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/bant/ desu died, but that's for the best, desu.

Shall we continue here?

>> No.9451   [Delete]   [Edit]

that general doesn't really work here
you might want to check out >>4444444 chan

>> No.9452   [Delete]   [Edit]

It's nice that we're getting daily posts now instead of monthly.

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Dear diary, today I posted desu.

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>>9456

That's a nice desu, but can it match my です?

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>> No.9480   [Delete]   [Edit]

bant sucks desu

>> No.9481   [Delete]   [Edit]

Have you had your daily recommended amount of desu yet?

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burger here ~desu
well hello again, I am glad to see we are populating here instead, sadly no flags. report in?

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>>9482
Britbong here desu

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I wonder if kraut dawaposter is lurking here, if so I summon thee.

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>>9482
Canadesu here

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>>9482
Amerifag here, desu~.

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>>9482
Another Britbong here desu

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So how are things going for you guys?

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>>9543
all is well, things are much slower now that we are back over here, but am still glad we are posting here instead. As well as the nice feeling of being able to look at desuchan at least once a day, and there is at least a new post, I hope the codemonkey will fix the overboard function. https://desuchan.net/cgi-bin/recent.py
it was very useful.

and yourself? also country?

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>>9543
Now I'm a Britbong in France.
And I've made a terrible mistake.

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>>9545
how is the weather in surrenderville?

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>>9546
The weather? Well, I'm wondering how human life exists in this heat, this far down on the globe. France must be right next to the equator, honestly, it's convinced me that tales of human life in Spain are faked. Furthest south I've ever been, I'm going to Iceland next time.

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>>9544
Canada. Things are going ok; just exausted from work and the heat, so I forget to post here as often as I would like to.

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>>9548
I would not think it would be as hot out there, however there is not much of France I know anything about, how is it, how are the sights?
>>9550

>just exhausted from work and the heat, so I forget to post here as often as I would like to.

I know exactly how you feel, the constant strain on my schedule has been interfering with many of my internetly leisure's. however in order to make a decent living those small sacrifices have to be made, its been a tough month, I hope things tend to tone down, it would be nice to get some rest from meatspace.

on another note: the word wrapping sort likes to multiply my first line indentions. sorry in advance for poor formatting.

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>>9551
I'm in more or less the middle of France now, and there are a lot of old buildings around here, like Napoleonic-era farmhouses and gable-roofed houses, and I've seen a few Chateaus. The really awe-inspiring sight was this huge wall around one of the Chateaus. Only Welsh castles can really compare back in Bongistan. And the heat is not as bad now I've arrived somewhere with air conditioning.

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okay, enough slacking on my end, where were we.
>>9552

>there are a lot of old buildings around here, like Napoleonic-era farmhouses and gable-roofed houses.

sounds very far from civilization, I am sure the nights are very peaceful, how far is it from any metropolitan area? I am sure neighboring cities carry a different form of architecture, things are really dull in burgerstan, at least in this area.

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started up, a short visit to /bant/ to see for any stragglers, feel free to contribute to keep the thread going, just going to see how long it lasts.
http://boards.4chan.org/bant/thread/6334989/daily-desu-thread-61

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>>9568
I'm back home in Bongland now. It wasn't very far from a city, maybe a few miles or so? Because it was an older farmhouse, when it was built the city would have been farther away.

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>>9580

>I'm back home in Bongland now.

welcome back, the days have been slow but activity has been picking up here, its a good feeling, the thread from /bant/ is still alive and received -some- good feedback, overall well. anywho, what is in store for bongland? anything interesting. Things have been awfully busy, long days and nights, it can be exhausting but there is going to be a good incentive for it soon, as taxing as it can be. This being one of the few days I have to actually rest, its nice to sit here and lurk over here and to the /bant/ thread and make a response here and there, very relaxing. I am sure you are on the some boat of some sort.

> It wasn't very far from a city, maybe a few miles or so? Because it was an older farmhouse, when it was built the city would have been farther away.

