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>> No. 401532 Anonymous
30th April 2016
Saturday 12:10 am
401532 Birthdays
To what extent do you celebrate your birthday, gs?

I'm approaching another revolution of our local star since sliding out of my mum's fanny and I have to say, I find the prospect of recognising this anniversary more underwhelming than ever.

Let's be honest, there is no achievement to be celebrated here. I get the impression many people use it purely as a means to boost their own ego.

This year I plan on getting away with just visiting my parents with my GF for a meal, simply because they'd be genuinely upset if I didn't. Shitty night clubs, restaurant meals or activity days with people who feel obliged to be there can take a break, for this year at least.
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>> No. 401612 Anonymous
4th May 2016
Wednesday 12:46 pm
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>>401611

I'm glad that warmed your neglected lonely heart.

Maybe weddings aren't so bad after all then?
>> No. 401613 Anonymous
4th May 2016
Wednesday 1:04 pm
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>>401612
Ah, but I'm not against weddings. For other people. Or marriage, really. For other people.

I just don't want two poofs kissing each other in front of me on the bus mate knowwhatoimean? Don't make me a homopobialist mate does it it just weren't the done thing back in my day ennit
>> No. 401614 Anonymous
4th May 2016
Wednesday 1:38 pm
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>>401613

>knowwhatoimean?

I am struggling.
>> No. 401615 Anonymous
4th May 2016
Wednesday 5:11 pm
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>>401612

I like a good wedding, it's an excuse to live someone else's happiness and drink on their wallet.
>> No. 401617 Anonymous
4th May 2016
Wednesday 10:24 pm
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>>401615

You must get invited to many of them.

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>> No. 364298 Anonymous
14th November 2013
Thursday 4:47 pm
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ITT: Weird dreams you've had lately.

I actually dreamed last night that I was in Australia, visiting the two blokes from the Foster's adverts in their beach hut. Sure enough, they gave me a Foster's, and I said "cheers, guys"... and then one of them said to me "oh no mayt, we don't say cheers heere. We say 'You little ripper!'"

Quite bizarre... has this dream got any deeper meaning, or have I just been watching too much telly lately?
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>> No. 401518 Anonymous
28th April 2016
Thursday 10:21 pm
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>>401381
Or so that's what you think...
>> No. 401521 Anonymous
29th April 2016
Friday 3:26 pm
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>>401381

I had a dream where I was trapped in a post office recently. I ate a sausage and bacon sandwich then started to fall asleep in the imaginary post office.
>> No. 401522 Anonymous
29th April 2016
Friday 3:36 pm
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>>401521
Then you woke up and remembering the smell from the sandwich made you so mad you blasted your bed with piss.
>> No. 401525 Anonymous
29th April 2016
Friday 6:25 pm
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>>401522
Ah the old piss blasting. Suitable for any occasion.
>> No. 401616 Anonymous
4th May 2016
Wednesday 10:09 pm
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I had a dream last night that I was on the show The Island With Bear Grylls.

I don't care what some people think; to me, it's one of the most entertaining pieces of television in recent years.

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>> No. 400492 Anonymous
19th March 2016
Saturday 12:13 pm
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Weekend thread? Weekend thread.

Just popped to Iceland and I think I was the only one there not buying Frosty Jacks.
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>> No. 401571 Anonymous
1st May 2016
Sunday 7:51 pm
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>>401570

No, not Northy. If he says fuck off, I'll fuck off.
>> No. 401572 Anonymous
1st May 2016
Sunday 9:39 pm
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>>401569

This almost sounds like a vanilla version of one of the latter (and lesser) Saw sequels.

Did you begin that session with the words "I'd like to play a game", over a cheap, distorted loudspeaker?
>> No. 401573 Anonymous
2nd May 2016
Monday 12:05 am
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>>401569
>faucet

Yanks get up to the strangest things.
>> No. 401574 Anonymous
2nd May 2016
Monday 2:42 am
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>>401569
>She started blacking up at 12 or so (she didn't realise that the minstrel show was a thing until I pointed it out - and then every other person who arrived afterwards also pointed it out, to her increasing, amused agitation).

This gave me a giggle, thank you.
>> No. 401576 Anonymous
2nd May 2016
Monday 4:18 am
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>>401572
No. The speakers were playing weird a weird soundscape on loop.

