Mountain hate thread Anonymous 26087
Anyone else think really big mountains are boring as fuck? Everyone gushes over them but they're just bland hunks of rock and snow with no trees or man made structures
>>what did you do today?
>I just climbed this really tall mountain!
>>was there anything there?
>290 people are documented as dying while attempting to climb mount everest
>many of their bodies have never been recovered to this day
I like mountains, they are a nice change of pace from living around many man made structures. The views are nice and the wind feels nice. Some mountains have trees too. Are you the same person who made the hiking hate thread?
More so than the mountains themselves I hate the enthusiasts about them.
>muh nature better take a picture with my smartphone and upload it for digital thumbsie upsies
>i feel like i can get away from it all, look at my northface jacket and stupid dog and the food i cooked on a campfire and my all terrain vehicle i feel like i am in paradise
Dude we get it, you like to go outside and have even made it a fashion trend.
Best thread on the site.
I don't hate mountains, but this is hilarious.
Don't be jealous of nature's curves.
>mmm me climb big rock, feel strong
Best invention in history: dynamite
Best event in history: anglo saxons destroying muh precious nature in north america
Best recreational activity: hiding inside your bedroom
When they implement the New World Order they're gonna burn down all the mountains so no one who rejects the system can hide so you may see your wish of mountains becoming kill in your lifetime OP!
Mountains are nothing but a monument for the passage of time. And time gives me anxiety
Nuke all mountains tbh
IT'S LITERALLY A GIGANTIC POINT STICKING OUT OF THE GROUND.
I lived in the middle of the mountains for a while, it was romantic. Don't like climbing them though.
The rocky mountains in Canada.
God there were the cutest rabbits there.
Mountains are fucking CRINGE
if you like mountains, you’re unlovable
It's okay, all I need is my husbando Takatori-san.
is this manga worth reading to the end? I stopped reading soon after his teacher died and everything got all weird
(this was when the artist started writing the plot right. But I love the art so I feel bad abandoning it
I couldn't tell you. I haven't finished it yet and I ain't looking at that spoiler.
I dropped this manga, the protagonist was too autistic
I kinda liked that about him
GEOLOGY IS THE BEST OF ALL SCIENCES
The mountains of Europe have provided that continent with predictable rainfall patterns and steady rivers. Without them, Western civilisation as you know it would never have existed. You take too much for granted.
More like Scottish bluepilled-cucklander
this is basically how i feel about most natural formations
i visited the grand canyon recently and all i could think was 'wow, a giant fucking hole in the ground'.
Okay all joking aside, I cringed a bit when I read this and decided to dislike the grand canyon after:
>Environmentalist John Muir described its magnificence: “It seems like a gigantic statement for even Nature to make all in one mighty stone work. Wildness so Godful, cosmic, primeval, bestows a new sense of earth’s beauty and size… But the colors, the living, rejoicing colors, changing morning and evening in the chorus to heaven! Whose brush or pencil, however lovingly inspired, can give us these? In supreme flaming glory of sunset the whole canyon is transfigured, as if the life and light of centuries of sunshine stored up in the rocks was now being poured forth as from one glorious fountain, flooding both earth and sky.”
What a twat.
I think mountains are boring but I actively hate them when people either like or pretend to like hiking in them. I'm not sure which is worse, the latter is embarrassingly fucking prevalent on tinder and as for the former… if your hobby is just being in nature, it's not a real hobby. They need some skills and interests and a personality that involves more than walking around looking at trees and rocks. >>26090
Please direct me to the hiking hate thread, I think I've found my people.
>>26246>if your hobby is just being in nature, it's not a real hobby. They need some skills and interests and a personality that involves more than walking around looking at trees and rocks.
If they knew which plants and fungi were edible, knew how to trap and hunt animals, fished, and did things like archery would you respect their hobby more?
I guess I understand why OP might dislike them. The only mountains I know nearby are littered with frogs and trees and birds and lizards and a bunch of cool stuff, but I wish I lived somewhere less tropical because I really really like how snowy pine forest mountains look in movies. I know that bears are dangerous and all but I'd like to be in a sturdy cabin in the woods on a mountain and see a family of bears walk past.
I do dislike people who go out into nature and upload photos on instagram/facebook, especially tasteless selfies and very basic animal shots. I'm not a "photographer", I just think that people could at least take nice looking shots, if there's nothing nice to photograph then don't waste my time by uploading it, I don't care and I don't want to see it. With that said, I like to take the photos of cool and beautiful scenery that I think looks nice. I generally share it in group chats with my internet friends who don't live near me, because it's fun when I get to see areas around where they live and they feel the same way. I don't spam them constantly, we space it out enough that it never becomes unwanted.