I see, I was looking at images when you mentioned and tried to get the best impression of what you were describing, along with relating it to standard rural areas. Do you enjoy restaurants, were there any?

music.
https://hooktube.com/watch?v=PyL6esZQ8Z4

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>>9581
Things are busy indeed, I can only find time to come here about once a week at most. I don't really enjoy restaurants, so I didn't go to any - my family was with me and they did, they went to a town to do that. It was in a place called Rouffignac, I don't know a ton about it- the farmhouse looked sort of like this, but this isn't a picture of it (I don't think so anyway, it was renovated recently so it could be a picture of it form the past). Also sorry for forgetting an image last post - at least this time I have an excuse.

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>>9583
Sorry for doublepost, I have connection issues

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>>9583

>Things are busy indeed, I can only find time to come here about once a week at most.

oh yes, very familiar indeed, even the occasional visit is always nice, i enjoy the path this thread has been going, its a nice breath of fresh air to be having these sort of discussions, bringing something new to /desu/. it is nice once i find myself not in a bin for time and rest, that i could come here to take it easy, the pace also makes it easier to not have to run into tons of backlog, or archived threads. that being said it would be nice to have some newblood here to come share a bit. Always an interesting thing.

>I don't really enjoy restaurants, so I didn't go to any - my family was with me and they did

I for one am not too much of a big fan of certain public settings, however one thing I found a small charm in, was small pubs, and frequenting it, and absorbing the atmosphere as it changes with time, it has been a while since i have regular-ed anywhere, reaching most towns is quite a stretch to travel and the scenery is minimal, however the privacy and legitimate solitude is comforting.

>Rouffignac

if based on what i am looking at may be in relation to what that name is, the results look very nice, strikes my curiosity of what kind of cuisine can be found there. I dont know much about french food.

>I don't know a ton about it- the farmhouse looked sort of like this, but this isn't a picture of it (I don't think so anyway, it was renovated recently so it could be a picture of it form the past).

if so, that is some powerful greens coming from there, looks relaxing.

>Also sorry for forgetting an image last post - at least this time I have an excuse.

no need to apologize, as much as i enjoy picchas, the reads are always good to see as well. I hope all is well with you.

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>>9584
Thanks mod!
>>9585

>if based on what i am looking at may be in relation to what that name is

Spot on, that's where I went.

>strikes my curiosity of what kind of cuisine can be found there. I dont know much about french food

Neither do I - not an adventurous soul, I just ate fast food over there. Chateaus were the main reason for me, and also a new background behind my laptop screen whilst I binge anime (I was watching Nadia: Secret of Blue Water over there, I loved it).

>if so, that is some powerful greens coming from there, looks relaxing.

Europe was having a dry spell, so it was mainly yellowy-green and patchy when I got there, I don't know whether it's greener usually.There was a swimming pool, and that was nice for cooling down.

>o need to apologize, as much as i enjoy picchas, the reads are always good to see as well.

I like your latest pic, very cute indeed.

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>>9587
I can't believe this. It takes me 20 minutes to post, and I could have sworn only clicked submit once. I'm really sorry.

(fixed again lol)

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I got all this money now and can't think of anything worthwhile to spend it on desu. Why travel to Europe (or anywhere else) if what's there is ultimately just a derivitive of what you've already experienced? Why spend it on a girl if it's impossible to really love her (and vice versa)? Why spend it on an item when it will inevitably break? I can't help but think its all a waste desu.

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once again the freetime has come, hope all is well.
>>9587
hello again, glad you found yourself some time to show some love to /desu/ how are your ventures, hope there is some excitement for you to be looking forward for during your busy times, its always good to find some small time to get a break, overworking yourself can be exhausting but it is a priority.

>Chateaus were the main reason for me, and also a new background behind my laptop screen whilst I binge anime

scenery is always nice, i should venture out more and find these sights, a little more color would not hurt.

>(I was watching Nadia: Secret of Blue Water over there, I loved it).

ah, a 1990 series, it has been ages since i have seen one, did a little reading on it and seems interesting was this a re-watch, how do you feel about it?

>I like your latest pic, very cute indeed.

thankyou, I have a thing for collecting images of suiseiseki outside of her average apparel, a very charming doll to see in other worldly scenarios.
>>9589

>I got all this money now and can't think of anything worthwhile to spend it on desu.

are you a busy person, do you have time for hobbies? Personally as of lately I have been using my finding discovering new forms of entertainment and tech, one being virtual reality. it is quite interesting and like nothing i have experienced before on the internet, it is quite expensive, however if you have the free time, and are into discovering new platforms of communication, its a good start. other than that, perhaps a craft, ever considered perhaps making a doll? I personally would love to do that sadly my schedule does not compliment such a craft, which is sad.

