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Daily Happyposts Bakanon 05/25/2021 (Tue) 00:54:21 No. 898
Post one thing you liked about your day every day for better mental health. The wind was in my hair while I was biking and it felt like my hair was weightless, it's a really nice feeling.
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Today I fed a stray dog and he ate everything.
I spent 5.5 hours trying to solve a sudoku. I got upset. Then I spent 3 hours and solved 4 or 5 sudokus on an easier difficulty
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>>899 Update: the dog turned to be from a neighbor, who got mad at me for feeding his dog weird things (soup I made the other dau mixed with dog food I feed to my own dogs).
>>927 Fugg, at least the neighbor didn't called the cops on you right?
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When I woke up today, the sun was shining on the trees outside and it was very pretty, making me happy immediately.
Anons over at /agdg/ threads where wondering why there isn't so much progress being posted, I chimed in about my health condition and they were still supportive of me, which I'm glad for that. Also my father is about to repurpose one of his very old computers which I get to keep one of these soon when he is finishing setting them all up, I can setup a computer on my own too but he needs to know first which one of those computers he wants to get rid of first.
>>932 old tech is cool If I were more into retro games and programs, I'd probably super dig having the actual hardware they were made to run on.
>>932 >Also my father is about to repurpose one of his very old computers which I get to keep one of these soon when he is finishing setting them all up What is he going to do with it?
>>935 I haven't checked in yet deeply what kind of specs they have but my father just used them as a server so there is no graphic card, I do have however one spare graphic card that I can built in later, but it's going to be a bit difficult doing it because the graphic card is larger then the space around the PCI connection of the mainboard. Then I could try running Unreal Gold, Deus Ex, Quake 1 and Xash3D on it after I have installed a Linux variant. >>938 He is going to gift them to some children which never had a computer before, only a tablet and one of them child have phones or something. They don't even have internet connection. My father thinks they could use them for school for writing or doing basic graphic stuff. The OS he installed on those machines is Windows 10.
I gave myself a haircut today and I've got a lot better at keeping it shorter and clean-cut. >>932 Take care of yourself, devanon!
>>928 Nope. He just yelled at me and left. >>939 >He is going to gift them to some children which never had a computer before, only a tablet and one of them child have phones or something. They don't even have internet connection. My father thinks they could use them for school for writing or doing basic graphic stuff. The OS he installed on those machines is Windows 10. How old is that PC? I have a 10yo laptop with Win10 that runs ok for basic tasks (office, videos, very light games) but struggles with everything else. Honestly I'd recommend you and your dad to install Linux Mint (consumes less resources and has less chances of getting a virus or fucking everything up with an update), add OnlyOffice (it has much better compatibility with MS Office documents than LibreOffice), an offline Wikipedia with Kiwix to help them with school, and a couple of NES/SNES-era emulators with games for their entertainment.
>>954 Thanks. What kind of haircut are you going for? >Nope. He just yelled at me and left. At least it was only that, could be worse. Man I miss petting doggos, they look so happy when they get taken care of. >How old is that PC? No idea, apparently it uses i3 Processor according to the sticker, my father said those computer costed around for him 30-50€ he can't really recall, which have around 160-250GB HDD space so its very old with no dedicated graphic card, so when he mounted a monitor on those old machines the monitor has a heavy scanline effect like from a video when you record those CRT monitors. >Install Linux Mint I can do but its going to be a bit of a challenge trying to convince my father to install Linux Mint on these machines as he is not very fond of Linux and he only uses it if its really necessary. >OnlyOffice Does it include libbie? :^) Asking for a friend. >an offline Wikipedia with Kiwix to help them with school, and a couple of NES/SNES-era emulators with games for their entertainment. Hmm that will be a bit troublesome, those children are Croatian they cannot speak German or English so language barrier is a big issue and I wouldn't be able to help them out either if they need technical support as I don't speak Croatian myself.
I managed to get everything off my slightly rattly 10 year old 2tb drive and put it my Nu 3tb drive, also attached a new chassis fan and *nothing* went sideways, it's a christmas miracle. >>928 What could the legal charge in that scenario possibly be? I doubt one can unlawfully feed a dog, unless it's poison.
