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/britfeel/ 26/09/2020 Anonymous 09/26/2020 (Sat) 16:38:27 No.2088
Thread #116 Wave 2 Edition
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Where my retail chads at.
>>2083 The secret is to buy the flavoured substitutes, buying the boring bland quorn ones is the equivalent to buying cheap mince or sausages, its tolerable but not really great. Look for ones with some flavours that appeal to you and give them a try, theres a huge variety you need to try.
>>2089 Some good companies out there making some tasty food honestly
>>2088 Will it be possible for one of the administration team to change the OP image at a later date? I have something in mind but the production process is going to take time.
>>2088 So what happened to our /icup/ pledge lads? Our wiki page just shows an Islamic team.
>>2091 Don't think so, all you can do as BO regarding modifications of posts is remove images, spoiler images, or edit the subject/message part of the post.
I've been putting the lottery on every time and I haven't won in 6 months. I have terminally shitty luck.
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>>2092 Made you guys a logo, tell me what you think
>>2095 Very good lad.
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It's the game the internet is going crazy for. What does britishfeels think? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0aw9e1fyRc
>>2097 Is that that Chinese game?
Is everyone alri then. Yes. That includes you.
>>2099 Had the sniffles yesterday, feel a bit better today but my hands and feet feel very cold.
>>2100 My feet have been getting cold as well, I've had to start wearing socks. It feels like we've skipped autumn, and I am not impressed.
>>2102 Finally getting into virtual singers are we lad? If you're after some recommendations, check out Fuji Aoi, Machita Chima, kaf, Takamine Iori, and Emma Hazy Minami (RIP).
>>2103 I don't know anything about that. What's a virtual singer?
>>2104 A virtual youtuber (not necessarily a youtuber) who does singing as one of their primary activities.
>>2105 Oh, I thought they were robots or something. That is quite good. Feel free to post some more lad. From me, it's perhaps one of /are lasses/ catchiest tunes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9ZMzQ3-ERk
>>2106 >Feel free to post some more lad. Say no more, commencing バーチャルフィール.
>>2101 >>2100 Wearing some good pants helps. For the past few days, I wore suit trousers and they are awful for keeping your legs warm. Put on my tracksuit trousers, and even though my socks have massive holes in them, I'm much warmer than I was with just the oil radiator on by my feet. >It feels like we've skipped autumn, and I am not impressed. There was a bunch of scary stuff in the news about how we might drive ourselves to extinction if we don't take climate change seriously. Then there's the government and Tesco's getting rid of their recycling dropoffs, and I'm a little bit skeptical about them telling US we need to get our shit together and stop wasting things. "Widely recycled" this water bottle says on it. What a load of bollocks - I must have been a child when I last saw my local Tesco do recycling. also >bottled in Cumbria Is that where all the coom brains live?
>>2095 noice.
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>>2095 It's endearing that you've deigned to make the barbarians feel welcome but really it should just be this.
It's actually cold lads. I've missed this.
Are we heading towards an even more dystopian police state?
>>2112 The answer is always yes, unless it's opposite day.
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>>2113 >crowds of pub goers pile out to party in streets and at homes instead after 10pm pub closures "The Deanos and Stacies will set you free"
I've been studying Japanese for about two years now, at least half of that in earnest, and it still amazes me how many words I don't know. In some scenes I still understand virtually nothing.
>>2091 >>2093 Work on it anyway lad, we can use it for the next one.
Does anyone know where I might find Japanese dubs of Western films/TV? There are quite a lot of films I've got in mind, as well as a couple of series'. Additionally, I wonder if you can find stuff like Coronation Street or Eastenders?
>>2117 I've not seen anywhere that does that kind of thing, and piracy in Japan is next to non-existent, so you'd probably have to import their DVD releases or something. >Additionally, I wonder if you can find stuff like Coronation Street or Eastenders? Doubt it, but I have just found this video which is cracking me up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKw2-3GP7LA >何しろ、ハッピーなことが全然起きないドラマです >After all, it's a drama where happy things never happen
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>>2118 >6:25
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Is he the greatest anime swordsman and character of all time? >killed countless foes >many unique skills >can backflip while deflecting bullets >was able to spot heathcliff's true identity as the mastermind behind SAO when noone else could >every girl he meets is swooning over him within minutes >not interested because only has eyes for asuna >purest anime romance of all time >doting father figure >enjoys log cabins
>>2114 I genuinely don't know what the government expected closing pubs at 10pm. Late enough for people to be hammered but too early for natural dissipation. Absolutely insane move by the government
>>2121 I think their intention was to stop people getting drunk by closing early without realising people will just go out even earlier and still get pissed.
>>2120 He's the Gary-est Stu.
>>2121 It's just a repeat of March. Pubs at 10PM are the least of our concerns, if town's full of people pissing around like it's one big holiday the rest of the time, and they all fuck off home to clap for the NHS with their pals in their gardens. But hey, at least we can be hounded by the police every time we do set foot outside. Bastards are probably spreading it themselves with how close they get to people. >>2120 Kirito would have defeated the bat soup already AND left the EU.
>>2122 I would've thought even before all this plenty of people would be pissed by 10, let alone now, I bet they were getting smashed early on knowing about the impending turf-out. That said, this is all pure speculation, I've never been in a pub that late, so I could be wrong.
>>2125 Normally by 10 you are pissed enough to stop bothering with things like personal space or inhibitions.
Excuse me, can I just briefly interrupt this discussion and get some opinions on an important matter. Which of these renditions do you prefer, and why? Carlos Piegari: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAakweHs-I0 Remi Jousselme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5s21-gpSLMk I hope I'm not asking too much of you lads. I would really appreciate your input.
>>2125 Back when I was in Uni, people didn't tend to even leave to go drinking until 9/10PM Granted, they'd be pissed from pre-drinks when they did.
>>2127 First one is a bit too fast and robotic, second one sounds better overall but the constant vast changes in tempo are a little annoying.
>>2129 >First one is a bit too fast and robotic That's what I thought. Judging from his channel he's an accomplished player so I find it a bit confusing.
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How cool is this window. I wish mine was like that.
>1975 was 45 years ago What is happening?
>>2132 It's ludicrous. I've said it before, but it's about time someone put an end to this whole "time" business. It's not on.
I wake up every night at least once, sometimes twice, needing a piss. I make sure to limit my fluids 2-3 hours before bed, and yet I still have to go. I don't recall the last time I slept right through. What's going on, doc?
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>3 different pitch accent patterns for one word >how you want your intonation fam >JUST
>appendix hurts again >they'll probably just give me some antibiotics and tell me to fuck off for a few months again because of the virus Should I stay or should I go? >>2134 Sounds like a habit. My brother and I would always try to use the toilet after coming home from school.
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I'm just going to go. A&E is gay, so maybe I shouldn't. I hate sitting there
>>2137 It's near the top of my list of places I don't like sitting for extended periods of time. What's happened?
>>2134 Try a melatonin before bed for a deep sleep so you can reset yourself out of the habit.
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>>2132 I'm not one for frogposting but this particular frog perfectly sums up everything ever.
>>2137 It'll probably be empty and if they think it could be appendicitis you'll be triaged into a ward quick.
Ah,yes. *looks you up and down* You'll do nicely. I trust you had no trouble finding the office? Excellent. Please sit here. Mr. Willytits will see you soon.
>>2137 I hope you're alright, keep us updated lad. A&E a shit but it's better to be safe.
Can't beat a nice big wee in the sink
It's in the local the news that a pair of benders in their 50s have adopted a newborn baby from a surrogate. Not great, if I'm honest. In other news, there have been some more covid cases - one in a factory and a few in schools - which for my area, in the last wave having hardly any, is significant. It still doesn't affect me at all though. There's something comfy about watching it all from the sidelines.
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Hear hear.
>>2146 Just don't understand why people won't vote for us, we only call them thick racists constantly.
Feeling pretty low tonight lads, have been for a few days if I'm honest. No particular reason, just need to see it through. Got a lot of cleaning to do when I feel up to it again, and need to do the bins. Think I'll head to bed early tonight.
>>2148 A good night's sleep and getting up at a decent time can make all the difference sometimes. Goodnight lad, sleep well.
>>2148 I felt like that the other day, I think I wound myself up more by trying to figure out why, attributing it to this or that, when in hindsight, it probably couldn't be helped. Good night lad.
>>2138 >>2141 >>2143 Earlier in the I went in with an awful stomach ache and found out I needed my appendix removing, but they couldn't operate it because of the government letting the coronavirus arrivals into the country go everywhere. So they sent me home with two weeks of antibiotics as treatment. A few hours ago, it started again, with all the same symptoms I scrounged together some change to pay for a bus ticket, and I couldn't afford one back, so I ended up wandering around Liverpool for another one and a half hours on top of the eight or so I spent on my arse in A&E before they gave me some more pills with a similar excuse after losing my blood samples and having to do fresh tests. The silver lining of this, though, is the 999 guy said he would arrange for a social worker to help unfuck my universal credit. And I got some fresh bread. It's toastie bread, though, not the nice roberts bread. It's too late for breakfast, now, though, isn't it? I'm going to make dinner quick and go to bed, I think
>>2151 That sounds like a bag of wank lad. What do the antibiotics do? I didn't know appendix problems were caused by infections. How do the little blighters get in there. Hopefully it's subsided enough for a decent night's sleep.
I woke up for THREE pisses this time.
I bought some blue ice G-Fuel and the estimated delivery is October 28th....
lad are you alri
>>2157 I'd never heard of this stuff before all the recent commotion over it in here. What's it all about? Got the quick rundown?
>>2159 The latest fad energy drink in a long list of fad energy drinks.
I've found the worst serial killer lads. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Berdella >In 1992, Berdella contacted the counselor whom he had met when first incarcerated, Rev. Roger Coleman. He informed Coleman of his distress due to staff at the Missouri State Penitentiary withholding his heart medication. >dies of a heart attack the same year Absolutely based.
I'd just like to take a moment to thank the lad who recommended that instead of going for a piss when I wake up in the night, I don't go for one. I managed to get back off. This has been my first (nearly) full night's sleep since before I can remember. Hopefully if I do this a few times I'll just start sleep right through. I've decided to nominate you for this year's Pride of /britfeel/ awards. Have a great day lad.
>>2157 >buying hyped up energy drinks you get what you deserve lad
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I've been getting some wrist pain lately so I've started a little stretching/strengthening routine that will hopefully sort it out. What ails you, lads? We're not the spring chickens we used to be. Are you feeling the effects of aging yet?
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IT JUST KEEPS HAPPENING The comments section is kekworthy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHQInjaI9FI
>>2167 I am loving the look on his face during all of these videos, poor lad.
I've just finished watching Monster. I enjoyed all of it except for the ending, what a nonsensical letdown.
>>2167 remember lads, that if this welfare lad can get married, so can you, and because you're not from the family of nonces, you can find someone better
>>2169 I haven't seen Monster, but there aren't many shows out there with satisfying endings. I always go in with the assumption that the ending will be rubbish, and I'll either be right or pleasantly surprised.
Morning lads. Apparently Trump is having difficulty breathing.
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just want a death god mate who follows me around me and eats apples its not FAIR lads
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>>2172 I lot of people are having difficulty breathing.
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you're walking home from your mandatory daily covid test when *thud* *crash* you turn around and this is on the floor behind you. what do you do
>>2173 >>2175 This is the only shounen I've seen where the main character isn't crying all the time. Fantastic.
I'm a big fan of the sound of rain. Rain and birdsong? Even better.
>>2174 Must have weak lungs if you struggle to breathe through a thin mask.
Is anyone here worried about Trump? Apparently his vital signs are "very concerning".
Lads, what's happened to the board? Have we lost someone? Is appendix lad still alive?
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I've been browsing 2chan a bit lately. Some of them are alright.
>>2180 >Lads, what's happened to the board? Have we lost someone? I've just been busy with other things, focusing on hobby projects a lot lately. >>2181 Nice. Check this out if you're interested lad https://futabachannel.neocities.org/ , especially the recently added "Enhanced Board List", which should give you a much better idea of where all Futaba's activity is. It's pretty mad that their top two boards are as fast as 4chan's /pol/, /v/, and /a/ put together. Each.
>>2180 It was the death note anon, he wrote "Anonymous" in it. I'm still alive, although my sleep pattern's completely fugged. Looking forward to getting some actual food delivered now that I've got my UC payment, and in the morning I'm going to go through the list of people the 999 guy emailed me to talk to. Honestly, though, this system sucks. I've come close to starving a few times over the years. I've told them that I would work if I could just to get away from them, but they're so far up their own arses they can see their own appendixes. The worst part of this is, the amount of people who work for the DWP, who are completely useless, and wouldn't have a job otherwise, somehow deciding everything. And the tribunal's taking ages to deal with it, because they're especially busy with the corona.
Morning lads. It's looking very nice out today, I think I'll chance a walk later. This morning I've been marathoning Death Note. It was one of the first animes I watched when I started mass immersing, and I understood virtually none of it. Now I feel like I'm at roughly 10% full comprehension, 40% consistent gist-getting, and the remaining 50% going totally over my head, which to be honest is a fantastic feel, given the sheer amount of dialogue and the speed at which they talk, and how difficult this was for me not that long ago. >>2182 Glad you're alive lad. >hobby projects どんなプロジェクト? >>2183 My only dealings with them were showing up every two weeks to sign on. What a hellish job that must be - sat at a desk all day in a dull grey building, robotically following monotonous beureaucratic procedures, being responsible for ensuring the argumentative chavs they have to interact with all day get their free money. In this case, NEET man has the last laugh.
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>>2180 I've been pretty afk lately, course-load is high and so am I. Unironically feel like this all the time while doing uni work
>>2184 It's not just them, either >we can't do that here at the jobcentre, that's against the regulations. >have you talked to the council? >have you talked to citizen's advice? >have you talked to the DWP? >have you talked to the council? the whole system seems to be designed to create work for these actual muppets. Before I applied to the tribunal, it was a never ending cycle of this dicking around with circular referrals and work baiting activities (you MUST be healthy, you came in, we've got you now!!). And I remember going in the first time, they didn't have a care in the world. People were sort of congregated by the door, and there weren't even any seats. Eventually, I just walked up to one of the tiny desks and asked them if that was normal, and then the guy started talking to me - and then the crowd behind me followed once they realised that these silent people at desks were the staff they were supposed to talk to. It was the job center, and they weren't interested in doing any work. ridiculous. Honestly, this feels like it'll go on forever. And Boris and his cronies are too busy looking smart for the pandemic they ignored until late March, what a load of bollocks this country is in
>>2184 I don't envy them, being underresourced and having to make a massive negative decision on someones life must be soul crushing. Even worse for the ones at Serco and the like that are actively incentivised by the higher ups to do what makes the most profit.
>>2186 My opinion on the benefits system aligns with that of the Ken Loach. The whole thing seems to be a kafkaesque nightmare designed to suck the soul out of everyone involved until they just give up. Someone who actually needs say disability related benefits is going to struggle to do the whole runaround that you are experiencing unless they have an expert third party to guide them in what to do. Its like how whenever they actually look at the money the benefit cheap stopping systems actually save and they almost always cost more than they pay out.
>>2185 Chin up lad. You're representing /britfeel/ in the real world now. Do us proud.
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On balance, how would you rate our women lads?
>>2184 >どんなプロジェクト? Web stuff mostly, mainly been working on a site that I may or may not have linked in a previous post. >>2190 The "women" like the ones you posted look like shit due to their horrid lifestyles and distorted sense of beauty, but our lasses can look great when they know how to look after themselves.
>>2190 >orrid lifestyles and distorted sense of beauty It's sad to see naturally beautiful girls absolutely wreck their looks. Our country has a reputation for having ugly birds but in a lot of cases I don't think it had to be that way, they've just fallen for dangerous memes. Where are the strong male role models?
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I just accidentally came on my face and in my hair, and to make matters worse there's a massive house spider doing laps of my room.
>>2190 3. Most women here are ugly because they're fat or really underweight, and they put on a shitton of makeup.
>>2194 Everything that trollops do (or don't do) contributes to them looking like hideous malformed wretches. I'd probably pity them if they weren't just as ugly and vapid on the inside.
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Imagine being a death god and being this beta.
>>2190 shite when they drink, smoke, tan and wear heavy makeup. Some of the women who are light skinned/fair and natural are 8 or 9s but these ones you posted are as follows: 3,4,3,2
Lads how are you all coping? I keep going on walks but walks aren't working the way they used to do
Because my nephew is being homeschooled, I am now his PE teacher. We've just had our first lesson.
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Redpill me on soil
Music lad, can you tell me a bit abotu how Beethoven wrote so much beautiful music when he was deaf please.
>>2202 He wasn't always deaf, he lost his hearing ability slowly between the age of 30 and 45. Once you're intimately familiar with how music and harmony works, and you're able to sight-read music the same way we can read English, you don't need hearing to write music. I keep saying it, but music is not random, it's playing with physics.
*shuffles papers* I'm looking for some input on an idea for a new term I've been bouncing around my mind for a little while. I'm going to reveal it a little later on in the post, but for now please read attentively while I provide some background. It's a combination of the classic "wet noodle", and Deano's choice, "nugget". "Wet noodle" has been a long time favourite of the Great British public, but as we all know, these things tend to lose their potency with the passage of time as newer, fresher terms make their way into the vernacular. The same can also be said for "nugget", however I feel this one also has the added downside of being used by a fairly exclusive subsection of the population. The people want something new - nay - they need it. This is where my phrase comes in. It packs a similar connotation and all the punch of the raw materials from which I've crafted it, but has the added bonus of being new and exciting, and having that mass appeal that will lend it every chance of, if my calculations are correct, becoming one of the most popular terms in the British language. I can now reveal that the term is "wet nugget". I'm granting you all the privilege of using it as you see fit, and in fact you, yes you, may just become instrumental in its establishment. *finishes shuffling papers* What do you think?
>>2199 I haven't left the house in a week or so, but I should start using my treadmill at least. I find it boring walking on the spot, but if it'll unfuck my blood pressure it'll be worth it. Can't really go outside in Liverpool, especially not at these hours.
hey lads, representative from /newbrit/ here, we had a similar style of board back on 8chan but were forced to retreat to shitcord when it went down. if any of you are interested, feel free to check out our discord room in addition to here, you might enjoy it: https://discord.gg/3yyAQK (we don't use voice, it's just text). I'm posting this because we have been slowly losing posters over the months and with no public board, we can't get visitors or anything to replenish losses.. I figure that we're a fairly likeminded community and you lads might enjoy hanging out in /newbrit/ as well. that's all, cheers
>>2206 >I figure that we're a fairly likeminded community Not really, but I wish you well in your attempts to find your lads, lad. If you're looking for 8chan-style imageboards with open board creation to move to (or just more places to look for your lads), there's: - 8chan.moe, run by Acid Man from GamerGate (with involvement from 8/v/'s Mark, who of course runs the /v/ board there) - 9chan.tw, used to be owned by Josh of kiwifarms and Infinity Next™ fame, but he quit and it's now run by some triforcefags who are/were involved with endchan and alog.theguntretort.com (formerly known as Julay.world) - endchan.net, run by triforcefags, place has always been a bit suspect but /ausneets/ have been there for ages - 8channel.bz, seems to be the 498th home of the literal paedos from 8/b/ / masterchan, will probably be dead in a couple of weeks like all their previous boards - 8kun.top run by Jim and Ron from 8chan (I don't actually know if board creation is open there yet), site performance is dogshit, images rarely load, and pretty much everyone abandoned ship Places you could attempt to move to by asking the admin very nicely: - anon.cafe, they let /k/ and /fascist/ on so I don't see why they'd turn down /newbrit/, added bonus is that this place is also on The Webring™ And that's pretty much it. Everyone else is in "fuck off we're full" mode, particularly with boards that are even vaguely /pol/-related.
