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 No.7212[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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.8636

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>>8633
Lago puelo!
It's a big lake that's like 15 km south from my town.
What is your favorite mushroom?

 No.8640

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>>8636
That looks beautiful, I'm jealous.

I'm no mycologist but I like Enoki mushrooms, they're cute and cool looking and tasted good the few times I had them.

What's your favorite kind of bread?

 No.8652

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>>8640
Conchas, I love having them as breakfast or snack

When was the last time you got drunk?

 No.8655

>>8652
>When was the last time you got drunk?
Right now :)

What's your favorite way to travel?

 No.8656

>>8655
I loved to drive around in my car, but then I wore up my suspension on offroads.

What is your favourite book?



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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.8275

>>8180
I feel you on the IRL front. But while it can still be daunting online you shouldn't just give up on it. I've met some good people online, and even met some of them IRL. Some bad experiences happened too of course, but it's all par for the course. Of course this is partly hypocritical of me as I'm still deathly scared to speak up or make myself known online in any sort of community where I can be identified.

 No.8301

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>>7803
Hahaha, this is the most autistic thing I've read in a while, but I feel the same way:
>Once it gets past that and into the area of actual relation i feel like my freedom is being infringed upon
I know that feeling exactly. I'm happy to socialize with people I've never met before. I occasionally comment on what someone's purchasing while we stand in line at the market; sometimes they don't want to talk, but more often they do and I've had some pretty funny interactions. That's like my ideal level of socialization.

Beyond that, I think when you start getting more involved with someone it's like you're "settling" for them as a friend. You have to wonder if this is the "best" person you could have picked, maybe they're not the perfect image of a friend you had in mind. You get to be afraid of investing time in the relationship, and moreover you're afraid not of rejection, but of rejecting if it doesn't work for you after you've led your new friend on.

I think that might be what's going on with me, not really sure though.

 No.8303

No. I do think it's important to some extent though. And I often feel the drive to do so, but most often than not there is just no common ground and every attempt I make at smalltalk just falls flat or ends up in awkward silence. It's like people naturally don't like me.
It's a bit of a problem because that means I cannot get past the stranger threshold with people and thus won't be able to try and make a deal with them. I just don't know how to handle people.

 No.8623

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I do socialize, well, quite often since that is part of being an electrical apprentice. I do however don't feel like socializing much outside of work. I start to appreciate my alone time the more time I have to spend in the outside world.
I dont like the idea of drinking, smoking, or any of that kind of stuff that a lot of people I know seem to enjoy doing. I'm mostly a clean guy who likes to keep to himself.

 No.8650

>>8623
What do you do on your own?



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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.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.

 No.7948

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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.

 No.8630

I've always had this urge to run away. I barely feel connected to anyone or my environment. It all feels fake. My life isn't even bad or anything, I just feel alienated from it all.



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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.8184

>>8173
I've taken some when I've went outside, too.
Though mine won't be as good as yours since I took them from my phone.
I'll upload them here sooner or later, feeling kinda lazy now.

 No.8185

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>>8121
That's some great photos, sushi roll! Does she sell he work somewhere online?

 No.8205

>>8185
She posts her stuff on her Instagram @antarescrafting - she does alot of custom stuff aswell~

Love your pictures. They make me want to travel and see new places!

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A few interesting places on a road near me, it's really a strange slice of what the whole area used to be decades ago with old houses and commercial buildings still in good shape, right down the street from $the 2000-a-month apartments they've building lately

 No.8611

>>8558
There's something mystical about electrical poles.



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 No.8371[Reply]

I have major gender dysphoria and its certainly a drag on life, and I just want to rant about it, and you guys are all nice (oh yeah so fair warning this is just me going on about my problems, also this may be really long and I don't know if there's a character limit so this may be multiple parts).

