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>> No. 57862 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 9:41 pm
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Thats wot she said, m6.

But seriously lads, i have got a fucking massive entity.
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>> No. 57863 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 10:54 pm
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That's not what I heard, m56.
>> No. 57864 Anonymous
19th April 2017
Wednesday 8:38 pm
57864 what is this I don't even
m6 = mix
m7 = meven
m8 = meight (mate)
m80 = matey
m9 = mine
m10 = men
>> No. 57865 Paedofag
19th April 2017
Wednesday 8:46 pm
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>> No. 57866 Anonymous
19th April 2017
Wednesday 10:48 pm
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>> No. 57867 Anonymous
19th April 2017
Wednesday 11:28 pm
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Seriously m1 it was like 15MB. Brian positively choked on it.


>> No. 25875 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 3:14 am
/g/25875 Predictions
This BBC documentary from 1994 predicted that everybody would be on the Internet in the future.

What predictions have you lads made whether they turned out true or false.

What predictions do you have for the future, ten years time, a hundred years time, may be even longer?

What predictions from films have come true and which predictions turned out to be utter bullocks?

Also did any of you lads experience the Internet or BBSs in the 80's or 90's?
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>> No. 25877 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 5:51 pm
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I predicted about six weeks before the EU referendum that May would be the next leader of the Tories after seeing a very cagey and vague interview she did with the Beeb. I posted about it in the relevant thread on here somewhere, but have yet to receive my one million Swiss francs reward.

Also Deus Ex famously lacks the twin towers from the New York skyline.
>> No. 25878 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 6:50 pm
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Not a prediction but when I was about 7 (which would be 1987) I had a dream I had a handheld "bus radar" which had a street map and showed where all the buses were moving about on it. It still kind of blows my mind that now there are apps for exactly that.
>> No. 25879 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 8:41 pm
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I predict that within at least ten years, we'll be wearing in ear translators and the teaching of foreign languages will be entirely obsolete or just a hobby
>> No. 25880 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 8:45 pm
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If anyone is interested you can view Usenet posts from 30 years ago as they would have appeared back then at .
>> No. 25881 Anonymous
19th April 2017
Wednesday 12:39 am
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Actually, this is one of the few industries likely to survive 20+ years.


>> No. 12524 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 1:48 pm
/news/12524 Tukey Votes to Establish Presidial System

>What's in the new constitution?

> The president will have a five-year tenure, for a maximum of two terms
> The president will be able to directly appoint top public officials, including ministers and one or several vice-presidents
> The job of prime minister will be scrapped
> The president will have power to intervene in the judiciary, which Mr Erdogan has accused of being influenced by Fethullah Gulen, the Pennsylvania-based preacher he blames for the failed coup in July
> The president will decide whether or not impose a state of emergency
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>> No. 12537 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 2:38 pm
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It is surely beyond doubt that they are. There are four Commissions, and the fact that they are supposedly independent doesn't matter. Like many other "independent" bodies, their terms of reference are set by the government, and just like the NHS Pay Review Body, the government have supplied terms favourable to themselves.
>> No. 12538 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 2:46 pm
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But would you rather be beyond Breitbart?
>> No. 12539 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 2:47 pm
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That, and I am not sure that these commissions will ever be truly "independent". It starts with the question of who gets to pick the members of such a commission. And people who will then end up serving as part of a political commission like that, if they are seasoned political experts, will themselves have had some sort of personal political history, and they will have, or have had some manner of ties to a political party. And thus, they will never be able to make truly independent decisions. It's all smoke and mirrors.
>> No. 12540 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 3:12 pm
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This isn't the US. Violations of electoral law and funding rules are rarely punished there because the FEC has three reds and three blues and they end up deadlocked every time.

We're great respecters of the rule of law in this country. Even party loyalists can be persuaded to do the right thing. The best way of locking that down over here is to lay down terms of reference that prevent it. It didn't matter how much the PRB members love the NHS, their terms of reference effectively amount to "justify 1%". It doesn't matter if the members of the Boundary Commissions can see that basing their constituencies on the rolls rather than the census is unfair, their terms of reference are to use the rolls and they'll do as they're told or risk exceeding their remit (and never working in such a position again).
>> No. 12541 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 6:21 pm
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I'd rather pretend neither existed frankly. I've no time for echo chambers whether left or right, they're hugboxes for people too emotionally fragile to read a paragraph of anything they disagree with.


