I wouldn't say so, since people search out unchanging comfort in their lives more often than search for something new. Maybe what drives nostalgia is that it reminds people of when they had security in their lives, when they were free of worries. It's also probably why people like to be in communities of those they've known rather than let new people in.
Although I guess novelty is appreciated in a sense that something new and refreshing can break from the usual monotoney in a nice way, but if it's not good then I think some would say that they prefer things had just stayed the way they were.
>>77852>life isnt the pursuit of novelty but the desperate escape from the mundane
Maybe that's a better way of putting it. It feels like more and more things are rendered uninteresting and dull to me as I get older. I think this is partly why 4chan gets dull to people over time, the same templates are repeated endlessly because it has a revolving door userbase that's continuously introduced (and entertained) by stuff I've seen far too many times.
What will I need to do to be entertained when I'm in my 70s?