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Anonymous 03/28/2022 (Mon) 16:35:53 No.3945
Britfeel General #118 (Apparently) Conversation starters: > have you had any good poos lately? > TimmyUK dinner challenge > Queens Jubilee celebrations plans > Nominations for The Britfeel Award for the 'Longest Bennies Recipient'
>>3945 Forgot about the Jubilee actually. Nice extra long weekend with that. Shall be sitting around and doing nothing.
>>3945 Nice Op lad. Cant help but think the OP image would have worked better as a GIF though. Something to think about for next time.
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>>3950 pressed the wrong button, could have even done a webm if I wanted to but I dun goofed
>Nominations for The Britfeel Award for the 'Longest Bennies Recipient' What's the rules for nomination? I was getting EMA from Oct 2008 - Jun 2011 (plus free taxis to & from college for one year), ESA from Aug 2013 - Sept 2016, had a 3-month employment stint, then ESA again from Jan 2017 - present. So my longest period without breaks is my current run at 5 years and 2 months, but if you skip the 3-month employment gap then I've been on ESA/JSA for a total of 8 years and 3 months. I have a grand total of 10 years and 3 months receiving some form of bennies, and this has all been over the course of the past 13 years and 5 months.
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*swoops into the thread* HOO HOO
I went to a wedding on Friday. It was the first wedding I've been to in nearly 30 years of my life. I thought weddings were supposed to be sesible, formal events but everyone was getting pissed. By the end of the nights the toilets were covered in vomit and the majority of guests were incredibly drunk. I have no idea how, I bought myself a vodka and orange juice and it cost £7.90. I noticed that one of the bridesmaids was someone that I went to school with. Small world.
>>3952 My god, it's been 5 years since you had that factory job. It feels like it was only about 2 years ago.
>>3955 Yeah it's pretty mad. I was 24 when I had that job, now I'm 30 and I haven't done anything in particular since then.
>>3956 Do you feel any different now than you did back then?
>>3957 Just more dead inside and apathetic really. It's like my mind has become so thickly calloused that no sensation can penetrate it any more. Other than the few changes I made to my diet (which I've mostly kept up with), all the other self-improvement things I did leading up to that job went out the window shortly after I quit, and I've yet to make any real effort to get myself back on track; so my current state isn't really a surprise. I've got a walking-orientated holiday with my dad in Symonds Yat and Brecon Beacons lined up for June though, so I need to get back into going for regular walks lest I become an invalid after the first day. Went for a decent walk locally with him yesterday, so I'd be wise to use that as momentum.
>>3958 Do you have any ambitions to change from your current lifestyle? Sounds like that will be some sort of hike? Actually sounds nice. Make sure you break in your shoes before you go or you'll end up riddled with blisters.
>>3959 Also, get yourself a decent pair of socks.
>>3959 >Do you have any ambitions to change from your current lifestyle? No, and I think that's one of the main problems. When I started the self-improvement stuff, all my primary goals (overcoming anxiety, building social skills, learning to drive, getting a job, moving out, etc.) were basically all driven by me wanting to get a girlfriend and the things I'd need to do to get one, and that in itself was due to the erroneous (but deeply ingrained) belief that having a companion would "fix me". At some point along the line I not only stopped believing that a girlfriend would solve any of my problems, but I also began viewing it as an actively bad idea; and so the desire to keep working towards all those other goals has left me. >Make sure you break in your shoes before you go or you'll end up riddled with blisters. Yeah I will do, still need to get a decent pair actually. I've got one pair of walking shoes already from back when I was doing regular walks, but with those it's like playing an ice level in a video game as soon as the ground is even slightly wet.
>>3962 El hee hee
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I've been on a nostalgia trip on youtube. Did anyone ever watch this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTWto-vJRq4
>>3964 No, I hated seeing her horse face plastered all over the internet back then, and those videos were the epitome of "such a nerd XD" bollocks. Have some quality pre-youtube material I suddenly remembered about the other day instead: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMY9VlMIEJk
>>3964 Nope
I must say this new thread has me feeling invigorated about the board. The old thread was just a bit stale, this is fresh.