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>> No. 401505 Anonymous
24th April 2016
Sunday 7:50 pm
401505 Earthquake rememberance in Nepal.
An emotional time. You have your own examples?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FxTK-E8qw2M
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>> No. 401511 Anonymous
25th April 2016
Monday 4:33 pm
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>>401510

Is he still alive?

ARE SI weirdly has reminded me of something. The average lad here must've been browsing for at least a couple of years, when was the last time he popped up?
>> No. 401512 Anonymous
25th April 2016
Monday 4:41 pm
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>>401511

He never posted here, apart from once to tell the lad who'd been prank calling his home address for 4 years to leave him alone. Si posted on britchan, not britfa.gs.

He is essentially a meme at this point, a hold over from another website. It's not foreign though, so it's allowed.
>> No. 401513 Anonymous
25th April 2016
Monday 5:38 pm
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>>401512

Also forced meme that Si is purple.
>> No. 401514 Anonymous
25th April 2016
Monday 6:45 pm
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>>401513

Bollocks. I think we all know that purple is really Rico Daniels.
>> No. 401515 Anonymous
25th April 2016
Monday 6:58 pm
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>>401514

I struggle to imagine purple living in France and running .gs from a French shed.

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>> No. 401477 Anonymous
22nd April 2016
Friday 9:03 pm
401477 Wild gift card appeared
I just went to buy something on amazon and it told me I had a £171.50 gift card balance. I'm poor as shit, and friends/family don't know my account info and probably wouldn't do that. It showed up on 20/04, and 171.50 is a weird number.

How do I find out what happened? If there's been a mistake by someone else I'd like to return it, but if it's a mistake by amazon I don't want to alert them.
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>> No. 401480 Anonymous
22nd April 2016
Friday 9:54 pm
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>>401477
Have you had anything refunded?

Just be aware that if you really don't know anything about it, but just go ahead and spend it anyway, that's a crime that can net you up to ten years inside.

If you really can't account for how it got there, then some changing of passwords may be in order.
>> No. 401489 Anonymous
23rd April 2016
Saturday 2:18 am
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>>401480
I'd keep the password the same as long as they keep putting money in lol.
>> No. 401490 Anonymous
23rd April 2016
Saturday 2:18 am
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>>401480
I'd keep the password the same as long as they keep putting money in lol.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 401491 Anonymous
23rd April 2016
Saturday 2:39 am
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>>401490
lol just as funny the second time.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 401492 Anonymous
23rd April 2016
Saturday 2:53 am
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>>401478

I'm appreciative of their service, but they already have enough money. If it's amazon's mistake then no-one's getting sacked. What's wrong with me relishing the idea of just spending this money? If I was going to throw it away on crap I would have done so already. It's a week's wages for me.

>>401480

I've changed my password already. Last time I was on amazon I was drunk but I was on my phone, I tried getting on with my PC today and couldn't get the account info or email right for some reason. So that's kind of sketchy, but then again I might have been drunk. But my bank statement hasn't changed. It is my birthday this week, which is why I'm wondering if it might be a present. Also it's $247 US/220 euros so maybe close enough to be 250 with some fee or something.

>>401480

I'm trying to check. I recall a couple of payments which seemed to go through after the order was cancelled but they were pretty small, hence why I didn't chase them up. I haven't used any Prime service so perhaps it could have been a refund from those times you use it for christmas presents and then forget about it but don't use amazon for ages so yeah...

Interestingly, the gift card is actually the default payment option so it'd be pretty easy to accidentally use it.

>>401479
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>> No. 401481 Anonymous
22nd April 2016
Friday 11:50 pm
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So ...in the USA we have a guy named Steven King who writes books

He wrote a " Cow-boy and robot and dragons and lasers and wizards" books called The Dark Tower series. now there gonna make it into a movie staring THIS GUY. --I can not pronounce his name

This guy Ibris Eldra-what-ever is a brit yes? he was up for the roll of 007 yes?
...well he (idris) is a slick ,sauve, good looking, internatiinal (POSH?) guy !!!!

Roland Deschain was UUGGLY !! brutal , nasty , bitter, not pretty ,not sauve...
....in short ROLAND WAS AN AMERICAN !!!
(Roland is the main cow boy guy)

do you brits have any idea what im talkin g about?

