Once you get to a certain age, there is no thrill or drug that feels better than a good night of sleep.

Once you get to a certain age, there is no thrill or drug that feels better than a good night of sleep.

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ain’t that the truth brother.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Other good feelings
    >popping a zit or ingrown hair and watching that white puss spew
    >taking a massive shit
    >Peeing when you have to go really bad
    >Simaltaneously orgasming with your partner and having really good sex or 69/oral
    >when you’re really cold and get in front of a heater and warm up

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >when you’re really cold and get in front of a heater and warm up

      I love shoveling snow in the winter or taking a hike in the snow and coming back and taking a hot bath. It's heavenly

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        This but a nice cup of coffee.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I WFH and start early and NOTHING beats drinking my first cup of coffee while watching the sun rise from the window in my office.

          https://i.imgur.com/rCVeMye.jpg

          >I love shoveling snow in the winter
          interesting. It is the bane of my winter existence since it snows a lot and I have a big area to shovel.
          Mowing the lawn in summer on the other hand - now that's the good shit

          We don't get tons of snow here, or at least we haven't the past few years. I really hate shoveling at first but I eventually find a groove and start to enjoy it.
          Love mowing too. The older I get the more I develop a Hank Hill-esque obsession with lawncare.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >I love shoveling snow in the winter
        interesting. It is the bane of my winter existence since it snows a lot and I have a big area to shovel.
        Mowing the lawn in summer on the other hand - now that's the good shit

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Your partner saying she loves you right before you orgasm inside of her
      bros, there is not better feeling

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      frick off back to plebbit homosexuals

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I’m sorry you’re missing out on more demoralization threads, or another finasteride shill thread

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >partner
      homosexual

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >when the lifts/exercises actually resolves the pain and you realize how important fitness is
    I mean you could make a few of these where you come to the realization your health is no joke, whether through suffering of your own or witnessing someone suffer

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    hitting the gym with my wife (just married, thank you), going sicko mode on myself
    hitting that spa jacuzzi pool with her after gym
    hitting that sauna after the jacuzzi
    hitting dem showers
    putting on a nice robe, clean pair of pajamas, walking out like I own the damn fitness centre
    driving back home getting that fresh air on my freshly hammam'd noggin'
    cooking a nice meal with shawty
    cuddling with her and the cats

    ain't that paradise brothers...purifying and cleansing my soul more every day, I feel ever so close to serenity now.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      sounds more like your first relationship in the honey moon phase

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Been together 7 years 🙂
        They say love lasts 7 years...kek! feels like we just started!

        • 4 weeks ago
          I ignore women

          Any you’re just now getting married? and no kids? What has society come to? It’s so over.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Met at her 23, me 25. We're gonna start on them kids this year. That's how it's done btw. You get your ''couple life'' years early in, guys. Don't miss out on the time where it's just the two of you. Now we're looking forward to the next stage! Doesn't feel too soon, nor too late. Just right.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Not to mention getting careers started. Good for you, anon.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                not him, but the career aspect has been a hurdle. My wife's been doing her phd and it would be difficult to take a long break of maternity leave. Now we're waiting for her to get a permanent contract (instead of the 1 year she started with). So I won't be a dad until 35. It's a real bummer. I don't want to be an old dad.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Thanks anon. It's the simple things in life. We both like simple things that make us feel good. Those things I mentioned. Gym, spa, sauna, car drives, good food, our cats who are like proxy babies for now...Excited about the future, really, I don't really ask for much. Just maintain what we have now. It's very serene, as I said.

                I was married at 27, wife was 24. Didn't have kids until I was 33. Waiting that long might be my biggest regret. Good on you doing things the right way.

                Thanks for the advice and what you shared. I understand, we also were scared for a while to wait too long, thinking we might regret it. But it feels like now is really time, because we found a groove, she is very healthy and has been hitting a very clean stride in her habits and diet for a few years now. We have security now too.
                It was a bit dodgy during Covid and all. Feels like we're out of the woods now, really.
                Will do my best.

                not him, but the career aspect has been a hurdle. My wife's been doing her phd and it would be difficult to take a long break of maternity leave. Now we're waiting for her to get a permanent contract (instead of the 1 year she started with). So I won't be a dad until 35. It's a real bummer. I don't want to be an old dad.

                How much does her PhD employment pay? Couldn't she get unemployment benefits for a bit? There are also helps for young families and pregnant women/mothers. Free stuff like food cards etc to do groceries, depending on your country. That can help. good luck anon.
                My wife has a masters but decided to not make a career, she takes care of house, laundry, cooking, cleaning, admin stuff, shopping. I prefer that too, that's less stuff I need to worry about.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I was married at 27, wife was 24. Didn't have kids until I was 33. Waiting that long might be my biggest regret. Good on you doing things the right way.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >32
              >giving geezer advice
              stfu you clueless little shit

              Thanks anon. It's the simple things in life. We both like simple things that make us feel good. Those things I mentioned. Gym, spa, sauna, car drives, good food, our cats who are like proxy babies for now...Excited about the future, really, I don't really ask for much. Just maintain what we have now. It's very serene, as I said.

              [...]
              Thanks for the advice and what you shared. I understand, we also were scared for a while to wait too long, thinking we might regret it. But it feels like now is really time, because we found a groove, she is very healthy and has been hitting a very clean stride in her habits and diet for a few years now. We have security now too.
              It was a bit dodgy during Covid and all. Feels like we're out of the woods now, really.
              Will do my best.

              [...]
              How much does her PhD employment pay? Couldn't she get unemployment benefits for a bit? There are also helps for young families and pregnant women/mothers. Free stuff like food cards etc to do groceries, depending on your country. That can help. Good luck anon.
              My wife has a masters but decided to not make a career, she takes care of house, laundry, cooking, cleaning, admin stuff, shopping. I prefer that too, that's less stuff I need to worry about.

