Pop in and say hi! Anonymous 05/15/20 (Fri) 18:03:08 No. 7340 [Last 50 Posts]
seems to have hit bump limit so I'm making a new one.
Every time you visit
leave a reply in this thread. How your day is going, anything interesting that happened recently or just to say hi, whatever!
Anonymous 05/15/20 (Fri) 20:49:35 No. 7343
Hey! Today I started a list of goals for the future. Right now it is empty.
There is a lot of rain outside. It sounds nice.
I imagine the plant is speaking to all the other plants outside with its dangly antenna
Anonymous 05/15/20 (Fri) 23:10:14 No. 7344 >>7340
Looks like I scored the last post on the previous one.
Hello! It wasn't a bad day today, just a little lazy.
Not getting much done makes me sad like usual, but at least I feel good physically.
Anonymous 05/16/20 (Sat) 08:17:22 No. 7352
I'm sorry, I've come like 4 times within the day already but only now do I make a post, hello sushi
Anonymous 05/16/20 (Sat) 09:25:53 No. 7353
Hey sushi. My day has been pretty good I suppose, I still feel down though but I always do so that's nothing unusual.
Anonymous 05/16/20 (Sat) 20:06:55 No. 7355
Feeling my lowest I've felt in a while. I've never posted here, but I just wanted to feel like I'm a part of something
AnonymousL 05/16/20 (Sat) 22:17:49 No. 7357
Currently depressed, sushis
Listening currently love shine Go back to school next Monday Death fear currently due to you know Studying Kaynbred (because I actually want it) and planning to play Disgaea 1, I have it already in my computer.
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 00:08:58 No. 7358
Morning sushis. About to have a coffee to help push out the morning dump. Got no real plans for the day, just going to practice some more Japanese.
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 01:12:16 No. 7360
My day is going okay but I'm down because my favorite imageboard is dead so I'm just drinkin and playing video games to pass the day
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 01:14:51 No. 7361
It's been a while since I visited last.
I'm doing okay. I got a job since I last strolled by and while it's nice to have some money and be considered a contributing adult I feel all my time evaporated and I don't have anything to really look forward to anymore. I see people doing creative things in their free time in the quarantine and I feel less than adequate because I just go to work and sleep. At the same time when I was neet I didn't do anything productive in my free time anyway but it still doesn't feel good.
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 02:10:35 No. 7365
If it makes you feel any better my experience with working and NEET-ing on and off has always been a "grass is greener on the other side" situation. I work and think work is death, then I go NEET, feel good about it for awhile and stay active, but eventually I get disgusted with my life stagnating, try to find a job, and the cycle continues.
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 02:21:44 No. 7370 >>7355
Same feelings have brought me back here. If it helps, know you're not alone.
Are schools reopening where you live? That's quite incompetent. The country I live in doesn't have the best grip on the issue, and yet we're having our schools closed.
Taking it easy is OK.
It's so sad to see another of them go down. I've only found it a month ago myself…
I've seen a quote that's actually relevant in that case: "you're not productive by the standards of the society that has just crumbled".
That being said, I know what you feel. I've been looking to trips abroad - not possible, the upcoming games don't do much for me, there's noone to live for, work has been shitty and sucked all of my remaining creativity out. Hang in there, I'm rooting for both of us.
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 02:43:03 No. 7374 >>7371
I hope tomorrow brings better feelings.
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 05:00:15 No. 7375
For those who can make mods of games, can hack video games, can create image boards and site, can program in a way to actually CREATE something, I applaud you. Those are skills I want to have, but cannot have. It's not possible for me to do those, I think. I think highly of those skills and people, and it's an aspiration to be able to create like that, but I can't be damned to get those skills.
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 11:35:58 No. 7377
Hello sushis, happy Sunday. I had an exam yesterday - the penultimate piece of work before my degree is over. We download it and then have 48 hours to complete it and send it in, so it was pretty chill, except for the fact that there was a mistake on the question paper. I emailed the exam-setter but she doesn't check her emails over the weekend…even though she knows the exam is happening. But I am 100% confident about the error and what the question meant to say, so I'm not panicking.
>>7343 >Today I started a list of goals for the future. Right now it is empty.
In a way that's a good thing. My list of goals for the future is packed with an unrealistic variety of aspirations, most of which will never happen. I know that, if I want to achieve anything in this life, I have to focus on one thing for a long time, but equally I want to spread my bets; just in case one goal doesn't work out, I want another one to hang on to. And I can't decide what to devote my time to!
There are several programming languages which have direct applications to visual or sound output. Processing is a text-based programming language that lets you do graphics, for example. Pure Data, which is good for audio, is even easier to get started with, because it is visual - instead of typing statements into a single text file, you write inside boxes and connect them up like a circuit, using a GUI. Both are worth checking out if you're interested!