>>3965 I hadn't developed any sense of factionalism back then, 4chan vs reddit, me vs normies, or anything like that, and I didn't have any sense of my hobbies belonging to anyone. I just really enjoyed playing WoW and thought the series was good.
>>3954 From my experience, weddings are just very expensive piss ups.
Watched "The Thick of It" again. Truly a masterpiece of a show.
Someone insulted Radiohead in the last thread. Well, justify yourself. >contemplative >serious >somber >orchestral elements >melancholic >beautiful melodies >thought-provoking lyrics >fragile vocals that contribute to the wispy, contemplative feel >mongy, slightly otherworldly-looking singer contributes to the transcendent feel Go on. Justify yourself.
>>3971 Alright. >shit >no fun >depressing >gay instruments >suicide fuel >tranny melodies >pseudo-intellectual lyrics >awful vocals that contribute to the wispy, shit feel >mongy, slightly otherworldly-looking singer contributes to the revolting feel
>>3968 It was more "old niche internet vs new mainstream internet". Many people who previously had no interest in computers, gaming, etc. began posing as "nerds" and "geeks", and there were a lot of young'uns like yourself who didn't have a clue about what was happening and went along with their whole wave of bullshit because you didn't know better. Now I can't reminisce about the "good ol' days" of the web any more without always being bombarded with the same cancer that killed the internet I liked in the first place. Fuck bloggers, fuck Chuck Norris jokes, fuck Myspace, fuck emo kids, fuck scene kids, fuck Skype, fuck Facebook, fuck Twitter, fuck post-2006 YouTube, fuck Xbox Live, fuck CoD kiddies, fuck 7th gen consoles, fuck Mass Effect, fuck Bioshock, fuck DLC, fuck Comicon, fuck conventions in general, fuck Soulja Boy, fuck icanhascheezburger, fuck Rickrolling after 2007, fuck advice dog, fuck 2 girls 1 cup reaction videos, fuck Ray William Johnson, fuck Google Chrome, fuck roll threads, fuck dubs checking, fuck shitposting, fuck Boxxy, fuck Felicia Day, fuck Reddit, fuck meme templates, fuck meme generators, fuck ragecomics, fuck generic WordPress sites, fuck underageb& being several years late to 2007-2009 era /b/ material and regurgitating it non-stop for the next decade, fuck the revival of autotune, fuck iPhones, fuck smartphones, fuck "the cloud", fuck Spotify, fuck Dubstep, fuck Nyancat, fuck Rebecca Black, fuck Willow Smith, fuck Bronies, fuck Google+, fuck Minecraft Beta 1.8 Adventure Update, fuck ironic shitposting, fuck cryptocurrencies, fuck microtransactions, fuck Tumblr, fuck 9gag, fuck Kotaku, fuck the indie dev clique, fuck Dorito Pope, fuck Anita Sarkeesian, fuck Windows 8, fuck Kony 2012, fuck generic Bootstrap sites, fuck Gangnam Style, fuck SJWs, fuck Boiler Room, fuck making opting out of search engine filters impossible, fuck the NSA, fuck Twitch, fuck Pinterest, fuck Instagram, fuck Patreon, fuck The Fappening, fuck Five Nights at Freddy's, fuck moot, fuck nu-4chan, fuck Twitter again, fuck Snapchat, fuck dank memes, fuck vaporwave, fuck Caitlyn Jenner, fuck the Snoopers' Charter, fuck Windows 10, fuck Jim Watkins, fuck dramatubers, fuck Undertale, fuck "lofi hip hop radio - beats to relax/study to", fuck shitty overused wojak and pepe edits, fuck Discord, fuck profile pic activism, fuck big tech censorship, fuck deplatforming, fuck COPPA, fuck nu-/pol/, fuck Qboomers, fuck WebP, fuck China, fuck globohomo, fuck AI, and fuck NFTs. Fuck everything about the normalfag internet, fuck this post, and fuck RADIOHEAD.
I'll be closer to 30 than 20 next month lads...
>>3974 reminder that 25-30 flew by for me and 30-32 was like blinking.
>>3974 I'm turning 30 this year. Doesn't matter to be honest.
>>3974 I'm 30, and my top tip is to consider yourself 30 a year or two before you turn 30. Gets you to the acceptance stage much quicker.