>> No. 57795 Anonymous
12th March 2017
Sunday 1:09 am
/iq/57795 now then now then
remember you're a womble
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>> No. 57816 R4GE
19th March 2017
Sunday 4:12 pm
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>> No. 57819 Ambulancelad
20th March 2017
Monday 6:51 am
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Now then now then now then
>> No. 57825 Crabkiller
26th March 2017
Sunday 12:25 am
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Once this song is stuck in your head, does it ever leave?
>> No. 57827 Ambulancelad
26th March 2017
Sunday 11:56 pm
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>> No. 57861 YubYub
17th April 2017
Monday 9:24 pm
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>> No. 11257 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 12:55 am
/job/11257 Detective
How can I become a Private I? I want to become a private investigator. I want to rent out an office in a bad part of town, and try to solve a major case, pick up a very bad drinking and smoking habit, and then get murdered right after I solve the case.

I suppose the rest of the things I want to happen will be difficult to arrange, but first things first, how do I become a PI?
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>> No. 11258 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 2:51 am
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>> No. 11259 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 1:58 pm
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99% of your job will be proving that someone's wife/husband is cheating when the client already knows deep down. The other 1% will likely be even less interesting.
>> No. 11260 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 9:06 pm
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Maybe I will get a client who needs me to help her in faking her own death. Then maybe her husband kills me when he finds me pissing in her arse.


>> No. 409675 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 12:38 pm
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I've noticed that on .gs we occasionally get a teenager wander in at well past midnight to yell about Marxist bogeymen for some reason. It doesn't seem confined to us either but lately everywhere seems to get them.

The natives will occasionally respond, perhaps to point out some factual inaccuracy (as is the internet's way) but the only reply they receive is some semi-coherent and infuriating reply like "aww didums". What's all that about and how do we put a stop it?
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>> No. 409679 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 3:09 pm
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We definitely need more bans for people who disagree with the party line. Curse those teenlads for disrupting this cosy leftist hugbox.
>> No. 409680 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 4:13 pm
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The shit grammar and the stupid fucking meme-speak is more piss-boiling than the brain dead politics, you dopey 4channer.
>> No. 409681 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 4:53 pm
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It is getting a bit boring, tbh.
>> No. 409682 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 5:07 pm
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The .gs socialists are mostly old cunts, OP. Today's teenager is not exposed to good old-fashioned politics.

Your youth is showing, OP. Only twenty-one year olds whinge about teenlads.
>> No. 409683 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 5:30 pm
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It'd be fine if it wasn't for what >>409680 brought up. We've had people voice different opinions before but when it's poorly put together with spelling errors, meme-speak, terrible punctuation and filter dodging then it becomes hard to ignore that kind of stupidity.


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>> No. 64250 Anonymous
15th July 2015
Wednesday 6:46 pm
/pol/64250 US elections 2016
This man is going to be the next President of the US and it's going to be fucking awesome.
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>> No. 82055 Anonymous
10th April 2017
Monday 9:17 am
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Tangentially (or not) related.
>> No. 82056 Anonymous
10th April 2017
Monday 12:00 pm
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Whatever keeps the Syrian civil war going I support.
>> No. 82058 Anonymous
10th April 2017
Monday 1:33 pm
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Shouldn't you be confined to /zoo/, Ares?
>> No. 82059 Anonymous
10th April 2017
Monday 6:06 pm
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So are we saying we want to bring interventionism back?

You'll have to add it to the list, I'm afraid, we have to go through Lennon shades and ponchos first.
>> No. 82093 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 1:30 am
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so let me get this straight

Saudi sponsored islamofascists, in possession of chemical weapons, accuse assad of a chemical weapon attack on civilians. It is in their interest to topple assad using any means possible

Assad, who has nothing to gain and everything to lose from using chemical weapons apparently did so... because the trustworthy ISIS guys who have nothing to gain from shit-smearing him said so?

Remember the good old days of WMD's? At least their lies were better put together, this shit is insulting

but still we have some dead babies to cry about or something


>> No. 80999 Anonymous
11th December 2016
Sunday 9:10 pm
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Is the alt-right really racist?