>>2206 >>2207 I once devilishly took ownership of one of the 8chan brit boards for a while.
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World of Warcraft: Shadowlands will begin a more LGBTQ+-inclusive future for the game >Pre-launch book, game and character options include new themes >World of Warcraft’s hugely anticipated Shadowlands expansion hits later this year, and will bring with it a new visibility for LGBTQ+-friendly quests, storylines and even character options. >One of the major story arcs in the Shadows Rising book, which leads up to the expansion, includes the budding romance between lighthearted Kul Tiran sailor Flynn Fairwind and the dry, sarcastic Stormwind spymaster Mathias Shaw, for example. >Pelagos lived his mortal life as a woman, and appears as a male form in the afterlife. It doesn’t play a major role in the quests that players experience; if they’re not paying attention, they may not notice the story element at all. But a series of dialog options, starting with “Do you remember your past life?,” offer players who want to know more the chance to explore. >“I had a female form in life,” Pelagos says. “I don't recall my former name, or even my race, but I...never felt like my physical form represented who I was inside. It never felt as clear to me then as it does now. I struggled with that identity for my entire life... But when I arrived in Bastion I became an aspirant that looked like, well… This! A male form! I felt...comfortable! Excited! Like who I was inside matched what others saw for the first time! All of those feelings in my life finally made sense.” >“The team had originally written him to use they/them pronouns, but received feedback that he/him would be more respectful of the character’s wishes to be identified as a man,” the post read in part. “This change is simply the result of us listening and responding to that feedback.” >“We got similar feedback across the board, that no, it feels like the way you’ve written this character that he would prefer he/him pronouns instead of they/them,” said Johnny Cash, senior game designer and LGBTQ+ Advisory Council member at Blizzard. “And hey, is this something we can change? And of course we can. And so we made the change.” >In Shadows Rising, one passing scene shows the marriage of two women assisted by a decision from Zandalari troll queen Talanji. The ruling is a financial one; the existence of same-sex marriage in the country is assumed. https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/world-of-warcraft-shadowlands-will-begin-a-more-lgbtq-inclusive-future-for-the-game
>>2206 Alright lads? I'll join you guys, know the feeling of losing posters, sometimes they're gone forever but many will return to you one day. I've left britfeel many times in the past myself and always ended up back here eventually
Flat 2's electricity's going off, his meter was beeping- WEW it went off, just heard his door open.
Who here is alright? Who here is not alright? Just remember, everything is as it should be, and always will be.
IF you had a time machine that would take you to one gig of your choosing from any point in the past, which gig would you go to? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni64ZP135uQ
Some of reddit is alright. Say what you will about the site and its posters in general, but there are some good boards related to hobbies and other interesting niches that I enjoy browsing.
>>2214 It's the same as anywhere else really; the biggest determining factor on how shitty things are will be the quality of the admins/mods, and the number of malicious third parties trying to influence and disrupt things. Reddit just happens to have particularly shitty set of admins/mods (and when they aren't shitty enough they get replaced with even shittier ones), and a fuckton of malicious third parties performing all kinds of social engineering and pumping political propaganda onto all the big boards to no end. The general Reddit userbase is just a result of that, but as you say, some of the more niche boards are relatively cancer-free. 4chan today is much the same way.
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>Japanese Pokemon has a different OP and the protag's name is Satoshi Upon reflection, I don't know why I didn't fully expect this.
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who here /getting onnit/ today
>>2157 It came 21 days early.
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*turns cap backwards* KYATAPI IKE
If you're reading this, I just want you to know you're a good lad.
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>>2216 Fun fact: the "Ash" name option in the Japanese Pokemon Red/Green games is "Satoshi" too. The "Gary" name is "Shigeru", which is the name they used for him in the Japanese anime.
>tfw no extremely jewish looking probably SJW gf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGXfHQ3OpgY
Another parcel stolen or lost by Yodel. At least the guy's name is in the tracking, so he can't hide.
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>>2223 >At least the guy's name is in the tracking
>>2224 Just watch me lad. I'll type in tracking information for biscuits with my right hand, and write names with my left. I'll take a digestive...and EAT IT.
>>2224 <Don't know what he looks like
Will you lads be getting vaccinated?
>>2227 no because developing a vaccine takes years
>>2228 The NHS are saying they'll be ready to roll one out in a few months
This is your threadly reminder that I am NOT gay, and I am only attracted to women who have tits, boobs, and fannies.
>>2221 Isn't there also a 'Satoshi' option in the Western version, or did I imagine that? Watching this is making me picture a load of Japanese schoolkids running around the playground shouting "ゲットだぜ!" It's a wholesome thought.
>>2231 >Isn't there also a 'Satoshi' option in the Western version No, at least not in the original games; it was Red/Ash/Jack and Blue/Gary/John in the English version. In Japan they had Red/Satoshi/Jack and Green/Shigeru/John, and in their Blue version it was Blue/Tsunekazu/John and Red/Green/Toroshi. Satoshi, Shigeru, and Tsunekazu are named after Satoshi Tajiri, Shigeru Miyamoto, and Tsunekazu Ishihara respectively. >Watching this is making me picture a load of Japanese schoolkids running around the playground shouting "ゲットだぜ!" I believe the whole GET concept that originated on 2ch was inspired by that very phrase.
>>2232 *Toroshi is supposed to be Hiroshi, I read it wrong, it's named after Hiroshi Yamauchi
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For breakfast, it's two pieces of white tiger bread toast with a generous helping of butter, two squares of dark chocolate, some salted peanuts, a tangerine, a tin of mackerel, a banana, and a kitkat.
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Rishi Sunak extends furlough scheme and sets out winter economy plan | In full https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJFS-kgm4es
>>2236 Why does this guy get so much praise? He has no charisma, he's completely robotic. I don't see the fuss personally.
>>2227 No. Coronavirus antibodies generally only last for 6 months or so. I'll wait a year or so for other people to test it for me. I don't plan on getting myself vaccinated every 6 months for the rest of my life.
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I love him, lads
>>2239 WTF I LOVE B*DEN NOW btw, im a cunt JK
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Local anon shocked to discover truth behind /britfeel/ >Earlier this week, an avid internet user, who wished to remain anonymous, uncovered a shocking revelation regarding popular online messageboard /britfeel/. >"I was always posting politics and news-related items to that board. It was part and parcel of my daily routine." he said to us in a heartfelt statement this morning. >However, disaster struck when it recently came to light that the messageboard he'd been posting to was not in fact dedicated to politics or news as he'd assumed. To make matters worse, experts now believe that he may have confused /britfeel/ with several similarly named messageboards that were in fact dedicated to his topics of interest. >"I'm not sure what to do with myself now. I can't believe it's not brit/pol/." https://www.britfeeltimes.co.uk/news/2020/10/10/link-nobody-clicked-on
>>2241 There have been occasional political discussions on here for as long as I can remember. Are you alright?
>Kelly Anne Bates Fucking hell lads, don't google it. I'm not normally phased by true crime descriptions but this one got me. I'm surprised I hadn't heard about it before.
>>2235 Today for me, it's egg and toast, and maybe a little flapjack. Is it normal to make eggs in the oven? It works, I suppose, but it feels weird as hell.
>>2244 What kind of egg do you even end up with if you cook it in the oven? Omelette is the supreme egg based dish.
It's just a hard boiled egg out of a deep baking tray with water. I don't have gas, and a kettle is only good for boiling water, not keeping the water hot long enough for an egg. And I don't want egg in my kettle
Pombears for dinner.
>>2242 I was just taking the piss, but there's nothing "occasional" about the increased quantity of dumb political/news articles that have been posted here lately, and they're all in that obnoxious /pol/-bait style rather than the earnest debates and discussions we used to have years ago. You're well aware that you're the only one who ever makes these types of posts here anyway, Mr fucking whibblescromps, lord of the shitposts.
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>>2248 TOWIE's Mario Falcone bravely shares suicide attempt before Lucy Mecklenburgh split >TOWIE's Mario Falcone detailed his suicide attempt in 2012 shortly before his split from Lucy Mecklenburgh at the height of his fame >Former TOWIE star Mario Falcone bravely told fans about his suicide attempt. >The reality star, 32, tried to take his own life when he took an overdose with alcohol in 2012 before his split from his The Only Way Is Essex co-star Lucy Mecklenburgh. >During the heights of his fame on TOWIE, the Instagram star was battling with his mental health behind closed doors. https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/towies-mario-falcone-bravely-shares-22824423
Lads, other than the old RPGs, have there been any other good Pokemon games?
>>2250 I enjoyed the trading card game on the GBC, but I've got no idea how it would hold up today.
>>2250 Pokemon pinball and some of the mystery dungeon games are fun.
I'm home at long last. I think I was at my mum's for about two months, I really enjoyed it but I'm also pleased to be back home. I've got a week til I'm back at work and I plan to make the most of it.
>>2250 Pokemon Colloseum's supposedly alright, never played it personally though.
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I've been learning to write kanji for somewhere around two months now, and it's becoming one of my favourite parts of the day. I put it off for the longest time thinking it was just a chore I'd have to drag myself through for the sake of getting where I want to be with the language, but I couldn't have been more wrong. If any of you lads have been thinking about starting some creative pursuit, just DO it, you might surprise yourself.
>>2255 すげー!天才
>>2256 >すげー! I was listening to some yank on youtube talk about his experiences taking Japanese lessons in Japan, apparently they were supposed to say in front of the class what they did at the weekend, so he said what he did, and ended by saying it was "すげー". He got a massive bollocking off the teacher in front of everyone.
A guy has been outside next door for the last hour shouting to "Jay" that he's sorry.
>>2258 Do you know Jay?
It's すげー Jay, he heard we were talking about him
>>2257 Bit harsh, although I suppose it's a bit like saying "my weekend was very wowza" in English.
>>2261 Its improper speech for in a classroom. >>2255 People that bitch about kanji dont have a clue. Its more intuitive than kana soup.
>>2262 >Its improper speech for in a classroom. はいはい
I'm putting the heating on lads, it's too chilly.
>>2261 I've had my electric oil radiator on at my feet for like the whole year. It's much cheaper than gas. To be fair, I also have over £1k of electricity debt from universal credit.
fray bentos
>>2265 I used one of those in my old flat, it cost an arm and a leg, but the central heating was run off the electric which was also extortionate, so I couldn't win. It had big high ceilings and single glazing so you can imagine how fun my winters were.
>>2267 I actually have single glazing myself, it's like being outside, isn't it? I've been using this room for a bedroom, living room and dining room, because of my two rooms it has the smallest window, and I've plugged it up, so it's not as bad.
>>2268 It's the coldest I've ever been indoors, I slept fully clothed with a hat and gloves on some nights. I tried to chase the estate agents up about double glazing but they always had some excuse. My current place is much better, well insulated with low ceilings, so if I have the heating on for even half an hour I'm roasting.
Light is such a bastard lads
>>2269 >I tried to chase the estate agents up about double glazing but they always had some excuse. They're like that here, too. The only time they're quick, is when they want rent from you. I honestly think, this country and the US, parts of it might as well be considered third world.
It's official, Operation: Destroy Fungal Toenail has just begun. I've started by giving it a vigorous filing, which has gotten rid of some of the black and yellow stuff, then I applied apple cider vinegar. Now I'm going to order some proper stuff for it off ebay.
>>2268 >>2269 We didn't get double glazing in my parents house until like 2016. I was amazed at the difference it makes. I kind of miss being that cold now, it's not quite the same feeling being outside where there's wind and stuff.
>>2272 Good luck lad. I cleared a bunch of dead skin off my own foot recently and it was a whole thing. Still got some left to do actually. Should get back at it.
>doing squats with just the barbell >the leg I broke my ankle on is shaking The poor lad
>>2275 Tell that leg that there's no need to be afraid, Jay is watching over him
While I was living at my mums my car only got started once when my brother nipped to mine for some bits, which means it's been totally inactive for about a month - now it won't start at all, not even engine lights. I've been told it'll be the battery. Do we have any car chads here? What do I do?
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why do people says japs are racist when this happened all the way back in 1997
>>2277 Happened to mine too before. Get your brother to come over and give you a jumpstart with some cables, then drive it around for a while, should be fine then as long as you dont leave it sitting around for ages and get some normal use out of it. Should theoretically be able to charge itself back up through normal use as long as its got some juice in it. If he's not available, get a car battery charger from screwfix. Dont trust Halfords on that, they'll try and seriously overcharge you.
>>2243 Bloody hell imagine being part of the jury and having to see the photos of that shit. Some of them needed counseling after
This is the third argument I've heard down my street since I came home, it's now my second day back. Who /exterminate the underclass/ here?
Another day entirely spent in bed, on imageboards. It never gets boring, even after months. It doesn't make sense.
>>2283 Don't forget: you're here forever.
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Sarah Payne killer Roy Whiting knifed in prison by inmates screaming 'you nonce' >Paedophile Roy Whiting, jailed for the murder of Sarah Payne, wasn't breathing after he was repeatedly stabbed, and a nurse says she saved his life following the attack at HMP Wakefield in West Yorkshire >Sarah Payne's killer was repeatedly stabbed in his prison cell by two fellow inmates screaming "you f***ing nonce", it is reported. >Paedophile Roy Whiting wasn't breathing after his attackers knifed him in the upper body with makeshift blades, and punched and kicked him in the face and head. >Convicted murderers Richard Prendergast and Kevin Hyden, both 40, didn't stop stabbing Whiting, 61, until baton-wielding prison officers forced the cell door open, a court heard. Good news lads. One of the blokes who got him is inside for torturing and killing a woman for her bank PIN. I always find it funny to see instances of this sort of thing, how even among the dregs there is a sense of morality. Not necessarily related (although this guy does look like a mong), when reading about this stuff I'm struck by how many of the worst offenders seem to have retard-level IQs. Obviously there are notable exceptions, but the mongs seem to be massively overrepresented. Eugenics when?
Wageslave here. Is there a guide to neetdom? I tried talking to my doctor about suicidal thoughts about and during work, but nothing really came of it. Help a fellow brit, lads?
>>2287 Go the autism route, that's where the real NEETbux are, as long as you can prove you're too socially retarded to work with others.
>>2287 Why shouldn't you contribute to the economy if you're fit for work?
I've just tried a vegan peanut butter flavour with all natural ingredients whey protein, and it wasn't very nice.
>>2290 Fuck off slave
What are these curfews all about then? What difference does the time of day make to the spreading of a virus?
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This pokemon is in the original 150 and I had absolutely no idea it existed.
>>2294 Kangaskhan was Safari Zone only and pretty rare even in there (and even harder to catch) so it makes sense that if you only played the games you wouldn't have seen them. The anime had an episode where there was a kid raised by Kangaskhan though, so I assume you didn't watch that (at least not regularly.)
>>2295 >The anime had an episode where there was a kid raised by Kangaskhan though That's where I've just seen it. I did watch it as a kid but either missed that one or just didn't remember. You have a good memory.
I just bought some fridge chicken slices to make sandwiches with. Shall I cook these first? I bet they'd be nice cooked. Are there any chicken slice lads in? >>2166 I did ten minutes on the treadmill yesterday. Got rid of what was probably the effects of sitting down and laying in bed for hours and hours, so I'm going to go again today. I'm on the skinnier side, so I think I should be eating more (on universal credit? lol, definitely) and doing more exercise.
Why is Satoshi allowed to leave home to become a Pokemon master at 10 years old? I was 12 before even I was even allowed to school and back, and I had to be with a mate. Is this normal in Japan?
>>2297 Walking is top-tier exercise lad, keep it up.
>>2298 Letting kids roam relatively free was normal everywhere until our generation, then cases like the one mentioned in >>2285 started becoming front page news non-stop. It scared most of our parents into thinking child abusers/murderers like Fred West, Jon Venables, Roy Whiting, and Ian Huntley were lurking behind every bush, and that was the end of that.
>Will Smith is making lo-fi beats for youtube >they're actually quite good I'd had two of these hour+ vids on in the background, I'd seen the channel name and heard the samples but thought it was just a fan creation, then I went to the channel for more and it's mostly stuff from his daily life. The absolute madman. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZGi1SCj1fU
Hope you boys is hydrated tonight
For breakfast its double-scoop blue g-fuel.
>>2304 Now that the dust has settled, how are you getting on with it?
>>2305 I'm really enjoying it, and it definitely gives me a kick of energy in the morning, but in a slow burn kind of way. I will say the recommended serving size (ie, the scoop that comes with it) doesn't seem to give as much flavour as the testing packets did. The double scoop this morning is the first time i've had more than what they tell you to put and it was a bit stronger than they recommend. A scoop and a half would probably do it, which is a little sneaky and does reduce number of servings in a tub. Still really enjoying the flavour too.
Oh my good lads, you're really in for a treat this time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzYD56hKF-8
I miss Jahans content. I think he's my all-time favourite lolcow.
>lolcows I hope you all have better things to do with this time than laugh at mentally ill people on the internet. This much free time, don't spend it on crap
>>2309 I'm a firm believer in maintaining a healthy productivity-crap balance
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hurts so much just want him back xx
>>2309 I wish I could take interest in something enough to miss it, even if it is just lolcow stuff. I've spent the last 2 hours sat here doing nothing.
>>2312 Cultivate an interest then, they don't just magically appear
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Not being funny lads but I would give this team rocket lass a good shagging if you catch my drift.
I always know when it's gone 10 because of the racket down my street from the muggles leaving the pubs.
>>2314 She can team my rocket and blast me off again any day mate.
>>2316 Cheers lad got a belly laugh from that This kid's program is outright sexual at times
What you doing lads?
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>>2088 Fellow brits are welcome to feel here: [dodgy link to some kind of bitcoin network removed]
Edited last time by britfeel on 10/19/2020 (Mon) 23:01:41.
>>2320 You're welcome to fuck off lad.
>>2321 They did the same thing on /fascist/ too and tried to disguise it as a news article.
>>2322 Yeah, before I removed the link I chucked it in a search engine to scope it out without actually clicking on it, and found that the same link had been posted on neinchan's /pol/ too, saying "Come join us in taking back control over our collective and individual futures. Rise again." Someone's being a crafty fucker.
A lad at work's gone off with covid symptoms and is waiting for his test results. If he's positive I'll have to go off because I was talking to him the other day.
Bit of shadow boxing
>>2324 He has tested negative.
Yank elections are always interesting. Who do you lads think will win? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi9rgwDLBAk
>>2327 I don't know, but either way, they're fucked.
>>2327 Did you see last night that AOC was streaming on Twitch, playing Among Us with a bunch of popular streamers and youtubers? Had almost half a million viewers at its peak. I watched a bit of it but it wasn't really my cup of tea. Clown world doesn't even surprise me any more. I reckon we'll have politicians debuting as a virtual youtuber at some point, and virtual youtubers debuting as politicians. I shall be voting Nijisanji in the next general election personally.
>>2329 >AOC Who?
>>2330 Could've just looked it up lad. >Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez[a] (/oʊˌkɑːsioʊ kɔːrˈtɛz/; Spanish: [oˈkasjo koɾˈtes];[1] born October 13, 1989), also known by her initials AOC, is an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for New York's 14th congressional district. The district includes the eastern part of the Bronx, portions of north-central Queens, and Rikers Island in New York City. She is a member of the Democratic Party.
>>2331 Bombay bad boy for tea.
>>2332 Do you lads drink the gravy when you've had all the noodles? I never did as a kid, but as I've grown older I've begun to appreciate it.
alright lads?
Morning lads. I am currently making my first order for Asda home shopping.
