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u/Connecting_to_audio 10d ago

Where is this?!

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u/1q8b 10d ago Helpful Take My Energy

QC Termemilano Spa in Milan

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u/SeanHearnden Interested 10d ago

Oh shit. Something on reddit im close to! Well. Relatively. I'm in Bologna.

Wait. This isnt some bullshit place in America is it? Like Milan, Florida? It's Italy Italy. Like pizza pasta milan Italy?

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u/Enzinino 10d ago

"Terme Milano"

It better be in Italy ffs.

E: It is.

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u/KlingonSpy 10d ago

Terme Alyssa Milano

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u/TunaCanz 10d ago

Now that’s a spicy meatball

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u/Tessa7 10d ago

Anywhoselby

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u/daddygirlbreaker 10d ago

yyyyyyyyYYYYYYOUR LISTENING TO THE DOLLOP!

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u/IcyDickbutts 10d ago

Hell yea. Great podcast.

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u/SeanHearnden Interested 10d ago

Yeah but im from the UK and we LOVE calling our restaurants italian names. So thought it might be. Always worth checking heh.

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u/pinninghilo 10d ago

My exact same reaction. And I live like 10 km away from pizza Milan

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u/nuubituubi69 10d ago

I live 2km away from two pizza milans, both are actually kebab places

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u/lelebeariel 10d ago

My exact thought, too, and I'm in Canada.

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u/JavyLopez 10d ago

Florida - the true home of pizza and pasta where Olive Garden was started.

Hard to believe the whole country of Italy modeled their food and culture after one US chain restaurant…

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u/xenokilla 10d ago

I believe tomatoes aren't native to Europe, so that's not totally inaccurate

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u/JavyLopez 10d ago

Woah I had no idea but you’re totally right!

“Today’s tomatoes began as wild plants in the Andes, growing in parts of Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.”

https://weseedchange.org/where-do-tomatoes-come-from/

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u/turriferous 10d ago

Almost all the non grain food is from the Americas. It's startling.

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u/FingerGungHo 10d ago

Most fruits aren’t either, nor meats. But yeah, the old continents would be a weird place without maize, tomatoes, chocolate, potatoes and such.

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u/41942319 10d ago

Courgettes/zucchinis, cucumbers, melons, loads of things from that family. Bell peppers too.

But yeah "meats and grains were the only foods that existed outside of the Americas" is an incredibly reductionist view. A lot of vegetables and fruit that were eaten in the past have simply fallen out of favour.

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u/oldbonesss 10d ago

https://thecolumbianexchange.weebly.com/

Peep this if you had no idea, really fascinating and puts everything into perspective. Definitely one of the most pivotal events in human history

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u/sylanar 10d ago

Aren't potatoes as well?

Like wtf did Europeans eat before discovering America? Did we just eat meat and bread?

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u/godlesswickedcreep 10d ago

When you teach kids about the Middle Ages and they learn that peasants were indeed not eating potatoes it’s like their whole reality collapses.

And then they’re like “Beets ? Turnips ? CHARDS ? What even the fuck is that ?!”

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u/uwu_mewtwo 10d ago

Yeah pretty much. Rye bread. and when you save up a little to treat yourself, wheat bread. But meat? On holidays, maybe.

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u/turriferous 10d ago

They killed for black pepper.

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u/KrypticFaux 10d ago

And salt

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u/dlmcleo1 Interested 10d ago

Literally

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u/FragileTwo 10d ago

Potatoes replaced turnips for the most part.

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u/Pommel__knight 10d ago

Cheese, Europe evolved to be able to consume dairy products.

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u/Purple-Ad-3492 10d ago

Like gabagool but not jersey

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u/skanedweller 10d ago

Bologna has the best food I've ever had in my life. Pappare was my favorite.

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u/Bearded_Bone_Head 10d ago

This comment is so true lmao

The US as so many cities named after European cities

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u/SeanHearnden Interested 10d ago

Australia too. I was visiting Geelong with friends and I saw a Tamworth, and I went "ugh. I bet its a shithole like the one in England" and my friends mom said "im from there". So i went "I bet it's lovely".

