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Anonymous 06/22/2021 (Tue) 11:04:28 No.3112
Britfeel General #117 Good morning, Good evening, wherever you may be, across the nation and around the commonwealth. How are you doing? What's going on? What you feeling? Any good wanks lately, good shits? U been wotchin tha footie m8s? Remember IGNORE ALL NON GENERAL POSTS.
I tried the McPlant from McDonalds. It was dreadful. The patty itsself was fine. It's just a slab of seasoned pea protein so it tastes completely adequate. However, it was completely minute, it wasn't that much thicker than a slice of sandwich meat. For some reason they added a tomato which just ends up making the bun soggy. It was drenched with mayo and stuffed with a fistful of lettiuce, I'm assuming this is to give it a "healthy" appearance.
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BO lad, are you going to set up some Ukraine-related banners to show our support?
>>3897 No.
>>3897 Kill yourself.
I switched gym and I've been going regularly again. I now know that it's not lifting I hate, it was my old gym. It's gone from around 200 people at peak time to 20-30.
Petrol is getting very expensive.
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>Octopuses apparently collect glass and plastic and use it to construct homes, accumulate it into massive treasure collections, wear it as camouflage, and even use sharp pieces of glass as weapons in battles against other octopuses who try to steal their treasure hoards. What are the underwater political implications of this?
>>3906 Don't know, but the idea of sea creature society turning into an underwater Mad Max is an interesting one.
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>>3887 I arrived at the internet somewhere around 1999~2000, and for the first few years I remember the web mostly being simple Web 1.0 sites run by lone webmasters, early Web 2.0 sites that were a bit more dynamic and community-oriented, many large and active forums, and the occasional fancypants flash site. Around 2002~2003 is when I first started getting into online multiplayer games and getting more involved with forums, and that's when I first came across that whole "fkn n00b, j00 r teh pwned!!!!11" speak which I thought was the funniest thing ever (although I think it had already been around for a few years by that point). I was also well into Habbo Hotel, I had paid furni and everything. While the web was generally getting more and more interactive and dynamic by the day, the first big change I saw was the period around 2004-2006 with the advent of things like wikis, early social networking sites, early video streaming sites, and the whole 4chan/memes thing. This is around the time that normalfags who previously weren't the type to use computers at all started to use them purely as msn machines, and the culture had started shifting towards normalfaggotry, though it wasn't that bad yet. Also Kazaa died off and Limewire became the new hotness, and I remember there being some pretty major viruses/worms going around. After that was 2007-2008, which I've always consider to be the point where the old web died. All the old sites and forums began drying up or significantly changing in order to follow the new trends, the new brand of "lol so random" internet humor was lame and nowhere near as funny as the old stuff (to be honest, it had been mostly shit since 2005), the web was now fully mainstream and constantly featured on telly, radio, news, etc., and all the normalfags who'd previously only used the net for msn were now piling into social networking sites en masse. The whole culture of the net had completely changed, and I remember feeling very detached from what it had turned into and pessimistic towards it. >Personally for me it would be around 2008/2009 when normal kids in my school started getting involved with social media. In a short space of time everyones opinion shifted from "myspace is some stupid shit for sad losers" to suddenly having a facebook profile. Didn't go quite like that in my experience; for that period of roughly late 2005 to early 2008, myspace was the hottest thing that nearly everyone between the age of 13 and 45 was into, albeit mostly either to show off their shitty photos of themselves, or to promote their music or whatever (it was by no means just emos and scene kids, as some believe). Around 2006~2007 I made myself a band page and uploaded some of my music to it, but I didn't actually use the site beyond a handful of interactions. By the end of 2008 however (around the time I started college), myspace was no longer cool and everyone I knew had begun moving or had already moved to facebook. And for some fucktarded reason I will never understand, they brought their parents and grandparents along with them. Not me though, I was too cool for school. Pic related, it's from one of my old msn chatlogs circa July 2008. Can't believe I never got a girlfriend lads.
How do you cope with the feeling of regret in a healthy way? Copy possibly isnt a good choice of word.
>>3909 Cope*
>>3909 Either "I'll do better next time", "this experience has taught me a lesson", or "they were probably sour anyway".
