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No. 67520[Reply]

It's time for a waifu thread. Post your 2D wives on here. No 3D disgusting pigs.
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No. 99209

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>>99159
YES! I love Korra. Tan skin and fit body is my ideal irl

No. 99211

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I love her

No. 99212

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Hamyuts Meseta, from The Book of Bantorra.
The anime/novel is really unexpectedly cool, but her… her, lord.
She's so fierce, strong, cruel yet so sweet and playful. So misterious and determined. Smart, childish at times.

I had an hard time choosing between her and Shiki Ichinose, in the end chosed Hamyuts because she's everything I would like to become.

No. 99226

>>99212
>actual adult features despite anime
>looks fierce
>long black hair
>big bewbs

Oh shit that's my type, gotta watch that series now.



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No. 72052[Reply]

Not trying to force any muh tradwomyn stuff onto anybody, but does anyone else genuinely enjoy home care/cleaning, etc? We can also discuss interior design!

I'm not a mom yet, but I've been going to this lady's site for a few years now because I enjoy her cleaning recipes: https://wellnessmama.com/?s=cleaning

The recipe section leaves much to be desired, but her makeup recipes also aren't too bad. Not even gonna venture making that foundation though.

I'm very fond of those dryer satchels that can be made by sewing some fresh lavender into the pouch. Its a nice alternative to dryer sheets. I also have experimented cleaning with a concoction of apple cider vinegar and tea tree oil. I've found that lemon juice/oil does cut through grease and lavender oil is potent enough to kill staph. Plus, its a great antibacterial and its even used in hospitals to this day. I began to use natural cleaners after I had a bad reaction to bleach fumes.

Also, do you prefer incense or candles?
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No. 97827

prefacing my post with this:

>Not trying to force any muh tradwomyn stuff onto anybody,


but i genuinely enjoy being "domestic" for other people. whether it's for family, friends, or my boyfriend, it makes me happy to help out. sometimes people feel weird that i offer to help out as much as i do, but they're usually always grateful for it afterwards. the motivation to do stuff like cooking and cleaning is just so much higher if it's for other people. a shame since my own home is pretty messy

No. 97840

>>97795
Look at Ikea goods, their products are made smaller than a lot of American ones.

No. 97868

>>97795
1) Make yourself some cute curtains! It's super easy and cheap for small ones. You can get spring-loaded rods so you don't have to drill holes either.

2)Decorate counters with cute jars and things for storage. Maybe some cute towels or small plants too. If you have space above your cabinets you could even go for larger plants.

3)find cute paper or fabric to line the inside of your drawers/cabinets. Not visible, but a nice touch.

4) If it's possible to easily switch out the handles on the cabinets you could do that. Quick way to bring in some color, just make sure you keep the originals somewhere easy to remember.

No. 97874

anyone have a good cleaning routine? preferably a cute pic i can hang up.

No. 99128

I live in a top floor flat with no elevator and plastic furniture I can't replace right now. How can I make my flat and room more girly and pretty?



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No. 91365[Reply]

I thought it would be nice and uplifting to remember any good/happy/loving events that have happened to you and keep cherished in your mind, so maybe when you revisit them they make you feel a little better.

Share away!
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No. 99090

Spending the week before exams with friends in an empty school. We'd just make jokes and talk a bunch (and not study enough) while having the building to ourselves.
Also getting my first job and going through the mall on my own to pick out clothes for myself for the first time. I dressed terribly back then, but shopping alone is my favourite pastime even now.

A memory I miss that should still be possible but isn't because anhedonia is just drawing dumb shit for hours on end and enjoying it. I haven't had fun like that in years, even drawing things I like now.

No. 99093

>>99090
I wish I also could enjoy one of my creative hobbies for hours like I used to do. I suspect that internet addiction has ruined my enjoyment. Nothing compares to it now.

No. 99099

•being in gamestop and seeing kingdom hearts for the first time for like 60 euros and defeatedly asking my dad if I could have it and by some grace he said "You know what yeah screw it" and I was so happy and played the living shit out of it

•collecting ladybirds with cousins in my grandparents huge garden

•hanging out with friends in a sunflower field right after major exams and discussing that life was gonna change so much for us

•my uncle taking me for fun expeditions with my cousin to different parts of the country and camping

•general early 00s vibes and music lol

No. 99109

Playing in the fields during summer

Watching old, poorly dubbed anime on TV

Playing Pokemon Red/Yellow/Gold, Link's Awakening DX and a variety of ps2 games for the first time

French Touch from the 90s and early 00s

Being an unabashed 14yo sperg and spending an awesome week at my equally spergy friend's house. Mostly hanging out in a camper van, cooking together, going on long walks, playing tennis and listening to shitty music.

No. 99116

Summer 2015 when my best friend came out to see me for the first time ever after talking online for 10 years. Ended up falling in love and starting our now 3 year long relationship that week he was visiting. It was the most magical thing I’ve ever experienced.

2015 was a really, really high point in my life for many reasons including, but not limited to, that one. I would love to have more years like it.