Yeah probably, but someone saying they enjoy hiking in no way implies they know jack shit about archery or mushrooms
You know, walking outside is probably the most wholesome and healthy activity for humankind, we literally evolved to do just that. Hills and mountains, to add to that, have very high probability to find good places to live (fresh water, shelter, terrain overview).
Being on mountains is good by design.
Lord of the Rings would have been a nice trilogy if not for all the mountains and the scenery they forced on the viewer. What a bunch of garbage.
The movie The Hills Have Eyes taught us that only deranged schizos live in the mountains however.
The worst part of Obama's presidency was that he renamed Mount McKinley to Denali to please the natives when it should have been renamed Mount Retard(after the boomers who travel to Alaska and take pictures of it).>>26251> walking outside is probably the most wholesome and healthy activity for humankind, we literally evolved to do just that.
I'm evolved to sit at a desk eating fried food and pastries, no idea what you're talking about dude.
>have very high probability to find good places to live (fresh water, shelter, terrain overview).
You can just get an apartment or house for shelter and drink purified water in the comfort of your home. Shelter and fresh water are available like everywhere in the first world.
Also a good place to sprain an ankle or fall to your death(or tumble down a bunch of sharp objects and die much later from your injuries)
The virgin Appalachean mountains.
The chad Great Plains.
They call my countrymates "Schluchtenscheißer", translating to "Canyon shitters" because we live on mountains. I'm sure you would welcome that piece of vocabulary in your life
>tfw people talk shit about Mountain-chan
reddit here. whats up
I'm going to grind your mountains down with my bare teeth if i have to
Mountain haters should be hung. Day of the climbing rope soon.
What's with people who believe that a hobby isn't real if anyone can do it? A hobby is just something you do on a frequent basis in your free time. It doesn't need to be a real skill.
Watching anime is a hobby
Playing video games is a hobby
Shitposting on imageboards is a hobby
Travel is a hobby
Listening to music is a hobby
Hiking is a hobby
Having hobbies that require a specific skill doesn't make you an interesting or fun person either. Just because it's common doesn't disqualify it from being a hobby.
>you should be rendered down into axle grease.
>our shared wild heritage
Alright, calm down, Mogli, flipping h*ck.
The residents of the Appalacheans are all white trash with jacked up teeth and either overweight or meth heads. Is that what having a soul means to you?
If you love your wild heritage so much why don't you marry it?
I have really intense day-dreams of living on a misty mountain in China. So lol nah.
>patent contempt for rural poverty
You just romanticize them and do a "we wuz kangz" tier socio-economic apology for all of their disgusting shortcomings. People like you profess their greatness and then tuck all of the uncomfortable facts about them under a rug when they're compared to how other people in North America live. West Virginia having the highest obesity rat is an argument against a white ethnostate in North America if there ever was one.
Why are you bringing race into this? Making broad generalizations about the character of the people who live there seems equally as shortsighted as praising them unconditionally. The anon you replied to wasn't even praising them that much.
Wow, poor people have inferior dental health? What a shocking revelation. Somebody call the New England Journal and the Nobel committee.
They're poor because of their shitty genetics, their teeth are jacked because of their impulsive drive towards shitty sugary drinks.
Progressive eugenics revival is a pretty obscure manner of turn-of-the-century throwback. What's next, art nouveau? Temperance movements?
>>26301>Many people don't trust the well water in their homes because of pollution concerns and probably drink more soda because of it
No, the reason why they are fat is not because they are 80 iq subhumans like you seem to be implying. You are looking at complicated problems through a very simple lens.
Mountains play a factor into their state.
As such we should encourage humans to avoid living near mountains
Even bottled water is either cheaper or at an equal price to mountain dew. This is stupid logic.
>>26305>You are looking at complicated problems through a very simple lens.
You are looking at failings of people that are simply explained as them being faulty and instead explaining it as complicated as possible in order to avoid being cruel or come to the conclusion that they are lesser people that make poor choices, or if not that then being an intellectual that looks at things with a broad lense crafted of fantasy and delusion(which is any sociology explanations that excuse all failings). You're likely to hold that bias that excuses the hillbillies of all wrong doing since you have an emotional attachment to Appalachia(unless you're not that anon talking about walking through stupid wilderness as soulful).
I'm not that anon, in fact I have not been to Appalachia or even know much about the area at all. I just don't really buy into that the area is shitty because of personal failure. I don't really think that I am looking at them through a lens of fantasy and delusion, just writing them off as dumb hillbillies seems dehumanizing and that isn't something I really agree with.
