currently raining and storming out. Hot as fuck, but loving the rumbling thunder.
Depends on tastes. One man's Helen of Troy is another man's Tubgirl. I'll look for some of my favs of different types, starting with this one.
That colouring with palm trees has a nice effect.
rofl, i figured it was megaman ending, but I think you are correct. It certainly has that ending scroling feeling to it.
I had the orange one as a kid! I know that feeling too, nostalgia mixes well with comfy. Halloween has always been nice, we just switched candy with alcohol and sluts. A different kind of nice.
>much simpler time in life
I think that is another good aspect of this kinda stuff. Gotta be able to relax mentally and physically to be comfy.
Alright, faggots.. What damn movie is this?
Some oriental film about a girl trying to get across some border. She ends up slutting her self out trying to get in but it doesn't work. In the end the guy trying to help her out shoots her in the head.
Last time i saw one was at college and we were drinking out of it because we had no extra cups. Was pretty ghetto, but made me remember some good Halloween times.
This is my version of comfy, however, the pictures with rain are always so damn relaxing. I especially love >>767523882 I wish I could lay on that bed for hours with a book or game.
Thanks, i added that to my amazon wish list. Very comfy looking and apparently does other shit too.
Glad to see some new content in here anons. Hope you're all having a good night
Edward Hopper has done a lot of famous pieces, including Nighthawks. He gets lighting more than most artists, so his stuff is often very comfy. Check out pic related or any of his paintings of houses.
anyone have a slanted wall loft room and are they as comfy as they seem to be from the pics? Everything I've been in is a rectangular box with no personality.
thanks anon. games have always been my passion so being somewhat surrounded by them is almost therapeutic. yeah TV is a beaut. never owned a Samsung in my life, but this will be my 'go-to' name from now on.
Yes, always a plus. Thunderstorms here so I'm pretty chill, how about yourself anon?
Low chills, but mostly warm with a spring breeze. Tomorrow I'm going on a hike for an archaeology program to a cabin built in the 1850s.
I loved videogames growing up but lost all passion for it around turning 20. Got a ton of old and new games sitting around but can never find the desire to play them. How do I get back into it??
There are some of us who live a more normie life. Even make some money and have a family. Gives you hope, huh?
>Tomorrow I'm going on a hike for an archaeology program to a cabin built in the 1850s.
Sounds nice, take pics if it is cozy looking. Inside and/or out.
Some OC from a little while ago. Looks like a sunrise but it isn’t. Just a street lamp fortuitously positioned. Pretty either way you see it though, I think.
hard to say really. i'll be turning 30 soon and the passion is just as strong as ever. honestly, the best way is to start playing some games that you enjoyed as a child; hit the nostalgia chord, and then find similar new games that play like those ones.
Seems like a good idea. I still have all the old ones I loved. I think my issue is there was a period where it was all about graphics and not story, characters, or game play. Also i got old and didn't like change. I'm sure in the past 15 years there is SOME good stuff.
It's going to be mostly ground level, apart of the forest again. I doubt if I'll see anything higher than a stone hearth. I'll take pics and probably start a thread night though.
Thanks and will do.
Can you imagine cuddles here?
That mess of covers would reek of sex in a week lol
If we had a town (not science station) in Antarctica, it'd probably look like that.
Nah that’s the window in the dining area. We cover the one in the bedroom. It’s a really old building for the area I’m in so it’s got a lot of problems, but it’s also got its moments every once in a while, and I’m happy to share one with y’all.
Posting what I consider comfy photos of the rural county where I was raised.
IDK if others will find them comfy or only me tough. 1/??
I appreciate it. Some anons come in here and get depressed because everything looks to expensive and nice. Some of the pics, yeah, but plenty in this thread are just anons' homes. I tend to see smaller spaces as more cozy anyways. Just get some good lighting, a window and something comfy to sit on and its a start.
I can feel the cool air on my face and hear the leaves dancing down the street.
I really like that classic comfy pic, leather bound books, bottles, hard wood furniture, ect.
Watched and immediately fell in love with the house and setting.
How I want his house....but at the same time have no need for a house with like...3 bedrooms.
Looking at this photo I can smell the place I was raised.
I'd guess its in the pacific northwest. One of my favorite spots, its like a treehouse but its a real house.
>leather bound books
I gladly pay extra for well binded books.
Anyone else getting Red Dawn vibes from this one? lol
what it sound like when the top of the river is frozen and you can hear it running under the ice? muffled to a degree i imagine, but never heard it myself.
Thanks for posting anons, I'm going to sleep as I lost patience with clicking 80543 street signs to say 'looks nice'. Saved some good OC today.
Adams County is right along the Ohio river where the glaciers of the last ice age melted and left lots of big rocks and very rich soil.
You can see how much greener things are there even just compared to a few hours north.
Thanks for taking a look sleep well anon.
I nearly drowned when I crossed a frozen creek once but the thin ice at the far edge broke and I slipped under it into the rushing cold water.
Lucky I caught a root on the bank and a couple of boys saved me.
Winters can be fairly bitter some years with -20 to -30 not unheard of coming off the great lakes but the summers can be hot and almost subtropical
Oh yes one of the classics, if i remember correctly this picture was taken back in 2011, everyone started talking about the suburban life and rain and stuff in that thread, i remember like if it was yesterday...
Ohio right on the river in Adams County.
It's one of the poorest counties due to lack of jobs but that has been a blessing too due to lack of development and its natural beauty.
Despite the low incomes generally there is very little crime thanks to the homogeneous 96% white population.
They like guns, cars, family, and that sort of thing. I'm not religious myself but I can respect the kind of solidarity formed for a community like this.
Also do you live in the UK?
This is serpent mound in Adams County. There are four earthworks in total made by two indian tribes the Adena and the Fort Acient.
This one is a 1,348-foot long snake with a orb in its mouth that lines up with the solar calendar (like the snake eating the sun)
Imagine living in a small hobbit community and every night after a hard day of farming and hunting you all come to this cozy little building in the middle of town and eat a huge feast with all your hobbit friends.