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 No.7613[Reply]

Today OP got caught singing in the woods. What's up with you?
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 No.7959

If I were to mention every embarassing thing I ever made, I could sell a book OP

 No.7963

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>>7958
So you asked her to have dinner with you? She must think you're pretty cool sushi, did you kiss yet?

 No.7966

>>7963
y-yeah, exactly that…
We aren't married yet though so we can't kiss

 No.7968

The day was going well, me and my hot girlfriends had this strong guy ambushed from every angle, but later I found a large penis in my soup and I had to hide it in my shirt so my mom didn't see

 No.7970

>at a party
>didn't want to go but I can't say no
>at the party, standing next to "friend", girl joins to talk to friend, friend leaves, i'm there standing in silence with girl, already feel like shit
>anyway couple minutes later I got to take a wizz
>ask someone where it is
>tiny potty under under stairway outside of which are many people
>ohfuck
>Can't back down now
>go in
>walls are really thin
>can hear people talking quietly
>start pissing in spurts because nervous, as in starting with pressure and then suddenly stopping
>fuck I'm pretty sure all these people can hear me
>try to hit the side of bowl so it doesn't make any noise
>pee is going all over the toilet now
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 No.7935[Reply]

Have you ever ran away from home, or been kicked out, or just been homeless in general?
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 No.7944

>>7937
I don't know, I guess I won't turn anything down. Thanks for asking

 No.7945

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>>7944
First, get yourself a tent and a sleeping bag with an insulator. Hotels are expensive compared to a campsite so you want to go with that.
Second, DO NOT GO OUT DURING THE RAIN. Nothing more demoralizing than getting wet, even with a full on raincoat that makes you look like a cultist you'll feel like shit to return somewhere safe
Third, be wary of who is around you. Some people will be great people, others will think that you're a junkie trying to sell drugs. I had kids less than ten asking if I dealt with drugs.
Fourth, if you're hitchiking, be patient and do it somewhere close to civilization. You're gonna hate yourself when the sun sets and you're in the middle of nowhere and have to ask someone to send the cops because you're going crazy.
Fifth, you cannot walk a highway. Not in a million years. Not many will take you up there either.
Sixth, talk to people. The best experience of going outside is talking to people and realising that they're not fiends or ghouls but they actually want the best for you, and for themselves obviously. You learn with them, and they learn from you. You can also get yourself a free lunch and dinner if you get with the righteous ones.
Seventh, realize that the only way to go is forward. You may not know what lies ahead, but that makes it evermore thrilling.
Eight, you may carry more clothes that you may need. Sure it's good to have it at hand, but it takes space that could be used for some survival items if you ever decided to go to the wilderness.
Just hope that you're just having a stress/anxiety/panic attack induced event and not homeless due to problem with your parents OP. I had the former happen to me twice.

 No.7946

>>7935
Spent the bulk of last year homeless. Blessed with close friends who would let me stay with them no questions asked, but quite a few showed their true colours pretty quickly - i.e., "yeah sushi roll come stay with me for a bit, would love to have you, don't worry about money or anything" turning into "yeahhh I'm sorry but you're gonna have to go because x". Maybe I was a bad guest but I don't think so, I'm pretty quiet and offer to pay for meals or groceries at every corner. Oh well, it just would have been nice for them to be honest up front.
Even though it wasn't often I was genuinely stranded, it was always nerve wracking. Like, when you spend all day wondering where you're going to sleep waiting on x person who's waiting on y to get off work so they can see if they can host you or whatever, and you don't get an answer until like 9:00PM. Even if it works out 999 times out of 1000, it's still really stressful. I can see it in my face that I aged a few years over the span of a few months.
It wasn't all awful, I liked being able to spend time with friends while trying to figure my life out. Actually a lot of my buds were unemployed at the time and had lots of free time on their hands anyways, so it worked out nicely.
I wouldn't want to go back to it, but I think that's where I'm headed again soon unfortunately. I hope I'm as lucky as I was before.

