So freaking comfy. I never get the appeal of big houses.
My ideal house.
1 master bedroom, 1 study, 1 or 2 bedrooms, two car garage, big shed, big backyard for pool and big garden to plant stuff
>doesn't get big houses
>proceeds to describe a big house
Are you meming, lad?
You have a small, quaint, cozy room anon. I personally really enjoy city night views. The bright lights and motor vehicles/sirens in the distance are mesmerizing to me, especially on nights where I can't sleep. I often find myself pouring a glass of gin or scotch, opening up the windows, wrapping myself in a blanket and reading while listening to the sounds of the night. We'd get along I think.
Taken from my bed with my phone.
I use it as a place to put my trash.
Anyone got a room that doesnt look like ed Norton's apartment in fight club? Something truly /lit/erary ? >>7570430 comes close but seems a little pathetic...
I'm sick of these gaudy displays of materialism in these stupid threads
Thanks, I'm in a place of my own for the first time in 15 years, and it's manageable. I thought a lot about not having a computer in the living room and putting it in the bedroom, but the desk would only go there, and I can't use a computer without the monitors. The apt. building is still intact, from the 1920's, no rehabs, glad to have it after living in shitty money pit for ten years. Fuck that house so much. Also, my computer is my TV, I just turn the monitor around and watch from the couch or ottoman.
It's hard-wired into our mind to subconsciously place our sleeping place facing the nearest entrance. Not saying it's a catch-all rule but unless there are practical reasons against it most people sleep head against the wall facing the door.
I know loads of people will respond telling me they sleep the opposite way but it's still a trend you tend to notice.
2/3 bedrooms, two car garage, literally uses the word 'big' three times...
I'm guessing you're American? Not slagging you off just saying that what you describe would be a 'big' house by my standards.
I had a nice desk before I moved countries and had to sell a bunch of shit. This is my $40 Wal-Mart setup until I get a nicer place.
Hey you're not me
Usually I don't dream
Though I did last night
Of a woman I don't know
Green eyed catherine
(Anima? A muse?)
I saw her face so clear
The warmth of her hand felt real
When she held mine and asked me sadly
"Then who's going to write my book?"
Seems /lit/erary to me. What do you think?
The /li/erary lifestyle ≠ the bohemian lifestyle
Is that The Importance of Living near the bottom of that little stack?
Only way to write.
Also OP has legit comfiest-looking place.
I can do the math to figure out what time it is in military time. Besides, I don't know if there's a twenty four hour mode on that clock, and I'm not about to spend money on approval from this board, especially when it's something unnecessary.
Thanks. I didn't draw the one on the wall though, if you didn't notice; That's just a picture I really like that I printed to cover up a recent hole in the drywall from when I pulled off some old tape that I put on the disintegrating wall over four years ago. The wall is disintegrating because that's where the shower hits on the other side, and I guess particles of water are just slowly seeping through.
I sit on the bed and read and write on a laptop.
Not really. I happen to be able to smoke, think, and do something else at the same time so I typically do. Reading, writing, driving, watching something, going for long walks on the beach, and so on.
I don't know if you're talking about the stress or the nicotine dependency, but dat headrush when you haven't smoked in a while... man. Awesome feeling.
Unless you throw up. I've had that happen after going three days on vacation with out smoking and then coming back too hard.
>that room look cozy af desu senpai
I know for a fact that I didn't type 'desu' or 'senpai' Seriously. I typed another dumb meme, granted, one that I've cringed at a hundred times but one that has lost its currency and therefore much of its most irritating qualities. It's the one with the letter T, then the letter B, then the letter H, but lowercase. The second idiotic meme was short for 'family', using only the first 3 letters of that word... There has to be some kind of scripting/filtering here.
not /lit/ just poverty. I know they're often experienced at once, but they don't have to be.
It's so edgy to not take care of your stuff because "I'm an artist, my whole soul is my work not taking care of my shit"
Nothing super special, I need to tidy up a bit, but I like it, it's cozy for me.
Yup. There are no windows or natural light down here, so I mostly completely lose track of time on most days, but I'm a bit of a hermit so I like it. I'm renting out the whole basement of this house, and it's like having my own studio apartment troll cave.
I just got that bookshelf last week and before that all those books were laying all over my desk around where that platform with the towel is. It was a clusterfuck. Now it's a bed for cats.
Books in the bookshelf are here in the other thread that's actually related to topic of this board--