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Captchas didn't work. Sticking to janitors while we try to think of something else.

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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.17871

>>17857
Holy shit I want mozzarella sticks.



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 No.10751[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What are you thankful for today sushis?
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 No.17866

Cheap electricity….. you can't power a modern house by cycling. That's for sure.

 No.17870

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It may be cold outside but it's warm in the home.

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Lazy sunday is best

 No.17884

>>10751
An old lady gave me some flowers for valentines day <3

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Nostalgia is a hell of a drug.



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 No.14877[Reply]

I have hopes for a good future in the horizon, what about you?
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 No.17800

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the inevitability of death, not as a sweet release, but rather as the absolute end of any opportunities to experience in the form of what I understand as me and to expand my understanding of what that is

 No.17801

>>14892
Mood.

I've come a long way from where I was, and I have much more room to grow and become. I don't worry about what I can't control, and I do what I can with me. I know that the ability to learn, grow, and transform into a better me are evergreen, so I have a lot of hope that someday somehow things will work out, and in the meantime I make what choices I can to keep growing and keep transforming. I think where I differ is that I know things will change, because nothing in life is fixed. So I keep hoping on changes, I keep seeking transformation, and becoming whatever then-me will be.

Hope is powerful sushi, keep growing!

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 No.17875

>>14877
too lazy and scared to do a suicide

 No.17899

>>17807
MUSIC for the gym



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 No.16199[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I really wish more poeple would be present. I often come hoping for reply or new thread but it seems like nobody is there anymore :(
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 No.17780

>>17745
kindness costs nothing and makes the world better place.

 No.17784

Try living in a 3rd world shithole.

 No.17896

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I like to check in on this place from time to time. Always liked the vibe, just used to having something a bit speedier.

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i've been coming on here since 2021 or so, i check back every now and then :) i miss you sushis

 No.17898

>>17897
I want to bite these ears.



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 No.4837[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I recently saw this video
https://youtu.be/eh8U6SLvNgs

I realized that I never learned how to play chess. Nobody in my family plays it anymore so I never bothered to learn. But after reading so many amazing stories about this game I really felt urge to learn it and get decent at it.
Couple of days ago I started playing regularly on lichess; I'm still really bad but it has been lots of fun so far.

Do you have any interesting stories about chess? Any tips for beginner like me?
Lets have a thread about comfiest game ever.
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Black to play
Gheorghiu vs J Diez del Corral
https://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1154647&m=33.5

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 No.16637[Reply]

Yuji Sakai [s4s] the creator* of this possibly "dangerous" new memhe has expressed doubts in a series of lamentations/posts
*whether YS_kun is indeed the
wolfmother is up in the air. In a month of Sundays the truth will be known!
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 No.17877

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this is nice board

 No.17883

>>17156
>>17136
Please remember the guidelines. Sushigirl (especially /lounge/) is a place for comfyposting and kindness. If you're still running on the pessimistic ethos of 4ch and places like it then you might be better posting over there. Uncomfyness isn't welcome here.

>>17157
Exactly. Kindness costs nothing.

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>>17883
If kindness costs nothing why aren't more people kind?

 No.17889

>>17888
Because life is painful and people hate themselves/others. The only way they can justify these feelings is by treating others like garbage.



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 No.17763[Reply]

Sushi! You always smell so nice and comforting! Is there a secret scent you're willing to share?
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 No.17766

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>>17763
i love the smell of clovers. they have such a nice scent, both natural and subtle. i recently bought a candle that smells just like clovers and i like it a lot!

 No.17874

I am thinking about making scented candles… I bought some from lady who makes them and she said it is fairly easy. Would be neat little hobby…

 No.17876

i wear perfume, i really like chocolate scents. i have a vintage guerlain gourmand coquin from a family member but when that runs out im going to look for a cheaper dupe, since the og costs way too much money

 No.17879

>>17874
when i worked stocking shelves at the craft store, the candle making section always tempted me. employee discount and all. i don’t need another hobby but you should give it a go!

