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When I bought my very first pack of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards. . .and pulled a SR Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon. :P:

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french kisses in bus stops

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"wait, you've heard of myth???"

and then parrhesia and i were friends for life

QUESTION SIX HUNDRED AND SEVEN: What's your ideal workroom layout?

are you a fan of empty space? do you like the tight, controlled mess? natural lighting? neon? i'm not talkin about what you got, i'm talkin about what you want

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"wait, you've heard of myth???"

and then parrhesia and i were friends for life

<3

Ideally, enough space and things just sort of... set out, neatly. On a nice big desk. Everything within arm's reach.

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I would like, if not a neat workspace, an organized workspace (which I guess tends to be neat~). One where I know where everything is so I can work much more quickly. When I worked on a salad bar, I tried my best to keep my workspace really neat and organized. All the food containers I used to carry out to the salad bar were organized in the same order (or at least, the order matching where the foods sat on the salad bar which was usually consistent). I left my towels/rags in the same spaces, when I grabbed giant food tubs out of the fridge I would always set them in the spots I thought they worked best in. I was told I was the best salad bar worker they've ever had, so I wonder if that contributed to it.

So my ideal is my ideal, but it's an ideal I try to make sure happens ^o^

As for lighting, I could care less, as long as I have enough light to see. I wouldn't mind natural lighting though because that would mean I might have a window I can look out of so I don't feel as trapped indoors.

Edited by Freohr Datia

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Desk facing a window, shelves to one side. I'm generally pretty easy to please, but clutter and mess are two things that I don't tolerate. Space for food on the desk is also vital, I'm rather difficult to separate from my work.

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clean, reasonably large desk (ie not a box)

healthy distance from coworkers (2-3m is okay)

natural lighting and airflow (ac a shit)

monitor turned away from curious eyes

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All I need is a large desk, mostly empty room, insulation, good air flow and some sort of aroma emission from incense/reed diffuser/oil diffuser

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Just a room with good acoustics, maybe a microphone if the room is big.

Since you're probably actually asking about deskwork, no outside noise is all I want. The only thing I want to hear is any music I may be playing. Don't care about anything else.

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Reasonably spacious, soundproofed walls, has plenty of ventilation via windows and the like, with a large table capable of holding multiple systems so I can use a desktop and a couple laptops simultaneously. Also, several power outlets all over the room would be ideal. Can only use so many surge protectors.

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a desk with roll-out storage space so i can keep the top empty (except laptop) and my storage space clean and organized. natural lighting is best. i don't like silence, so my ideal workroom would have friends or whatever relaxing in the room

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[spoiler=]nice-desks-nice-look-with-minimalist-com

also i'd probably throw in a plushie here or there

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Antique work desk, candles and kerosene lamps for light, and general antique decor. Earthy colours all around. Good airflow is a must, of course. Soundproofing would be nice. I'd like it to be reasonably spacious, but not too huge, since I want it to still feel pretty cosy.

I'm actually working towards getting this!

Alt: Vagrant Story's workshops are acceptable too.

Edited by Nightmare

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this

this is the kind of video i imagine the "nigerian prince" scammers would make and then high five each other at how great their plan is

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Wood tables/chairs, preferably. Not too much stuff (I get distracted easily). Lamps. Lots of lamps, no ceiling lights.

Something like that.

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Basically a cpu, desk, and phone. And a power strip and router and modem. I have a more defined and organized layout at work.

Not sure what my best surprise was. Maybe my bro coming home for passover one spring from college when I wasn't expecting him.

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BRIGHT, HAPPY, VERY DECORATED

everything else is whatever

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bed since i work better laying down, my computers (all 3 of them), also a cintiq, enough space to fit some traditional art shit i guess

also air conditioning, im not lasting in a room with 3 computers without AC in the summer

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BRIGHT, HAPPY, VERY DECORATED

everything else is whatever

oh, actually this is quite important as well.

i have a cute little pikachu plush and a tiny rhino plush that sit on my desk. a bunch of space posters overhead. a room devoid of decoration is a very sad room to me. it makes it really hard to actually do work because the atmosphere is so terrible.

Edited by Phoenix Wright

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i'm a trinkets kind of guy too, little lego figures and pins and balls and shit, gotta have a little clutter but not too much clutter

also i do better work with a corner desk and a monitor ~90 degrees to my right even if there's nothing on it/i don't use it, weirdly

QUESTION SIX HUNDRED AND EIGHT: Do you put your drinks on coasters, or are you a godless barbarian?

question stands alone.

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When I am with my family in indiana I am a godless barbarian, now that I am with new family yes I use coasters

I didn't even know coasters existed back then and what they even were because my family had none and I never heard of them \o/

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