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 No.10736[Reply]

hey
bet you won't post comfy here
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>>10736
What do I win?

 No.11767

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>>10739
Petite filles

 No.12284

Comfy in a warm bed
ZZZZZ

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>>10736
you're right. I won't.

 No.12911

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>>11767
Needs more ferocity



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 No.9254[Reply]

Anyone else feeling like the world is getting louder in isolation? It's the worst when I haven't heard another person's voice in weeks.
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 No.9257

Literally or figuratively?

 No.9757

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It's all the night rave parties

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>>9254
are you sure it's not just tinnitus?

 No.12883

I should get a hearing test along with my eye check-up.

 No.12903

Hearing things as 'to loud' when they pretty silent is an actual neurological condition. I'd bring it up to a doctor.
You wont get drugs for it, but could get your inscerence to cover the therapy. You could diy it yourself though, exposure therapy and playing stack in the background 30 mins a day is the main treatment.



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 No.800[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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.12845

Wanted to make a flaming hot toddy, but I didn't have whisky on hand, so I used Bacardi 151. 0/10, would absolutely recommend. Very warming, very sharp. If you like not enjoying your drink at all, try it out. Let it burn, though, you're going to need that alcohol weakened.

 No.12849

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>>11824
New cafe opened nearby; using cheap but nice coffee as a way to get you in. It works, I tried their croissants and carrot cakes with coffee.

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>>12849
*munch* *sip*

 No.12901

Lately, I've been drinking a lot of Ostfriesentee, a type of black tea popular in East Frisia, with milk and sugar.

 No.12964

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I got a bottle of this recently on recommendation from the guy at the store since my usual rye whiskey was out. It's pretty good! The vanilla makes it smell really nice but it's not too sweet or too overpowering in terms of the actual taste. It makes a tasty Manhattan too! I think the vanilla is really good there.



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 No.8788[Reply]

I'm bored sushis. How do I become not bored?
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 No.12304

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>>12278
it wasn't always this way

 No.12309

>>12304
Deviantart is such a strange website. Its one of the few old internet sites still around, albeit its changed a lot. You can still find drawings that were posted in 2003 and earlier. It feels like desecrating a grave.

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>>12258
What do you mean? DA is still active…

 No.12891

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>>12309
when I was in university (about a decade ago now), there was this girl I liked. one night after some deep conversation she confided in me that she liked to draw but she kept it a secret because she expressed all of her deeper, more hidden emotions in her drawings and she didn't want people she knew superficially to see them. Right before I left for a study abroad program she shared her deviantart username with me so I could see her work. She had been very secretive about it until that point but she was academically very talented so naturally I was very curious to see what she was capable of.


What I found was some depressingly bland pictures of sad looking gothic lolitas. The art wasn't terrible, but it wasn't good either, just kind of in an uncanny valley middle where the facial anatomy and coloring and everything was just slightly off to be uncomfortable. Especially the faces, there was just something offputting about the faces, like they were just too chunky and generic.
I never asked about her art again.I wonder if she knew it was bad and that's why she never told anyone about it.

It's all still there in plain sight on deviantart though. I think her last update was in 2014.

 No.12893

>>12891
Some people just like to draw for the sake of drawing. There's something to be said for art that isn't "good" but you really pour your heart and soul into. I probably wouldn't tell anyone either, though.



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 No.5595[Reply]

hello sushis let have a thread where we post youtube videos we find funny
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THE MONGOLS

 No.12886

MOUSE Computer commercial
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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.12854

>>12771
why does it feel like we are all so similar tbdesu
like all of you are very similar to me but so far apart. i wonder what it would be like in a room with just both of us in by ourselves

 No.12856

>>12854
>why does it feel like we are all so similar
My guess is that imageboards attract some kind of people more than others, which would explain why a lot can associate with each other.

>like all of you are very similar to me but so far apart

Well there is the contact thread, maybe look through that one. Perhaps someone who posted there is living close to you. I would be >>12771 and a cheeseroll, also known as Switzerland.
I know that problem though, I have seen quite a few great posts on imageboards the past few years, posts that made the poster really likable for me, giving me the impression of somebody I would love to spend time with.

