Anonymous 09/11/20 (Fri) 19:52:46 No. 8869
A handleless teacup Handcrafted wares. A wallet, a kettle, a made to order leather cover for your ebook An ebook reader Paper books too, obviously Tea- and coffeeware. A viable grinder costs 30$, plus 15 for filters and a cone, but in return you get one of the comfiest routines of your day - making a cup of coffee. Getting into comfy hobbies. Collecting, old computer hardware, leatherworking, woodcraft etc
Anonymous 09/11/20 (Fri) 20:30:25 No. 8870
Quality blanket (real wool), robe and nice tea.
If you got a bunch of money, a nice armchair for reading and stuff.
Anonymous 09/13/20 (Sun) 04:30:22 No. 8882
Similar, a pressure cooker. Cooks beans super fast, if you're into that kind of stuff.
Anonymous 09/13/20 (Sun) 09:44:43 No. 8884
Anonymous 09/13/20 (Sun) 16:42:32 No. 8891
high quality socks (darn tough is a good brand) (if you're a guy) bamboo fiber boxer briefs (try jinshi) also a high quality pillow
Anonymous 09/13/20 (Sun) 19:12:27 No. 8892
Well, throwing money at things can only make you so comfy, but I'm sure you get that.
In terms of things that make me comfy (I think it's a personal thing) I have: a nice tea set variable temp kettle, quality teas, stuffed animals kotatsu and zaisu chair low profile furniture old video games a diffuser houseplants a bookshelf with lots of books and games a place to sit on a balcony (outdoor table set) a nice messenger bag a physical daily planner fluffy bed sheets mood lighting, warmer colours
Anonymous 09/14/20 (Mon) 19:48:07 No. 8897
>>8891 >implying boxer briefs aren't good for everyone
For me, some nice pens in several colors have made writing notes, to-do lists and so on each day nicer
Sheets and hangings that match what you want to do with a room - making it brighter, darker, brightly colored, neat patterns etc
Anonymous 09/15/20 (Tue) 16:46:58 No. 8912
I went on a long journey of enlightenment from briefs to boxer briefs to boxers to nothing at all. Undergarments are a scam.
Anonymous 09/15/20 (Tue) 20:40:13 No. 8913
>>8912 >briefs to boxer briefs to boxers to nothing at all.
For a few weeks, whenever I was at home I would just wear a dressing gown and no underwear. I thought it was liberating at first but soon the dressing gown started to smell of wee. Truth is that we all let a few droplets go from time to time.
Anonymous 09/16/20 (Wed) 05:38:39 No. 8916
If you don't wear any clothes at all there won't be anything to smell of wee.
Anonymous 09/16/20 (Wed) 12:13:50 No. 8917
Except for your floors and furniture.
Anonymous 09/16/20 (Wed) 15:46:44 No. 8918
I've never had my clothes smell like pee. BO, yes, but not pee. I don't know how much is normal but I must not leak as much as you. Even when I wore underwear I'd smell of monkey butt sometimes but that went away after I got a bidet toilet.
Now that's something worth spending money on.