate/Stay Night a lot.. Muv Luv Alternative was great but I can't recommend it because Muv Luv was utterly trash. Both games had some good animation and sound effects for their time. Steins;Gate is okay and is a faster read than either of those.

If you like moe and nukige dating sims then you'll like Key. They're all really low budget and hacky though. Personally, I thought Ksushi roll and Little Busters were better than Air and Clannad though they're all mediocre honestly.

Let's see….Hate Story: Analogue Story was an okay visual novel about Korean space station written by a Canadian…

 No.3551

>>2949
>>2949
>Compared to manga where you have some gem with god-tier artwork and well written stories why would you feel the need to play VNs?
for me, VNs are sort of like the most, for lack of a better word, "hardcore" otaku media. If you look up japanese otaku rooms, you'll find the posters in their rooms tend to be for VNs, rather than anime. If you think about it, in japan most otaku targetted anime airs on TV late at night, so what is an otaku to do all day when you get one episode per week of currently airing shows at 1am? Well I think that's why VNs became succesful in japan, they are cheap to make which means they can be made by small teams of passionate fans, and it's like having an anime but instead of 12 episodes it's 20 - 50 hours long, and you can play it at your own pace instead of being bound to airing times. Plus they aren't beholdent to the strict laws about what can and can't be shown on tv. Now of course, here in the west we generally stream or torrent our anime, so that doesn't apply to us, but the effects of it are felt in the end product. VNs are played only by very hardcore otaku, so you can skip a lot of the more "normie" targetted things which end up in anime. Take subahibi since i mentioned it in the OP, in the first hour or so you have plot relevent refferences to anime like FLCL and Lucky star, and it's just expected that the reader will know what they're talking about, because of course only otaku will read this. Because of this you can play more with the meta of otakudom also. And as a more niche genre there is less riding on success or failure, and less oversight meaning you get crazy experimental works or just down right weird stuff, which i find really cool and interesting artistically. Again in subahibi there are constant refferences to the philosophy of ludwig wittgenstein and the play "Cyrano de Bergerac". There's no way you could put that much required reading in an anime. Yes sometimes people take advantage of this to just make juvenile edge-fests with loads of gore and bad stuff, but you can simply ignore those.
For me, it is incredibly painful and frustrating seeing harem protagonists in anime and manga have to constantly shrug off advances from all the women surrounding them, i just want to shout Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>>3551
>Again in subahibi there are constant refferences to the philosophy of ludwig wittgenstein and the play "Cyrano de Bergerac"
Woah, i think you sold me on that one. Anyway, a really well tought post, I appreciated it.

 No.3577

Just started Higurashi pt 2 after recently finishing Pt 1. The suspense really is something, and the 1st game spooked the hell out of me. anyway, i'm absolutely hooked.



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Year MMXXII
Year of the Twin

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1.11

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16.1

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2022.01.21



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 No.3498[Reply]

Wishing everyone a very WIDE Christmas!
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born to be W I D E

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>>3502
It's been a long time coming

 No.3516

Remember to take care of your nutbladder everyone

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>>3516
No worries, I have insurance.

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>it's been 15 years since Hidamari first aired



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 No.5595[Reply]

hello sushis let have a thread where we post youtube videos we find funny
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 No.11480

THE MONGOLS

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MOUSE Computer commercial
Turn on CC for closed caption subtitles

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 No.13184

Cook vs Chef



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 No.8722[Reply]

Do you usually have dreams? What usually happens in your dreams? Are you a lucid dreamer? feel free to share dreams you've recently experienced and have other sushi rolls psychoanalyze you
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>>9525
>>8727
same, it's always a giant megamall/school/con/resort/old school hotel/movie theater crossed into one structure. or I find a part of my house I never knew was there and explore it. or a new part of a video game you've already played that you just found(this was a wonderful thing before datamining). I've been in a dark souls like world where I'm actually scared running around fighting spooks and navigating a connected landscape. I've had dreams where I visualized being on boards like this, where I was a ball of static floating around dark hallways lit by neon around the floor and ceilings and each site was a room in the hallway I'd enter to see the site pop before my frame of perspective. I've even had dreams where I'm watching a video stream in a badly designed website with ads on 90% of the screen. honestly have tons of dreams in my life I remember in vague glimpses but I feel like I've lived more in dreams than real life.
notable dreams I've had:
in a submarine that's like a bus and you can pay to ride it, then it gets targeted by torpedoes and the captain comes on the intercom telling us and the distinct feeling of knowing you're going to die underwater with all these strangers.

in a school stairwell during a shooting with a dozen other kids hiding and I'm so nerve racked I make a run for it but as I run out the door it turns into my backyard and I keep running so hard I wake up and it takes 10 minutes for my heart to stop racing.

getting stabbed on a subway and stumbling out not knowing what to do. I've never ridden one in my life.

notable dreams from childhood:
I died and the first thing that happens is I'm in a dark suspended state and a jack-o-lantern appears before me and explains he's my spirit guide and his job is to get me used to the afterlife which is actually this other world which is just really surreal, like the landscape is all purple and lavender and the hills in the background look like trippy dr.seuss hills. as a child that dream made me more comfortable with the idea of the afterlife.

I have a vision of an alien man who has kind of greenish blue skin and sharp pointy teeth and a round mouth like a monkey, greasy hair, clawed hands and so on. he's chilling on a beach like that one hollow in new lPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.13018

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Recently i took some photos in a dream, it was of a kids playground at the condominium i lived when i was a child. Later on during the day i was sad to realize it was a dream and im not getting those photos….

 No.13019

>>8722
I dream quite frequently.
A lot of the time my dreams are quite bizarre.
It often feels like I'm spectating a protagonist instead of actually being in the dreams myself. It's quite funny to see "myself" react in a rational way to completely irrational events.

 No.13102

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Dreaming of fights

 No.13183

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>>13102
Muay Thai kick-boxing? I prefer traditional boxing.



/otaku/

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 No.3559[Reply]

Slow loop is an airing anime about some girls who are doing fly fishing! I thik it's really nice. What do you think? Here is a thread to discuss that show.
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 No.3569

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I love the cute outfits in the OP!

 No.3570

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The chibi forms in this show can be pretty cute

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look at how flat she is though

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>>3571

for peak fishing performance of course

 No.3575

>>3571
>>3574
DFC is love, she's super cute. Her Seiyuu has this listed as her only role so far too and I think she's doing a great job, her voice is adorable.



/lounge/

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 No.10751[Reply]

What are you thankful for today sushis?
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 No.12662

>>12661
Just a flood of spambots

 No.12673

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Thankful to see sushigirl is still up after so long. I haven't come back here much since starting university, so always nice to see everyone is still around <3

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>>12673
Thankful that despite its problems, my area is a relatively peaceful and quiet place.

 No.12925

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Working more hours lately. Spending more time at work and less time on the internet or vidya has made me feel a lot better about myself. I like my job, it is alright. Also money.

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>>12661
>>12662
Spambots suck



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