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 16:37:18 No. 7382 >>7375
I can program, but haven't done anything notable in quite some time, and the people, who do that are gods to me.
I want my creativity back, damnit…
Anonymous 05/17/20 (Sun) 18:07:25 No. 7383
Ahh, I know which you're talking about. All I can say is that it's a pic of Nana Mizuki. Couldn't find the original screenshot, though.
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 00:56:41 No. 7389
Good morning again Sushi. Just doing my daily scroll through the Fresh Post Bento to see if there's any interesting threads to post on. Hope you're all having a good day/evening.
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 01:40:05 No. 7391
I wish I was part of a comfy discord but the ones I find are dead or already have an established culture and are hard to get into.
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 02:18:07 No. 7393
as bad as it sounds, one i found in the past was posted on r9k. it got killed off though and i deleted the few nice people from there from my contacts so i probably can never find them again.
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 03:21:11 No. 7394
hello sushis, this is my first post. nice to meet you all <3
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 05:22:20 No. 7399
I have a strange desire to protect one of those dishes…
On a side note, what is your favorite sushi, sushis? Mine is unagi nigiri.
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 07:00:09 No. 7400
I don't like sushi at all. And many other japanese dishes made with raw fish.
The pearl of japanese cuisine for me is takoyaki.
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 07:33:02 No. 7401 >>7395
Hello I'm kinda new too, this site is nice and I hope you enjoy it!
Probably just salmon as far as fish goes. Tuna is nice as well. I haven't had enough sushi to develop a strong opinion sadly but I quite like it. I've tried some stuff like Sea urchin, eel, softshell crab, or salmon roe and enjoyed them all.
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 12:53:33 No. 7403
Hi sushis! My day's been going pretty well, I've found that I've become addicted to Beat Saber over the last few weeks. At least it's something to do.
Aren't we all?
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 14:02:26 No. 7405
I had a dream last night.
So there I was, standing outside a building at a campsite for whatever reason. Then I saw this girl, who for whatever reason was dressed as Sapphire from the Pokemon manga series. Which is just my brain's way of trying to justify the fact it's literally using that character as a placeholder for a girl. So apparently I had met this girl a while ago, and we liked each other. So we talk, and she wants to just spend some time with me. We just spend some time wandering around the place and doing stuff, none of which I can really be bothered to bring up here. But the important thing was, we both enjoyed our time together. It wasn't really deep or intimate or anything like that, we just liked each other's company. And then I wake up, and the fact it was a dream hits hard. I ended up just lying in bed upset about the fact I'll never see her again. I'm lonely.
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 14:27:47 No. 7406 >>7390
Getting into a close-knit community sure is hard, huh.
I often think I'll just make a fool out of myself.
Even if I do manage to join one, I end up dropping out after some time…
That place's a mixed bag. Sometimes the people like the sushis here just go there just because they're sad and lonely.
I keep having dreams of girls falling for me hard. They usually also look like mashups of many artworks I've seen on pixiv/Twitter during the day.
That's what loneliness does, I guess…
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 16:52:51 No. 7409
Thanks sushi I think that's her, not the same image though. It was taken from a lower angle (maybe she was in the corner of the ring?), also I might have been wrong about the belt. Don't know why I'm obsessed with finding it all of a sudden.
Huh. Last night I had a dream where a girl was going around with a clipboard getting people to sign up for her 1 on 1 stripper show, so I signed up my dog but then I was my dog who was now mostly a human girl except when she told me to get on my knees and elbows it hurt because dog arms don't bend that way so she helped me up and got me to stand like a horse instead and made a comment about avoiding my dog butt, which made me kind of disappointed because that would've been fine. The dream skipped the actual show, but when I got out Chief O'Brien from star trek who went to one too said "that was pretty weird wasn't it" and I said "bow wow"
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 17:57:11 No. 7411
Do you have a library or somewhere nearby you can go to study? Study can become escapism if you go for long enough, but reaching that point is hard if you do it in your bedroom. 39 days is a long time sushi, you can definitely pass by then.
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 20:30:12 No. 7413
I tend to lurk
Anonymous 05/18/20 (Mon) 20:53:05 No. 7414 >>7413
Lurking is nice but posting is even more fun! Try it out sushi roll
Ah man I hate loneliness dreams. They always make me not want to get out of bed.
Lupus !NgRLGBV6iY 05/18/20 (Mon) 21:21:21 No. 7417 >>7415
There a thread on
Anonymous 05/19/20 (Tue) 05:12:19 No. 7422
Hello my brother/sister. We are one except you go to university and I go to college. Also, you've probably not been in uni for longer than I have. Life has been a dream. It was about three years since I've gotten my first job, and I'm 24. It's been almost 6 years since I had graduated.