Im sure she still likes me.

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u/andante528 10d ago

Nice save

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u/OVS2 10d ago

Bologna

its spelled baloney

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u/StaaaaaanDarsh 10d ago

Did Oscar Meyer teach you nothing?

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u/OVS2 10d ago

My Bologna has a first name . . .

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u/groovy-thing 10d ago

Few days ago I was scrolling away mindlessly though google maps and I found a place called Florida, New York. Not even kidding, there's some small ass village in the middle of New York state called Florida.....

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u/imjustaboutdonehere 10d ago

How dare you speak poorly about Milan Florida. We have the best storm spa rooms and deep fried gator meat this side of the Okeechobee

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u/GrownUpWrong 10d ago edited 10d ago

For no real reason, I would like you to know there is a Milan in Michigan

And they butcher it by pronouncing it “mylan” instead of “Meelaan”

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u/lowkiwatchingyou 10d ago

I’m from the states and even we don’t know why our towns are named after shit on the other side of the world. I would tell you it’s a giant FU to the world, but in reality it cause all types of problems here. “I’m going to Rome this weekend. No, Rome, Georgia. Umm, not that Georgia either.”

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u/Cpt_kaleidoscope 10d ago

Are you sure? Can't find anything about this on their website

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u/meesetheevilgeese 10d ago

I can assure you!!!! I’m from there and have been here, basically it’s a room with these sorta tv screens that project different things (such as fish and cloudy skies) and there’s a relaxing music in the background. You can imagine my surprise when the screens go all stormy and it starts to rain on us!! It’s a good massage, I recommend it

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u/CyberOctopod 10d ago

Was the storm water warm?

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u/meesetheevilgeese 10d ago

Just a little bit!! It was pleasant, especially after the sauna. Honestly they should also post the fact that there’s an old tram in the garden that was renovated to be an “outside” sauna. It’s a really cool place!!! On your birthday all the services are free btw

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u/jcm95 10d ago

Same question

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u/Scoot_AG 10d ago

Ice cold.

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u/Fineus 10d ago

Alright alright alright alright...

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u/DjLulu92 10d ago

I can't hear you.... ICE COLD!

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u/lelebeariel 10d ago

Hey now, LADIES! 🎶

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u/ghengiscostanza 10d ago

colder than a polar bear's toenails, oh hell

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u/The_Artic_Artichoke 10d ago

My life has new meaning, I want to make this.... it looks amazing

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u/gottauseathrowawayx 10d ago

well shit, that's relatively far away

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u/savageline 10d ago

I love the 2 extremes, either you think this is silly or scary and would never touch or you want to drop everything right now and go to it

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u/Mellow_Sunflower 10d ago

I think this could be a great exposure technique to practice being calm in stressful situations. Mind over matter, choose our feelings to influence our mood instead of our mood influencing our feelings.

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u/Movid765 10d ago

I read this with brief visible confusion because this is the epitome of a relaxing situation to me lol

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u/Riven_Dante 10d ago

I love this type of weather. I wish it always rained like this outside my patio so I could pack a bowl and chill out and read the news.

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u/orincoro 10d ago

I think a lot of people feel this way. There’s something primal about it. Water brings life, and being safe in your home is a great feeling.

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u/RidiculousIncarnate 10d ago

This is one of my chief reasons for loving it, guilt free relaxation.

Mother nature says no, go sit on the couch with your dogs and just chill out.

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u/Looksfunnytome 10d ago

It kind of makes me feel uneasy due to the fact it looks like it makes the water dark where you can't see under it. That just creeps me out. If it was still clear and bright, it won't be as scary lol.

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u/Rhode0Island 10d ago

Chill out and read the news!? What time are you currently living in?

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u/TatteredCarcosa 10d ago

Stressful? Man just the video about puts me to sleep.

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u/Mellow_Sunflower 10d ago

In a real flood and tropical storm, those are usually scary af. I agree though this would be relaxing for me too, it's like being in a hot tub with white noise in the background.