You're the one who digressed into upbraiding the people of Appalachia when my post was about the mountain range per se. I only pointed out some virtues of Appalachian people because your assessment of them was so childishly one-sided. Truthfully, I think you're just a fractious dumbass lashing out for attention, probably because you can't enjoy the natural world owing to a paucity of soul.
But the "soul" talk, thesaurus vocabulary, and pseudo-intellectual writing style are childish though. You've probably never worked a day in your life and bring up labor movements.
Your initial assesment of people who hate mountains was that they were “soulless automatons” who needed to kill themselves
Are mountains sexist, racist, trabsphobic, and fatphobic?
Calling me "attention seeking" for blasting back at your talk of soullessness was substantive criticism?
You're hiding behind big words but haven't actually said anything more mature than I have.
>If you don't enjoy hiking in the Appalachians in early autumn and taking in the wondrous diversity of bryophytes, fungi, lichens, frogs, salamanders, birds and so on, the crisp mountain air and the solitude afforded there among elderly hardwoods and glacial boulders
Nobody actually talks like this, but an attention seeking pseudo-intellectual would totally write this in a silly thread.
NTA but bryophytes and fungi are a actual terms and things found on mountains and not creative adjectives pulled out of a thesaurus to pass some creative writing essay
I was talking more about
>in early autumn>taking in the wondrous diversity>and the solitude afforded there among
>maturity is admiring the outdoors
That isn't the definition of maturity though.
Maturity isn't entering a thread about a certain opinion and telling people they don't possess a human soul and should kill themselves for not being like you. You don't get to call people immature in your position.
And I appreciated nature and went hiking constantly as a child and teen, playing in the trees and swimming in rivers and admiring wildlife. None of that was maturity. I keep spotting this rabbit on my walks and don't think the time I spend admiring it has anything to do with my emotional maturity.
Maybe if you pulled your head out of your ass sometime you'd realize the pompousness of how you communicate.
>>26322>in early autumn
It gives context in terms of timing in the seasons. Completely normal
>taking in the wondrous diversity
Just describing the wide variety of things to see in mountains
>and the solitude afforded there among
This sounds a bit poetic and forced but only due to the use of “afforded”
Why are mountains causing all this fighting?
>>26328>Why are mountains causing all this fighting?sarcasm being taken to a vicous extreme
Is hawaii a mountain? I’m no paleontologist but if hating mountains means hating hawaii I am contemplating my opinions
To think that a thread about hating mountains is the most aggressive thread on CC at the moment.
This is a great thread. Lots of new insights will be generated here with positive effects for the world as a whole. Please continue the discussion.
yes hawaii is a mountain PSA to everyone here all islands are underwater mountains
also>I’m no paleontologist
yes Africa is an island, therefore it is a mountain, a very interesting fact about Africa is that it is the first mountain in the world to have smaller mountains on it.
what's the world's smallest mountain?
thank you it is comforting to know that everyday I step on mountains in the form of dust particles
but what if we ourselves are made up of mountains? How can we hate our own literal foundation and being?
>>26346>How can we hate our own literal foundation and being?
Lots of suicidal and self loathing people out there.
people who live in high-altitudes are at higher risk of suicide compared to ground-level counterparts…
The air is rarer the higher up you go, so it probably means there are less mountains being inhaled than otherwise. I can't act surprised when people with less mountains enjoy life less than those with more mountains.
I don't hate mountains, but they somehow have always given me a feeling of melancholia and unease. I live near some and whenever I go there or see pictures of it, I feel a certain tightness and claustrophobia (despite them being so vast). I also don't think they're pretty.
Samefag, maybe melancholia isn't the right word, it's more like plain sadness. No idea why. Maybe I just want to move far away.
Not sure if we're dealing with legitimately blue pilled mountaineers here or have been invaded by MIDF shills
yeah, i definitely would be hard pressed to wax poetic about it like that.
mostly it was steep and brown and filled with scrub-brush. and i hate heights. but the visitor's center was filled with pretentious quotes like that so i guess other people thought it was cool.
This is a common misconception that is really blown out of proportion.
Africa is actually a collection of mole hills.
A mountain stole my boyfriend
Why are mountains such assholes
why the hate? they're boring but yeah
>>26591>have thousands of miles of perfectly good land>replace them with a fucking rock
Yeah I have no idea why we would hate mountains
Other than them being a giant fucking waste of space, a parody of good landscape design, a raging sore upon the continent, a car air freshener laden pile of frosted goat shit
They can't even stop an elephant. Imagine being 3000 meters tall, spiky, covered in ice and overall impassable then a bunch of elephants from North fucking Africa stomp all over you without a care in the world and go on to plunder Italy and your stony ass is unable to do anything about it
Mountains are completely and utterly detestable.