>Why travel to Europe (or anywhere else) if what's there is ultimately just a derivitive of what you've already experienced?

seeing sights is always nice, but you would want to venture a bit further from your norm if you want to discover new sights, and pleasures.

>Why spend it on a girl if it's impossible to really love her (and vice versa)?

as much as i would think relationships are a thing of worth, I only see them as a way to carry forward a legacy and last name. but that is me personally I lost the joy in seeking out closure from others, in the end I have learned that there is no such thing. after my last i discovered that there was nothing more i wanted than the old freedom and joys I had as a teenager on the internet, and have compensated my hard work and funding towards accomplishing these joys, and it has been great. it felt as if living a lie for quite sometime and dusting off an old photo album and finding what you have been missing all along.

>Why spend it on an item when it will inevitably break? I can't help but think its all a waste desu.

everything goes to waste including ourselves, I would seek out finding that thing you really enjoyed and if you have the time and space for it, invest in it. Never too late to find an old joy in something new, even if a simple item or collection. life is too short to not self indulge, especially if you have worked your way to this point where you got it and only seek joy in your profits.

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>>9590
You don't want to advertise on /qa/, /b/, and especially /r9k/. You don't want /desu/ to become a meeting hub / spinoff for those boards, trust Anonymous on the matter.
Those boards are cancer full of obsessed teenagers who think they "own" boards and what not. Plus, advertising Old Meme™ will just make them jerk off each other for how much oldfag they are, it's a self fulfilling cancer, much like how /bant/ jerks themselves off in Discord for posting Cirno with no context other than "remember this old thing?". Most /qa/ posters (I've been on their IRC, and their IRC are the only real userbase outside of driveby crossboarders) are literal teens or neckbeards too, with too much time on their hands while they copypaste old posts from warosu to seem cool and edgy and jerk each other off for how they're spamming the frontpage with inane shitposting.
But why am I arguing anyways? I know that the only people here are from other websites trying to poke on a corpse with a stick. Which isn't that bad, given the origins. Maybe not, maybe Anonymous is exaggerating. I'll just quietly disappear into the darkness and pretend to have never existed...

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>>9591
think you might be confusing /jp/sphere with that siztra discord/irc, hes been doing that for a decade almost
theyre fine people imo

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>>9591
I will take your word on it, i should have thought that through a bit more.

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>>9590

>scenery is always nice, i should venture out more and find these sights, a little more color would not hurt.

I rarely venture out myself, so it was a nice change to be sure. It was easy for me because my family was taking me, I imagine it would be more expensive for me to go to France on my own. The interesting thing is that the wifi there was better than here.

>ah, a 1990 series, it has been ages since i have seen one, did a little reading on it and seems interesting was this a re-watch, how do you feel about it?

It wasn't a re-watch, I was looking at it for the fist time. It was great, taking itself seriously sometimes and depicting absurd situations at other times (like breaking of physics absurd), and despite this disparity managed to have it's own distinct feel and consistency. Absolutely a great watch - perhaps not in my top ten, but definitely up there. The fact that it was from the 90s really is a factor for me, because too much after that and you begin to get CGI, which I find unbearable in most cases.

Since it's halloween soon I chose this pic. Here's hoping I don't doublepost this time.

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>>9596
Next time I'll remember my password to delete it

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Today is my birthday desu~

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>>9599
happy burthdey

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>>9599
happy birthday anon

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>>9599
Happy birthday

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Ayyyy desu~
What happened to /bant/ desu?

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How're things going for you guys this week?

>>9603
/bant/ is lost

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>>9609
quiet, certainly how I want it to remain.

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the time has come, and i found some freetime. lets pick up where i left off.

>>9596

>I rarely venture out myself, so it was a nice change to be sure.

getting out and seeing sights is healthy, and definitely a necessity of a sort.

>The interesting thing is that the wifi there was better than here.

i wonder what that tastes like, suffering the 10mbps life ~desu

good to hear from ya again, it has been a strenuous month. More responsibilities to take up free time, and most of the time to exhausted to do much of anything when free, hopefully things are more calmer on your end, the body hurts on this end.