>>3977 >>3976 >>3975 Feels like this year has disappeared, expect it is much the same for every year going forward, how do we slow down?
>>3978 Best you can do is keep providing yourself with new stimuli. A day spent outside of your usual routine feels a lot longer than a day spent doing the same old shit.
>>3973 That's quite the orgy you have there lad, probs a world record.
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https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2022/03/29/nolte-slapping-champion-says-will-smith-slaps-like-a-girl/ >Russian Slapping Champion Vasily Kamotskiy, a Siberian behemoth nicknamed “Dumpling,” has 170,000 Instagram followers and was not at all impressed with Will Smith’s attempt to slap the shit out of comedian Chris Rock during Sunday night’s basement-rated Oscar telecast. >“It was a weak blow,” Kamotskiy said, according to Russian media. “He didn’t put his body into it.” >“And he struck from top to bottom,” the champ added. “You need to strike from the bottom up, or at least from the side. In general, he hit like a girl. Just like they hit in all [American] movies.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPW3dUmyEjE
>>3981 Top kek. Thanks Lad, brightened my day.
It's snowing.
Snow's gone.
Do you lads have a bedtime routine? It's dawned on me I'm not making as good use of the conditioning functions these fleshy vessels we inhabit come installed with as I could be. I've devised a routine, and it will be something resembling the following: >phone on charge and out of reach at 9 >light blocking glasses on >put on a nasal strip >flux set to full dim >sniff the bag of lavendar on my bedside table >initiate deep breathing I'll post how I'm getting on in a couple of weeks. Thank you for reading my post.
>>3985 >read until book falls onto face in deep slumber
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Who /bossa nova on rainy days/ here?
>>3985 >flux set to full dim What is the flux on, if your phone is away and you're in bed?
>>3988 The laptop.
>>3985 >go to bed 4 hours before i need to be up >struggle to fall asleep for half an hour >start browsing the internet on my phone >nod off while doing so and drop phone on my face, waking me up and putting me back to square one >finally fall asleep 1 hour before i need to get up
Don't even realise how much time goes by when this is on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8FAnbz_BVA&ab_channel=SenGamin
im banned for a month on 4chan for comments made in brit/pol
>>3993 Out with it. What were saying and why did you think that was acceptable.
>>3985 >check my car is locked by tugging on the rear-driverside door handle 4 times >walk round my car, checking all the windows are properly closed. Tug a few more times on the rear passenger side door 4 times >shut back gate, observe that the lock is properly in place and then check it by tugging it towards myself 4 times >stand on the back yard step and make sure everything is in order >step inside and lock the kitchen door and then check it is closed by pulling the handle down 6 times, roughly 3 pulls per second >now check that the front door is locked using the same process as the back door >walk into the bathroom and check the windows are closed by pushing my hand on them 3 times each >quickly observe that all taps are off and the shower valve is in the correct position >return to the kitchen, check the back door the same way as before >observe that the kettle is off and no other appliances are switched on and the tap is off >take a good look at the oven, making sure it isn't turned on >check all the gas valves are in the correct position, observing them one by one, top to bottom twice >close the door behind me and check the bathroom the same way as earlier but this time being exceptionally careful (doesn't take too long) >check front door once more >set the thermostat to 18c >stand on my stairs and check everything is in order, no lights on and so >head to bed and sleep
>>3995 >that counted checks <pure autism Sound reasoning however, and such thoughtful thoroughness indicates a degree of maturity in the matter. I'd also urge you to add prayers to your listing, as >"Unless the LORD builds the house, those who build it labor in vain. Unless the LORD watches over the city, the watchman stays awake in vain." https://www.biblehub.com/psalms/127-1.htm Cheers mate.
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>>3995 If we were anywhere else I'd think you were taking the piss but I'm honestly not sure.
>>3987 I don't know what that means.
Anyone seen any films recently? Anything you would recomend/discourage? I watched Her. I expected a lot more. 4/10. I also watched Casino which I surprisingly enjoyed, despite normally disliking gangster films.
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>>3999 I haven't watched a film in ages. I've been watching this though, and I think the plot is really well-made.