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No. 48662[Reply]

Hi! I don't know if this belongs in /g/ or here…but most of us will never have a sexual partner so here we can give masturbation tips to each other to improve our solo sex lives! DIY sex toys for those of us who still live with their parents, sex toys recommendation, rub techniques, tips and tricks for multiple orgasms, kawaii pastel sex toys, kawaii sex videos etc…
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Can someone give me advice please?

>can't get off by my own fingers anymore, even after trashing my vibrators

>can only get aroused to extreme fantasy
>don't look at porn, however i do think about sex all day

I've tried nofap and it doesn't fix my inability to cum by hand. I get more and more frustrated until I eventually have a wet dream.

No. 99032

>>99002
have you started a relatively new (as in the last year) birth control or medication?
i started taking orsithia in 2017 and completely lost my sex drive

even after not being on it since march of this year, i still havent gotten it back and have no desire to masturbate at all, and when i try im just numb basically and the orgasms, if i can have them, are basically nothing in intensity and really not worth the time

No. 99044

>>99032
Yes, I just got off Junel Fe a month ago….fug. Thanks for the reply. I hope we both adjust back :(

No. 99056

>>99044
>>99044
I hope you do. I was on anti-depressants and got fucked up from them. Dry as Sahara or weirdly horny but it incredibly difficult to get off. Much better now that I'm not taking them. Here is to happy wanking in the future.

No. 101110

Anyone know of any lubricants that have the same exact texture as egg whites? Not gonna use actual egg whites to masturbate.



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No. 98588[Reply]

Do you fear your old age? If so, why?

Do you know any women in your family who are total train wrecks later in life?
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No. 99043

>>99042
Why are you giving yourself this narrow, reasonable time frame while expanding everyone else's time frame to 40 years old? Of course 24-28 is a good time to have a kid. If you apply that 4 year time frame to the other side of the argument, it would be 30-34 - which is also a good time to have a kid, and is when most women have their first kid these days. Not fucking 40. It's not a death sentence to have a kid at that age but it's clearly NOT what most anons are planning for and not what they are arguing in favour of. Your arguments only work when you use a pregnancy at 40 as a strawman. They don't apply to 30 year olds even if you think they're miscarrying all over the place, and 30 should be the limit we are discussing since that's what the original post stated.

No. 99045

30yo here. My age doesn't bother me at all.
You know how society expects women to feel ashamed and hide their age when they get older? That's the dumbest thing in my opinion. I feel proud when I tell people I've had my best friend for 16 years or that I've been into my favorite hobby for 20 years. My boyfriend is much younger than me and he loves hearing my stories and seeing my photobooks from before he was even born.
Also don't be fooled by people saying men embrace aging like it's a blessing. I know plenty of guys my age who get super depressed at the idea of turning 30. I'm happy to say I've deal with it way better than most men around me did. Certain people want you to be unhappy and insecure, but you really don't have to be.

No. 99047

I'm 24 in a couple of days and to be frank I am afraid of aging. I'm not a sight for sore eyes right now and my whole family aged like shit so I'm going to be really ugly in my 30s, there's no escaping that. I'm also afraid of my mental health worsening and becoming schizophrenic since I'm at a higher risk once I'm older. Stuff like dementia and alzheimers scares the shit out of me too.
Concerning the biological clock, well, I'm not one to marry since I'm a lesbian in a country where it's basically illegal and I very much dread the idea of having a child of my own (I have a severe phobia, but I also don't want to risk the health of that kid, see high risk of schizophrenia and all). If I ever get my maternal instincts, I think I would adopt, because at least I wouldn't have to worry about passing down my numerous illnesses to a kid.

No. 99054

Dear farmers who posted in this thread, please never ever get any children!

No. 99072

>>99054
*have
FTFY



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No. 94264[Reply]

What's in your everyday skincare/makeup bag? What do you use for your day to day look?

Fashion:
>>>/g/93899
What's in your Bag?
>>>/g/93056
Skincare Thread:
>>>/g/45776
Makeup Thread:
>>>/g/72061
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No. 95555

>>95532
Where did you get that pink face scrub?

No. 95578

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I have a lot of colorful and fun makeup I wear out with my friends and going out, but this is what I wear to work. The Clinique liquid eyeliner is so underrated.

No. 95594

>>95555
The silicone thing? Mine's by Soap & Glory and I got it at Boots, but I've seen near-identical ones at Sephora and Mecca Maxima! (I actually used the image of Sephora's identical one and hue shifted it to make it look like my S&G one, oops)

No. 95661

>>95594
Thanks! I love face scrubs, it's relaxing

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I don't use a lot of skincare products anyways, since the two items I have work fine



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No. 76727[Reply]

We've had a lot of mentions of red flags in various threads, so here's a way of collecting them all.

Which friends do you forsake? Which dates do you dump? Which co-workers do you cut off?

Farmers, what are your red flags when it comes to people?
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No. 98834

>>77101
>No public social media accounts (easy to analyze true character)
I'd view that as a positive honestly

No. 98836

>>98756
NTA, but I can see her being young. It kind of seems like a standard high school idea to think that no-marriage adult relationships are just living alone and not talking other than when on romantic dates.

