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 No.1510[Reply]

I wish I could hug all of you
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 No.1517

I have no internet arms to hug you with

 No.1518

>>1516
I mean that's nice and all but that's not much of a hug is it.

 No.1527

>>1518
I'd be happy to get a hug like that

 No.1533

>>1527
I would as well.



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 No.1459[Reply]

The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane.

https://discord.gg/affz5mj
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 No.1462

> Linux support
> comming soon
> (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

 No.1463

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>>1459
>The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane.

 No.1464

Remember the posting checklist:
- Does this keep with the feel, and culture of the board? (sushi chan being a comfy noodle shop.)
- Should I post this here instead of on lainchan, 8chan, 4chan, facebook, anywhere else instead of here?
If you answered no to any of the questions you may be posting in the wrong neighborhood.

 No.1475

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>>1462
I know this feel.

 No.1477

>>1464
>putting lainchan next to 8chan, 4chan and facebook
please



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 No.1426[Reply]

Perhaps we have some sushies that are interested in fashion, or just like to dress nicely?
How do you dress sushi roll?
Do you like to buy yourself some nice clothes and put together an outfit?
Have you coped any nice threads recently?
Yesterday I got a couple things, I'll post pics in a reply pls no bully
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 No.1443

I don't dress that great, but it all has some function.

>Long t-shirts

>Cargo pants
>Button up shirts

The long t-shirt has to tuck into my pants so I can clip my holster to my belt. The button up shirt is to conceal.

I wear cargo pants because I carry a flashlight, a spare magazine, my phone, my keys, my wallet, and a backup battery pack.

I need a nice pair of boots, to be honest.

 No.1444

Usually some chinos, a button up shirt and some 'fashionable' runners.

I've also considered throwing some aviators or a leather jacket into the mix, but I'm not sure how to pull it off right.

 No.1445

White button up shirt, dark pants, leather shoes.
Combat boots are just as valid 'leather shoes' as dress shoes, cargo pants just as acceptable as dress pants.
Well, maybe not cargo pants actually, too many pockets and loops and stuff, but y'get the point.
When its cold, I wear a wool overcoat and scarf and an ushanka with rabbit fur lining over that :3

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Mostly wool clothing. I guess the style would be more about function than fashion, button up shirts, clothing that fits well, durable, and lots of well placed pockets. Though most of my clothing has a nice aesthetic to it I think.
Merino wool for underwear and thicker scruffier material for outerwear.

It sure takes a lot of effort to put together a wool wardrobe because of cost mostly but it is definatly worth it. Most of my wool clothing is so durable that I cannot wear it out among other benefits.
Waiting on a button up wool shirt to arrive, and then I just need a couple pair of wool socks and one pair of pants I have been looking at to complete my wardrobe.

Got a poly cotton shell jacket. Just in time for a hellish blizzard that would have torn right through my wool jacket and turned me into iced sushi. Pic related is my winter jacket/s setup.

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I mostly dress in neutral greys and blacks, they're easy to co-ordinate and generally look decent. i buy almost all of my clothing (bar shoes, socks & underwear) from op shops. such is life as a poorroll.

>black leather military/work boots. tough and look decent. for ~$120 you get a nice pair of shoes that last a year or so.

>grey jeans. these can acquired from almost any decent op shop for less than $10. more often than not you can snag "quality" name brands for the same price.
>black/white/single colour tie dye t-shirts. mostly local band shirts and nice looking shirts acquired from op shops for ~$5
>Military/utilitarian/cyberpunk-y jackets, stuff with lots of zips and pockets. jackets with larger collars. occasionally a nice bomber jacket. the "chunkier" the better

The only downsides of dressing like this is i come off looking somewhat like a skinhead (i'm not) and weather in my country shifts from hot as hell to fucking freezing which makes for some pretty interesting days.



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 No.1400[Reply]

It's story time sushis
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>>1414
clearly the natural reaction to this situation

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>>1415
…and the end. Hope you sushis enjoyed, I might do this again if people do.

 No.1417

>>1416

Junji Ito is always great

 No.1435

Thanks for sharing that story sushi roll, it was really entertaining.



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 No.854[Reply]

The year is coming to an end and the temperature is falling like the leaves from the trees.
What are you going to watch this season while enjoying how winter is slowly coming?
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 No.856

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300 years in paint.

 No.861

My planned watching so far is
>Barnard-jou Iwaku
>Fune wo Amu
>Girlish Number
>Idol Memories
>Keijo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>Long Riders
>Mahou Shoujo Ikusei Keikaku
>Natsume Yuujinchou Go
>Nobunaga no Shinobi
>Occultic;Nice
>Sengoku Choujuu Giga
>Yuri-Undertones 2
>Stella no Mahou
>/fit/ the anime XX
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 No.1332

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I just finished the movie Tamala 2010. What a fucked up show! The atmosphere was incredibly uncomfortable and don't ask me for the plot. Best thing is probably the OST, definitively worth a second listen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyAzqlu3udY

 No.1393

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>>861
>Fune wo Amu
That's what I'm watching. I recommend it.

