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Describe your aesthetic in five lines or less

Full sentences or single words.

1. Teacups
2. Big guns
3. The city at night after it rains
4. Being alone in a small apartment
5. Candlelight
 

MadKiyo

Furry from the discount section
I'm pretty sure that's not what aesthetic means, but I still don't know what's going on here.
 

Yakamaru

Bara mig och lite bensin
Aesthetic = How something looks like.

Using Google is obviously hard.
 

Slade Foxii

*slowly turns music up*
IMG_20160807_195724.jpg
 

Rigby

Diaperfurs 4 Lyfe
1. Stylin, profilin
2. Limousine ridin, jet flyin
3. Kiss stealin, wheelin & dealin
4. Son of a gun
5. Wooooo!
 

crystalisrc

New Member
Yuki - (Valor) – Possessing the bravery/courage to face all of life’s challenges squarely with a resolute and moral heart. It is important that bravery and courage should not be confused with pride. Bravery and courage are necessary to identify and achieve life’s goals and the setbacks that surround them.

Jin (Benevolence) – A feeling of good will to all, a magnanimous and compassionate state founded on the understanding that we are all the same and should be treated with the same respect regardless of station or situation. This requires lifelong practice and discipline (shugyo) to counter the more current and prevalent sentiments of judgment, separatism, mistrust, etc.

Gi (Rectitude) – Right behavior, conduct, and character. Gi is closely linked to justice and a person that possesses the character to act swiftly and resolutely for the cause of justice. This type of character is not borne of mere intellectual understanding. It is much more an instinctive and intuitive understanding of that which is naturally good and just.

Rei (Etiquette) – Rei refers to the courtesies and conduct required to be a functional contributor to family, dojo, society, etc. This type of conduct, or right action, is not practiced because one may be ostracized if not adhering to such conduct. It is much more important to realize that courtesy is a fundamental right of each individual, a major facet of the Iemoto system, and fundamental to the successful transfer of the lessons of Budo.

Makoto (Truth – Honesty) – The foundation of right action, makoto, or truth and honesty, is comprised of acting and communicating in an honest and rigorous manner as well as possessing the virtue of integrity. Integrity: being truthful, keeping our word, and cleaning up the mess when we make it, is an integral factor in the establishment and nurturing of successful relationships.

Chugi (Loyalty) – The primary application of Chugi is detailed in the character Gi – or duty. Duty to family, based on filial piety (Ko) is a fundamental aspect of this virtue. Duty and obligation must then transfer to relationships in the dojo and all of life’s endeavors. We must also be loyal to our own goals, plans, objectives and the realistic path of attainment. Here, makoto, being absolutely honest with ourselves, is imperative in defining such a realistic path.

Meiyo (Honor) – Meiyo could be considered to be the sum – total of the previous six virtues. One practiced in and possessing the above listed virtues would certainly emerge from this disciplined lifestyle as an honorable individual. The self-esteem and honor of such an individual would be consistently above reproach. Like the samurai of old, a stain on one’s honor/name, should be a sense of great shame for the Budo–ka and avoided at all cost.
 

Yakamaru

Bara mig och lite bensin

gonard

Puts the 'Ho' in Homeless
1. mossy forest floor after it rains
2. the sunset when you're driving home from work and listening to some good music
3. the scene in fear and loathing when duke's lawyer trips out listening to white rabbit in the hotel room
4. the song "solid air" by john martyn
5. uh..


idek if i did that right
 

lyar

Its not the human race, its just the human race
1. A valley between two brown hills
2. The cool breeze through thick black grass
3. The sound of a large beast's roar
4. Sudden shaking
5. The comfort of warm rain
 

Anodracs

Member
1. Overflowing bookshelves.
2. The play of light and shadow on a moonlit night.
3. The smell of an often used kitchen.
4. Soft trilled sounds made in the back of the throat.
5. The brittle beauty of fallen leaves coated in frost.
 

Sarcastic Coffeecup

Hand. Cannot. Erase.
1) Vaporwave
2) Vaporwave
3)Vaporwave
4)Vaporwave
5)Vaporwave

#Aesthetic
 

Zipline

Noodle Fish
Yuki - (Valor) – Possessing the bravery/courage to face all of life’s challenges squarely with a resolute and moral heart. It is important that bravery and courage should not be confused with pride. Bravery and courage are necessary to identify and achieve life’s goals and the setbacks that surround them.

Jin (Benevolence) – A feeling of good will to all, a magnanimous and compassionate state founded on the understanding that we are all the same and should be treated with the same respect regardless of station or situation. This requires lifelong practice and discipline (shugyo) to counter the more current and prevalent sentiments of judgment, separatism, mistrust, etc.

Gi (Rectitude) – Right behavior, conduct, and character. Gi is closely linked to justice and a person that possesses the character to act swiftly and resolutely for the cause of justice. This type of character is not borne of mere intellectual understanding. It is much more an instinctive and intuitive understanding of that which is naturally good and just.

Rei (Etiquette) – Rei refers to the courtesies and conduct required to be a functional contributor to family, dojo, society, etc. This type of conduct, or right action, is not practiced because one may be ostracized if not adhering to such conduct. It is much more important to realize that courtesy is a fundamental right of each individual, a major facet of the Iemoto system, and fundamental to the successful transfer of the lessons of Budo.

Makoto (Truth – Honesty) – The foundation of right action, makoto, or truth and honesty, is comprised of acting and communicating in an honest and rigorous manner as well as possessing the virtue of integrity. Integrity: being truthful, keeping our word, and cleaning up the mess when we make it, is an integral factor in the establishment and nurturing of successful relationships.

Chugi (Loyalty) – The primary application of Chugi is detailed in the character Gi – or duty. Duty to family, based on filial piety (Ko) is a fundamental aspect of this virtue. Duty and obligation must then transfer to relationships in the dojo and all of life’s endeavors. We must also be loyal to our own goals, plans, objectives and the realistic path of attainment. Here, makoto, being absolutely honest with ourselves, is imperative in defining such a realistic path.

Meiyo (Honor) – Meiyo could be considered to be the sum – total of the previous six virtues. One practiced in and possessing the above listed virtues would certainly emerge from this disciplined lifestyle as an honorable individual. The self-esteem and honor of such an individual would be consistently above reproach. Like the samurai of old, a stain on one’s honor/name, should be a sense of great shame for the Budo–ka and avoided at all cost.
You are doing it wrong. The rules were 5 lines or less. Also that looks copy-pasted.
 

glitchology

train hopping paint cryptid
1. freshly made coffee at all times of the day
2. a scent somewhere between fire and forest
3. snow storms in the middle of the night
4. the last train out of the station on a tuesday
5. wall mirror and black out curtains in a bedroom rarely occupied
 

CapralCapers

The weirdest thing alive
1. Scuffed knees
2. Eating worms
3. Torn jeans
4. Mohawks
5. Homosexuality

That about describes my uh... hard asthetic.

1. Middle-parted hair
2. Long t-shirts
3. Droopy eyes
4. Skinny jeans
5. Homosexuality

Thats my soft astheitc.

Am I cool?
 
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