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Comfy Thread Anonymous 11/02/2019 (Sat) 17:55:29 No. 2176
Post images that make you feel comfy.
checkd very nice
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I'll post some more stuffs later. Some stuff that I find "comfortable" other people might think of as "horrible" tho... just a fair warning. Sometimes I perceive things in a very abstract sort of way.
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hey op, is drawn stuff okie? that's where my favorite's come from.
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This might seem weird, but sometimes I like to imagine a sort of planet where, the whole planet is covered in obsidian (or something like it), completely flat, completely smooth... and it's warm. The air is warm, the surface is warm and the sky is red instead of blue, with these very dark bluish gray clouds... and it just feels... cozy. It's quiet, there's no sound, barely even a whispering breeze, there's nothing there but me, but it's not lonely, it's just... peaceful bliss.
>>3688 (observed) Send invite. It's a fair sized planet, and I don't take up much space. I'll just sit over there. You wont even know I'm here.
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Smelly candles and kitties are very cozy.
>>3913 cozy. candles and kitties are very Smelly
How about some comfy products! When I was a kid I used to have a really big bean bag chair and I would throw blankets on top of it and pretend it was like a mini-space ship like the one in Calvin & Hobbs. :D The seal plush is actually a robot that acts just like a real baby seal and you even have to feed it and shit (charge it). It's like having a pet without all the "having a pet" work that goes with it. I'm not sure if Costco is still selling those 93 inch plush bears or not, but they're pretty awesome. The cat bed looks very cozy, I wouldn't mind having a giant/human version of that. Like instead of having a regular couch in front of the TV you could just have this giant human sized cat bed thing. Lastly, if you want to know what it feels like to walk like a God, take your dumpy shoes, rip out the existing insole and then swap it out with a gel insole and a memory insole on top of it (or vice versa). It's like walking on clouds, like your feet are just enveloped in pure bliss. Oh, also try "lodge socks"... they're like regular socks, but better in every conceivable manner possible.
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>>4610 The quiet, comforting stillness of the aftermath of apocalypse. Loneliness isn't always a bad feeling, there is a certain beauty and calm in the quiet crawling along after a calamity.
>>4627 ...even if that calamity is own dreams and desires, destroyed and laid to waste for reasons of unimportance. Your life may be a train wreck and no one will ever really care why, but who doesn't love watching one just the same? So you might as well make your life's failure into a kind of art... a self-portrait of hyper-realism. How will you paint your life's ruination upon the planet? Give your dreams a beautiful death.
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>>4629 But within the bleak blackness there are shiny bits, glistening and glowing against the dark contrast of crumbling collapse... the embers of fiery passion faded into forlorn memories, eventually forgotten to the future, lost along the way to death, there is no way to get out of your life alive. So enjoy the slow burn, savor the solemn, subtle light of scintillating cinders shining against the disparity of your decaying desires.
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Cozy nature things I like.
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Still slightly high at the moment... I just realized something I find REALLY cozy... like... the stillness you can find in chaos. You know like the feeling you get when the weather is super terrible, like there's a big storm... rain, wind, snow... whatever... but like you're inside, all cozy and warm. You're right in the middle of that horrible chaos, the unrelenting elements that would otherwise end you... or maybe just make you really uncomfortable... but to be protected within that chaos. Whether it's watching the rain from your window, or hearing the faint whisper of a howling wind muffled by the walls around you. The safe stillness of solitude within somber settings. To lock yourself away from the storm, but not so much that you can't tell that it's there. It's that duality, that contrast between the chaos of hell and the stillness of heaven. Imagine looking outside a proverbial window in heaven and seeing the hell raging outside... you see, God didn't create hell... because it was already there. God simply created a salvation ~from~ hell... that is heaven... a house protected, a sanctuary in an afterlife otherwise haunted by eternal torment. It is the joy, the bliss, the love, the gentle longing, the calm, the comfort, the contentment inside us all... those feelings we can turn to in a world otherwise consumed with the storms of hate, pain, suffering, loss, fear, uncertainty, worry, embarrassment... all those things can be muffled and muted by the cozy, comforting structures we create within our hearts and with others. Always remember to look for heaven when you're trapped in hell. You can find it by searching out the lost remnants of your heart's longings. Find what you lost, find what's missing and you'll find heaven, even in this hell on earth that we live in.
I took a nap today and had a dream where I was playing Bard's Tale on an old computer, like back in the day. The only weird thing is that the music for Times of Lore was playing. But whatever, it was comfy!
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>>8107 Ahhh yes, cozy media memories! I have so many fond memories of playing vidya. I think I was pretty lucky to have been born in 1980, right during the first generation of vidya, because what was lacking in graphics/programming quality was made up by imagination. Most vidya these days is increasingly hyper-realistic, where as old school gaming was so simple that your imagination would run wild and you would create all these fantastic worlds inside your head, actively augmenting the experience with your own creativity. Sort of like comparing books to movies. I think that's why a lot of the most popular titles these days are indie and throwback projects, like Undertale, Cave Story, Minecraft, Maplestory, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, etc, etc. A lot of times the simpler the graphics/mechanics the more enjoyable the game, because the more you can creatively invest in it. I think Final Fantasy 2 has the most cozy memories for me. It was the first real RPG I played and really got into and it was during my parent's divorce so I would sort of escape into that world, immersing myself into it and letting my imagination run wild. Childhood escapism is full of cozy, nostalgic memories.
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I can hear the theme music in my head every time I see this, and then I reminisce about all the text adventures that I used to play. Any of you fucktards ever play that one with the creepy flute-playing guy who haunted his family? It involved cold coffee and portraits and a cut-off head in a furnace
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