> i wonder what it would be like in a room with just both of us in by ourselves

Introverts usually get along with each other very well, therefore I assume we would have a great time.

 No.12859

>>12856
switzerland sushi roll
being honest most of my free time I prefer to be isolated and focused on my own things. But you seem nice maybe I might be more down the drain than you are. Last time I socialized, played games with someone was 2 years ago. It was with my ex l, I miss them but the feeling of being by myself is much more comforting. Maybe I will look for someone in the future.

 No.12868

>>12859
>being honest most of my free time I prefer to be isolated and focused on my own things
Same here, I need a lot of free time for myself, else I can't manage. This is just how I recharge my batteries.

>maybe I might be more down the drain than you are

I would dare to say any person that uses imageboards has issues or at least had issues. So I wouldn't worry about that. As for me, I still do have my fair share of problems.

>Last time I socialized, played games with someone was 2 years ago. It was with my ex l, I miss them but the feeling of being by myself is much more comforting. Maybe I will look for someone in the future

Well I do play vidya with my brother now and then but with someone I met on the Net, the last time was late 2017. I wonder if my spoken English is still good for something. Anyway I had an ex too that I played games with, this made your post hit right in the feels. Still I do know and appreciate the feeling of solitude too, like I said above, I even need it, else I can't really relax properly.
I allow myself to give one piece of advice though, if you ever feel like looking for someone, just do it. There is hardly a right time for that, because sometimes people can help and sometimes people can make it worse. Unfortunately there is no way to know what kind of person you will met and if it will be good for you or not, so there is always a risk. Honestly this is also one of the many reason why I like to be alone most of the time.

 No.12880

I used to be a homebody, but I've realized that socializing gives me energy. Strange, I definitely would not have called myself an extrovert a few years ago. I mostly go out to pubs with a small group of friends, but every once in a while I'll go to a concert or convention to meet new people. Gives me creative inspiration.



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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.12853

>>12852
ganbatte roll

it's not exactly analogous but I'm trying to cut down on my habit of drinking alone myself

 No.12855

>>12853
I wish you the best of luck, but really cant offer any advice as thats one of the ways im dealing with cravings 😖. Alcoholism runs in my family but luckily its never really affected me. I was a pretty heavy weed smoker but had to stop when I had covid and now im around a month without weed also. It feels like im purging myself of every bad habit.

All I can think to say is you replace one habit with another one. Maybe see if you can become interested in tea or something.

 No.12866

>>12847
Fighting game animations are fight moves, they probably just think you're a deadly warrior. I wouldn't worry about it.

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>>12866
Doing martial arts well is fine; embarrassment is the temporary

 No.12879

>>12866
No no no, you don't understand. I wasn't shadowboxing, I was full on throwing hadokens and Potemkin busters. Nothing that looked like a real sport or art.



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 No.10778[Reply]

Hey, I need some advice. I can't do anything I want to do (even simple things) because I am very uncomfortable. I'm not sure how to explain it. It's just a permanent feeling of physical discomfort. Even staying in bed is painful.
What do?
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 No.10781

Its probably a mix of anxiety and depression friend. I know exactly what youre talking about. I can't offer you a solution because I feel this way often myself. My best suggestion is just keep pushing as hard as you can to be productive. You need to condition yourself to be able to work even when you feel this way.

Best of luck.

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>>10778
without knowing your physical condition, you might be depressed. sometimes exercise out in the sunshine helps me feel better. beyond that, I would say see a doctor. cheers.

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Just do it - Nike, Roman Goddess of Victory

