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 No.8788

I'm bored sushis. How do I become not bored?

 No.8791

Drugs

 No.8792

Learn a new hobby!

 No.8793

Have you tried masturbating?

 No.8796

>>8791
I have been looking into some drugs. Are there any you recommend? Preferably legal ones?

>>8792
What hobbies would you recommend I try?

>>8793
Yes, I have :(

 No.8797

>>8796
>I have been looking into some drugs. Are there any you recommend? Preferably legal ones?
I was joking

 No.8801

Ok srs reply nao
Usually boredom happens when one keeps doing the same things. Even if you have a hobby you may get bored at some point from doing it all the time.
The general advice for these kinds of things, at least for me, is to do something that you wouldn't want to do. Something that takes some sort of effort, either because it's out of your comfort zone or because it actually requires physical effort (in my experience mental effort doesn't do much on this case because boredom starts in the head).
It is of course better if there's some goal to it. Working out just for the sake of it is not too good because workout is a long-term activity. If you have chores to do, that's best. Cooking, fixing stuff. It'll do the job.
If you have no chores to do, thimk of how you can i prove your household with DIY stuff, and we all have things we've put off for a long time, I'm sure you can find something to do.
Best of luck!

 No.8803

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Be stupid, if you are stupid, then your mind will never let you be bored!
t. Dared to be st00p1d

 No.8814

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>>8796
>What hobbies would you recommend I try?
Not the same sushi roll.
My latest favorite random thing to do is searching for specific phrases. Eg. in google these are search terms that "are in quotes". Here's my try at something sushi related with phrase "how to deal with sushi": https://soranews24.com/2017/02/04/how-to-deal-with-sushi-harassment-in-the-workplace/

Also researching random topics that are not well covered; editing or filling [citation needed] on wikipedia; writing your personal wiki.

 No.8816

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>>8814
I do something similiar but with tropes, I just look up random tropes on https://tvtropes.org/ and read their description, sometimes they are informative and fun to read.

Like the Blue-Orange Morality:
"To say that questions of morality are thorny and filled with gray when they aren't being hammered between stark absolutes is putting it mildly. Because of this there can be great drama when characters who represent a wide range of moral viewpoints come together or into conflict."

 No.8818

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On the topic of browsing random information, looking for strange and interesting animals is my favorite thing to do. Try that maybe.

 No.8828

>>8818
That third animal is really beautiful, thanks for showing me

 No.8830

>>8803
thank you based scatman poster

 No.8833

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>>8830
Bim bim bidi boom boom bidiboomboom
badidim dim bidi boom boom you're now unbored

 No.8845

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>>8818
Nyala looks like a biiiig tonkatsu.

 No.8847

>>8845
This image made me really hungry
I think I have everything to make curry and tonkatsu. If OP is still bored, try cooking, it's fun and rewarding too.

 No.9763

>>8788
Go out. Went to a sunday bakery. Then afternoon coffee at a souffle pancake place.

 No.9764

>>9763
Is the "afternoon coffee" like the counterpart to morning tea?

 No.9776

>>9764
Yes. It's when it's too late to have morning tea.

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 No.10136

reject entertainment embrace boredom

 No.10171


 No.10192

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Cook with fire. Flame on!

 No.10193

>>10192
Forget the cooking, just light things on fire. Great fun for all ages!

 No.10240

>>10171
send me an invite

 No.10762

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Move about.

 No.10813

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>>10762
Move like the wind

 No.11177

Do it.

 No.11189

>>8788
heroin

 No.11509

>>11189
Like WONDER WOMAN?

 No.11817

Boredom is always pretty weird. As someone else said, usually if you're truly bored, it's because you've put yourself in a position where everything just feels the same, everyday is a routine and there's no real distinction between them. If someone asked how your week was, could you really go in-depth with it, or was it all just a blur? It's pretty scary to think about tbh, like if someone asked me what I did today, I'd have to think really hard because of how easily the time slipped away, and not because I was doing something interesting that's for sure. Lately I've been trying to push myself to get into drawing, hopefully that makes thing a bit more interesting for myself :) Hopefully you find something else that'll free you from that blurred phase.

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 No.12278

>>12258
Is there a better way to read this? DeviantArts website is pretty shitty

 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.

 No.17696

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Do your daily chores; don't skip them.

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>>8788
Open your queue of ideas to implement, pick the first entry and work on it for a while. If such a queue is not present, make one with everything that you wish you were able to do and you believe it would be possible with enough of your time. Please make sure you spend more time working on the stuff present in the queue than on the queue itself.

 No.18294

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Just Do It ~ Nike, goddess of victory



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