Know that you are not alone, and I will be cheering for you in spirit here, on my own. I don't know you enough to gauge your likelihood of succeeding, but I know that this life is too beautiful to stay dormant and stagnant. To stay stagnant is to wait for death. Don't wait for death. Don't try to rush death either.
Anonymous 05/19/20 (Tue) 14:19:31 No. 7427 >>7411 >>7422
thank you sushis, you really lift my spirit and motivated me.
ill try my best for the remaining days ;w;
Anonymous 05/19/20 (Tue) 17:22:35 No. 7431 >>7423
Thanks I was late a day and only really managed to get things together 30 minutes before my presentation but I still managed to impress.
Anonymous 05/20/20 (Wed) 10:03:13 No. 7453
I ate some red lentil curry, basmati rice, and some naan. I ate so much, I went into a deep sleep for 5 hours and was still full. It's 6 AM now and I'm finally hungry again, so it's oatmeal time. The curry was good, but it was super thick. It was like tomato paste, and the tomato paste in it made it a little too sweet. Still really good, of course.
Anonymous 05/20/20 (Wed) 11:39:56 No. 7454
Wow I haven't been here since like January. I was hyper productive in April but started burning out this month. Recently I've just been playing terraria with the boys on master mode. Wonderful game to get lost in honestly.
Anonymous 05/20/20 (Wed) 17:45:43 No. 7460
That's some great games, sushi.
I haven't finished my p3p yet, and the save file is a year and a half old.
Anonymous 05/20/20 (Wed) 19:58:09 No. 7463
Yesterday a dog trotted up and smelled my foot. The owner called him Otis. I thought it was a good name.
I had a list of goals for the future before, but I had the same problem. They were too numerous and too unrealistic. Plus, were those goals really what I wanted? I think at the core of it all, I just wanted to find the happiness in achieving something. So I decided to empty the list and just try to find happiness instead
Anonymous 05/20/20 (Wed) 20:18:29 No. 7464
I stayed up until 6AM replaying Dark Souls 1. It was fun.
I miss having a dog, they really help me with being lonely and lazy. Sadly I can't feasibly have one where I live now.
>So I decided to empty the list and just try to find happiness instead
Anonymous 05/20/20 (Wed) 21:48:57 No. 7472 >>7340
I have visited a friend today and ended up staying at their place for way more than I expected to.
Said friend just dumped their medical history on me, which really drained me.
Collected some things from the postbox, not gonna unpack them today. The kitchen's a mess. Zzz…
Anonymous 05/21/20 (Thu) 02:13:35 No. 7481
How do I meditate? Do I just close my eyes and try to think of nothing?
Anonymous 05/21/20 (Thu) 02:45:04 No. 7483
Just close your eyes and focus on your breathing. Easier to think of nothing if you focus on something. Time will move very slow, so 5 minutes is a good duration for beginners.
Anonymous 05/21/20 (Thu) 20:44:34 No. 7488
I put a switch game up for reservation to pick up after work and with tax it cost 90$ CAD. My monopoly money is so worthless…
Anonymous 05/21/20 (Thu) 21:49:45 No. 7490
I'm still doing the buckyball. Right now I made a bunch of vertices to glue the sticks to. Here they are, they're made by constructing 2 hexagons and a pentagon on a piece of cardboard, resulting in a total angle of 349 degrees. That's why they're convex. I call them "chalupas" after a regional dish. Anyway I ran out of cardboard so I'll have to be happy with a portion of the ball for now.
Thanks for minding my post sushi!
Anonymous 05/22/20 (Fri) 00:21:30 No. 7491
you probably slept through the show
Anonymous 05/22/20 (Fri) 10:03:01 No. 7500
i make the write of bad word
Anonymous 05/22/20 (Fri) 10:07:55 No. 7501
ur gonna get banned dude
Anonymous 05/22/20 (Fri) 12:59:52 No. 7502 >>7466
Alright so far, I guess. I embarrassed myself on the high street though. There's a health food shop which has set up their counter at the front entrance, so all interactions with the customers take place on the street just outside. Anyway, I asked for some things but only when they came back with them did I realise that they only take card due to virus worries, and I had only brought cash. So I had to leave empty-handed. Oh well.
Konnichiwa to you too, sushi. I am also planning to make a slow cooker recipe today, which I will serve to my family tomorrow. It will be chilli black bean stew, which is delish. Haven't put cabbage in the slow cooker before but it sounds good!
Anonymous 05/22/20 (Fri) 17:24:19 No. 7508
Hello seatside restauranteurs of this fine sushi establishment, today I did exceptional work yet again.
Anonymous 05/22/20 (Fri) 23:39:13 No. 7522
This is my first post here. Your website looks nice.
Anonymous 05/23/20 (Sat) 00:46:06 No. 7527
I'm done with the semester! I'm so ready to be lazy!
Anonymous 05/23/20 (Sat) 12:50:43 No. 7540 >>7502
Slow cookers are one of the best inventions known to man.
