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Welcome to /comfy/
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The rules are
>Follow the global rules
>Take it easy
>Keep it SFW
>No rabble rousing
That means no unrelated political posts, intentionally provocative posts, posts insulting someone's race or religion or promoting committing crimes
>No boat rocking
That means no uncalled for insults, rudeposting, or instigating drama.
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Post here when you visit /comfy/
Thread number four.
"It's warmer in the south" edition.
Old thread: >>2377
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Is your room /comfy/ as of now?
Are there anything you will do to make it even more so?
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hi i am a fledgling aspiring artists doing csrtoon anime stuff...
how do i find out the next trending style and and topic/keyword what people wanna see and enjoy?
i have youtube account to draws but it never get much traffic or crow and shilling doesnt make much either... what should i do
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You can advertise other sites, events, communities, etc. in this thread, please don't make new threads for advertising from now.
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Post snug pictures. They don't have to be rainy or cold-looking, even though it helps.
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Post here whenever you finished watching an anime. I'm very new to it so I don't think I could fit on /animu/, less /a/, so I figured I may make a thread here.
Watched pic related recently, it was very neat but I didn't like the ending a lot, seems like the rewards Chihiro got were too given at the palm of her hand there. Other than that it was pretty neat and reminded me to care about your friends.
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Comfy vidya thread
ITT we discuss video games that possess the comfy factor. For me it's all manners of RTS games, taking time to gather resources and build a cool base is great fun. Driving games are cool too, I have fond memories of pic related (although I was pretty bad at it as a kid).
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Reminder that life is great
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Post interesting wikipedia articles pls
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Dreams thread, the /comfy/ awake in the sleep
It begun with a small tale of an old man dressed in eastern clothes, how he described the actions of a hero who never returned. As he was speaking actions of martial arts and combat were in the background, sketches of them, until he names the title of the event entuthiastically, where the characters strike a pose and the art gets detailed in the middle of the screen.
The last segment of it there was a map like thing, it showed the progress that was made in the story, the last bit the protagonist made was on a boat that was turned upside down, the bodies were floating under it. For eberry step before it, a small scene wood happen in the map, the last scene had the hero pushing over the giant baron from a cave and going to the coast to get to his their boat
Before getting out of the sea, there were two demons protecting a pagoda thing in a berry abrupt cliff with a thin bridge. One of them had one arm as the wing of a dragon and red, he protected the door, the other one was green and had tenctacle like hair and protected the bridge.
The villain in the tower always has a story of where the characters that dissapointed him are thrown to a pit where the character's mother died. it consists of a destroyed staircase where the way out is by jumping to the cliffs that have been separated. Many just end up falling to their deaths. And in one point, the red winged man gets sent to it, tries to get out, only for some force to slap him on the head and his skull to hit a wall and slides to his death
There is also at one point a baron of hell like creature emerging from one giant hole, only his head is seen, but it's huge and hides the sun in a moment. The sky was dry orange and the ground was like the grand canyon. Imagine Mario Kart 64's Yoshi's Canyon with all the roads being small and falling from them sending to your doom, it was like that but with more highs and lows, a pagoda/eastern castle hidden between the mountains, and small bridges and ropes connecting small locations
The appeal of the story is that it was narrated by anons from one imageboard since many years and as it went on it got expanded. story of one man who went to the island of twisted cliffs and canyons to get revenge at those who killed his mother. The visuals were similar to those old greek myth movies from the 50s.
The character may've worn a torso armor that only covered his torso, and brown leather shorts, but he did look like a greek warrior from those movies with his hair curled and an absolute unit.
Unrelated, I was stuck on a high tree at some point, like 20 meters tall. I asked a man down there if he could call the firefigters for help. I descended with a rope tight in my waist. When I got to the ground the sky was oddly clear, a colour combination between light blue and chrome. I came across an old man, we exchanged some letters and he gave me the name for a writer of a book. then I walked to the horizon where there was more light blue/chromed things, probably a city, probably a pier. probably a path in the middle of the water, probably a path with the waters next to it and leading to the city.
Been a while since I had dreams like this, I think it's due to practising something I like to call "Musical Visualisation" where I imagine a setpiece, scene, or environment from the music I'm listening. This time it was pic related, I think getting to focused on Corona-Chan's journey is letting me forget the things I was capable or I am capable of.
