Bots, are we the only people who'll truly understand comfy?
I've discussed this with others (both other boards and the precious few IRL contacts I have) and none of them truly get why images of comfy things make me hurt so much.
But perhaps hurt isn't the right word.
Perhaps it's simply an acknowledgement of a life and experience I'll never have, but that I can so easily imagine that it's absence causes a sort of distress in me.
Or even more, maybe it's less about the actual experience seen in the photo than more about the fact that you know there's a story in it.
The places in the photo imply a story, they imply a person who has their life in so much better order than I do, that they can experience such comfy themselves.
>created comfy thread 4 months ago
>95% of posts were from animefags
>have never seen anime in my life
>I can no longer relate to anyone
Some anime images can encite the comfy reaction in me, such as pic-related from Spirited Away.
But it's not often.
Being alone in public places is probably my most comfy feeling
Absolutely. It's amazing being able to feel comfortable in a public space, its always new and exciting.
You let the last comfy thread die. But it's okay. It's a new day.
Yeah that too. It's a nice feeling.
for some reason the board evokes a sense of comfyness inside of me
I really loved this anime. It was really more clever than it appeared, with the music stopping at times and sad moment being interrupted. I think it was a good anticipatory work, with the media working all the time to convince humane robots are less good than them while they are in fact kind and honest.
I actually liked the movie more than the anime, but I guess both of them tell a very similar story. I'm always into this sort of anime but Eve took a different take to the dystopian/philosophy/morality genre, which was rather interesting.
>I've discussed this with others (both other boards and the precious few IRL contacts I have) and none of them truly get why images of comfy things make me hurt so much.
Isn't "sentimentality" the feeling you're describing?
Other than the knowledge of homeless at best and death at worse after spending all his money to reach these places then have no job there to sustain him or friends there to fall back.
I don't know about you other bots but I don't think I'll ever achieve complete comfy because I feel constantly anxious and even at times when nothing is actually bothering me I still feel like garbage and afraid of something.
That is anxiety. You must convince yourself your fears are irrational.
My paranoia makes me prefer something I have a bit more control over, those windows are too big.
its pretty hard. and it always comes back.
how do you know where lay lines r?
Don't mind him. He'll say comfy is reddit or something along those lines.
>Room is very warm and cozy
>There's a well-built computer hooked up to my monitor
>I have a cup of good coffee in my hand
>I'm looking out a window towards a cold winter's night, the cold only touching my sight and not my body
>You'll never be able to give your life to someone who could take advantage of your opportunities
>You'll never get the chance to show someone how much you want to give, even if you don't know how to receive
>You'll never pleasantly surprised someone who initially underestimated you or wrote you off
>You'll be able to speak without feeling like you're just bothering someone
>You'll never understand what it feels like for someone to want you to come somewhere, to have someone be content or cheered by just your presence
>You'll never feel useful to somebody, knowing that even if they're just using you you at least know that you can have a purpose
>You'll never stop the voice in your head that tells you how broken you are, that says you shouldn't try out for anything because even if you do make it you'd just be stealing the opportunity from someone who actually deserves it
>You'll never be able to give your child a perfect christmas morning
>You'll never see your child grow to be successful and one day look at your wife and say, "We did that, and there isn't anything else exactly like it on this Earth."
>I'll never be able to explain to my parents why it isn't safe for me to have a gun in my place
>I'll never make someone happy
But maybe you will. Nothing is ever lost, except in death.
You're welcome. Remember that the past carries away your mistakes, and you will not have to walk through them again.
I remember you
I saved your pictures