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The Uboachan / Sushichan Associated Gamejam Initiative (U.S.A.G.I. Game Jam) goes LIVE on January 1st!
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 No.7513[Reply]

I wish I had an interesting hobby or skill that allowed me to create cool stuff. Everyone I speak to online has one, even people much younger than me, and it honestly makes me jealous. I wasted my whole life passively consuming media
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Do something… anything.

 No.12017

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I've been trying to draw recently but it's very intimidating, much more rigorous than woodwork or sewing.

 No.12018

>>12017
Did you draw that pic?

 No.12019

>>12018
unfortunately no
https://twitter.com/Shawawa0_0/status/1416997044149960708
reverse image searching is also a nightmare for twitter

 No.12020

>>12019
These are really cool, I love LSD Dream Emulator, one of my fave games. I should look up more of the creators other art, it all seems very neat.
Ganbatte on your drawing efforts roll, art is super hard but also super awesome.



 No.592[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

does anyone know any particularly comfy youtubers or podcasts?

i'm always looking for something comfy or interesting to listen to in my spare time, and listening to people talk helps me relax a lot.

one podcast i'm a fan of is the wisenheimers podcast which was two animators from newgrounds talking about stupid shit. it ended a while a go, but managed to be pretty funny and chill while it lasted.

i also some lets players like vinesauce, jontron era game grumps and another guy called manlybadasshero who mostly does horror game lp's, but i havent found anything as comfy as i would prefer.
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 No.11290

Retro Game Mechanics Explained picks apart how old video game consoles worked. He has a very calming voice.

 No.11330

>>11290
I have just enough technical know how to get the gist of these videos until they bring up something I've never heard of and I'm totally lost

 No.11590

Photoinduction for relaxed destruction of home appliances through the power of JUICE. Educational if you ever wondered what happens to electronics if you run 300kv through them while in the living room.

 No.11969

Has anyone watched Mega64? I'm just realizing a lot of stuff that became memes come from them. Where would be the best place to start?

 No.11970

>>11969
Maybe their “games in real life” skits? They’ve been around so long, even pre-youtube, the catalogue is almost endless.



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 No.4909[Reply]

what did i do wrong

where does the .75 come from
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 No.4912

I don't understand the first 2 lines.

 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.



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 No.5806[Reply]

so I just found this board and it seems very comfy, I'm moving to another city in about a month and have been very confused whether or not it'll make me happier or not.
I'm gonna ask the people I'm living with if they mind if I get a cat because it'll be the first time for me without a pet
hope I can make my living space /comfy/
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 No.5834

>>5826
i'm >>5818 and yea, i just got accepted into a university a few days ago. i'm pretty happy about it but there's a lot of shit i have to figure out(especially housing) and classes start real soon. it's sure gonna be interesting

 No.11475

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My dinner treat

 No.11823

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Playing a comfy rpg

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>>11475
Oh nom nom

 No.11915

cool sips



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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.11862

>>11861
thanks for the insight kiddo, it's nice that he can enjoy those things alone, he probably has irl frens and also lots of money. i don't enjoy many things at all anymore and I have very little expendable income. some people are okay with being alone, and I'm just not one of them, not anymore.

 No.11937

>>11724
Update on this. After I got past my initial elation, I realized that a romantic relationship wasn’t what I wanted… it’s hard to parse, I was genuinely happy that I was confessed to. We never did anything but hold hands, but… we were friends throughout high school, and I got so used to being friends. My friends, her included, were finally the constants in my life I got after wanting friends and normalcy for so long, and I cherish all of them more than anything. I’m about to go off to college and am experiencing a lot of changes in my life. I just didn’t know I wasn’t prepared to cast another emotional variable into that mix. The concept of the intricacy and difficulty of an LDR also intimidated me a lot given that I’ve never had a relationship. What I really needed, badly, was my friends. The timing on this ended up being very bad.

We’re leaving the relationship amicably and are going to continue to be friends but I still made her sad by putting her through this roller coaster and that’s what makes my heart ache. Not ending the relationship. That’s how I know it was the right decision. I feel relieved that we’re friends again but sad about the emotional difficulty of this stuff.

Never underestimate the importance of platonic relationships, sushis.

 No.12057

fallen in love again for the first time in like, idk 15 years? it feels exactly like it did back then and i think engaging it will help me move on from my past (my first real) relationship.

i have to tread so carefully though.

 No.12058

ah, this one is at the bump limit. oh well, I'm happy enough to let my thoughts slip away into the void.

 No.12970

I know this thread is over the bump limit, but sometimes it's best to yell into the void.

Around last autumn, my friend confessed to me. Feeling wasn't mutual, we stayed friends. Classic. But now I've come to the realization that I actually loved and still love them too. I was just too stupid and dense to realize that. But now I don't know if I should go through it. I feel like we're a bit closer than just friends, but less than lovers. It's complicated. I'm just afraid of ruining the relationship we've built. Guess I'll tell her one day.

If you ever happen to read this super vague text, then know I love you and I'll love you till the end of time.



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 No.4720[Reply]

Let's tell each other about strangers doing things that made you feel comfy.

Recently I went to the laundry room to clean some clothes. I like to hang around in the laundry room and play video games and keep an eye on my clothes because I don't trust people not to take them out of the machine.
Sitting at the table was a man wearing a US Marines (or some other military) cap, I guess he was a veteran but I didn't ask. He had a creaky old laptop on the table and was playing a Christmas themed hidden objects game.