 No.12865

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I'm going through something very close and I think you have executive function disorder and underlying depression/anxiety expressed, or in this case masked, by alexithymia. The executive function disorder is obvious as being unable to perform tasks which one see's as easy due to an unknown mental block or bad planning is a key stone trait. An underlying case of depression or task anxiety also creates/worsens executive problems.
My main interest is your feeling of inexplainable uncomfortableness before a task and generally being uncomfortable existing as a sign of alexithymia. Alexithymia is a trait were people feel the reactions emotions bring, but they can't interpret them which often leads to them confusing emotional sensations for physical ones. The best example I can think of off the top of my head is from the book emotionally dumb; Paul is driving to a party with his gf. His heart is racing, but he can't tell what it means. Is it because he's anxious to be with his girlfriend? Is he mad he was cut off? Is it because he forgot his heart medication? This ties into you because your uncomfortableness sounds like an alexithymic interpretation of a negative emotion. Instead of having easily identifiable emotions and their causes, I don't feel good because I'm bad at X, you have vague problems and even vaguer emotions you confuse for physical discomfort, when I can't do something I feel tingly. You're obviously not happy right now, so your general depressive mood could be interpreted as your always running discomfort. Most people don't feel good before starting a task, especially people with executive problems, so your discomfort before tasks is an alexymic reaction to emotions.
What I recommend is you buy, preferably pirate, a book on skills to combat ADHD and/or executive function. Along side that you should read a CBT/DBT therapy book on anxiety and/or depression, which ever one you relate to most. Alexithymia is the more niche condition, so it has no books. The best you can do is make an emotion diary were you try to connect your body sensations to an emotion based on the context they appeared, My face feels red + I was just insulted = Angry? Embarrassed?. An emotional wheel could help.
If this doesn't work move to therapy, if you're to poor try online of sliding scale, and if that still doesn't work do drugs, most likely start with ADHD drugs as those are the cheapest.

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 No.12870

I think I feel something similar, like a permanent sense of disquietude and anxiety that makes doing anything, or nothing at all, seem awkward and unnatural.



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 No.10030[Reply]

Was ghosted a while back for basically no reason
I think, even deleted her acc what do?. Also talk about being ghosted in general and give a homie some advice on what to do.
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 No.10174

>>10148
>So I said some mean things in hope that by sparking their anger, they could overcome the sadness more easily.
It doesn't work like this. If you made them genuinely and you had a relationship, it's hard to get over it bc you're enemies now.

 No.10175

I have both ghosted and been ghosted. I have ghosted because I started to dislike the person after getting to know them. I've been ghosted for being boring.

 No.10961

Why can't they just say goodbye??

 No.12811

>>10030
Op again it’s been a while but I’m back not ghosted but got cheated on this time I wish I could get close to people and talk to them but I only ever get hurt.

 No.12846

Sorry to hear it, but it is an unfortunate truth of the dating experience. Usually it isn't your fault, but it's easy to think that it is. Usually, especially on dating apps, people will be talking to multiple options at a time, and sometimes they'll just choose one and ghost the rest. It's also pretty common for someone to decide that they shouldn't be dating at the time, and they don't want to go through the emotional effort of admitting it. It's scary.

Here's an experience I had some time earlier this year. Had a bad breakup, and I kind of relapsed on a dating app. Met somebody, it was going great, then they just… stopped responding. I didn't take it great, but I quit using the app for a while to discover myself. During that time, I actually realized that dating just isn't for me, at least not right now. So a few months later, I hopped back on the app to delete my profile, and lo and behold, they had messaged me back. It was a lengthy apology about how they were scared of relationships and didn't want to hurt me by saying so, so they wanted to ghost me instead. They had felt so terrible, that they came back online to say so, and even gave me their phone number if I still wanted to talk. I felt a strange sense of resolution knowing that the other person was hurting too, but we were both on the way to getting better by leaving the dating scene.

So, I can't say that I have advice, but I would encourage any ghostbros to remember that everyone is human. Ghosting is often just a defense mechanism used by people who are very afraid of hurting others. Angry people will usually just tell you that they are angry, but scared people usually won't. So try to take it in stride, spend some time in thought and your favorite hobbies, and get back up on your feet kings/queens.



