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/comf/

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 No.172[Reply]

What are we all up to /comf/?
post bout your day, how you been doin, anythin on your mind really.

been chillin, smokin pot, recently got back into caves of qud after watching sseths vid on it. rains pouring down heavy in scotland and the nights are long so its perfect time to get cozy.
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>>193
Now that has become a good memory, hasn't it? Do you drink soda or juice?
Today, I've been nothing just but a slob and lazing around.

 No.195

>>194
Yep. And there aren't many recently. It's hard to live with just minimal contact with nature.
I'm a tea person mostly. I ocassionally make me a kopmot, too… Maybe I'll pick up some of this non-alco beer again, because its contents seem healthy, and beer is basically drinking bread, so it's like food.
And yep, yesterday was a slobby day for sure.

 No.197

>>195
I never understood how people can drink hot water with just a taste… I wish more exciting things happen, why can't life be like in the animated shows.

 No.198

>>197
I can even drink hot water with no added taste! Actually, even clean water has some taste, and every tea is different, so it's like exploration or coming to a comfy place already known. I like some herbal teas as well.

 No.199

>>198
You weird me out…



/b/

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 No.244[Reply]

Hello. Please come check out my new, comfy imageboard. Thank you :)
https://microchan.net/index.html

 No.247

>>244
Hmm.

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>>247
Glad you like it :)



/t/

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 No.1[Reply]

Ooo, a new tech board? fuck it i'll make the first thread on linux autism, any anons on here run linux? if so what distro and rice setup you rocking? Deb/XFCE here for that comfy practical setup.

Somewhat unrelated, I was watching a smaller Linux YT channel and they leaked that Linux Mint is setting up some sort of inner clique for shilling that POS distro among new users, majority of people being bloggers, and casual tech channels apparently, and are intended to influence their audience to use Mint; what are you guys' thought on that?

 No.2

Nice xfeces.

No one talks about Mint anymore. Too little, too late. District popularity is extremely faddish. The year of the Linux desktop can only happen when desktops are dead.

 No.3

>>2
lel xfeces is the best of the "muh liteweight" DEs tbh, yet to try openbox and window managers tho I can already predict thats a whole level of autism I can do without, same for arch tbh.

and for the most part I can agree on the sentiment that distro popularity is faddish, the only reason I rock debian is because it does what I want it to, they way i want it to.

Unrelated however, I really wanna dive into OpenBSD at some point, as I reckon it could be fun to get into after all the hurdles.

 No.50

fuck DEs. all suck Lennart poettering dick with bloat.
go with window managers, don't intall gui bloat. use command line as much as possible. you hardware will stay stronk in the long run.
OpenBSD all the way, tbh.

 No.60

mint being the beginner friendly distro has completely faded into obscurity because of ubuntu for quite a while now, i settled for manjaro with kde (fuggen zoomer shit i kno) on desktop but have planned to switch to arch and trying spectrwm as a first tiling wm, i've just been too lazy since it just keeps werking, on my laptop i've got manjaro with openbox, but am trying out a lot, since i don't constantly use the laptop or really need to, for security and less bloat i'll try openbsd on it next, since that's what i wanna set up my server with too, can't use it on desktop sadly because of nvidia…



/t/

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 No.11[Reply]

The war must end now!
You must decide which side you are on!
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 No.54

If I had the money, my next desktop would be Apple.

 No.55

>>54
why not hackintosh or get one if those cheao mini desktop things apple do? seems a lot less hastle than getting a full blown mac/macbook

 No.56

>>55
>hackintosh
>less hassle
One of the major selling points of Apple products is that crisp, clean, ready out of the box feeling. The iMac is still the nicest AIO.

 No.57

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>>56
idk tbh, best i could reccomend direct from apple is theur Mac Minis tbh or theur old ass network switches

 No.59

what kind of tech board is this even if those are the two options? itoddlers and microfags btfo, neither apple nor microsoft do anything for u and u'll be forever in a battle of getting fucked over which u'll lose from the start since u can't cut that shit out while retaining a functional product, since fucking u over is their product



/comf/

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 No.41[Reply]

Hi /comf/.How do you relax and feel comfy
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 No.185

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>>182
Here we go again.

 No.186

>>185
The cycles never end.

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 No.196

>>190
What is this?



/comf/

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 No.33[Reply]

lets get a vaporwave thread going, because no music is more comfy than vaporwave

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOm5mgn0xdw&t=1946s

 No.36

I know these arent strictly vaporwave OP, but take these suggestions as a think you'd enjoy them if your a fan of vaporwave also:
https://youtu.be/wGfguhnvECc
https://youtu.be/y1fmqEzui4g
https://youtu.be/xiQhkrjr2xQ

 No.50

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Here's a little radio station for you anon, it features a lot of -wave music, mostly vaporwave, though artists can add in their music at any time to get some representation.
https://plaza.one/
Whenever I want to find out about new artists or get some new songs for my playlists, I always listen in for about an hour and jot down which songs I really liked.