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>when people say "Fuck organized religion." So are the disorganized ones meant to be alright?
I cannot stick to workout routines, I lift till I cannot lift any longer. Is this a bad idea?
>>4002 I dont understand the question.
>>3995 >back yard All that OCD and you let this blatant yankism slip through.
>>4005 There is a blatant difference between a back yard and a back garden. However, I'd be interested to hear what you call the concrete, outoor area of a house on a terraced estate. Even when I was a young child I've known it as a "yard".
>>4006 >However, I'd be interested to hear what you call the concrete, outoor area of a house on a terraced estate. "Dire".
>>4002 Listen to your body. If you're feeling a reduction in performance or that you're more injury-prone, then scale it back a bit, otherwise you should be fine.
>>4008 My issue seems to be patience/discipline. I enjoy lifting but I just pick an area a day such as quads and go until I'm shaking and sore, I can't seem to get myself into warm-ups, cool-downs or proper routines
>>4009 I was the same when I started out, at least with not warming up, but I soon learned my lesson after a few injuries. It's really good performance-wise as well because you're not only warming up the muscles but also the CNS, which contributes significantly to your output. Training legs 'til you can't walk is fun so I don't really blame you lad, just don't ignore any signals your body might be giving you over the longer-term.
>>4001 >So are the disorganized ones meant to be alright? Yes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=as7EJU-UVAM >lots of people drinking but no litter >no nignogs >no one getting too pissed and being a daft cunt >ywn be chilling to these vibes >ywn be a part of this comfy atmosphere
>>4013 Is there anything more useless than a DJ? It's on par with an orchestra conductor. Useless. He could have just pressed play and walked away, no need for all the button pressing and flappy arms.
>>4014 You're in for it mate. I'm not even going to bother. Look forward to waking up to your dressing down in the morning.
>>3999 I watched the Godfather somewhat recently. Was really good, there was something about it that you just don't get in modern films.
>>4014 >>4015 I'm not even mad, most DJs today are in fact shite. They play dull, generic music to equally dull, generic crowds, and are no better than a pre-determined playlist with automix enabled; in fact they're sometimes worse. Unless you know where to look, that's all the average person will ever see, so it's no surprise when they think DJs are glorified jukebox operators. That being said: a good DJ can take a party to another level if they're able to read and interact with a crowd, choose just the right tunes for just the right moments, and can direct the dancefloor in whatever direction they want to take it; blowing the metaphorical roof of the place when they decide it's time. You won't find that with wanker DJs who only play whatever's topping the beatport charts that week, spend their entire sets facing away from the crowd and staring down at their decks, and are basically there for no reason other than self-satisfaction. All you'll ever get with those types are people awkwardly standing/sitting around gormlessly holding on to their drinks and phones, a few obligatory "I'm too cool to dance but better bop up and down a bit to not look too out of place" movements, and a couple of poseurs being their usual twattish selves. They may as well have pressed play and walked away for all they bring to their "events"; it'd probably be an improvement.
>>4017 Can you show me an example of a good DJing performance?
>>4018 It's tricky because the best "performances" generally aren't caught on camera and put on youtube; if people are busy standing around recording the DJ (or if the event is some shitty hipster media project like boiler room), it usually means that nobody is dancing and the party is dead. However, one example of a top-notch DJ I can give probably won't be to anyone here's musical tastes (not even mine a lot of the time, although he occasionally brings out the oldschool funky 4x4 garage), but I consider DJ EZ to be one of the best in the world when it comes to crowd control (and he's one of the best in the world on a technical level too). He can capture just about any crowd whether it's a small dingy basement club or a massive festival stage, keep them locked right in his pocket for as long as he desires, then make the place explode exactly when he intends it to. And then he'll bring the energy right back down to near-silence -- without clearing a single person off the dancefloor -- and he'll do it all over again. You'll never hear EZ just aimlessly playing monotonous tune after monotonous tune, or see his audiences just standing there with their hands in their pockets not knowing what to do with themselves, because he's constantly working the crowd and keeping them captivated, keeping the energy ebbing and flowing. He's remixing tracks on the fly, he's sliding little snippits of familiar tunes in and out to tease them, he's playing the decks and the mixer like they're musical instruments. He's one of the only DJs I've seen who's managed to breath a little life into a boiler room crowd, and that should say it all. He puts most other DJs to shame, to the point where it's like they're not even in the same sport, nevermind the same league.