I'm just never going to look or feel right, I don't think. Because I just happened to be born with this mental illness. As a kid, I always liked to imagine myself as a girl for some reason. In internet circles I'd pretend I was a girl, for no real reason other then preference. It wasn't like I was doing it for kicks, saying I was a guy after flirting with someone, i really just liked being a girl instead. I lived in a pretty liberal area, so I found out about trannies by middle school, and by age 14 i was pretty sure I was one. Unfortunately, I was a very early bloomer, and puberty hit me really hard. I was 5'10" at 14 and only kept growing, grew facial hair in middle school, broad shoulders, square jaw, everything. And I hated it as much then as I did now. I grew my hair out and to this day have real nice hair with perfect curls but that was kind of the end of things I actually liked about myself. With my frame, nobody ever really mistook me for a girl, even from behind. Guy friends I had that were super short or just feminine in general got mistaken for girls without even trying or wanting to and I felt really jealous. When I was 15 I started having friends call me "Abby" online and told them about some of this. I started getting that feeling of "being a women trapped in a man's body" people talk about as opposed to "being a man that want to be a woman," a change you don't really notice until it happens. That felt pretty nice. Every now and then, when I was home alone, I'd sneak into my sister's room and wear her clothes and look in the mirror for a while. I stopped because it felt like I was doing something perverted even though I wasn't attracted to women (more on that later), but it felt nice to take pictures of myself in dresses, even though I deleted them afterwards. but…yea. I just really hated being a man. Sometimes I would curl up and stare at all the hair on my legs and nearly have a breakdown over that.(Part 1/?)
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 No.8579

>>8577
I feel like you didn't actually respond to my post, but okay

>I get the sensation described in viharts vid about this… I find it difficult to image not caring if you can reproduce or not.

You mean the sensation she described as "idiot teenager feelings?" The whole point of that video is that it's important to realize that not everyone thinks the same way that you do, and that what's important to you might not be important to someone else, and vice-versa.

>The desire to change from a fertile man to an infertile woman is extremely strange

So are you okay with trans people who don't get surgery (i.e. most of them) and therefore remain fertile? It's true that HRT reduces fertility, but it doesn't destroy it completely. Also, how do you feel about non-trans people who choose to be infertile, via vasectomies or tube-tying? Do you see that as a form of self-harm?

 No.8580

>>8573

Just work towards doing the sex change through magic like >>8445 suggests

If you reach a high level in yoga, or some sort of ritualistic magic
there are apparently no limits as to what you can accomplish on a physical level.
In the beginning this means getting healthy, because only a healthy body can support a powerful mind.
But also quitting pornography and learning to prevent ejaculation.

And who knows, as soon as you reach a certain level of health you might not experience any body dysphoria anymore.

 No.8583

>>8569
Thank you, sushi! You just said what I've been trying to put into words for a while now.

 No.8584

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>>8577
I haven't participated in this discussion until now, but just chiming in on this – I don't think there's anything wrong with not caring about children or fertility. There's an entire pan of society that adheres to childfree beliefs, and claiming that a woman who doesn't want children is some kind of abomination or failure is kind of an outdated way of thinking.

Ultimately, how one views themselves is influenced by how others see them (and thus how society defines gender). We judge whether someone is a man or woman by their physical appearance, behaviour, and, yes, genitals. Varying degrees of dysphoria lead to different consequences, and while someone would be fine with 'passing' and being recognized in public as a person of the other gender, others are too deep in the condition to handle seeing a cock or a vag down there.

I think that, if the entire medical process (in terms of mental health, pre-surgery treatment, …) was better handled, and if we had more support options for those abandoned by their families (family rejection and substance abuse are significant predictors for suicide attempts), a lot more people could be saved. And then, of course, you have the whole discourse about whether or not accepting trans people as an 'attribute', rather than a mental illness that needs to be corrected back to their sex, is worth the societal impact it will have. That's another subject.

But it's definitely more complicated than just having kids or not. We live for more than that.

 No.8587

Moved to >>>/hell/2942.



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 No.8504[Reply]

it's my birthday sushis,
sorry to bother, honestly I don't really have anything to do today other than work in the morning.. oh well.
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 No.8508

>>8504
Happy birthday, hope you have a great day!

 No.8509

post in the birthday thread sushi

 No.8511

Happy birthday roll. Hope your day goes well. Remember to treat yourself to something!

 No.8512

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Happy birt –
>78-781613_transparent-anime-school-girl-png-kawaii-anime-school.png

 No.8514




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 No.6173[Reply]

What are physical features you pay the most attention to?
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 No.7208

>>7198
Fair enough, my bad :)

 No.7210

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Hairs are important, I'm personally a fan of bangs, it's really cute on a girl. An ass slightly on the thicc side is a plus. I don't pay a lot attention to breasts.