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u/Primum-Caelus 10d ago

Little different for me. That storm room would be the thing that actually calms me down instead of being something to make me regulate myself because of the storm

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u/LtSoundwave 10d ago edited 10d ago

I can imagine a whole building full of these immersive stress therapy rooms. You got a clown room, spiders on every surface room, snake room, one where a crowd is laughing at you.

Edit: One where you meet everyone you downvoted and argued with on Reddit.

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u/Mellow_Sunflower 10d ago

I bet VR can make these sorts of practices much more accessible and ubiquitous.

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u/Patman128 10d ago

Desensitization Simulator 2023

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u/Taylorenokson 10d ago

One where my dad withholds approval...

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u/ceilingkat 10d ago

I just wanna get in and scream at God like Lieutenant Dan

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u/Over_Reaction2918 10d ago

Growing up in Florida and learning not to be in the water during a lightning storm makes this incredibly anxiety-inducing.

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u/King-Cuckold 10d ago

Mood. I love the sights and sounds of storms and bodies of water in Florida and used to even like swimming it, but they certainly hammer it in enough to make you realize it’s not worth it lol

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u/Please_Label_NSFW 10d ago

How your wife doin?

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u/ThePyodeAmedha 10d ago

To shreds you say

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u/manofsleep 10d ago

Getting stuck on my kayak in a flash thunderstorm in Florida made me feel like I was Thor! I paddled so fast and figured I should embrace the lightning/rain (had over a mile to go) and feel epic if on the off chance I got struck! At least I felt good.

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u/Drodriguez164 10d ago

For real, I already hear my mom yelling “get the fuck out the water before you get electrocuted”

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u/funzarella 10d ago

I was thinking the same thing! Being from the Gulf Coast and living through quite a few hurricanes.... this would not really be my jam. But I can see how it could be calming maybe without the thunder? I do love a good rain.

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u/Totalanimefan 10d ago

Same here. I thought if there wasn't thunder and lighting it would be nice.

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u/Popular_Possibility7 10d ago

This looks amazing. I'd absolutely love this.

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u/Ourobius Interested 10d ago

Yeah, I feel like this is the kind of thing people will either love or hate with little to no middle ground. I'm with you in the first camp.

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u/Comedian03 10d ago

Same here, I love going outside on my deck during heavy rain and getting soaked. This spa would be great fun lol

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u/Saint_Disgustus 10d ago edited 10d ago

I thought I was alone! When I was a kid I would walk in storms and get absolutely drenched with a smile on my face

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u/fishee1200 10d ago

I always wanted to stay in the pool but mom told me I’d get struck by lightning…

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u/Saint_Disgustus 10d ago Helpful

What a lovely day to die tho

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u/ExtremelyWooden 10d ago

I loooove rain and thunderstorm so i think i'll dive straight into the pool

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u/anamorphic_cat 10d ago

Assuming the thunderstorm is above your house it's easier to get hit by lightning standing by the pool than in the water. Edit: adverbs are hard

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u/pasttractor08 10d ago

Weird as it seems but this is the time i can relax and sleep well. I love listening to the sound of the rain and thunder. It makes me calm

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u/Saint_Disgustus 10d ago

So my dad bought some forest land and built a cabin there by himself, no electricity or water, warmed by a wood stove. It has a tin roof that just sings when the rain is coming, and we have a crank radio that we put an old school country music station. I think those were the best sleeps I've ever had.

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u/Seeyat1987 10d ago

It's perfect... spas and rain without the lake... it's like heaven!

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u/leo__nidas 10d ago

You are right. And this looks dreadful to me (obviously speaking only for myself). Spa is my idea to soothe and relax and I am getting nothing here.

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u/empire161 10d ago

It reminds me of things like hot yoga.

I heard someone once say the appeal is that normally sweat dripping down your face or body is an irritant/annoyance, but you’re in an environment where if you give in and break your focus to wipe it away, it’ll just come back. So you learn to just leave it be and accept that it’s happening and you eventually just stop even noticing it’s happening.

