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 No.11433[Reply]

What do you sushis sound like?

https://voca.ro/11cRgfJ0zxTn
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 No.17195

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 No.17196

>>17148
Yes, I know because every single one is actually just me.

 No.18727

>>17196
Sacred Deux (Oh my god)!

 No.18730

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>>18727
Namu Amida Butsu (Oh my Buddha)!

 No.18759

this is what i sound like. i have a southern accent

https://voca.ro/1auZ8lfTyMqO



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 No.12005[Reply]

heihei sushis :3
i want to start a diary and been thinking of what it helps u with as there must be less obvious things u only find out after doing it (semi-)longterm, maybe u'll recognize things others mention which didn't occur to u conciously before and it might inspire others to do the same, i for one can't think of any downsides, as even cringing at ur current self in the future should be worth it to see urself growing

to start off myself, as someone who never wrote their own diary, i think it'll help me get a clearer view of what's important to me, remember things standing out and to live the day more conciously without things sliding by all the time ^-^ (this paragraph is a lil double-y, i almost forgot to write it and shoved it in ^^")


i don't need tips on what/how to write, as i think it'll come naturally and i'll notice what's important to me over time and the beginning will probably be a little clunky, but feel free to write tips, i'm sure there r sushis appreciating it and maybe it'll ease someones first hurdles
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 No.17151

>>17145
for when you can't decide if you want an open sandwich or regular sandwich.

 No.17167

Dear Diary,

It rained today and never really stopped. Also the buses came late today twice in a consecutive days.

I hate the wet…

 No.17185

you’re doing fine just stop saying “u” instead of “you” it‘s very irritating.

 No.18739

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Terrible week at work; issues and problems all the time. Argh.

 No.18764

Today when parking my car I managed to drive 5 cm into an unmarked driveway with 50cm tall grass. What I did not expect after returning from work was the owner running towards me calling me a stupid useless roll while waving an axe around because he was chopping wood to start a fire.

Ended up driving away. It's never a good idea to engage in violence with bare hands against somebody with an axe.



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 No.16637[Reply]

Yuji Sakai [s4s] the creator* of this possibly "dangerous" new memhe has expressed doubts in a series of lamentations/posts
*whether YS_kun is indeed the
wolfmother is up in the air. In a month of Sundays the truth will be known!
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 No.18645

>>17889
That doesn't make sense.
Then again I stopped trying to make sense of people's behaviour a while back.

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 No.18687

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Peace in our time.

 No.18691

>>18687
i swear someone posted this picture already, ai poster please… stop it

 No.18714

>>18660
>>18642
I love these two pics. I should try grabbing some of my favorite photos and draw on them like you do :)



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 No.4909[Reply]

what did i do wrong

where does the .75 come from
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 No.4917

What is even happening?

 No.4922

>>4912
OP is doing long division to calculate 67/4. At the top you write how many times 4 goes into a certain place value (multiple of 10).

67 = 40 + 24 + 2.8 + 0.2, but OP forgot to separate the last two.

 No.4932

The three is actually to be divided by the 4 as well, where 3/4 is .75 (or if you like, 75% of a 1)

 No.4937

>>4922
Oh, now i get it; thanks.

 No.18711

I can't math today; too hungry for pie.



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 No.11595[Reply]

hi!! i'm new here! whats the point of this board
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 No.16678

>>16677
It's oil! It's wheat! It's soil! It's meat!
It's beef!

 No.16683

>>16667
Russia has a lot of oil too…

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 No.18625

>>18624
It's very good especially with tea, I like the yolk inside a lot.

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 No.12769[Reply]

How many hours of day are you computer?
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 No.18595

>>12769
no john, you are the computer

 No.18671

>>12769
Used to be a solid 8+ hours a day, but I've switched to my phone as my depression got worse, so I spend maybe 0-4 a day, mostly 0

 No.18672

from the time i wake up until i fall asleep.

