Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TurkeyGami, Jul 15, 2019.
Opposite of the "What Annoys You" thread, for positivity. Share things that make you happy
Sitting in a car at night while listening to the radio and looking at passing scenery.
WSJ (What Sparks Joy/Wall Street Journal??): beeeeeeeeeeeeeeer. Lots of beer. And barbeque. Preferably together.
Or weekly shounen jump. I wanted a versatile acronym :)
Versatile acronymity sparks joy
WSJ: being driven round town by my dad...
also, wsj = warrior for social justice...
WSJ: Japanese content producer actually puts in English closed captions in all their youtube videos of their own accord despite still primarily serving a Japanese audience.
WSJ: hiking in lush green mountains...
When those youtubers that I follow who usually take up to three months to make a single video finally upload a video.
Never heard of that JRPG class.
As an anime mod who works with youtube animations all the time, ditto.
WSJ: When I shower and my hair goes from gross and awful and greasy to a floaty cloud around my head. It's times like those when I don't even want to cut it all off and burn it.
This post on Bojack subreddit https://www.reddit.com/r/BoJackHors...inder_that_every_season_has_come_out_between/
WSJ: building Lego Technic sets
WSJ: Hiking in mossy brown windswept mountains.
This adorable short animation with the ghost girl dancing to a song from Singin' in the Rain.
The animation syncing is so satisfying. I am in love
don't think i've seen those...
WSJ: just being outside in the country. I like meadows as much as I like the fells and forests, being by the sea is as joyful as being by a lake or free flowing river. Being among natural, non human, life.
Also, throwing people and choking them out.
Spoiler: cørtesy åf Nårwæi
Weather has been utter shit for weeks on end, though, so I've not gotten to enjoy it. I just hope the horse flies are dead.
WSJ:Helping injured people with first aid kit,swimming orrrr breaking my sister bedroom door with karate.
WSJ: My weekly Friday grocery runs. There's something therapeutic about unloading foodstuffs and slowly filling my pantry every Friday night. I always look forward to it even if I can no longer buy most of the stuff I usually buy now that I have Type 2 Diabetes.
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