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#1
The title says all.....twas a nice walk, I like to feel spiritually connected with nature, and notice things more, then others, I'm in Edmonton so we have woods, cities can be sometimes depressing, but luckily it's summer.

Who else likes to feel like a Viking time to time?
#2
Did you see Slenderman? He's out there... He's looking for all of us. And he will find us. He will hunt us down, one by one, and then slowly make us obey him.

Don't ever go back into the woods.
#3
Quote by Somekid94
Did you see Slenderman? He's out there... He's looking for all of us. And he will find us. He will hunt us down, one by one, and then slowly make us obey him.

Don't ever go back into the woods.


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#4
I know exactly what you mean, sometimes I just walk around for ours with my battle axe by my side day dreaming of Valhalla
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#7
I like walking through the city and then into the woods/countryside late at nighttime with my dog. It feels better being outside when nobody else is awake.
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Quote by Somekid94
Did you see Slenderman? He's out there... He's looking for all of us. And he will find us. He will hunt us down, one by one, and then slowly make us obey him.

Don't ever go back into the woods.


First thing I thought of when I seen this thread ... Slenderman

Get out of my head
#10
I just got back from camping all weekend. Hell, I smell like nature even! But I do like a little nature now & then...
#13
Pfft, slenderman is overrated. I don't get what's so scary about it. He never even tried to hurt anyone, he's just kind of there.
#14
aren't you the guy that hates DSBM but has a DSBM project?

i live in the woods.
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#17
I wish I lived near a forest.
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#18
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aren't you the guy that hates DSBM but has a DSBM project?

i live in the woods.



lol funny you would make that judgement considering my earlier post on what I hate about metal, was frankly more of what pisses me off about it time to time, knowing the person I am.....Btw it's not much of a DSBM project then it is experimental, DSBM just inspired me to find more meaning into the music I write, given that logic, I hope everyone understands now before pointing fingers.
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I once got lost in a rainforest for hours. I was looking for the perfect big mossy rock to sit on and listen to Terria by Devin Townsend, and every time I found one I got sick of it after 5 minutes and saw a better one in the distance.
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#21
Whenever i hear 'take a walk in the woods' all i can think about is Jesus Ranch.
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#22
I live 50 feet away from woods and a cornfield,

I say cover it all with building's and cement, I wouldn't want to live in the city, but **** the country. There's nothing to do out there but get drunk with your underage friends, and even that's funner at home.
#23
Quote by xStIcKsxStOnEd
Go back the 60s man,quit beimg a god damn hippie,you uh....HIPPIE!


HA, I'm 18 bro, and I hate hippies, because it's bullshit, and on that note I hate John Lennon, he has so many dirty hippy followers, he's like telling them not to shave, not to clean live outdoors, yet he lives in a ****ing mansion, and has so much money behind him, I'm glad the hippy movement failed, yet another FAILURE in american history, honestly, America is one big dictatorship, they try so hard to keep their little "PERFECT LIVES" their little perfect suburbs, to the extent they have to go bomb another country.....I'm glad I'm in Canada so you buddy can suck it.
#24
Quote by Laprevraven
The title says all.....twas a nice walk, I like to feel spiritually connected with nature, and notice things more, then others, I'm in Edmonton so we have woods, cities can be sometimes depressing, but luckily it's summer.

Who else likes to feel like a Viking time to time?


If I wanted to feel like a viking, I'd go sailing, raid a coastal town, rape and pillage. Not go for a walk in the woods.
#25
Alberta has some beautiful scenery in the summertime, and Edmonton does a decent job of keeping that connection with nature. Some cities are just concrete and smog everywhere.
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HA, I'm 18 bro, and I hate hippies, because it's bullshit, and on that note I hate John Lennon, he has so many dirty hippy followers, he's like telling them not to shave, not to clean live outdoors, yet he lives in a ****ing mansion, and has so much money behind him, I'm glad the hippy movement failed, yet another FAILURE in american history, honestly, America is one big dictatorship, they try so hard to keep their little "PERFECT LIVES" their little perfect suburbs, to the extent they have to go bomb another country.....I'm glad I'm in Canada so you buddy can suck it.

