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 No.2753[Reply]

Happy new year everyone.
I hope we can all have a better one than last and continue to hang out here.
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 No.2762

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Happy new year! 2018 is the year of the dog! If your were born in 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994 or 2006, this is going to be a good year!

>>2755
I'm going to read non-fiction everyday, meditate everyday, and start building cool things.

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Happy new years everybody!

>>2756
>1) Travel by bicycle as often as possible. Both my workplace and the grocery store are well within biking distance, and there's sidewalks and bike lanes that I can take for both of them, so there's no need for me to use my car to get to them.

This is my resolution too.

 No.2765

Yo, sushies, hope 2018 is the best year for all of you, love ya people
>>2755
I intend to get educated this year. I'll be learning languages, polishing my rusty math skills, and learn some about history and art, as well as other subjects.
I believe it's attainable if I don't stack too much on myself.
I should also stretch daily and work on my agility, flexibility and endurance.
Pls wish me good luck sushies!

 No.2771

3 minutes before New Year's Day ends. Happy New Year!

 No.2773

>>2755
Get better at Japanese and the usual work out/eat healthier.



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 No.1523[Reply]

thanks for the wonderful year together
hopefully the next one will be even better
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Happy new years to everyone.

 No.1531

Happy new year sushi rolls, lets have another comfy year.

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Happy new years!~

 No.2767

>>1523
Another New Year! I hope you sushis are still staying comfy uwu

 No.2768

Happy new years! hoping this board stays the way it is forever



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 No.2576[Reply]

Hello there, I am a foreign entity that has chosen to spawn here. I am required by natural and spiritual law, to present myself in some form or shape that resemples something of your own, but as will be seen, I am not very good at pretending. I am not like you. I stand alone on this ground, and I am merely asking for a helping hand.

Can I stay a while here, and warm my weak soul on the comfortable glow of your hearts in here, and let my heart grow as vibrant and soothing as yours?
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 No.2666

>>2663
>>2647
are you two baiting or something? He very clearly meant alternate reality game

 No.2685

>>2666
Different words same intention.
If you give no argument, how could the reality alternate? No arg no ARG. Single state machines tend to be uninteresting.

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>>2596
The idea of discouraging namefuggitruits is that on a chan you become a part of sushi roll culture. You are sushi roll. I am sushi roll. The only identities are that of the fleeting thoughts put together to go into a single post, and if you don't want to have that fleeting thought as part of your identity next time you post, don't mention it, and it will be forgotten. It's comfy for people who maybe don't like persistent identities. People who may have been hurt by saying or doing the wrong thing, and having it held onto them by those who remember. You can try it out. It's nice to not need to be seen as a consistent identity. To just let ideas an beliefs flow in and out of you.
If you don't like it, you may be better of finding a internet community where identities are encouraged, or even enforced.
But if you stay, I'll keep comfy to you, even if you decide to keep your name on.
but try to keep it comfy famo!

 No.2736

>>2723
The funny thing about disappearing as an entity is that you don't notice that I've already done so. Also I already know how to just be part of the flow, I'm a longtime user from another (not the bigger ones) chan. It was just this time it seemed usable to be reachable in the moment.

Just seems counterintuitive to have it as an option if everybody gets so agitated if someone actually uses it. Why even have a name field at all available to non mods then?

It's like keeping hats in the company dressing room but if you put one on everybody looks at you like you've just sharted loudly.

 No.2739

>>2736

There is a name field so it can be used in threads where mantaining an identity is useful, like games etc.
It's a tool and shouldn't be used as a crutch for rolls who can't into sushi rollimity



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 No.1479[Reply]

It's that time of year again, and I hope all of you sushi rolls have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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>>2730
I see your comfy oc and call it with my own.

 No.2734

Merry Christmas sushis!

