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/britfeel/ 26/09/2020 Anonymous 09/26/2020 (Sat) 16:38:27 No.2088
Thread #116 Wave 2 Edition
How are you all doing? Are things going well?
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>>3061 I don't know.
>>3061 I'm alright, no different to usual. Whether things are going well or not depends on your perspective. Most people would probably consider my life to be pretty dire, but I've been worse, and I'm fairly happy with the NEET hermit lifestyle for the time being.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtu_o6ro4Gw >the vaporwavers will never make it >it's not a real genre >they're just nicking music >they've got no talent >vaporwavers are gay You might have been laughing before. Well you're not laughing now.
>>3064 I most certainly am.
>>3060 Far from deliverance
Have a good friday. Here's today's theme. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i08gE5EVKmM What were your top PS1 games lads? For me it's got to be this, Crash Bandicoot, Hercules Action Game, and Destruction Derby.
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>sudden 180 on the lab leak theory What's going on?
>>3068 reckon they can't keep entertaining dodgy media so truth is coming out?
>>3069 I honestly don't know, just one year ago saying that would've had you labeled loony bin material, now it's mainstream. From my experience interacting with the peasants the lab is very widely known about, and it's not hard to put 2 and 2 together from there, so maybe. Who /quite sunburnt/ here.
>>3070 /haven't been outside for a month and one day/ reporting in.
Nearly choked while taking a swig of water, couldn't breath for a bit. Think it's time for bed, goodnight lads.
>>3072 I'm pretty shit at drinking beverages myself. Far too often my coffee or water goes down the wrong hole, and I'm left in mild discomfort for the following 10 or so seconds. I also have a habit of biting the inside of my cheek or tongue when eating. Truly life is suffering.
>general secretary opposed to 1989 declaration of martial law preceding the tianemen square massacre was dismissed from his post and kept under house arrest until he died in 2005 chink history is interesting lads. imagine not leaving your house for 16 years.
I have just sunbathed my bollocks for 10 minutes.
>>2988 there's two.
>>3076 Are you from the secret tranny discord?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W61pjV4PyqA&list=PLt5nrEHWOIJJ2RLkNUO2vJORCFVmT11nn Super Fan Debate NHS Special Ft. Dr. Emeka. Is The Vaccine The Way Back to Football?
I am currently being investigated at work. It turns out if I get the sack I'll be elegible for £170 a week (after a potential 13 week sanction for getting the sack), which is more or less what I'm on at the minute.
>>3079 What are you being investigated for, lad?
>>3080 Marking down some dying plants and buying them without putting them out for customers first. They're also investigating another colleague and manager who I gave some to for doing the same.
Would our resident philosopher NEET bennie experts mind weighing in on my situation? Any ideas how I could get around this 13 week sanction if I do get dismissed?
>>3082 Can't you get on jobseeker's allowance if you get sacked? Won't get around the sanction but could provide you with some extra tax money assuming it's possible to claim 2 types of benefits at the same time.
>>3083 Apparently there's a chance you won't be elegible for anything for 13 weeks under the sanction, which is apparently decided on a case-by-case basis with dismissals.
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Sun food that's what's up to!
>>3077 spill the beans then lad
I passed my theory test for the second time today.
>>3088 Have you sat the practical before? I passed my theory first time when I was 21, but lost interest in driving before sitting my practical. Got back around to it when I was 24 but by then the theory had expired so I sat and passed it again then passed my practical first time too. Definitely the most success I've had in any venture in life to be honest, 2/2 theory tests and 1/1 practicals.
>>3089 Yes, I've failed 6 times. I'm trying to get booked in again but they're so backed up from the lockdowns there's nothing available.
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Did you know there's a Digimon that's a giant cactus with boxing gloves? I've been getting into the anime lately having never watched it or played with the cards as a kid, and I am impressed.
>>3091 I did, I used to draw the main Digimon a lot during the brief period that they were "the thing". In fact I still have those drawings buried away somewhere. Don't remember anything from the anime at this point (except the theme tune), but I used to have a transforming Greymon/MetalGreymon toy, and I had a few Digimon cards before anyone over here had even heard of Digimon thanks to my uncle in America sending some over. Nobody was that interested to be honest, neither Digimon nor Yu-gi-oh could come close to topping Pokemon.
Went and looked up the Digimon theme tune on youtube and saw this comment lads. Time was a mistake.
I've been invited to be injected by the NHS. Have you lads had yours? You DO want to #StopTheSpread don't you?
>>3094 Got my letter the other day as well. Will probably book it later or tomorrow, unwillingly.
>>3094 Had my letter a few weeks ago, was supposed to get the jab on the 8th, didn't bother turning up.
>>3092 For me, it was drawing DBZ characters. I loved the saiyan armour and wanted to become a saiyan myself. >>3095 From the /britfeel/ department of immunology and shitposting, we thank you for your sacrifice, and wish you the best of luck. Keep us posted.
Here is an extremely cool song from Japanese DBZ. I don't know if they used it in the English version because it has Japanese lyrics, but I'm not 100% because it's been over 15 years since I watched the d*bbed version. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qnGfycMjMM >>3096 L O O N
>>2964 STFU LARPing buddhist.
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>>3097 >>3098 When exactly was the whole DBZ thing in the UK anyway? Was it ever much of a thing over here? As far as I remember it wasn't a thing with my generation at all (which according to this pic is predominantly "Core Millennial" with a lot of crossover with "Early Millennial", but virtually nothing from "Late Millennial").
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>>3100 They showed it every evening when I was a kid. I used to watch it after school with whatever delicacies mummy had prepared for me. I'm pretty sure that if not for CN, I would have never been exposed to it. I'm 27 now, and I think this was during my later primary school years.
>>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.
>>3102 its still weird to hear everyones ages, I know we all grow old and die but I still imagine everyone is roughly 21-23, where did the time go lad?
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This is Laurel Hubbard. She will be the first transgender athlete to compete in the women's olympic division ever. Say something nice about her. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMHEkWZsUt0
>>3108 It's mad to think that all that UKIP/election stuff, greenfag, lupus, the party hats, the halfchan meetup, snake and sam, /guildfeel/, the fighting fantasy streams, etc. was all 6 years ago. Over half a decade. Equally mad that I'm still NEET and sitting in the same spot in the same room as I was back then, even most of the objects around me are the same kek.
Who's got a new phone arriving this morning then? Oh yes, me of course.

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