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 No.255[Reply]

Would this be comfy or not? Can humans adapt to this kind of lifestyle?

 No.256

No.

 No.257

Test

 No.258

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I'd like to think this is more comfy than your suggestion OP, take me back pls…

 No.259

>>258
Why'd you want to go back to that timeline? You're going to end up in circles, it would make a lot more sense if you wanted to go in an alternative universe or something. Otherwise all you'll have is just temporary relief or happiness.



/b/

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/comf/

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 No.158[Reply]

We are nowhere.
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>>169
We are here.

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>>170
Where is this 'here'?

 No.243

WE ARE THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE!

 No.246

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Gotta go rainbow.

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>>243
Okay, what do we own in essence? Cool Tech? Ecunopolis cities?



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 No.78[Reply]

How hard it is to make a compiler?

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/comf/

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 No.154[Reply]

Does a bookshelf in a room make it instantly comfier for you?
Any comfy titles to recommend?
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 No.225

>>223
My memory is so-so, so I have to jot everything down. Plus it keeps my things neat, too. I keep track of things on my PC with a notepad.

 No.249

>>222
They might be organised by topic. At my childtime home, books were more or less cluttered in groups. There was one or two significant books (brighter, bigger, newer than others…etc) which could tell you this or that topic is around here. It was especially useful because we had at least 2 rows of books at each shelf. Sometimes up to 4.

 No.250

>>249
not books but with video games i tend to organise by genre and series, e.g. platformers then i keep games of the same series next to one another, but any organisation method is valid as long as it allows you to best enjoy and memorise where each peice of a collection is at.

 No.252

>>154
"Unpublished activities of WWII" by Earl J Roberts
The title makes it sound like a conspiracy book, but it's just the memoir of a guy who was a machinist at a shipyard in WWII and later enlisted and wound up an infantryman. Very comfy if you're into machinery/mechanics and or /k/ommando stuff.

Also, if you're into spoop, "Darkness over Tibet" is also very good.

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>>252
You're an excellent specimen.



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 No.138[Reply]

It seems like you've had an interesting day.

 No.139

No in fact I had a normal day

 No.140

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>>139
Pretend like it was and it will turn out to be an interesting day.

 No.248

Sleeped through most of it, but it was fun to lay sleepy at the "golden hour" of pre-sunset. A daytime type of comfy. My last thought before submerging to dreams was "if only I could repeat this in summertime, somwhere among nature, listening to the soft noises of leaves in the wind, not my neighbors' kitchen machinery". Somehow I now believe I'll make to the summer in 2021~!

 No.251

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>>248
That's the kind of day, I've been seeking for.



/comf/

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 No.226[Reply]

does anyone else think about bad shit they did when they were younger and beat themselbes up about it and feel like they are irredimable peices of shit, im no talking like stealing some change or bullying a kid, im talking serious stuff like being involved in gangs and organised assualts and theft and general unsavoury shit? i cant be the only one who feels like i dont deserve to be happy for the major fucked things ive been involced with in the last right?

 No.227

The fact you feel bad about it is enough.

 No.236

this kind of guilt is even harder to process because it can feel near impossible to talk about. it's already difficult enough to reminisce. i'm sure when you were in that life, you didnt have the chance to take a step back and talk with friends or family about these feelings. and because it's criminal activity, there is extra incentive to keep it to yourself. i really feel for you and i see the pain you're going through.

is there anyone close to you who has gone through similar things who is willing to talk with you about it? maybe a friend or relative? i'm sure most people who live that way are just as unsettled and guilty, even if they don't know how to express it. if conversing with sympathetic souls is too difficult, i suggest journaling. it doesn't have to be good writing. you just need to get your thoughts on the page and out of your head. best wishes.

 No.247

I used to be a dark occultist, unironically trying to bring the world to its end… Not only it wasn't that easy to process after the realisation of my wrongs, but I had to rewrite my whole way of living.

Tbh if you're able to withstand your old ways, avoid them and change yourself, it's already more or less considered as redemption, both in religious and social meanings. Feeling despaired wont get you to change things to better. If you did bad things to people, do good now. Consider volunteering. Plant a tree. If despair has crushed you to the point where you can't do anything, you absolutely have the right to heal that. If not for yourself, then for others, to whom you can lend a hand.

Anyways, I feel for ya. Past is a heavy thing.



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 No.6[Reply]

I see the tetris pieces every time I close my eyes.

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based tetris-effect anon !! for me its dr.mario, fug i love that game



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 No.324[Reply]

poo is brown
> change my mind

 No.327

There's nothing here to be discussed that could change your mind.



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 No.1[Reply]

Feel free to post any kind of suggestions, questions or anything else related to the site here!
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 No.77

>>75
no code tag!
How could you not have a code tag in this board.

 No.83

Howdy anons, made a few updates to the site and wanted to post them here.
Some minor changes were made such as the phrasing on the UI used when creating new threads and posts reflecting their names accurately now, as well as page and thread preview being changed to 5 threads per page, and 3 posts per thread from the index.
Another minor change is changing the timezone for all posts on the site to be relevant to the GMT timezone instead.

More major changes include the addition of being able to tag an image as a spoiler post for whatever reason you may desire to do so, as well as posting in a thread keeps you in said thread, rather than taking you back to the index.

