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ITT we post pictures and discuss our love for parks.
When did you realize you loved parks?
What is your favorite thing about parks?
What is your first memory of a park?
What is your favorite memory of a park?
How often do you dream of parks?


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OP here, posting some parks, also you don't have to answer all these questions if you don't want to.
>When did you realize you loved parks?
The very first time I went to a park.
>What is your favorite thing about parks?
I don't have a favorite thing; I like everything about parks.
>What is your first memory of a park?
There was a park across the street from a building I lived in when I was young, the trees were huge and the way the leaves cast shadows on the ground was magical. it was a very beautiful park. I almost got hit by a car crossing that street which gave me a temporary phobia of cars.
>What is your favorite memory of a park?
I will have to think about it, I have too many.
>How often do you dream of parks?
Not as often as I used to, but almost every night when I was a kid. I have dreamt of some very cool parks.


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park i visisted the seagul

>ITT we post pictures and discuss our love for parks.

>When did you realize you loved parks?
2 years old
>What is your favorite thing about parks?
>What is your first memory of a park?
>What is your favorite memory of a park?
cool thunderstorm
>How often do you dream of parks?


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OP here, please refrain from posting anime meme stuff in this thread, you have the rest of the internet for that. Thank you


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Accidentally posted a picture of a park I already posted, here is a different one. I like this picture a lot, it's a great looking park.


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memoca isn't from an anime you faggot. and wizchan isn't an anti-anime zone. if you don't like memoca, you are an outsider. good job ruining your own thread. and you already posted that picture too. here's 3 photos of an anime character at a park for your library. not that you actually care about parks you're just a gangbangstalking kiwiwcorder cwcfarmer.


Why are you bringing negativity to my comfy hobby thread? You tried being cute with your anime post and now you are upset and acting like a child because I don't want in this thread. Why can't you just respect the aesthetic of the thread? Are parks even your hobby, or did you just realize you had an opportunity to post an anime meme? If you have any integrity, you will delete your spiteful posts.


i brought park pictures videos to you thread and you dismissed it as unwelcome. this proves you are female.


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I will explain it to you. I really dislike anime, I hate the way it looks, it's the ugliest thing I have ever seen, it makes me disgusted when I look at it. Now please put yourself in my shoes; you are posting the ugliest thing in a thread set aside for the most beautiful thing. You have introduced a thing I hate to the thing I most love. It's like a whore's tattoo on a nun's face. I asked you nicely not post it, why can't you respect that? This is the first time I have tried to connect with people about my love for parks, and you are making me regret my decision. Why do you have to be so cruel?


You find anime the most disgusting thing, so you open your thread on an anime-inspired imageboard?

This isn't the case of someone else being cruel to you. It's a matter of you joining in to The Red Hat Club just to complain that too many users are wearing red hats. YOu knew they would bring red hats in to your discussion, it is TRHC after all, but still you made the thread and complained when red hats came up.

You are zero. That seagull video is nice. And the character is not from an anime, she is from a video game.


Go into normiepark; run into a barking dog every two minutes of walking; say hello to a hundred npcs in an hour; get very little exercise out of it. Go innawoods not innapark breh


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There is an anime board for anime. This is the hobby board, and this thread is about parks. Becoming upset and acting out because your post was not well received is very immature. There is no reason for you to keep being rude other than your feelings were hurt and now you want to punish me. I hope one day you realize that what you are doing is not a good way to conduct yourself, even on the internet. Now check out this good looking park.


the regulars are legitimately autistic and throw fits over the content posted regularly. Ignore neetie and he'll go fap


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You can avoid all that by going when no one is there. I like the woods too, there are bigger parks for camping and stuff which are good, but I mainly had urban parks in mind when I made this thread because I like the aesthetic and they hold a special place in my heart that is different from the special place I have for the woods. If we want to talk about downsides though there are potentially worse ones than what you named, such as litter, graffiti, and hideous plastic playgrounds. Thats why when you find an old hidden park somewhere that is clean and still has old metal and wood playgrounds it's magical.


I fucking love parks, the first time I really fell in love with a park was after a homeless man in the far beachy end of Golden Gate Park barked out from beyond the cloak of darkness. I responded in kind, and he offered to smoke his weed with me.


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Sounds like an interesting occurrence, not something I personally would want to experience these days, maybe when I was in my twenties. Thankfully there are no homeless at the parks near me. Posting this kino looking bench and trash receptacle.