It's a really good, often calm, very comfy end to an evening.

 No.1396

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What are you rolls planning on watching in the upcoming season? I'm looking forward to it.

Shows
Akiba's Trip The Animation
Masamune-kun no Revenge
Urara Meirochou
Fuuka
Minami Kamakura Koukou Joshi Jitensha-bu
Demi-chan wa Kataritai
Nyanko Days
Gabriel DropOut
Chiruran: Nibun no Ichi
Kemono Friends
ChaoS;Child
Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2
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 No.1340[Reply]

Which came first sushis, the color or the fruit???
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 No.1377

>>1376
>Portuguese merchants brought the first orange trees to Europe from Asia in the late 15th and early 16th century, along with the Sanskrit naranga, which gradually became "orange" in English.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(colour)#History_and_art

Also, carrots were originally purple. Western modern carrots are a more recent (~16th century.

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 No.1388

>>1387
ooh
it all makes sense now….
kinda

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It has to be the fruit, as has been said.

But what might be more interesting is some of the linguistic processes surrounding this word. First of all, the word wasn't always 'orange'; as has been said, it was 'naranja' or 'naranga' in Spanish and Sanskrit. But the mouths of Englishmen moved the initial 'n' sound onto the indefinite article 'a': 'a norange' to 'an orange'. The opposite process has been observed, namely 'an ewt' to 'a newt'. It's weird to think how language can be so fragile.

The other interesting thing is the linguistic relation to colour. Languages and cultures do not see colours similarly, at all. Russians have two distinct terms for different shades of blue; to a Russian, 'light blue' and 'dark blue' are as different linguistically as 'yellow' and 'green'.

There is a bit of debate over how Ancient Greeks saw colours. Homer talks of a 'wine-dark sky' - he probably didn't mean that the sky was deep red. The theory is that Ancient Greek descriptions of colour had more to do with intensity than actual colour value; Homer's point was that the sky was dark, not that it was red. Similarly, you might describe something bright as 'silver' even if it isn't a metallic grey.

Linguistics is so fascinating.

 No.1395

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>>1387
When I posted this >>1341
that's exactly what I was thinking of sush.



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 No.1313[Reply]

happy thanksgiving amerisushs.
hope it all goes well.
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 No.1317

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there are too many americans on the internet

 No.1319

>>1316
That capy has chewed up its blanket!

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>>1319
They are too lazy to use their hands.

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 No.1331

>>1317
Probably because the combined population of the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand isn't even half of that of the United States of America.



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 No.797[Reply]

I love you
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 No.1294

>>1293
that's one of the comfiest mangos I've ever read, don't remember what it was called atm

 No.1295

>>1294
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō

 No.1296

D-daisuki

 No.1307

>>1295
probably my favorite manga. tfw no alpha gf

 No.1309

>>1307
>aplha
>gf
I'd prefer her as a local cafe keeper or something, a place where you can chill without people bothering you



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 No.649[Reply]

I miss the old sushichan.
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 No.1177

>>774
Sushichan has came into existence around 2014 on a personal dare that Itamae made to himself and finding a server laying out on the side of the road. He created the board in 6 hours and invited some friends to post on it. Over time, Undoall, creamy and others came becoming part of the irc group. The site has dealt with cp spam and a autist named Opal from irc who hacked the site and chimped out. For the time it existed between some drama, it was a little oasis from everything else on the Internet.

 No.1178

>>1177
>was a little oasis from everything else on the Internet.
it's still is.

 No.1180

>>1178
Never meant to say it isn't, Sushi.

 No.1216

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うるさい!馬鹿野郎!

 No.1290

>>752
>Is there a chance to create good memories from this last reset?

That's up to us, the feel of a site is largely based on the community who uses it.



 No.1206[Reply]

Today I was thinking of some of the things I've failed at: women, some learning endeavors, money.
I came to a conclusion: that I gave up too soon.
Never give up sushies, and don't give in either. Try again. And again, until you get it. At some point, you will.
Here's a related video.

Here's a thread to talk about our goals, progress, and to remind each other that we're here for a reason and we can all get what we want in life if we just try.
Pls do your best so we can all get inspired and follow your steps.
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 No.1274

>>1215
Is it bad that I actually want to drink every day?
Especially beer? Not to get fully shitfaced, but more or less to the point of being buzzed. 2 or 3 beers.

 No.1278

I find this video motivating.

 No.1285

>>1274

It's probably genetic. The genes for alcohol craving and alcoholism are two different strands of DNA, so you can have one but not the other.

Source: Got my genes tested, I have the first but not the second, which explains why I *really* want a tall glass of wine when I get home, but am satisfied after just the one.

 No.1286

>>1285
Give me some of your genes pleas!

 No.1289

>>1278
thank you for making this part of my life, kind rollio



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