 No.18686

a lot

 No.18704

i'm pretty much never not on the computer. Even to fall asleep I leave some youtube video playing so i'm even on the computer when I'm sleeping.



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 No.18675[Reply]

hi sushi! i am a silly wanderer traveling from ib to ib. today alone ive been to a good 20+ of them but even ones that used to be active are dead silent. could you tell me about yourselves? any sushi lore? have a nice day <3
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 No.18693

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Hello fellow traveller :3

I've been doing the same journey as you but most of the imageboards I've found are unfortunately dead -_- I prefer the slower nature of forums to discords/ircs so I'm motivated to find (and hopefully contribute) to a good community

Hope you find somewhere you like :D

 No.18698

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>any sushi lore?
There used to be a >>>/wildcard/ board. Almost no one posted in it, but the idea was really fun.

>>18681
Yeah, it sucks. I want my sushifriends back.

>>18682
Discord has the same (and more) functionality as imageboards. It also has a lot of bells and whistles to keep people coming back, plus there's considerable social pressure to have a discord account in the first place, so if you have an account anyway, why not join the server? Discord alo encourages more activity since it's an informal chat experience where you can quickly clarify and rephrase what you said, whereas on imageboards you have to think more carefully before you hit reply. The major difference, though, is that discord requires an account and isn't sushi rollymous, but one of the biggest blackpills to me is that no one cares about this, which sucks.

I think a lot of people, not just on imageboards, have been asleep at the wheel with discord. They mentally classify it as an IRC substitute and don't see it as a competitor to forums, even though it absolutely is. This is how you end up with a situation like what's happening with shogi at the moment, where almost the entire western playerbase is contained in one discord server, leaving people who don't want to use discord (like me) essentially in the dark concerning all modern theory and professional news.

>>18683
I'm a big fan of the Wizardchan model. Oversimplifying a little, but they essentially started with one random board and then added new boards based on activity/interest. I think this is a good way to grow smaller boards organically and (potentially) end up with a more unique board configuration, instead of the usual small imageboard admin move of creating a bunch of generic hobby boards at the outset that no one posts in.

>>18693
Be aware that a lot of "dead" imageboards can spring to life if you just start a new thread! Many boards that don't seem to get many posts still have a lot of visitors, it's just that everyone is waiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>>18681
Yes, there are. But I wouldn't say that the activity levels are all that different. A bunch of people greeting each other every day and small talk isn't comparable to the same number of long thought-out posts and microblogs.

>>18698
>has the same (and more) functionality as imageboards. It also has a lot of bells and whistles to keep people coming back
On a technical note, yes. The dreaded gamer Slack actually allows you to change your mind, wipe your post easily, edit it and rephrase yourself. It strikes a balance between regular IRC chat (a fast mind-stream of thoughts) and your regular forum consisting of thought out essays.

>situation like what's happening with shogi at the moment, where almost the entire western playerbase is contained in one [guild]

Indeed. And there is the point. A single board, be it a website or on a webring, is an independent platform. Separated and isolated. And while that is awesome in some regards, it drives the majority of users away. They don't want a place to argue about shogi, to share shogi information; they want to meet humans who are into shogi while feeling like they are learning about shogi. And the product allows you to talk about shogi, sure. But it also allows you to form connections with humans. Without needing separate chats / stream events, like most boards historically did. Said product also (believe me or not) gives you much more control over your new-formed connections with others.

You do not feel like you are talking to users of a particular platform. You feel like you are talking to users of the greater network, in this sense the shogi guild becomes more of a hub than a forum. You 'can' talk to people from the platform and take them "home", even collect them on a platform of your own, at no additional cost to either side.

