one more /s/fur thread before shut eye
give a dragon girl a lift and a kiss while you're at it
Not too bad, watching supernatural and killing time talking to the girl working on my sona.
Just a husky, nothing too special. The first draft for the fur design and colors wasn't really me so she's working on redoing those parts. I'm trying not to rush her since she's doing it for free but I want to commission our sonas together.
Nice, you can never go wrong with a pretty husky. Even better that it's free.
I'm packing it in right now
somebody take over for me
Mellow out, man
Yeah, I really don't deserve it. I think she's doing it for me because she has a thing for me but I'm kind of gay. She knows that but I don't really know how she's taking it because I'm shit at reading people. One of her sonas here for an art example.
Well it's a nice gift anyway. One of these days I'm going to commission my black flying fox fursona, but I'm really bad at talking to people I don't know or outside of here. It feels weird talking to another furry I don't know about making a fursona, I have social anxiety.
Same, but it would probably be easier with a tail and the fact that you wouldn't have a dick.
I have social anxiety too but she was pretty forward with me. I was gonna do a fun commission with the pair of us as a reward.
best husky i have ever met
prolly 3rd or 4th best dog we ever had
this is s/fur...
i posted a dude
Pretty cool, sounds like a nice trade.
Absolutely beautiful. Huskies will always be my favorite doggos.
I'm pretty good at multitasking. I'm playing Breath of the Wild with a full map on one monitor, and posting sfur on my main monitor.
Not a bad trade but I still feel bad because she may still like me and I don't know if I can like her like she likes me.
Yeah I see what you mean, it's a bit harder for me to fap and do other stuff.
Then try telling her that, but in an easy way. Just say you're not really into girls in a less direct way as to not let her down too much. I've had to do that a few times with guys because girls don't like tiny, girly fags like me, only other guys. It sucks honestly.
I've told her I'm unsure about how I feel but I'm unsure if I want to close that door because I still don't know if I could go full gay.
I get you what you mean. I guess just go with it for a while and see how it pans out, and decide when you're ready.
I guess, but it's been nearly a year and I don't want to be stringing her out.
That's a decent amount of time, but still, do it when you're ready.
It's up to you. If you want my opinion then I'd say work up the courage to tell her anyway, and that you're not completely ready to decide. Honesty is the best policy.
My face is peeling like a fucking snake because I got so sunburnt on Sunday at the car show. Damn Irish genes, always pale like the vampire I am, yet I only burn if I'm in the sun for more than an hour.
Hey, Jesy. How's it going?
True, guess I should.
Ouch that sucks, RIP those Irish genes.
hey, dash. not good, not bad either. how are you?
you should use sunscreen, bat boy
I'm alright, just playing more Breath of the Wild.
I kinda thought about it, but I didn't think I would burn so bad since we were only out there for 3 hours, and it was like 70°. Fuck my life.
do you launch yourself with trees n stuff at all?
skin starts to burn after 15 mins
especially here in ausfag land
sunscreen is a must to protect your beautiful skin
can't get too much of that D
I sleep in them while hanging upside down on branches.
Sucks, man. I can't tan for the life of me, only burn.
Usually it does for me too, but it wasn't too hot. That's why I was surprised at how burnt I got in 3 hours when I didn't feel that hot at all. Just my luck.
the worse part of loving that much a game is when it's over. that sense of emptiness is just overwhelming
3 hours is plenty of time for getting sunburned. being the pale faggot that i am, kinda know how you feel
heat doesn't matter, it's the suns uv output
weather reports here usually mention the uv index, and it's often very high
i'm surprised i don't get burnt while driving tbh
This is a huge game though, there's so much to do. I like to do 100% in games or as close to it as a I can, so I'll have a lot more time to explore and collect everything. I'm also playing Dark Souls 3 every now and then too, so I've got plenty of time to play until I need something else to entertain me. Which reminds me, I haven't been playing guitar or bass much either, I need to do that so I don't get too rusty.
