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Comfy Jigsaw Thread Anon 03/26/2023 (Sun) 02:16:09 No.4861 [Reply] [Last]
I wood like to invite anyone browsing to come and solve a few puzzles together. Post an image and I will make a jigsaw of it if you want. https://jiggie.fun/comfy
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Welcome to /comfy/ ! Anonymous 12/28/2022 (Wed) 09:08:13 No.1 [Reply]
Comfy is a place to relax. Please be kind and keep the things nice. The rules are: >Follow the global rules >Take it easy >Keep it SFW >No rabble rousing That means no unrelated political posts, intentionally provocative posts, posts insulting someone's race or religion or promoting committing crimes. >No boat rocking That means no uncalled for insults, rudeposting, or instigating drama. >No advertising You can talk about comfy places, but blatant advertising is not nice. Other nice boards: https://anon.cafe/late/ https://kind.moe/kind/ ~>Refuge board : https://wapchan.org/kind/
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Anon 05/09/2023 (Tue) 02:37:28 No.5351 [Reply] [Last]
Post here when you visit /comfy/ Thread #7 Springtime Edition Prervious >>1956
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>>7310 Hope you'll get better anon, take care of you :(
>>7309 I'll try to take some pictures when I harvest them and share them with /comfy/.
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Making friends in this new place I've moved to. Was worried my 'tism wood scare people away. But I've found people who are pleasant to be around, even if they aren't quite on my wavelength. Keep bouncing :D
>>7324 That's good news then, Anon. May your new place become berry, berry comfy for you! Cheers. :)
I miss my anon friend who liked architecture, sports cars, and dark fantasy. I hope you're OK wherever you are.

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Liru the Werewolf Anon 01/03/2023 (Tue) 15:37:42 No.2251 [Reply]
Liru loves us and wants us to be happy! 😊
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>>7038 I've seen a post on /doll/ about this. Glad to meet her :3
>>7038 >>7041 Oh, wait ! It's a full size doll ? It's a love doll ?!
>>2251 OK, but what shall we do to make her happy ?
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Liru deserves our love and respect ❤️ 🫡

Comfy Animals Anon 12/29/2022 (Thu) 14:50:20 No.464 [Reply] [Last]
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>>6654 my dog kinda acts like a cat but is dog sized so the best of both worlds
>>6668 I was going to say that I've found some of the best cats are the ones that are a little bit "puppyish".
>>6693 Canine and feline energy in the same animal is a good mixture. My dog lounges around and refuses to interact like most dogs do (tail wagging, greeting you at the door etc.) but he sits in the room near me like a cat does. I'd call it "aloof companionship". In other way's hes like a dog especially when it comes to begging for food or going on walks. But sometimes I cant tell if he was raised with cats originally because of his behaviour - hes a rescue dog I bought from a shelter when he was 7 years old so no idea what his upbringing was like.
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>>7197 >It's all fun and games until the kitten grows into a cat What could possibly go wrong?

Comfy CYOA Anon 04/05/2023 (Wed) 02:20:29 No.4968 [Reply]
ITT we make create our own comfy adventures
berry cool, thanks

Anon 12/28/2022 (Wed) 22:58:46 No.23 [Reply]
What's you favorite season anon? I usually love autumn for the melancholy feels and the smell of the forests under the rain. Winter is really nice if you have a warm and comfy place to spend time in. I like being outside for long walks in the cold night tho, especially if there is snow. Spring is pleasant, lot of flowers and nice perfumes in the nature. I can feel deep into my soul and my body the rebirth of the nature.
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>>1341 I'd say my build is thin in an athletic kind of way. My body fat percentage isn't at Bruce Lee level or anything though. Now that you mention it, I used to regularly wear long sleeves on sunny summer days when I was a skinny kid. Nowadays I'll usually wear short sleeves on days like that or will sometimes resort to wearing a wife beater if I'm just sitting around indoors. Part of that is due to keeping a dehumidifier running that's made for a bigger area than I use it for, so it really heats things up.
>>23 >I can feel deep into my soul and my body the rebirth of the nature. good. you are true to yourself and the world. Our people will go far. I too love walks in the snow. That gentle crush and crunch from the powder, the eerie silence in the night, the biting cold on your skin to remind you of your humanity. It's truly beautiful. It's really a shame that all the cold places in the US have been overindustrialized and the snow isn't white anymore. I like me some autumn vibes. I ride a motorcycle primarily for transportation and there's no feeling quite like taking a trip down a forested road while the orange and red leaves fall beside you and under your tires as you feel the crisp and moist breeze wash your worries away.
>>1345 This Anon gets it. Shiny-side up bro!
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September approaching. I like this month because it mark the end of summer and the coming of autumn. Hope there will be rain. Nothing more delightful than the smell of autumn rain.
>>7049 The heat is trending down. I hope it's going to be cooler berry soon.

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/comfy/ Videos Anon 04/11/2023 (Tue) 21:53:44 No.5022 [Reply]
Post your comfiest webms, mp4s and others. OCs welcome.
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>>6388 Where I live I never seen the flying ones, and even the crawling specimens, I haven't seen a lot. I heard there a good indicator of environment quality yes. It's always a good moment when nightwalking in summer to see these little folks in the nature.
Hope eberryone's having a good night
>>7094 Thanks Anon. Yes, and hope you are too! Cheers.
>>7094 Clearly not enough sleep and now I'm at work for the entire sunday. But comfy I remain :)
>>6385 I love fireflies but have only ever seen them once where I live. I'm guessing they're not as common here as they used to be. I have seen them in other places a few hours away that are more prairie-like though.

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Movies, shows, anime... Anon 03/09/2023 (Thu) 14:04:40 No.4767 [Reply]
We all appreciate being comfy. Part of the process implies staying at home doing nothing but watching some enjoyable things. ITT we share good watch to spend some cozy moments in front of.
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Watched (again) Lost in Translation this night. Nice movie, slow and aesthetic. It moved me emotionally, even more because last time I watched a decade ago it was a special moment.
>>4819 I like that show too :)
>>4833 For me movies from the '80s and early '90s are like cinematic security blankets, but I find movies from the '20s and '30s to be the most aesthetically pleasing in terms of things like camera work and editing. Eberry decade prior to the 2000s after movies really got going in the 1910s had tons of good stuff to watch, but there's something about those decades I find really appealing.
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Watched this yesterday. For some reason Jennifer Lawrence never fails to portray a struggling woman. From Winter's Bone, the Hunger Games and now this (and probably some other movie from her I've yet to watch). It's a basic but well made flick. Like all other movies from her it always let you wonder what will habben to the characters when the movie ends. Don't want to spoiler anything but it's a worth a watch in my opinion.
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I'm watching Fear and Trembling (Stupeur et Tremblements in its original language). It's based on a book by Amélie Nothomb, a popular french writter. I msut admit I never read anything by her but the movie is berry kino.

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