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13/05/2020 pt4: /britfeel/ has officially moved here for the forseeable future. BACKUP URLs: https://anoncafe.org, https://anoncafe.co BUNKER: https://8chan.moe/britfeel/

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The Rules of /britfeel/ Anonymous Board owner 09/02/2019 (Mon) 15:58:07 No.1 [Reply]
Alright lads?

We're pretty laid back but here's some general guidelines:

1) The purpose of the board is general discussion, for Brits (and Brit-sympathisers if they're cool)
2) Topics include NEEThood, dolequesting, wageslavery, nogf, and general feels, good and bad. But there's no "fixed" subject so chat about whatever
3) Don't post anything extreme, ie gore, animal abuse, death, all that shit
4) we're a NSFW board but if you do decide to post nudity or porn then probably better to spoiler it
5) No tripfagging unless it's for a very specific requirement/thread
6) If you create a new thread outside of the "main" general, link it in the General so people see it (this isn't a "rule" per say, but just a good idea)

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Anonymous 04/18/2021 (Sun) 21:31:31 No.2964 [Reply]
angloids are responsible for everything that's wrong with the world
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>>3043 >If you've never had a Cumberland sausage you are missing out. It's got to be one of my favorite of our many national dishes. Cumberland sausages with mashed potatoes. Even the mere thought of it makes my lips salivate. That does look really good. Where I live we just have things like bratwurst and other squarehead dishes. One of those is a parallel evolution of fish and chips that started off as a Lent tradition and eventually gained popularity across the general population. Pic related. >Regarding the Irish, its not just the Americans who get confused but all over the globe people seem to have an erroneous idea - likely fostered by mass media - that the Irish are massively different from the English; in reality there's a lot more in common between an Englishman from Cumberland and an Irishman from Donegal, or an Englishman from Exeter and an Irishman from Cork than you'd otherwise expect. When it comes to music, food, pubs, arts and culture, even laws - the Irish Sea is just a body of water separating like-minded souls. There are also a lot of genetic links between the people of the British Isles. Ireland had Norman and Viking influences just like Great Britain. Irish DNA is also a pretty big contributor to the British gene pool. Ireland has had the least genetic influence over England (compared to Wales or especially Scotland), but even English people are still around 20% Irish in terms of genes. For the little it's worth, all the Irish stuff actually turns me off in spite of my ancestry. I guess I'm trans-Know Nothing. I dislike the accents and the Irish language (as superficial as it sounds), but I think a lot of it is my contrarian tendencies acting up due to vocal "Irish-Americans" getting on my nerves with their insufferable combination of self-victimization and ignorance about the culture they claim to value so much. I read an interview fairly recently with Americans of Irish descent where they went on and on about how Irish their upbringing was while clearly having little knowledge about the people whose culture they were supposedly immersed in. One woman even thought Northern Ireland was its own country now. These are really just gripes from overseas that have little to do with Ireland itself. It makes me wonder about Australia. They have a huge Irish diaspora, but I'm not sure at all whether or not they have the same kind of artificial "Irish pride" that exists in North America. >Even religion isn't as much as a divider as it used to be. Yeah, and the growing trend toward irreligiousness seems to be part of that. I've read that the Catholic Church is even losing ground in Ireland. >Don't let people who've never lived in Ireland or Britain tell you what its like to be in or from the British isles. Come here and see for yourself is the best policy. Just avoid the midlands. Are the Midlands really that much of a dump? The Southwest is probably the area I'd be most likely to visit. >>3046 >Another Yank here. My grandmother spent the effort to track down our family lineage back to the American Revolution to satisfy membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution organization. I've found two or three different ancestors in my family tree who were at Lexington alone. I also recently found out that the alleged oldest recruit of the Revolution is most likely an ancestor of mine. Supposedly he was born in France, attended Queen Anne's coronation, served under the Duke of Marlborough during the War of the Spanish Succession, fought in the French and Indian War decades later, and then fought for independence in very old age. He's said to have outlived his first wife and died decades after the Revolution at the age of 134. I don't know how much I believe the story though. I'm interested in extreme longevity claims, and it's highly unlikely for someone to make it to 115 with modern medicine, let alone 134 in the days when bloodletting was a commonly prescribed medical practice and humorism was still taken seriously. >One of our ancestors was a famous Civil War hero with a big bronze statue erected to him in the central park in Savannah GA (no doubt since pulled down and shat on by single White women, niggers, and other kike golems).

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Not sure if yanks know this or not, but here in the UK there's a general distaste towards anyone with poncey upper-class backgrounds. If you ever come visit, I highly recommend not going around stating how your great great great grandad was "Earl" or "Duke" of whatever. Rather than impresing anyone, you'll just be judged as someone who was born with a silver spoon in their mouth, and not considered "one of the people". You'd be more well received if you said you came from a line of miners or fishermen whose names are long forgotten than revealing you have a posh pedigree.
>>3049 I personally don't even see the nobility in my ancestry as being anything special, as they're people from centuries ago that I'm sure millions of others are also descended from. There was a bit of hubbub about Christopher Lee being descended from Charlemagne when he was releasing that metal album of his, but pretty much everyone else is in Western Europe too. https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2002/05/the-royal-we/302497/ As fun as it is seeing Stewarts or William the Conqueror in your family tree, I'm just as interested in the stories of commoners who ended up living interesting lives.
You should blame the baby murdering vampire cannibals for what's wrong with the world. Why should we allow our enemies to murder or subject us?
>>2964 STFU LARPing buddhist.

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Anonymous 07/11/2020 (Sat) 14:41:12 No.710 [Reply]
Where my retail chads at.
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Sun food that's what's up to!