I have been along these political lines for 10+ years and I am British born Male (one side Black Jamaican the other side Black Zimbabweans who fled after losing Rhodesian Bush War).

Why does Wikipedia think I'm a self loathing race traitor representing white nationalism? Not one of the popular alt right speakers have ever supported nationalism, socialism, any form of government control.

I strongly feel the established political parties, divisive media organisations and tin hat time, the anti Christian secret societies are on some kind of crusade against people that want smaller government, manageable immigration and less corporate involvement in politics and are being scapegoated as some kind of Nazi party (which is exactly what we are against, big government socialism).

To illustrate what I'm talking about, Wikipedia says; The alt-right has no formal ideology, although various sources have stated that white nationalism is fundamental. It has also been associated with white supremacism. Islamophobia, antifeminism, homophobia, antisemitism, ethno-nationalism, right-wing populism, nativism, traditionalism, and the neoreactionary movement.

Is that just wikipedia fuckery?
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>> No. 81321 Anonymous
26th December 2016
Monday 5:29 pm
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Golly, you're boring. Why do you even bother? All your posts are essentially, "nuh-uh, you're mental".

Just why would you?
>> No. 81322 Anonymous
26th December 2016
Monday 11:16 pm
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Maybe if you weren't so mental it wouldn't need to be said.
>> No. 81323 Anonymous
27th December 2016
Tuesday 11:20 am
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I'm another lad (I haven't said anything yet that you've dismissed offhand as mental without reason) but I can see you're an irritating cunt.
>> No. 81324 Anonymous
27th December 2016
Tuesday 11:47 am
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>I'm another lad
As am I. Something something anonymous imageboard.
>> No. 82089 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 1:18 am
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anything more right wing than john major is flagged as a Nazi by the comintards

(A good day to you Sir!)


>> No. 81888 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 2:27 am
/pol/81888 Nationalism Rising
Ireland said no to the foreigners
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>> No. 81889 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 2:37 am
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Not all foreigners. Just them across the water.
>> No. 81891 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 3:07 am
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Bastards broke ARE BEEB's ticker.
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5th March 2017
Sunday 4:05 am
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>> No. 81938 Anonymous
18th March 2017
Saturday 5:13 pm
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Facin Brits.
>> No. 82088 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 1:16 am
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The bogboyos are owned by marxoid social terrorists like the rest of us.


>> No. 82000 Anonymous
5th April 2017
Wednesday 8:57 pm
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How does it feel now,
The Union will defend us to the last person and the best you can hope for is a Norway model, with the free movement but no representation at the Union HQ.
Expect us and learn how to love people, closet xenophobes (at least half of the country)
It's sad that I am leaving soon to CN, I love such a drama you've brought on yourself. Thank you so much (seriously)
I know it's embarrassing, but really, you are not that important anymore in the world.
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>> No. 82011 Anonymous
6th April 2017
Thursday 11:15 am
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Who the fuck are you supposed to be?
>> No. 82014 Anonymous
6th April 2017
Thursday 6:00 pm
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Just a foreign lad
>> No. 82062 Anonymous
13th April 2017
Thursday 9:53 am
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good fuck off
>> No. 82066 Anonymous
13th April 2017
Thursday 6:03 pm
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Wednesday 11:40 pm 82008 spacer

>I know it's embarrassing, but really, you are not that important anymore in the world.

Lad, you're embarrassing.
>> No. 82086 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 1:10 am
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an obnoxious marxoid drone I suppose?


>> No. 24440 Anonymous
12th March 2017
Sunday 4:41 pm
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I can't ever stop thinking.

I can't cut loose, ever. It doesn't matter how much I drink -- though the overthinking prevents me from drinking too much most of the time.

I can never enjoy a night out (even if I enjoy the music, which is rare) because I'm just constantly going over stuff in my head, usually thinking how much of a cunt I must look.

I just want to be able to just forget about how I'm getting home, or over conversations I've had months ago, or if I'm acting right for the situation, or if I've just said or done the wrong thing, or what I'm going to do tomorrow and extensively planning it, but I can't, ever. People always say to me "you always overthink everything, just be yourself and cut loose"; I can't though.

I don't dance because of a crushing anxiety that I'll look like a cunt.