Passed out last night after work, but thanks to that I got a solid 10 straight hours of sleep and woke up feeling really good and not groggy or tired at all. >>971 Just a short, sporty one. It's a little nerve-wracking the first time you shave inches of hair off your head and everything looks uneven and weird, but once it's all nice and level and layered it feels really nice.
Yesterday I finished a cool game and today I woke up to a fresh and happy-granting breeze through my window. Life is lovely and I am happy.
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I made someone smile today and that made me feel very stoked and epic and based and redpilled.
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>>1037 I know its late but can you tell me who you made smile and what did you do? I have trouble making others smile
>>1109 I don't remember! I have the shortest term memory around. Probably something like a passing compliment. The most recent smile I caused, that I know of, is about half an hour ago when I told my fiancee that I dreamed about them but the reality is even better. I dream about them almost every day and tell them every time, it's effective. (this time the dream included my niece that I babysit and I think some reference to roblox that she plays every day) But it's kind of cheating to mention making someone smile when they already love me. I don't remember many things very well Okay just now I made my bff smile because she texted me about a goblet in final fantasy 14 and I said "pretty messed up that a goblet is a cup and not a tiny goblin" and I stole that joke but it still works. Today is a good day.
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I passed this semester of college with better grades than I originally expected. >inb4 underage I'm 20.
I'm a complete beginner in /fit/ness, but I managed to record the 900 calories I lost in cardio exercise last week. It doesn't seem like much right now but I'm hoping to increase that gradually and to get in some lifting so I can bulk after I do some cutting. >>1125 Congrats anon! And to all the other graduating anons out there.
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I talked to an old friend I haven't talked to for about 3 years. We didn't have a fallout, just drifted apart when left for different cities. I saw his profile pic as Bojack Horseman and realized he was going through tough times (even though I hate when people signal emo or "depression"). I had a small talk with him, how life was going on, how we had fun, we both admitted we aren't having the goodest of times. But it was going well. I realized I was not afraid of socializing anymore. I could talk to someone on a whim without notice, have a small chat and not be anxious or nervous or sweating over what to talk next. Funny. It isn't happypost, but it made me content, if that's the right word for it.
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>>1194 I think it's a happypost since it made me happy, anon. You've grown into someone that is good at heart, and you're not as held back by nerves as you may have been in your past. It's wholesome development.
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>>1196 Thank you. I realized a while back happyness isn't all smiles and laughs, but rather lots of little things that you do or happen to you, whether by your action or just by being a part of something. I'll have to be better with words to define it properly. Funny how when I used to be "happy" and would screech at other normies or "too busy to be mingling with people", calling myself anti-social; I actually used to be very socially awkward. Now im actually away from people, im much more willing to socialize. Granted anxiety is still present, but it doesn't stop me now. Funny. How's your day?
I know this is not the best place to talk about this stuff, but sometimes, I get feelings of death and dying, and I get really terrified of it. Like how you stop feeling anything forever, end of your existence, and what your final moments would feel like. And that get me really afraid when I'm trying to sleepI know some would call it childish or not to worry about it, but still it grabs me badly and i can't do anything about it.Does anyone else feels this sometimes?
>>1199 Read the Corpus Hermeticum and understand it. Then start practicing to actually see it in action so it's not just belief. Your condition is caused by atheism. You can't fix it without the supernatural since anything else naturally leads to cessation of consciousness. So your choice is either accepting it, or accepting the supernatural. The reason I'm recommending Hermeticism is because it's basically a master key to all things supernatural
>>1198 I woke up feeling bright and positive! My day has gone well so far and it's going well the rest of the way too. >>1199 same! I refuse to die! That's my cope.
I drew a simple comission of some gacha shit character for $10, bought A Hat in Time DLC with the money.
>>1207 that's baller!
>>1199 Your thoughts aren't childish anon, but I wil redirect you to this anon's post >>1202 I'll tell you the same thing I told my grandmother when I had lunch with her earlier. These people that freak out about the China Virus that start yelling at people in public for not wearing masks and condemning and name calling them as "others" for not wearing masks, or going outside, whatever it is - are deathly afraid that they will lose the one life they have. My priest consoled us during the early COVID crisis that we're not to be afraid of losing our temporal bodies, we should know that our lives are only temporary. My life has gone through a lot of suffering for instance, but I continue to be courageous in Christ because I know that something better awaits me in the afterlife. You have to build a solid reassurance that death is inevitable, but is nothing to be afraid of once you have yourself grounded in a solid foundation. Try praying, and ask the Holy Spirit to guide you to your answers and ask Him for comfort. Also, to those people that search for things like immortality or extending life for as long as possible - is that what you 'really' want? Does anyone really want to live in 'this' world forever? I know I wouldn't want to live her any longer than what I'm supposed to.