>>2335 I am NOT accepting substitutions on my cayenne pepper.
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Why is life so cruel lads?
>>2337 You can download one file at a time, and you can also download pieces in sequential order from start to finish rather than randomly. Doing the latter lets you play media files while they're still downloading, as you're effectively streaming them.
>>2338 Cheesy beans on toast and a protein shake for supper.
Stop quotelinking my posts just to annouce your fucking meals.
Want a bowl of cereal for supper but Im not sure if the milks good. The date on it was 20th, but it hasn't actually been opened yet.
>>2341 I'm almost ready to put my life on it being fine. I've had milk two days out that HAS been opened and it tasted and smelled just as fresh as ever. I'm not sure if it's something to do with my fridge being on the coldest setting but I've not a single time had it spoil. What are you having? It's been cheerios lately for me, but I'd be lying if I said deep down I wasn't thinking about weetos.
>>2342 It smelt fine but when I had a swig of it, it was lumpy. Thought it was best not to risk it. Was going to be having Nesquik but not anymore it seems, unless I can be bothered to have a drive to Tesco before it closes at midnight.
>>2343 >lumpy Definite no-go then, my condolences. I remember I bought a bottle from a jet garage once and it turned out to be a block of jelly so solid it wouldn't come out of the bottle. >pakis
Want a harpsichord lads
>>2345 I nearly bought one years ago after watching Rozen Maiden, settled for Pianoteq instead.
Wish I was a shadowy assassin in the employ of a king ruling over a troubled kingdom lads
What are some nostalgic songs for you lads? This one was my alarm clock for years, I had it setup to blast from my big monitors because I struggled to get up, but I knew if I did that I would have to get up and turn it off to avoid pissing off everyone else in the house. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fh-3tvRBbk
>>2349 I have nostalgia for virtually every song I can remember from years ago, both the ones I liked and the ones I didn't. Cheesy mid-90's dance music is probably my guiltiest pleasure, as it was the unwitting soundtrack to the earlier parts of my childhood.
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What's the hardest boss from any video game you've ever played?
>>2352 >happy hardcore Let's not go too far lad. There's your regular old, run-of-the-mill, "bit of fun haha" cheese, and then there's your disgusting, stinky, downright fucking rancid CHEESE that's pungent enough to make your nasal hairs fall out.
>>2354 I like watching old rave videos, there seemed to be so much less pretension back then, they didn't care that they looked like spackers because they were having fun (and drugged out of their minds). The baggy clothes must have been a lot comfier too.
Glass of whiskey for supper.
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>>2355 I do too, at least the acid house and breakbeat hardcore raves of '88 - '92. There were many clubs back in the 80s filled with pretenious image-obsessed knobheads, all dressed up in stupid clothes, makeup (both genders), and retarded rainbow-coloured hairdos, and they often wouldn't even let you in if you didn't look the part, but when E and house music came along that all went out the window. The "rave culture" itself didn't actually start with house music though; it actually stems from the soul & jazz funk scene of the mid-70s to early 80s in the south of England (not to be confused with the nothern soul scene, which was a lot more rigid and serious). This is where that whole hedonistic, hands-in-the-air, "carnival-like behaviour that's a bit like a football crowd going bonkers after their team scores except it's all night and to the rhythm of underground four-to-the-floor dance music played by a DJ" culture derives from, that later became the standard at clubs, raves, and festivals.
>>2348 *steps out of the shadows* My lord, I am having a kebab for dinner. >>2353 That's a good questiion, I don't know. I'll think about it over dinner, unironically.
>>2353 One I remember struggling with in particular was Vamp in MGS2, never managed to get past him in the end.
Who /timewarp/ here? I have overslept 30 minutes for work, which on top of the hour from daylight saving makes me one well-rested lad.
lads I think I might have corona, my parents are sick but haven't seen them in weeks now. I don't want to do the test it seems pretty foul
>>2361 You still ought to do it, lad. Forewarned is forearmed even if it's mank for a few seconds.
>>2361 I've had one and while it's not nice, it's over in less than 5 seconds. You can do it.
The fireworks are ramping up. I am not a fan.
cant decide whether to have red xiii in my party
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNQAbF33gFM I'm finding it hard to dislike this guy, these are hilarious.
>>2356 What type was it lad?
>>2364 I've never liked them, either. Noisy and expensive.
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You know what would be an interesting job? Being the guy who does things in stock videos and images.
>>2369 kek'd Should drink some jamesons lad.
I am now a covid marshal at Asda. My first shift is next Saturday.
Morning lads, I hope you're all doing well. I've never really been much of a torrenter, only occasionally downloading the odd game or series here and there, but recently I've been downloading loads of anime. I'm amassing quite the collection. Do you lads torrent much?
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>>2369 Is that a Bells lad? Jesus that's brought back some memories as we had the same one I think in my parents drinks cabinet, that is all. carry on /feeling/ bro's
>be me >be retard >have kettle above extension lead >hear electrical sounds from kitchen >water bubbling over to the lead >turn off power at mains and unplug fuck fuck
就活、しゅうかつ, 'shuukatsu' - job hunting 終活、しゅうかつ, 'shuukatsu' - making preparations for one's death
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Sad state of affairs when he's more British than our own PM.
>>2374 Not as much as I used to, but I've torrented many terabytes in my time. I can only look at my statistics from the last couple of years due to a change in bittorrent client, but my stats currently sit at 2.36 TB downloaded, 8.45 TB uploaded, and a ratio of 3.57. I reckon I've probably downloaded about 5 or 6 TBs in my lifetime via torrent, but most of that was probably in the last 5-6 years due to having a shit internet connection before that. Regarding anime, my anime folder currently sits at 1.63 TB.
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>>2376 Did it survive? I bought a new kettle earlier today from Wilkos, my old one was decrepit and leaked round the side every time I poured from it. >>2380 >2.36 TB downloaded, 8.45 TB uploaded
I bought a soft furry throw to put under my duvet for the winter and I can tell you it was a fantastic decision. I'm very toasty, it's just as good as having the heating on.
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Just another day in Burgerland
>>2381 Yeah, the kettle's fine. It's one of those that sit on the connector, which is on a slightly sloped dome, so there's no way of water getting inside if the kettle is powered on unless you stick the whole thing in a bucket. It's been dying for the past year, though, because sometimes it won't turn off automatically.
Hearty kek https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJDXj6-54wE I would stay up for the election for the bants but I'm not as young as I used to me, and my aged body would not thank me for such a late night. Anyone doing anything today? Have we lost some posters lately? The posts seem to have slowed a bit.
>>2385 Im supposed to be off from work but there's training I was given that has to be done before I get back, so I'll probably finish that off today. I'm still not sure if I'm going to stay up for the election, I've been off all week so my sleep schedule is a bit off. Went to bed at 2, woke up at 12 so I might be able to swing it next week.
love debussy lads
>catch a chocobo >still get caught by the zolem
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Didn't know Roger Scruton was dead lads
Asda can't find white bread for my delivery, what the hell is going on outside? Did the lockdown announcement send people into a panic again? Thank god I already have toilet paper this month, then
>>2391 >Did the lockdown announcement send people into a panic again? Yes.
>>2391 It's pure chaos lad. So much stuff was off sale today, it was extremely busy and the place got ransacked. Two weeks ago I got a home shopping delivery slot for the same day; it's now gone up to 12 on average and will probably keep growing. They're bulk buying bogroll again and we have several confirmed covid cases among the staff. Send help.
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You lads better be eating lots of vitamin D-rich foods such as mushrooms, eggs, and oily fish. If I find out you're not there's going to be trouble.
Has covid claimed this board or something?
>>2400 No idea what happened to the rest of the lads around here, but I've just been busy working on random autism projects lately, and today I've been babysitting my nieces. Been feeding them some classic internet culture, they were well into it so I reckon they'll be telling all their friends about hamsterdance, bananaphone, peanut butter jelly time, badger badger badger, numa numa, caramelldansen (which is now their new favourite dance, get pwned flossing), etc. Feels good to be singlehandedly saving the next generation, as well as the internet.
>>2400 I'm here too, I've just not been posting as much because of the lower activity. Shalln't be going anywhere though.
>>2400 I've been feeling a little demotivated when it comes to posting. Just kind of existing atm to be honest
>>2400 It claimed my bread I feel like a right twat putting in another order for the 9th. The British public will panic again, or the bloke who does the picking will just decide he's had enough and bugger off into his green cuck van without it.
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Who /sitting back and enjoying the accelerated destruction of America/ here?
There are so many deano rockets going off.
>>2406 There were hardly any round here, besides about 30 seconds of fireworks from one of the neighbours it was very quiet overall.
>>2406 The artificial fog this morning was nice though.
Where would a lad who enjoyed 8ch's /pol/ at its inception go to peruse a bit of political discussion these days? 4chan is an absolute no-go, and all of the political channels I watched on youtube years back have been banned.
>>2409 There's currently no equivalent to any iteration of 8/pol/ in existence as far as I'm aware, only several small offshoots that are barely more active than here. There's 8chan.moe's /pol/, 9chan.tw's /pol/, 8kun.top's /pnd/, mlpol.net's /mlpol/ (hope you like ponies), tvch.moe's /dup/ (just as cancerous as 4/pol/ but a fraction of the speed), and probably several more I've forgotten about or am unaware of. There's also a few more specific political boards around, like >>>/fascist/ here, /monarchy/ on 8chan.moe, 8kun.top's /brit/ and /newbrit/, and bunkerchan.xyz's /leftypol/ (which is by far the most active out of everything I just listed). I think it's fair to say that the bulk of the anons who once made up early 8/pol/ either moved on or went back to 4chan.
>>2410 Is this how free speech dies lad?
>>2411 Yes. Not with a bang, but with a whibblescromp.
Speaking of 4chan and /pol/, here's a recent Vice article for anyone that fancies a laugh: https://archive.vn/0178z >The Man Who Helped Turn 4chan Into the Internet's Racist Engine Best part is this: >“[RapeApe] basically fulfills the role of an administrator considering Hiroyuki [Nishimura], the actual admin, doesn't touch the site,” a current janitor told me. Poole and Nishimura did not respond to repeated requests for comment. RapeApe responded by sending an email that contained only a single link to a video of naked muscular men dancing.
>>2413 Have any of you lads been on there recently? The majority of posters were either actual leftists or leftist shills. I knew it had declined, but it feels like it may as well not even be there now.
>>2414 Before the election results started coming in it seemed to me like most of the threads and early replies were made by outsiders and social engineers trying to influence and sway the board in whatever direction they wanted it to go in. Beyond that you had the typical crowd of teenagers/retards/trolls, and a large group of MAGA migrants / 2016 election tourists who'd arrived after being b& from reddit and everywhere else on the internet. Right now it seems like the social engineers, the teenagers/retards/trolls, and posters from various other boards have temporarily joined forces to party over the fact that the election tourists' favourite candidate appears to have lost, and they're hoping that the MAGA crowd will fuck off forever.
Any lads here know a good way to learn piano? I have a keyboard and am looking for a roadmap/progression.
>>2400 I haven't been here in maybe a month or two, which is the longest I've been away. Just been rotting in bed until my legs are in pain and need to move.
>>2417 >Just been rotting in bed until my legs are in pain and need to move. Me too. Is this just end-stage lurker life? What comes next?
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>>2418 I expect something like this.
>>2416 I played for a while years back and I always learned things using synthesia videos such as this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBF3voKqNBs Just search for whatever song you want with that keyword, there's loads of stuff available, obviously it would make sense to start with simpler stuff. I'm not saying it's the best way, and it won't teach you to sight read sheet music, or anything about music theory but it worked well for me as far as simply being able to play things. Our resident music lad might be able to chime in with some more info, though I believe he's having a peanut butter sandwich at the moment.
>>2417 >>2418 >>2419 There are so many wastes of space in this world and you lads are not among them, you deserve better than this. If you refuse to make it I will make it for all of us.
>>2422 I'm living what I deserve, a lifestyle proportional to the effort I've put into living. You can make it, in my stead.
>>2417 >>2418 I also haven't been here for a couple of months and have just been lying in bed. I developed a folate defficiency somehow and I've been very sick, and now I just feel a touch depressed and tired of life. Hope you lads feel better soon. How is everyone else doing? I've missed you lads.
>>2414 >>2415 I actually showed up to 4/pol/ for the first time in years to shitpost about the election, and I was honestly shocked how much it had changed. People got genuinely mad at me for making fun of 9/11, and from the way they seemed to type it didn't even seem like the 2016 MAGApede from reddit sort, but a new brand of facebook Qanon conspiraboomer that has settled the board in our absence. I had a lot of fun during the few days of election coverage, but I left with my prior conviction that /pol/ is basically just tourist/migrant central seriously deepened. Imagine making fun of 9/11 on 4chan and getting actual angry replies? Things sure have changed a lot.
Some chav called me Jesus on the way to work. I knew growing my hair and beard out was a good idea.
I thought MMO Junkie was alright, though I enjoyed the first half more because the constant spilling of spaghetti got a bit tired by the end. Are Japanese people really that autistic?
>>2427 Oh and I wish there were more game elements. I thought NHK's few MMO episodes were more MMOey than this series supposedly based on that premise. Morning lads.
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>>2427 >Are Japanese people really that autistic? Haven't seen that show, but the answer is yes.
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>touting a vaccine for a very new highly mutagenic virus tested on only 20,000 people as the saviour of humanity I can see where this is going.
>>2431 based care workers will take the bullet and beta test the vaccine for us anyways, remember to thank them for their service.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fK1q-2rdIoo Ted Cruz is live on Crowder lads
Tankard of wine for supper.
>>2319 You a fellow Durham lad?
>>2436 No.
Do you lads have good posture?
>>2438 Wouldn't say it's amazing, but it's better than it used to be, and I regularly adjust it when I notice myself slouching.
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Anyone want to say a few words?
>>2434 Why not just post the original upload lad? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAsxztU189k
>>2441 I'm sorry.
Who /not a skilled gamer/ here? I've played stuff for the majority of my life, but never been particularly good.
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>>2443 I've always been in that awkward spot where I'm better than anyone I know in real life, but worse than all the 1337 faggots online. I recently had the most even match of my life though; it was me VS my 3 and 6 year old nieces in Virtua Fighter 4. I'm godawful at fighting games and I don't know any of the moves, so our random character choices and furious button mashing meant it was heads or tails whoever won.
>>2444 >I've always been in that awkward spot where I'm better than anyone I know in real life, but worse than all the 1337 faggots online. I'm in the same category, likely because while I'm perfectly happy to play and get good at games, but when it comes to looking up what's meta etc I cannot be fucking bothered.
>>2445 >what's meta While the emergence of this mindset was inevitable, I still feel like it sucks the fun out of everything. I remember the days of just winging everything, not giving a shit about whether your choices were optimal or not, and having a great time doing it. These days, especially in certain genres, you're so pigeon-holed it's like someone's playing the game for you.
>>2446 On the one hand, it makes sense because people who want to be competitive are going to try everything to be competitive. On the other hand, that attitude has ruined being able to play anything multiplayer online for me since I don't enjoy that kind of thing.
I think the only thing keeping me from a life of hedonism is the fact that I no longer derive pleasure from drinking, video games or anime. I don't even ironically enjoy bad TV shows anymore.
>>2448 It was the same for me, I think the older you get the less fulfilling that sort of thing becomes. As a teenager I was perfectly content to sack it off all day, but after 20 or so I felt this jarring sense of all the things I formerly spent my time on no longer feeling meaningful, (or probably that my adult brain was finally able to comprehend that they never were), and didn't really know what to do with myself.
What are your ambitions for the future, lads? I've been thinking a lot about how I'd feel if I achieved my greatest ambitions, and I honestly feel like it would ultimately not make me very content. It's troubling, because now I'm not sure if I really want to do anything at all. >>2448 I don't really derive much pleasure from drinking either, or other drugs, but a lot of the time I use it to avoid confronting things that are bothering me mentally.
>>2450 >I've been thinking a lot about how I'd feel if I achieved my greatest ambitions, and I honestly feel like it would ultimately not make me very content Sounds like a psychological copout on the part of your monkey mind to avoid hard work. >now I'm not sure if I really want to do anything at all. Welcome to the human race lad, what you're experiencing is one of the most common feelings of all time. It's why most of us are lazy wastes of space who exist only to CONSOOM.
>>2450 The sense of achievement upon completing something is never long lasting; it's a cliche, but the "journey" really is more fulfilling than the "destination". Many of the greatest men in history died before their final works were completed, as they were working on things right up to the very end. That's why one of the keys to fulfillment is to constantly be working on things, exploring new avenues, and always having something lined up for when the current objective is complete. Never fall into the trap of thinking that "with this one achievement, I will surely be satisfied", because it is never true; man's defining attribute - the one that truly seperates him from the rest of the animal kingdom - is his never-ending dissatisfaction with the current state of things.
wish kirito-kun was my dad
>>2453 Because then he'd be trapped in a virtual reality?
>>2453 I liked the part where your dad endlessly glopped two years worth of semen into your mum.
Big thoughts are brewing. Watch this space.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYZ2XoaBO2A&feature=emb_title It's hard to believe this is real, but I'm glad it is.
It just hit me for a second how mad it is that the internet actually exists.
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>>2458 It's mental isn't it. You forget sometimes that you're pressing buttons on a board with ancient symbols on it, causing unimaginably fast calculations on a turbo maths machine, which sends patterns of electronic pulses down strands of metal that span around the world, resulting in microscopic changes to some spinning disks in a large room somewhere, which are attached to more turbo maths machines that send different patterns of electronic pulses back to you, and ultimately results in changes to your upright board of illuminated liquid crystals. All in a matter of milliseconds. So fast in fact that many people can send and recieve hundreds of high resolution images per second, along with tens of thousands of audio samples per second, and they can do this with a device that fits in their pocket without even being plugged in. And to top it off, there's four and a half billion of us doing this throughout the day, and virtually none of us blink an eye at it.
>>2459 >there's four and a half billion of us doing this throughout the day, and virtually none of us blink an eye at it. That's almost as mental as the thing itself. We would have been seen as wizards or aliens by most people who've ever lived.
*folds arms* Exactly what are you lads having for supper tonight?
Now that I've got long hair I'm wondering if I should be using anything extra on it? I wash it with shampoo, should that be enough? Is conditioner a Jewish scheme or does it have some benefit? Post haircare routines.
>>2462 conditioner is actually far, far better than shampoo. I condition every time I wash my hair (1-2 times a week for medium/long hair, even less if your hair is longer) and reduce your shampoo use, it's not healthy for your hair at all and unless you have a specific scalp condition you're trying to treat just taper off it. Also I'd recommend only washing your hair with lukewarm water and use an oil to treat your hair a few times a week to improve the lustre. Fuck shampoo.
Does anyone have the party bag and hat picture or anything from that party lupus threw? I've been getting more depressed recently and remembered the dopamine hit this gave me first time
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>>2464 I have the full set, here you are lad.
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>>2465 Instant serotonin thank you lad I forgot about the hijab
Wasn't it meant to be a work event but they hadn't ever thrown a party. So this is what they came up with?
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>There is no hope for Britai-
I haven't had a white monster in two weeks. What's happening to me?
>>2470 You're healing, lad.
>>2471 Are you Gay Fuel anon? Is he here?
Do you lads ever feel lonely? How do you deal with it?