>>9591

>You don't want to advertise on /qa/

perhaps not a wise choice, however there is a new rozen maiden and I would like to see it get the feedback it deserves.

>Those boards are cancer full of obsessed teenagers who think they "own" boards and what not.

i do admit advertising desuchan is not the wisest idea, and wont be doing that again.

>advertising Old Meme™

i appreciate the "meme" introducing me to RM however that time has passed, i love desu, but I care for rozen maiden, ironic desufagging, sexualizing the maidens, balljoints etc. is none of my concern. it died ages ago, however the fanbase is still alive and well from what I have been seeing, and having rozen maiden as a platform for understanding is something i like. getting too old for the "memer" stuff.

>Most /qa/ posters (I've been on their IRC, and their IRC are the only real userbase outside of driveby crossboarders) are literal teens or neckbeards too, with too much time on their hands while they copypaste old posts from warosu to seem cool and edgy and jerk each other off for how they're spamming the frontpage with inane shitposting.

another thing of irrelevance, i dont care for any of those boards circlejerks and inner communities, or being a spinoff for it, I care for making rozen maiden relevant especially with the new manga.

>But why am I arguing anyways?

these are genuine concerns and i appreciate them.

>I know that the only people here are from other websites trying to poke on a corpse with a stick.

this comment right here is the only one i do not appreciate, I love this site, and will do anything from translation projects to introducing people to rozen maiden, the series means a great bit to me, its only convenient that imageboards and rozen maiden go pen in hand. there are a good amount of users that would not like to see this site die, and i do not want to see it either, if you consider "poking a corpse with a stick" for the "meme" to be alive, its dead jim. but the fanbase, this sites userbase, and former users of this site still care about rozen maiden a great deal, you may have been here longer than I but I do NOT appreciate the efforts others make from drawing maidens, projects and communities for the series, OC creation and overall keeping the spirit alive "poking a corpse with a stick" is beyond insulting.

>maybe Anonymous is exaggerating.

you have the right view, and its appreciated that you shared it.
>>9603

>what happend to /bant/

it was a small effort to have some fun when it was discovered there were rozen maiden fans on that board, so a small deal would host official rozen maiden threads there. however over time it fell apart, but was a fun few months of posting maidens and intermingling with a younger community.
>>9609

>this week

long and exhausting but i am happy to have the freetime to finally respond to some of this backlog.

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>>9613

>getting out and seeing sights is healthy, and definitely a necessity of a sort.

What kind of things do you get to see when you get out and about? Is your area nice for walks? I live almost right next to a farm, with a public footpath running between the fields leading on to an old victorian canal, so walks are nice when I find the time and can be bothered.

>good to hear from ya again, it has been a strenuous month.

I'm sorry to hear that.

>More responsibilities to take up free time, and most of the time to exhausted to do much of anything when free, hopefully things are more calmer on your end, the body hurts on this end.

Things are much nicer for me by the sound of it, I hope things get better for you soon, you sound about ready to retire by the way you're talking. If replying to posts here makes you feel better, then that's good - I know it cheers me up.

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>>9616

>What kind of things do you get to see when you get out and about?

most of what i see is either within the neighboring cities that are mostly divided dry woods and empty highways. I dont get to see much green other than when i get the chance to go to other states. one place i lived had a lovely nature trail i had to take for most of my on foot commutes during my school days, you really do not see much of the seasons where i am now, however there is plenty of sun and nice weather. but can be pretty dull during this time of year.

>Is your area nice for walks? I live almost right next to a farm, with a public footpath running between the fields leading on to an old victorian canal, so walks are nice when I find the time and can be bothered.

those are somethings i wish i still had eventually i will move on to somewhere with more color for lack of better words, especially an are with something like what i used to be around about 12 years ago. I would really like that.

>Things are much nicer for me by the sound of it, I hope things get better for you soon.

its just the usual routine, gets old after a while, but needs to be done.

>you sound about ready to retire by the way you're talking.

oh no i am plenty young and still have quite a few years on me before i would even consider that, its just the endless cycle of almost clockwork schedules that wear me out. I apologize if i come off gloom, not my intention was just sore from a long week.