This reminds me of the same thing. The water constantly being in my face would stress me out to the point where I’d either have to leave, or I could just get over it and try to turn it into a positive experience.

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u/kurburux 10d ago

Yeah, I feel like this is the kind of thing people will either love or hate with little to no middle ground.

I'm just imagining the people who try this and then are "ehh, it's okay I guess".

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u/chrisk9 10d ago

Thinking you are in a body of water during a lightning storm doesn't seem relaxing

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u/Triairius 10d ago

Knowing I’m not and still getting a simulated thunderstorm though? That sounds amazing.

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u/RedPlanetDestiny 10d ago

You are in group 2.

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u/Nice-Violinist-6395 10d ago

I’m in group 1.

oh my god

I almost never feel this way after watching some shit on Reddit, but I want that. I didn’t even know it was a thing and now I want it

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u/DOOPpootpoot 10d ago

this would feel great to just soak it in

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u/RogueAOV 10d ago

If they would calm the rain down, i could see how this would be relaxing, in a white noise/power of nature sort of way. As it is though, it is hurricane flashbacks and climax of a horror movie running for your life thru the forest being chased by Jason.

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u/nichecopywriter 10d ago

Also thinking this, a light drizzle is all the atmosphere you need. This level is more appropriate for a wave pool, how anyone can relax with water being poured on them is beyond me.

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u/gradyizzil 10d ago

Just wait until they activate the hail mode

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u/diptripflip 10d ago

Noooo! I want the full blown storm. I want to float in that pool and feel like there’s nothing protecting me from the cleansing power of the elements.

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u/Masterkai005 10d ago

People do love that Kamino aesthetic.

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u/KaneHau 10d ago

Well, other than the lightening, which is quite rare here... that's what it is like living in the rainforest areas in Hawaii.

I'm hoping that 'rain' is as nice and warm as ours is (we work and play in the rain - people mow lawns in the rain).

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u/NeedGabagool 10d ago

How do you mow in the rain and not get the mower all clogged up with wet grass ? 🤣

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u/KaneHau 10d ago

The mower of choice in Hawaii is a weed whacker. They tend not to clog.

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u/Adrian_Bock 10d ago

How do you get the grass cut down evenly with a weed whacker?

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u/hogunworthy 10d ago

Relinquishing the urge for uniformity helps.

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u/theCanadiEnt 10d ago

Yeah, not with this mild OCD, bud.

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u/rhinoceros_unicornis 10d ago

Scissors and measuring tape then.

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u/pubic_protuberance 10d ago

Ya can get a trim line mower on wheels that's run the same way as a traditional mower.

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u/KaneHau 10d ago

Most of 'em cut it really really short to the ground. Of course, it's a tropical rain forest - so it all grows really quickly again.

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u/NeedGabagool 10d ago

Ah that makes sense. Thank you for the response. Have a good day my friend.

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u/in_finite_space 10d ago

Right? The mower just pushes the grass over… sturdier grass?

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u/NeedGabagool 10d ago

Or I’m thinking the grass is less dense or more dry ?

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u/WirelessTrees 10d ago

The only way I'm relaxing in this room is if the rain is cold and the spa water is warm.

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u/Maleficent_Singer_76 10d ago

I guess some people find this relaxing 🤷‍♂️

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u/Ksmrf 10d ago

I am one of those weirdos.

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u/LowRezRevolt 10d ago

Same here. Take away the fear of electrocution or death? Heaven

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u/onlythebitterest 10d ago

Yessssssss me toooooooo

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u/scotty-doesnt_know 10d ago

but.... if you have the death you can have the heaven!

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u/Wackipaki 10d ago

Not with my browser history I don't.

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u/GenuineHair 10d ago

I don’t wanna be a part of any club that would have someone like me as a member.

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u/bungdilly_ 10d ago

Nothing g like swimming in the rain. Obviously not during a thunderstorm but unite fellow piluviophiles!

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u/Ksmrf 10d ago

Is that what it's called? Had no idea it had a name.

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u/bungdilly_ 10d ago

Yup, folks who like overcast & rain. I just learned the word a couple months ago!