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Would you gadaffimaxx lads
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>>4021 RIP, suprised she lasted as long as she did.
>>4020 No, I wouldn't.
Look. Isn't it about time we gave up the facade? Let's be honest. I mean really. Think about it rationally. There's no two ways about it. The window is open. And if you don't look through it, it will look through you. Is that what you want? I didn't think so. So do what you need to do.
>>4020 Miss seeing this bloke on the telly.
>>4024 I hole-hardedly agree, but allow me to play doubles advocate here for a moment. For all intensive purposes I think you are wrong. In an age where false morals are a diamond dozen, true virtues are a blessing in the skies. We often put our false morality on a petal stool like a bunch of pre-Madonnas, but you all seem to be taking something very valuable for granite. So I ask of you to mustard up all the strength you can because it is a doggy dog world out there. Although there is some merit to what you are saying it seems like you have a huge ship on your shoulder. In your argument you seem to throw everything in but the kids Nsync, and even though you are having a feel day with this I am here to bring you back into reality. I have a sick sense when it comes to these types of things. It is almost spooky, because I cannot turn a blonde eye to these glaring flaws in your rhetoric. I have zero taller ants when it comes to people spouting out hate in the name of moral righteousness. You just need to remember what comes around is all around, and when supply and command fails you will be the first to go. Make my words, when you get down to brass stacks it doesn't take rocket appliances to get two birds stoned at once. It's clear who makes the pants in this relationship, and sometimes you just have to swallow your prize and accept the facts. You might have to come to this conclusion through denial and error but I swear on my mother's mating name that when you put the petal to the medal you will pass with flying carpets like it’s a peach of cake.
>>4026 You ... I've seen you...Let me see your face... You are the one from my dreams... Then the stars were right, and this is the day. Gods give me strength. Assassins attacked my sons, and I'm next. My Blades are leading me out of the city along a secret escape route. By chance, the entrance to that escape route leads through this thread. Perhaps the Gods have placed you here so that we may meet. As for what you have done... it does not matter. That is not what you will be remembered for.
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What phenotype is this?
>>4028 Big gay.
>>4028 Albanian
What are some key signs someone is an insufferable turd? I'll start with an easy one: >doesn't have a phone / has an ancient "dumb" phone because "i don't need anything more"
>>4031 Biggest one has to be making shite bait posts on an obscure anonymous imageboard to an audience of 4 people.
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Do you reckon smuggling drugs in your bum is dangerous? I was thinking, what if the package splits, then it's going to be absorbed in the intestine isn't it? And any amount worth smuggling will be enough to OD on. Thoughts?
>>4034 Depends on what drugs you're thinking of smuggling and how good the condom or balloon you use is
>>4035 I'm thinking speed. If you smuggled a gram of speed in your arse and it split, you'd be dead for sure. Do you have any tips for a would-be bum smuggler?
>>4036 I don't know lad, I think it'd be horrific all of a sudden, you'll probably get sick. Probably chest pains, diarrhoea, not death. Tie a double knot in a condom maybe 2 layers if your bumhole can handle it lad
Bring three for the tiller man Eight for the son Nine for the woman who made Lorraine come Seagulls sing you're far away 'Cause while the singers sing, the children play Oh Lord, how they play and play For that happy day, for that happy day
I've just ordered some mastic gum and started mewing. It's happening.
I'm currently translating an interview with a famous mangaka in the BL genre. I can post it when I'm done if anyone's interested.
>>4040 Post it lad
>>4040 Shall be reading that, cheers lad.
Would any of you lads mind sharing your personal experience with anti depressants?
>>4043 I have tried many of them, they vary heavily. Which one were you thinking about trying?
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You lads got any short horror stories to recommend? Or ones you've created?
>>4043 Was on sertraline for a couple years. Helped me get back on track when I was at a low point, which subsequently allowed me to sort out some of the underlying issues and get off them. Worked well for me but it seems to be wildly different for different people
I've just tried natto for the first time. What the fuck is wrong with these people?