>>2464 >>2465 >>2466 Miss Lupus honestly ngl, I've been bedridden for the past month and I'm beginning to suspect I have some sort of chronic sleeping sickness, it occurred to me the other day that it would be soothing to know somebody with a similar problem. >>2473 I feel acute loneliness sometimes these days. When I'm feeling well I go to the gym and work out until there are tears streaming down my face, that normally does the trick. It's honestly gotten to the point where my warmth and love for humanity that I'd spent so long rekindling has started to die off again. My empathy is plumetting. Other people's pain is no longer my own, and while that technically might sound useful, it's a very lonely place to be in. I think if this gets much worse I might become an even colder person than I used to be back when I first showed up on /r9k/. It's a rough feeling. I've been thinking a whole lot about what I want to do with my life nowadays and the honest answer is I just want power for the sake of power, because the joy of life has gone out of me and I'm not ready to die, so I just want to be able to conquer something larger than myself. Christ I miss feeling like a real human being.
>>2474 Yes I found myself missing her this week too for some reason. Not thought about her in a long time but just seemed to happen. You should get your blood tested or something though lad. Make sure you're not the next to go.
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I have decided that the Turks are infact based.
I've just read through the plot of the FFVII remake. My mind is blown. What were they thinking?
I have just done 5 sets of bicep curls, and now my arms feel like they're going to explode.
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How much time did you spend here? It just dawned on me how many hours I spent couped up in this little pen, in my comfort zone, safe but not experiencing the world. It's very much a metaphor for my life.
>>2474 >I just want power for the sake of power Is that something you've felt before? How would you go about getting it?
>>2475 working through various blood tests at the moment, they think it's a combination of anaemia and post viral fatigue so far, so we'll see >>2480 Yes I've felt it before, it's been something I've wanted on and off ever since childhood. As a kid I always assumed I could achieve it through politics, when I was a little bit older I thought about getting it through joining the military and then founding a PMC and getting up to shenanigans. It's not really possible to say how somebody could get that sort of thing. Power requires a relative vacuum to impose itself on, and despite the way liberal democracy seems to waiver here and there, it's still ultimately standing strong at the moment, so I don't know, is the honest answer.
I have decided to start doing an evening relaxation routine. It consists of 20 minutes of dimming the lights and doing 20 minutes of yoga to some gentle music, followed by 10 minutes of meditation, focusing on my breath throughout. I have just done my first session, and I am indeed relaxed.
There's a lad at work who drinks a liter of full sugar coke on every break, and every time I see him shopping he's got loads of 2Ls in his trolley. He is needless to say a rather large individual.
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Went down an imageboard rabbithole and found this site and board. Why are you guys here rather than more popular places? Please give me your reasons.
>>2484 Popular places are shitholes. For a truly comfy vibe you have to be in small places like this.
>>2484 Almost 6 years ago, the "popular place" we started out on got flooded with retards and had generally gone to shit, so we were forced to move to a less popular place where we could take moderation into our own hands. After 5 fairly peaceful years over there, the less popular place suddenly got taken down, so we moved to an emergency bunker. That bunker turned out to be fishy, so we swiftly moved to another bunker. After about 9 months over there, that other bunker decided to purge most of the boards they'd taken on, so we moved here. By that point we'd had just about enough of moving around, so we decided to stay here for the time being, and we've been here for about 6 months now. So it's not like we chose to be in the middle of nowhere. In a perfect world, we'd all still be on 4chan, our threads would be highly active and thriving with quality posts, and everything would be hunky-dory; but life likes to throw shit at you sometimes, and you can either play the hand you're dealt, or die.
>>2486 >Almost 6 years ago, the "popular place" we started out on got flooded with retards and had generally gone to shit I know what you mean. If we're referring to the same place, the retard encroachment is frustrating, and yet it holds a monopoly for non-pozzed UK discussion. I find myself leaving it and inevitably coming back. It's a shame that the only non-pozzed alternative to sites like reddit, is a tard fest.
Do you think kids growing up through covid will be more likely to become robots because of all the social isolation?
>>2487 >non-pozzed I'm not sure we're talking about the same place.
>>2489 This. The pozz Luggage Lad invited in is what killed the place, not the Eternal Summer btards.
I am a good lad. Who here is also a good lad?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FL-pm-xRb40 Unbeatable. Utterly sublime. Transcendent.
>>2492 I'm on a real R&B binge this evening. For me, nothing tops Ralph. Post some more greats. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6Qb-f_xpkI
>>2490 >>2489 You're always going to get a mix, not an absolute, on anonymous imageboards. That's one of the reasons they're good. And from that, among the sea of retards, there has been some genuinely good stuff. Some good references, useful citations. Esoteric knowledge. A couple comments every once in a while that genuinely makes you think, that someone put a fair amount of time into. It's just the single to noise ratio is quite bad at the moment, but for me- overall still worth it.
>>2493 Have some 80s R&B classics and slow jams lad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFI2U8YEcx4 -- Alexander O'Neal - Sunshine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABX0PQjkaLk -- Cheryl Lynn - Encore https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1OXyxg9E2g -- Sherrick - Just Call https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKpAqcXVxh4 -- Cherrelle - Saturday Love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yptStB4FhA -- Phyllis Hyman - Living All Alone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_H23dEmO4Y -- Joyce Sims - Come Into My Life https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2pRJLR6IDU -- Juicy - Sugar Free https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Grto be honestOvB9U -- The Controllers - Stay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMTGRfTJbCg -- Loose Ends - Slow Down https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ck25PGjlLc -- 52nd Street - Tell Me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTAnCti7Ojw -- Janice McClain - Passion And Pain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSEbDN49bYM -- S.O.S. Band - No One's Gonna Love You https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9I-1XTztJQ -- S.O.S. Band - Weekend Girl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPQ5p6TiqEs -- Howard Hewett - Once, Twice, Three Times https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8lO4UQVrsA -- Vanessa Williams - Dreamin' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7vzgIOPAps -- Meli'sa Morgan - Do Me Baby https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_ngGLzd6fI -- Stephanie Mills - (You're Puttin') A Rush On Me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHg-Zkwndqg -- Patti LaBelle - If Only You Knew >>2494 Just to be clear, you're talking about 4chan's /r9k/, correct? Because that's what we're talking about, and the last time I checked they were mostly just posting about being gay, "femanons", transexualism/HRT, big black cocks, cuckoldry, and feces; all intermingled with low effort trolling, rampant shitposting, and whatever shitty wojak and pepe edits are popular that month. To call it AIDS-infested would be doing a disservice to AIDS.
>>2496 One of the links got wordfilter'd: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GrTbhOvB9U -- The Controllers - Stay
>>2496 >last time I checked they were mostly just posting about being gay, "femanons", transexualism/HRT, big black cocks, cuckoldry, and feces; all intermingled with low effort trolling, rampant shitposting, and whatever shitty wojak and pepe edits are popular that month Imagine exposing your brain to all this on a daily basis. Cheers for the links lad, what a savant. They'll be providing the backing for my workout tomorrow.
>>2497 Lol. to be honest, to be honest
>>2496 >Just to be clear, you're talking about 4chan's /r9k/, correct? Ah, no I thought this was more inline with /int/ or /pol/. >last time I checked they were mostly just posting about being gay, "femanons", transexualism/HRT, big black cocks, cuckoldry, and feces; all intermingled with low effort trolling, rampant shitposting, and whatever shitty wojak and pepe edits are popular that month Sounds awful. It's interesting, because I've noticed in many places around the web; there does seem to be a sexual war going on. Mostly taking advantage of men with few or poor experiences. It likely harks back to our direction as a society, which includes the general deriding and subversion of masculinity, with such fetishes propagated by those that want acceptance of their guilty pleasures. Unfortunately, it appears to be working, judging by the growing popularity. The conclusion of these fetishes ultimately decreases the propensity to breed. To stave something that has appeal is challenging. I can only imagine society would need to fall out of order before this cancer can be excised.
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It turns out there's a Japanese lad in my grandad's church who lives near me. He gave me his number and we just chatted in Japanese for 40 minutes. I might have a mate lads. Fantastic.
>>2496 Having a great workout lad cheers Nipping to Lidl soon anyone want anything?
I've not been here for a good few months, and I'll not be reading through the thread to catch up. I strongly suggest you give me a rundown on what's been going on.
>>2504 Actually, you've got some explaining to do. Why did you think it was acceptable to take a break like that. Go on. I'm waiting.
monogatari is weird
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>>2506 *Shaft is weird.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtJLD220QXI Defending Digga D [Documentary Short]: 'He's A Living Viral Sensation, And That Ain't Easy...'
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I've never played a single Dragonball game in my life. Are any of them good?
>>2509 Some of the games on GBA were fun as a kid.
>>2505 Heh. You better get the coffee brewing, kid. it's a long story.
>>2509 When I was about 14, I played one of the PS2 games (I believe it was Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi) with my younger cousin, who was about 9 at the time. He loved it and wanted me to play it with him nonstop, but I didn't very much care for it. Didn't help that I'd never watched the show, and I wasn't a big fan of fighting games either. So yeah, if you like fighting games, you enjoy the show, and you're about 9 years old, you'll probably enjoy Dragon Ball games.
i have decided that you lads are most likely a figment of my imagination
I'm off to do some powerwalking in the park. My foot's made enormous progress since I broke my ankle, I feel like I'm almost back to normal, so it should be a walk in the park.
>>2514 Nice coincidence, I'm trying running again today after breaking my foot. Good luck.
>>2515 I've just got in, it was surprisingly painful by the end. I do 8 hour shifts at work constantly on my feet, but I don't think they get me as badly because I embrace the limp and don't go too briskly, whereas today I was going fast and consciously pushing off the floor with it.
How do I quit porn?
>>2517 This has worked apparently for several people on /fascist/. In general I have heard good things about it. It worked for me too: https://easypeasymethod.org/easypeasy.pdf
>>2518 Thank you for reminding me of that lad. I actually had a lot of success with it a long time ago but lost touch with the mindset and fell back into old habits after a while. I think I need to better internalise it.
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Do you lads think all remakes are doomed to be second best? I've yet not to be disappointed to the point that I no longer get excited for stuff.
>>2521 I think it depends how much you liked the original. If you thought there was nothing wrong with the original (except for maybe some minor technical aspects due to the limitations of the time), then you'll probably hate a remake that significantly departs from the source material in some way. On the other hand, if you thought the original was conceptually solid yet poorly executed (or it's simply too dated for your tastes), then there's a good chance you'll prefer the remake. For that reason, I think remakes are most enjoyed by those who were too young for the original, those who never got into it, and those who liked the original but don't view it as positively in retrospect. Those who still enjoy the original by the time a remake comes along are only ever going to be disappointed.
I'm just going to take this moment to extoll the virtues of having an electric blanket in the winter. There's nothing like turning it on full blast 30 minutes before bed and then attaining comfy levels difficult to achieve at any other time of year. Combine it with a fluffy throw underneath the duvet and you're going to have an edge over 99% of the population.
where my economically disadvantaged free school dinners chads at
this is a william-free board williams WILL be indian burned and monkey scrubbed on sight
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>>2518 >some people can make love standing on a hammock AAAaa, bros, I can't take it, I need to coom now >>2507 I don't even like crab but HERE WE GO
Squandered every opportunity to make money. It keeps me up at night.
Afternoon lads. I have just had the shittest pie of all time. Fray Bentos, never again. On that note, what's your favourite Michael Jackson song? For me, the choice is obvious. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBDTsAxZvus
>>2518 I've been reading this for the past hour or so. I shall post what I think once I'm finished.
I've lost a contact lens. I had it in when I went to work, then when I just went to take them out only the left one was there. How does this happen.
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For anyone interested, reminder that 4/a/'s annual Toradora (and more) stream starts at 5am GMT tonight/tomorrow morning. It will probably go on till about 11am, and will be occurring every day until Christmas: cytu.be/r/25_days_of_autism
>people go on to survive this and live normal lives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGJcefIX66w I wonder where we'll get to in the future with all this? Head transplants seem interesting too, albeit a bit macabre.
I ordered a donner meat and chips for dinner, and got a donner kebab delivered to me by mistake. I called up the restaurant, and got the chips sent out. I thought, I'm 6'2, the meal's still a small, I might as well eat it all. Big mistake. I didn't get food poisoning, but the acid going up my throat lying down made it impossible to sleep and made me feel like I was going to be sick anyway, so I tried half a rennie, to see if that did anything, nothing really happened. So, what I've ended up doing is making myself sick. I'm not ordering this garbage or any fast food again, this happens every so often however much I eat, it's just not worth it. It's expensive, takes ages to get here, and doesn't even taste that good, and makes sleeping even more difficult Gonna try the coomer book again, and see if I can't make it past the bit about hammocks.
>>2534 Apply everything in the coomer book to fast food too.
I'm currently taking amoxicillin for a dental abscess. I've got a funny taste in my mouth and I feel unusually low, but the abscess is shrinking already so I can't complain too much. Have you lads been dealing with any medical ailments lately.
>you don't get to fight Diamond in the Japanese version, while Ruby and Emerald aren't even in it
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>>2537 =J U S T==
>>2537 >>2538 FUCK MY POSTS UP
I take it we're all off out to the shops today for #WildWednesday then lads? What will you be buying?
this channel is good if anyone's looking for some new (old) music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3x2iVSlP5M
>>2542 Never snows round my way at this time of year, it usually comes around February if at all.
My electric blanket has stopped working. Luckily I had another duvet lying about so I've put that on top of my fluffy throw and main duvet, which is now more of a sub-duvet, and have returned to my previous comfort levels.
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Are there any games you go full soyboy for?
pure nostalgia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ssh71hePR8Q only oldfigs will remember
>>2547 I wouldn't call 2008 oldfag, but yes I do remember it. Have some moar internet nostalgia.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPAZQ6mhRcU I've never heard a native Jap speak English this well.
Ordering Christmas presents. Anyone want anything?
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Anyone remember when we discussed improving our ability to rest in a full squat? Well lately I've been working on being able to rest for longer in a kneeling position. Initially I could only do about 30 seconds before it got too uncomfortable, but after only about a week I'm now up to 4 minutes. I felt like if I wasn't able to rest in basic human resting positions then modern society, and the pernicious ch*air, had taken too much of a toll on me, and that is NOT on. I'm going to keep at it. It's surprisingly comfier than cross-legged your ankle muscles aren't tight anymore. How long can you do?
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>>2548 thanks a lot
>have a go at triple triad game after getting ifrit card because it's supposed to be pretty strong >lose my ifrit card to a little kid WHO DESIGNED THIS TRASH
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pk2C6hBdlOs At first I thought it was good. Now I think it's great.
Right then, I'm going need a quick rundown on the pros and cons of having a breadbin. *taps fingers on desk* I'm waiting.
>>2556 Pro: Bread stays soft and fresh for longer than if you just left it out on the side. That's it really.
>>2556 Con: You have to spend money, and possibly leave the house to go buy it.
Lads, as far as I'm aware, this vaccine was tested on young, fit, healthy volunteers, yet its main recipients will be the elderly, the fat, and the diseased. I foresee things going wrong here.
did you lads pretend to shoot kamehameha as a kid
>>2560 I was more of a Sonic+Pokemon+Wrestling lad.
>>2561 if i saw you in the playground i would have spirit bombed you
>>2562 No match for a DDT into the tarmac. You'd have hopscotch markings printed into your face as you're being walked off to the nurse's office by the dinner lady.
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Why doesn't he just put his arm in his sleeve? What the fuck is his problem?
Who knew koreans made city pop? With this, they're giving the nips a run for the money. I dare say even the lad who completed tasks in the presence of his paterfamilias in return for a wage, with his notoriously high standards, will get a semi-on. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWLoqLuP-B4
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miss him
>>2568 Not in a million years lad. I wasn't particularly interested in Japan's ripoffs of late-70s/early-80s underground dance music from New York, and I'm certainly not interested in the K*rean's soulless present-day attempts complete with vapid nu-popshit vocals. All "aesthetics", no heart.
>>2570 That's just the internet meme culture surrounding it lad. The music itself (the original stuff, not the meme remixers on youtube who rename it all and pass it off as their own) is indubitably, categorically, and unequivocally (simply) fantastic, from both a personal and an objective scientific standpoint.
>>2571 I was talking about the music.
Pornhub Takes Down All Content Uploaded By Unverified Users >Pornhub has suspended all videos on its site that were not uploaded by its content partners or verified models on its platform in a sweeping move that will lead to a significant chunk of content disappearing from the site just days after Mastercard and Visa stopped processing transactions with the adult video streaming sites over allegations that it hosted videos showing child sexual abuse and other illegal content. >Key Facts >Pornhub will now only allow uploads from verified users, which includes adult film studios and verified models, the company said in a blog post. >Pornhub maintained that this is a stricter policy than the likes of YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, Twitter and other major social platforms. >Pornhub says it has taken down videos that had been uploaded by unverified users pending a verification and review process that will start in the new year. >This means that a significant chunk of content on the adult streaming site is going to disappear soon.
Memes aside, is the Initial D anime actually good?
>>2575 I've still not seen it, but I've never heard anything bad about it.
https://twitter.com/SmithdownPrimY6/status/1339191971223654401 Beautiful display of christmas spirit. Makes you proud to be british.
>>2575 I only got it b/c Sir Brenton, but I loved it. But then again I already loved that kind of thing so you probably should ignore my opinion as biased a priori.
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>>2577 Huh? Looks like your link is broken lad.
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>>2577 >only one of the girls is wearing a veil >christmas
Costa Rican blend. Rich roast. Black. Ta.
A lot of huge purges of archives and repositories happening. Really feels like a digital coup d'etat.
>>2583 Meh. Just Marxists doing what Marxists do Anon. Don't let it get to you. Save everything.
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he cute
>>2583 What are you talking about specifically lad? I heard about the porn stuff but nothing else.
>>2586 > I heard about the porn stuff but nothing else. Well what time-scale are you talking on lad? The past week or the past two decades? For the latter the list of things memoryholed by """TPTH""" would be far too long for this board to contain properly.
My debts are going over £5000, and the welfare tribunal is still mucking around writing a letter because they called me three times and disconnected the trial on me. what exactly am I supposed to do now? I've asked the tribunal for another go, but they keep saying to wait, but there's not much longer I can wait with all these calls and letters from debt collectors. British Gas just passed my electricity account of £1500 onto collectors. I definitely can't work, and it's getting really hard to go out and get medication when I can barely afford to go to town. I'm going to email a solicitor, but I don't really know what I'm doing, and searching on the internet comes up with grifters.
Well, I sent a massive email to a solicitor, I'm going to sleep and hope these bastards don't try to change the meter again
>>2588 >>2589 You're in my prayers lad.
>>2588 How did things get this way?
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>he's called kulilin, not krillin where were you when mind was blow
>>2592 Goku is actually called Son, Tien is called Han
>>2591 Everything involving universal credit seems to take weeks and even months to process, and if you have to go through enough of it, the time adds up pretty quickly. If that's time not working, it's easy to add up debt. In my case, £5k for a few years isn't that bad, there's probably people worse off than me. I've seen the people in the papers starving to death on sanctions, I'm probably not far off at this point.
What are you all doing for Christmas?
>>2595 Not a lot, we've been Tier 4'd as of today. My sister's family are coming over for Christmas dinner anyway, I think the "Christmas bubble" allows for it but they'd probably do it regardless.
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>>2596 >they'd probably do it regardless.
do you lads think i am cool
I hope you anon are all doing well during this difficult time for Britain.
>>2600 It's no different unless you leave the house, and I leave the house about once every 3 months.
>>2601 I hope you are doing well during this normal time.
Here is how to have the best poos in the morning. >have a black coffee or two >eat something moderately-sized for breakfast >sit in a deep squatting position for a minute or so After this you will be ready to unleash an impressive turd, and what's more, it will make its entrance into the world easily, smoothly, and comfortably. Thank you.
>vaporwave is now retro Fucking hell. Where does the time go.
