DAE feel like that?
I have been (more or less) regularly browsing /out/ for 1-2 years now, occasionally posting in some gear thread (mostly double-use stuff like backpacks, watches), and I find it super fascinating and exciting to follow the threads.
But tbqhfam i've never even sleep outside in my life.
I just find it super comfy to read from my comfortable armchair in my air-conditioned house about people doing survival, prepping, etc.
Full disclosure, I *have* travelled a lot (way more than avg), lots of countries, lots of backpacking.
Just not into nature.
Am I missing out?
يابني انا مش فاهم يعني ايه المشكلة كس امك، ليه لنت كلمت عم الله؟؟؟؟
ولو انت همروح جوجل ترنسليت دلوقتي، انت ترنس
I have to say with all honesty that women are really not appreciated on this board.
This is a male space.
Please respect that anon.
Nah, I actually get /out/ quite a bit and really enjoy it.
I mostly come to /out/ for giggles, though I've been spending a bit more time on since I hurt my knee and have to stay /in/ for a week or so.
a term popular in the "redpill" and "manosphere"-type blogs/websites referring to men who don't marry or something like that
it doesn't have anything to do with /out/ either way so we might as well call it CANCER
You sleep in youth hostels (bring earplugs) and when you've seen everything in town that your Lonely Planet tells you to see you take the train or bus to the next one. It's a common term for a common activity.
>it doesn't have anything to do with /out/
It sure does have to do with /out/
Getting /out/ is the best escape from feminism there is.
Some of us here are thinking about doing it full time.
Nobody is not into nature. There's something mother nature has for you that you'll love.
The sound of the wind th5rough the trees, the sounds of birds chirping, the smell of the fresh water, relaxing and watching wildlife be wildife, laying in a tent and hearig the coyotes scream in the night, the nip on your nose jack frost gives you, catching that walleye, lying on a rock in the sun and taking a nap, walking thru the woods and watching the critters scampering, sneaking up on a grouse and scaring the piss outta it (or it startling you if he gets the jump, little bastards), or even just sitting at a picnic table with friends getting drunk and playing an acoustic guitar till the night rolls in and your singing around a fire.
You'll find something you love, you just gotta look!
what happened to the big get?
getting a little sick of too many mods areound here these days tbqhwy
I'm only 20 and have lived in Philly my whole life. I lurk here and it fucking sucks knowing I have to live here. I wish I owned some fucking land or knew where I could go hike around here. fuck this city its a shithole.
1) get drunk
2) talk to randoms. You'll make friends, or just have someone to pass time with
3) have a campfire. It will attract people. One hostel i just started a campfire alone on a nice night and had a few beers. Throughout the night, more and more people came to have some drinks and talk.
4) read. I bought some /out/ related books to read. Also, i enjoy reading manga, so some nights i did that. (don't judge, I'm a kid on the inside)
The main thing to remember : (mostly) everyone is there to travel/sightsee/explore, so talk about that. Ask what trails people hiked. Tell them what you've done. Share any helpful info you know. Be friendly and they'll be friendly back.