Yesterday I drew something that I felt represented my emotions pretty well. Today it was raining really hard but I liked how it felt on my hair when I walked to my car after work. >>1199 They are normal thoughts, and it just means you're introspective. I have the same sort of thought spirals from time to time, just wondering at what point we really know anything or if anything we understand is certain. What is emotion, what is meaning, what is time, what is purpose, what it feels like to die, at what point a mind exists and what the cessation of that would feel like... Music helps me with those thoughts a bit. >>1207 Nice. I've always wanted to do commissions but the thought of someone actually paying money for something I drew just seems so weird.
>>1202 >>1203 >>1209 >>1212 Thanks anons. It soothed me enough to get by another day, I read some parts of Corpus Hermeticum, I'll try to read it all. Even if it won't solve all my problems, just going through one day is enough for me, and then another. Thanks kind anons.
>>1212 >>1207 Can you both share your drawings? I want to see how you have made.
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I woke up to the sound of rain hitting the window!!!!! It's so pleasant and pretty. I really like the rain. When it clears up, I hope I have time to go biking. Very nice morning today.
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>>1224 It's all pleasure and relaxation until you realize that you left the window open and everything surrounding it is completely soaked.
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>>1238 I disagree. I sleep up against the window, so the rain will wake me, not just soak stuff. And I like that. Have woken that way before. I love the rain.
>>1223 I'd love to but I already posted it to a drawthread on another site. Plus it wasn't exactly comfy, so maybe I should draw another one instead.
>>1224 >>1238 >>1240 Rain is a genuine blessing.
>>1244 Ohh, its okay if you don't wanna post here, good luck to you drawfriend, I will be looking out for you! Remember to have fun!
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I made jokes about someone being gay when they were angry at someone else, and then they made a joke about me being gay, and then I laughed and said they were funny and all the anger was gone, no more fighting. We had a good laugh. I felt happy about that
>>1295 you're gay (*happy)
>>898 I managed to make my usual Saturday Negroni just perfectly today. I also made a double portion, so there's a lot and I'm very drunk right now.
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>>1295 And then you kissed. >>1299 >Saturday Negroni >Saturday Negro
The air was fresh and the sun was pretty today
Yesterday I had a very casual chat with one of my managers while we were both doing other stuff. It was very nice and I didn't feel nervous at all. Today I spent time outside and mowed the lawn. It sucked but I'm happy I got some sun. All the greens look very gold when the sun's shining on them.
>>1295 Situation well defused anon. >>1306 >the greens look very gold when the sun's shining on them it makes no sense but could very well be used in a novel describing a good day. Care to speak more like this?
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>>1240 >>1238 >>1224 Posting more rains. Walking through streets after rain has ended, with lights reflecting off the wet roads and pavement, with cloudy sky overhead, a warm chill atmosphere (is this even make sense?) and things slowly resuming back...
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>>1306 Not usually the one to initiate conversation myself as I struggle with social cues. At times people approach me for someone to talk to and I just listen. A fellow cleaner has gardening has her hobby and at times talks about the ornamental gourds and other vegetables she is growing as well as other aspects of her hobby. There is quite a lot I do not understand as I have no background in horticulture but her enthusiasm is infectious. >>1342 Definitely like the last one. Very atmospheric.
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>>1356 >ornamental gourds Berry comfy. I'm growing a few myself right now along with some not so ornamental ones. This variety specifically this year.
>>1357 Silly anon, goblins can't lay eggs, you're thinking of Kobolds
>>1356 Funny you should say that, once I showed a similar wallpaper to my friend and he said it was creepy and sad and lifeless. I told him its calm and peaceful, being in a empty open space with nature and "nothingness" is very peaceful to me.
>>1369 None of those are necessarily conflicting descriptors though. That image can be creepy, sad, lifeless, calm, and peaceful.