 No.2735

>>2730
>>2733
Christmas with snow looks so comfy, damned south hemisphere ;_;

 No.2737

>>1479
Wish I could have a /comfy/ Christmas but I guess that's too much to ask for since my family is a bunch of god damned idiots who I can't fucking stand and they can't stand me. I just right now wish my girlfriend would come back from spending time with her family to get me and leave from this stupid place. It sucks so fucking much, I hate it as well as hating my stupid ass uncle who came in from North Carolina that constantly is an asshole to me. I mean it's so fucking annoying out here. I mean it's fucking Christmas I don't understand why they can't fucking leave me alone already… oh well, I guess at least I have you guys. Without you, I'd probably kill myself as I've already cut myself once today.

 No.2738

merry christmark everyone uwu



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 No.2687[Reply]

Is this the main board of this dead site
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i don't fit in but i'm posting anyway
deal with it

 No.2717

I'm back so it's less dead now I guess.

 No.2720

comfyness board don't move fast famo!

 No.2740

>>2720
please stop signaturefagging! :)

 No.2766

Moved to >>>/hell/1241.



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 No.2673[Reply]

Post 1990s vaporwave inspired pictures.

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 No.2620[Reply]

Anyone here making terrariums?
Please share your XP

Made my first one today using things I could find around my house.

Before I didn't have any plants in my room but this really made my desk nicer.
I'm planing to make more of these, maybe some smaller or more complex ones.
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 No.2624

>>2621
not OP but these are supposed to be self sustaining ecosystems

 No.2627

Looks comfy sushi. I've always loved small plants in my house, especially bonsai trees, those are top comfy.

 No.2628

>>2621
This guy helped me a lot
https://www.youtube.com/user/SerpaDesign/videos

>>2627
Bonsai trees are top tier sushi
Wish I had one

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Hey sushies OP here
I've got big news!! I think my terrarium got his first resident.

 No.2643

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I started a mossarium a few months ago. Starting from the bottom I put rock pebbles, a little bit of activated charcoal, dried sphagnum, and added water to level. Then I picked up a little patch of moss in the forest and put it on top. It must be going well because it is growing long stems (I didn't know moss could do that). I've already mowed it once!



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 No.2080[Reply]

I have been writing some short stories with a fairly original premise recently and I thought you might find it interesting. For reasons that will become clear I can't tell anyone I know IRL about it, so I would like to tell sushichan instead.

Each short story takes place in the same location with the same cast of characters. They are about 10-20 pages long and are set in a near-future world with VERY light cyberpunk elements. The stories take place in a bar, and centre around the bartender, who I have deliberately given zero personality - he is a selfinsert for the reader.

Nothing really happens in any of the stories, the bartender just cleans and maintenances the bar, serves drinks to customers, that kind of thing. The point of the stories is the characters who come to the bar and the conversations they have with the bartender and each other.

The characters are either real people I know IRL transposed into the world, fictional people I have imagnied, or a mix of the two. The conversations are split pretty evenly between real conversations I have overheard and noted down, and conversations I have invented. I tweak the stories to make some fit and to make different conversations reference each other or build character, but the heart of a lot of them is unchanged from when I heard them 'in the wild'.

Each story takes place over a single day, and my intention is that the reader should read one a day too, syncing his weekly routine to that of the storyworld's. The regulars have varying schedules the reader will learn to anticipate. Students and the unemployed are more erratic, and workers have fairly rigid and predicitable schedules. The hope is that the stories form a parallel social life for the reader and take place almost in real time. For example, a reader might think to themselves: "Man, I can't wait until Friday's story - Mark said he'd come to the bar then and tell us how his date with Alice went," or: "I hope Ben is okay, he hasn't been to the bar for weeks", etc etc.

I am enjoying writing and reading back my stories, but because so much of it is just copied from my real conversations with people and because lots of the characters are real people (I even make an appearance myself as a minor side character), if I show it to anybody I know I think they will just call me a plagiariser or get offended by it.

So, I am curious to know - what do you think of the concept? Its shaping up to be sort of a sliPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.2086

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>>2084
I like it!
In a strictly literary sense I think it could use some work, just a little more polish. I guess that comes with experience, but I don't really know what I'm talking about well enough to give you any constructive criticism ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
Love the idea though, the style, the atmosphere. That small business routine aspect is some next level comfiness too, really makes me miss some of my old part time jobs.

