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Welcome back to /comfy/ Anon :)
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Baking, brewing, and cooking are berry 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 shrimple 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 wood have it, the prove went well and the slashes formed up beautifully. I was worried that the crumb inside wood be a little wet but it turned out berry 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 eberry 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 berry good with some parsley and finishing 
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>>7682
Nice keep us updated :)

Now I want to eat a General Tso's chicken.
>>7679
The store had NO oranges. I'll have to do an all out search if I want to get this cake done.
Went to Whole Foods to get lamb because The Mart didn't have any. Never going back, I felt like a soyboy hipster the whole time. Just stay with your local Mart or find an independent farm/butcher that has the meat you need.
Made a lamb lasagna, making the ragu was bretty straightforward but cooking the lasagna noodles was berry tedious, they kept sticking together and I ran out of counter space to dry them off before baking it. But in the end it turned out berry berry good, could definitely taste the half-bottle of wine it called for. If you have two hours to kill I'd recommend making it.
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>>7741
Sounds a nice but a bit difficult thing to cook, I will try it but with beef in place because I don't like the taste of the lamb meat.

Sunday I cooked another pot of chicken mafé (a peanut butter based sauce from Mali) but I was not really satisfied so today I bought some raisins and will add some broth and more pepper into it.

I still have to bae a tatin but I wait a special occasion that may come sooner for that :)

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Springtime Edition
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VOYAGER SOLAR SYSTEM VIDEOS Leaked Videos With Audio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_JIDcoAZBI

Leaked from 4chan.
These videos are from the 1970's. There's lots of UFO activity captured on them. Maybe that is why NASA kept them secret from the pubic for so long.
Remember that NASA means Never A Straight Answer!!!
Be sure to thank the Leakers at 4chan.org/pol/ and look for more there eberry day!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_JIDcoAZBI
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>>7632
I know this is spam, but I guess we can leave it ITT for the lulz? I'll dispose of it properly if you'd prefer, BO.
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>>7590
Internet still broken. They say it will take 15 days to bring it back so they lent me some sort of 4G tiny box you can use to connect your device with wifi. And most of all, by pluging it to the USB port of my tower desktop without wifi, it... IT WORKS. I wasn't aware you can use a USB port like some sort of networking port.

Posting again from the tower feels comfy guys.
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>>7633
Let it there, I was thinking exactly the same XD
As soon as I've seen 4chan + /pol/ + leaked + UFOs I knew this needed to belongs here.

Sorry for late answer, see >>7640
And as we have reached 400 replies and springtime can't last forever...

New thread >>7642

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Yay!
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>>4118 (OP) 
Happy birthday.
happy birthday, anon!
what the heck this is an almost year old thread lol
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>>7051
Eh, I guess it's never too late to wish an happy birthday XD
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>>7052
Its anon's birthday & 2/3rds!

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Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century and now number approximately one billion worldwide. They are the principal means of transportation in many parts of the world, especially in densely populated European cities.

Cycling is widely regarded as an effective and efficient mode of transportation optimal for short to moderate distances.

Bicycles provide numerous possible benefits in comparison with motor vehicles, including the sustained physical exercise involved in cycling, easier parking, increased maneuverability, and access to roads, bike paths and rural trails. Cycling also offers a reduced consumption of fossil fuels, less air and noise pollution, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and greatly reduced traffic congestion.
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>>7005
>and I think if you want a woodcycle, bamboo should be the best option.
True. But those men who created that applied some serious style to their work as well. Look at that curve up from the cockpit to the front fender. And the multi-curve for the main hull frame. Nice work tbh.
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>>7006
Sure they've put some serious work into it. If I had to build a bambike I could not go this far.
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>>7007
If you were to allow for stock wheels and gear system the rest of the bike shouldn't be all that bad.
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>>7008
That's really what I imagined when I thought of a bambike. Now I want to try to build one.
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>>7010
Rattan is another good option for a material. Of course bamboo is probably easier to source locally, depending on where any given anon is.