It's impossible, you can say what you had for dinner, for example. Don't worry too much!
Anonymous 05/23/20 (Sat) 12:57:26 No. 7541
I spent way too much money on take out sushi the other day but it was really good. Also my sleep schedule has been mega weird, I hope I'm not falling into depression.
Best of luck on the studying.
Anonymous 05/23/20 (Sat) 22:24:44 No. 7551
I'm in the same boat, although it's also partially because some days I end up checking this site every few minutes because I can't think of anything else to do, so I'd end up spamming this thread if I posted every time.
Anonymous 05/23/20 (Sat) 23:22:42 No. 7553
Maybe it was unwise to post that out of context but it was a screenshot from shinchou yuusha, not some ryona hentai.
Anonymous 05/24/20 (Sun) 01:54:36 No. 7555
Just working on some research and reading up on stuff that catches my interest. Here's a short paper from 1997 on the history and health of tea. I did not know tea drinking was correlated with lower risk of heart disease/stroke.
Just came back from the beach. A pretty nice weekend indeed.
You're learning Norwegian? What's your favorite thing about the language?
I think I understand the sentiment. There is pressure to only say interesting things. When sending messages to friends, I only get back short replies. I figure I am not giving enough interesting information for them to be engaged.
But here, there is a celebratory culture about mundane everyday life. So even if you don't have anything interesting to say, say it! Maybe you skipped on breakfast because you were too lazy and woke up late. Maybe you think your room is getting messier but you still can't be bothered to clean it still. Maybe the sky is looking paler than usual. Please post, it really helps keep /lounge/ lounging around.
Anonymous 05/24/20 (Sun) 15:44:19 No. 7558
I've already screwed up one exam, four more to go!
Anonymous 05/24/20 (Sun) 20:50:53 No. 7569
It's pretty active for a small board I'd say
Anonymous 05/24/20 (Sun) 20:53:49 No. 7570
A regular, wish it was less active.
Anonymous 05/25/20 (Mon) 00:11:40 No. 7573
I think I can say we've all been in that situation. What game?
Anonymous 05/25/20 (Mon) 00:25:34 No. 7574
I took a very scenic drive today and got some nice gin at the liquor store. I am now going to retire to bed early. Pleasant day
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 00:20:30 No. 7582
Evening sushirolls, I got my beard trimmed today, and I was surprised at how it turned out. I actually don't look like a homeless drug addict for once, which is good.
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 00:42:01 No. 7583
It was Undertale
genocide route. It should have been way shorter but the guy took 5 hours on the final boss.
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 03:38:43 No. 7584
I should do the same.
Especially the moustache, I keep chewing it all day
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 05:21:27 No. 7585
I really need to get a beard trim as well, but the only lady I trust to do it still has her business closed. I hope she's still around after things open up around here.
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 12:28:01 No. 7590
I fixed my typewriter the other day. It was messed up for a couple weeks, but I figured it out on my own and that makes me happy.
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 12:53:22 No. 7591
You can do it sushi! Who cares what are the reasons? As long as you enjoy it. But it does take a lot of time, learning vocabulary for the most part. But the feeli g of understanding a bit more each time is really dope.
Also you don't know the future, I may very well feel just like you but I choose to hope otherwise.
Learning chinese is sometimes quite hard, but I like to think the rewards are proportional to the effort needed.
Do it sushi! You've got nothing to lose
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 14:46:16 No. 7593
Good morning sushi. I had a really weird dream I wanted to share:
From what I remember, it started with me waking up in the middle of the night, and feeling hungry. So I got in my car and drove through some kind of city. It was really well lit, but it was entirely and eerily empty. I ended up inside a completely empty parking garage, still really well lit (I don't know why the lighting was so memorable), and got lost inside it and for some reason started getting really paranoid about the police finding me for being somewhere I shouldn't. Eventually I got to a huge door that opened for me automatically, and it led out into a kind of plaza with a gas station and some other stores. Once again everything was totally deserted and I went into the gas station (nothing was on the shelves here) and found an old Nintendo DS. Inside it was Pokemon Soul Silver in the DS cart slot and the original Pokemon Gold in the GBA cart slot (weird since I don't think the DS could play GBC games). Behind the counter I found stacks of dozens of copies of Pokemon Gold and for some reason I decided to take them all with me, and threw it all into a plastic bag before returning back to my car and driving away. That's about where I woke up but it was a really creepy dream in a strange way so I wanted to share it.
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 14:50:26 No. 7595
This is the first time replying to to one of these threads after seeing them for so long, hi!