I've reached out for help with anxiety and heard nothing from the NHS for months and had appointments with my job counsellor (who isn't very useful anyway) cancelled repeatedly.

What the fuck can I do? A lobotomy is looking good right now.
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>> No. 24782 Anonymous
13th April 2017
Thursday 3:37 pm
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I tend to be a lot like OP. I can feel very timid and inhibited when I am out with friends, to the point that I carefully ponder even the smallest joke or slightest witty remark in my head long before I find the courage to say it out loud. And then I very carefully observe what other people thought of my remark. And then I worry if they really mean it when they say "Oh, that's really funny". And so on. I also often don't find the courage to just have casual conversation with people, let alone strangers, and talking to girls on a night out has also historically always been a nightmare for me.

It's really easier said than done, but OP needs to learn to dial down his constant worrying and thinking about this, that, and the other. Perhaps a way to start is to take a more everyday situation with little or no consequences either way, and then when the worries come on, just think "ok, I am not going to think about all that now. I am going to block out those thoughts at this moment". And once you've managed to do that in insignificant everyday situations that can't harm you, maybe that will give you the confidence to try that approach when you are among people, or even when you want to go on a dance floor.

Cognitive behavioural therapy tends to be hugely overrated these days, but it is right about one thing, and that is that virtually every behaviour of a person starts in their head as a thought or a thought process, however involuntary. And if you manage to disrupt thought processes that lead to behaviours which frustrate you about yourself, then that is the first key to changing them.

If you watched "The Brain with David Eagleman" on BBC Four a while ago, one thing that struck me was the way that brains learn, including learned behaviours. What happens is that "software" (i.e. your thoughts) gradually becomes "hardware", meaning it turns into robust and fixed connections between brain cells. The more you think certain things, the more hardwired they become in your brain. Which goes some way explaining why persistent behaviours are often so hard to change. But it also gives you the key as to how you might start tackling your anxiety problems.
>> No. 24786 Anonymous
14th April 2017
Friday 5:43 pm
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>> No. 24787 Anonymous
16th April 2017
Sunday 8:30 pm
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>> No. 24788 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 12:15 am
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Tried it boss. Doesn't do an awful lot for me (the mild paranoia doesn't help) but thanks for the suggestion.
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17th April 2017
Monday 12:19 am
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It didn't help me greatly too, but I feel it did slow down my thoughts. But they were still there. I have similar issues too, so I'm following some of the advice on this thread. I don't have an off switch.


>> No. 25869 Anonymous
15th April 2017
Saturday 4:07 am
/g/25869 Portable hard drive
Best way to recover data from a portable hard drive that was infuriatingly unplugged mid transit by some fucking half wit?

Please tell me there's a way. PLEASE.
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>> No. 25870 Anonymous
15th April 2017
Saturday 4:30 am
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Details, lad. What happened, what were you doing, and what fucking half-witted shit did you pull? What model, what filesystem, and what OS was on the machine it was plugged into?
>> No. 25871 Anonymous
15th April 2017
Saturday 9:40 am
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Why isn't there some sort of protection against simple things like this?
>> No. 25872 Anonymous
15th April 2017
Saturday 12:39 pm
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I was video editing on an mac, some video put her bag on the USB on the USB cable.
>> No. 25873 Anonymous
15th April 2017
Saturday 5:27 pm
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I don't think it's possible to protect yourself against all the possible ways you can be an idiot, such as using a removable hard drive in circumstances where someone could put a bag on it.

Sorry mate, you'll just have to buy a new Mac.
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15th April 2017
Saturday 7:52 pm
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>> No. 5705 Anonymous
14th April 2017
Friday 9:52 pm
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Anyone recommend some breathable smart shoes?

It's so my feet don't end up in a sweaty mess at day's end.
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>> No. 5706 Anonymous
14th April 2017
Friday 9:59 pm
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Anything with full-grain leather inside and out.
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14th April 2017
Friday 10:03 pm
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Unlined suede shoes are naturally breathable. Geox make leather dress shoes with perforated rubber soles. Either way, check the weather forecast, because you're shagged if it rains.


>> No. 5883 Anonymous
6th April 2011
Wednesday 5:52 pm
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Why do a lot of people seem to rave about Nando's?