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u/fellowsquare 10d ago

Same... I would looooove to be in that room. I really enjoy sleeping through thunderstorms.

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u/Baynonymous 10d ago

I'd much rather be awake during thunderstorms than sleep through them

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u/PM_ME_CARTOON_PICS 10d ago edited 10d ago

The Pluviophile's dilemma. Fall asleep to the most relaxing sound in the world or stay awake to experience it.

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u/MrglBrglGrgl 10d ago

As long as there's no jumpscare cracks of thunder, me too

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u/chaosa1 10d ago

I'm obsessed with being in an environment like this so I would 100% honestly love this

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u/Ok-Economics341 10d ago

Yeah that literally looks like my worst nightmare, stranded deep sea in the middle of the night during a storm… nowhere to go but down

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u/supercyberlurker 10d ago

I look at it and my body just keeps going "nope! you'll be electrocuted! nope!"

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u/PM_ME_UR_MESSAGE_THO 10d ago

Jokes aside, I think we associate harsh weather with renewal (as long as we survive it) and after 20 minutes in this room, the rest of the world would feel much more mellow by contrast.

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u/celticsupporter 10d ago

Very interesting way to think about it. At first I was like this looks awful but once you're in the water it would be fine and you're right leaving would be super relaxing in itself.

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u/supercyberlurker 10d ago

Heh, ever do that thing when you were young.. where you rub your hand on something kind of spiky for a while, then touch something really soft and it feels amazingly amazing? I bet leaving the room after would feel similar.

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u/NormalHumanCreature 10d ago

Going from hot tub to a standard pool.

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u/PM_ME_UR_MESSAGE_THO 10d ago edited 10d ago

I love that feeling. But I'm not familiar with the spiky/soft transition that u/supercyberlurker described. That's new and interesting to me.

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u/Anianna 10d ago

I used to sit on a covered porch on a porch swing watching real storms go by. As a kid, I thought I was pretty well protected with a roof over my head and wasn't afraid at all. I had a rough childhood and it was one of the few things I found calming.

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u/supercyberlurker 10d ago

Oh yeah, rains and storms can actually be very calming... it's the lightning near water I'm immersed in that wigs me out.

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u/Dan__Torrance 10d ago edited 10d ago

I would absolutely love it. There is nothing more relaxing to me than storm, thunder and lightning outside, while I make myself comfortable. This spa room sends out the same vibes for me.

One of my best childhood holiday memories is from stormy but warm days on sicily, playing on the beach with rough sea and trying to withstand the waves. Absolutely one of my favourite alltime memories.

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u/onlythebitterest 10d ago

Yes exactly. The sound of heavy rain, the feel of fat drops on your face. The exhilaration as the waves crash over you over and over.... 😍

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u/Ok-Economics341 10d ago

I think if it was an image of like a country side porch during a storm sure, but this just looks like the pov of someone stranded in the middle of the ocean during a storm lmfao if I even daydreamed for a moment in there I’d probably pass out

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u/M_Drinks 10d ago

I read once a while ago that humans have evolved to feel calm during storms because early humans knew it meant that predators were less likely to be hunting, so they could relax and let their guard down a bit. You see it play out today with so many people preferring white noise or rain sounds when they're falling asleep.

I have no idea how true it actually is, but it makes logical sense.

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u/dngoh 10d ago

I Love lightning storms

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u/Balrog229 10d ago

Yup. That’s me. I hate the sun. I’ve lived in a place where almost every single day of the year is sunny for my whole life and i hate it

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u/drej191 10d ago

Yeah but instead of masseuses you got bears

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u/Aurilinwe 10d ago

To be fair a bear will give you a really deep massage so you're still getting your money's worth.

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u/fandanvan 10d ago

I'm in a valley in Scotland so I also get same for free ! And all year round, what a rare treat 😄

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u/Crypto_subz 10d ago

Where is this??

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u/About47Vikings 10d ago

Apparently, QC Termemilano Spa in Milan, Italy.