 No.17887

I like the smell of oil and petrolum. I don't know why. Other industrial chemicals have an appealing smell too. I wouldn't call it nice but there's something about it that is so satisfying. I can't explain it.



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 No.16266[Reply]

Working on any DIY projects, sushis?
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>>16292
>>16294
Took me long enough but I finally finished it. I made them a house, too. Now I want to fence this area and make a second house for when they grow up.

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>>16291
Might as well update on the kitchen too, it's nice to see how different it looks.
It's been a busy summer, but we're close to finishing all our projects!

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Replaced seven old slat vents with rusted out screens with new grate vents. They got some fancy temperature controlled open/close mechanism on them, we'll see how that works out. Would have been a trivial project except that the siding was installed hanging over the vents so I had to cut out some sections.

 No.17885

>>17024
I didn't know primitive survival posted on sushigirl!

 No.17886

>>17023
>>17024
That is seriously impressive and cool!
Love the ducks they're cute



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 No.4626[Reply]

Stop being so negative.
We live in the greatest age known to man.
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 No.16491

I think it's undeniable to come to the conclusion - if you do any sort of retrospective and introspective thinking - that we live in the time of kali yuga. "the age of quarrel and hypocrisy"
Everything appears fine and dandy to you, especially if you happen to live in a secure working or middle class environment. But you probably never stop to ponder exactly whose sacrifice and backs are broken from the oppressive nature of capitalism which provides that security for you. To be honest, it is quite selfish to say "we live in the greatest age known to man" when you are perfectly aware that the so-appearing flourishment of our civilization is only made possible through exploitation of the less fortunate. Ultimately though this myth most likely arises not only from your own dishonesty but also ignorance. I would recommend you at least read Rene Guenon or David Bentley Hart

>“But I don’t believe in the myth of progress. If he literally means that we have emerged into a period moral superiority in every sphere, I mean, yes, Western industrial societies flourish and they look after their own, they’re also complicit in many more discrete violence’s, violence’s that are hid from everyday view, wars that are not fought on their own soil, exploitation of other peoples, their resources, their economies. The use of…cheap labor in China to mass produce products to give us a level of material comfort that allow us to look after one another. Yes, we have altered the way in which we go about enacting our violence’s, we have drawn in our borders a bit, and we do in modern societies have functioning welfare states that are somewhat more provident toward our own, but the notion that we’re better off now morally, that morally we’ve advanced in an unambiguous way, and in every sense, and because we’ve thrown off religion, as if religion existed in the abstract and we’re a single monolithic reality, or as if religion were to blame for the atrocities of the twentieth century, which is the age of the great march forward of the secular national state as a project, I think it’s just a wild over-simplification, and a dangerous one, because I think it allows one a degree of a moral complacency and optimism not warranted by history….”


>“It’s a realist view to recognize that just because we tell ourselves that we’re morally superior to our ancestors when you actually get down to the ways in which our society is
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I wanna decent holiday to relax & recharge..

 No.17869

>>4636
People just don't know where to look for information and learning resources in general. While it is true that most books and scientific articles are behind a paywall, there is a considerable amount of solutions to get access without paying anything (pirate libraries are ironically the largest libraries in human history).
Yet, most people are not aware of these solutions since they have a biased perspective about how one makes a business out of a web service. That being said, maybe these solutions wouldn't exist if they suddenly become mainstream.

 No.17872

>>17869
True. Also True. True. Yeah that's the problem: I'm stuck trying to figure out how to pull a salivary stone out when I can't even make cereal.

 No.17873

>>4817
Here, take this with you.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAFHQobvqXI
>>4818
Yeah don't do that please also that's not even a real place.



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 No.9039[Reply]

What are the little things that make you happy?
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 No.17783

Having a nice talk and walk

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 No.17851

fresh bed sheets

 No.17867

Sipping on coffee late into the night while having quality chocolate, listening to music, with absolutely no interruptions, and just browsing on my computer puts me into an absolute bliss state of mind. Truly therapeutic.

 No.17868

>>17867
Sipping on coffee in the evening sure does sound like a privilege! Or is it decaf?



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