I had blueberries today! Very classic fruit. Felt very posh and middle class
>>1376 Berries are terrific since you can either make something with them or just snack on them like any other food. Personally: (Cherries)>Strawberries>Blueberries>Raspberries I know cherries aren't a berry but they're basically the same in terms of taste and category
Short notice asked to babysit my niece! Money and happy hanging out!
>>1388 I should avoid seeds. Any berries that don't really have any?
>>1222 Well after a week, I have not yet fully read hermeticum, but the first chapter is really eye opening on God, Logos and his creations. Concept of life and death is all the same. It reduced my fear of the inevitable, and I can sleep a little better. Now I am more curious about it, but reading more gives me more anxiety. I'll just have to take my time.I still get feelings of death and random fears, but is less captivating and can manage it I guess I'm not all atheist, like most modern people, I was taught religion, daily life got a way, never rejected God, but can't remember last time when I wasn't just asking from God. just wanted to talk my heart
>>1412 The only berry I know that doesn't have seeds is a banana, and that's really just a technicality.
>>1438 seedless bananas aree gay seed bananas have classy flavor
>>1439 Supposedly most bananas a long time ago were the really tasty creamy kind the artificial flavor is based off of (the Gros Michel banana), and it wasn't until the 50s that disease ravaged them and led to the crummy grass-flavor bananas becoming popular (the Cavendish banana). I did a little bit of research online and you can apparently buy crates of all kinds of bananas and get them shipped to you!
>>1440 I don't think we could eat a crate of bananas before they go bad, but thank you!
My cats were extra cuddly today, it made me smile.
There is a seagull that visits me every day for food. It has got to the point that said seagull is almost semi-domesticated though it has attempted on more than one occasion to enter my house. Really need to work on those boundaries. Nice to have that kind of companion though.
>>1451 cute! Have you named them?
I just kissed a cute girl. A cute boy too. Just on the forehead though, and also they're cats.
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Watched Mars and Beyond again and it was cool as fuck.
>>1467 no u
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>>1465 Orange and white cats!
>>1472 Are you saying I'm cool as fuck, anon?
>>1476 Yeah. I am. Whatcha gonna do about it? Go ahead and call the police, they can't un-compliment you
>>1474 It has been so many years since I've seen an orange cat in real life.
>>1482 An orange cat shows up in my yard all the time.
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cats are the best!!
I love how things look when sunshine hits with intense summer flare. It feels like liveliness!
Today I randomly stumbled onto a bunch of music I really like that I'd never listened to before.
Today I went back to a game I hadn't played in a while and it was even more fun than I remembered.
>>1516 Which game? c:
I woke up with blood pressure so low I thought I was dying that was kind of nice
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>>1528 >I thought I was dying that was kind of nice You feeling alright anon?
>>1528 Man, low blood pressure is fun. Everything's kind of muted and you're comfily tired all the time. The cold gets to me a bit though.
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I'm almost at 3 weeks straight for working out without missing days. Feels pretty good to not be a lazy quitter making excuses for once. Though I'm sore as fuck pretty often now >>954 >I gave myself a haircut today That sounds difficult.
>>1598 good to hear! I've been trying to work out every day, especially pushups, but I always get too sore and then I break my streaks. What do you do to fight through the pain?
>>1429 I think that occultism is the happy middle ground for me when it comes to spirituality. I get to have an explanation of the universe, and myself too! Uh, a happy thing... I'm back to practicing art again and I'm hoping to turn it into a kickass business!
>>1612 Just gotta pace yourself. I space out my workout days to Monday, Wed, and Friday with cardio stuff in between while I let my muscles rest a bit. Seems to be working pretty well for me so far. I need to work on my diet next though to help get better results. Have to do some research on that front since I am a terrible cook. >What do you do to fight through the pain? Not much honestly. Ignore it and power through if I can. Though I do try to relax/rest more if it gets particularly bad. >>1613 >I'm back to practicing art again Good to hear anon. What kind of art do you make?
>>1517 Elite: Dangerous
Today I'm enjoying a delicious cup of coffee and a brownie.
