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getting sick/summer
30 replies
566 days old
last post: Feb 4, 2019

getting sick/summer

1 Name: Anonymous : 2018-05-05 15:34
every time i get sick like yours my voice the up deeper, and I don't want that to happen! I just want to curl up and sleep. how's your summers been so far, everyone?
3 Name: Anonymous : 2018-05-06 20:26
My summer has been good
4 Name: Anonymous : 2018-05-07 08:04
fuck you
5 Name: Anonymous : 2018-05-07 19:24
I haven´t been up to much, I´m excited to go back to college and see my friends again. What about you?
6 Name: Anonymous : 2018-05-08 20:20
Got a big project lined up this summer. Looking forward to working on doing the stuff I really love doing instead of a dead-end job in the middle of memetic nowhere.
7 Name: Anonymous : 2018-05-09 01:36
Summer's still a few months away though. It's hot here already so it's not like it makes much difference. The year is off to a good start, I got a new job and I'm getting along with my hobbies. I'm finally enjoying the carefree world where I don't really have any major projects pending. The days just drift on by.
8 Name: Anonymous : 2018-05-18 17:53
I am an Iraq veteran and I can suck my own dick
9 Name: Anonymous : 2018-06-24 20:43
~ Summer is here ~
The best season of the year, where I spend all day inside feeling the cool breeze of the fan hitting my face re-watching some favorite anime all summer long.
10 Name: Anonymous : 2018-06-24 23:27
11 Name: Anonymous : 2018-06-26 02:28
The heat and humidity in my tropical climate make summer unbearable sometimes, but at least the excessive rain makes up for it. Nothing more comfortable than lounging around to the sounds of summer rain.
That aside, summer has been nice. Graduation is finally in sight and I've started searching for jobs, albeit only a little. The future is bright.
12 Name: Anonymous : 2018-06-27 03:43
summer stinks. sunburns, sweating my cheeks off, bugs, etc. the only good thing is the excuse to drink really cold drinks and wear shorts. waiting for fall patiently
13 Name: Anonymous : 2018-06-27 10:19
On the plus side, cold spells feel super refreshing.
14 Name: Anonymous : 2018-06-27 15:56
i dont care for summer or winter

just give a moderate temperature all year round w/ rain often
15 Name: Anonymous : 2018-07-02 21:37
I'm getting sick of Trump emboldening fascists.
16 Name: Anonymous : 2018-07-04 22:49
I wish it was winter already :(
I hate summer because of its warm temperatures which in turn make me unable to wear jackets or hoodies, making me feel unprotected when going outside.
As far as I know, it snowed four, maybe five days this year, and I felt such happiness waking up and seeing snowfall from my window.
Counting down the weeks to be honest
17 Name: Anonymous : 2018-07-04 23:05
Yeah, the weirdest thing about summer is not having any outerwear.
There's fall yet though, the comfiest season. Cool air, beautiful environment, a good texture to the world.
18 Name: Anonymous : 2018-07-11 20:44
I used to be on the internet for a long time during summer during the good ol' days of 2004 to 2015. Now, summer vacation doesn't apply for me. I just feel anxious when I think about the fact I'm too old for summer vacation. But one thing's for sure - it really was fun.
19 Name: Anonymous : 2018-07-12 20:55
I hate summer. Every summer the hell itself is unleashed and the ground is burning. Not just summer, it's like 5 to 7 months of over 30 degrees celsius in the shadow, this is ridiculous. People who like summer just have not experienced the bloody gore of living in the damn steppes.
At least in the winter I can wrap myself comfy so I'm. In the summer there's nothing I can do to feel comfortable outside.

Also this. I love my 20-something denim jacket, and the only time to wear it comfortably is a month and a half of spring and the month and a half of autumn.
20 Name: Anonymous : 2018-07-15 03:23
Summers fill me with haunting malaise. Stuck. The listlessness seems justified but contemptible. Doldrums rive the despondency.
Some days I am so stricken with nausea and silence that conversation never begins.

How difficult it is to be centered when the foundation will be abruptly ripped from you in the coming seasons.
Summer seems to house my most sickening times.

I can only hold myself accountable and in awe of how little objectively changes, that the change centers upon your perception, and is rendered fruitless within the scope of your actions - which are only lacking, forever lacking.
I can only wonder how I easily fought through the malaise in days past.
21 Name: Anonymous : 2018-07-15 23:03
I wish I could express myself like you. Here are a couple of quotes from another writer I admire.


“This, then, is the ultimate, that is only, consolation: simply that someone shares some of your own feelings and has made of these a work of art which you have the insight, sensitivity, and — like it or not — peculiar set of experiences to appreciate. Amazing thing to say, the consolation of horror in art is that it actually intensifies our panic, loudens it on the sounding-board of our horror-hollowed hearts, turns terror up full blast, all the while reaching for that perfect and deafening amplitude at which we may dance to the bizarre music of our own misery.”
― Thomas Ligotti, The Nightmare Factory

“Every human activity is a tack for killing time,”
― Thomas Ligotti, The Conspiracy Against the Human Race: A Contrivance of Horror
22 Name: Anonymous : 2018-07-31 17:54
Don't you find it weird how we kill that which makes us, time?
I wonder if there are people out there that can live each day without wishing for it to end. Enjoy right now, today, they say.
Does anyone here ever do that?
23 Name: Anonymous : 2018-07-31 22:49
I wonder if there are people out there that can live each day without wishing for it to end. Enjoy right now, today, they say.
Does anyone here ever do that?
I try to do that, but it's often not easy. I sometimes find perfect moments where I'm content, though. Those are nice.
24 Name: Anonymous : 2018-08-10 18:25
I messed around and thought I was having a heat stroke because I work outside washing cars for a car rental place, luckily I'm not, but it kinda sucks that I went through all that.
25 Name: Anonymous : 2018-08-11 00:21
This summer heat is the worst. 30C+ is too much for me, I like 25C at the most. The only good thing is that I've lost a lot of fat since last summer so I haven't been sweating as much and can tolerate the heat better. Or at least that is what I've convinced myself of.

I just work at a lot so I'm inside an air conditioned building most days. Otherwise my summer is lackluster like always. Thats what I get for being so socially awkward and working every weekend.
26 Name: Anonymous : 2019-01-28 05:49
I just got a cold a couple days ago. Sore and very tired. I don't cough regularly, but every couple hours I'd cough up a bunch of phlegm. My nose isn't congested which is nice. There's pain in my lower back. Noting too bad, but it makes it uncomfortable to sit or lie on the bed for extended periods of time.
I use this as an opportunity to take walks in a nearby forest.

I hope I can get better soon. My first "real" job starts in just two days.
27 Name: Anonymous : 2019-01-28 06:43
The flu/cold this season is very bad. I think I somehow ended up getting two different strains back to back. Hopefully you'll be better in time!
28 Name: Anonymous : 2019-01-29 07:21
I don't think I've gotten sick in over 2 years now.
29 Name: Anonymous : 2019-02-04 08:44
I've been sick the past four days now, and I've basically been bedridden the entire time. I hope I get better soon. I've got tons to do, and my room is a mess.
30 Name: Anonymous : 2019-11-23 08:23
My Summer in 2018 was about as eventful as this year's Summer. I mostly sat inside on my PC and the only times I went outside was to mow grass.


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