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 401483 Anonymous
22nd April 2016
Friday 11:53 pm
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i know that you brits got upset about this guy here:playing robin hood with an american accent , AND RIGHTLY SO. he was too lazy to learn to talk like a brit.

anyway ,

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>> No. 398951 Anonymous
11th January 2016
Monday 7:06 am
398951 Goodnight Sweet Duke
Fuck

Music legend David Bowie dies - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-35278872
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>> No. 401471 Anonymous
22nd April 2016
Friday 11:46 am
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJQwbJOj2pg
>> No. 401472 Anonymous
22nd April 2016
Friday 5:34 pm
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They're already calling 2016 "The Year Music Died" on the Internet.

I guess it all depends on your definition of "music" and "dying".
>> No. 401473 Anonymous
22nd April 2016
Friday 5:52 pm
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>>401472

1911 RIP in peace, so sad:'(
>> No. 401474 Anonymous
22nd April 2016
Friday 5:55 pm
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>>401472

Or, indeed, "the internet".
>> No. 401475 Anonymous
22nd April 2016
Friday 6:16 pm
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>>401472
Lemmy died in 2015 so that's clearly wrong.

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>> No. 400789 Anonymous
1st April 2016
Friday 2:59 pm
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVo_wkxH9dU

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaghetti-tree_hoax

>An estimated eight million people watched the programme on 1 April, and hundreds phoned in the following day to question the authenticity of the story or ask for more information about spaghetti cultivation and how they could grow their own spaghetti trees. The BBC reportedly told them to "place a sprig of spaghetti in a tin of tomato sauce and hope for the best".

As April Fool's day jokes litter the web, just a reminder that David Dimbleby and the Panorama team were pulling this sort of shit 60 years ago, and rather well.
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>> No. 401283 Anonymous
13th April 2016
Wednesday 1:16 pm
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>>401276
You've risotto be kidding.
>> No. 401287 Anonymous
13th April 2016
Wednesday 1:31 pm
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>>401283
In for a penne, in for a pound, I suppose.
>> No. 401358 Anonymous
17th April 2016
Sunday 2:19 am
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No cheesy pasta.
>> No. 401374 Anonymous
17th April 2016
Sunday 8:52 am
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I think the OP would rather this thread have taken a different ruote.
>> No. 401449 Anonymous
20th April 2016
Wednesday 8:36 pm
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I suppose I'm going to have to Spirali it out for you.

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>> No. 401172 Anonymous
10th April 2016
Sunday 8:46 pm
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Would it be cheating if I came on an escorts face?

No touching whatsoever, I just wank it over her face.
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>> No. 401436 Anonymous
20th April 2016
Wednesday 2:11 am
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>>401435

LADS ON TOUR MAYHEM doesn't count, as long as nobody films it on their phone.
>> No. 401437 Anonymous
20th April 2016
Wednesday 2:13 am
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>>401435
Have some self-discipline, lad.
>> No. 401438 Anonymous
20th April 2016
Wednesday 2:16 am
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>>401437

I'm not sure I'll ever be in a Japanese brothel again. The question is whether my self discipline is worth enforcing.
>> No. 401440 Anonymous
20th April 2016
Wednesday 6:54 am
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>>401435>>401438

Men are genuinely pathetic creatures.
>> No. 401441 Anonymous
20th April 2016
Wednesday 9:30 am
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>>401438
It is.

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>> No. 401363 Anonymous
17th April 2016
Sunday 4:23 am
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So I have these "Filip Berio" olive oil canister, the oil itself is top notch, but the packaging itself makes it so that oil gets spilled onto the top ... uhm? You know what grinds my hears? Is that I can't even bloody explain it.

Like, see the images:
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>> No. 401425 Anonymous
19th April 2016
Tuesday 1:24 pm
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>>401423

From what I've seen on google, the results are all over the place. Some sites that list the smoke point of oil (just so we're clear, the smoke point of an oil is the point at which the oil starts to break down in dangerous, or at least unpleasant ways) will list EVOO and regular OO as 160C, others list EVOO as 210 and OO as 150C, there seems to be no consensus. There's a reason for that which I'll touch on later.

My evidence is, I'm sorry to say, purely anecdotal, but its from years of working with cooking oils. I have had all sorts of oils in a small, temperature controlled fryer, and I know for sure that 'normal' olive oil starts smoking between 140 and 160, depending on the oil. EVOO that I've tried goes from 170 to 220, depending on the oil.