>>2604 It's not retro, it's just a fad that's had its day, and thank fuck for that.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJqrSOIpVnk The most important video you'll see all year. You are hereby implored.
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>>2606 ゾウのサンタ助かる、ありがとうございます では、ネコのサンタをお贈りします
I'm having an ice bath. The aim is 5 minutes.
>>2608 I did it. It was a curious mix of shit and fantastic. Once I managed to get control of my breathing about 30 seconds in, it was a lot easier. Still very uncomfortable throughout, but it also felt good at the same time. I felt like I could have gone a lot longer. Next week I'll try 10.
>had a wank
>>2610 It is not the man who has too little, but the man who craves more, who is poor.
I don't feel very christmassy at all this year lads, feels weird like. Are any of you watching that 4/a/ stream? Did I miss it or what? Been laid up in bed sick and not posting much.
Alright lads? Christmas for you soon, yeah? Here's a card for you from the FUTURE then. Have a good one.
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>>2612 It's pretty Christmassy where I am, my mum's gone all out this year. There's a little model village and a train set in our living room, giant elves at the bottom of the stairs, Christmas pictures on the walls, garlands and mountains of baubles on every horizontal surface... it's mental. >Are any of you watching that 4/a/ stream? Did I miss it or what? Pretty much, it's been on everyday from 5am to around 11am since the 1st, and tomorrow is the last one. It's been as retarded and chaotic as ever, but it's been a laugh. Full lineup this year was Toradora, Kakumeiki Valvrave, Shirobako, Gochiusa (s1+s2+movie), Ore Twintail ni Narimasu, Kodomo no Jikan (s1+OVAs), Sabagebu, Shimoneta, Konobi, Maken-ki (s1+OVAs+s2), Azumanga Daioh, Noucome, Shakunetsu no Takkyuu Musume, Danshi Koukosei no Nichijou, and Outbreak Company. There was also the annual Disappearance of Haruhi rewatch at some point, but I missed it. There's a lot more stuff going on though: There's r/a/dio that started about half an hour ago, and will go on until early Boxing Day. Then there's another round of r/a/dio on New Year's Eve through to New Year's Day: https://r-a-d.io/ There's also MOGRA (a famous anime/otaku-themed nightclub in Japan) streams that will be happening on tw*tch, the biggest of which is the NYE countdown (Japan time obviously), and that always has threads on /a/: https://club-mogra.jp/event/ Then on 2nd January (the first Saturday of the month) /a/'s annual Sora no Woto stream will be happening again, presumably same place as usual: https://wotos.c-14.de/stream.html And from 4th January onwards there's the BKT backlog clearing streams every weekday at 3am, with non-anime films (usually Japanese) on Sundays: https://cytu.be/r/bestkeytube
>>2614 I'll definitely be there for sora no woto, I'm stuck at home for new year because of the new scotland lockdown and last year's sora no woto stream was incredibly comfy, I remember last year I got some rum and orange juice and had a blast watching the stream. Will you be there for that one lad? How is r/a/dio by the way? I've never checked it out before, but I might spend new years on that.
>>2615 >Will you be there for that one lad? Assuming I don't accidentally sleep through it or something, yeah. I'll see you there lad. >How is r/a/dio by the way? Depends on the DJ, but there's usually a wide variety. Typical anison stuff, meme songs / /a/ classics (right now they are loving their station), nostalgia/retro block, depression block, 2hu music, obscure stuff, etc.
hope you lads have a good christmas miss solid snake and dd sam hope they have a good one too
>>2617 Merry Christmas lad, and to everyone else as well.
>>2613 This is nice lad, thank you, merry Christmas.
What did everyone get then.
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>>2620 Mostly clothes, but my dad got me one of those Behringer 303 clones which was a nice surprise. Been tinkering for the last hour or two, trying to figure out the sequencer. My sister & co were here too, my eldest niece got a Switch so we were all playing Mario Kart in the living room earlier.
Everyone has headed off to bed, and now I'm enjoying a nice glass of baileys and reading the divine comedy. How will /britfeel/ be spending the last couple of hours of Christmas day? >>2620 A metric fucktonne of candles and some dosh. I'm not complaining, I really like candles. Honestly I just enjoyed spending some time with family more than anything else, I took my dog out for a walk by the sea and then we napped together while everyone else watched an action movie. It was pretty comfy honestly, I wasn't expecting to enjoy myself very much. >>2621 I have no idea what that does, but it looks very cool lad. >my eldest niece got a Switch My ten year old cousin got a gaming chair and an Xbox Series X, was honestly pretty surprised, I had no idea she was getting into videogames. Going to see if I can talk her parents into letting her get the master chief collection since it has crossplay with PC
>>2622 Post pics of your candles
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>>2623 most of them are downstairs but have the one I brought up to my room for the night, lad.
>>2620 I got some proper caligraphy brush pens, two bottles of sake, a Demon Slayer hoodie (I never in a million years would've bought myself anime merch but it's actually pretty cool), some chocobo playing cards, a fitbit, some slippers, a bottle of whisky, some incense, and a candle lantern. The pens are my favourite, writing with them is an absolute joy. I think my mum got me more stuff because she felt bad about me spending the day on my own.
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>>2626 this is aesthetic lad, did you do these with the brush pens? very nice
>>2627 Yes. Thanks lad. I feel more inclined to try and make them look nice now.
This sake is completely different to any alcohol I've tried before. It's extremely plummy, which I suspect could be because it's made from plums. It's really nice now I've watered it down a bit.
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he cute
You know what's epic? Bacon. That's what. *sips coffee*
I can't believe he's gone lads. I didn't even know about this war. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHqiqcs8mYA f
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Merry Christmas and a prosperous new year to you lads, hope you're all still /feeling/ good.
How's everyone doing? I realised I haven't been posting much lately, and rarely effortposting at that, so one of my new year's resolutions is to contribute more to the thread. The britfeel lads have been there for me through thick and thin so its only right to think about the long-term health of the board. >>2633 You too lad. Will you be making any changes in the new year?
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>>2634 aye lad buying less camouflage, try drum up more brass for my business possibly by trading online so i can afford to fix my car and/or buy a new one, and try keep my temper down. That and staying away from /pol/ a bit more; which I say every year. Well I hope you do end up posting more, I like the fact that everytime I swing by you guys are still together and posting on an obscure IB 5/6 years later IIRC Until next time I swing by live long and prosper /feel/ers
>>2633 Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you sheep lad. >>2632 I'll be honest, the BGM choice made it funnier to me than it should have been.
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How's everyone spending their last day of 2020 then? I've set up an index of of Japanese dictonaries so I can start learning the language in the language in anki, so I'll be spending a good chunk of today reviewing my old cards and updating their definitions.
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Been a rough year for me honestly lads, I'm happy to see the end of it and hoping 2020 will be a little bit easier. Planning on spending the evening chatting with some friends and drinking to the memory of those who didn't live to see 2021. Wishing you all the best, /britfeel/ is the longest running internet community I've ever been a part of and will always have a special place in my heart. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-JUFg2gAIw (also if anyone is going to be coming to 4/a/'s sora no woto stream on the 2nd I'll likely be there, too.)
>>2637 Nice one lad, always enjoy seeing your progress in 日本語. I only got up a couple of hours ago, so I've mostly spent the last day of 2020 sleeping. I don't plan on doing anything particularly out of the ordinary tonight, which is how my NYE usually goes. >>2638 Sounds good lad, and yeah I share the same sentiments regarding /britfeel/. I've been an active participant of many places online over the past 20 years, but none for nigh on 6 years straight. Normally I make it about 2 years before moving on to somewhere else. The old Valvrave image macro comes to mind: "There was a point where we needed to stop and we have clearly passed it, but let's keep going and see what happens". >also if anyone is going to be coming to 4/a/'s sora no woto stream on the 2nd I'll likely be there, too. I'll see you there lad. Last year it started at 8pm GMT so I assume it'll be the same this time, but if I hear otherwise I'll let you know.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkLLi6UVWhI Imagine some random reporter bloke turning up at your house, sitting you down, and asking why you're a NEET. FIRST POST OF 2021
>>2640 >leave the comfort of your home to be a bug in a cubicle for shekerusteinu NEET life was no good for me but I understand his position, especially with how soul-crushing their work culture can be
>escape NEET life in 2020 >a few weeks of being at uni and I'm exhausted 24/7 >end up stuck in bed for over a month unable to do anything >turns out I have anaemia >doctors correct the vitamin defficiency I had but bloodcount keeps dropping >tfw no idea what's actually causing it >lost my appetite and am starting to very rapidly drop weight, can't finish most meals Kind of a cringe start to 2021 for me lads, not gonna lie. I don't think I'm going to be recovered in time to catch up with my studies this year.
Does anyone know any good paintings of waves dramatically crashing against cliffs?
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I've got a set of these arriving next week. They're £80 but the reviews are really good, so hopefully they'll be a lifetime investment.
>>2642 Do your stretches. It's time.
Excuse me. How do I convert a 30 minute mkv file into an mp3. Thank you.
>>2646 Easiest method is using this: https://file-converter.org/
I had to wear some of my work shirts twice for my last few shifts because the laundrette was shut, and I must say, after spraying them down with vinegar and fabric softener, they were pretty much fresh. I might start doing this regularly. With 8 shirts, working 4 days a week, I could have them washed just once a month, spending half as much as I have been.
Morning lads. How's everyone's new year going? After years of failed nofap attempts, I've decided just do noporn instead. I feel like keeping it all pent up actually makes me more likely to watch porn, so instead of taking it to that extreme I'm trying out the sensible middleground of being a wholesome wanker.
Today I have drunk three litres of water. Probably the most I've ever drank in a single day. >>2649 It's been a couple of days, how's the regiment going lad?
>>2650 That's good lad. Make sure you're getting enough salt so you're storing it in the muscles - they'll feel fuller and you'll have more energy. I'm still going strong. I don't want to get cocky because I've done that in the past and always failed, but this is the first time I've decidedly compromised for noporn. I think having that pressure valve will be helpful. Nofap honestly drives me mad. Some people say it makes their productivity skyrocket, but it's always been the opposite for me. With a week or more's worth in my bollocks, all I can think about is sex and I end up breaking and going on a porn marathon.
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Initial D is good. There's something comfy about 90s animation style.
Please watch this. It's important.
>>2653 >>2654 I watched it, as usual he's not wrong.
I've just weighed in at 83kg. And you?
>>2653 >>2654 Good one, thanks lad. Peace in 2021 for us burgers seems a bit far-fetched, but I'm sure God Himself is at peace at all times. He'll probably pass some of that along to us if we look to Him for it. Peace, /britfeel/.
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Just ordered this from lads, my first ever order from amazon.jp.
Hello, Another 11am bedtime. Goodnight
>>2651 I failed and had a 2 hour porn marathon. Good night.
>>2658 >yukio mishima you like gay japs?
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>when will you take the (((vacine))) goy?
I'd like it if you went back to where you came from. NOW. Morning, good lads.
>>2647 This program is great but it's converting using the first audio track as I should have seen coming. How do I use the second? Do I need to make it the first somehow?
>>2664 You may have to extract the specific audio track you want first, which you can do using this tool: https://sourceforge.net/projects/gmkvextractgui/
>>2665 You're a resourceful guy.
>>2666 Anything of this nature is usually a case of me having been there, done that, and bought the t-shirt. Makes up for all the things I'm inexperienced with IRL.
>>2661 Only Yukio Sempai. Oh, and Razor "Hard Gay" Ramon, because I can't possibly disrespect a man who's willing to leap crotch-first into his opponent's face from the top rope.
How does it keep getting colder. I don't remember being winter like this.
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>>2669 フォー! >>2670 It's not particularly cold where I am, but yeah winter is usually at it's coldest in January-February.
There's something deeply amusing about watching Japanese news and hearing a yank hood nigger speaking in harsh ebonics dubbed over with highly-polite honorific-laden Japanese. >>2671 I'll be having a word with the creators of the simulation about the temperature as of late.
Hello lads, this is my first post since 8ch went down. Hope everyone is well.
>>2673 I'm not bad mate, what took you so long?
>>2674 Glad to hear it lad. I gave up hoping the site would return a couple of months after it went down and just moved on to other things. I read earlier that it had come back as 8kun, went and searched for /britfeel/ and the most recent post linked here.
>>2675 Welcome back lad. What have you been up to?
>>2675 Blimey, you missed a lot. We've been bunkered on one site or another since the day after 8chan went down until moving here on a more permanent basis in May last year, at which point our last host shit itself and booted everyone out. The only things 8kun has in common with 8chan is that Jim Watkins owns it, and some (but not nearly all) 8chan boards were imported over upon request at a snail's pace. Pretty much everyone except the Qtards and a smattering of smaller boards left 8kun or avoided it entirely for a number of reasons, and moved to what eventually became known as "The Webring" and other places. If you're curious, here's all of our post-8chan threads prior to this one: https://archive.vn/hs10k - 06/08/2019 https://archive.vn/HVA5m - 11/08/2019 https://archive.vn/xAI0t - 15/03/2020 https://archive.vn/1Zz7V - 07/04/2020 https://archive.vn/DWCK0 - 13/05/2020 - >>2 https://archive.vn/sOx61 - 30/07/2020 - >>1010
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hello what animals do you like i like wolverine
I've run out of toilet paper and won't be able to make it to the shop 'til Sunday. Any suggestions?
>>2679 Look around the house for tissues, kitchen roll, old newspapers, printer paper, an old cloth, carrier bags, old clothes you never plan on wearing again, or even leaves out the garden.
>>2676 Cheers lad. I've just been working and playing video games, nothing much has really changed to be honest. The only big change has been my mum moving in with her man, so I've sort of inherited her house and have been living here alone since October 2019. >>2677 I had no idea there were backup sites so soon after 8ch went down, Good to know you lads have kept the board alive though.
Hey /britfeel/, just making sure you guys are still good for the GCUP. I'm finalizing numbers for the main tourney soon, so I just want to make sure.
>>2680 Thanks lad, I ended up using oven cleaning wipes this morning. My bumhole stung but at least it's nice and clean. I can't really think of any better alternatives so I'll probably have to use them 'til Sunday.
>>2665 I couldn't get this working and ended up using one called MKVToolNix. I've never been much of a tech lad but I can follow instructions. God bless the pajeets and their obnoxious royalty free dance music.
>>2656 54 lad
>>2683 what flavour were they lad? I need to know
>>2686 Lemon. I would advise regular bogroll if you've got access.
Dragon Quest VIII for dinner.
I really must object to you attempting to consume everything Rosey cheeks. To wit, these nuts of your glow with an awesome FALCON KICK! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDWiZQ2qj4M
DBZ is actually really good. As a kid, I wasn't able to appreciate the subtlety, the complexity, the artistic nuance, but re-watching as an adult, whole new dimensions are revealed.
>weed films
I was at the dentist earlier and could smell something burning, very similar to the smell when you singe your arm hairs. Well he was catching my gums every now and then with his drill because there was plaque right by them, and it just dawned on me the smell was burning flesh. Absolutely fantastic.
>>2692 every time i go to the dentist its all banging women and not a bloke in sight. even the receptionist is fit
>>2693 Same here lad, it's an even split between fit MILFs and attractive young women who look like they're only a year or two out of high school.
Can someone post the link to 2chan please. I've lost it.
>>2695 https://www.2chan.net/ , and there's also this fan-translated homepage: https://futabachannel.neocities.org/ If you're after some other active 掲示板 and 画像掲示板 sites, here's some of the more popular ones: Textboards: 5channel - https://5ch.net/ (formerly known as 2channel; European IPs are blocked so you'll need a VPN to browse it) Bakusai - https://bakusai.com/ Machi-BBS - https://machi.to/ Shitaraba - https://rentalbbs.shitaraba.com/ (formerly Livedoor) Imageboards: Futaba Channel - https://www.2chan.net/ (mostly 2D-orientated: anime, manga, games, etc.) Momizou - http://momi3.net/ (mostly 3D-orientated: TV, idols, models, gravure, etc.; a continuation of former imageboard Momiage Channel, which is where all the Futaba refugees went when they closed their TV boards in 2007) Momicha - https://momicha.net/index.htm (a 2018 offshoot of Momizou due to concerns with overbearing moderation) Meiwa Suisan - http://www.meiwasuisan.com/ (probably the least "otaku" of these imageboards; more orientated towards news and general interests) Bit of Japanese imageboard trivia for you: While traversing Japanese imageboards, there's a good chance you'll happen across drawings of a certain character (and related screencaps/copypasta) being spammed everywhere. The character is usually grotesque, fat, middle-aged, wall-eyed, buck-toothed, wears a nappy, has a South Korean flag on his forehead, is balding with water squirting out of his head, has large protruding nipples, and has amputated legs. He's often seen being the recipient of abuse from various other characters, killing himself, or being pampered like a baby. Apparently it's a piss-take of a notorious Japanese lolcow/spammer/troll/paedo, lovingly nicknamed "オムツァー丸の内武" (rough TL: nappy-shitting bloke from Marunouchi), who's supposedly been shitting up Japanese imageboards for the past 2 decades, has a very distinctive way of posting, and often posts images of Showa-era idol Naoko Kawai everywhere. Some claim he's shat some places up with CP, scat, and other shit to the point where they've had to close certain boards or even shut down entirely, but I don't know how true that is. In recent years, some Japanese anons have taken to counter-trolling him by spamming caricatures, incriminating screencaps, and humourous image macros wherever he's known to frequent in order to rile him up, as he supposedly cannot handle criticism and is generally fun to ridicule.
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Sit back and enjoy the ride lads. It's going to be a wild one.
>>2697 Trump's pardon list is a bigger humiliation than that kike tranny.
>>2700 THE gayest inauguration ever
>>2699 >>2700 in an astounding display of chutzpah, Biden manages to have an even MORE jewish government than Trump.
>>2702 >picking an all WHITE cabinet in the current year t. the alinsky inside me
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>>2702 It's amazing, really
>>2696 I really appreciate you going to the effort to post all that lad. Tentatively related, what are some animes with lots of dialogue? I'm working through Monogatari at the moment because for the most part it's virtually non-stop and I feel like it's going to help me progress the most. On the other hand shows like DBZ and Demon Slayer have long fight scenes with not much talking (which is a shame because I like them but they don't suit my purposes that well).
Unrivalled. Outstanding. Superlative. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07QQncy8yVM >you now know that Bulma's voice actress is dead
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Are we ticking any boxes here lads?
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>>2705 No problem lad, it just so happens I've been doing a lot of research into Japanese imageboards in recent months. I love how most of their sites are perpetually stuck in the 2000s, and while a lot of them have been sitting dormant for many years, many range from about /britfeel/'s speed all the way up to getting thousands of posts per day. >what are some animes with lots of dialogue? "Word-y" anime isn't really my forte, but I've heard the Fate series is the ultimate for that. If you're enjoying Monogatari, you'll probably enjoy Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei, which is also produced by SHAFT (in fact anyone who found their way here would probably enjoy it regardless). It's been a very long time since I watched it, but I'm pretty sure there's lots of dialogue.
>>2707 "Extreme Right Wing (XRW)" sounds like a wrestling promotion.
>>2707 Some of them
>>2708 I'm going to start making flashcards out of imageboard posts for the ultimate in authentic variety. I'll download those two and see what I think. It's odd, Monogatari isn't something I'd normally watch at all, but because I can understand a good chunk of its copious amounts of dialogue I've started to enjoy it. Do you like SHAFT, lad?