My friends think I'm a freak because I very rarely eat Subway or Nando's; as far I can tell it's just, not especially good quality, grilled chicken that has been marinated in peri-peri sauce. Am I missing something here?
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>> No. 12220 Anonymous
4th February 2017
Saturday 1:57 am
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And a bit soggy bab.
>> No. 12298 Anonymous
13th April 2017
Thursday 4:20 pm
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I had a burger from 'Spoons today and it seems they've jumped on the chip spice bandwagon. However, their 'special seasoning' tastes like your chips have had the dust and crumbs from a packet of Skips chucked on them.

Standard 'Spoons service, though. One order wrong and for the five bean chilli they could have at least stirred it so it wasn't so blatantly obvious it was microwaved.
>> No. 12299 Anonymous
13th April 2017
Thursday 6:02 pm
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It's the same stuff they season steaks with and was a staff secret long before it came on the menu.

Get a side of sour cream and some raw onions, they go great with the chips.

The five bean chilli is indeed microwaved and so is the rice. It all comes in flash frozen from the main warehouse. How did you think its cooked?
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13th April 2017
Thursday 6:08 pm
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>How did you think its cooked?

Microwaved. Hence me saying standard 'Spoons service.
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14th April 2017
Friday 8:58 pm
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In that case, I don't know why you've got the hump that they didn't disguise it.


>> No. 21963 Anonymous
13th October 2016
Thursday 6:27 pm
/e/21963 Murders
Recreating various crisis outside situations or not results in invisibility and speed,altering you and reality,personally affecting reality,your mind returning to the past(time travel).People who are acidic,nervous,shitty and others are being assalted,bleeding and puking acid.They're hungrily pulling and grabbing peoples sleeping genitals,thirstily turning peoples places into a hotel/outhouse and anally attacking colon cleansed people .Surrounded by the future,the past and nightlights,barking dogs,abductions,disappearances,suicides,murders,suffocations,draining energy.Being pulled towards the future or the past along with your iron coins and other materials your in contact with and surrounded by,people are disappearing,people are being replaced with clones,robots,etc,people travelling back in time are being attacked,getting into accidents or sending messages.People are travelling to the future and to the past.Aliens,people are visiting and sometimes leaving this world,which worlds and times are they from?They're stealing peoples DNA,cloning,growing and using the clones.The souls of the dead and others are travelling into other peoples bodies to be young and healthy.The things in the spectrums that have the opposite affect of the things in the spectrums that cause aging,retards,sickness,etc and there's the others in the middle.Some people know other peoples thoughts and are communicating telepathically,interuptions,influencing,scolding,interference,torturing and controlling peoples minds.People are communicating with other people through nightmares.People are using other people to say their thoughts.They're turning people into traitorous sex fiends or idiots by getting them to look at and/or sniff something or by injecting them with something,preparing them for what´s happening now and after(animalism),your suspicious,nature's,etc examples,stuck in this nest.They're waking people up again and again and people are waking up in this place and they're causing other sleeping problems and deaths,picking,poking,prodding,digging people with medical instruments.The TV creeps and others are accusing people of being criminals and others in a past life,threatening,hynotising,insulting and bothering people about what they are doing,saying and their thoughts,maybe they'll reach through the screen and your reality show from this world,concluding the experiments and cleaning the cages.
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>> No. 21986 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 1:19 am
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Nah, it's a forced mod meme.
>> No. 21987 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 1:27 am
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You assume incorrectly.

Yes, the mods on here have been forcing a word salad meme on multiple chans for the past 5 years. Idiot.
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19th October 2016
Wednesday 1:46 am
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We'll know soon enough it's her because she'll start linking the britfa to a GCHQ mindwashing program run out of a secret purple shed in one of the many quiet gardens overlooking The Doughnut.
>> No. 22114 Anonymous
14th April 2017
Friday 3:38 pm
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Emily is a fucking nutter who we discovered by accident. She subsequently wove into her conspiracy which was very entertaining.
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14th April 2017
Friday 6:15 pm
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She thinks we are life-sciences twats with microchipped penises.


>> No. 25866 Anonymous
13th April 2017
Thursday 5:56 pm
/g/25866 Iphone 7
'Evening, chaps.

