Would throw out/10
that's a disgrace
Not that I'm aware of, I try to eat lots of vegetables since I can't cook meat. I use whey protein to complement it.
I agree that exerting the body is a bad idea without supervision but some cardio every now and then is great for your health, it will wake you up like 10 coffee and keep your metabolism active. I recommend swimming or biking since those sports don't damage your joints.
Hope you fix your health issues, ecersice is essential for a good health, we are meant to be walking all the time as hunter gatherers, sedentarism is a teavesty
do you lie on your stomach or sit on the ground when using your PC? That seems uncomfortable.
I just brought down my monitor from my standing desk because I ddin't feel like standing
clean ur room bucko
Very comfy indeed
Wooden floors are so comfy
op hete, im not the cleanest guy on the block but that used tuna can is disgusting anon, please clean organic refuse or it will rot. its the only thing worth cleaning for sanitation
some foods can dehydrate fast enough to not rot
You deserve better than that, fellow wiz.
I don't deserve anything better
you live incredibly efficiently. do you move often? ex-military? the spread suggests mid to late 20's. >>234232
something bout this room screams twitter ARG horror story >>234344
also how god intended a room to be >>234664
your mother is a controlling figure in your life. >>234670>>234672
very /comfy/ room! >>234677
you have control issues due to instability of some kind. i do not know of what but im going to guess relationship with father + mental condition. i would recommend reading some pieces from this site and resighting daily to gain composure: http://www.ashidakim.com/zenkoans/zenindex.html >>234681
interesting stitch! >>234785
Is everyone in Alaska mentally retarded?
Wish I had carpet floors in my room, looks pretty nice
>>260043>setup to play aoe
Original or DE?
>>235065>getting sunlight in through the window pane
norman get out
>>235709>gets rid of everything, but not the onahole
Sasuga wiz, I'm proud of you.
I bet it smells like absolute shit
The floor looks sticky
Good compactness to openness ration.>Wooden plank for beating encroaching normies with>tinfoil hat to the left of your keyboard
is it ok for a computer to be this close to the wall? you know, for air flow and all
the opposite side has no air openings whatsoever so it shouldnt matter
the compactness came with a price that I always have to sleep in the fetal position 'cause of my height (6''). The hat is just a heat hat.>Wooden plank for beating encroaching normies with
I laughed hard.
any wiz ever slept in a hammock before? the only thing i dont like about sleeping on the floor is that sometimes bugs crawl over me at night, at least during the summer
it's probably been a decade since i first thought of building one but not having a car means i don't engage in constructive tasks very often
do you literally sleep on the floor?
Can't sleep in a hammock myself because I hate that sleeping position and usually sleep on my side or stomach. I've been sleeping on the floor for so long that not being a nice, flat and firm surface just doesn't cut it for me.
But I also consider bugs to be friends so there's that.
have you slept in a hammock before, or do you just think it's the same as sleeping on the floor on your back? i haven't slept in one but i thought it would be very different
i wouldn't mind the bugs if the millipedes weren't so large and smelly. they have a horrible smell that burns the nostrils somewhat if you disturb them
Looks small but cozy, wiz
What's the purpose behind covering the fan with a shirt like that?
i hate that i have experience with this, but if you only have like 1 good shirt and its sweaty or somehow wet, you can dry it that way. i have a box fan though so its different. i also prop stuff in front of it to control how much air comes through if it's making me chilly
This is a really interesting room. I see a window to the left, but is that to another part of the house or the outside? What's with all those white blocks on the table? Why is the bed aligned in such a way that you can't lay down straight?
Looks very South American somehow too.
I been living in the backroom of my grandma for about 2 years.
Here is also the place of her saints and some christian figures, she come here once a day to light a candle and pray for a while. The wood plank is a improvised support to her get up there.
All furniture that's been accumulating over the years are is this room too. No kidding, there 3 (THREE) wardrobes in my room, my computer desk is just an old stove, lel. There's no space to fit the entire matress in the room, so a part is under the closet.
I'm brazillian, btw. What gave it away?
Doesn't that chair hurt your back? I also use one of those and I get back pains all the time. Also your grandma sounds pretty nice, be good to her.
When there's christian/catholic parafernalia chances are it's Latin America or Eastern Europe. Then it's just a matter of checking if there's lots of embroidery all over the furniture in which case it's likely Eastern Europe. Also EE places usually look less makeshifty like not having ceramic construction blocks as support for a wall shelf or a beach chair as a computer chair. In your case though, having a framed St. George painting is a dead Brazilianness giveaway.
aren't there cockroaches all over the place with you sleeping on the floor?
Coming from Americans it's hard to tell if these posts are serious or jokes.
It does a bit, but I keep switching siting and laying down. My grandma is always nagging about something but its easy handle than all people I know. Wish you the best, anon.>>261568
Spot on observation, anon. My old lady is pretty crafty but lacks the financial resouces so her find a way.
Also it's true that brazillians really love "São Jorge da Capadócia" for some reason. Do you know why?>>261645
For a long time some cockroaches keeping showing up specially in hot days, but since I put some mothballs around here they dissapeared.
>>261666>brazillians really love "São Jorge da Capadócia" for some reason. Do you know why?
Saint George is the patron saint of Portugal and a popular saint there for many centuries, that naturally made its way into Brazilian culture as well.
>>235401>Most of your rooms are fine. Y'all're'some normalfags.
The cleanness of one's living space does not define their wizard-ness. Just because your room isn't a shithole doesn't make you a normie.