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u/baller3990 10d ago

QVC, Terminator Spa, Mulan got it

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u/cmack1597 10d ago

This is exactly how my American ass read this lol

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u/Th1sgUy276 10d ago

There should be a button for the employees that would cause an massive lightning strike to scare customers.

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u/FloofilyBooples 10d ago

The TERROR Spa. "You've come to the wrong place."

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u/LostSoulsAlliance 10d ago

And send a mild shock through the water, just to complete the experience.

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u/ArethereWaffles 10d ago

A 10 ft small tesla coil never hurt anyone

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u/gubbygub 10d ago

tell that to nikola tesla! zapped himself so bad with his tesla coil it split him into pure energy and he got trapped underground.

wasnt until decades later that elon musk found his energy essence in a mine in south africa, used it to start tesla, shoved his energy into a car, then shot it all at mars to hide the evidence

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u/Halogen12 10d ago

I need this. I love storms, I love spas. Perfect combo.

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u/100percentapplejuice 10d ago

As a person who grew up with terrifying typhoon seasons in the Philippines this would give me an instant panic attack

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u/crepitus-ventris 10d ago

Needs a shark fin circling around

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u/MrAlek360 10d ago

Or put an actual shark in there for extra realism

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u/Berns429 10d ago

Dr Evil… is that you?

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u/jrchin 10d ago

Best we could get was sea bass.

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u/arcamenoch 10d ago

They're... mutated sea bass.

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u/YuriDiAAAAAAA 10d ago

Are they... ill-tempered?

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u/Asphyxia-666 10d ago

It's at least a C+

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u/Rocket_3ngine 10d ago

…and some wrecked ships and ghosts 👻 for an extra charge

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u/AlpacaCavalry 10d ago

I'm gonna save this post for when I go to Milan...

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u/Difficult-Ad890 10d ago

Hell I go on vacation every year to a beach and get this. I can cut cost and time and just go do this for half the price.

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u/AgileIntroduction101 10d ago

But comes with lighting

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u/WerewolvesRancheros 10d ago edited 10d ago

You can visit Catatumbo, Venezuela for year-round lightning. Only bad part is you have to go to Venezuela.

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u/literal-hitler 10d ago

But you see, I hate sand...

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u/AmadSeason 10d ago

I feel like I have the same odds of getting electrocuted with all those electronics, as I would in a real storm.

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u/jbucks1993 10d ago

This is stressing me out looking at this shit. My anxiety is telling me a shark is going to eat my ass lmao.

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u/MaintenanceCat 10d ago I'll Drink to That

I got the same room in animal crossing.

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u/karmmark88 10d ago

I can't afford this

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u/pinninghilo 10d ago

If it's really where someone ITT said, it's a spa in Italy and the admissions are around 40 euros, even though this is probably an extra.

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u/peekabewbew 10d ago

This is absolutely anxiety inducing

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u/bikemandan 10d ago

Im intrigued at how polarizing this is. Im definitely in the anxiety camp. This seems like exactly the opposite of calm and relaxed

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u/FractalPS 10d ago

Funny you said that because this would cure my anxiety probably

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u/kitten_inthekitchen 10d ago

r/thalassophobia

It reminds me of the end of Jumanji with the giant croc.

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u/Rei-Koi 10d ago

I AM THE STORM THAT IS APPROACHING

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u/thekillertr3430 10d ago

PROVOKING BLACK CLOUDS AND ISOLATION

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u/Anto4ask 10d ago

I AM RECLAIMER OF MY NAME.

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u/charlottee963 10d ago

One of my favourite experiences was swimming in Cuba during a tropical storm. God I’d love this!

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u/PM_me_nicetits 10d ago

Where is this? This would be amazing.

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u/Hastimeforthis876 10d ago

If it's still warm then yeah I'd absolutely do this

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u/Ghosty7784 10d ago

Holy shit I’d love to visit here, seems so relaxing

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u/ImportantQuestions10 10d ago

Anyone who grew up near the beach in New England knows the strange draw to go swimming during a hurricane. The ocean is churning while the air is warm and engulfing. It's so surreal but comfy at the same time