>>1626 But its already past noon, you b-baka
Feeling pretty cool, also check out >>>/cool/
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I am now trying to get a job. I am looking at user experience/product designer, since it looks like easy work, no technical skills required, but filled with rainbow hairs. How would I know what the companies are looking for in interviews before going to interviews?
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A tornado barely missed my home today. Feels pretty good to alive and well. >>1630 >/cool/ Looks like it lives up to it's name. Very cool looking.
>>1639 Why don't you try doing the job first? Try using a kitchen gadget with your non dominant hand covered in vegetable oil and consider how you would improve it
>>1651 >Used a knife Found out I was extending my wrists downwards to cut and not using weight of my hand to cut downwards. Grip was fine, the handle is wooden so it wouldn't let go easily. I'm not sure how improve this other than practice but since its a knife there isn't any improving it. >Microwave much more easier, I never knew how much gunk stuck on the door and buttons, turning the knob was harder since gunk + oil. Only Improvement could be texture on the knob.
>>1666 Could make the buttons from a nonstick material (eg silicone) instead, so that less gunk sticks to it (as a feature - less cleaning). The knife blade length and angle could be altered too, and a longer handle to give more leverage would be an option too. Knives are largely standardized so you wouldnt necessarily need to make changes
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Today it rained very hard. The water managed to cover about 15cm/3 inches high in the streets, entering the houses of some of my neighbors and flooding their interior quickly. This is a happy port because my house was about to suffer the same fate when the rain stopped and the water level started to drop.
>>1688 >rains >now where are you from anon? Congrats on your house being safe though
>>1688 >Today it rained very hard same, you live in Florida by any chance? I heard the coastal got fucked badly but luckily I live an hour away from the beach.
Today's the fourth day in a row I got a reasonable amount of sleep. >>1598 If you're a guy and fine with short hair it's not too difficult. I bought a set of clippers that came with an adjustable guide and it takes some practice especially with evening the back of your head but cutting down in length bit by bit helps you figure out how short you're comfortable with your hair being. The top usually looks better a bit longer but you do need to be careful around the bangs >>1612 Like >>1614 said you gotta pace yourself. If you're too sore from working out you might be pushing yourself too hard. >>1639 That sounds cool. I've thought about going to technical writing or something similar like quality assurance. >How would I know what the companies are looking for in interviews before going to interviews? Go on interviews. Find some people you can have give you a mock interview, and practice a lot. Read articles about what companies look for in interviews. If you know anyone who's in a higher-up position like managerial stuff or hiring ask them what they'd look for. >>1650 Nice. I've had to deal with severe tornadoes where I live so anytime the storm siren comes on it's a harrowing experience. >>1688 Lucky. Make sure to keep your important stuff in waterproof storage.
>>1713 Nope, not even close. This is the time when hueg storms appear on the north American hemisphere, so having similar events on different locations is expectable. >>1719 >Today's the fourth day in a row I got a reasonable amount of sleep. Cool. I fucked up my sleep cycle and now I can't sleep before 2AM, although isn't like I do a lot of stuff during the day. >Make sure to keep your important stuff in waterproof storage. Extreme floods here are a rarity, but regardless of it I put the more delicate stuff in high places and sealed the doors with plastic bags.
I made one of my coworkers laugh today. :)
I haven't left my apartment in a couple days and decided to take a half hour walk in 30C weather. I got fairly burnt but shaded paths helped avoid a good amount. By the time I got home and had a cool shower I felt fucking amazing, I still feel amazing. I rarely leave my place just to walk aimlessly, I typically have a task in mind to complete. So I think I should do that more often, but with sunscreen of course.
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>>1738 walking around aimlessly in streets, in nature, and anywhere else is the basic action man has taken since his conception. I just do it for fresh air and clear my mind, but it helps a lot. I sometimes get why people are extroverted, even when they are alone.
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>>1738 >>1751 I used to walk around my city for hours during my NEET days, always listening to music and trying to find alternative paths to the places I knew in an attempt to find more. During my neetxplorer days I found: >an antique shop like those from stories (but since it required an invitation I couldn't enter) >an abandoned Mason meetup place >a vagabond who told me how he ended up here >another vagabond taking a bath in a fountain >a museum of bones and ancient stuff >the four corners of a park I almost never visit because it's on the other side of my city (that day I walked over 20km without realizing it) >dogs that followed me a bit before disappearing >an old man who sat next to me on a bench and started rambling about everything >an anime and toys shop >lots of places that sell good food for cheap >a huge teddy bear near a small river (this scared me because the bear was "looking" on my direction and the next day it was gone) >a couple of dead cats (poor kots) It was a "fun" experience excluding all the times I had to hide or take detours because I thought somebody that knew me was near. Very recommended to any NEET reading this.