Pic unrelated.
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 No.4843

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I don't really know if comfy is the correct word, but like a year ago i was in the bus with my earphones on, and also the guy sitting next to mine.
I play piano since I'm a kid, and Ihave the habit of start playing an imaginary piano every time I'm listening a song that I already know how to play it. I think at the time I was listening to Bach, so I was trying to resist the temptation of doing that autistic shit, when suddenly the guy next to mine started doing that exact thing. That was odd af, so I decided to do it too, thereby we spend the whole trip (about 30 minutes) playing our imaginaries pianos, and sometimes laughing, but we didn't talk to each other. I kinda regret it cause he seemed pretty based.

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 No.4954

>>4843
this is so cute ^w^

 No.4962

Once when I was in college, I was depressed and sitting on the curb with my head in my lap and arms wrapped around. A passerby said something like, "kid, you got your whole life ahead of you" in a reassuring tone.

 No.11820

>>4720
This song



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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.11692

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>>7945
>>7946
>>7948
OP here, I never expressed thanks for these posts. I didn't end up going, things got better for a bit, there's a chance I might soon though. If I do then I promise to remember all your advice. Love you rolls.

 No.11696

>>11690
Depends on how long you think you would need to be away from a real kitchen with ingredients?

If it was just a handful of days and I had the money, I would get some MRE type meals, because they have the heat source to cook it with integrated into the kit, lugging about some type of hobo stove or something could be a bother, especially if you have no experience using it.

If you were going to be heading into the wild (regardless if urban or forest kind of wild) for a while, like weeks, then I'd get some type of portable kitchen unit that runs on some heat source that is both inexpensive and not too weighty, like maybe the gel type fuel (think its called FireDragon? same company makes lightweight portable stoves to burn it in). And then a large suitable container for water (need to be enough both for drinking and cooking liquids), and then some spices, some red lentils (cooks fast enough for portable stoves) and whatever else you could put in lentil stew that stores easily during travel circumstances. E.g. rice, spices, millets, oats (nice to cook on its own to change up things, just lentils gets boring).
That should be a very efficient way to survive, a weeks worth of food couldnt cost more than 10 bucks, if you dont account for the price of the spices. Fuel and the portable kitchen thing shouldnt be more than something like 10-20 bucks max either, if you're buying it at a store with sane prices.

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>>11692
If you are going to be homeless for a while I wouldn't put your primary focus on food. Shelters and churches are very generous and many people tend to gain weight while sleeping rough. That said shelters aren't very pleasant places to stay.

If it is short-term innawoods for a few weeks solid fuel as >>11696 said is a good idea, I'd also recommend wood gas stoves. Much more efficient and produces almost no smoke compared to campfires/conventional wood stoves, a Silverfire is around $30. Do get a concealment cover for your tent, getting harassed by cops and rude people are going to be something you have to deal with.

Good luck sushi.

 No.11815

>>11811
Is that a deep-fried fumo? What the heck

 No.11816

>>11815
Reimu has seen better days



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 No.4550[Reply]

Air quality is up since the 19th century. Humans have a strong sense of smell.

What’s the thoughts on using candles, incense, etc.

What natural smells are nicest when replicated
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 No.11778

I love the smell of bonfires. I feel most cozy if I'm up in the morning in a rural area and smell a bonfire somewhere in the distance. Or if I am the one making it, that's fine too.

 No.11800

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I think there's two kinds of good smells. First are just legitimately good smells, like fresh coffee or a forest after rain. Second are smells that on their own are average but are associated with memories of a good or happy time in your life. I have some cheap cologne I no longer wear but still keep in the restroom and whiff every once in a while to bring back memories of younger days staying out late with friends.

 No.11801

I love different smells. My favorite incense would probably have to be sandalwood. Sage smells pretty nice too and has a cleaning effect…

When I first bought my bed it had a very earthy smell that I want to replicate to this day. Its a fully organic 50/50 wool cotton futon.

 No.11802

I think since I had covid my sense of smell somewhat canged. But it is hard to compare. I have one cologne which I believe smells different than before.

 No.11805

>>11802
perfumes and stuff change their smell over time coz of the volatile ingredients that eventually dissipate. so if that cologne is like 2 years old or something since you opened it, it's probably changed a bit.



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 No.11790[Reply]

this entire world was formed to cause me as much pain as it possibly could

 No.11792

>>11790
it really is like that isnt it

 No.11793

For real dude. 599 dollars? For a fucking sausage? We truly live in a clown world.

 No.11794

>>11793
look at the size of it though

 No.11795

sausage has no games

 No.11797

>>11793
Well the thread is about suffering, after all.



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 No.6999[Reply]

This thread is mainly for music, but any other forms of media are welcome for discussion and discovery/
Personally I've been listening to Kill The Architect which I appreciate for its underground roots, lyrical composition and general style that Cage always had.
https://youtu.be/2Yc6_llRDbk
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 No.11341

The Coffee Song · Frank Sinatra

 No.11359

This night I've decided to listen to The Tragically Hip and they're surprisingly comfy. Not Canadian but I can see the appeal.

 No.11399

Mooo

 No.11768

「 Sleeping in the Cold Below」

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