For a long time, I've had an interest in obscure and/or weird stuff, specifically within the realm of music and videogames. These interests lead me to get into Japanese stuff, due to the wealth of interesting music and games specifically Japan has and continues to produce due to doujin culture. I've now only recently gotten more into anime and mange, and I now want to learn Japanese considering how much stuff I'm missing out on by not learning the language, but it seems really daunting, and I have no clue when to start or if I'll have the time to do so. I also feel that I'm being to much of a weeb by just focusing on Japan and looking at other countries, but idk. There's just too much stuff to do.
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 14:52:23 No. 7596
What kinda music do you like? Japan has a really great amount of good music that I've really gotten into in the past few years.
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 15:17:06 No. 7600
It is important to stay in touch with your inner anime girl
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 15:24:03 No. 7602
Woke up pretty depressed, but managed to get out of it. Eating a tasty hambaaga helped.
I think I'm going to go for a walk soon, the weather's too nice to be ignored.
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 15:30:30 No. 7603
Glad to hear it, enjoy your walk. I kind of want a burg too, that burger thread is getting in my head.
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 15:53:10 No. 7605
ah! for the second one I meant to post
but I guess that works to
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 19:08:49 No. 7606
I'm looking for a (true?) story I read years ago about a phone phreaker who found loads of slips of paper with phone numbers on in a bin or something, that's all I remember. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
Anonymous 05/26/20 (Tue) 21:18:07 No. 7608
Didn't end up going for one after all. I dozed off for a couple for hours and still feel kinda dizzy after waking up…
That hambaaga thread's evil indeed, I tell you. It's not the first time I've craved hambaaga because of it.
Many such stories, probably. I think it was also mentioned in Kevin Mitnick's book as something he did when young.
Anonymous 05/27/20 (Wed) 09:08:39 No. 7618
Anonymous 05/27/20 (Wed) 09:12:41 No. 7619
what's up, today i had my cat re-homed because i'm moving and can't bring him along. i've been hearing his meows in my head since i got back and i still leave my room carefully as if i'm avoiding accidentally stepping on him.
i'm happy i found him a place to live though
Anonymous 05/27/20 (Wed) 09:32:39 No. 7620 >>7615
Do they sell game consoles with anime girls in them now?
Jokes aside sounds like a lovely day, hope your taco thingys come out great!
Early morning walks are the best.
Hello hi how are you?
Oh gosh, that sounds tough. I'm happy you found a place for your cat though and I wish him the best. Goodbyes are always so tough so do your best!
Anonymous 05/27/20 (Wed) 14:52:26 No. 7626
>>>7620 >Hello hi how are you? im good. yourself?
Anonymous 05/27/20 (Wed) 15:34:13 No. 7627
Just got my first real haircut since quarantine ended! Have your barbershops opened yet, sushis?
Anonymous 05/27/20 (Wed) 18:48:49 No. 7630
Hi again. Currently I am trying to curb my internet addiction. I am also trying to be less selfish. Having a hard time with both though. Will take it easy.
There aren't any firebugs in my area, but there are June bugs/May beetles. Firebugs look pretty, sort of like ladybugs. Your post made me nostalgic of when I was younger and would collect bugs in a bucket around the yard. There was also a time where I got a stick and tricked ten or so ladybugs onto climbing onto it. Fun times.
Clouds are pretty nice aren't they? No matter where you are on earth you cannot escape their majestic breadth.
Yup! Though, I just want to avoid public spaces because I am at "high risk" and all. A family member is coming over soon to cut my hair.
I keep doing that too. I can't seem to start doing stuff until way past two o' clock. How were the tacos?
Anonymous 05/28/20 (Thu) 02:12:46 No. 7633
Sup sushis, it has been a rather unproductive day for me.
There aren't any barbershops near me sadly. Maybe I should learn to cut my own hair.
Anonymous 05/28/20 (Thu) 02:19:37 No. 7634
I too got my hair cut today, by me lady.
I wanted to study but my brain resisted. Ended up finding a cool book on the topic, though.
Anonymous 05/28/20 (Thu) 08:53:25 No. 7636
i'm happy a small imageboard like this exists, though maybe this is the first and last time i'll ever be here.
Anonymous 05/28/20 (Thu) 09:35:12 No. 7637 >>7627
No, and sadly it doesn't look it's happening anytime soon. Tried to cut my hair today but it seems it wasn't enough and have to do a second round, hopefully I don't mess up and cut more than is necessary.
But why? Do you lose your memories every morning? Are you getting rid of internet vices? Don't have confidence finding your way back? Then again, if you already left you might never get to see these questions.
Anonymous 05/28/20 (Thu) 13:49:52 No. 7640
Hyper productive day amazing.
How did it go?
Anonymous 05/28/20 (Thu) 20:03:09 No. 7645 >>7612
Oh! Just now I was sitting outside and a little spider climbed on me. Was one of those little jumping spiders, I let him climb but when he reached my arm I stretched it so he would go to the table, but then he climbed on my coffee and stayed there on the lid for a while! I tried to scare him off with a twig but he wouldn't leave, and he kept staring at me. Jumped back onto my hand when he got the chance. Finally I raised my hand near a curtain and he immediately jumped and went on his way climbing the curtain. Turns out he was just finding his way up and I looked tall enough for him to get closer.