>If replying to posts here makes you feel better, then that's good - I know it cheers me up.

this is my comfort zone, along with other places. I still have my obsession with imageboards and mingle around new communities, however when i feel i had my fill of nowdays trends on the internet its nice to have a safe haven to discuss topics that normally would not be accepted elsewhere, on that site. this site brings me to a simpler time, and the fact that residents are still here and still have that spirit, is very comforting. as long as places like this and /desu/ exist i feel I will always have this safe little bubble of users that more less have laughed at the same jokes or shared the same images, regardless of how times change elsewhere on the internet.

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>>9613

>i appreciate the "meme" introducing me to RM however that time has passed, i love desu, but I care for rozen maiden, ironic desufagging, sexualizing the maidens, balljoints etc. is none of my concern. it died ages ago, however the fanbase is still alive and well from what I have been seeing, and having rozen maiden as a platform for understanding is something i like. getting too old for the "memer" stuff.

Rozen maiden brings an interesting group together, it is not like many other communities, especially those of wizards, as the series is about rising above neetdom, and moving from it.

>this comment right here is the only one i do not appreciate

going to second this, this place is my home, silent and empty or not, im from here, not elsewhere. This is where I began, and where I return to.

>long and exhausting but i am happy to have the freetime to finally respond to some of this backlog.

anon are you me?

>>9617

>last paragraph

That is something truly amazing about this place, like an old gathering ground.

>>9616
>with a public footpath running between the fields leading on to an old victorian canal, so walks are nice when I find the time and can be bothered.
That sounds so nice, i really must find the local public parks next summer, winter is setting in so long walks will soon be a bit too tough to have.

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>>9613

>i appreciate the "meme" introducing me to RM however that time has passed, i love desu, but I care for rozen maiden, ironic desufagging, sexualizing the maidens, balljoints etc. is none of my concern. it died ages ago, however the fanbase is still alive and well from what I have been seeing, and having rozen maiden as a platform for understanding is something i like. getting too old for the "memer" stuff.

Rozen maiden brings an interesting group together, it is not like many other communities, especially those of wizards, as the series is about rising above neetdom, and moving from it.

>this comment right here is the only one i do not appreciate

going to second this, this place is my home, silent and empty or not, im from here, not elsewhere. This is where I began, and where I return to.

>long and exhausting but i am happy to have the freetime to finally respond to some of this backlog.

anon are you me?

>>9617

>last paragraph

That is something truly amazing about this place, like an old gathering ground.

>>9616
>with a public footpath running between the fields leading on to an old victorian canal, so walks are nice when I find the time and can be bothered.
That sounds so nice, i really must find the local public parks next summer, winter is setting in so long walks will soon be a bit too tough to have.

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>dollchan posted that 4 times
>incorrect password
>cant delete

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>>9622
Fixed. I left one dupe because they had different images :)

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On one hand, I'm happy RM is so niche that it isn't full of cancer memes. On the other, I'm sad that there's so few people, even on the internet, who share my likeness for it.

God forbid you're a dude and someone IRL finds out you love Rozen Maiden; they're likely to just assume the worst.

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>>9623
Thanks! Glad to see you're still hanging around these parts

>>9624
Rozen maidens base is very niche, but also very dedicated. It thankfully creates very cancer free environments. We escape 99% of the cancer of "fandoms"

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>>9624
I dont even give a fuck, most of my friends know im into stranger shit, so something like my interest in RM doesn't phase them at all.
And if anyone did give me shit, fuck em, I dont have to give a shit.

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>>9626
You're damn right!

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once again the time has come to make post.
>>9620

>Rozen maiden brings an interesting group together, it is not like many other communities, especially those of wizards, as the series is about rising above neetdom, and moving from it.

one of the many things i am thankful of when it comes to finding this series in my teen years, it was a very confusing time for me and with the obsession and influence of internet trends polluting my mind it was nice to find something deeper in desu, played a big part in growing out of some past interests that may have not done me soo well in the future, there are no other series i could think of that influenced me in such a way, and kept me from trying to "fit in" with the more popular crowds and kept me where i could be myself, that being the internet and a manga addiction. Now its something i hold on to as an adult and enjoy the fact that i got to experience it, even as much as smile when i see left oriented greens and right reds in everyday items, may sound a bit obsessive even for here but i enjoy the ride that i got on, and glad I still get to share some of that today.