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Hello, could somebody help me understand the Imageboard webring? Is the project still going on?
I’m berry out of the loop on this
Wait a sec I think I kinda get it now
Basically it's a federation of imageboards.
What is the current state of the project ? I don't know as I don't use it personally. Maybe ask on >>>/meta/

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Hope you're all having a comfy time
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>>5332
A  bit tired because danced like a mad man late night but it's a nice sunday doin' nothin' moment with a gentle spring rain outside. I want to bake a cake but have no fruits (apples wood be great).
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my legs are still sore from exercising last saturday's morning
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>>5343
>that 'you will witness unimaginable man-made horrors' pic
Lol. Haven't seen that one in a while. :)

Just keep at it Anon. It will get better soon.
To follow the tradition and celebrate the spring, new thread >>5351

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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 habben 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
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>>958
But what do I do when I get there?
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>>957
You could have been having an Out-of-Body Experience.
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can someone interpret this dream?
i walked outside my house, it was dark, i was alone. i stood in the front yard and had a coughing fit. you know when you cough so hard that it scratches your throat? it was like that, but i coughed so hard that my uvula (the little pink dangly thing in your throat) dislodged and flew into the grass. i got on all fours and started looking for it. i finally found it, it looked like a slimy piece of bubblegum covered in dirt and grass clippings. i stood up and put it in my mouth and swallowed it, thinking that it wood magically reattach, but as i swallowed i realized how stupid that was and that now it was going into my stomach, and it wood be gone forever.
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>>2652
I couldn't give an interpretation on this one but it made me laughing a bit imagining anon on all fours in the grass searching nervously for his uvula.
There may be an interpretation for all the dreams related to the body, especially when it comes to the dislocation of it.
It remember me a weird dream I had younger, really brief, I was ejaculating blood.
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Decided to take another nap after a rude awakening.
And had another dream.
This time it was me looking up the credits for Elden Ring. 
Some years ago I had finished this eroge called Black Souls where the protag is obsessed with Alice from Alice in Wonderland and is on a quest to look out for her, so this game permeates the dream.
On this dream, credits scroll like normal, but this time there are pictures. And in one of those pictures. There's the knight of this game, Grimm, together with Alice in a carriage while flowers and confetti is in the air. And for some reason, this has absolutely made me shed tears in the dream.
I had talked to someone long ago, and I'm not sure if this is somehow a drawback to what we dreamed about. To grow old together and spend our lives and learn about each other as life goes on. I still believe it.
If that person were to ever see this, I'd still believe in them. But all in all it's all up to them

What are some activities that you find are good for late at night? I find loneliness hard to keep at bay and thus difficult to relax.
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>>4999 (OP) 
Watch the sun set and nightfall cming, it gives me tranquility. Watching the starry skies and te moon is also comfy. I have seen it for decades but it will always remain comfy for me.
And I am single too.
>>4999 (OP) 
On the contrary I enjoy a lot being alone at night. I listen music, watch movies, read books, play a little vidyas and "day"dream a lot. The night is my own personal kingdom, I cherish it a lot.
bit of a goofy video, but the song itself is nice and right on-topic.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EL0pTo9Z_XU
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>>4999 (OP) 
Just an idea for a late activity : >>>/late/125
smoke a joint and listening music or reading a book.

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Comfy tattoos
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I'm quite skeptical that tatoos are berry comfy.
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>>4975
Same here. But if OP find them comfy, why not...
>>4970 (OP) 
You got tattoos yourself anon ?
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>>4975
To be fair tattoos are painful. Especially big full color ones.
I could have slept through the 1.5 line work session. 
It was like scratching an itch compared to the full color session. 
It felt like I’d been mauled by a raccoon half way through my 4 hour color session. 
I believe it was the short break I took. 
I think the human body can tolerate one round of pain. 
But once your body goes into recoberry mode it’s time to stop.
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>>4980
So the comfy moment when you get tattoed is basically when tattoing stops. Indeed tattoos not certified comfy. I know some fellas that find fulfillment through the pain received during tattoo tho but as they are into BDSM cacas it not a valid argument.
I personally have some little ones on my hand I made myself long tmes ago with india ink and a sewing needle. It was not painful but not really comfy, although I enjoyed the moment in a certain way.
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>>4981
Actually I sorta said the opposite. 
The tattoo is actually kinda satisfying early on, when your adrenaline is rushing to brace for the pain. 
 The healing process is the worst part, because you have to keep it clean or suffer from an infection. 
Even the small ones are itchy and tempting to scratch.

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