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>>2711 Nice, just keep in mind that learning Japanese via imageboards is similar to learning English via imageboards; it's a great resource for unfiltered informal speech on a wide variety of topics, but half the users are retarded social rejects, and they all make heavy usage of vocabulary that you'd never see or hear outside of those places. You'll end being the inverse of this lad if you're not careful: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVx6xun68CZORItm4Zp02nA >Do you like SHAFT, lad? They're hit and miss for me. They've made some of my favourite shows, but they've also made shows I found unbearable. Generally speaking I don't like their artsy-fartsy aesthetic, stilted animation, random cuts to irrelevant objects/photos/CGI, and obnoxious camera angles, but sometimes the writing and the characters more than make up for it.
>>2713 >they all make heavy usage of vocabulary that you'd never see or hear outside of those places. I'll bear that in mind. My main source of input is anime so I'm already mindful of the distinction between real life speaking styles and those of other mediums, and obviously I get a gaijin pass, but that said, speaking like an anime character has a lot of kek potential, while speaking like a hikki is probably best avoided. >>2713 >random cuts to irrelevant objects/photos/CGI Yeah that's annoying isn't it. You get the impression they think everything Western is cool (I'm fully convinced this will be their downfall in the end), but I'd rather they didn't copy pretentious post-modern shite.
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wish griffith was my dad
Greggs doing deliveries on just eat, what a time to be alive.
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>>2707 Sign of extremely right and proppa lads more like. Where is that fucking garbage from anyway mate.
God his work is so good. How would one go about reaching this level? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS_r1M3L878
Are you lads entering the GCUP? You've already got an entire team sorted so it's just a case of someone from /britfeel/ asking for the board to be entered.
>>2720 I haven't got a clue what's happening, but sure, go for it lad.
>>2719 1. Get a sampler, a synth or two, and some other rinsed-to-death breakbeats 2. Learn how to operate them on a basic level 3. Listen to a few Jean-Michel Jarre albums 4. Have a vague sense of what Jungle music is 5. Use everything above to make something shit 6. Voilà
>>2722 Do you think knowing so much about music production has made you less able to enjoy listening to stuff?
>>2722 >>2723 I only ask because thanks to you I don't like vaporwave anymore.
>>2723 >>2724 It means I can more clearly hear music for what it actually is, and I can sense the level of craftsmanship that was put into making it, but that doesn't necessarily ruin my enjoyment of music entirely. I definitely have a lesser opinion of poorly made and low-effort music now than I did back when I was clueless to it all, but at the same time I've developed a much higher appreciation of the real masterworks.
greentext story incoming lads: >be me >going to work early one morning >see crying chick >"oh boy" >crying chick asks for help, says she is lost and has been raped/beaten >I'm well out of my depths here so I tell her to go to the hospital >she starts panicking says she needs to get home to her kid >give her my phone-number, tell her to go home to the kid then text me and I'll make sure she gets help >no idea what I am doing >she hugs me, she smells like strawberries and perfume >her train is coming in 2 minutes >she drops a bombshell on me >says she thinks she killed her client >mfw I found out she's a prozzie >gives me details and starts heaving and gagging >did it in a brothel where other girls work >I just tell her its okay and its self defence... >i send her onto her train, wave goodbye >she texts me telling me to promise to keep it to myself >wtf now? >cctv on platform records audio, don't want to go down for being privvy to a prozzie murdering a client >call police >miss entire shift at work >police take my clothes because she hugged me >take my dna >take my statement >mfw she gets arrested and tries to flee then claims she knows me >hours later I'm out of the station >start getting weird phone calls and voicemails >call local filth >tell me to record all calls and not to change my number >get call from another officer, she might get bailed >Hope I don't get lynched by her pimp tl;dr some strange female confessed to stabbing a client, reported it so I don't go down with her, now I am paranoid as fuck that I'm going to be some pimp's next hit
>>2726 >ratting her out to the pigs SEX WORK IS REAL WORK, CHUD
>>2726 fucking hell mate your in a right pickle you fucked up the minute you spoke to her really but calling the police and that? oh dear
Do any of you lads play minecraft?
>>2729 Every now and then, not so much recently though.
>>2726 >cctv on platform records audio, don't want to go down for being privvy to a prozzie murdering a client How likely do you suppose this was to actually happen?
it could happen to any of us. what are some times you lads royally fucked up? >be me >walking through the underpass at my local park, it's full with dozens of drugged up/pissed chavs >they ask for the time >tell them it's 1pm >decide to give them my number and tell them where i live incase they ever need to know the time again >when i'm 20 foot or so away shout "bunch of fucking wankers" at them and leg it
>>2732 >last two lines What's your problem?
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What went wrong?
>>2734 He was always an insufferable tosser.
Whose grandparents have been vaccinated then? My grandad's had his. I must say I'm quite impressed with the speed at which they've been dishing them out over here. It's virtually the only thing we seem to have gotten right (providing of course they end up working).
Oh, my good lads, are you in for a treat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9eI--HaX8g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwxuMPJWLiE What's going on? Why are all of the best artists in this genre French? Jean-Philippe Rykiel and Dominique Guiot's albums are among my favourite of all time, and these two, which I found yesterday, may have just joined them. Should the Anglo fear the French medieval/classical electronic chad?
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>>2737 >>2738 This is really good music lad. >>2736 My sister is getting vaccinated tomorrow. I've been telling my family since the start that this is all blown out of proportion but they do what they want.
>>2736 My grandma has now, apparently it was a quick in-and-out job, no observable side-effects.
>ywn be an instagram influencer Why live?
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>>2694 >high school GTFO burger
Hey /britfeel/, an update after some radio silence. With /christian/'s voluntary recusal from the GCUP proper, we have 12 teams set to compete for the GCUP. As for the friendlies, the move by /christian/ gives us at least 10 willing participants, with a few more I'm waiting on for confirmation. I've decided to move entirely to joke/meme friendlies, since there wasn't interest in ones played under ICUP rules. We'll be determining the draw for the tournament before the end of this week. Since we have 12 teams, I've decided to move forward with 4 groups of 3 teams, with the top team in each advancing to the Knockout Bracket. This guarantees each team at least two games, and keeps the main tournament at a brief 16 games. We'll be padding the days out with the friendlies whose gimmicks will be determined at the same time as the GCUP draw. I doubt I'll be streaming it live, but I will at least record and post it on the match archive as soon as it's ready. Stay tuned!
>>2743 It's 'primary school' and 'high school' in Scotland.
Willy crumpets and poo bakewells.
filmed this on the drive to work. still in shock to be honest
>>2748 Fucking hell. Why do people do this. I saw two taxis (undoubtedly pakis) street racing with one on the wrong side of the road, doing about 40 on a 30 road. You always see cunts doing it down narrow windy country roads as well. Have any of our resident driving chads ever had any accidents?
>>2749 Haven't been involved in any traffic accidents myself, but recently a teenage boy riding his bike in my area was killed by a car. My dad was walking his dog at the time and said he seen a boy racer absolutely flooring it around a roundabout and going back the way it came, then he later found out that this was right around the time the boy was killed. He gave a statement to the police about it. Later found out that the driver was the paki son of a local kebab shop owner. Just another native White killed by our wonderful New Brits.
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For the lad who's learning 日本語, I came across this site: https://animelon.com/ It's an anime streaming site centred around learning Japanese, and it has individually togglable English/Japanese with kanji/hiragana/katakana/romaji subs, a speed control, a built-in dictionary look-up feature, the ability to seek through the entire transcript, and even a test/excercise function based on words you've previously looked up.
>>2751 Appreciate the thought lad, I already know about it though. I've been making flashcards from it for about 8 months now. It's been invaluable - having freely-available, copy-pasteable subs like that is hard to beat, and I thoroughly recommend using it in combination with anki if you're interested in learning. One thing I like to do is flashcard as much of an episode as I can and then re-watch it after a week or so of reviews in anki. Understanding becomes much more fluid and picking up new stuff becomes more a case of filling in gaps instead of being bamboozled by the whole thing.
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Do you lads have to wear masks often? How are you finding them? I think it's interesting how quickly we've gone from them being shunned at the beginning to where we are with them now. Efficacy or lack thereof aside, it's a good case study in virtue signalling.
>>2753 I wear one when I go to asda, but that's it.
>>2753 I don't, but then I've only left the house a handful of times over the past year. Probably about 10 times.
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I can now introduce to you lads a fantastic anime. Comfy world-building set inside an MMO. Excellent.
wish my dad was a terrys chocolate orange
>>2756 I watched S1 as it was airing, no introduction required. It was alright, but I thought it got really boring towards the end, and I never got around to watching the last 4 episodes. The "people from the real world end up in a fantasy MMORPG" formula had already been done a few times by that point (SAO being the big one), so that wasn't anything special, and it quickly became it's own genre (isekai) with multiple shows doing the exact same thing every season (all of which were based on rapidly shat out light novels cashing in on the fad).
Almost a year now, of being neet again. This time, I'll never leave it.
>>2760 What have you been getting up to lad? Are you a philosopher NEET ubermensch or a base depth-grovelling slime?
I want to become a bard.
>>2762 As a bard, which instrument(s) would you play?
>>2763 I would have to make my classical guitar sound like a lute for now, but ideally I would like an actual lute.
>>2761 Groveller, definitely. Initially returning to NEET was such a relief as well as opportunity to try and be the philosopher NEET. Productive intentions to learn new things with infinite free time, but with no reason or accountability to do any of it, they all fell by the wayside. In fact the only time I was productive was when an anon here told me to pick something and do it for a week. Before, being NEET, you always had that growing sense of unease. Now, having been NEET and worked for years, I've seen both sides and being a shut-in neet is vastly preferable, even though it's almost completely spent in a small room, looking into a mirror from the bed.
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>In fact the only time I was productive was when an anon here told me to pick something and do it for a week. That was me I think. Were you the lad who started yoga? It's all still available to you lad, the paradox of these meme vessels we inherit is that they're lazy as fuck and take the path of least resistance at pretty much every opportunity as the default setting, while at the same time derive immense enjoyment from doing and making progress in difficult (or just not effortlessly easy) things. Whatever you want to do or become, it's all in there waiting to be actualised, but so is the opposite. The team here at britfeel are behind you every step of the way.
>>2765 >>2766 Sorry lad, here's your (You).
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>>2764 For me it would be the pipe and tabor.
The snow is beginning to settle outside. I look forward to a cozy sunday.
>>2766 Not the yoga lad, it was this post >>662. I'm grateful for it, I improved a lot. The paradox is true. Nature is a sandbox for your will, it's always waiting, but you can keep it waiting too.
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>local paki not bothered about enforcing masks/customer limits
https://nationaljusticeparty.com/2021/01/26/the-white-scare-speech-by-mike-peinovich-on-jan-23-2021/ I wish we could have something like this here in the UK. Patriotic Alternative is closer to the target than the likes of the NF, the BNP or the EDL etc, but they ultimately forget the fact that we have no 1st amendment right to free speech or freedom of association. We are extremely crippled in comparison to our cousins across the Ocean. Where they can do something as simple as meet as a group in a barn, we cannot even meet as a group in a public park without suffering the label of "extremist terrorist activism", and as such are forced to organise on the same structure as ACTUAL terrorists and criminals. I tell you this now as an as-of-yet unidentified free man, we face more political pressure than the stereotypical Islamic terrorist or Islamic terrorist sympathiser does in Scotland due to the simple combination of our White skin and our common-sense nativist beliefs. And if you accept this then it is incumbent upon you to reflect upon the fact that it is not Islamists or ethnic Arabs that are behind this curriculum in our educational institutes, but ethnic Jews.
>>2772 >ranjeep and peshwar sorting us out with milk and bread in the morning >abdul and mustafa sorting us out with a kebab at night all this while BAMES also reject the vaccine in enormous numbers compared to neil and karen who bend over like pliant goy cattle
>>2758 I'm only halfway through S1 but enjoying it so far. It actually has lots of game elements unlike SAO which was more about stopping rape and harem building.
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How are you lads managing with the cold? Are you, as they say, alri? >tfw olive oil has gone all thick and gloopy and will hardly come out the bottle.
Tomorrow I will attempt to squat 100kg ATG for 10 reps for the first time in my life. I will report back.
>>2776 I'm off work for a few days, turned out to be a lucky holiday since the snow just started yesterday. Hopefully it's cleared up by the time I go back. >>2777 Good luck, lad.
>>2777 I got 7. I will get it next time.
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The groups have been drawn and are shown in pic related. You have been drawn into Group C with /argentina/ and /lego/. Your matches are as follows: vs. /argentina/ - https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=2021-02-13T21:00:00 vs. /lego/ - https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=2021-02-14T21:00:00 The top two teams from each group advance to the Knockout Stage, to be played on February 21st. We'll be showing these matches on the 8cup cytube as usual. Tune in!
>>2780 >vs. /argentina/ You cheeky cunt. I'll be looking forward to it lad.
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Bacon sarnie and an orange twirl for breakfast.
And we are BACK
>>2785 Feels good man. Reminder we have a bunker at https://8chan.moe/britfeel/ in case of any "shit hits fan" scenarios. For those out of the loop on what was happening, see this: https://cockbox.org/ >A major network outage has took out about half of Cockbox servers. We are working hard to restore service, but as of now there is no ETA. Hold onto your butts! >The cause stems from "anti-spam" RBL UCEPROTECT blacklisting port scanners, which has caused quite a fuss at one of our datacenters. Our understanding is that any internet-wide scan, including for Minecraft servers, is enough to be listed in UCEPROTECT. >We ask our port scanners not to port scan during these unfortunate times. >There is a $1000 bounty for anyone who can get UCEPROTECT removed from a major email provider, so our datacenter's customers stop complaining when one man in Germany blocks 1,000,000 IP addresses for something that has nothing to do with e-mail. Read more on Twitter.
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have a good day all
>>2788 You too ya soppy bastard.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCamp-s1nsOQXAnmRuvVXXUA/videos Lads, enjoy. An autistic lad and his mostly mask-related run-ins with our cherished bobbies.
I hope you extreme right-wing anti-vaxxers are looking forward to not being able to enter supermarkets, pubs, or go on holiday without a vaccine certificate. CAN'T WAKE UP
Lads it's time for your match against /lego/ https://cytu.be/r/8cup
This afternoon, it's Mondo Grosso. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBWepZ3Ada8 And you?
*stares dramatically out the window while stroking chin*
Went out for some shopping and some local chavs were on the roof, police cordoning off the area and a helicopter circling above. One was having a piss on the roof while the police were just stood around doing fuck all. Rest of the local chav population came out in solidarity with the rooftop lads which made the police fannies bring out several vans and about 2 dozen policemen to 'protect' themselves. No reason so much of the area is a shithole when they're terrified of underage chavs. https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/19101526.roof-tiles-thrown-police-bishop-auckland/
>>2795 >This is appalling, has the Police chief thought about introducing China style hormonal manipulation techniques on uncontrollable delinquent youths? >In top country China they introduce estrogen therapy to make these types of lads more compliant. >It'd also vastly reduce the chances of them reproducing too, so itd be a win/win situation as it'd help save the planet. Mate, what the fuck.
#NoJabNoJob. Simple as.
>>2796 The year is 2050. Gangs of femboy chavs roam the streets. Nothing is safe.
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Here are some redpills on the risks of mRNA/leaky vaccines for anyone interested. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antibody-dependent_enhancement https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marek%27s_disease >However, because vaccination does not prevent infection with the virus, Marek's is still transmissible from vaccinated flocks to other birds, including the wild bird population. The first Marek's disease vaccine was introduced in 1970. The disease would cause mild paralysis, with the only identifiable lesions being in neural tissue. Mortality of chickens infected with Marek's disease was quite low. Decades after the first vaccine was introduced, current strains of Marek Virus cause lymphoma formation on throughout the chicken's body and mortality rates have reached 100% in unvaccinated chickens. The Marek's disease vaccine is a leaky vaccine, which means that only the symptoms of the disease are prevented.[11] Infection of the host and the transmission of the virus are not inhibited by the vaccine. This contrasts with most other vaccines, where infection of the host is prevented. Under normal conditions, highly virulent strains of the virus are not selected. A highly virulent strain would kill the host before the virus would have an opportunity to transmit to other potential hosts and replicate. Thus, less virulent strains are selected. These strains are virulent enough to induce symptoms but not enough to kill the host, allowing further transmission. However, the leaky vaccine changes this evolutionary pressure and permits the evolution of highly virulent strains.[12] The vaccine's inability to prevent infection and transmission allows the spread of highly virulent strains among vaccinated chickens. The fitness of the more virulent strains are increased by the vaccine. >The evolution of Marek's disease due to vaccination has had a profound effect on the poultry industry. All chickens across the globe are now vaccinated against Marek's disease (birds hatched in private flocks for laying or exhibition are rarely vaccinated). Highly virulent strains have been selected to the point that any chicken that is unvaccinated will die if infected. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7484565/pdf/KHVI_0_1796425.pdf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mPIomjWwd4&feature=emb_title I've been reading a few decent /pol/ threads with discussions between biochem anons, the just I'm getting seems to be that come autumn flu season, after covid's spike protein has had more time to mutate, we'll start seeing ADE-related deaths.
The GCUP Knockout Stage begins soon! The Quarterfinals are set to begin at 18:00 UTC (https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20210221T18), with the Semifinals set for 20:00 UTC, and the Final at 21:30 (https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20210221T2130). Catch it all at https://cytube.xyz/r/ICUP!
if you could live for real inside any video game universe which would it be, and what would your role be?
>>2801 The Rance universe. I would be Rance.
>>2802 Legend.
>>2801 Alien Isolation- the xenomorph
>>2800 Your first match today against the Americans is starting now
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>>2802 Kek. Anyone ever play this one? We'd always have to find obscure foreign games sites in school to get around the surf control blocking the popular ones like miniclip. Young me absolutely blown away after procuring the first pic, not knowing it was that type of game, or that that type of game even existed.
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>>2806 Yeah Frank's Adventure is a classic. Don't remember the titles, but I used to play all those hentai flash "games" where you have to take the girl's clothes off in the right order and fill the orgasm meter or whatever.
Lidl ran out of fudge brownie milkshake so I bought chocolate instead. And I can tell you, I will NOT be buying it again.
>>2808 What's your cup size, lad?
>>2809 As I'm a big boy, naturally I have a pint.
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>>2811 The nation where every citizen has significant amounts of facial plastic surgery done just to become hirable doesn't get to insult the faces of other nations.
It's really warm all of a sudden.
>>2813 It is, and I'm not prepared for it.
A guy at work's wife's in intensive care with septicemia after having having an extreme reaction to a flu and covid jab on the trot.
>>2815 Play silly games, get silly prizes. No jabs for me!
>>2816 I'm trying not to detest people for their unthinking compliance but it's hard. What's the situation with you lads/your families?
>>2817 My grandma had the Oxford one and had no side-effects afterwards, that's all I know. I've mostly ignored the whole thing.
>>2817 My mum and her husband are both compliant goyim desperately awaiting the NHS letter telling them to get their jab. My dad is a flat earth tier conspiracy theorist so he's firmly in the anti-vax camp. His wife doesn't seem to really care one way or the other, so I dunno if she's going to get it.
>>2817 Family is completely against it thankfully. Though it doesn't say much for my dad as he would eat his own shit if it owned the inter dimensional lizard illuminati.
>>2820 My mum's boyfriend has become a bit like that. He used to be a complete normalfag, and has always been thick as a plank (he's Irish, from a family of gypsies, AND he's a scouser), but then he discovered Ben Shapiro, and it was all downhill from there. He thinks he knows it all now, and tries to impress us by reeling off yank-oriented Fox News / Daily Wire talking points and ancient conspiracy theories every day, but he doesn't know the meaning of half the buzzwords he's adopted, and just sounds like a prat. I swear, if I hear "liberal leftist snowflakes" one more time, or another reference to Candace Owens, or another lengthy diatribe on how "blacks are the real racists", I'm gonna go mental.