              >our cats who are like proxy babies
              Oh, I apologize - this is some good bait, you got me.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Been together 7 years 🙂
          >still acting like its his first relationship
          I have serious doubts since ive never seen this phenomenon in real life. But if real, good for you

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Actually I think the reason we have a good time together even after all these years is because of steady increase in quality of life. We are both ''nice experience'' type of people who enjoy sensual pleasures. It helps keep us together that we love to experience and do everything together. We are like companions, in that sense. We share a lot of pleasures together, and keep bettering our life and ''treating ourself'' well. I think healthy love is about self-love, because at some point to be happy in a couple you need personal needs met. So when we both want to ''feel good, feel great'' and the same things, it's easy to keep walking together. A simple thing like going to the beach together, going to a spa, etc. It's adding points to our couple happiness. + the release of stress etc helps a lot to keep the love brewing. Just my observations.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Smartest man on fit (not even trolling) good for you bro

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    true dat

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm already at this point and I'm 25. Sleeping has basically become my main hobby. I recently bought a nice heavy comforter, a set of really fine weave cotton sheets, and a new pillow. It's not that I was sleeping poorly before, I just love getting in bed to go to sleep so much that I want to maximize the experience. I go to bet at 10PM and don't get up until 8AM. I just love sleeping.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      sounds comfy. I think I'll go to ikea and treat myself to a new pillow and bedsheets

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Don't go to Ikea for your sheets, that's exactly the stuff I had before getting all my new bedsheets. Think about it: You're going to be getting into bed every single day. You may as well spend a little extra money getting some sheets that are fairly nice and not the dry, thin cotton they sell at Ikea and other department stores. LL Bean surprisingly has a really nice selection of bedsheets, I'd recommend looking there.
        I really hope I don't come off as elitist about something as simple as sleeping, I'm just trying to give you meaningful advice.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks for the advice, I appreciate it

  7. 4 weeks ago
    I ignore women

    >hasn’t tried heroin or any hard narcotics
    >this simple thing in life feels better than heroin
    simply not true. why do nihilist cope with such things? life is suffering therefore you need God to save you with his divine grace

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Grace is just being able to transform pain into passion, in the spiritual sense, i.e. giving a meaning to your pain.
      For example, passion of the Christ means the burden of pain he carried in the name of all humanity to absolve us of our original sin (debatable). As in he carried through with it, and was able to smile and comfort others through it, because he knew the meaning of his pain, and it was such a great and meaningful message, or idea, that he did it gladly, with happiness.

      So life is not suffering. Life is about finding meaning, and with meaning you give purpose to the challenges you subject yourself to.
      I'd go through all kinds of pain gladly, if it was meaningful enough to me. For my family, for what I believe in, etc. We all would. We all do on some level, subject ourselves to stresses because of things that mean something to us. A goal, a dream, a desire.

      • 4 weeks ago
        I ignore women

        Not at all. Doctors can convert pain into pleasure with drugs and even then buddhist monks do the same without drugs. God’s grace is seeing and feeling his spirit in your life everyday which only Christians can attain.

        Life is not about finding meaning since without God there is no meaning. If there is no God and we are just organized structures of atoms then nothing matters. Seriously why would a certain structure be better than another? Who cares about being alive or dead, there is no difference in the scope of the universe? Philosophers have been wondering this for years and there is no real answer; the closest being Absurdism in “The Myth or Sisyphus” but that accepts irrationality as its basis. The only path is faith through God.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          What does God teach you about this life? It seems like you're holding on to this idea of faith because you put very little practice into your daily life. Practice a little bit more instead of contenting or pacifying yourself with this idea of blind faith. Love is a doing word, love is a verb.
          Life is about giving meaning to your actions, and if you want to be spiritual or religious about it, it's about being animated with good intentions. In the end, what causes us or motivates us all to act, but also to bear with immense pain, is the intentions which animate us. To protect and provide for our families, to secure a nice life for them, to nurture a loving, peaceful and serene environment where daily life is like a meadow or a garden filled with simple beauties and pleasures.

          Compare both our arguments and see for yourself how yours is so devoid of intention. You my friend suffer from blind faith, and expect him to do all the work. Practice, my friend. God tells you to do good. Not to just follow blindly though the pain. He tells you to ''look at the flowers'' whilst passing a dead cat on the side of the road.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      A divine feeling for being constipated for 3 days, s good as it makes you feel in your brain it’s a chemically induced feeling even the heaviest users acknowledge that

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      if religioncucks really believe this why do they reproduce and bring more people into suffering?

      • 4 weeks ago
        I ignore women

        Because Christians aren’t suffering for nothing but non-Christians are. Raise a good Christian family and you haven’t only made your life better but also other people’s lives.

        how would you know? have you done heroin?

        Uhhh…

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      how would you know? have you done heroin?

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Whens the last time you’ve ever tried to do a new thrilling thing you boring knob?

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I guarantee that meth feels better than a good night's sleep regardless of your age.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I feel it. I miss being able to sleep 10+ hours a night

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      My goal is to buy a small .25 acre property on an island and not work for 2+ years so that I can fully recover from wagie burnout and sleep 10+ hours during the evening and night like a healthy human being again.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        God that sounds wonderful

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Get a good night's sleep every night. Good sleep makes shitty weeks tolerable, improves your ability to bulk/cut, and helps with longevity.
    Snoozemaxxing is king

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    a good nights sleep and you wake up refreshed at 6am on a saturday.

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm 35 and I love me a good long nights sleep but it isn't close to a good long night of acid fueled partying with friends.

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Siiiiiip
    Yep

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