I currently own an iPhone 6, but I'm coveting an iPhone 7.
Does anybody own an iPhone 7? Would it be worth it? Are they any different from an iPhone 6?

Cheers, chaps.
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>> No. 25867 Anonymous
14th April 2017
Friday 12:24 pm
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Stick with the 6S until next year would be my view. It's not enough of an upgrade over that to justify the cost.
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14th April 2017
Friday 12:54 pm
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Ta very much, I appreciate it.


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>> No. 4122 Anonymous
5th April 2017
Wednesday 2:47 pm
>The most popular dildoes are only 4.5 - 5" in circumference.

>In a study women picked models benises 4.8 - 5" in circumference as the ideal.

>The average erect benis girth is about 4.5 - 5 ".

So you've probably got enough girth for 90% of grills. But...

>The most popular dildoes have 6 - 7" of insertable length.

>Women chose models benises about 6 - 6.5" in length as the ideal.

>The average erect benis length is about 5 - 5.5".

You probably don't have enough length for most women.
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>> No. 4135 Anonymous
11th April 2017
Tuesday 9:26 pm
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Maybe those are women inches. 8 = 6 and 6 = 4 .
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12th April 2017
Wednesday 3:11 am
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Apropos of nothing much at all:

I've never talked inches (or centimeters) with any of them but I've shagged a fair few cock-wranglers and none of them ever complained about my utterly average knob (or even slagged me off as being small-knobbed during any one of a zillion heated slanging matches). Honestly, once you've bedded 4-5 30+ cock whores and they all love your average knob life gets a lot easier.

Sorry if none of this makes sense lads, I'm pissed to fuck la.
>> No. 4137 Anonymous
12th April 2017
Wednesday 11:03 am
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Have you ever measured your dick? Maybe you're bigger than you think.
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13th April 2017
Thursday 11:19 pm
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Honestly I think that it's mainly just that (at least in my experience) women tend to care a lot less about genital aesthetics (size, shape, and so on) than men do. One lass I'd been seeing for at least a couple of months had absolutely no idea I was circumcised despite having had my penis in her mouth dozens and dozens of times. Her excuse? "I just didn't really pay that much attention". Well, thanks for that?

While I could probably build a 100% accurate full colour 3D model of every vagina I've ever been in contact with most lasses seem to lump knobs into three rough categories: Micropenis, Ouch, and Everything Else. What this means is that I think most lasses probably aren't shagging away thinking "yeah this guy is definitely packing half an inch less than that other lad", probably can't tell the difference in an inch or two anyway, and if your old chap doesn't fit into the Micropenis or Ouch categories then it's probably entirely forgettable, just another faceless shaft on the cock carousel.

Either that or I've just been hanging out on the wrong side of the tracks all my life.
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14th April 2017
Friday 1:42 am
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FFS measure it.


>> No. 6587 Anonymous
8th April 2017
Saturday 11:01 pm
/lit/6587 Immunology
I'm looking for a book about the human immune system, could any of you lads recommend one? I'm a beginner with no formal training what so ever.
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>> No. 6589 Anonymous
9th April 2017
Sunday 3:14 am
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Who do I call if I have Djinn problem? Is there a halal equivalent of Ghostbusters?
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9th April 2017
Sunday 7:23 am
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Immunology is a complex topic. Unless you took A-levels in chemistry and biology fairly recently, you're unlikely to learn much from a typical undergraduate immunology textbook. An introductory course in biology from Coursera or Khan Academy might be a good start; if you're really keen, you could do A-levels or an Access to HE course at your local FE college.
>> No. 6591 Anonymous
9th April 2017
Sunday 10:57 am
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Oh do piss off you idiot.
>> No. 6592 Anonymous
9th April 2017
Sunday 3:13 pm
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Immunology looks fascinating and incredibly complex. As the previous poster pointed out, if you have no formal training you're probably going to be reading gibberish. Hell, I have a Chemistry A-level and a degree in Physics (he wrote smugly) and I doubt I'd get much of what I was reading, at least at the level where I wasn't just repeating things by rote.

If you really want to study immunology, which is a highly admirable ambition, I'd recommend first studying chemistry at an adult education college then seeing what mature student courses are available. From what I understand mature students are sought after since they're genuinely pursuing a dream as opposed to wandering into x subject since they assume uni is what they should do at that age.

