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 No.1116343[Reply]

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*glitter noises*
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>>1116543
Haha! Oh my god, these are amazing! :coco1::amare5:

 No.1116704

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>>1116703
they are!

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>>1116543
I want Damp as my starting pokémon.


 No.1115688[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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The interesting thing about the life and times we live in is it feels like everyone is branching out and trying out new things and expanding their skills and experience. Kind of a silver lining to a lot of what is going on. In my case, I started expanding my cooking skills and began doing home brewing of mead. It's actually rather nice all things considered.

So let's get together to drink about whatever tickles our fancy, especially if you started making your own tea, and talk about anything and everything on our mind and what we've been starting to get into
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 No.1116754

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>>1116743
we done half the year. it goes far to fast. and summers here!

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>>1116754
Is this thread at its post limit?

 No.1116794

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>Plan to make Tuna Mousse for dinner according to recipe book
>Drain oil from three cans of tuna
>Okay done
>add creme fraiche
>Okay done
>Add some smoked salmon
>Okay done
>Blend it all together
>Blend
>I don't have a blender
>I didn't read the full recipe when I bought the recipe OR when I started mixing it together
> Was actually planning to buy a Blender earlier today
>Forgot to do so because I was making a CBR video


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 No.1116487[Reply]

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uuuuuuuhhhhhhAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHJH
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 No.1116529

>>1116521
This was years ago. WITH a doctor's recommendation, which is the only way I can afford it. They each came up with a "potential" diagnosis, gave up, kicked me along to the next guy, and then after a year were like "Well you're fucked, we can't decide, so don't let the door hit ya where the Lord split ya, bye forever."

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>>1116521
>mental health systems suck.
I take matters into my own hands.
Though I do see a psychologist as required by court.

 No.1116604

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>>1116529
Did they at least teach you any skills?

>>1116551
Sucks, but maybe for the best.


 No.1116387[Reply]

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Bout to have my first consultation with an endocrinologist about HRT.

Here's hoping it goes well
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 No.1116402

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>>1116401

I'd rather not.

I'd probably ruin my ability to take comfort in it if I tried doing anything for comfort right now. That's just how my stupid brain works. I'll do it again and remember the time I was trying not to feel like shit and cthen it will always remind me how I felt shitty when I did it.

The only things that actually always bring me comfort are the very things that got me in this mess in the first place.

 No.1116404

>>1116402
My apologizes.

I can relate at the very least.

 No.1116409

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>>1116404

That's okay.


 No.1116403[Reply]

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An old book I once read asked the question, "why do people read fiction?" Then, as today, the prominent answer is for the sake of escapism to a better world. But today, just as back then, there is something strangely unsatisfying and shortsighted with that answer. In most of the reading groups I've been in if somebody reviewed a book saying "I thought I would never feel joy again by the time I finished it" then we would all feel compelled to pick it up! And if we didn't feel like curling up and crying after a binging session we'd feel cheated. Some of the most beloved stories in history are absolutely heart wrenching. People crave exploration and connection. Fiction offers a way to explore a world that we don't have prior knowledge of, and the stories within give us people who we can empathize with. When they are sad we can feel sad with them and when they succeed we can take part in their joy. But the author had a point that I have found more compelling as streaming services and binge TV have become dominant. Stories end. After the most devastating loss a person has when they feel like they'll never feel anything but sorrow again, there still comes a time when they'll start to feel hunger, or a need to go to the bathroom, or simple fatigue, and the realities of their body and their real life will overpower whatever devastation they have, and whatever residual pain they have is not relevant to the stories of people they love. In a story everything may culminate towards one disastrous conclusion, so that even the framing device that the entire world is understood through comes to focus on that point, until finally it ends, and with the end of the story's driving emotional forces the entire universe ends.

When you get down to it almost all stories are emotional manipulation. You are supposed to feel good or feel bad or at the very least feel invested in something that is not even real. There is, however, an understanding that this manipulation serves a purpose. This purpose exists across disciplines and is what many of us come to understand as "art". Both this purpose and the concept of "art" are vague, difficult to define phenomenon of emotional attachment to some representation. Black ink splotches on paper that makes you cry yourself to sleep, a combination of sound chords that make you feel and think things you can't otherwise, a game that makes your heart palpitate and blocks out the world, colorful squares on a canvas that you can't quite placPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.1116407

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As you said the release is the point.

An unending crescendo dilutes the power and meaning to nothingness.

As I told you in private I enjoy the serialized radio dramas for this reason.

 No.1116408

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>>1116403
One of the best threads I've seen in a while.
It's an honor to have stumbled upon this.


 No.1113750[Reply]

As with the springweather I found a longjawed orbweaver making its home prominently amidst the foliage of my home,
I feel it might be time for another thread built around all the encounters we'll be having this year with these 8 legged creatures around the house and the yard. or on our walk into the woods.

Have you been noticing any lately?
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 No.1115093

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Found  smaller spider in my bathroom sink.

Decided for now to keep it inside a plastic cup and observe it a little

 No.1115585

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https://newsthump.com/2019/09/06/woman-ties-bell-to-house-spider-to-prevent-it-from-sneaking-up-on-her/

This one does come with a visual spider warning. Nothing too excessive, but you're warned.

 No.1116309

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I think I caught myself a coffee bean.
There's one under the hinge of my front door as well.


 No.1115606[Reply]

Got out of bed this morning, I didn't sleep at all

Today I'm makin' history, I'm pickin' up my call

I'm going into space, man, don't know when I'm comming down

But I'll send you all a message when I'm passing my old town

So tell me, why is it, we're never happy?