If you're asking because you're thinking of trying it as some spiritual endeavour or something like that, I'd have to say I can't recommend it. But, if you're set on being a nomad for a bit, I'd just suggest that you make damn well sure your mental health is in check. If you're prone to anxiety or nervousness, it will bite you in the ass. I remember I had a pretty rough breakdown and ended up begging my parents to let me stay with them for a few days to clear my head, and it ended up being three weeks in which nothing of value happened. I did the whole wandering thing to try and start a new life to make myself less miserable, but in the end I wasted my time because the stress prevented me from taking any genuine action. Easy way to waste a year.

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>>7945
>Fifth, you cannot walk a highway. Not in a million years. Not many will take you up there either.
Seconding this. I had a good friend who died that way. Cars just don't expect people to be nearby and will be much less attentive or reactive. Just don't risk it.

 No.7949

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>>7948
>I had a good friend who died that way
That absolutely sucks, I was lucky of what happened to me I guess. It's particular that a sign of the Mother Mary saying "Protect Us" appeared where I wanted to get in the highway, guess that had a meaning being there after all.
My deepest condolences.



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 No.7927[Reply]

currently on a zoom call doing remote e-learning. it's really daunting but the nice weather outside makes it better. i'm just a little annoyed today haha

 No.7928

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Is this a bot post? It feels like a bot post…



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 No.6562[Reply]

Let's have a thread about pictures you personally took.

Here are some plants I found around where I live.
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 No.7824

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 No.7825

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 No.7834

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I like taking pictures of people on the street and other schtuff.

 No.7911

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>>7834
really nice photos sushi. Your first shot reminds me of one of my old snaps from germany.

I'm a sucker for b&w, I used to shoot a lot of b&w film but picked up a digital rangefinder and all my chemicals went out of date. Here's some old film photos. I miss the alps.

 No.7926

>>7834
Those are gorgeous, you're good at this.
>>7911
I love that first photo, looks like it could be a cool album cover or something



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 No.5384[Reply][Last 50 Posts]



what's your experience with love? falling in it, falling out of it, one-sided or mutual.

currently i'm crushing very, very hard on what might be the most unreadable person on earth. i fell in love (i guess) when they asked the professor if they could step out of class and stumbled over whether to say "can i" or "may i". they went with the latter (and said please) and dropped their phone on the way out.

crushing this hard is like throwing my heart and brain in a blender and pulverizing them at the highest speed, but the blender short-circuits and the whole thing just combusts and explodes. i've always been a hopeless romantic, so this is a real weird mix of unsurprising and absolutely terrifying. i've never been so frustrated and so joyful in my life.

how about you, sushis?
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 No.7509

I rarely had crushes on anyone, but I downloaded tiktok and there's so many beautiful people it's ridiculous.

 No.7517

>>7509
Don't get fooled by angles and filters. It's fine to enjoy but don't think they are any realer than anime girls.

 No.7518

>>7517
There's a lot of that for sure. But even ignoring looks, there's a lot of interesting personalities about. Not to mention that looking good on camera is an impressive skill in itself.

 No.7920

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Left a message for someone I fell out of contact with. Here's hoping they respond.

 No.7924

>>7920
Hey me too
Except they already turned me down but still wanted to be friends. I don't know if they'll even reply or if this is even a good idea, but I've never even had a female friend before so if I can at least do that it would progress.



 No.7832[Reply]

Monday can't win.

 No.7905

Monday won again…



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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.7549

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Doubling up on >>7548
Got too curious and had to open the other one too, Tamnavulin Sherry Cask.
It's delicious, but very sweet, could be cloying at the wrong time but right now it really hit the spot.
Really satisfies, the Tomintoul I could see myself drinking throughout a party or something but this you don't want more than one glass of.

 No.7597

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I tried some new gin recently because I was in the mood for some gin and tonics, it's really good. Makes a good martini as well. Pic related, it's got cucumber and acai in it, quite tasty.
>>7548
>>7549
Very nice, I love peaty scotches, and scotch in general. My go to is Laphroaig, or Glenfiddich for something without the peat.

 No.7601

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>>800
Cheap Polish gin, usually with tonic or used for some other drinks.

 No.7898

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I've been slowly working on a nice bottle of Hendrick's Gin for the past couple weeks.

 No.7899

That's a lotta gin lovers here



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 No.7212[Reply]

Here's a fun game. Reply to the previous post's question with what is your favourite (blank) with your reasoning why and then ask a question to the next poster.