If your platform sucks because the admin hasn't updated vichan in 6 years or because it's suddenly infested with jailbait picture spam, you aren't forced to leave and lose everybody you met on there. You don't need to pay a domain and a server and a moderation team suddenly. You can very easily move. And have BOTH the freedom and fun of sushi rollymous communication and the community of awesPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.18703

>>18698
>Yeah, it sucks. I want my sushifriends back.
We are still here :P

 No.18715

>>18702
Discord isn't rollymous; it's pseudonymous. This leads to a totally different culture, because everything is tied to an identity. It doesn't have to be the same as real life, but every account is going to have a persona associated with it. If I were to make a real life comparison, I'd say that Discord is the internet equivalent of going to a pub or hobby group meetup. It leads to the same experiences - forming bonds with other people, splitting off into subgroups, gossiping about other members, etc.

In contrast, image boards do provide a true rollymous experience most of the time. There may be some tripfriends who try to establish an identity, but outside of that you can only guess who was behind the posts. I would compare the imageboard experience to be closer to a masquerade. The problem is that there's no one to check invitations at the door, so too many problem makers get in to post illegal content, push political agendas, push commercial products, etc.



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 No.15614[Reply]

Hope everyone is doing well, glad to be on this little corner of the internet :)
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>>15898
hello fren

 No.15963

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>>15614
The outside is nice place to be …. sometimes

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>>15963
Sometimes!

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>>15971
not when it's raining… a lot

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Canna indica is a flowering plant that grows out of big bulb-like roots called "rhizomes". The plants get quite large for something that dies off and regrows every year. The pictured ones are about 3 ft tall. Normally it flowers closer to July, but I guess the warm spring let it get started earlier than usual this year.

In some parts of South America, the Canna is cultivated as a food product. The rhizomes are starchy and can be cooked and eaten directly, or processed into a flour similar to arrowroot.



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 No.9553[Reply]

I'm going to be moving out to an apartment soon. I'll be living on my own for the first time. What are some tips and things I should do to get ready?
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 No.18654

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Got a place with good public transport. YES!

 No.18655

>>18654
NICE!

 No.18659

>>18654
Woah, car in style of AI-generated anime girls…

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>>18663
Hehehe



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 No.6652[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

(Didn't see a particular thread for this topic so making one) Anyone here married/have a family or otherwise older than the average imageboard user?

I hit 31 this year, have had a family for several years. Grew up and still enjoy chan culture yet somehow I've become trapped in suburban normie hell. It's a weird sort of loneliness. Anyone else know this feel?
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 No.16766

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I turned 30 recently myself. I'm not too bothered about being older than the average poster since it's an sushi rollymous forum, and I don't think I'll ever grow out of imageboards. I've taken longer breaks before and I've tried everything from traditional forums to discord, but I always feel like I've come home when I go on imageboards. I find it very difficult to talk to people, even online, so this is one of the few environments where I feel comfortable enough to express myself. The feeling many of us have that imageboards are in decline has actually been good for me, since it's spurred me on to be a more active poster, even making OC and organising community events for another board.

I can't relate to the being married part, but it is what it is.

 No.18597

Cycling time for the oldies

 No.18656

>>16766
That's awesome sushi! I wish I was as proactive as you!

 No.18658

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30yo and married here. I visited my partner on another continent and he proposed. I emigrated, and now we live together with 2 cats, no kids.
I used to read image and text boards a lot in my teens. I mostly stuck to 4chan but after moot sold it off I stuck around on 420chan (rip), lainchan, arisuchan (rip), and so on. I've been lurking sushi for a couple of years and posting very occasionally, and I recently discovered Letterbox, too, which has a comfy vibe.
Imageboards (other than 4chan) feel like they trend typically older, imho. Younger people tend to stick more to Discord, mainstream social media and the fediverse seems pretty young trending too when you look at the instances that aren't the biggest mastodon servers.
My partner has a well paid job and I have a low end part time job so that I can get out of the house and socialise. Making friends in another country is hard, and I find more solace in posting online and chatting with my friends from my home country more than I do with people in this one.

 No.18679

nice bragging.



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