>>3911 What if its not something you'll have an opportunity to do better at and you were taught no valuable lesson.
>>3912 "I'm glad it's over" or "well that was a load of shit, moving on then".
>>3913 That sounds like the final stages of coming to terms with regret. How do you approach the stage where you can comfortably say "I'm glad its over, that was a load of shit... moving on then".
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kcyUomYoPg What's the one starting at 25:05 sampled from? It makes me feel really nostalgic.
>>3915 It was written in the comments (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKQwgpaLR6o). I am incredibly embarrassed. Thread lord, please delete this.
>>3915 >>3916 It is from "Enya - Boadicea", but there's a good chance your nostalgia for it comes from it being featured in "Fugees - Ready or Not" and/or "Mario Winans - I Don't Wanna Know", both of which got to number 1 in 1996 and 2004 respectively.
>>3917 HE'S DONE IT AGAIN https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCHgxoXv4g4 I recognised it from this. I used to hear it one one of the music channels. It wouldn't have been Kerrang, which was the one I liked most, but I did flick through the others from time to time. I seem to remember them all being bunched around the same channel numbers.
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Lads can we get a bit of geopolitical insight in here? Give me your takes on the Ukraine situation.
>>3920 My "take" is that I don't really care about it.
You know who I'm liking more and more as I get older? Radiohead.
>>3922 They do say your hearing deteriorates as you age.
I went to a resturaunt with my family. When I looked at the bill I noticed an "optional service charge" was included in the bill. Very odd that it was optional since it was already there without anyone asking for it. I was curious so I asked the waitress if anyone ever asks for it to be removed and she said yes, but it's awkward because only a manager can take it off. So, to avoid paying this "optional" service charge, you need to look the waitress in the eye and tell her you want to take her tip off the bill. Then they have to go through the awkward ordeal of finding a manager, explaining to them that the customer doesnt want to tip and then generating a new bill. "OPTIONAL"
>>3924 That is very American and should be banned in Britain.
Is weeing in the sink redpilled?
Merged in some straggling threads lads, and deleted the penis.
>>3927 Only if its the kitchen sink.
>>3928 Oi. I appreciate the initiative, but you could at least ask us about merging those threads into ours first before going ahead and doing it. I'd actually already dealt with those non-general posts the traditional /britfeel/ way: silent disapproval while doing absolutely nothing about them (except spoilering knobs and removing spam). I for one don't particularly want thread foreigners with lurking disabilities being moved in with us; they can stay in their own threads (an act of true British compassion on our part) where we -- the native population of this board -- don't have to see nor interact with them unless we choose to.
>>3930 I can't even tell the difference, the catalog looks neater now though
>>3931 Are you alright? Tell me something about your day.
>>3932 *Waugh?!*
>>3933 Hmm, clearly I'm forgetting how formatting works on here. My apologies.
>>3930 Sorry lad, didn't realised you'd actually spoilered that yourself. Yeah, it was the catalog as >>3931 said that was winding me up. What do you think about a thread that the stragglers eventually get merged into instead? to be honest the biggest thing that was annoying me was that they were all above the main thread since it's bumplocked. Wonder where the threadslave is.
Tonight's viewing. Fucking about with the sliders never gets old. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Et08JOssGSQ
>>3935 I'd rather just make new threads when we reach the bump limit. I hate the spackers who make threads before reading the sticky.
>>3937 The global bump limit is about 500, which we passed a couple of month ago. I also just noticed this thread was created 9 months ago, fucking hell.
Tfw this is about you, but you'll never be able to prove it.
>>3937 The sticky doesn't say anything about having to reach a certain post number or bump limit before making a new thread.
>>3939 Prove it.
Are we making another general then lads?
>>3942 Nope, that's against the rules
>>3944 Fuck off (respectfully) new thread >3945
>>3945 Fucked that up didnt i
>>3947 >>3946 you buffoon. You absolute dingus.
>tfw no reply to my bennie question I guess I'm not one of the lads any more after not posting here for a year :(
>>3990 Don't remember seeing it, post it again in the new thread which is currently more active than this one had been for a while.

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