Anonymous 06/10/2021 (Thu) 15:41:51 No.3085 [Reply]
HARD ENGLISH BORDER or soft eu border HARD ENGLISH BORDER How can any self respecting Brit trust non UK systems more than UK systems around great Britain? All the soft government policies are causing the problems they "plan" on fixing by causing more problems with imperfect solutions. Just have an uncompromised Brexit hard border and be done with it, let the fucking eurofags blab on about all the nonsense left in the wake of Brexit because it will make them look like soulless bureaucracy droogies. All the complaints are about semantics, make the politicians get over it and teach all these suckers that think politics is god a lesson HARD BREXIT

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Infinity Cup poll Anonymous 04/22/2021 (Thu) 19:38:13 No.2981 [Reply]
Hey guys, /icup/ here with a question on how we're going to handle the next iteration of the Infinity Cup ( https://anon.cafe/icup/ ) We're trying to poll whether certain boards are interested in playing in the cup, or if there's some specific team that you'd like to see play. If you want to, please answer or add your own answer to the poll in https://poal.me/6x3j1u
Will Wayne Rooney be on the british team?

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GIRL QUARANTINE ZONE Anonymous 12/11/2020 (Fri) 00:04:06 No.2564 [Reply]
britgirl here. how are you all?
Edited last time by britfeel on 12/13/2020 (Sun) 18:49:58.
Lurk Moar.
This thread is now officially known as the GIRL QUARANTINE ZONE. All lasses shall remain here unless they post one(1) decent picture of their knockers and/or fanny with timestamp, at which point they will be allowed to enter the hallowed "main thread".
But what if they still have a cock? Just post chest?
Ah crap, bumped with a shitpost. That's my bad fellas, just pretend it didn't bump alright?

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Anonymous 07/31/2020 (Fri) 22:36:05 No.1122 [Reply]
Well gentlemen, as the world burns around us i just want you to know that it has been a pleasant experience meeting you all and i wish each and every one of you well regardless of what the future holds.
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>>1123 I don't know, wherever my gut takes me, i wish you well anon, goodbye.
That sounds a little ominous, but I wish you good luck in wherever it is you're going. I'm staying here to hold the fort, and also because I can't be arsed to go anywhere unless I'm forced to.
good bye anon, maybe if you took hormone replacement therapy you could've been happier.
>>1122 I didn't see this when it was made because I only ever check the active thread. See you somewhere down the road, lad.
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/britfeel/ 26/09/2020 Anonymous 09/26/2020 (Sat) 16:38:27 No.2088 [Reply] [Last]
Thread #116 Wave 2 Edition
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>>3101 That might be it. I'm 29 (and a half; wizardry licence soon lads), and by the time I was in year 5/6 (2002/2003) we were all infatuated with "adult" stuff like GTA, Austin Powers Goldmember, Bo' Selecta, and 8 Mile, and the nerds were more into stuff like LotR and Warhammer. You were considered "gay" if you liked kids cartoons at that point, so I'm guessing that DBZ must have come over around then or slightly later. I remember that Spongebob, Beyblade, Pokemon after Gen 2, and the Gamecube were also things that were considered "only for younger kids". You might as well have said you wore nappies if you were in my year and admitted to liking any of that stuff.
>be chink >be walking down the street https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzO3VqSdzfg
System of a Down? Now that's a great band.
>>3105 I used to listen to them in high school.
>>3100 It's weird for me to look at this and realize how much my taste has always skewed more toward late Gen X and early millennial pop culture than that of other kids who were my age. I grew up with a lot of the core and late millennial stuff, but most of it I don't feel that much fondness for looking back. >>3102 What you're saying rings true to me. I'm a burger, but I remember getting ripped on for being into video games that weren't Grand Theft Auto when I was like 10. A year or two later, another kid would insult for backing the GameCube over the Xbox. >>3106 Me too. I wasn't impressed with that "Protect the Land" song they put out recently though.

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Anonymous 08/29/2020 (Sat) 03:37:37 No.1662 [Reply]
Think I'll be making a footie team on /icup/ tbqh guv
>>1749 You entering /britfeel/ into the GCUP or not?

/britfeel/ 30/07/2020 Anonymous 07/30/2020 (Thu) 19:11:06 No.1010 [Reply] [Last]
Thread #115 /bunkerfeel/ is over edition. Anon Cafe is our home now.
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>>2082 What are some devilishly indulgent vegan foods then? How many of the meat substitutes do you like? I've tried quorn mince, chicken, sausages, and bacon, and found them all very bland. I'm sure they'll bring out more convincing alternatives eventually because it's such a fast-growing industry, but I feel like it's still in the growing phase artificial sweeteners were at 10-15 years ago when they all had synthetic chemicaly tastes.
I saw that shot policeman was only a few weeks from being able to retire. Like something out of a bad film. Can you imagine being a few weeks from retirement and just being shot dead for asking someone about whether they'd been following toothless local lockdown laws?
>>2077 I actually nailed the hydration bit. I've been keeping a 2L Tesco bottle of water on my desk (probably not the safest place for it, considering this is my only PC, and I can't afford a replacement), and I've been drinking from it in between meals. I've never drank this much water before, and it feels pretty nice. >>2083 Not him, I tried some of the meat substitute burgers from Iceland a few weeks ago, and they were okay. Very bland meat, is what they taste like. There's a better kind, though, that they used to serve us in later high school when they got them, but I can't find them. They're pretty good nutritionally, and there's no grease for the lot of them anyway.
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娼婦、しょうふ、'shoufu' - prostitute; harlot
>>2084 Who shot him?

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