Finally, a decent thread

>When did you realize you loved parks?

When I was a teen and wanted away from the noise of the city and of people.
>What is your favorite thing about parks?
I can sit on a bench and do nothing but look at life pass without feeling like I ought to be doing something else, or the pressure from others to do so.
Also squirrels.
>What is your first memory of a park?
My very first memory is playing as a child between the bushes.
>What is your favorite memory of a park?
None, I just like sitting there.
>How often do you dream of parks?
I don't often dream of parks.


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Although it is not my main reason for enjoying parks, I can relate to this. When I was younger and becoming more antisocial, I would often sneak out to the park when I got word that there would be visitors coming to our house. Sometimes I would spend all day wandering around trails and sitting on benches, drinking from the fountains, and even getting a dollar cheeseburger or chicken sandwich from McDonald's if I found some money on the ground. One time I found a raccoon sleeping in a garbage can. I thought about messing with it for entertainment, but I decided to just leave it alone.


cleaning the trash in a park like that

sounds like a sweet job tbh


If you have one of those claw things, I can imagine it being very relaxing. I have been considering cleaning up a creak in my neighborhood for a while, I think it would be emotionally rewarding. I just don't know where to dump the trash after, I don't really want to bring it home.


I have been to many parks. My favorite park is about 30 minutes away from me though. It has a lake, very wide open spaces, a wooded space, and plenty of walking space. It bears similarly to the park next to me, but this one is just so much bigger and has things like biking paths. Still, I don't hold either in as high regard as the one I've visited in Dublin, Ireland. It has none of the amenities that the park has, but makes it up in walkability and location. A park means nothing to me if you can't walk there or it's isolated. The OP picture is an example of this. That park is obviously nearby other places. I dream of a park that I can just walk to that's not super small. I've been to at least two Irish parks. I'll send some googled pictures if I remember them.


Sounds cool. I am fortunate enough to have close to a hundred parks near where I live, which come in all shapes and sizes, and most of them are connected by paved bike trails. There is also a big lake with like a dozen parks around it, it's not in walking distance but is very close by car, and the trails go out there too so I can ride my bike to it in about 20 minutes. I plan on visiting a lot of parks by bike this summer, there are tons that I haven't been to yet.


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Good looking park with cute metal slide.


the dreaded chrome ass sizzler


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True, but they look way better than plastic ones. There used to be one in a field near where I grew up and nothing else, kind of looked like the third pic here but taller, they got rid of it unfortunately, also it was on the grass with dirt around it where the grass died from use. In my opinion dirt is better than sand, woodchips are disgusting. I know what you're thinking, what if it rains and it gets muddy? I guess you just have to wait until it dries out, life isn't fair.


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I like this park a lot, something about it being on a hill like that is very pleasing. I tried finding out where it is so I can find a better-quality image of it, but I had no luck. It is surprisingly hard to find good images of parks by simply searching for parks, I think I need to start looking through random people's blogs and hope to find something. I bet there are tons of awesome park pictures sitting dormant on disposable cameras in people's grandma's homes. If anyone comes across crisp looking photos that appear like they could be from the 80s,90s, or early 2000's, similar to this aesthetic >>64293 then please post them here. Blurry moody pictures are also welcome if you have some good looking ones.


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I can imagine sitting on this bench feeling lonely. The cold and damp looking weather coupled with the tables stacked away for the season provide good atmosphere to feel lonely to. Parks like this that don't get many visitors on cold months can cause existential dread, be sure to bring a snack or hot beverage to boost morale.


>Having a park where you aren't accosted by a homeless person.
Where do you people live? Not even when I lived in Perfect Wiz-Utopia Europe (tm) did I see that.


im in one of the larger cities of finland and have never seen a homeless person before


Even in my third world country this s a rare occurrence. It's probably an american thing.


"Flyover state"


France, Netherlands, fuck tons of homeless.
Argentina, Chile, saw the same thing.


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The U.S. is a third world hellhole, but France was way, way worse.


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I would be very upset if I lived in a homeless paradise like the west coast, I guess you're just not allowed to have nice things.


what a bizarre graph. they use such fine measurements for fractional percents on the low end, but the high end 10-38% is all simply grouped together. that single group constitutes more than 2X all the other 6 groups added together. truly it must be made for stroking the cocks for the countries with low homelessness


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Great looking photo.




lol bullshit



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Modest park with cute bench and classic green trash barrel.


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Cool bench.

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