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Your Ideal Evening

Postby mitchellbravo » April 18th, 2017, 5:12 pm

Some delicious takeout, eaten while in pajamas.
An episode (or maybe two) of whichever shows I have saved on the DVR. (Tonight I'd really be down for some Murder She Wrote, but will be home too late for TV) A small glass of wine or maybe a cup of tea.
An hour or so of inspired, productive drawing. (Hey, I said ideal)
Read until very tired; somehow do all of this and still be lights out by 10.



How about you?
(No need to be semantic about timing, I realize for a lot of folks, the evening BEGINS at 10. )
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Re: Your Ideal Evening

Postby JoKeR » April 20th, 2017, 5:51 pm

mitchellbravo wrote:How about you?
(No need to be semantic about timing, I realize for a lot of folks, the evening BEGINS at 10. )

10(or 22) is too early... :mrgreen:

But ...the ideal evening would be...
Working on my comic and listen to heavy folk metal tunes or just some orchestral metal with a female vocal lead. Drinking a coffee with spices. having breaks with playing my favourite games or reading stuff on wikipedia. This would it be.
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Re: Your Ideal Evening

Postby Oly-RRR » April 20th, 2017, 9:10 pm

I've been thinking about this for a while and I think my problem with evenings is that they are too short, no way of fitting in everything I'd like to do. But in general...

Junk food of some sort (probably involving chips and a milk shake or ice cream), watching an episode or two of a show I enjoy that I don't expect bullshit from*, spending some quality time with the rats, a bit of of video games and then lots of doodling and working on the comic with an audio book or a nice podcast on. No annoying noises from the outside OR the neighbours.

*lately every time I watch something I haven't seen before I get this niggling feeling of "yeah, but what if it's crapola that will just get me into a bad mood" and I blame the last series of Sherlock. :|
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