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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.10590

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>>10589
>Just wanted to ask a question (because I really don't know much about social things), those of you sushi rolls who have friends, do you ever talk to them about your problems? Personal ones, like insecurities that have been getting worse or feeling down because something unpleasant happened? I never discuss that with any of my friends, and I feel it'd be a burden to them to listen to me anyway.

All the time, that's one of the most important things for me in making a strong and long-lasting frenship.

I'll only go really in-depth with it if I'm talking with my closest friends. With everyone else, i don't bring these sorts of things up very often and if I do, I keep the discussion brief. I also know the feelings of anxiety, the feeling of being a burden to your frens. I found that after many years, your closest friends won't think of you as a burden even if they're hauling you over a mountain. I don't profess to know what they get out of it, but they're obviously getting something from the frenship during all the other times that makes these moments worthwhile to them. Perhaps they don't even see themselves as dragging me up a mountain, perhaps only i see it that way.

>It's not like because they're my friend they are obliged to sort me out, right?

No, and you're not obliged to do the same for them in return either. Friendship isn't a contract. But - idk maybe this isn't something you've felt before - even if they're not obliged to help, sometimes people will want to help their friend.

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>>10589
Going to echo what >>10590 is saying a bit.

This is apart of what makes a close friend, close. There aren't many people you will cross paths with throughout your life that will inevitably fall in this category because it takes a lot of time and falling flat on your face to find the right people you click with that you can build a relationship with to that point. The ancient philosophers ruminated about friendship extensively and had it figured out to a degree. That the quality of a friendship is more important 100 times out of 100 than the quantity of friends that you might have; as such it is virtually impossible to get to know more than a handful of people at any given time in this close intimate level. This notion seems lost on modern sensibilities.

When I am experiencing hardship, depression, anxiety, insecurities, etc. I talk to my friends about it just as willingly and openly as I talk to them about anything positive. I would gladly listen to and help them in any way if they came to me with the same predicaments. I don't think that, 'I am contractually obligated to help them because I expect them to help me' or anything like that. I would because I want to… because here is another human being who I deeply care about and I want to see them thrive. To me this kind of connection is more beneficial than say, paying to see a psychologist to seek out help. You do not have that deep emotional link with them and seeing them 1-2 hours every week to talk specifically about your head space alone isn't going to develop a connection with that person in any meaningful and intimate way. It is not only the other person you are helping when you help them, you are also helping yourself. It's that amazingly good and warm feeling we get when extend a hand of compassion and kindness, for ourselves, and for others, especially those we care deeply about. I think this feeling is intrinsic to what it means to experience life as a human and has no definitions of virtue or moral righteousness. I can't think of describing it as anything other than the raw emotion of love, not directed any one direction, but radiating without from within.

You are not a burden, selfish, or shallow. I'm not saying this because I'm trying to make you feel better. I'm saying Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>>6524
I like going outside but usually prefer being alone. I'll play with people online and offline but outside I just want to wander and take things in.

 No.10613

I'm starting a pre-uni course on campus on Monday. Hopefully someone will talk to me, I'll spend the entire time trying to build up the courage to talk to someone as well. It's scary to me since I've basically been a shut in for the past decade, my social ability (which wasn't the best in the first place) has atrophied just like my brain has. This semester is going to be a tough one but I've reached a point in my life where I need to just get over myself and my self-defeating mentality.

 No.10618

>>10613
Good luck sushi roll. It's okay to be afraid, and if you fuck up talking to anyone, you've only potentially ruined your chances with .00000000128% of the human race.



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 No.6375[Reply]

is compassion contrasted by strength?
I'm too soft and that makes me feel weak
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>>9997
What >>9998 says.
No but in all seriousness: It's being able to pat a partner on the back when things go awry, reaffirm that everything will be alright and then help them resolve the problem at hand and maybe even tell them where they fucked up, if that's the case. A situation I can think of is when my gf got a letter from her health insurance demanding 35.000€ because she forgot to hand in the papers that document her income. Just being compassionate doesn't help in that situation. She was panicking and crying so I had to calm her down etc. But once that was done, I had to help her take care of the thing at hand in a constructive manner e.g. calling the insurance company, collecting paperwork, writing an E-Mail - all that jazz.
Like I said above: It is also about being strong enough to also criticize your peers. Compassion does not always mean making people feel good. Sometimes it's the most compassionate thing to point out mistakes and wrongdoings even if it hurts them.
Well I used to be a person that always had surface level head-pat things to say, when things got bad but I eventually figured out that I'm great at solving problems so I stuck to that. I also learned that critcising friends is important if you want a friendship to last.