 No.53

>>50
o shid this is a dope station anon, appreciate the shout!!
and yee thats what i tend to do too, cycle through a few albums and slap the stand outs into my playlist so they cycle on there w/ the rest of my stuff

 No.56

>>53
It was sent my way by an old Swedish friend of mine that I, unfortunately, no longer talk to.
M4 is another great vaporwave artist, though a lot of her music is on bandcamp. https://m4sound.bandcamp.com/
I purchased her entire discography awhile back and I still really enjoy listening to it through the night since my sleep schedule's abysmal.

 No.192

I wonder what's trendy after the vaporwave. It's strange how overstimulating it is, the graphics I mean. Even though we're already overstimulated by digital noise, we still desire for more. Meanwhile, non-digital designs become clean and simplified.I really really wonder about next gen trends and if I can handle them. hmm



/h/

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 No.1[Reply]

Howdy anons, Welcome to /h/!

I'm making this first thread to help kick start discussions on this board, and also as a housewarming of sorts, so feel free to discuss anything hobby-related here!!
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 No.48

>>34
super old, but check out conworkshop - lots of cool conlangs over that way

 No.49

>>48
oh is this for like, fictional languages and such?
Always found the concept super interesting but i struggle to cope with more than english, let alone fictional languages.

 No.50

>>49
It looks like ancient Greek to me, anon

 No.58

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>>48
Please, don't use the c-word here. It is rather unpleasant.
>>50
That is what inspired it, if I correctly recall. This picture is of the vertical system that we made originally. It also has a font.

 No.67

>>58
>It is rather unpleasant.
Why? Is that a meme now?



/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?

 No.156

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>>154
Record of a Spaceborn Few
At Home in Mitford
Are some of the ones that come up from my head, I don't have a bookshelf, I mostly read them on my PC I'd like to have one, though.

 No.162

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>>154
Bookshelfs do be a cozy peice of furniture, regardless of the contents of said bookshelf; Infinite amounts of ways to decorate and accessorise one, truly a high tier topic anon.

Regarding comfy books, I read a Terry Pratchet graphic novel in secondary school that was absolute kino, so i got to imagine his more traditional works are a good bet.

 No.181

There's interior decoration with a sole focus on books.

 No.191

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I guess it's because reading means calm time.
Another idea. What do we usually did in comfy places before pc? (this might be a topic for a new thread as well).
Mostly, we would read. So, when you see a book nook, you authomatically pick up additional comfy vibes from your memory or cultural knowledge. Even if they're not exactly present at the said nook.



/b/

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 No.259[Reply]

cogg

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/b/

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 No.258[Reply]

testing a spam filter
nice board tho


/comf/

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 No.183[Reply]

>finally fixed his shit
About time, admin.

 No.184

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What was wrong with it?

 No.187

>>184
No answer, huh?

 No.188

It's kind of buggy again.



/b/

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 No.1[Reply]

First Post on the site, thought i'd kick it off with a funny picture, haha.
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>>253
There should be an report button.



/t/

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 No.58[Reply]

I'm programming in C++, and I've been asking some tips to be a better programmer. Sometimes the people say "Install some Linux distro" and never says because I should install Linux, so, why Linux?


/b/

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 No.104[Reply]

What makes us love certain characters so much? Doesn't matter who or what it is, just why we love them. Yoshi is a lovable dinosaur that Mario fans know for eating enemies and being a trusty companion.
Gondola is basically a walking teddy bear that does nothing but observe the environments he finds himself in, only interacting on occasion.
Duke Nukem is a loud, obnoxious, testosterone-filled, steroid-devouring individual who's obsessed with drinking, women, and kicking ass, but folks love him for it.
Why is that? Do you think it appeals to certain parts of our personality, or maybe it's simpler than that?

 No.106

imo what makes a perfect character is that they capture a certain concept wholesale, and relish/thrive in that hammy expression of said concept, a sort of just and true reflection of the concept rather than a perverce and muddied attempt at such things, only reason I think this is cause of when you see such characters written "wrong", or that they don't feel as true to the original concept as other expressions of them, a good example of that is Duke Nukem actually, there's been some pretty poor and really good versions of the character throughout the franchise's life and its pretty easy to point towards 3D as being the ideal version of he, idk thats my understanding on what makes a brilliant character and what breaks them at least. ┐(´~`)┌

 No.108

>>106
That's a pretty good way to look at it. A character really has to encapsulate a certain idea or concept and do it well, either that or be fleshed out and relatable in some way. Sometimes though, it takes all the right people to make a character stand out and not flop entirely. Take Caleb from the old FPS game Blood, if he had been voiced by anyone other than Stephan Weyte he would've come out as a cringe-worthy edgelord, for lack of a better term. Thanks to Weyte's excellent voice acting though, he comes across as the gritty, badass, undead gunslinger folks know him as.
Are there any characters that you can think of that disappointed you? Ones that maybe weren't well characterized or given much thought?

 No.239

I'll just bump this

 No.246

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Gondola's content is so comfy, and sometimes, depressives (but that not care).
I like Gondola because is very soft and simple; is just there, quiet, looking, feeling, and sometimes, hearing.
>also
I made this Gondola.



/comf/

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 No.158[Reply]

We are nowhere.

 No.159

Here and now!

 No.163

>>159
What's your proof!?

 No.169

>>163
What's op proof?

 No.170

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>>169
We are here.

 No.175

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>>170
Where is this 'here'?



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