Pic is where the action took place for better visualization.
I'm also procrastinating on a difficult proof and set of excercises from a calculus book.
Anonymous 05/29/20 (Fri) 01:54:17 No. 7650
Hi, i've been feeling a little bit down recently. Listening to songs from K-on to cheer myself up
Anonymous 05/29/20 (Fri) 02:17:09 No. 7651 >>7650
What's your favorite K-On song? I like Tenshi ni Fureta Yo, Girls in Wonderland, and Genius.
Who's your favorite Keion? I like Ritsu!
Anonymous 05/29/20 (Fri) 02:53:21 No. 7652 >>7650
Here are some songs I listen to when I'm down.
Full Metal Panic Fumoffu OP
TARI TARI - 七色Happiness
Today is a Diamond (Kiryu) Yakuza 6 The Song of Life
And a Weezer song that makes me feel less lonely.
Rivers Cuomo - Longtime Sunshine (Demo)
After compiling these songs, I confess that I feel like a goofy nerd loser. Oh well, hope they make you feel better.
Anonymous 05/29/20 (Fri) 13:15:41 No. 7655
>>7654 >citrus mead
My town has a festival every year for the flower, but I never got the hype. People go crazy for the stuff.
Anonymous 05/29/20 (Fri) 13:20:14 No. 7656
I love Ritsu! For songs I like them all but my favorites are ui and i, pure pure heart, and Tenshi ni Fureta Yo too
Thanks, you made my day
Anonymous 05/29/20 (Fri) 17:25:39 No. 7660
Hallo mine sushis. I can't get to sleep and it's almost 3:30 AM. I'm going to try to stay up all day today so I (hopefully) get to sleep at a decent hour today. I almost did last night but woke up about an hour later with severe anxiety, that's been happening a lot lately.
I'm going to buy some cabbage today to make something.
Happy to hear you're feeling better. I bought a bottle of Irish cream recently and I've been adding that to my coffees, gives me a light buzz and taste pretty nice.
Anonymous 05/29/20 (Fri) 20:12:48 No. 7663 >>7660
My sleeping cycle isn't any better. You're gonna make it sushi!
I hope you don't get panic attacks. Any idea on what causes them?
What are you going do with cabbage?
The hambaaga thread is truly evil~
Anonymous 05/29/20 (Fri) 21:32:55 No. 7666 >>7663 >I hope you don't get panic attacks. Any idea on what causes them?
I get the odd panic attack, thankfully I've never had them in public. The anxiety is mostly due to worrying about what I'll do in the future.
>What are you going do with cabbage?
I'll probably cook it up with some turkey mince, not sure what I'll be seasoning it with. Either a curry or taco mince I'm thinking.
Anonymous 05/30/20 (Sat) 00:22:07 No. 7668 >>7666
What about the future worries you?
If you end up with leftover cabbage, make some cheap okonomiyaki.
Anonymous 05/30/20 (Sat) 06:31:16 No. 7674
So far so good with the Samachan lads, getting slightly interested in anime again
Anonymous 05/30/20 (Sat) 13:50:46 No. 7677
Sounds nice sushi roll, have you been watching anything?
Thanks, you too!
Anonymous 05/30/20 (Sat) 18:03:48 No. 7680
Hello. I am a person. Do not regularly come here.
Anonymous 05/30/20 (Sat) 23:12:43 No. 7682
God morgen mine sushi. I ended up only getting about two hours sleep last night due to anxiety again so I stayed up all night. I'm going to try really hard to stay up all day this time so that I'll be tired enough to sleep through the anxiety. I've spent the night and early morning (it's 9:03am at the time of my typing this out) practicing on memrise and duolingo, so I haven't been entirely wasteful with this time. I've also played a bit of COD 2, I just can't get into games like I used to be able to when I was a teenager though.
I genuinely have no idea what I want to do with my life. I'll be starting a bachelor degree in IT in July this year since IT seems like a good career choice and I'm at least somewhat competent with computers. The benefit of this particular degree is that interim awards so if I meet all the requirements I can drop out of the degree but still get either a diploma or associate degree out of it rather than it being a waste. Part of the problem with my anxiety I think is the fact that I've wasted a decade of my life doing nothing but being a NEET that was unproductive even by NEET standards. Assuming I do end up going through with the full degree, I'll be 30 by the time I achieve my bachelor degree and I feel like that's really late, especially since it's not like I've had real life work experience in between high school and now like most mature age uni students do.
I also don't have anyone to vent to about things in real life and it's kind of hard to do with people online since they don't fully understand my situation like mum did.