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 No.12823[Reply]

Are you worried about experiencing imminent food shortages and famine? I cannot escape the feeling that I will die from starvation within the next few years. I live in a Prosperous European Nation. Please convince me otherwise.
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 No.12826

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Depends where you live really, some countries are fairly self sufficient, particularly island nations like new zealand or the UK. It's more likely that you just won't have access to the same quality of food, probably have less meat available and things like that. That being said, growing your own food is generally a good idea. If you want to be seriously paranoid, the best move for a prepper is the get your hands on like 4 or 5 sheep, put all of your stuff in a wagon, and become a nomadic shepherd. You can get about 50% of your daily calories from sheep's milk products if you graze them well on empty lots and patches of grass and stuff, and forage the rest. Sheep are particularly practical because you can harvest their wool, not only to make things for yourself but also for trading/selling. This is actually a much better move than just stocking up on canned goods because it'll last you forever, as long as you keep breeding your sheep. We're probably not going to have severe food shortages, but we will definitely all be brought down a peg, probably to the level of a 3rd world country. It's simply the natural reasult of living in a collapsing empire. Now's a good time to learn to forage, grow some potatoes (picrelated), buy solar pannels and learn some practical skills fixing things which need fixing. Or you could always move to a more prosperous country. China won't be as kind to refugees as we have been, so the sooner the better before the mass migration starts.

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>>12826

I am deeply thankful for your response.
I am an awful communicator. I often upset others when I speak. I am also a House-Locked NEET. On this basis, I believe I have an insufficient aptitude for Nomadism.
Do You have any advice on learning to forage? I have downloaded [Food for Free - Richard Mabey]. I will begin reading it tonight and practicing tomorrow. If you have any objections to my plan, please share them with me.
I have measured my garden [344 sq ft]. I will use as much as it for gardening as my [Family] and [Desires] will permit. The image you shared was very inspiring. Thank You.

It seems our thoughts are motivated by very different {time-scale[s]}. I worry about famine within the next [1-3 Years]. You seem to consider the next [Few Decades]. Is my {Time Scale} assessment accurate?
With regards to my time-scale, should I stock up on Canned Goods? I don't plan for them to last forever, only to supplement my diet over the next few years.

With regards to your time-scale, should I aim to leave my country [UK]. Where should I move?
How long will it take for my country to deteriorate to [Third World Status]?

 No.12828

>>12827
I would really recomend against foraging without an experienced forager to guide you at first unless you are extremely confident. The number one rule of foraging is if you're not absolutely 100% sure what it is, do not eat it. Nature can and will kill you if you eat the wrong thing. I too am a house locked NEET, so I've also been thinking about how nomadism would be tricky. Maybe fishing is a good plan b, although there's complications since fish were more plentiful in the past than they are now.
For a hikki like myself, I think an indoor hydroponics setup might be good too but they're kind of expensive it seems. I will do further research.
> I worry about famine within the next [1-3 Years]. You seem to consider the next [Few Decades]. Is my {Time Scale} assessment accurate?
Honestly it's hard to say, but I do think it's unlikely that there will be famine that soon. Maybe you know something that I don't, but the UK grows a lot of its own basic foods and should be able to sustain itself taking into account the efficiency of modern farming techniques, barring some extreme act of god tradgedy.
>With regards to my time-scale, should I stock up on Canned Goods? I don't plan for them to last forever, only to supplement my diet over the next few years.
It might be a good idea, but I wouldn't waste too much money on it.
With regards to your last two questions, I would say no one knows for sure, it depends on a lot of complicated factors which are hard to predict. I would reassure you that people in the 3rd world realy don't have it that bad as you may think. There are statistics about for example average wages, but in a country where most people are subsitance farmers, wages don't really give an accurate picture of their quality of life. A lot of issues in poorer places come from lack of infrastructure, but we already have that and even if it deteriorates, it's not going to vanish overnight, we can still make use of it. Northern europe also has lots of fertile land, comfortable weather conditions, not many severe natural disasters, these are all geographical factors which lead to it being the most "developed" in the first place, and they're not going to go away because of economic circumstances. Basically, life will be harder, but in the end you will probably be fine. Mass fPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>>12823
Preparing for natural disasters is good but your fears are unfounded. The UK did fine during wartime rationing prior to the widespread use of glyphosphate and chemical fertilizers. Famine especially in a country with the lowest food prices in yurop is unlikely. Better off to stockpile a few months of food and be financially secure.

Starting a productive farm will be a substantial time investment: sowing, checking the weather, watching for pests and disease, harvesting, canning, etc.

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>>12825
I hear we all have one inside ourselves…



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