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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.
>>3711 I'm going to return an amazon parcel.
I spent £20 on some new sweatpants and got bleach on them half an hour later. Life can be so unfair sometimes.
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>>3713 >sweatpants Debasing the traditional British language with your foul Americanisms. I will not stand for this
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>>3714 Debasing the traditional Wojak reaction image with your foul halfchanisms. I will not stand for this.
My mum moved in with her man a couple of years ago and I've been living here alone since then, just paying her weekly rent and covering the bills and stuff myself. Last month I finally got a mortgage and everything sorted and bought the flat from her. Since it was basically just a matter of paperwork and there was no actual moving involved we just took it easy over the Christmas holidays rather than rush to get all the stuff changed over to my name. Well last week we started getting to work on that, everything was very simple and straightforward (council tax, electricity/gas, changing addresses for stuff etc) except the virgin media. Got my mum's account cancelled on Friday and my new broadband package started on Saturday (had to be the day after the old package ended), got the delivery on Saturday with the new router and set everything up. Internet wasn't working, so I follow the troubleshooting suggestions (all normie tier stuff like "turn it off and on again then wait 30 mins") until I had exhausted all possible avenues other than the dreaded phone helpline. Phone it up and get some bangladeshi woman who can barely speak English, constantly having to repeat myself and speak slowly so she can get the gist of my responses to her questions, this goes on for about 45 minutes until ultimately her conclusion is that I need to have an engineer sent out to fix the problem, the soonest I can get an engineer is Thursday morning, so I'm without broadband for 6 fucking days. Very unimpressed with this shite, Virgin Media.
>>3716 "wait 30 minutes" actually makes some sense since the router has to fetch authentication details on first boot. Outsourced tech support can go fuck itself however.
>>3717 Yeah, the problem was that I had already done that once since it said in the setup guide that it can take up to 30 mins to download software updates the first time you connect it. I did it again anyway just in case it had been a connection issue or something the first time.
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Lads, how cool would it be to go and see Ceephax Acid Crew? Imagine it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYEw7tu89wY
>>3719 The maddest thing is, it's called "crew", but it's just one bloke.
>>3719 Thanks for the offer but I'm simply not interested.
Today I will remind them. FOY.
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Saver, 31, who lost her £9,000 life savings to a parcel text scam asks her banks: 'Why wasn't it flagged and why won't you pay me the money back?' >Emma Spencer was victim of a sophisticated delivery text scam >She ended up handing over £9,000 to a fraudster posing as Lloyds bank >Both banks involved say they can't pay the money back >The scammers also took out a £14,000 loan in her name, but this was recovered https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/beatthescammers/article-10398797/I-lost-9-000-parcel-text-scam-wont-banks-pay-back.html Who was in the wrong here?
>>3724 >31 >£9,000 life savings lol
>>3714 I grew up in a household where even glancing at a jjb sports would get me a stern look from my mother, so I never became educated on British words for lower class clothing.
>>3724 >sophisticated AAP fraud kek I get these all the time. It's just a random SMS saying some bullshit like "Your package is being held at a depot, please follow this link to organize a re-delivery". The link is just for a site that will then tell them they need to pay a small fee to organize their re-delivery. These kinds of dumb scams have existed for eons, how are people still falling for them?
Lads, do any of you loathe younger people on the internet? Seeing 18-21 year olds acting like something from 2016 is nostalgic. Or worst of all, having them lecture you what is was "like" back then during a time you personally experienced but they likely dont remember. Unfortunately I was just like that when I was younger.
>>3726 You never wore them for pe?
>>3729 No, we had a PE uniform. It was a pair of blue shorts with a polo shirt with your name embroided on it. In my year group there was a boy who's surname was "cockburn". As if that wasnt unfortunate enough, on his polo shirt the R and the N were touching eachother so it clearly said Cockbum.
>>3730 absolutely mad to think that there are actual surnames out there like "gayelord" and "bender"
>>3728 Yeah, basically what you said. It's not so much "young people" online I loathe, but the ones in the middle who think they were around for the "old web" because they were the 13 year old CoD/Minecraft/"memer" kiddies during 2007-2012. That generation is the worst generation to ever exist ever, fact.
>>3728 I try not to speak to people in that age range they feel like large children to me and I'm not willing to babysit or teach
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>>3735 I didn't, but I did play other shovelware mario kart clones of that era.
>>3728 >>3732 >>3734 This phenomenon is almost as old as the internet https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_September
>>3735 >>3736 For me, its Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IWTaCPiXqE
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>>3738 forgot the pic
>>3737 Rightfully so.
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The only racing game I remember for PS1 is wipeout.
Have any of you ever been a guest to a wedding?
>>3742 yes
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>ceephax acid crew is squarepusher's brother
This is now a Ceephax Acid Crew thread. Tonight's viewing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6t5hZTEdbI
>>3744 Can we also take a moment to appreciate how quintessentially British this phenotype is.
>>3743 What did you wear? How old were you?
I've had it with my smelly, overcrowded gym. I'm cancelling my membership.
>>3747 A suit and tie, I was 28.
>>3749 What kind of suit? What kind of shoes?
>>3750 Grey three-piece suit with brown wingtip oxfords.
>>3748 What will you do instead?
Went into B&M Bargains this morning and there was a young woman who appeared to be having a seizure. Fortunately there was a staffmember attending to her so I just carried on. Unfortunately something I wanted was in that aisle and I wasn't comfortable approaching them so I had to wait until 11am before I could return.
>>3752 I will find another gym. One that is less smelly, less crowded and less filled with teenagers who roll up in groups of 6 and crowd round a bench taking turns doing 1rm for a few hours.
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I've just ordered two doob tubes. What for, you ask? For my doobs.
>>3747 Yes, several. A simple suit will do the trick.
Doesn't seem to be allowing me to post images. That's simply not on.
>>3725 What's your life savings then lad?
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>yfw when filthy frank is actually a decent beatcrafter Now don't get me wrong, I'm not that big on the negrified lyrics and themes, but from the standpoint of pure musicality this is actually really good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eDk-kTE9DI
>>3766 I've noticed the past couple of years that people have been putting soul and jazz motifs back into pop music once more. Still don't like the fart basslines and retarded vocal processing, but at least it beats hearing the same four fucking diatonic triads over and over.
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>>3767 What makes a song bad? I don't mean bad as in non-musical like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukZYP5Dy43E but something that actually sounds like a properly composed song. A better term might be poor quality. Could you give me an example of a poor quality song and tell me why it's bad? I hear this song at work at least 3 times every day, I think it's terrible. Is it terrible? Are there any parts of this song that are good or bad? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5gGZ9pl_dY
>>3765 about £20k in the bank plus i own my house

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