>people think mountains actually exist
theyre like rainbows. you can see them in the distance but you can’t actually touch them
How do I reach this level of shitposting meta
Shut the fuck up decidiot, why don’t you make like your stupid leaf loser treelets and stop breathing in the winter
Um bill Cosby was there and I smacked his tits clear to mexico
In their imaginations they were shunned by colorado and nepal. This thread was born to assuage their undying rage.
Ie a thread for schizos perpetually stuck at sea level
Mountain hands typed this post
What does this thread have to do with moid shills again…?? fuck them completely
Mountainfags think they are special for paying 60k to wait in line at the top of everest
Deep inside I know you loath being stuck in Oklahoma :p
Omg you sound so cute I don't normally ask this but what's your discord. You sound so manly and clever
All you've talked about in this thread is mt everest and things people have done on it anon.
I think they look neat
Nope, no thanks not giving it out but here's some eyecandy in case you ever need motivation to leave the suburban coffin I know it's not easy but
>>110150>A mountain so gay mountain climbers build a bridge to avoid touching it
Can't make this shit up
Literally building a bridge to avoid touching every scrote and trapped deluded tradpill anon
Please sell it harder I really want to belieeeve ;____;
Mountainplebs? I’ve got a video for you.
Aren't the lot of you doomed to wipe yourselves out anyway through gross negligence?? Here get in line for it why don't you.
Lol seems the hills are just as angry as the little men that climb them
I didn't start a thread lambasting Oklahoma. It would be too fucking easy. :)
ok, this picture has me on OP's side now. FUCK them rocks.
I leave any time I hear a mountain open it's stupid mouth too
>w-wait people ACTUALLY like the outdoors and not sitting on your 300 lb ass all day
>People who have hobbies that aren't masturbating while eating sloppy joes are obviously lying!!
Can't stand city folks. Same for you fake country hayden-ann-lynns who live in trailers and never go outside except to Walmart
I bet the beachfag normies are behind this post. Have fun getting your free skin cancer, we don't want you in the mountains anyway. They should stay beautiful, tranquil and untainted by the presence of s*nburnt dumbfucks and their diabolic structures. FUCK beaches and beach enablers. We tower high above them in both altitude and quality of character.
Don't blame them honestly. Imagine being stuck near a mountain
proof mountains ar…
Mountainsoy please. Humanity evolved to walk on plains. If we were meant to interact with *ountains, our feet would have conical arches.
We weren't meant to interact with them, we were meant to admire their beauty. We also weren't meant to interact with space, but we do and it's beautiful.
Don't you just mean to say they leave a massive footprint.
I think you mean to say YOU were evolved to walk on plains. Don't lump us all in there jesus.
m**ntainoids on suicide watch rn
not actually going to go out of my way to avoid this for your shrill fishbowl hysteria and nearly abandoned strip malls anon.
Yes I fucking hate mountains and always have. I gave them a chance and they are so annoying to actually be in. Like I respect them and their existence is beyond anything my tiny brain can comprehend. But spending time in them is not something I enjoy. Especially those little mountain towns. they're so fucking depressing and creepy. And I already live in the rural south so that's saying something if even I think they're too barren.
ah the two places humans can spend time at. mountains or parking lot.
REEEEEEEEEE cry more
are we really comparing the creepiness of the south to the creepyness of mountains tho
so crawl back into your southern comfort zone and decay there, don't complain because some people don't want to follow your tedious ass into some sea level-stupid apocalypse
you can take you're precious comfortable denial and shove it right up your ass
Have you ever been to the south? I've actually been to the mountains
yes and its really increasingly a giant pill >:Y
where at? I lived in mississippi and louisiana, which are pretty flat states
Pretty much the only two flat southern states, along with Florida and the coastal portion of the carolinas. They rest are all part of Appalachia. It's a much older mountain range and won't have peaks like the Rockies but it's not flat, and there's probably more flat land in the Colorado high planes than any of those individual states.
The Appalachian is on the east coast. I think by the south you mean places like Virginia. Plenty of the south is flat and a desert.
The Appalachians start in northern Alabama with some foothills in the very north eastern part of Mississippi. Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana are largely flat, though Mississippi and northern Louisiana have some hills. But Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, the Virginias, Tennessee, Kentucky and Arkansas are all mountainous. I think South Carolina may have mountains in the northern part but I can't really remember.
I'll take the Himalayas over this shit
That one part where abortion is banned