Either way I wish you all the best m7.
>> No. 6593 Anonymous
13th April 2017
Thursday 3:32 pm
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I'd recommend "Biology: The Science of Life" by Robert A. Wallace, if you can find it. It's just a general biology textbook, but well written and a good introduction.

After that, I have no idea. I used this one:

It will be rough going no matter what. You basically have to memorize an alphabet soup of enzymes and ligands. Worse, everything is unintuitively named because it was discovered by accident or for some reason unrelated to its function. For example, the enzyme "XP" is named after the disease it causes, Xeroderma Pigmentosa, rather than its function (DNA repair).

t. used to work in the immunology department at MIT.


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>> No. 57845 Ambulancelad
10th April 2017
Monday 4:35 pm
/iq/57845 3 guys are hiking through the woods when they find a lamp.
One of them picks it up, rubs it, and out pops a Genie.
It booms "You have finally freed me after all these years, so I'll grant each one of you 3 wishes." The first guy immediately blurts out "I want a billion dollars." POOF, he's holding a printout that shows his account balance is now in fact 1,000,000,003.50
The second man thinks for a bit, then says "I want to be the richest man alive." POOF, he's holding papers showing his net worth is now well over 100 billion.
The third guy thinks even longer about his wish, then says "I want my left arm to rotate clockwise for the rest of my life." POOF, his arm starts rotating.
The Genie tells them it's time for their second wish.
First guy says: "I want to be married to the most beautiful woman on earth." POOF, a stunning beauty wraps herself around his arm.
Second guy says "I want to be good-looking and charismatic, so I can have every girl I want." POOF, his looks change and the first guy's wife immediately starts flirting with him.
Third guy says "I want my right arm to rotate counter-clockwise until I die." POOF, now both his arms are rotating, in opposite directions.
The genie tells them to think very carefully about their third wish.
First guy does, and after a while says "I never want to become sick or injured, I want to stay healthy until I die." POOF, his complexion improves, his acne is gone and his knees don't bother him any more.
Second guy says "I never want to grow old. I want to stay 29 forever." POOF, he looks younger already.
Third guy smiles triumphantly and says "My last wish is for my head to nod back and forth." POOF, he's now nodding his head and still flailing his arms around.
The genie wishes them good luck, disappears, and the men soon go their separate ways.

Many years later they meet again and chat about how things have been going. First guy is ecstatic: "I've invested the money and multiplied it many times over, so me and my family will be among the richest of the rich pretty much forever. My wife is a freak in the sheets, and I've never gotten so much as a cold in all these years." Second guy smiles and says "Well, I built charities worldwide with a fraction of my wealth, I'm still the richest guy alive and also revered for my good deeds. I haven't aged a day since we last met, and yes, your wife is pretty wild in bed."
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>> No. 57847 R4GE
11th April 2017
Tuesday 2:05 am
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Ah brilliant. Reminds me of the jokes I used to swap as a kid. Cheers for that.
>> No. 57848 Samefag
11th April 2017
Tuesday 2:36 am
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A man goes to join an order of monks.

The head Monk says to the man "This is a silent order. You will only be allowed to speak once, every 15 years."

The man says "Ok" and so begins his time with the silent order.

15 years pass and the man is sitting in the refectory when the head monk approaches and says to the man "It has been fifteen years. What would you like to say brother?".

The man responds, "The porridge could do with a little more sugar." The head monk nods in acknowledgement and walks away.

Another 15 years pass and the head monk finds the man in the dormitory and says "Brother, it has been another 15 years. What is it that you wish to say?".

"The bed sheets are a bit thin." Replies the man. Again the head monk nods in acknowledgement.

Yet another 15 years pass and the head monk sees the man and asks "15 years have passed. Have you anything to say?".
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>> No. 57849 Samefag
11th April 2017
Tuesday 4:02 pm
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>> No. 57850 Ambulancelad
12th April 2017
Wednesday 8:36 pm
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Don't get it. Unless it's about Jews and money, in which case yawn.
>> No. 57851 Auntiefucker
12th April 2017
Wednesday 9:33 pm
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>> No. 24665 Anonymous
28th March 2017
Tuesday 7:03 pm
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Lately I've been waking up in the middle of night and feeling a strange sense of unease, the willies. I am scared of something but am unable to define what it is.