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Make your own country/region thread
A large territory comprising of green steppes in a center strip, unforgiving mountain ranges along the west making a natural border that prevents access to a large sea aside from a chokepoint that allows entry to the region, many winding canyons and valleys to the southeast, lush flowing rivers coming in from the north that drain to the southeast, the southwest a dusty and hilly region, and northeast an inhospitable desert that gets covered in snow during Winter. Within this are three loose ethnic territories united by a network of 5 major ceremonial cities and trading centers a la Persepolis. Mongoloid, Nordid, and Semitic traders pass through commonly through the northeast and north with a good portion laying down roots.
Non-descript Aryan/Slavic hunter-gatherers that live mostly nomadic lives and are the major demographic living on the steppe and dusty hills, settle down in a new place once a year to farm and move on leaving some permanent structures, omnivore diet, uses wagons and horseback to transport, weak central culture and no dominant religion. Caucasians who are mostly nomadic in the lower mountains and bases with some and eat nothing but meat and dairy, make up the majority transport themselves by horses, few worldly possessions, regard themselves as a specialty warrior society like Cossacks. Iranian type of people who live in caves and crude houses in the valleys and canyons and to the northeast, pescetarian diet out of circumstance with red meat being a luxury, wary of outsiders and don't interact with one another as much as the other three do, have basic boats for lakes and rivers, modes of transport is yak and camel.
Religion are largely shamanistic and monotheistic with a minority of a polytheistic one and and eastern philosophical religion.
The rule of law is laid down by the king who below him has governors and tribal leaders who pay tribute to him based on their possessions in coinage. While it doesn't matter what religion and race the king is he has always been one of the Aryan hunter-gatherers and practiced the monotheistic religion.
Architecture is a mix between Armenian, Kartvelian, and Iranian styles with basic mudhuts and strawhuts.
The language is masculine, smooth, and consonant-heavy, a mix of Yaghnobi and Kartvelian with an alphabet that mimics that of the Semites' but there is no uniform one due to traders and learning what each sound makes then transmorphing to their own; from west to east it shifts from cuneiform to phonetic.
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Comfy Baking, Brewing, and Cooking
Baking, brewing, and cooking are very important hearth-building and health-building skills. They are a surefire way to make yourself /comfy/, Anon!
What are you baking, brewing, or cooking at the moment? How is it coming out? What will you be trying next time? Is there anything you'd like to try improving? Is there something you'd like to learn? Maybe you have something you'd like to teach us?
I tried some old things and new things today! Pics related are:
>the bread I made earlier today; a simple white cobb loaf.
This was the first time I was just able to make it from memory. It felt great to be able to just reach for the ingredients and go through the motions. As luck would have it, the prove went well and the slashes formed up beautifully. I was worried that the crumb inside would be a little wet but it turned out very nice with a good chewy crust. The loaf is wrapped in beeswax cloth now so I can eat it over the week. I'm considering getting a sourdough starter going but I don't know if I'm good enough to handle it yet.
>my first attempt at glazing carrots
Apparently glazing (which I have found out is different from caramelising) is a basic technique that even professionals find difficult to get perfect every time. I think my first attempt here had just a touch too little water and a touch too little sugar, though I reckon I got the butter correct. See how the finished carrots don't have an even glaze? They still tasted very good with some parsley and finishing salt.
Next I'm going to try blanching with asparagus.
>sous vide pork tenderloin
>fell for the sous vide meme
Yes, and I love it! Weirdly, the garlic I put on these pork tenderloins was stained bluish-green by the other herbs during the water bath, but they cooked down to a tasty colour during the two minute finishing sear.
I had the pork together with the carrots for dinner. They tasted great and I felt a great upswell of wellbeing after I finished them.
Your turn, Anon!
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Post comfy wallpapers, looking at the same screen eberry day can be tiresome.
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Doing comfy things is nice, but how about doing FUN and EXCITING things?
ITT please talk about what you like to do for fun. Maybe we can even do some fun stuff together.
Me, I like boats. I like swimming too. It's fun to be in the water in general, plus it's good exercise. I plan to get a boating license some time, although it's an expensive hobby.
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night walking, walking at night
Post pics from your /nightwalk/s. What do you like about nightwalking? For me it's the fresh air, the comfy lights, and the feeling of walking down empty streets that are normally busy, feeling totally alone.
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It's a shame that shipposting seems to be frowned upon here, I think ships can certainly be /comfy/.
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Tell me about your ideal comfy life.