I'll start. What is your favourite season, sushi roll?
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 No.7844

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>>7809
>What's your favourite video game plot/narrative?
I still think of Silent Hill 2 from time to time, I particularly liked the moment you come across the fat guy in the pizzeria. It was beautifully comfy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zlPtpUZ8uQ
What is your favourite band of NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal)

 No.7885

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Gonna answer >>7838 and leave >>7844
open to whoever in the future since it's relatively obscure. My favourite character aesthetically is probably the powerwilds from kingdom hearts.

What's your favourite myth/legend sushi?

 No.7886

>>7885
I accept that I should've made a more general question and answer this with a local myth that I haven't heard somewhere else, just heard it from hitchiking.
In a home in the desert far away of the towns, there was a family, a woman was pregnant. The father decided to leave it in an argument, sending the future mother into a starvation.
For this she decided to cross the desert, so she could feed her child and herself, sadly enough she ends up dying in the way towards the town, but not before giving the light to her children. In this situation, the newborn just decided to drink from her breast for months, until someone, somehow, ended up finding it.
I can't remember the name of it, I'm sure it had one, but I frankly can't remember it. Stuck with me due to travelling hundreds of kilometres just by raising the thumb or a sign patiently.
What is your favourite kind of cake sushi?

 No.7888

>>7886
Really rich chocolate, with chocolate chips in it.
Also, since no one has answered >>7844 yet, Motorhead.
>>7885
Isn't NWOBHM basically the most mainstream that metal's ever been? Or were you saying that your favorite NWHBHM band is obscure?

What's your favorite work of horror fiction sushi?

 No.7891

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>>7888
>Really rich chocolate, with chocolate chips in it.
I think I need a picture to visualize it



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 No.6524[Reply]

Do any of you enjoy going out/socializing?

Life was pretty much just online friends (gaming) through high school, did a 180 and partied a bunch in college, had a group I hung around with…and now for years it's just been my girlfriend and I. Didn't keep in touch with college people, never pursued friendships outside of work. I still talk to and see a couple of friends from childhood every so often but that's it. I don't even know if I mind very much, but it's something I ponder sometimes.
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 No.7817

>>7816
What are your niche hobbies?

 No.7821

>>7817
Pen spinning, I try to practice more because it's a solo grind hobby and now I'm starting to do fps game aim exercises. I couldn't do college

 No.7822

>>7808
i think it is just our brains getting in a rut. when we are alone, we have thoughts and feelings that just keep looping without any outside feedback to disrupt their cycle. it's not so much about positivity or negativity. if you must be alone for too long, at least try stimulating yourself with genuine novelty - investigate a new subject or try to solve a difficult problem.
i think in the end, though, socialization is necessary. i think it's the only way we can feel like our lives are actually meaningful.

 No.7837

>>7821
That's pretty cool sushi roll. Are you making much progress?

 No.7864

>>6539
I'm with you 100%
Though I really miss friendships. It sure is a lot of work building that level of trust with someone and dealing with some of the more irrational quirks of human behavior.
Currently I don't have any great friendships but I do have my health, and my skateboard.



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 No.7233[Reply]

Recommend me something sushi rolls. Doesn't even have to be media. You could tell me to learn to skateboard or something. I'm just really bored
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 No.7813

I reccommend kimchi. It's cold, salty, acidic, spicy, and packs a crunch. So much flavor and it can go with soups and sandwiches. I enjoy it on it's own. Top 10 favorite food.

 No.7815

>>7813
Yeah kimchi is really delicious. I snack on it a lot.

 No.7818

You should watch all of Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu.

 No.7819

>>7818
Seconding this, LotGH got me through a long bout of melancholy.

 No.7820

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>>7734
This.
Get huge, It takes a lot of time and effort but has very steady progression and very tangible results every single week, Assuming you keep at it.
One day you start and you can't even squat the bar with proper form then BAM, 2 years have passed and you're stacking those plates. Hours and hours of fun sweating and angry grunting.
And yeah, People really do treat you different when you get fit, You don't even have to look like a massive bodybuilder for that effect, It just kind of happens.



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