Yes, I know. I figured I would get sunburnt since it was clear as can be, but I just didn't expect it to be as bad as it was. It didn't even start showing up until hours later, and by midnight I looked like a lobster and my skin was stinging bad enough that even with my very high pain tolerance I couldn't ignore it anymore.
God fucking damn it, I meant to take a shower but I got up so late that I lost track of time and completely forgot. I'll have to make sure and do it as soon as I can tomorrow.
Because it's 3AM and my grandma is about to go to sleep.
shows you don't get out much lmao
but neither do i
it usually happens after the fact
can catch you out
there are tons of awareness raising adverts up here because skin cancer is quite prevalent in north qld
you can also play skyrim if you like rpgs. speaking of playing guitar, i havent used mine in forever :/
dash learn how to launch yourself and especially learn how to cheese 30 minute triple speed food and mebe whistle sprinting...
night jesy, i dont think i ever said hi to you
you too johnson
youu too law (also maybe with the hi problems)
youuu tooo anons
No, I don't nor do I want to. I like being the pale vampire I am. Fuck the sun, I like the cool, calm and quiet night.
Well for one I use her bathroom because my dad and his gf use the entirety of what's supposed to be ours, so it's too close and too loud and I couldn't shower anyway.
Usually yeah, we're night owls, and I sure as hell am.
My friend learned the whistle sprint like 30 minutes after playing it, shit's great.
Sleep well, E man.
Vampires are fucking awesome. And so is Slayer.
Kek, nah, I do use the bathroom at night of course, but I take really long showers, usually an hour. Also I like not having to be super quiet when using Rex.
True but I haven't taken one in like 4 days when I don't like going more than 2. I'm a very clean person and don't sweat much at all so I smell fine, but I just don't like it because I'm a bit of a germophobe.
I like my long showers, and really enjoy being in water in general. To me it's very peaceful and serene. I'm disconnected from everything, and can essentially meditate and just be alone with my own thoughts while feeling the warm water on my body. I really wish I had a pool or something for that reason, and if I do go with my family whenever they finally move to Florida I'll be surfing every day which I've always wanted to do. I'll just have to be very careful and put on lots of sunblock.
Really the only thing that makes me feel that way and meditative is being with animals, and especially with and riding horses. There's something special about having a connection with such a large, majestic creature, and it trusting you enough to ride its back. I really wish I had one, and that's one goal I'm most definitely going to work for whether it takes me 5 years or 15.
And I say this while listening to Slayer extremely loudly, kek.
Meh, I don't really talk about that stuff I guess so I just felt the need. People don't seem to appreciate meditating enough, and just relaxing and finding something that truly brings them peace. I think it's important to do that and escape from every day bullshit occasionally, it's quite beneficial to one's mental health.
>escape from every day bullshit occasionally, it's quite beneficial to one's mental health
Well it depends on what it is. If it's just playing video games or something that simply brings you joy or to pass the time then that doesn't count; I mean true meditation and serenity, like being in the mountain away from everyone and surrounded by nature which is another for me. You can never meditate too much, and I could spend all my time in the tranquil mountains or in a nice pool or lake then going back to see my pretty horsies. I may be a pretty extreme person at times, but on the other side of that is how I can be very chill and serene as well. People don't appreciate that enough it seems.
it's just not for everyone. i just can't forget all my problems and have my mind serene, for example
if it gets in the way of life, then it's too much. not everyone has all the time in the world to kill
photography is my meditative outlet. it's calming to be out in nature. astro-photography is my fav for that reason. though it's hard to separate myself from life. ever-present deadlines are always looming, etc. but that's what holidays are for
You absolutely can; you simply have not found what brings you true peace. Nature is what does for me, and likely you as well if you go to the right places and find it. Peace does not simply come from an object, but within. You have to find peace internally, and having the right setting can make an incredible difference yourself, mental well being, and perception of life.
True, but I believe it's more important to focus on one's health and finding genuine appreciation for life, and not working all the time just because society tells us so. Make that time if you must. But that's just me.