Everybody wants to be an astronaut! And take the long tall trail into the stars!

Everybody wants to show a brother what they got!

Everybody wants to be an astronaut!~
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 No.1116274

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>>1116252
I have not slept...in seven years!
>>1116253
Oh my god, that would be awesome
>>1116260
Hi Wheat!

 No.1116275

>>1116274
It would be beyond awesome! <3

 No.1116276

>>1116274
Well too bad!


 No.1114891[Reply]

^
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 No.1116049

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>>1116048
Hey

I was looking for it, but couldn't find it earlier today.

Thank you for reminding, almost thought it was not available locally.

> cheaper animation
The ponies still can look pretty amazing, though there's definitely stuff that is totally off.
Like those smoothies. They look more like gak than some kind of beverage.

 No.1116053

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The story was bunk. Like what, they can't have a disagreement ever without breaking the magic?
It has it's charm.

I am also curious how they'll be handling the next part.

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>>1116048
>>1116049
The models look great, but the animation looks like marionettes of the Jimmy Neutron variety.

>>1116053
That must be why they separated the gems to begin with!


 No.1115544[Reply]

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What's one of the last things that you've watched and/or read that you'd like to tell peeps about?

For me, I recently went through the crime drama 'Reacher' on Amazon Prime, and it's quite great. An ex-military giant of a man gets sucked into a small town murder investigation that snowballs into a matter of international criminal conspiracies. It's thrilling.

What about you other peeps?
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 No.1116088

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Re-watched the original comedy film 'Rush Hour' not too long ago. It's amazing. Jackie Chan is a delight. Need to see more with him, for sure. Goodness, he's been in too many movies to count.

> https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3rwaff

 No.1116089

>>1116088
Man, been a WHILE since I watched any of those.

Ever watch some of Jackie's "real" kung fu movies? Cause those are a spectacle.

 No.1116090

>>1116089
I've tried. Specifically, I quite enjoyed the 'Drunken Master' film, if I remember right, but I think I was a preteen when I saw it. Need to find a place to stream it now.


 No.1114297[Reply]

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ITT: Reaction faces
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 No.1116087

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Just made this today:

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 No.1115997[Reply]

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Do you ever think back at stuff you were really into, but now that you're older, you're pretty sure you were into it but can't really recall what other stuff you were doing at the time?

Like
"Man, I remember playing that DOS game when I was younger but was I in 4th grade? Or was it in second grade already?"
Or a trip you made or hobby you were into, but it's kinda fuzzy of when exactly you did it cause you can't fit it into the timeline of your life?

 No.1116005

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Probably.

 No.1116017

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There's a running joke in my family about specifically me, that anything I know happened but I can't recall specifically when, happened when I was four years old; when I was younger than 15 this was the age I recalled most fondly, and so I tended to guess that any fond memories occurred during that year.


 No.1114506[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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will you soon go on an adventure?? c: what kind? adventure!!
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 No.1115736

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>>1115696
I'm trying to go everywhere all at once

 No.1115925

>>1115736
Sounds like the fuel costs would be enormous.

 No.1115993

>>1115925
Good if I make it sound like that.


 No.1115974[Reply]

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I made a thread, and there's nothing you could do about it.
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 No.1115977

>>1115976
But *I* have the power of being obnoxious

 No.1115978

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>>1115977
I don't wish to compete, but feel free to try the cookies in the lobby.

 No.1115979

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>>1115978
...okay fine, I will take some cookies

You have staved off my rampage for now


 No.1115843[Reply]

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R.I.P. to Colin Cantwell, the famous wiz kid of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA who went to be a designer for the original 'Star Wars' trilogy, who helped create the iconic first Death Star in particular:

> https://www.npr.org/2022/05/23/1100829872/designer-x-wing-star-wars-ships-died

Anybody here watch anything interesting in terms of conflict in space? Find anything fun to read? Come across any interesting artworks?

I'm looking forwards to the Obi-Wan Kenobi television film a lot, myself!

 No.1115877

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RIP.

I still need to watch a lot of movies.

 No.1115880

>>1115877
I can't imagine how cool it would be to both work for NASA as well as design fictional spacecraft. What a life.

 No.1115882

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>>1115880

Why not do it?


 No.1115452[Reply]

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So ...

Tommorow I am finally going to be talking to a therapist about starting hormone therapy for gender transition.

But despite looking forward to this, my stupid fucking brain won't let me feel anything other than stressed out about it ... full of self-loathing at the fact that I could barely get to this point without a ton of emptional support from my regular therapists ... full of self-loathing and frustration over the fact that I am getting scared of making such a big change in my life, like I am overlooking something really important or like I'm going to fuck something up in a really consequential way (even though I can't identify how) ... and full of self-pity and regret that I couldn't do any of this years ago when I originally wanted to and hating myself for being crippled with fear for so long.

Why the fuck can't I just be happy or excited? Why can't I just focus on the positives for once in my fucking life?
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 No.1115684

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>>1115452
I suppose it's just not how your brain is used to thinking,  and it may take some time to teach it how to be happy again.

Here's a cute birb.

 No.1115735

>>1115684
What a cute Pygmy Falcon

 No.1115840

I wish being transgender didn't involve such, well, work to it... laser hair removal... voice lessons and possible modifications to the vocal chords... additional surgeries upstairs... surgeries downstairs as well... all kinds of skin treatments... wigs... make-ups... psychological counseling appointments... it goes on...

It's almost as if it should be subsidized, like being a farmer or something, kind of?


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