Having a hacked PS Vita is so comfy.
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>skipping in the parking bit round the back of my flat >the neighbour's cat starts watching
Of all of the animes I've been nicking Japanese from, Berserk has by far the highest volume of rare, high-level vocabulary of them all. Truly the intilectual's choice.
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Went and bought Persona 5 Strikers only to realise it requires Windows 10 to run.
>>2825 The game supports Windows 8.1 apparently, so I assume you're still on Windows 7. Don't know why you'd expect anything to support Windows 7 these days; end-of-life support ended over a year ago, and most mainstream hardware and software companies (including game developers/publishers) have been very eager to leave it behind for Security™ Reasons™. Aren't the 2020s wonderful? Oh yeah, and the game has Denuvo DRM unless you pirate the version they accidentally released without it.
The guy at work's wife who had an adverse reaction to the flu and covid vaccines died yesterday.
>>2827 Welp.
>>2826 Yeah I'm still using Win7. This is the first game I've encountered that outright won't run on 7, I'll give it until it happens with another game I want to play then I'll get Win10. I didn't know about the denuvo, I refunded the game anyway.
Excuse me. Yes you. Which internet browser do you use, and why?
>>2830 Firefox, because I hate Google slightly more than I hate Mozilla. I was previously using Ungoogled Chromium as my main browser, but Google started talking about killing off adblocker support so I jumped back to Firefox (they didn't end up going through with it as far as I'm aware, but fuck 'em for even trying). I also heavily use a Firefox-only addon called Tree Style Tab, and all the similar ones I tried for Chrome-based browsers suck. Firefox also does a better job of displaying Japanese text in my experience; unless your whole OS is using Japanese language & region settings, Chrome likes to display Japanese text with a Chinese font, and you have to use an addon to fix it because the built-in font options are extremely limited (unlike Firefox where it's fine by default and easily modifiable).
>>2830 Brave. I like its inbuilt adblocker and privacy features.
>>2830 I use Brave.
>games from my childhood are starting to be remade looks like a shit mobile game too https://youtu.be/BjCwUk06ZSk
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>nosferatu zodd will never be your dad
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Was this negroid man's cultural high noon? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lrle0x_DHBM
>>2835 They started remaking games from my childhood during what was apparently your childhood, so now I feel fucking ancient. Cheers lad. It does look a shit mobile game, but then I always thought 3D Pokemon games looked like shit, including the original Diamond and Pearl. Should have stuck with 2D, check this collaborative fan-made redraw project out: http://retroredrawn.com/johto/index.html
>discussing Attack on Titan with a lad at work >I understand the plot better in Japanese than he does in English Who ubermensch here.
>>2839 Him for being less of a weeb to be honest.
>>2840 Weeaboos are those who fail at Japanese by using mangled and mispronounced words and phrases they learned from anime/games, not those making a genuine effort to learn the language. However, the lad and his workmate both get 2 weeaboo points respectively: 1. for discussing anime in public, and 2. for the anime in question being shounenshit.
Willies and tits; Poos and shits.
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>>2836 Why does he have a lego sword?
Are you lads getting more confident as you get older? Mine is growing due to good progress in my various IMPROOVment related activities but I also feel like there might be other factors at play. I have an inkling that secret big boy genes get activated as we continue to age.
>>2844 It's less that I'm getting more confident and more that the older I get, the less I care about things that used to worry me.
>>2844 I've definitely become more desensitised to everything as I've gotten older. My parents and grandparents have always said that they just "stopped caring" once they got to a certain age, and I suppose I'm reaching that age myself.
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>>2844 >>2845 absolute opposite for me lads, used to be somewhat confident as a teen and mega confident as a kid, not so much now, can't even dress the way I want because I'm anxious about getting looked at
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>>2848 Don't let it rule your life lad, the only way over it is to wear these exclusively and spike your hair up, do it for long enough and your subconscious will get the message that dressing like an absolute chad is safe.
>>2849 You jest, but the Y2K revival is coming in full force. Buy into hair gel and xtreme sports apparel while you still can.
In refusing to work with their Republican colleagues in Congress, the Democrats have conclusively demonstrated that they don't care at all about the American People. They only care about themselves and their progressive agenda.
>>2851 I stand with the Democrats in not caring at all about the American People.
*stealthily lets off a stink bomb in the thread locker room*
>>2853 >locker room YANKEE GO HOME
To order a McDonalds, or not to order a McDonalds? That is the question. *strokes chin*
>>2855 I got a large Grand Big Mac meal, it was delicious. I just realised that was the first thing I've had from there in over a year.
These poor unsuspecting sushi gobblers have no idea I'm nicking their Amazon reviews and putting them in Anki. Indescribably devilish.
Working very hard on getting the "Worshipful Company of NEETs" registered as a City of London livery company.
Some new bloke at work who used to be a manager at an old store kept subtly trying to tell me and some of the other lads what to do. I went up to him in the backup and said he needs to remember he's not a manager anymore. He just said ok, then about 15 minutes later he came up and apologised. I generally avoid conflict but it felt pretty good.
>>2862 He sounds like a beta male.
Do you lads ever listen to old game soundtracks?
Today I started a new project to boost my knowledge of nihongo and the world. The goal is to read completely and with full comprehension the wikipedia page of every single country on the planet. I've kicked it off with Somalia and plan on working my way round each continent. Ok thankyou.
>>2864 Occasionally, but only if it randomly pops into my head or I come across a reference to it. Same goes for music in general really, I mostly listen to nothing. >>2865 ナイス
>>2865 Good luck getting round polynesia and the caribbean. So many island nations it makes my head spin.
>>2866 That kind of music reminds me of going to the arcades as a kid. What games do you think have the best ambient tracks? >>2867 There is no island too small, too irrelevant, too obscure, to stand in the way of my thirst for gook runes.
>>2868 >What games do you think have the best ambient tracks? Every atmospheric game from the early-mid 2000s.
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Do you gentlemen lucid dream at all? I do. I have dreams where I know I'm dreaming and use that to my advantage and doing things that I find amusing. For instance I recently enjoyed a dream wherein I was in a large supermarket except instead of paying for the goods on the shelf I was merely grabbing loads of sweets and eating them on the shop floor, as well as shoplifting wine bottles and throwing and smashing them. I know I was lucid doing this because I was conscious of how slow I was moving in the dream while carrying out my anarchistic fantasies. The dream then ended with me pulling a knife on the security guards, exiting through the fire escape and stealing a car to getaway from the scene. The other night I also had a dream that turned nasty for me when a character in the dream started threatening me. Again, being lucid, I told the dream-character that it was in fact my dream and that they cannot harm me and I have the power to end it at will. To prove this to the dream-character, who had started to strangle me, I shook myself awake. Anyways, these examples illustrate how mad dreaming can be and I hope that I am not alone in possessing the ability to turn my dreams into outlets of my own repressed violent urges. I never tend to use lucid dreams for sexual gratification though. I personally believe dreaming is either like taking very powerful psychedelic drugs or that your brain is like a computer generating a dream world using preexisting assets like faces of those you used to go to school with or locations you have been to. The science behind dreaming must be pretty complicated, more so when trying to figure out how lucid dreaming and reoccurring dreams work. If you could create a computer that was capable of world-building like the human brain is during dreams, I imagine you would unlock limitless creative potential. I'm aware of methods to induce lucid-dreaming such as reality checks and lying in bed completely still remaining conscious until your body shuts down and the dreaming starts, but neither method has ever been successful for me. I only ever become lucid about half-way through the dream.
>>2870 I felt like I was choking in my dream earlier because in reality I was dehydrated, bunged up, laid on my back, and breathing like a pensioner with covid. I knew exactly what was happening and managed to will myself awake. It takes ages for me though, does it you? I could only move my arms (in the dream, I presume they were still paralysed in real life), and even then they were extremely slow, and it felt like a good chunk of time passed between me realising what was happening and waking up. Morning lad.
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>>2871 Usually I notice my movement within the dream is restricted when I become lucid but not always. It only takes me a few seconds to shake myself awake when I want to but I do feel like I am pushing against a heavy force. Your body shuts down movement when you dream otherwise you'd be sleep-walking all the time. That's where the phenomenon of sleep-paralysis comes from too - not that I've experienced it myself. I have these apocalyptic dreams sometimes where the moon goes blood red or that a nuke goes off and suchlike. Rather ominous stuff. Makes me quite happy to be alive and well in retrospect but I nevertheless do get burdened with terrible feelings of dread for the first 5 mins or so of being awake. Again, funny how dreams can have this effect and it begs the question why we dream such things at all. Dogs dream as well as humans but goodness knows what their dreams are like. I sometimes think that when people die they are reincarnated as birds or dogs but thats far out there in terms of the batshit stuff I'm willing to believe out of sheer intuition. And (just after) morning to you too, sir.
Legend of the Galactic Heroes seems alright.
>>2873 LOTGH is kushti
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>>2862 There's a condescending, know-it-all, old tosser at my work who used to be a supervisor about 20 years ago. He's constantly telling everyone what to do and immediately gets on your back if you make a mistake (side note, he fucks up constantly and gets his friend in the office to fix it for him). Back in October 2019 I finally had enough of his attitude and snapped at him, told him to shut the fuck up and remember he isn't a supervisor any more. It felt so good, my adrenaline was pumping like I'd been chased by a pack of dogs. He hasn't spoken a word to me since then.
>>2875 Ouch.
Did you know that Cocaine was invented in 1607 by Sir Edward Coke?
It was a bright and gay day in may when I came across a queer young fellow
Should anons be allowed to post if they're not properly hydrated? Should we not aspire for all posts to be based on a solid foundation of optimal cognitive function?
I love Kate Middleton so much, I would gladly die in battle for her and her children.
There was a jack russell from Dover A lovely jack russell named Rover His owner was a sort So the little dog thought He'd jump for it when she bent over
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>A 30-year-old Italian bodybuilder has confessed to killing his parents — after being asked to get out of bed and take the dog out for a walk, according to reports >The buff son claimed his dad accused him of “being a failure” during a row, according to the Daily Star. >The elder Neumair reportedly accused Benno, who had fallen asleep after playing on his computer, of not doing his share of household chores, including walking the pooch, according to the news outlet. >He allegedly strangled his father to “shut him up.” >“We were in the hallway and we fell together on the ground. I just remember that I squeezed very tightly,” he continued, according to the report. >Benno said that when his mother returned home soon after, he strangled her with the same rope. >"I did it without even saying goodbye,” he reportedly told investigators. https://nypost.com/2021/03/23/italian-man-reportedly-kills-parents-after-dad-asks-him-to-walk-dog/ Who was in the wrong here?
>>2883 ...so did the dog get a walk then or not?
>Somalia has the lowest HIV rate in all of Africa BASED ISLAM
>>2883 >according to the Daily Star
*long, calculated pause* What have you all been up to lately then.
>>2887 I've been browsing the Internet.
>>2888 What wonders, what enriching discoveries have you happened upon, my good poster?
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>>2889 I found the Japanese bulletin board for chads and stacys: https://www.yoasobiweb.com/
>>2890 Does it bother how many English loanwords they use lad? To me it seems like a massive degeneration of the language, especially when they use them to represent concepts for which they already have loads of words. There's also the fact that the pronunciations are ridiculous and don't fit with their sounds at all. I wish they didn't think we were cool. I bet chinks don't do this.
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Orange - will get vaccinated Blue - don't know Grey - will not get vaccinated I'm actually quite surprised. Dare I say based.
>>2891 >Does it bother how many English loanwords they use lad? Not really. Japanese has had European loanwords since the Middle Ages, and their writing system was lifted directly from Chinese, so it was hardly "pure" to begin with. >I bet chinks don't do this. Probably not to the same extent, but: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_loanwords_in_Chinese
While I do feel pride in having been born into an ethnic group whose language has been adopted as the default Human language by the rest of the globe, it does upset me that English isn't spoken only by English people. It's hard to feel a local identity in your speech unless you use an overpowering dialect. And its even worse when foreign sorts insult our country in English. I'd never learn another language just to use it to insult native speakers of that language. The burden of success I suppose.
>>2894 Yeah it's kinda shit. One thing I really notice when trawling non-English websites is that there seems to be more of a "shared culture" between the users. They might have occasional disagreements and arguments over their nation's politics and petty issues, or the odd mentally ill retard who shits the place up for no reason; but the constant infighting, cultural clashes, misinterpretations of nuance/sarcasm, unresolvable ideological differences, etc. that we see on virtually all English-language websites these days just isn't there. We only get to experience some of what they experience when we make nation-specific boards, or if we go back 12+ years when every topic had its own website and the most egregious ESLs didn't have access to the internet.
>>2893 >Japanese has had European loanwords since the Middle Ages, and their writing system was lifted directly from Chinese, so it was hardly "pure" to begin with. >English has had Norman loanwords since the Middle Ages, so it was hardly "pure" to begin with. Where did this hebe mindset come from lad, and who mentioned purity? I'm just saying that it's a cohesive, well-integrated entity with clearly-defined characteristics which is being degraded by the introduction of a very high volume of loanwords from alien languages. 60% of Japanese vocabulary is directly descended from Chinese, so by your same slime slimy logic you could argue Japanese largely doesn't even exist. Clearly at some point it became its own distinct entity. The two share many structural and historical similarities that English and Japanese simply do not; the sounds, structures, pronunciations, and overall feels of our two languages virtually could not be more different. >>2895 I would imagine it's largely because the scope of ideological division within their country isn't anywhere as (((((large))))) as in ours and across the West generally, and they probably don't see people who disagree with them as outright invalidated or inferior people. Your nihongo must be quite good if you can read that sort of thing, no?
>>2896 I'll add that I'm not opposed to loanwords in principle at all - that would be the purism you accused me of advocating for - in certains situations they are of course essential, my gripe is entirely that they're replacing words they already have because they think we're cool. バスケットボール - ✅ スタート - ❌
>>2894 There's an immeasurable irony in owing your entire being to the people you hate.
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Intel's next generation of chips will feature Bleep - an AI-driven "toxicity detector" that filters out bad words from voice chat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97Qhj299zRM&t=1646s
>>2896 >who mentioned purity? You used the word "degeneration", which gave me the impression that you believed Japanese had been in some way "sullied" or "defiled" by the adoption of English words. Apologies if that's not what you meant. >>English has had Norman loanwords since the Middle Ages, so it was hardly "pure" to begin with. It's funny you say that, because I was actually going to include that exact argument in my original post before deciding it would probably be best to leave that particular can of worms alone. Regardless of what you or I might think about the Norman Conquest and how things should have gone, the Old English that Middle English replaced was originally a foreign language introduced by invaders only a few centuries earlier, as was much of the Latin-infused Brittonic before it; so the switch to Middle English isn't particularly bothersome to me. Similarly, both Old Japanese and Modern Japanese are as different to each other as Middle English is to Modern English (and both are a far cry from the languages once spoken by the indigenous tribes that roamed their lands), so I don't feel much concern over the Japanese people adopting and integrating a few European words into their language over the past 4 centuries. In some cases, the integration of particular loanwords has been so "successful" that they don't even realise they're using loanwords to begin with - just as English speakers of a certain age today generally won't question "karaoke" or "emoji" (and consider that we already had the terms "sing-along" and "smiley/emoticon" that effectively meant the same thing). To me, the real examples of "degeneration of language" would be things like the proliferation of ebonics and pidgin, which distort and simplify languages to the point where they actively hamper the speaker's ability to think and express themselves as coherently. I don't think the adoption of loanwords alone is capable of that. Outside of generally shortlived phenomenon like netspeak and teenage slang, Japan doesn't have anywhere near as much of a problem with this kind of "degeneration" as English-speaking nations currently do. >>2896 >Your nihongo must be quite good if you can read that sort of thing, no? Not really, I couldn't hold a conversation in Japanese to save my life; but being able to read kana, listening to and aborbing a cursory knowledge of the language for years, having an active interest in various parts of otaku and net culture, and the helping hand of online dictionaries + the latest advances in machine translation (and knowing how to decipher the output without jumping to incorrect conclusions) can take you a long way.
Just went round to see the grandparents. Lockdown's done a number on their mentality, but they're in good health for the time being. Really sad to see what an effect a full year of not being able to meet friends and family and faffing around with sanitation and shut businesses has had on their generation. The politicians will never answer fully for their crimes, but hindsight will make everything clear eventually.
How are you all adapting to British summer time? I felt a bit groggy when I got up but surprisingly felt very energised at work all day. On an unrelated note, I'm feeling a couple of sick days off work. It's very possible that I'll have flu-like symptoms when I wake up in the morning.
>>2902 It threw me off a bit, I slept in and had a nap in the middle of the afternoon.
>>2902 >On an unrelated note, I'm feeling a couple of sick days off work. I've done it. I must say I thought my croaky voice was quite convincing. Hopefully it's sunny today like the forecast says.
>>2901 >Lockdown's done a number on their mentality In what way?
>>2905 Well take this as an example, my grandad is a good musician from the 1950s and had been playing in gigs for over 70 years but since lock-down he's had a year away from playing regularly and he's lost his ability to play properly now, and doesn't think he'll ever go back to performing in public. And my grandma is just generally getting fed up of it all. Luckily they're both relatively healthy so I hope they'll see it through to the other side of this. But imagine how horrible it is for the old people who are alone or suffering from dementia who have had a year in solitude more or less. Its so fucked up, the government never did proper risk assessments into mental health impacts of shutting all social and cultural life down for a year. Either that or they did and they just ignored the risks and lied to the public about the risks.
>>2906 I should've cashed in at the start of lockdown and created a guide on how to survive as a shut-in loner.
wish i had big flared nigger nostrils so i could breathe better, i've been so stuffy lately
>>2906 imagine spending a year alone haha, my heart breaks for Big Normie.
>tfw the whole universe is change and life itself is but what you deem it
She needs a man with sensitivity. A man like me.
Fickle way to tickle on my young mans tipple
>>2910 I think people are still meeting up irregularly which just makes it more ridiculous that pubs and clubs and social activity groups are arbitrarily closed even though you can go to the supermarket and spread the uber deadly totally not blown out of proportion disease anyways
>>2914 The whole thing is a farce. Some coal black nigger fresh off the boat from the depths of Africa just started at my work. We still have international travel and immigration but grandparents aren't allowed to have contact with their newborn grandchildren.
How's the physical training going lads?
>>2916 My hamstrings are still aching from deadlifts I did on Monday. I'm lucky I bought a barbell and some weights for my birthday not long before the lock-down shut gyms and resulting price gouging for all exercise gear. Still, I had to fork out for some 15kg and 5kg plates but I try to do a little bit of weightlifting every day so it all works out cost-efficient since I don't even need a gym membership anymore.
Who smashed off one beer here?
>>2917 Nice lad, how much do you do? I only have 97.5kg so I'm a bit limited but I can still do much more than the equipmentless masses which I feel grateful for. There is nothing quite like a good workout, it just taps into something primal.
I think I've pushed a disc in my neck out a little while having a morning stretch-yawn, now it hurts when I turn it one way. The features on these bodies need a fucking update.
>>2915 Kids are still going back to crapistan for weddings but you can't go visit your family
>>2920 You didn't get the new update? Reboot lad, there was a glitch in the most recent one but it only lasted a couple hours
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Remember to vote for Sir Keith, AKA "are Keith" "big Keithey" Stormer to restore Britain to its former glory and get us out of this mess.
Amazon have admitted that some delivery drivers do urinate in bottles
>>2923 Kike Starmer can fuck off to Israel since he loves it so much more than England.
How do you see the British public reacting to vaccine passports? I want to be optimistic. I'm interested in hearing you lads' thoughts.