>>1751 >>1754 I would love to spend more time walking but living in the suburbs is hell. There's just a bunch of noisy kids and dogs barking all the time and I'm liable to walk into like three people mowing their lawns when I just want to look up at the sun through the trees. Do you guys live in smaller towns or cities? I have fond memories of walking around smaller downtown areas with friends, but I've always wanted to find nature trails and parks just full of wild greenery. Or travel up north, and just camp out in a complete no man's land.
>>1754 that pic looks very different in thumbnail and in maximized. Beautiful though >>1757 >living in the suburbs is hell how's that possible? suburbs are the best places for walking about, you even get to talk with people instead of bumping beside them. >I just want to look up at the sun through the trees you can still do it, nobody would bother you
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>>1754 In my NEET days, when I was on my own I used to spend a substantial portion of my spare time binge watching anime and enjoying the occasional bottle of wine. Though nice, it was easy to be more than a little jaded. When I did go out, it was often with my brother. A walk around the woods providing welcome relief from the constant ennui. Sometimes we would get lost. Somehow when this happened I did not panic but rather saw it as a novel adventure and as a way of prolonging my time in his company further.
>>1754 >>1769 Sweet. A vagabond is a much better word to describe a bum. Did you enjoy your time with your brother?
>>1797 Yeah, I do. He is very patient with me not least when I sperg out about the latest series I have discovered even though our interests are greatly divergent.
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Today I translated some cute images featuring a younger Link. You can see them at >>>/sm/5921 along with other (shota) images and comics I've translated and saved. Almost everything there is SFW, bu there's one lewd image near the end, so be careful if you open the thread in public. >>1757 My city has around 100k inhabitants, not sure how small or big is that, but even with that I never felt "disturbed" when I did my NEET walkings. I used to wander in the mornings from 9AM to 1PM when there would be less people on the street because most of them would be working or at school, so things were peaceful most of the time, with only my thoughts and the music on my phone keeping me company. >>1797 I prefer the term wanderer since I had a place to sleep at night.
It was a comfy day, I liked not how much I slept but the quality and I'm feeling relieved I general as of I can move on. https://youtu.be/gTJ9ahuNGVk
>>1768 I'm just generally terrified of any kind of social interaction and I hate people. Also literally every time my family moved my parents wound up pissing off at least one of our neighbors, including where I currently live.
I did meditation today.
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I managed to hack my PS3 and make it run pirated games without any prior knowledge beyond an online tutorial and without bricking it. Now all it needs is games.
I washed my face with cold water and had ice coffee to beat the heat, and it's actually very nice. >>1856 That's super rad, anon. Cool! I recommend Journey, that one where you have a cute scarf and you surf on sand dunes. It's very enjoyable and pretty.
Today I avoided buying anything expensive for lunch. (It's difficult because I work around food all day long) >>1826 Mediation is a good habit. I need to take more time to reflect on my thoughts and do the same.
>>1882 Work canteens can be pricy. I would suggest bringing a salad or some rice cakes to work if you are hungry. Also drink plenty of water as you may think you are hungry when you are actually thirsty. >Mediation is a good habit. Meditation can be good. One form I find useful is when it is used in conjunction with the participation of simple repetitive tasks.
I found a frog in my backyard today. Also got to say hi to the neighbor's dog. >>1905 Funny you mention drinking water, for the past couple years my work had public drinking fountains and I'd always remember to take a sip to stay hydrated whenever I could, but once covid hit they shut off the water and I ended up just buying drinks way more often.
>>1908 I bought a canteen and just lug it around.
After many hours of fiddling with it I successfully converted my zombie spawner farm into a drowned farm. I didn't need the old farm anymore because I finally got everything I needed from it (carrots, potatoes and two chickens) and the drowned now drop copper. The rates are not great but I'm not certain how to make it better right now.
I woke up feeling well-rested!
