No strong feelings one way or the other. I kinda like the post image limit chatting, feels like an afterparty, show's over, last call and we just hang out. Feels redundant to post roughly the same images in each thread, so I'm kinda biased. /cm/'s also pretty slow usually, so I think sageing evens it out for those who want to get back to posting images.>namefagging
ehh, depends on the questions really. I agree it does get confusing at times if there are no specific details mentioned but then again there might be stuff that people may not want pinpointed to them in the future. I assume part of the appeal of having these thread here is the whole anonymity deal, as well as equal access (as opposed to a subreddit for example, where you'd need a throwaway unless you're comfortable with people knowing more about you or a discord, where newcomers would have a hard time joining)
So to be fair, I'd say it should be a matter of choice. Even if we dont want to namefag, we shouldn't look down on others who do. Similarly, we shouldnt be surprised if people get confused when we dont. Keeping it comfy is what matters, after all, that's what these threads do well. >>3287126
Whenever reading (or similar, like playing a videogame or watching something) I get quite immersed but dont self insert.Never could do that. Might sound cringe but it's always like haunting a world/story/character. I can experience it, enjoy it, be fascinated and so on but I'm still quite detached. Most of the times I tend to see less of a story and more of what's happening in the background (themes, ideas, whatever the thing is trying to convey, style, tone, general technicalities).
He's both a reader and a wanderer, so I like to imagine we're exploring said world together, kinda like ghosts, unable to affect anything within it (not counting meta stuff). If that makes any sense.
1/2 more cringe incoming