>>4047 what is it, japanese porridge or something?
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>>4048 Fermented soybeans.
Are you meant to shampoo and condition your pubes?
>>4049 thanks i hate it
>>4050 I don't think so lad
Had a shower and went for an hour long walk earlier, it's been a while.
>>4053 I've started enjoying the feeling of being showered a lot more lately. I've gone up from one a week to two. Do you have nice places to go walking lad?
>>4054 I just walk from my house to wherever, mostly around houses and along roads but there's a few parks and stuff here and there. My area is on a hill which faces another hill that's heavily wooded, so there's always a nice view in one particular direction wherever you go.
Fell into some sinking sand yesterday evening and forgot all my training instantly. What if that is how I ultimately perish?
>>4056 We all have our time!
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Greetings from Deutschland my British friend. Always wanted to visit London!
>>4058 London's shite, come visit Britain instead.
>>4058 come visit three cocks in breconshire, it's a right laugh haha
>>4049 ain't that what those funny hat fellas make into hoisin, foreign muck
>>4058 Save yoursen the bother. London is shite.
>>4044 >>4046 Not sure specifically. I don't know what doctors perscribe these days. I know this sounds silly, but how do I actually go about seeing a doctor? How do I know what kind of doctor to visit? Am I supposed to sign up with the NHS or something? I haven't been to a docctor since I was a child. >>4045 I wasnt the OP of this post, but I was hoping I'd see some replies. I was looking forward to having a few short horror stories to read.
>>4047 How was it? I've always wanted to try that.
I'm now going to watch the entire directors cut for The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Haven't watched these in at least 15 years. I also wasn't even aware there was a directors cut. It has added a huge amount of additional footage. Here's the run times for each. The Fellowship of the Ring- 2 hours 25 The Two Towers - 3 hours 35 The Return of the King - A whopping 4 hours
>>4063 You might (almost definitely will since the doctors I've been seeing for years have said there are no spaces for non-urgent cases) need to self-refer to secondary mental health rather than through your gp, can find these sites online typing in your local area typically. I can dig up some of my old favourite horror stories also
>>4065 I always skip The Two Towers except the helms deep bit
>>4045 >>4063 Published short horror stories that I recommend: John Connolly - nocturnes (1 and 2) Bentley Little- Walking Alone Stephen King- Just After Sunset & Full Dark, No Stars M.J Pack- Certain Dark Things Joe Hill- 20th Century Ghosts & Strange Weather Strange Weather is a lot of fun to read, here's the synopsis: "On a seemingly ordinary day in Boulder, Colorado, the clouds open up in a downpour of nails—splinters of bright crystal that shred the skin of anyone not safely under cover. Rain explores this escalating apocalyptic event, as the deluge of nails spreads out across the country and around the world."
Strange letters keep showing up to my Mum's house addressed to me, however, I haven't lived there in 3 years. I am recieving 1 letter every 2 weeks with the same return address. I can't imagine what it could be, I've been thinking about it non stop for weeks now. I've changed my address with my bank, electoral register, drivers licence. I have no outstanding debts or payments with anyone. I thought for a moment it might be vaccine reminders but I remember what return address they use. Fortunately the vaccine letter also had a copy addressed to my mum so it was safe to open.
>>4070 So what are you doing about it? Are you gonna go get the letters / have your mum send them to you?
>>4070 My dad still occasionally gets letters sent here and he hasn't lived here since 1999.
>>4071 No, I just can't open letters if I don't know where they came from. I wouldn't dream of opening these.
Good evening lads. Here are all of the completed English translations of the Japanese AV interviews I've transcribed. https://ufile.io/f/q9r82 >Dr. Oto - Boys' Love mangaka >Yoshiyuki Yumi - ex-AV actress and Pink Film director >Ms. Tsugumi - AV actress >Mr. Hirota - worked for various video ethics organisations (the ones responsible for the mosaics)
>>4074 Good stuff lad, thanks for uploading. Can't say I expected the fujoshi interviewer to suddenly start going on about the UK's "feminist ideals" and "gender equality".