>ideal source of income
>ideal country to live in
>ideal average day
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Post Parables, Allegories, Fables, Koans
When my mind is troubled, I make a little story in my head to simplify my situation. When I share them with others, I never explicitly state the moral so they can take away their own. It's a very comfy thing for me, it's how I express myself like some people do with poetry or doodles. I think if more people made a habit or practice of it the world would be a comfier place. If any of you do something similar, or would like to try it, I'd love to hear what you have to say. Here's a little story I've been rolling around in my skull for a few years now:
A long time ago, a man built a brick wall in a wild field. Those who walked past it would often say, "look at this great symbol of order in a disorderly world!" Many years passed, and the wall crumbled to a scarcely recognizable pile of rubble. Passerby would shake their heads and frown at the sight. "No matter how men may labor to assemble some comforting order, nature will work ten times as hard for ten times as long to return it to disorder. How tragic!"
As the wall finally turned to dust, the earth sighed. How nice it felt to become that much more neat and round.
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the past , the present & the future
Why does the world have to be so cruel to us? I just wanna have fun and post with anons in peace but they keep deplatforming us, smearing us, running fed ops against us etc. Even if the webring becomes a stable home now, we've lost so many anons and communities over the years that'll never come back.
8chan has no clear successor which caused anons to be splintered far and wide around the internet with little ways to get back together again.
I remember back on 8chan in around 2015, on the board list the top 50 boards each had hundreds and hundreds of users and tons of activity. Now no boards outside of /cow/, /v/ and /a/ seem to have any significant userbase left and you can easily go days or weeks without one post on many of them.
Basically the question is: How do we bring back the golden days? Can things ever go back to how they were?
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❄❅❆ 𝑫𝒆𝒄𝒆𝒎𝒃𝒆𝒓 ❅❆❄
Well, here we are, the last month of the year.
What's your go to for year end /comfy/?
Snuggling up in a thick blanket while drinking hot choco with the TV or radio runs in the background? Or just staying at home, enjoying the idleness?
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What were the chances i was born as a human? Seriously, i could have been a dog, a bat or a simple fly, but somehow by chance, i was brought into existence as a Homo Sapien given the gift of bittersweet self awareness, life itself is an amazing phenomenon already but life that is able question its own existence and feel all these terrible yet beautiful emotions with just nothing but chemical reactions and electrical firing currents of neurons is on a whole other level, it is no wonder that people believe that there is a higher and deeper structure to the Human consciousness, that this is no random process and that we were destined, chosen and created by some higher being. And to add to another layer of chance and luck i was born in the UK, a first world country, where starvation and war are foreign concepts, i could have been some poor Negro bastard in Africa, An Arab in the middle east, or a poor Asian slaving away in the sweatshops, but i was born here, sure things are still not perfect, this place still has many flaws, dead end 9-5 jobs are common and people lay on their death beads with regrets, that life no longer holds meaning, but it is not as much of a Hell as the others, at least for the time being, and to add yet another layer of chance/luck, i was born into an era where technology and science is advancing at an astonishing rate and Human suffering, at least at the material level, is becoming less and less, although we are facing the challenges of depression and suicide due to the lack of meaning to life now, it is the mental suffering that will plague us in this new era for the time being, but even then it is still an amazing time to be alive, i could have been born a peasant in the middle ages, dying at 30, or even a cave man where eberry day is a struggle, where i wood have had to risk my life constantly just to get a meal to stay alive and keep experiencing.
It is just, an amazing feeling, it is so surreal at times.
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Post anything comfy related to time spent on the move.
What car(s) do you own?
Have you ever done a nice big road trip?
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"Come on, Snickers. Time for our walk."
He throws himself in the tub, resolute in his act of defiance. Sara calls after him in her usual lackluster way. On occasion, she is forced to re-establish dominance by these little wars of attrition, in which she most often plays the role of unmovable object, her eventual victory achieved through the boredom of her misbehaved pet. "Okay, that's enough. Come on." Her tone sounds vaguely impatient. Snickers drones her out with a stultified howl.
The dreams are back again. He suddenly remembers. Just the night before, while in a deep slumber, there came an ancient memory from the hind regions of the beast's mind. Now, in the tub, the dream's recollection appears to him in a cloudburst of sensation. Twilight silhouettes of shady woodland, deer in silver moonlight -- a breathless chase through clearing and undergrowth, rich crimson rewards of victory -- the scent of a she-wolf, dangerous and dark as night, beckoning to join her in the mists of the forest...
The visions fade and the tub reappears. Sara is getting the squirt bottle. Snickers gives in and pulls himself out of the tub, feigning apology and submission. Sara clamps a metal choke-collar around his neck and attaches the leash. After their half-mile walk, Snickers eats his dry kibble and lays down in his bed by the sofa. The tinny noise of the television rattles in his ears, as he watches a fly bump into the window, trying helplessly to escape. Eventually, malaise sets in and he drifts off to sleep. No dreams tonight.