 No.8181

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>>7210
BANGS YES
Short hair is also SSS. Any length above the shoulders and below the jaw really. High cheekbones are the best.
Shoulders are pretty fucking kino too. Especially the blades. The back. Collarbones. Prominent collarbones + flat chest. Small breasts are just where its at brother. Slightly upturned nipples. INVERTED NIPPLES. THIGH GAP. VISIBLE ABS. Maybe even ribs. Endless possibilities my guy.
Oh fuck actual ankles bro. Like visible joints. Too many girls got those damn cankles. I can't see where the leg ends. There's just like a little indentation. It ain't hot. I like prominent joints, visible achilles tendon, HIGH arches like fuck please step on me.
Bro typing this shit up I think I just got a thing for bones.

 No.8182

Tone of voice should definitely not be underestimated. I feel like all the pretty girls got that breathy quality to their voice with the slight croak at the end. Bro like Stacy Dash in this Eric interview. I'm so glad he let those rats in. Her screams almost got me going.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_POJXPcZjNg
Listen to Bork talk about this damn tv too.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75WFTHpOw8Y
Man Sarah Silverman too dude. I just like the scratchiness.

 No.8293

>>8182
I always liked a husky Abella Danger type voice



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 No.7839[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Last thread, >>7340, seems to have hit bump limit so I'm making a new one.

Every time you visit https://sushigirl.us leave a reply in this thread. How your day is going, anything interesting that happened recently or just to say hi, whatever!
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 No.8296

>>7379
>>8282
I'd let her beat me up, granted I wouldn't really have a choice in the matter.

 No.8298

>>8270
Yesterday I managed to reduce to around 7~ drinks. Today I bought 3 500ml beers, but I'm getting a strong urge to go outside and buy one more and some food…

 No.8302


 No.8311

>>8298
I bought more that day and otday I drank more too. Corona has depressed me to no end, it's a part of why ive been drinking so much. I hate this so much. I'm so lonely without events open to meet new people. I feel like such a weakling, since I know a lot of you are in places with much less events. I honestly can't survive without events catering to my specific interests. This shit is unbearable.

 No.8312

Woke up at 3 pm, now i'm pissed at myself



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 No.8224[Reply]

Any stories of funny/weird/dumb things you did as a kid.

When I was ~9 years old I was at this summer camp. One of the activities was an arts and crafts project where we made custom CD holders. There was this one girl that I didn't like for whatever reason that brought things to put inside their holder, I guess they knew ahead of time we were going to make them. Later on while we were at a baseball game I stole their CD holder and hid it in my backpack. Like you'd expect they got really upset while I stayed quiet. When I got home I threw it into the attic and kept it there for years. All I remember being in there was a Shrek DVD. I still feel bad about making a child cry for no reason, I guess I can think of this as coming clean.


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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.8147

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>>8082
The opposite happened to me a while ago. Bought some small fireworks and the lady at the checkout said "oh your little boys are going to have to much fun with these." I nervously laughed and said "yea I guess so". A couple of the employees said similar things about buying fireworks for my sons while I was browsing.

I'm way too young to have a kid, let alone multiple kids old enough to play with fireworks. I guess I just have that old man energy.

 No.8148

>>8082
at least you will age well desu

 No.8168

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I have a group chat with my cousins and little brother were we just joke around. On my brothers birthday they thought it'd be funny if they made a collage of all our inside jokes. Stuff like "sushi rolls brother wants to fook sushi roll", a yaoi comic they found funny, etc. They sent it to him using instagram chat along with other normal "happy birthday!" videos.

So my brother was showing the normal "happy birthday" videos to my mom, but since Instagram auto plays between videos she saw the collage by accident. That was worse enough, but she was so disgusted she stopped the car and asked my brother to show the collage. She spent a solid minute looking and asking us about the collage. I manage to make them delete the story and labels it's disappearance as "story's expire!".

I think the most embarrassing part is when it get brought up randomly and I have to dance around the topic. My mom also thinks the cousin who sent it, they're a literal 4.0 GPA perfect kid, is some punk society failed.

 No.8176

>>8168
Sorry about your mom, it sounds like you have some cool family though, I'm jealous

 No.8179

>>8168
Tell her to chill the heck out and that it's a joke video.



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