My initial assumption was nightmares but last night I could recall a normal dream when I awoke. This is annoying because I'm a grown man but find that some nights I have to switch on my bedside lamp to get back to sleep.

Google seems to come out with all sorts of things that don't seem to apply. There are no adult worries that comes to mind when I'm like this (much as I have them) and it isn't like a panic attack.

Any ideas lads? It isn't a one-time occurrence but seems to be getting more common.
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>> No. 24776 Anonymous
11th April 2017
Tuesday 10:07 pm
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I should mention that making a small campfire gives you a primal sense of security that no animal will disturb. It's technically illegal in England and Wales so whilst I am emphatically and absolutely not encouraging you to make one, in my opinion anyone who could burn down and English, let alone Welsh forest at midnight deserves a Nobel prize. Though it's legal in Scotland, so I personally recommend clearing a circle in the undergrowth with your boots at least six feet across, digging a small pit then a trench leading away from it a foot or so. Cover all but the last few inches of said trench with a few twigs to make a roof and cover with soil, now you have a decent airflow for your fire from underneath. Use your knife, which you have since you're outdoors in the woods at night and not a mug, to cut a few nearby branches about 2 inches thick or so, stick them over the pit before piling on twigs, some tinder and in half an hour or so you'll have a nice cosy fire. Recommend doing this in woodland where nobody nearby with a mansion will see you. There are few things more heartwarming than roasting sausages on the end of a knife by a fire of your own making while looking at the stars on a cold, dry night while owls hoot around you. Everyone should do it at least once.

Shame becoming a Scout leader these days is like changing your name to Jimmy Saville and expecting not to get funny looks.
>> No. 24778 Anonymous
11th April 2017
Tuesday 10:24 pm
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Yes mate, lighting a fire then making yourself a silhouette against it with nothing but the things in the dark you can't see coming behind you is sure to reassure people. Why not adjust your eyes to only seeing things that're really close and in one specific direction?

I'm used to walking a lot in the pitch black, it doesn't really bother me. After a while you get used to feeling where the road is going by the slope of it, but one night the same car went back and forth a few times then pulled in ahead of me where I had to walk into the woods, at around 2am. I had to creep through half a mile of woodland with no lights. The supernatural's easy, you can just make up whatever to protect yourself and feel better. Humans, though. They're unpredictable.
>> No. 24779 Anonymous
11th April 2017
Tuesday 11:19 pm
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About ten years ago, I had a bit of a mental health/insomnia vicious cycle. I was too anxious to sleep and the sleep deprivation made my anxiety worse. For whatever reason, I got really into night running. I had this massive head torch that was like the headlight on a motorbike. I'd get the last train out to Stalybridge, run laps of the peaks and get the first train back in the morning.

It was a spectacularly stupid thing to do, especially during the winter. I had no spare clothing, no survival gear, no phone - just a head torch, some spare batteries and a couple of drinks bottles. Sometimes I'd stand at the top of a hill, turn off my torch and look out into the inky darkness. It was so quiet, so still, so lonely up there. I looked down at the stars below, the dirty orange constellations of street lights. I thought about all the people down there, sleeping soundly in their warm beds.

I'd hear things rustling in the gorse or see a flicker in the shadows, but there was nothing to do but keep running. With every footstep I imagined breaking my ankle, I imagined tumbling down the slope, I imagined freezing to death on that lonely hillside. Oddly, I almost felt safe up there. I was terrified, but at least I was afraid of something real. The adrenaline of fear just melted into the runner's high; fight-or-flight means nothing when you're already flying.
>> No. 24780 Anonymous
12th April 2017
Wednesday 11:28 am
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It's really worth reading the Bible for some of the imagery. Those hovering eyeball monsters and dragons and wasp soldiers in Revelations are amazing.
>> No. 24781 Anonymous
12th April 2017
Wednesday 7:59 pm
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True, but with a fire you have warmth, cosiness and a means to make a cuppa. Do I really need to elaborate on why having a campfire on a freezing cold night in the woods is nice? And if noises in the background are enough to give you the heeby-jeebies then man up. At worst it's a badger snuffling around.


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