>>2924 There was a news piece in the local paper about how Amazon drivers have been pissing and shitting all over the roads near the new Amazon warehouse; I had a good laugh. Amazon said they would look into it and all I can imagine is some poor wagie having to go round and interrogate drivers as to when/where they last went took a dump. >>2926 Can imagine most people will like it because it gets them out of lockdown sooner but I hate the idea of it. Completely infringes your human rights and liberty.
>>2926 There'll be some mild quibbling from the usual fringes, then some half-arsed protests that will quickly get shut down, and then everyone will bend over for their authoritarian arse-fucking like they always do.
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>>2927 >>2928 luv me footie more than me bodily integrity. simple as. get it in me arm and GET IN NGUBU YESSS
>>2929 sick ov not 'avin a pint with me mates
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I got an email from "Q" asking for bitcoin money lads. It was sent to an email address I only ever used to request board ownership of 8kun's /britfeel/, and when I googled their email address I saw that apparently a vol from 8kun's /qresearch/ received the same email: https://8kun.top/qresearch/res/13326878.html#13327418 So either Jim Watkins (or someone at his company) really is behind Q as many suspected, or a list of all 8kun's BO and volunteer email addresses has been leaked and someone's trying to pull a fast one.
>>2932 His son was LARPing as Q since he had access to a lot of the Q shit being run through 8ch, but the Q op itself was run by kikes in the US government like Ezra Cohen-Watnick to corral right-leaning boomers and retards.
>>2934 shit anime/manga has shit ending, what else is new
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goodnight sweet prince
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miss him already
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f >>2938 cheeky
>>2934 The ending was to be expected lad, what's the issue?
I'll be putting several commas in, this sentence where they, shouldn't be and NOBODY can, stop me.
>>2941 Prepare... To. Meet. Your... Nemesis...
Good morning lads, hope you're all doing well. The following link is for lads with highly-developed auditory processing neural networks ONLY. Or should I say all may listen, but those not equipped to appreciate it should make haste in continuing their training. Thank you and good day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCAsIBngblM
I live next to a train station and heard the sickening crunch of a jumper's body getting impacted by a fast moving train last night. First time I think I've ever heard someone die.
>>2944 Fucking hell, that's one that'll stay with you forever. I was walking behind some woman in the corridor at work once when she stumbled and landed face first on the concrete (she didn't put her arms out for some reason). I can still hear it now.
>>2943 Lad, please can you tell me a bit about the synth in the chorus starting at 13:40? I would describe it as 'wet', 'mulchy', 'squelchy', and 'moist' (in the more traditional, non-Deanified sense of the word). Is it rare? How do you make it? I probably won't understand much of your response, nevertheless I'm very interested. Thank you.
>>2945 It sounded almost like a car getting hit by a train but that was just the echo of the smack when a ~200lb person gets thwomped by a train. they were cleaning it up over night I expect because by the morning it was clear. I think I might have seen some stains on the floor of the level crossing when I walked by earlier Human bodies are big things and they make loud noises when they get wallop'd
Like when Germany was forced to restrict its army size under the Treaty of Versailles so the selection criteria was raised and only the finest martial minds entered the ranks who could then impart their expertise on the fresh recruits drafted into the Wermacht in 1939, I think that the UK army is reducing its troop size to that of a very small professional core who then can quickly train the majority of zoomers who have already been playing First Person Shooters their whole lives and are mentally adjusted for close-quarters tactics in case there is an imminent invasion.
>>2946 The bass synth? Start with a sawtooth wave as your oscillator, use a low pass filter with the cutoff fairly low and the resonance fairly high, and use an envelope on the filter to make the filter's cutoff raise quickly (but not instantaneous) and decay slightly less quickly to give you that "wOwww" effect. Raise the sustain a bit as well to prevent the filter's resonance conflicting with the bass frequencies on the way down. I think the example you posted has a subtle second oscillator at a higher octave to "phatten" it up, and keyboard tracking on the filter so the filter opens up as you play higher notes, but it's difficult to hear with everything else going on in the mix. It's not a rare sound at all, it's one of the most basic patches you can make. A synth's internal filter design will determine exactly what you end up with (there's lots of different implementations that can sound very different from each other), but you can get well within the ballpark on just about any subtractive synth since the Minimoog (1970). Side note: the formula for "wetness" is: resonance + rapidly rising and decaying filter cutoff = "wet"; it sounds "wet" because liquids often make sounds with similar characteristics to that, i.e. dripping water, stepping in wet mud, etc. The formula for "phatness" is multiple oscillators either octaves apart or slightly detuned from each other; thickens things up nicely, but can easily muddy up your mix if you're not careful. "Muddy" = too much going on in the bass frequencies of your mix, makes things sound incoherent and messy.
>>2948 Yes, a professional core of trannies and wogs will surely be our Wehrmacht.
all this negroid business in the states is surreal
There are some really nice craft beers. I don't care if hipsters like them.
>>2951 Too much of it ends up over here lad. It is time for a "White Britain Policy" much alike the "White Australia Policy" before
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M&S sues Aldi in bid to protect its £7 Colin the Caterpillar cake after budget rival launches its own £4.99 Cuthbert the Caterpillar alternative >Marks & Spencer take Aldi to court for copying their Colin the Caterpillar idea >The grocery giant launched an intellectual property claim with the High Court >Argued Cuthbert the Caterpillar was too similar to their 30-year-old product >Blasted Aldi for 'riding on its coat tails' and using M&S' reputation for profit https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9474381/Colin-Caterpillar-M-S-sues-Aldi-4-99-Cuthbert-Caterpillar.html
>>2954 It's not so much that they've copied the idea of making a chocolate caterpillar cake with a face on the end, which has been done by every supermarket going for decades, but more that they've needlessly ripped off the more unique aspects of Colin's design. Poor show Aldi, poor show.
>>2954 >>2955 Some lad at my work got one of those from his mum on his 26th birthday last week. Last time I seen one was when I was 11 I think.
>>2956 It's my birthday soon. I've put a request in with my mum.
Howdy, fellas, not a Brit nor an Anglosphere person but there's something I just can't figure out. What's the difference between a Lad and a Chav? They seem pretty similar to me.
>>2958 A lad is simply any young man or boy, but it's also used to describe the British equivalent of American "frat bros" (see: "lad culture"). They're well up for getting sloshed, getting knee deep in clunge, or even having a cheeky Nando's; but are otherwise boring, innocuous, law-abiding citizens. Can range anywhere from working class to middle class. A chav on the other hand is a rowdy member of the British underclass; the stereotype is that they're dirt poor, uneducated, on the dole, growing up in single-mother households (with siblings from various different fathers), sporting tracksuits and fake/stolen jewellery, driving around outside McDonald's in cheap cars with tacky mods while blasting UK Hard House, getting their girlfriends pregnant at 15, and generally partaking in "antisocial behaviour". They were more prevalent around 10-25 years ago (or rather, being a chav was somewhat trendy), but you still see them around from time to time.
There is nothing like giving your bollocks a good scrub in the shower.
I think I've become desensetised to weebshit the more anime I've watched. Initially, I would feel an instinctive revulsion when I saw anything moe, but now it seems more tolerable - mind, I still don't seek it out, nor enjoy it, but there has been a subtle change nonetheless. The slippery slope is real.
>>2959 Thank you so much, brother. Would it be accurate to say that Lads come mostly from Southern English and Chavs Northumbrians/Northern English?
>>2962 I suppose, but only in that the northern population is generally poorer and more unemployed than the southern population. The northern working class lost the majority of their work when all the mines and industry were shut down several decades ago, and many were unable to move over to retail/office jobs for a variety of reasons, so things quickly deteriorated from there. Basically the same thing that happened to America's Rust Belt. There's still plenty of chavs down south though; although in London and the surrounding area they're typically more the "multicultural/Jafaican/roadman" types due to that being where most of our immigration gets housed.
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angloids are responsible for everything that's wrong with the world
I wonder how many of the charges Chauvin will be found guilty of. I think the second-degree manslaughter charge is guaranteed, and the unintentional second-degree murder charge is a distinct possibility. The third-degree murder charge I don't see sticking. Have any of you lads been following the trial at all? What do you think will happen?
>>2965 I've not followed it at all, not even when there was all the riots or whatever. Couldn't care less frankly, much ado about fuck all.
>>2965 I've not been following it much because I've been pretty busy but I am interested in how it's going to turn out. I want to see some colossal summer chimpouts. I read something about one of the police chiefs saying kneeling on the neck isn't their policy, which would be pretty damning in terms of a manslaughter verdict. As someone who's been following more closely, which factors would you say are working most against him?
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they actually liked each other didnt they lads. but it had to happen. tfw
>>2964 angloids are responsible for everything that's worthwhile in the world seethe
>>2962 I don't believe there is a border division with lad/chav, it is largely circumstance of their early formative years and then behaviour from then on out: A chav will nick a tenner from you and pop off to the local for some frosty jacks and spit at your nan as she walks by. A lad is just that, a lad, standard Brit
>>2967 The defence has done a solid job of arguing his case, and in any sane court would at the very least cast enough doubt on the matter to take the murder charges off the table completely. There were a number of incidents that should (and would in a less politically volatile case) have resulted in a mistrial, such as the latest incident where the defence's expert witness made a case about Floyd potentially having asphyxiated due to inhalation of exhaust fumes due to his face being on the ground at the rear of the running police car. Well the next day a doctor at the hospital Floyd was taken to took it upon himself to look through the records and magically happened upon a piece of evidence that nobody knew about before which specifically disproved that theory. >which factors would you say are working most against him? Political corruption at the judge's level, media brainwashing, intimidation, and just plain anti-White sentiment on the jury. I wouldn't be surprised if American media outlets start doxxing jury members if it starts looking like they might acquit Chauvin.
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>>2969 that's why you need to post on a nip nong inspired basked weawing forum about your depression, right
>>2962 Completely inaccurate, you can find them anywhere. The city variants of chavs are far more dangerous than their rural counterparts though.
>>2971 He was found guilty of all three charges. My opinion of the American legal system was extremely low, but not low enough it seems.
>>2974 >found guilty of killing someone both by accident and on purpose I do think Chauvin was a bit excessive but not to this extent, I honestly feel for the guy, he's been thrown to the dogs in one of the biggest show trials of all time.
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On average, bad things happen fast and good things happen slow.
do you ladss think our brains are reducible to the same deterministic physics that govern the rest of the world
What's some good desktop audio recording software? I want to rip a youtube livestream that replays after ~1 hour
>>2979 If you want to capture the raw stream you can use youtube-dl, but if CLI is not your thing then you can use Audacity: https://manual.audacityteam.org/man/tutorial_recording_computer_playback_on_windows.html
There's been a lot of horseplay lately, I think it's time for a more serious question. Would you ever suck a woman's toes?
>>2982 Yes, next question.
>>2983 Would you lick a fanny?
How are you lads going to spend this rather hot day? I'll be going out skating at the local park. I've had a couple of sessions over the last week, the first since breaking my ankle, and they've gone really well. I've obviously been being a lot more careful. I've noticed the only time I ever scuff anything is when I'm not planning ahead and just coasting, which is definitely what happened when I had my accident.
>>2984 Probably not, they're pretty grim. >>2985 Glad to hear your back at it lad. >How are you lads going to spend this rather hot day? Indoors. I was planning to sleep until the evening, but I was rudely awoken by a very loud wasp who'd made his way into my room uninvited. I sprayed the bastard, then when he calmed down a bit and was writhing in pain on the floor, I scooped him up into a cup and chucked him out the window. Shan't be having any trespassers in here.
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>there's a girl on the board
After deep consideration, I've decided to begin including kidney beans in my diet.
>>2988 >she hasn't posted titty pics yet
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>>2988 >she hasn't posted titty pics yet
forgive my doublepost, norf internet just isn't up to scratch
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The poos are having a really rough time with covid at the minute. LEND THEM YOUR SHIT
>>2979 Seconding Audacity, super simple interface too
Do you lads ever check up on old games you used to play? How are they doing?
Now then now then. I've not been here in quite some time. Lad says to me I need to come and post on britfeel again. I come here and you're still on the same thread from September with no proper OP image. Frankly, I feel you've wasted my time. How do you plan to make this right?
A lad at work's being investigated because he always takes his backpack into the home shopping pod, he thinks he's going to get the sack. Me, I regularly go in late and leave early and no one ever says anything. Come to think of it, the only time I've ever seen people get the sack (or in trouble at all) is when it's related to theft.
>>2997 >home shopping pod You what?
What's with these electric scooters the chavs are whizzing about on lately then. >>2998 It's just what they call the home shopping section.
I've just self-tested, and can reveal I do not have covid right now.
>>2964 your mum is responsible for the worst thing in the world you
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>all of our posters are out having sex except me
I'm not a huge fan of chocolate, I'm also not a huge fan of raisins, but I fucking love chocolate raisins.
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They've finally got a POI for the Delphi murders after 4 years lads. >quick rundown >2 girls, 13 and 14, brutally murdered on a secluded hiking trail >one of the girls recorded the murderer approaching them and telling them to go "down the hill" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imEe0v72_7Q) The POI >James Brian Chadwell, 42 >lives 15 minutes away from the murder scene >made his facebook private just after the murders >recently abducted a 9 year old girl, took her into his basement and tried to kill her, but was interrupted by police (the madman willingly let them in) >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epuqTmNe8X0 - compilation of his tiktok videos Now lads, comparing the voices from the videos above, and his mugshot to the sketches (from two separate witnesses; police have said bottom right is likely more accurate but that he could be a combination of the two, and could look much younger than he is), what do you think?
>>3000 Glad none of my orifices have been violated yet. Can't imagine having my nose or mouth raped just to earn a living, fortunately the taxpayer does that for me...
>>3004 They have all this evidence and it took them 4 years to find this cunt who lives 15 minutes away from the murder scene? It's a shame he didn't make some vaguely racist posts on facebook, they'd have caught him years ago.
>>3006 To be fair, the guy in the video could be 50% of guys his age in the midwest, and in the absence of strong DNA evidence, even with the footage, the strongest bet is an anonymous tip.
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Oh fuck lads my sides have been irreparably damaged looking at this page sorry for twitter https://twitter.com/NoContextFBUK
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>>3008 >>3009 >>3010 Mongs are a national treasure.
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>>2964 Why do imageboard users like to rip on Anglos so much? Is it butthurt over WWII? I'm an Amerifat with more Kraut ancestry than Anglo (unless maybe you want to include leprechaun in the mix), but the British have arguably been the most accomplished people of the past four centuries.
I've been watching the Japanese news for months now, and there seems to be an epedemic of messy-haired (anime style) hikkikomoris comitting crimes ranging from petty knicker theft to murder.
>>3013 is this it, is the beta uprising finally happening lads?
>>3013 Mind posting some examples, anon?
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>>3015 I don't remember any of the others' names, but this one was on there today. https://japantoday.com/category/crime/man-arrested-over-murder-of-ibaraki-couple-in-2019 There was one yesterday where he was even smiling at the camera in sinister anime villain style, and his hair was a lot messier than this guy's.
Israel is getting fucked, lads.
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We're getting old lads. Are you feeling it yet?
>>3018 It's not so much that I feel any different, but more that I notice things around me being different. Older people dying off, people I've long thought of as "little kids" being well into their adulthood, being unable to recognise certain areas of the town I grew up in, discovering the hard way that many of the things I thought were "universally understood references" are now completely unknown to anyone under 25; that sort of thing.
>>3019 >people I've long thought of as "little kids" being well into their adulthood Upvoting this. It's really weird seeing my big brother with grey hair.
>>3020 >Upvoting this.
How do you lads find new music? I only use youtube, and it seems like the algorithm has changed to favour keeping you confined to your specific areas of interest over recent years.
>>3022 Generally speaking, the only "new" music I listen to is old music I haven't heard before from genres that I already like, and youtube's pretty good for that. Other than that, I normally find things by listening to DJ mixes, digging through an artist or label's back catalogue on Discogs, or just happening across things by chance.
>>3017 >bomb media buildings, refugee camps, whatever the fuck they want, say it's because hamas are hiding there >no one ever does anything if this was some african shithole the UN mass bombing campaign to gut the leadership would already be underway. will we see an end to israel dabbing on the whole world in our lifetimes?
>>3022 Even though the recommendations are shit now I find those auto-generated youtube mixes aren't half-bad. I remember them being a lot worse than they are now with either having random unrelated songs tossed in or just the same few songs over and over again. Other than those, every now and then an anon posts something good on /wsg/, though most of the time it's the same old music in the same old webms that get reposted all the time. Thinking about it I used to download new music constantly, nowadays my library stays the same for years at a time. Stagnated like the rest of me.
>>3024 >will we see an end to israel dabbing on the whole world in our lifetimes? God willing.
I just put my dog in a rice cooker and left it on overnight and you wont BELIEVE what happened next!
>>3012 >I'm an Amerifat Egads! How uncouth.
You thought you would get freedom. Well you were wrong. The scary graphs are on the telly again and you WILL get injected.
>>3030 It's them versus my procrastination, I think it's obvious who's gonna win here.
Just found out Nigel Farage is on Cameo now doing happy birthday videos for £100 a pop. What a shameless whore of a man.
>>3032 Spotted the LIBERAL who can't handle Nige's BASED banter
>>3028 At least I can brag about having some Plymouth ancestry.
Just had a wank and I am not feeling too proud of myself if I am to be honest.
>>3034 Thats nothing. My great grandad was the Duke of Cumberland. Perhaps you're familiar with his sausages? Do they have Cumberland sausages in the colonies?
>>3036 >Thats nothing. For Americans it is. A huge percentage of us have completely post-colonial ancestry nowadays, and a good chunk of those that do seem inclined to play it down or try to make themselves seem more "ethnic" than they really are. For example, a lot of Ulster Scots descendants will go plastic paddy and try to play up their Irishness. It's bad enough when people of real Irish descent do it, and it's even worse when it involves those whose "Irish" ancestors were probably descended from people around the border of Scotland and England role-playing as jigging Hibernian papists. >My great grandad was the Duke of Cumberland. Was he part of the House of Hanover? >Perhaps you're familiar with his sausages? Do they have Cumberland sausages in the colonies? No, I don't know anything about that. We don't have Mr. Brain's Faggots either.
I'd like to hear your opinion on the rain as of late.
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>>3040 F for the nip GRRM
>>3040 Well shit. Rest in peace. I have procrastinated on it for over a decade, but I guess it's about time I finally read Berserk.
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>>3038 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. 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. Even religion isn't as much as a divider as it used to be. 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.
I've spent the last 2 hours reading about Japanese serial killers on Japanese wikipedia. I've decided this is the highest level of existence in the mortal realm.
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HE'S LIVE He deletes all of his streams as soon as they end due to youtube heat now, so get in here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ME-15NFN6f0
>>3034 >At least I can brag about having some Plymouth ancestry. 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. 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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>>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). That's pretty neat. All my ancestors fought for the North. I've been surrounded by Civil War stuff since I was a kid, and it rankles my autism that I have no Confederates among my family's Civil War ancestors. Hopefully the statue is still standing.
>>3045 >MUH CENSORSHIP >has patreon, paypal, subscribestar, and streamlabs links in the description
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.
I'm dead bored of retail lads, reckon I should just apply for loads of random jobs and see what happens?
>>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.
>>3050 Yes
>>3053 Do not disagree with me. >>3050 No.
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?
>>3050 I disagree with >>3054 Do it lad.
Can we get a new thread please threadslave? I remember someone mentioned having an op image ready last time but wasn't quick enough. We're nearing 1000, and the thread is falling below the other trash on the board due to bumplock.
>>3057 It would appear that the threadslave has forsaken us.
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 intereste