 No.10325

>>9997
I lift to give stronger hugs.

 No.10433

Western culture has a weird aversion to compassion that I've never understood. Being nice to people doesn't make you weak, it makes you nice. Compassion is what makes us human. It should be celebrated.

 No.10437

>>10433
I'm just tired of it not being reciprocated. Maybe the next world will be a kinder one.

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Sssssssssssssss………………



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 No.7589[Reply]

I am 20 years old and I never told my mom that I loved her.

Today is Mother's Day and I finally did it. Cheers, sushi!
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 No.10467

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This thread got mysteriously bumped by nothing on my mom's birthday. Spooky stuff.

This reminded me that I never actually got around to calling her today, but she's almost definitely asleep by now.

 No.10468

My mum once got gave me a card on Valentine's day. It was quite shameful.

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>>10468
ara ara and so on

 No.10511

>>10468
she's trying to tell you something sushi roll

 No.10523

>>10467
Email or text her.



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 No.10059[Reply]

Here's to 2021; hope it's better instead of more of the same.
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 No.10116

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YEAH! 2021!

 No.10121

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here's to 2021 and getting myself out of a creative rut
good luck, sushis

 No.10317

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>>10121
I want this to.. I'm just so tired these days.

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>>10317
Chinese New Year of the Ox time?

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Still a chance for this year to be better…



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 No.9187[Reply]

I think the imageboards are full of people who'd want to talk to each other based on similar interests, but can't make contact due to sushi rollymous nature of these places. So, how about a contact thread here? I don't think it's against the rules.

>Age and location

>Favourite media (anime, games, music etc.)
>Other hobbies/interests
>How long have you been on Sushi? How did you find this place?
This information might be helpful for the refugees of other (possibly dead) boards to make contact with each other.
>What are you looking for?
>What topics do you wish to avoid?
>Contact
Sushi is slow, you should probably expect your post to stay here for years. If you're cautious, you should probably use throwaway accounts.
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 No.10323

>>10310
When you sign up for twitter you can enter your email instead of your phone number

 No.10324

If anyone uses matrix and wantst o chat drop your @ I do not use discord.

 No.10343

>>10324
you didn't tell anyone anything about yourself though!!

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>>10324
What's wrong with discord? Gamers love it.

 No.10960

I'm sorry to all the sushis I reached out to and tried to be friends with. I'm not a good friend, I'm not good at making friends, I'm not nice, and you all deserve a better friend than i could ever be.

I'm sorry I couldn't be a better friend.



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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.8512

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

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 No.10320

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>>8504
Enjoy your birthday cake!

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>>10320
Is this a korean
She looks korean

 No.10328

>>10321
Probably photo-shopped…



 No.7189[Reply]

Socialist sushis post your favorite revolutionary songs! I’ll start
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 No.9087

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>post your favorite revolutionary songs
but you already did!

 No.9096

I've come to like Bella Ciao a lot recently

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 No.10273

>>7189
Not a socialist but i like this kind of music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1C7oBIfDuA

 No.10278

Now this is a hard question comrade.



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 No.9530[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Last thread, >>8841, seems to have hit bump limit so I'm making an even newer 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.10243

>>10234
She sure was beautiful. See you space kitty, hope we can meet in the next life.

 No.10259

>>10234
Godspeed.

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 No.10285

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>>9530
Just back home from a meet up with friends, I'm so happy to have a group of people to socialize with.

Tomorrow I'll study to my heart's content.

 No.10306

>>10281
s o u l



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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.10148

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>>10143
Guess I'm just afraid of their reaction. That is a personal flaw of mine.

I recently forcefully ended a relationship, that I felt was pushed upon me. It was tough, as I didn't particularly dislike the other person, but realized I couldn't match their feelings and felt like betraying them by continuing the relationship. So I said some mean things in hope that by sparking their anger, they could overcome the sadness more easily.

When I was in elementary school, I had a close friend. We goofed around all day and were hero buddies fighting imaginary dragons in the school yard. One day he announced, that his family was relocating and that he had to switch schools. We swore eternal friendship and thus I never heard of him again.

Things like this happen. People are involved in all sorts of business and quickly lose former bonds when exposed to enough new experiences.

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>>10148
this is what i wrote, but what I wanted to say is, that often times it's not your fault for being ghosted. Get yourself some slack.

 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??



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 No.5828[Reply]

This place seems comfy
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 No.5836

Go back to samefagging, Sen.

 No.9992

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>>5830
>>5835
Indeed. Bakeries are comfy.

 No.10107

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Stay awhile & listen

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 No.10160

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>>10159
Did you get this at Rabbit House?



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