>>4075 She seems to be in academia, and I got the impression she'd held a post at a UK uni at some point. I think they have a tendency to see whatever the gaijin are doing as edgy and cool, while viewing their own relatively traditional society as boring and dweeby. Many such cases!
frosty jacks for tea
>>4073 Have you looked up the return address?
>>4078 Looks like there's fuck all on amazon, problem with things like that is that they break easy and rarely last long. Maybe avoid stores you've never heard of, they almost always use the cheapest parts possible
Anon. There's still one thing I can do.
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Now there's a blast from the past.
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>>4082 I didn't know these existed. That said, step aside. Can't believe how shit the new packets look.
Who /universal determinism of cause and effect/ here?
>>4084 You mean like Devs?
Speaking of crisps, can anyone recomend some good salt and vinegar crisps? I dont want any pussy walkers crisps. I really want it to sting when I eat it, I want overwhelming vinegar, I want it to hurt. McCoys are quite good, but they unfortunately have that starchy, stodgy texture. I'd like something similar to Kettle Chips but stronger.
>>4082 Blue tongue monster munch
>>4083 I rememeber a big deal about the current designs coming in because they were nostalgic to the people who ate them in the 80's or whatever. I thought they looked shit when they first brought the desing back, and I still do now. The shiny packets are great. Miss the cheesy ones to be honest.
>>4073 >I just can't open letters if I don't know where they came from why not lad
>>4089 Someone might have planted a bomb in it.
Post one way you're going to make today count.
>>4091 I backed up some files.
>>4090 >Someone might have planted a bomb in it. Surely it would have been for a good reason though? >>4091 >Post one way you're going to make today count. I'm finally going to make that important post I've put off making all along (since yesterday), and I'm going to get back to work writing some code improvements.
>>4089 Irrational fears
Have you lads heard about the global whibblescromps supply chain issues caused by the Ukraine conflict? Where do you think it's all going?
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Leave Britain's future to me lad.
>>4096 keir starmer the booty harmer
Why do we still have bank holidays? It is the dumbest shit
>>4098 Don't you want a day off lad?
>>4098 >trying to ring loads of dentists >wonder why no one's answering and realise Unacceptable.
>>4099 No it makes the next day twice as hard because we have to complete double the work
>moaning about days off work
Today is going to be a good day.
>>4103 Today was a good day.
Is gymlad still here?
>>4091 jerked off to Blacked porn, regular interracial porn and christian interracial porn.
>>4105 Yes. Hello.
>>4107 Is it possible to have much success with 3 day week routines?
>>4108 Yes, there's no reason you can't make really good progress. I would do either a PPL split or even full body workouts to ensure you're getting enough volume in.
>>4109 Will you make half the progress of a 6 day PPL routine or is that bioscience? Also, nice weather today, lads.
>>4111 I can't put a number on it and there are a lot of variables. Speaking very generally you probably won't progress as rapidly on 3 day full body, but on the other hand, if you enjoy training hard, you can impede recovery or injure yourself more easily on 6 days a week. That's just based on my experience though.
>>4112 What's your thoughts on ICF? Seems well regarded as a 3 day routine, but I don't trust the mental stability of the man who made it.
Have only gone and gotten myself banned from 4chan for 30 days.
>>4058 Mein bruder come to london and meet me in saint katherines docks for a cheeky pint and a half
Would you eat a pea-sized nugget of your own poo for £5000?
>>4116 No. £500,000 and I'll think about it.
>>4116 >>4117 £50k then yes
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Bit late but Rest In Peace Dennis Waterman (From "The Sweeney" and "Minder") A legend has passed and the world is a darker place without him.
>>4116 I'd slurp a cup of my own fermented shit for just 10p
Would you rather let a man have explosive diarrhea over your face with your mouth wide open or slap your mum across the face?
>>4121 Option B, what's with all these fecal questions lad?