No. 98880

>>98836
That’s so depressing. Most people talk to their friends and pets more often than anon talks to this ‘committed boyfriend’. Maybe they’re from some culture that does arranged marriages or extreme chaperoning so they don’t know that humans actually enjoy spending time with their spouses as opposed to showing up every few weeks for the scheduled fuck and ‘how do you do’ before being sent off again.
Why do kids always think that maturity looks like absurd stoicism?

No. 98896

>>98716
>using tinder to find a meaningful relationship

found your problem

No. 98909

>>98896
I can’t find a serious partner on this app for casual sex. What is wrong with the world? We live in a society!

Tbh a lot of posters here seem like bullets dodged.



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No. 72084[Reply]

What are your favorite perfumes/body mists?

My go-to is Coco Mademoiselle. I've also harbored a longtime attachment to Love's Baby Soft as it was my first fragrance I was bought as a child. My mom got me Wind Song when I was little and I couldn't stand the smell. I've wanted to experiment with making my own perfume. The scent that I hate the most is freesia and I can't believe how much its used in fragrances.

Has anyone tried the Sailor Moon perfumes? Much of their anniversary merch seems to be all hype.
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No. 98318

>>98314
Ahh thanks for the link anon I hope they ship to Australia. This perfume is very nostalgic to me.

No. 98321

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I don’t wear a lot of perfumes and when I do, I like to use spiced or woody scents. This is the daily one I use. I would love to have an incense scented perfume for special occaisions instead of resorting to body spray every time.

Honestly stalking this thread because I don’t even know where to start when looking for perfumes. Some I’ve bought and worn don’t mesh well with my body chemistry, so I kinda gave up.

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>>98050
Check out Guerlain's Aqua Allegoria line, there's a lot of citrus scents in there. I've been using their Mandarine Basilic for a couple of years and I love it. Though, I've heard that it's staying power varies greatly depending on your skin. It stays for a whole day on me, but other people said it's gone after a couple of hours. You gotta test them to see if they work for you.

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>>97710
I hope so too anon! It's my favorite. My mom gave it to me when I was 16 and I've been using it ever since. It's always on my wishlist for christmas and the bottle will usually last me a year

No. 98733

>>98321
If I were you I would turn to the classics for what you're looking for. You need Opium, Youth Dew, Tabu, Maroussia, Cinnabar etc. Maybe you'd even like CK Obsession.



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No. 96747[Reply]

Feeling nostalgic for a death aesthetic? Post here!
I miss the kinderwhore aesthetic and the grunge Revival of early 10s
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No. 98480

>>98461
Fuck, this outfit would've looked so much cuter and mature with a green jacket and not a varsity one.

No. 98552

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>>97285
I love this style! I've always found Issay of Der Zibet insanely sexy (he's gay though, rip female fans lol)

No. 98553

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More old 80s Issay looks

No. 98554

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>>98553
The late 80s/early-mid 90s visual kei looks were the best. I don't think visual kei has been as interesting aesthetically or musically since at the latest 2005.

No. 98603

>>98553
Niiiice.

I really miss the 80's rock look for men and women.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3rRrhCIJmc



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No. 97555[Reply]

I'm wondering how other anons feel about the concept of friendship and if anyone else is considering how necessary it really is.

I'm moving to the other side of the country next year and have decided I'm going to keep in minimal contact with my current friends (like a few phone calls/texts a year) and not really make an effort to make new ones. I just find friendship too emotionally draining and acknowledge I can be rather toxic, so it just seems for the best to keep them at arm's length and avoid new people.
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No. 97940

>>97939
Thank you for your valuable perspective.

No. 98073

I'm not really interested, I have friends but I prefer my own company most of all. I'd happily seclude myself for the rest of my life as long as I had internet access.

No. 98097

I spend most of my time just hanging out with my husband. If I could find someone who's really cool and shares a lot of my interests and actually wants to be friends id be all for it but most friendships are a waste of time just like romantic relationships are.
I used to feel bad for flaking on people but I realized that all relationships are two way streets and I don't have any obligation to go out of my way for someone who wouldn't do the same for me.
I kinda wish I knew how to make online friends because I move around a lot and most of my peers are significantly older than me but I'm too scared of internet weirdos and I hate putting myself out there tbh. I'm not even close with the people I've known online for 8+ years.

No. 98109

>>98073
I've recently been feeling the same, unfortunately. I still have one close female friend whom I met in high school and often chat with on the internet, but we rarely meet these days. I made a few attempts at making new friends, even if just online, but unfortunately, they all seem to have pretty much failed (or they've moved from friends to acquaintances I barely talk to and I'm always the one who initiates conversations, which isn't very rewarding to be honest, it makes me feel like I'm bothering them and they're just obligated to respond). I think all the emotional and mental effort is not worth it anymore, if most people end up disappointing you anyway.

No. 98197

>>98097
Tbh you sound a lot like me, I'm >>97596

If someone was into the same stuff as me and genuinely laid back then itd be cool but I hate any prospect of drama



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