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John Smith 17/02/26(Sun)06:03 No. 45908
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Dear John,
How do you feel about walks? I personally love them, night or day, especially when the park I walk in is empty.
Regards, John


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John Smith 17/03/04(Sat)20:40 No. 45910

I enjoy walking as an activity. A friend of mine only sees it as a means to an end so he gets it over with as quickly as possible.


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John Smith 17/03/05(Sun)01:10 No. 45911
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>>45910
I'm in the same situation.


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John Smith 17/03/05(Sun)06:41 No. 45912

When I was in elementary school we had a lesson where we had to take turns being confined to a wheelchair to make us empathize with what that's like. It made me appreciate walking more.


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John Smith 17/03/05(Sun)18:06 No. 45913

it's too cold out to enjoy


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John Smith 17/03/13(Mon)21:43 No. 45939

>>45913
funny, it's too hot out where i am to enjoy


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John Smith 17/03/18(Sat)17:13 No. 45947

Walks are a fine and relaxing way to clear ones head. I look back fondly when I was in high school and would walk home. No distractions, no worries, just let my mind wander.

I should get out more. Once the weather warms up my excuses will run out.


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John Smith 17/03/22(Wed)07:50 No. 45953

>>45947
make sure to wear good shoes John


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John Smith 17/03/23(Thu)06:50 No. 45954

I do enjoy a good walk. Unfortunately I never seem to have the time anymore. I should really make some room in my schedule to have a nice long walk.


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John Smith 17/03/25(Sat)19:44 No. 45959

It's basically a meme at this point but walking through a city at night is very comfy. the air really is crisp


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John Smith 17/03/26(Sun)05:20 No. 45960

There was a small storm today, and the first we've had above 50f. It was 72.
The air was still despite the rain, and it smelled beautiful.


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John Smith 17/03/27(Mon)04:29 No. 45963

Having a dog is a huge compulsion to walk, but mostly I just let him get out into the garden-alley near my apartment.
>>45960
I listened to a lot of jazz on this rainy day. It was excellent.


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John Smith 17/04/05(Wed)11:35 No. 45978

>>45959
I would like you to elaborate on walks being "basically a meme".


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John Smith 17/04/10(Mon)00:10 No. 45983

I like hikes.
Walks are nice too,at night in the woods or through the empty city.


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John Smith 17/04/12(Wed)18:16 No. 45992

Walks in autumn are the best, it's cold but too cold. There is a type of dead feel yet there is still life you know, makes it look lovely.


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John Smith 17/04/14(Fri)07:11 No. 46001

>>45978
nightwalks specifically are a bit of a meme for neets who otherwise don't leave the house. Regardless, nighttime is a wonderful time for a walk


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John Smith 17/04/29(Sat)11:40 No. 46020

Hello John. Long time since I visited you. Hope you are doing well-ish.

In regards to promenades, I do mildly enjoy them, especially when the weather is on the nicer side of its spectrum.
Walking around aimlessly is something I'm fond of (especially in forests) and if the area is geographically unknown to me for then it is all the more fun for it quickly turns into an adventure to find my way home again. It has its risks, of course, and I do admit that it has happened a few times that I've gotten lost in the woods, but it has thus far always worked out in the end.

Also, one thing that is somewhat pleasant is to walk outside very slowly, almost as if walking in slow-motion. It has a positive effect on my mind as it somehow works to stabilize it. Combining it with talking by yourself just as slowed down has made me more aware of how slower thinking (or rather, slower verbalization of one's thinking) causes a heightened awareness of ones thoughts and a greater sense of how to steer them in a desired direction.


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John Smith 17/04/29(Sat)22:17 No. 46023

I like to walk in the middle of the night. I have trouble sleeping due to stress and it's a nice way for me to get my stressful thinking out of the way and relax.


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John Smith 17/06/18(Sun)22:08 No. 46087

Dear John

I've only done day walks, but I'd like to do a nightwalk sometime. Though it would mess up my sleep pattern a bit.

Regards,
John


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John Smith 17/07/17(Mon)02:19 No. 46136

I love to walk at night with my headphones on while listening to orchestral music especially if its a little chilly really cleats my mind you know


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John Smith 17/08/15(Tue)21:05 No. 46176
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Do any of you feel insecure while walking out at night (particularly in cities)? I would find it very relaxing to, but Im a bit paranoid in terms of getting mugged, or worse.


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John Smith 17/08/16(Wed)20:46 No. 46177

>>46176
I've always been alright walking around my city at night, but I probably "fit in" to that scene a bit more than you. If you feel uncomfortable/endangered walking at night, try making sure you just stick to well-populated, lit up areas like the city's main street.


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John Smith 17/08/26(Sat)07:34 No. 46186

>>46177
as it occurs, the best part about walking alone is also being alone, making main street not an option.


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John Smith 17/09/09(Sat)16:38 No. 46196

>>46176
If you are really worried John, you should carry a knife. If you don't like that approach, don't carry or wear anything valuable while you walk. I like to leave my phone at home when I walk in the park at night.


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John Smith 17/09/09(Sat)16:39 No. 46197

>>46176
If you are really worried John, you should carry a knife. If you don't like that approach, don't carry or wear anything valuable while you walk. I like to leave my phone at home when I walk in the park at night.



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