Anonymous 05/30/20 (Sat) 23:39:46 No. 7683
>>7680 >Do not regularly come here.
You're not the boss of me! I'm gonna come here every day.
Anonymous 05/31/20 (Sun) 03:06:15 No. 7685
Is it weird that I want to learn mathematical analusis just for the fun of it? I feel guilty if I'm not learning a marketable skill (analysis alone is debatable to be of practical use), but I also enjoy it much more.
Anonymous 05/31/20 (Sun) 13:53:48 No. 7689 >>7682
It's sometimes good to just wear yourself out so much the anxiety or insomnia won't keep you up. Not very healthy in the long run, though.
>I just can't get into games like I used to be able to when I was a teenager though.
Me too, although it applies to roughly everything, even anime.
>Assuming I do end up going through with the full degree, I'll be 30 by the time I achieve my bachelor degree and I feel like that's really late, especially since it's not like I've had real life work experience in between high school and now like most mature age uni students do.
Can't speak in your case, but sometimes the skills are enough to get you hired. Then again, if you're unproductive you'd need something to hook you into doing things, so I assume university would be a decent start.
Anonymous 05/31/20 (Sun) 19:52:36 No. 7695 >>7694
My sunday was alright, I was quite depressed for a while but after talking to a friend and going on a drive with loud music I felt a lot better. Gonna relax and play some video games now.
>email a friend.
Ah, you've reminded me I should do the same. Thanks sushi roll
Anonymous 05/31/20 (Sun) 21:45:16 No. 7698
Hella dodgy thread on /lewd/, please kill
Anonymous 06/01/20 (Mon) 14:40:38 No. 7703
This is fun. Thanks for sharing. I just wrote them something myself. Cheers, sushi!
Anonymous 06/01/20 (Mon) 18:31:33 No. 7706
Hi sushis. Can't wait to get out of lockdown.
I really love this guy's stuff:
Good luck sushi! I too have caught the writing bug, and I hope that I can actually finish it this time
Anonymous 06/01/20 (Mon) 20:01:03 No. 7707
>>7706 >I really love this guy's stuff
Thanks for sharing this, I really like his style and aesthetic.
Anonymous 06/01/20 (Mon) 21:54:13 No. 7709
Our days have been fairly opposite. I couldn't sleep well at all, didn't leave my house but rode a stationary bike after getting up, had no breakfast, and didn't bother looking for work again today.
Anonymous 06/02/20 (Tue) 03:03:47 No. 7713
I'm happy to see your posts about productivity, it's also inspiring.
Today was certainly productive for me as well.
Anonymous 06/02/20 (Tue) 04:22:24 No. 7714
Hello there, sushi! Just dropped here to wind by since I needed to relax myself. My reply will be really bitter. I'm sorry for that.
My days have been really shitty lately, mostly because of stress. I'm starting to lose my grip in living. Everything just feels bland and empty. I just feel like I'm very, very ungrateful for everything, but I just can't do it anymore. Life just doesn't make sense to me. It hurts that it's always me who have to sacrifice her dreams so everyone else can enjoy their life. It hurts to always keep trying my best when it's just obvious I'll always be less than everyone else. I always wake up thinking, "when I'm finally done with this, let's end it all." I don't want the praises. I just want to be happy. Maybe, a little bit of scrolling here could give me a little hope to go on for just one more day. Sushi, I hope you are all okay out there. Please stay safe and don't forget to keep your environment clean!
Anonymous 06/02/20 (Tue) 11:20:28 No. 7718
Productive? Yes? But it's not even mid-day.
Anonymous 06/03/20 (Wed) 03:43:39 No. 7722
Today was cool. Found some resources on classical chinese and started reading the first of them. Was illuminating and I'm actually excited to keep learning.
Anonymous 06/03/20 (Wed) 06:10:33 No. 7723
Had a very exciting experience today, decided to ask for permission to translate something from an artist, and through a lot of nerves I clicked on the reply and they agreed! Happy times!
Anonymous 06/03/20 (Wed) 06:18:33 No. 7724
This is my first sushipost.
Anonymous 06/03/20 (Wed) 06:40:37 No. 7725
Anonymous 06/03/20 (Wed) 18:27:28 No. 7730
That's on a need-to-know basis.
Anonymous 06/03/20 (Wed) 20:14:56 No. 7731
Hai hai hello sushis
Anonymous 06/04/20 (Thu) 15:58:07 No. 7741
Good afternoon sushis!
Anonymous 06/04/20 (Thu) 16:26:12 No. 7742
I made an omelette for breakfast, it was tasty. Gonna play video games all day now.
Good afternoon! Well, it's morning here, but it's good all the same.
Anonymous 06/04/20 (Thu) 16:42:59 No. 7743
I'm kind of afraid of a test today, but I'll try my best!
Any good videogames recs sushi?