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McDonald's worker who 'put smiles on everybody's faces' leaves Grimsby Road branch after 28 years >Andrew Bellamy, 55, worked at the branch since its opening in 1993 >A Cleethorpes man who spent an incredible 28 years working at McDonald's on Grimsby Road has hung up his hat for the last time. >"I did seven years at the Grimsby Road branch of McDonald's to start with and then I went to Cleethorpes for 18 months and then I came back, and I've been there ever since. But now [me and my family] are moving down to Malvern next Tuesday. That's where my brother and his wife live, just outside of Malvern. I'll have to see what else is down there, it'll be nice if I could work in another McDonald's but I'll have to see." >"I started in the kitchen and my job was to sweep the floor up, wipe the tables, empty the bins and help to take the food out. I'm going to miss working there. I'm going to miss everything - the management, the customers, the crew, and just the job as a whole." >Mark Chapman from McDonald's on Grimsby Road said: "It was an absolute pleasure to work with Andrew for all those years. He most certainly put a smile on everybody’s faces and we will miss him so much." https://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/news/grimsby-news/mcdonalds-worker-who-put-smiles-7042404
>>4122 Wow, you would slap your mum? Very disrespectful.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
>>4125 Sitting here at my computer with /britfeel/ open in a browser tab.
>>4125 what kind of stupid fucking question is that you absolute cunt? what am i, nostradamus?
>>4127 You're reading comprehension could use some work.
>>4123 Hmm he must have an extra source of income to afford an early retirement. Dark web coke dealer perhaps?
>>4125 Probably exact same position as I am now except with more family and less money
Any good articles/academic essays on working conditions in coal mines during the victorian/industrial revolution era? Child labor,working 12-16 hours a day etc. I want to apply those working conditions to my dumbell workout to become a true Man
>>4123 >Andrew's mum, Elizabeth Bellamy, added: "My late husband and I were always so happy that we've been able to support him there for so long, and he's had nothing but kindness. He's been treated so well and so kindly and I appreciate that so much. >"I've always been so proud of Andrew and I'm so grateful that he found a job that suited him so well with such understanding management. They've made him so happy. They gave him a whiskey glass which said 'the place will never be the same without you'. I'm so grateful to McDonald's and the staff there." His mum's comments suggest he has some sort of profound learning disability, though the article doesn't go as far as to outwardly state it. Honestly they ought to have. An average man working at McDonalds for nearly 30 years is pathetic, but if he's a tard it's admirable.
>>4131 All I've got for you is this video I watched a year or so ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-J5H7UOotQ >Miners | Life down the Pit | Good Afternoon |1973 >Life down the pits - Hard work, poverty and danger were to be expected if you had a life down the pits. For many Miners your working life started at 14 years of age when you left school . Respected journalist Mary Parkinson speaks to 2 retired miners and the wife of a miner about the how they eked out a living on a day to day basis. First transmitted 17/10/1973
(im from Brazil) Can someone tell me how in the fuck margaret tatcher ISNT a national hero/folk saint,given she waged and won a war against a catholic republican(argentina)in favour of the Anglican Monarchy?
>>4132 Just sounds like a Mum.
>>4134 she closed the mines and crippled a lot of the North whose entire industry and most jobs were based around it.
Do you know where Hell is? Hell is in the Falls. Heaven is in Shankill, And we'll guard our Derry's walls!
>>4134 Our Maggy is a hero mate, just ignore the northern scum and you'll be fine.
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>>4134 Milk snatcher mate
When I was in year 4, I had a teacher would round up all the used milk bottles and decant them into a single bottle that he would drink. Its quite disgusting. They were probably 10% saliva.
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You Can't Go On Site Without Hi-Viz | Leave Now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbSQ4n03Azk
>>4141 that's vile. I think 10% is an understatement.
I fundamentally believe that all this "hot weather" rubbish is a sick joke. The temperature should never reach more than 12 degrees centigrade or 55 degrees farenheit. That is it. Not a degree more or there will be hell to pay.
>>4144 >or there will be hell to pay Quite literally lad.
Am a Mosleym. That is to say, I am a religious follower of Oswald Mosley. Mosleyism 4 da UK
Moslym lives matter
Have you noticed any difference to your hairline/colour over the past 5 years?
>>4148 Yeah my hairline's shite, no signs of grey yet though.
>>4148 It's slightly receded. My dad's did the same and stopped there though so I'm not too fussed, and even if it continued I'd just go bald anyway. I have two greys in my beard. What about you, fellow poster?

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