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#28
The Woods > Life
I personally don't take walks but just go lie under a tree somewhere. It's awesome.


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#29
Quote by Somekid94
Did you see Slenderman? He's out there... He's looking for all of us. And he will find us. He will hunt us down, one by one, and then slowly make us obey him.

Don't ever go back into the woods.


#30
Quote by Laprevraven
I'm in Edmonton so we have woods, cities can be sometimes depressing

Edmonton isn't just sometimes depressing. That's being way too generous. I can understand why you'd be so excited about getting away from Edmonton for a while that you'd make a thread, don't worry about it.
#31
i live in a tiny english town surrounded by small woodland areas and farmers fields, i moved from london when i was 10, and i seriously spent then first two weeks running around the woods pretending i was link, i even had a sword and a shield...
#32
Luckily, where I live, there's forests out of the window. I particularly like it in the late march and may, when there are tons of flowers. There's a big plain I visit the most often and just sit there and watch and listen.
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#33
I often go for long walks on the coast. I imagine that I will take some trips to the new forest when I get a car for some walking. I like it alot.

And there's some good pubs down there.

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Quote by Laprevraven
HA, I'm 18 bro, and I hate hippies, because it's bullshit, and on that note I hate John Lennon, he has so many dirty hippy followers, he's like telling them not to shave, not to clean live outdoors, yet he lives in a ****ing mansion, and has so much money behind him, I'm glad the hippy movement failed, yet another FAILURE in american history, honestly, America is one big dictatorship, they try so hard to keep their little "PERFECT LIVES" their little perfect suburbs, to the extent they have to go bomb another country.....I'm glad I'm in Canada so you buddy can suck it.


lol Canadians are so cute when they think they are important.
#35
I sometimes take walks across the city. It's fun. I also like to take a bus and go somewhere, doesn't matter where - riding a public bus is fun. I like weird things
#36
I went camping this weekend and had an epic trek around the lake with my buds, some of whom were high out of their tree. It made for quite the adventure, especially when listening to Zeppelin as the forest turns to meadow and all you can see is flowers.
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#37
Quote by stratkat
I live 50 feet away from woods and a cornfield,

I say cover it all with building's and cement, I wouldn't want to live in the city, but **** the country. There's nothing to do out there but get drunk with your underage friends, and even that's funner at home.

when your underage, you don't think there's shit to do anywhere. Seriously, every time I talk to someone who is underage and has never lived in more than one place, I hear the same thing: "the place I live is awful, there's like nothing here." I hear it from people who live in tiny-assed towns, and I hear it equally as often from people who live in such places as Charleston, Myrtle Beach, and Atlanta.

Everyone (or at least the vast majority of people) hates where they are from while they are younger then about 20.
#38
Quote by Laprevraven
The title says all.....twas a nice walk, I like to feel spiritually connected with nature, and notice things more, then others, I'm in Edmonton so we have woods, cities can be sometimes depressing, but luckily it's summer.

Who else likes to feel like a Viking time to time?


How do vikings relate to this?
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#39
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lol Canadians are so cute when they think they are important.


Yeah but ethnically I'm part Serb part Norwegian lol, Idk much, but you'd be surprised how important Canada is in the world right now bud, about more then 50% of our oil goes to the US, and we have the worlds freshest water supply, and judging by facts soon the world will be looking to us for fresh water, and we'll be the ones laughing.

And to the previous comment about John Lennon, yeah he's dead, who cares I already knew that to begin with, but I didn't think you'd be a douche and start pointing stuff out just because u don't like me, but personally idk so yeah.
#40
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How do vikings relate to this?


It doesn't take much for me to feel like a viking considering I have it in my blood, a simple walk in the woods and I'd be chanting a few folk songs, many times I like to climb on a hill and shout stuff in the traditional Black Metal Screech on the other side of the river, the coyotes respond, so it's pretty cool for me
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