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>>1938 Cool, you'll get +10% experience boost for 12 hours!
A place I applied to recently expressed interest in a phone call, I found out today. I'm hoping that I wasn't too slow on the draw in getting back to them. The position in question seems like a decent fit for my experience level, and may finally be my ticket out of the entry-level position gutter.
>>1942 That's great. Can I ask what job did you apply for?
>>1943 Won't get into specifics, but it's programming-related. That said, it did put me in a good mood at work today, so that's my happypost for the day.
I had a really good talk with my therapist yesterday, managed to keep a steady conversation going through the whole session without too much worry. Today I had a really decent day at work. Got pretty much everything done that I needed and didn't get interrupted or super annoyed at anything.
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Had nice conversation with colleagues re TV series we have seen. Colleague is significantly older than me so it was interesting to get an insight into the social history of it. Some of the older stuff like Buck Rogers was more earnest and had its own charm.
I laughed at something funny this morning =w=
>>898 Found a pdf I was trying to look for years ago.
>>1948 >Won't get into specifics, but it's programming-related. Trap programmer? >>1993 I managed to recover old family photos from an old HDD that was failing pretty bad. Did you also feel the sudden need to save copies of it everywhere after finding the pdf?
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Ate corn today. Was good
I came home today and made a nice lunch of tomato soup and grilled cheese. It turned out nice and I didn't even burn anything this time.
I've pushed forwards with Binding of Isaac and I have been reading a book called "Hitler's Beneficiaries", or rather listening to it while I play. It's a really good read.
I'm just happy this site exists.
Yesterday I saved a ladybird from drowning.
Mowed the lawn after some heavy rains. I'm happy because that means I won't need to mow it again for about a week. >>2079 :) >>2080 Bugs really peeve me out, but there are a select few I'm perfectly okay with. Ladybirds are one of those few.
I think I'm feeling the effects of social isolation and non-natural imageboard/social media interactions on my mental health. It doesn't feel like talking to any real person, just bubbles popping of random bullshit. And in real life talking, it feels like the person is an alien trying to communicate, saying one thing when he means another. The only people who I can understand well are years old friends and even they sometimes act so obtuse that it feels like work hard to talk with them. Maybe I need to real people.
>>2126 >It doesn't feel like talking to any real person, just bubbles popping of random bullshit. That's what makes it feel so great.
Did a little more than an hour of exercise today. Also got out of the house instead of just sitting at home on my day off. I need to start actually going somewhere besides the store though.
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Played TF2 on valve servers today, didn't had bots. Played Medic both with stock uber and kritz. Won game. Had fun. TF2 still has got it, even though everyone try to kill it
>>2172 Nice. Can't say I've had the same luck with TF2 over the past couple years, but every once in a while when the stars align and the dominoes of fate set themselves just right I have an incredible time playing it. Nothing beats climbing your way to the top of the scoreboard, pipebombing scouts in midair, juking around heavies and crossbowing snipers from across the map while shit talking your teammates and devastating the competition in a one masterful, half-drunken swoop.
>>2174 The magic is still there, the core gameplay is still solid, even after decades of misuse. But now you have to wait for things to come together to have that experience. I still miss caber when I hadn't unlocked it.
Went out to dinner with my family these last couple days. I don't really like doing anything but it was nice to see my brother off since he's moving soon.
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The season for Sturm/Federweißer has started, so I got myself a couple early, early bottle and gonna get shitfaced. And the rest is going to get some sugar added and nursed to just the right taste. I'm not going to be sober until October.
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The government finally authorized the return to in-person classes in my country and state, which is great because teaching virtual classes is horrible, especially outside of cities where the internet is less reliable.
Work was good, I enjoyed it and made some money doing it. I also ate good food today. Don't do a job you don't enjoy anons, it's better to be a happy poorfag than an empty husk of a richfag. Notch is the best modern example of this truth.
>>2351 You're a teacher? What subject, if you don't mind my asking?
I introduced myself to someone new at work today. I was required to because she was a new hire to my department, and I didn't enjoy it, but i got it out of the way and it'll make talking to her easier in the future. Introducing yourself is always the hardest part of meeting people.
Today I did a little bit of cooking. Turns out shredded potatoes are really easy to make cook and also very tasty!
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