literally my room
i don't know why but these rooms fell comfy
Knowing how it is to live inside a room packed full with garbage I can tell you they may look comfy but are hell on earth to live in.
This is a succubus's room, right?
That may be true for garbage, but in my experience being in a cramped room packed to the cieling with items that have personal value oneself can be great. Consisder the first picture in >>29692
. There's no garbage there, only items that would be of interest to an otaku who likes to work with computers. Every breath he takes is saturated with the ripe, salty aroma of his hobbies.
>>29699>toilet paper roll>lolis everywhere
no its not.
I wonder what happened to their former inhabitants though
That's sexy and classy, not trashy
>>29693>has a little corner dedicated to Sakura Kinomoto
I wonder what happened to this people,if they killed themselves,became normalfags or are still living like this.
There are any reports of what happens to long term hikkis in japan?
How they get money to buy all this shit if they're are Hikkis? Parents?
peak 90s/early 2000s comfiness
>>31931>There are any reports of what happens to long term hikkis in japan?
Most of them are still living with their now elderly parents or on some kind of welfare, if not wage slavery
what manga/doujinshi is being drawn on the third image?
I've seen this image countless of times but I've never figured it out
impossible to tell what the heck it is
there has to be a source with more info though
>>31938>ywn have a life size Sakura statue
Aww he's so happy.
this guy really likes Key.
there's no way the people in these images are hikkineets. the guys with garbage everywhere maybe yeah but not this. in this image alone theres thousands of dollars worth of audio equipment
I kind of want those Key posters
JUdging by the monitors and the games most of these pictures are easily 15+ years old.
I wonder what happened with all thee guys,are they still around? They committed suicide?
Looks like my room
japanese people live to be 90+ quite often, i'd imagine many are still living with elderly parents as another poster stated
There's something so fucking wrong with this picture….
Why the fuck would someone still use Windows XP in 2010/2011?
I used windows XP till 2017, then on 2018 changed to windows 7, and now 10.
I use Win 98SE now.
It's a Japanese thing, they held on to XP and CRT televisions way longer than the rest of the 1st world for whatever reason
Dis be noting like my mud hut.
I don't see the issue. I still use Windows 7 and probably will continue doing so for at least the next decade.
That's fucking american.
these pictures make me feel somehow comfy and depressed at the same time
hard to describe
Yeah it's like a cloistered bunker that keeps you and your stuff protected and isolated but at the same time it's a room of someone who completely lost control of its own mess.
my room resembles some of those, most of my tech is early 2000s
I tossed the trash lately though
it feels like a prison you can't escape
trapped in your own mess
it is interesting that he has the talent to draw like that while living in those conditions. usually such people aren't mentally organized enough to be productive, although if the drawing can't be traced to a released work perhaps they never achieved due to their condition
I just realized that the image on his monitor is a photo of the same room taken from the same shot.
Maybe they weren't when this stuff was bought.
I have thousands of dollars worth of audio equipment, but I haven't took a peek outside for six months and I don't depend on anybody else's money. How the hell am I supposed to spend all that money, even after wasting thousands on said audio equipment and such, when I'm alone and I rent cheap shitty apartment, but make (or made, havent worked in 8 months) decent salary?>>32980>It's a Japanese thing, they held on to XP and CRT televisions way longer than the rest of the 1st world for whatever reason
Why write in past sense; I'll keep using my Eizo T960 as long as it works, alongside my couple Trinitron TV's.
I use windows for only couple of games, and the installation hasn't connected to the net once (slipstreamed all hotfixes, so why), but I do use xp-amd64 sp2.
But it's been fun2gen2 since 2007.
Unless these hikikimori were pissing all over their room it is still not worse than mine.
Dad was not happy.
it's not unimaginable, they might come from upper middle class families and their parents spoil them
nah. I didn't like the film all that much. liked the aesthetics though
but agree about the soundtrack
Maybe I wasn't in the right mood when I watched it. idk
I kinda slept through the thing
Well the acting was horrible, and I might be rather biased to movies with a good soundtrack and depressive story I will admit. What I loved was the messages shown on screen that turned out to be the characters, the discontinuous story, the amateur camera style, and the dread of the characters showing some true despair. It has a glorious atmosphere that wraps the entire thing is this incredible almost apathetic melancholy, which compliments the horrid events taking place on screen.
I'm no movie critic or connoisseur, but I thoroughly enjoyed this movie.
That was what I took away too. I didn't really care about the characters and couldn't follow the story at all. I took away the atmostphere. The messages were annoying the hell out of me. Didn't read them. I liked the ending
>>34915>The messages were annoying the hell out of me. Didn't read them
What the hell, read them you fool they are important. Also the story isn't continuous, so it might require a rewatch to get everything from it. The act is bad, but the story is pretty dam good in my opinion.
I'll rewatch it when I feel like I'm in the mood for it, I guess
>>33372>aren't mentally organized
Not wasting time on cleaning his room and investing it in his doujin is a smart choice
I haven't seen it, but the soundtrack is divine.
Probably some obscure doujin some dude made 15 or 20 years ago.
Most Doujins that get printed and distributed at comic events or through an online printing service such as Melon Books never get scanned and released, not even on the Japanese webs
If you look closely that is SAI a digital drawing program. I do not think that's a scan but rather a doujin in the process of making.
This guy was doing videos regularly on niconico until 2010, here is his last "room tour video". https://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm5058106
this is peak comfy
that dogbert plush
confy as my waifu arms
Heresy. No one in japan likes dilbert