Threads by latest replies - Page 8

(31 replies)

Countries with great /out/ potential but with little expression on /out/

No.1039090 ViewReplyOriginalReportDownload thread
Why don't we see here lads from South Africa, Brazil, Russia, Argentina, Thailand etc often despite they being big and populous countries with excellent /out/?
We're mostly Anglosphere and European shitposters.

Do you guys from other countries just lurk and don't /out/ yourselves or they don't even wander around here at all?
26 posts and 2 images omitted
(63 replies)

Boat thread

No.1039190 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReportDownload thread
What is this thing? I keep seeing them online but no idea what they are.
58 posts and 15 images omitted
(50 replies)

No.1041079 ViewReplyOriginalReportDownload thread
/out/ burning in Portugal

About 60 people have been killed so far. You ok Portugal-anon?

Also forest fire general!
45 posts and 7 images omitted
(233 replies)

Critter Thread

No.1031280 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReportDownload thread
I was viciously attacked by this danger noodle today. Luckily, he let me live after I begged for my life.

What critters have you encountered while /out/ recently?
228 posts and 98 images omitted
(26 replies)

Is the ability to Survive Naturally massively under, or overrated?

No.1036878 ViewReplyOriginalReportDownload thread
True question. Do you think the ability to survive naturally, in the wild, as an adult human being, is under-rated or over-rated in terms of difficulty?

Some points to get the conversation started:

- On the one hand you have the intense amount of physical activity required to establish yourself - make a decent shelter, find a good spot, etc.

- On the other hand every other animal is significantly less intelligent than you are and yet they managed to find a way to survive just fine, without even fire.

Are we over rating how difficult survival is because we live in the bubble of civil society?

Or are we forgetting just how extremely hard of a life it really is to survive on our own, because we've built up this wonderful civil society?

I'm hoping to hear opinions on both sides of the aisle.
21 posts omitted
(26 replies)

No.1040318 ViewReplyOriginalReportDownload thread
Does anybody take part in /out/ activities that require you to look a little smarter?

What do you wear?

>how 2 b a country gent pls?
21 posts and 4 images omitted
(5 replies)

No.1042962 ViewReplyOriginalReportDownload thread
Hey dudes, we're an /out/ based discord looking for some new faces to hang out with!

If you like to Kick cairns, shit in rivers, gearfag, and talk about /out/ shit then we're the discord for you!

We tend to be relativity active throughout the day, But keep in mind this is an /out/ discord so its somewhat slow sometimes.

Mostly active in text chats, But occasionally a drunk Australian will Jump on voicechat and some other dudes will join in.
(41 replies)

UK /out/

No.1040126 ViewReplyOriginalReportDownload thread
So what are are you lot up to here in ye olde britbongistan?

I'm taking the old man camping for his 66th birthday next week. Haven't decided where yet though. I was thinking Dale Head Tarn (lake district) would be a good spot as I havent camped along there myself in a while.

>epic views down the valley
>pitching spot sheltered by a rocky outcrop
>water source
>Abandoned slate mine close by for spoopy exploring shenanigans
>A pretty quiet spot in general
>Easy walk in/out if you park at honister slate mine
36 posts and 1 image omitted
(333 replies)

Homegrowmen Thread #96

No.1039376 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReportDownload thread
Old thread: >>1034574

Search terms:

Companion Planting - Raised Beds - Hugelkultur - Vertical Gardening - Square Foot Gardening - Polyculture - Composting - Windrow Composting - Mulching - Vermiculture - Espalier - Fungiculture - Aquaponics - Greenhouses - Cold Frames - Hot Boxes - Polytunnels - Forest Gardening - Aquaculture - Mittlieder Method - Keyhole Garden - Window Frame Garden - Straw Bale Gardening - Soil-bag Gardening - Lasagna Gardening - No-till Method - Container Gardening - Ollas Irrigation - Kratky Method

Chickens - Goats - Pigs - Sheep - Cattle - Ducks - Turkey - Honey Bees - Geese - Llama - Alpaca - Fish - Crayfish


Secondary Edible Parts of Vegetables:
328 posts and 100 images omitted
(32 replies)

No.1042530 ViewReplyOriginalReportDownload thread
The situation: 33 living at home with grandmother.

Shes being sent to a nursing home for people with demetia possibly.

My assets are 0 dollars, no employment. Bad area for being homeless due to rain and cold weather, Manchester New Hampshire.

Applied for jobs on indeed, no luck.

I have no cellphone, I use textnow app on my android phones, I have 3 android phones I can charge for battery life. 2 laptops.


sick gaming rig 6700k, 980ti
ps4 pro
2 4k hdtv's one is 3d and smart from lg 55 inch

various computer stuff.

How do I survive?

Also no vehicle.
27 posts and 4 images omitted