Anonymous 06/04/20 (Thu) 19:51:34 No. 7744
Classical chinese going good, it's actually quite motivating. The book I found is easy to follow, though the last readings were challenging.
Anonymous 06/04/20 (Thu) 20:36:00 No. 7745
What kind of video games do you want? What platform etc?
Yume Nikki always goes down well. The GBA is my favourite console (along with the DS, I can never decide) so obviously I'm going to recommend Friends of Mineral Town, ChuChu Rocket is another good game on Dreamcast and GBA. Recently I bought Ontomarama for the DS which is pretty short but a cute fun rhythm game.
Oh and I've been playing Nethack again <3
Anonymous 06/05/20 (Fri) 01:02:36 No. 7750
I'm listening to touhou violin covers.
Anonymous 06/05/20 (Fri) 16:06:02 No. 7753
When you say classical Chinese do you just mean old written Chinese texts? How old are we talking?
Anonymous 06/05/20 (Fri) 20:01:16 No. 7754
Anonymous 06/06/20 (Sat) 17:55:45 No. 7761
>>7760 >Bronica 6x6
Anonymous 06/07/20 (Sun) 06:21:58 No. 7768
Ahh, I still haven't been relied on. I'm sure it'll happen soon though!
It may be a function of the slowness but people do seem to take it easy here.
Anonymous 06/07/20 (Sun) 15:11:59 No. 7772
>>7771 >7 hours sleep
But sushi, that's completely within range!
What is your sleep schedule?
Anonymous 06/07/20 (Sun) 16:21:33 No. 7773
12:30am-7:30am on weekdays
1:30am-8:30am on weekends
Anonymous 06/07/20 (Sun) 17:13:51 No. 7774
finished Persona 5 Royal yesterday, just spent the day sitting here doing shit on social media
twitter be wildin rn
Anonymous 06/07/20 (Sun) 18:02:11 No. 7775 >>7771
I've looked like I was in my mid thirties since I was fifteen or so. Thinning hair, forehead wrinkles, eyebags, the whole package. I mitigated it a bit for a while by going clean shaven and growing out long hair but it's been more than a decade since then and I don't really look any different now.
I think it's just genetics for some of us.
Anonymous 06/07/20 (Sun) 18:15:36 No. 7776
Ah, of course. The dreaded genetics. Clean shaven is a good call, since facial hair gives an older appearance. On the bright side, women might prefer our type over babyfaces!
Anonymous 06/09/20 (Tue) 07:35:02 No. 7792
Anonymous 06/09/20 (Tue) 12:38:30 No. 7794
Guten Tag. Protein powder in coffee is a genius idea! Especially if you're already putting sucralose in it. Same spoon, different substance.
Anonymous 06/09/20 (Tue) 15:34:40 No. 7795
Well since there isn't a "Things that don't deserve their own thread" thread here I'll just post this here
>find out that the artist that made the cover art for pic related died in 2015 >decide to check some of his work >apparently he did have a website but it no longer works >use the wayback machine to get to it, but most images won't load
Such a sad state of affairs
Anonymous 06/09/20 (Tue) 15:40:44 No. 7796 >>7795
Nevermind, SOME images work but only the ones in 2007, later than that and it's 404.
This is what happens when you host your images on someone else's server I guess.
I also want to say that there's no better feeling than searching through archived websites, it feels like scavenging some strange ruins for treasures. I love it.
Anonymous 06/10/20 (Wed) 03:39:21 No. 7800 >>7797 >Spanish conjugations are really kicking me in the nuts.
Francamente yo ya me olvide de que son las conjugaciones.
Anonymous 06/11/20 (Thu) 00:28:13 No. 7806
If nothing else I'm happy that I can still read posts from Samadudes
Anonymous 06/13/20 (Sat) 19:03:34 No. 7827
looks like this thread hit the bump limit :(
Anonymous 06/13/20 (Sat) 22:13:52 No. 7828
That's really sad. I've always wondered what the affect social media has had on niche forums. Everyone just uses twitter and reddit to talk about stuff. The internet feels so homogenized nowadays, older sites felt like they had an actual unique community, before that word became a empty buzzword.
Anonymous 06/13/20 (Sat) 23:07:24 No. 7829
Social media affected forums by eating them up. Consumer and Moderator wise it's easier to use a forum aggregator like discord/reddit so you get all your replies/friends in one place and don't have to deal with the challenges of setting up a site. That means old members and would be new users migrated to discord and co.
Anonymous 06/14/20 (Sun) 22:41:19 No. 7833 >>7831
HR er veldig bra, håper du nyter den.
Spent the whole day doing nothing except laundry and watching a few Blame! OVAs.
Anonymous 06/15/20 (Mon) 17:47:12 No. 7835
Someone make a new thread I can't share with the world that I've been productive again today if the thread doesn't bump.