Another feature that has been added that you all may have noticed already is the presence of banners on the top of all pages, further details regarding this is here >>>/cr/39

Finally, i have opened a donations address for BTC, and added it to the disclaimer fluff present at the bottom of all pages also, though I will post the address in this post now as well for reference: bc1q8w5relma24fsyl0arzdjnk692uu78ejt6hluft

Regarding future additions, would you guys be interested in region flags being added to posts, and if so, would custom/community flags also interest you guys? I've spent the time going through the config for vichan and messing around with the different features that are otherwise unmentioned and there is still a lot I could add to the site if there is interest for any given part.

Thank you once again for continuing to use and support this site as always, this site is a hobby and a passion of mine, and it always brings me joy to be able to share it with you anons as well!!

- Stank (´∀`)♡

 No.84

>>83
There's still the issue of trying to post, I keep coming up to this error.


Forbidden
You don't have permission to access this resource.

Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

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>>84
Hi anon, no idea why this is occurring except it *may* be an issue with the hosting provider i am using at the moment, I have had it happen to myself and my own posts too, though I am unsure what causes the issue, and it seems to fix itself when left for a day or two.

I am eventually hoping to move the site to a VPS service at some point in the future, and hopefully this fixes the issue though for now all i can really recommend is to leave your post and try again in a few hours if you ever run into this.

-

Somewhat unrelated, I have a question to you guys regarding the banners and how they display on your end? for me the image doesn't load on certain browsers, however it does on others? just curious if this is a universal issue or one solely on my own end. pic related is how it displays on my goto browser in case any of you are experiencing something different.

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>>88
Thank you, I'm sorry if I bothered.



/cr/

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 No.39[Reply]

As you may have noticed on the top of all pages, and as mentioned in the meta thread, we now have banners !!, a pretty standard feature for other imageboards has finally debuted here on comfy.chat as well.

I am making this thread as a home for any and all suggestions & submissions you guys have for the banners, as I intend for them to be much like the rest of the site, user curated and submitted

The OP pic is the only one I will personally submit, and was made with the express intent of making sure the feature was working. Much like the OP pic, the only requirement we have is that the image is 300x100, and is in either jpg, png or gif format, beyond that the stage is yours.

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haha

 No.41

Been a long time coming.

 No.42

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My suggestion simple and comfy I think idk

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 No.44

>>43
This is more of funni.



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 No.270[Reply]

Post artful CD/vynil covers here.

 No.283

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I love illustrated albums - that'd be one of my dream projects as an illustrator.

 No.284

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All of vashti bunyans covers have this amazing childrens book design - remind me of the old books in my grandparents house.

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>>283
this is one of my fave albums ever!! i hope one day you have your dream job, anon

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>>270
This is a strange album, but enjoyable. I like the idea that there could be a kind of love so powerful that it could save all of us, even Lucifer himself.



/comf/

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 No.46[Reply]

set up new build and trying to think of games to emulate and play, currently got Dead Space torrenting and a few gamecube iso files knocking about, what're some good NES games or games in general to check put my doods?
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 No.54

>>51
ooh I recognise Star Control 2 from somewhere, though i'm no 100% sure where from, deffo gonna slap that on my backlog; it looks a little bit like those star wars space fighting sims they put out on DOS.
SNES is top comf yee, just finished another playthrough of super metroid funnily enough.

If you like space type stuff i deffo would reccomend colony wars on ps1, such a fun and atmospheric game, much like a lot of the ps1 library really.

 No.55

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>>54
Star Control 2 is probably my all time favorite game, though to be fair I've played the game for years and know it like the back of my hand. When I first played, it was a rather indescribable experience. I adored it and the way they portrayed all the characters, but on the other hand it takes a lot of practice to get good with every ship you'll be potentially using in the campaign and a little bit of luck too. The lander minigame is a little bit repetitive too, but it's honestly the most comfy and relaxing part about the game if you land on the right planets.
also it definitely shows symptoms of 90's game design and basically requires you to have a notebook or pad nearby to jot down notes and key information you get from alien races. at least you have a whole heckin' lot of save slots though.

>SNES is top comf

oh goodness I agree. I used to play the SNES so much when I was a kid, and I despite having all my old game consoles, the SNES is always the one I break out and play for days on end. I never played Super Metroid, I was always a bigger fan of the platformers like Donkey Kong Country and Yoshi's Island.
>colony wars on ps1
I'll have to check it out actually. I never owned a ps1 so I've missed out on a lot of absolute classics. Thanks for the suggestion!

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 No.241

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*siiiiip* oh yeah, its cozy drunk CRT gaymen time 8)

what other stuff should i get downloading for this?

 No.244

>>51
I loved SNES harvest moon and Sailor moon another story. In my country snes wasnt really available, a luxury similar to ps5, I played those on emulator even before winxp i think. SMAS was sometimes hard, so I had to figure out the register hacking mechanism. Was comfy to tweak things a little.



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 No.316[Reply]

this bord does seem comfy, inactive ,but comfy

 No.319

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Welcome here, new fren!

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 No.322

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>>320
Yes, new fren.

 No.323

>>319
we are all frens here



/b/

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 No.214[Reply]

Really this imageboards are empty
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 No.301

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fuc u op, this place is epic

 No.303

>>300
I'm unfamiliar with Erischan. I just went to it by you mentioning it and I'm unfamiliar with the calendar they are using for post dates. But, yeah, that could work to use strange calendars. Some people will only participate based on recent activity which doesn't always make the most sense. I know for some on youtube they rather watch a new video on a topic even though an older video covers the topic already and perhaps even better.

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fgh

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>>308
What are you up to?

 No.321

>>214
Ur ghay.



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