>going to second this, this place is my home, silent and empty or not, im from here, not elsewhere. This is where I began, and where I return to.

i have mentioned before, this site is of great value to me, and its longevity is even greater, it never fails to feel among good company here and that is something that needs to be cherished and held onto.

>anon are you me?

adult life can be exhausting, but it needs to be done. hang in there.
>>9624

>On one hand, I'm happy RM is so niche that it isn't full of cancer memes. On the other, I'm sad that there's so few people, even on the internet, who share my likeness for it.

RM is a major niche, its not something just anyone can just grasp onto, in my view being a desufag is first and foremost a fan of Rozen maiden, even in macros and fanart everything holds a significance to the story, character canon and mutual recognition of most backing behind RM jokes. With a much deeper understanding and love developed in the future, sure most remember desuspam, balljoints and boatlights, but that is very minimal understanding on how a simple meme turned to an influence, from the internet to irl for many people. I still to this day intermingle with younger communities within imageboards and tend to also put a little ~desu into what I do, on other spectrums of the internet rozen maiden is almost like a positive influence for board communities spreading a more mature and fruitful environment, may sound obsessive perhaps carrying it more like an ideology, however it does wonders to users i have introduced it to and using suiseiseki as a symbol of Greens Growth and Reds Love. does wonders to helping growing communities, whether they discover rozen maiden or not.

>God forbid you're a dude and someone IRL finds out you love Rozen Maiden; they're likely to just assume the worst.

the few i have contact with irl tend to know of my hobbies i keep behind closed doors, I am a male rozen maiden fan, to the point of having volumes and a couple figures shelved. I feel no real shame, then again i would not allow anyone outside of that understanding to see such things.
>>9625

>Rozen maidens base is very niche, but also very dedicated. It thankfully creates very cancer free environments. We escape 99% of the cancer of "fandoms"

most will never understand what type of accomplishment it is to have that, most these days are accustomed to dwelling in the cancer spewed out of boards today, and is a shame. One reason i am skittish about bringing desu to newer communities, i would not want something pure to be corrupt by the trends of today, it would be a saddening time.
>>9626

>I dont even give a fuck, most of my friends know im into stranger shit, so something like my interest in RM doesn't phase them at all. And if anyone did give me shit, fuck em, I dont have to give a shit.

thats right. desu4ever!
>>9627
you stay being a great mod and caring for this lovely home.

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desu

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>>9628

>one of the many things i am thankful of when it comes to finding this series in my teen years, it was a very confusing time for me and with the obsession and influence of internet trends polluting my mind it was nice to find something deeper in desu, played a big part in growing out of some past interests that may have not done me soo well in the future, there are no other series i could think of that influenced me in such a way, and kept me from trying to "fit in" with the more popular crowds and kept me where i could be myself

I feel the same way, though I can list three other series that have affected me at this level, but I would never have found them had Rozen Maiden not got me back into anime anyways.

>even as much as smile when i see left oriented greens and right reds in everyday items, may sound a bit obsessive even for here but i enjoy the ride that i got on, and glad I still get to share some of that today.

Haha not in the slightest. I still arrange candies by red and greens separated from everything else. I get that same feeling when I see red and green together.

>i have mentioned before, this site is of great value to me, and its longevity is even greater, it never fails to feel among good company here and that is something that needs to be cherished and held onto.

I still suspect this place will silently outlive 4chan

>adult life can be exhausting, but it needs to be done. hang in there.

Indeed, but its worth it. RM probably kept me away from a NEET life, and pushed me to improve myself and seek success, rather than sitting idle.

>may sound obsessive perhaps carrying it more like an ideology

I literally believe Suiseiseki is an egregore anon. I actually do believe in desu as an ideology.

>One reason i am skittish about bringing desu to newer communities, i would not want something pure to be corrupt by the trends of today, it would be a saddening time.

Absolutely, I really hesitate to share it too wide, I mostly let it share itself naturally.

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Oh heck, Halloween soon, I need to buy red and green candies

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>most of what i see is either within the neighboring cities that are mostly divided dry woods and empty highways.