Photography is neat. My mom loves it, but I'm not very good at it. I suppose I haven't really been to the right places and seen what really does it for me. I gotcha, but try and do so whenever you can. Try to not think too much about all the work and shit you have to do, but what really makes you the happiest.
Man, I'm starting to sound like a hippie like my parents now. It's amazing what this medication has done for me. I'm incredibly balanced in such a short time, I was the complete opposite 6 weeks ago.
mental well being is something that i think i won't going to have in my life. thanks, mom's genes
>True, but I believe it's more important to focus on one's health and finding genuine appreciation for life, and not working all the time just because society tells us so. Make that time if you must. But that's just me.
can't really meditate if you're homeless doe
one must focus on work/study & life first, otherwise the outcomes won't be positive.
> Try to not think too much about all the work and shit you have to do, but what really makes you the happiest.
which would to be wealthy, and have little financial or other stresses, which would be conductive to living in a meditated state
being broke isn't exactly doing much for me spiritually
Jesus, she is like 8', and voluptuous as fuck and looks pretty feisty at that. What a great image.
Then I agree to disagree. I strongly believe being physically and mentally healthy is far more important than making money and having a job. Sure it's important to have a house and some money, but is it really better to slave over something to make money for someone who's making far more money than you, and probably isn't any bit happier? That's no way to live if you ask me, you as a human being are far more important than some rich prick who thinks they're better than you because they have more expensive things. That's precisely why I've waited so long before getting a job and going to college. How am I going to do hours upon hours of work if I'm not even happy? That's just my take on life.
>a little bit suicidal
If you are even close to suicidal then you are not in the least bit stable.
what i'm saying is you cannot walk through life without doing those things. unless you get on the dole and be a bottom feeding bogan. money may not buy happiness, but to live in a modern society it's a necessity. i will find happiness once i'm in the position to do so, i.e. financially stable. work doesn't always need to be hell. plenty of folk enjoy and take pride in what they do. why should i care about my boss and how much they make, if i'm in a position where i'm happy with what i have?
Do it faget. It's well worth it. I was just about to take some myself, it's been a few days.
I just see things in a different way I suppose. I think it's important to have balance in everything, and to look at life positively while trying to stay happy and not overworking yourself. I know it's ironic coming from me, but my whole life I've had to deal with a lot of bullshit so I haven't been able to find that balance at all, so finding the right medication has really changed my life. It's a turning point for me, so I guess I'm just trying to help others find that happiness and balance as well.
the point was making is that too much isn't beneficial. balance is key, i'm not against it at all. everyone should create time for happiness, but it shouldn't serve as a detriment to other aspects in life otherwise there's not much point.
i think i'll pass
maybe, my head always a concentration of white noise and ideas opuestas. i think that's the best way of describe it. what really makes me happy is stability, changes are scary for me
Changes are important because stagnation is what leads to depression. Trust me, I know. You need change every now and then or you're never going to be happy. I've done nothing and tried nothing my whole life, and now because of this medication I'm able to not only play but actually enjoy video games again, and am playing guitar and bass more. All because of a little pill that I never had much hope for I'm more stable than I have ever been, and that is a tremendous change that I'm grateful for. I almost want to cry because I finally feel happy again which I never thought would happen.
it sucks, but dash is right. changes are important. i think we just need to ignore that voice that is always telling you that everything will go wrong
don't count with me. imma take a shower and then sleep
you're talking to a plebian tier pass-less poorfag here
two posts per captcha @ 90 sec
rip me, and my poor little microsoft mouse
finals always suck
glad i only have two this semester
honestly good luck cramming
get plenty of sleep, even if it cuts out some study time
depression sets in when there's nothing to look forward to. i do know this all too well. for now, i just gotta tough it out until i graduate.
ni ni jesy
I'm glad you see it that way. I actually cried tears of joy when I realized just how much different I am now, and I'm still having to hold it back. It's been 16 years since I've felt truly, genuinely happy, and that is an absolutely incredible feeling. I know it wasn't just the pill itself, but also my confidence in it, and consistent positivity that has helped so much. I'm going to thank my doctor at my next visit because he deserves it.