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Happy New Years' Eve /comfy/. Thanks a lot for the comfy times and may the next year be much much much better than this one.
In the meantime you can post your goals for the next year. I will finally go back to college and get that Compsci degree after zigzagging and going nowhere all these last years. My goal is to actively participate in it and get to finish the first year of the career.
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Is your chair /comfy/?
Is there any chair you wood buy, during the next available sales?
Any recommendations for fellow anons?
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Can't believe there hasn't been one yet.
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Wow This Is Really Comfy
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/comfy/ movie night?
What would you lads think about setting up a nice weekly movie/anime/whatever stream to get comfy together? I think it could be lots of fun and we could spend some nice time together.
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What are you thankful for /comfy/?
Here's my partial list
>I am healthy
>I have lots of tasty food to eat
>I've got a warm comfy bed
>My limbs all work
>I have eyes, ears, a nose and a mouth
>I can read and write
>There is lots of cool and useful technology I can use
>I am in education
>I have lots of time to do fun things
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Ahoy, comfy friends!
The Infinity Cup
, "the world's most comfiest tournament", is about to begin anew! We would really like it if you could come join us, whether as a team or for the fun of it! https://anon.cafe/icup/
is the place!
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What wood you like to drink?
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There was a chan around late 2012. I think it was called afternoon cafe or something. i've been trying to track down the web address so i can way back machine it.
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Midnight Drinks & Snacks
There is nothing more comfy than midnight coffee with a light snack during some nightly watching or playing. I prefer quick sandwiches so it's usually honeyed and buttered toast, PB&J/PB&H, or bean toast.
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Hello friends, and welcome to /comfy/.
You can post suggestions for the board ITT.
Have fun! ｡^‿^｡
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What's a place you'd like to live in? A home needn't be glamorous or large; above all, it should be comfy.
I like these Middle Eastern style mud brick houses, especially that you can climb on the roof to relax and lay in the sun.
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So for all that keep in touch with virtual youtubers, what is the status of Mira Akari? Is she still popular? I met her twice a few years back and she seems like a nice young girl. Seemed full of life but quirky at times. Just wonder how she has been since it's been awhile. Hope she is doing alright still. TIA!
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is toohoo comfefe?
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Since this is /cafe/, how about a thread of music to relax to with a hot drink while it's raining outside? Here's some Café de Touhou to start.
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good afternoon, I am relaxed
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Comfy films thread
What are some comfy classic films you like? No hollywood ship please.
For me it's Werner Herzog's films, he's a fantastic director.
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What's your favorite album or song to chill out and listen to in its entirety?
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This is a thread for spooky stories you might hear before taking a comfy rest by a campfire. Post horror stories you enjoy or have written before and discuss with one another.
I'll start with a story I'm reading right now in the next post.
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Tendies with hunny mussy, fries and dewie. ;)
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Letting off steam thread.
Come on in, grab a coffee and relax. Now anon, tell us what is bothering you, let it all out. tell us what is stressing you, these are tense times and it is not healthy to keep it all bottled up, so go ahead, what's wrong?
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>haven't talked to anybody outside my family for years
>I constantly truck up with autism/mental retardation and dropped out of hs 2 years ago
>will be 19 in a month with nothing going for me
>eberryday I feel more worthless and incapable of changing anything about it
>I can't even enjoy watching anime or similar media anymore and haven't played vidya for years and don't enjoy anything anymore -tried dopamine fasting which only made me feel even more worthless
>have lost eberry motivation to do anything
I feel so trucking lonely bros when is this ride gonna end
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it seems that late.city is down, anyone know why?
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Any form of art, as long as it's comfy.
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/imbibe/ General - What are you drinking?
I want to shitpost about alcohol. What are you drinking, Anon? Tell us about it! This /cafe/ is licensed, right?
I've been on a cocktail kick lately. I decided to have an apéritif tonight, so I made this gin martini with Beefeater London dry gin, Carpano dry vermouth, and a dash of Angosutra bitters. I considered a lemon twist but ended up garnishing with an olive because I wanted that slightly briny flavour. It's certainly stimulated my appetite, but I think maybe the dry gin might be a little harsh so it might have benefited more from the lemon oil from the twist to perfume it, give it a little less of the one note. I thought that the herbs from the vermouth came through beautifully bitter. Still prefer a Negroni as an apéritif, though.
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Let's get comfy and listen to some soothing music to make the comfy even comfier