This sounds pretty comfy, honestly. Empty roads can be nice because there’s more space between the houses for you to actually see something. My part of the town is right were the old Saxon fortifications used to be, so it’s up on a hill, and there’s just 2 or 3 spots along the road that you can actually see the surrounding area over the rooftops to the other hills. Especially nice if it’s a clear evening and you can see the lights from nearby villages.

>one place i lived had a lovely nature trail i had to take for most of my on foot commutes during my school days

Nice. Did it have lots of squirrels in it? I see squirrels all the time where I live, not even just in the more foresty areas either, they’ll happily frolic in trees right next to the road too.

> you really do not see much of the seasons where i am now

That’s a great shame, and sounds quite depressing. Much as I wouldn’t mind it being winter for the rest of my life, I also like to see reminders of the passage of time to remind me that time is moving even if it seems like I’m not.

>oh no i am plenty young and still have quite a few years on me before i would even consider that

I didn’t mean it literally, I guessed you weren’t in your fifties thinking about leaving your job soon. It just sounded a little like what somebody in that position might say, even so I don’t blame you for being fed up with the tedious grind.

>this is my comfort zone, along with other places.

Exactly this. This is the comfiest among comfort zones though.

>I still have my obsession with imageboards and mingle around new communities

I find a lot of dead imageboards, and it makes me unreasonably depressed when I do. I’m not sure I can really explain the feeling very well, it’s not sadness or anything like that, it just gives off a sort of nasty empty feeling.

>i feel I will always have this safe little bubble of users that more less have laughed at the same jokes or shared the same images, regardless of how times change elsewhere on the internet.

I don’t really have anything to add here, just that I liked this statement.
>>9631
Halloween is a comfy time for hiding from trick-or-treaters, pretending you're not home.

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Is this thread for Suiseiseki only (as it is on /desu/)? All the other boards seem to be.. dead. Can other maidens be posted and discussed on this thread? desu

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>>9635
this thread was made in place of the /bant/ desu threads, they are more targeted towards international discussion and over all appreciation of rm, just posted on desu. also /desu/ is open to postings of other maidens as well, just more congregated in one, than multiple threads. as for here if mods don't mind, i am sure it would not be a problem ~desu

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>>9632

>I find a lot of dead imageboards, and it makes me unreasonably depressed when I do. I’m not sure I can really explain the feeling very well, it’s not sadness or anything like that, it just gives off a sort of nasty empty feeling.

Bittersweet perhaps?
The feeling that you are somewhere that once was lively, many came to every day and called their home on the net, now abandoned and empty?

>Halloween is a comfy time for hiding from trick-or-treaters, pretending you're not home.

All I did was mope and fight my mind to not break down %%coming off anxiety meds because your insurance fucked up is a pain in the ass%%

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>>9636

>they are more targeted towards international discussion and over all appreciation of rm

you don't actually believe that,do you?

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>>9638
oh gee, I wonder why it was called Daily Desu Thread.

>you don't actually believe that,do you?

it served two purposes, simple as that.

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Create multiple threads instead of just one

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>>9637

>Bittersweet perhaps?

Maybe.

>The feeling that you are somewhere that once was lively, many came to every day and called their home on the net, now abandoned and empty?

Well, sometimes I question if they were very lively, but I guess. This is one I looked at recently: http://bunbunmaru.com/wakaba/. It's a bit like looking at abandoned settlements after an apocalypse. I feel like so much discussion that before would have been done on various different sites got eaten up into one massive block of general-purpose discussion tools: reddit, facebook and twitter. It feels like this stupid centralisation has left a wasteland behind where people used to go before these things.

>All I did was mope and fight my mind to not break down %%coming off anxiety meds because your insurance fucked up is a pain in the ass%%

That sounds pretty awful. I've got a mental disorder, but I don't feel particularly affected by it, so I feel sorry for you. I hope you feel better at some point. I went travelling again recently, just for a few days to see somebody I haven't seen for a year or so. I stayed in a rented cottage for the night after meeting up, and a day I spent there before going back. I spent a long time just lying in bed looking out of the skylight. Watching the clouds move past in the clear blue sky made me feel like the room was floating in the sky, which was a nice feel. It made me feel really happy, so I thought you might like to hear about it.
Ok so I had to walk to the town centre to get wifi access. I'm getting an open proxy error on my home wifi, so I might not be able to post as frequently in future.



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