I hope you keep it up, I'm looking forward to the next

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>>2086

Ah, I'm so happy! Its been a long time since anyone has seen something I've written, I was worried my style might have completely degenerated into unreadability without me noticing.

I am very happy you find it comfy though, that was my #1 goal.

I'll have to think about polish, try to think about how to improve it. It might just come with practice as I write more though, who knows.

Anyway, thanks for reading my work! I'll try to do more as soon as possible.

 No.2110

Any chance of any more?

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>>2084
I liked it. There were a couple of things I would have done differently but I didn't write it so that's neither here nor there. I will say that the second half—the business hours part—worked better than the first. I get that you were trying to paint the scene in the first half but it came off a little clunky at times.
I enjoyed it regardless. I hope you write more.

 No.2633

>>2084
would you be willing to take constructive criticism sushi?



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 No.282[Reply]

Post comfy homes, talk about your own, and give others advice on making their space as comfy as can be!
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 No.334

>>329

>If the walls aren't covered with posters and shelves and paintings


I've been plastering the walls of my room with posters in the last months.
I have a 2hu one, a Strange Journey one, one with Daitarn 3 and the obligatory I WANT TO BELIEVE.
I would like to get something lewd but I can't think of anything.
An advice I would give sushi rolls is to buy a decently sized notice board. It's useful, as you can attach notes and important docs to it, and after a while, when you manage to fill it, it looks really nice with all those memento-ish things you pinned there.

 No.2558

>>326
ive never been a huge fan of houses/rooms with lots of open windows. i usually prefer one window to each room so i can control the lighting a bit more for maximum comfieness

 No.2559

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Plants. Lots of plants.
https://www.boredpanda.com/best-air-filtering-houseplants-nasa/
Here is a list of plants that NASA deemed best at filtering chemicals from the air, so you'll get actual health benefits too! Supposedly.

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>>320
it reminds me of a nice igloo. like one of those ice homes.

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>>324

I did live in a big house, two of them actually. And they weren't shitty housing bubble McMansions. One was a custom Japanese/western contemporary hybrid that was a hair over 6000sqft. The other was an authentic 4200sqft victorian house of comparable quality to the Carson Mansion. I can tell you straight up, you're not missing anything living in a small house. And I can also tell you that the Japanese got housing right. The traditional Japanese house design is imho the most practical, usable, ascetically pleasing and overall most livable housing design out there. Square footage by itself doesn't mean anything if it's not designed in a useable manner.

I highly recommend reading The Japanese House: A Tradition for Contemporary Architecture by Heinrich Engel. It's the foremost english work on traditional Japanese architecture and just shows to the mind boggling extent that the Japanese refined their dwellings.

>pic related, one of the dining rooms in the victorian house that I lived in



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 No.2434[Reply]

Comfy alcohol thread? What do you sushis like to drink?

Personally I find the taste of spirits a bit too strong to be comfy, but I love relaxing with some red wine and snacks like cheese or olives. Cold beer is nice when the weather is hot too, but I haven't really been enjoying beers lately.
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Beer and whiskey

 No.2548

I'm 18

 No.2555

Anyone familiar with nicer vodka? I've only ever drank cheaper stuff and was wondering if it would be worth it to go out of my way to try something more expensive since I've come to prefer it over whiskey.

 No.2556

>>2555
It might depends on what you consider as cheap, but : I still have some Belveldere vodka. I didn't find any notable differences in taste with ok-tier cheaper vodka like Absolute or Zubrovska. The plus side is the absence of hangover and headache if you drink a lot of it, like every high quality alcohol I guess.

My standard confy drink is red wine, anything cheap and balanced enough. I have difficulty not shugging down all the bottle in one evening though

 No.2565

>>2555
imo, the only expensive vodka that's worth it is Van Gogh
their espresso vodka is too delicious



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