The problem we run into is that not everyone is putting a batch of oil into a thermostat driven fryer, so how the hell do we know what temperature our oil is at? It's not easy to stick a thermometer into a shallow glug of oil in a pan. The other problem is that with so much olive oil on the market with so many different variables, it's impossible to set hard limits on what you can and can't do. I'm damn sure different batches of the same brand of oil won't share the same characteristics, even. Chefs talk about smoke points and flash points all the time, but even buying catering batches of oil, you often don't get the actual temperatures stated on the packaging. You see it in rapeseed and hi-temp veg oils designed for deep fryers, but nothing else. So there's a lot of theory, until you leave a pan on your range until it catches on fire.

The only useful advice one can give in this situation is, don't let your oil start smoking, whatever you use.
>> No. 401426 Anonymous
19th April 2016
Tuesday 2:37 pm
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>>401425
>My evidence is, I'm sorry to say, purely anecdotal
Then I'll have to pass over it in favour of various lists found on the internet.

As it turns out, you've got your numbers back to front. Extra virgin has a smoke point of around 160-200 depending on acidity, virgin around 210-220, and refined grades like light and extra light around 230-250. Apart from low quality EV, olive oil is safe for frying as long as you're using a decent quality product. Quality is not grading, and vice versa.

Some articles that seem to have some decent links to back them up:
https://authoritynutrition.com/is-olive-oil-good-for-cooking/
https://scienceornot.net/2012/09/15/is-it-safe-to-cook-with-olive-oil/
>> No. 401429 Anonymous
19th April 2016
Tuesday 4:12 pm
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Honestly can't tell if the OP is very gently and lovingly menacing us or is just slightly wrong in the head. Enjoyable thread anyway, and now I know more about olive oil than I'd ever have cared to learn.
>> No. 401430 Anonymous
19th April 2016
Tuesday 4:55 pm
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>>401429
Inform, educate, entertain, annoy. The .gs mission statement in a nutshell.
>> No. 401439 Anonymous
20th April 2016
Wednesday 3:30 am
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>>401429
OP should be clearly aware that the syringe tip can get through the top and the oil can be drawn in if the bottle is then inverted.

Getting hearing aids on the NHS is probably quite difficult.

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>> No. 401304 Anonymous
13th April 2016
Wednesday 6:46 pm
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Trio Biscuits are back lads.
This is not a drill.
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>> No. 401306 Anonymous
13th April 2016
Wednesday 7:17 pm
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Way ahead of you and stockpiled up, set Teacon 3 lads.
>> No. 401307 Anonymous
13th April 2016
Wednesday 7:37 pm
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>>401304

Oooh, not bad news.
>> No. 401345 Anonymous
15th April 2016
Friday 9:19 pm
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They don't have the puzzles inside the wrappers any more. Bastards.
>> No. 401354 Anonymous
17th April 2016
Sunday 12:45 am
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I remember when Trios were much bigger et.
>> No. 401364 Anonymous
17th April 2016
Sunday 4:24 am
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WHERE ARE THE FUCKING COUNT DUCKULA MINI COMICS OR THE REAL GHOSTBUSTER HOLOGRAM CARDS?!

Fuck you, McShitties!

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>> No. 400948 Anonymous
5th April 2016
Tuesday 10:26 pm
400948 Any other kinky types here?

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>> No. 401038 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 12:20 pm
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>>401037

on the re-read my sleep deprived post was worse then I though, there are random words in it I just can't explain I have no idea how you (>>401034) didn't pick up on it. I've offend myself.
>> No. 401040 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 1:36 pm
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I'm in to it, and but I find the BDSM "scene" utterly depressing. It's always incredibly insular meetings of goths approaching 30, who are all in long term relationships anyway. It's very hard to meet someone like-minded that way, and the online communities are no better.

Most 'normal' women enjoy sexual submission, and will take it surprisingly far if you introduce them to the broader aspects of it. Similarly, most normal women will think you're a queer if you let on you want to be submissive yourself.
>> No. 401050 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 6:10 pm
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>>401040
>Similarly, most normal women will think you're a queer if you let on you want to be submissive yourself.
Why? The homophobic cunts perpetuate toxic masculinity.
>> No. 401052 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 6:22 pm
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>>401050

>Why?

I don't know, but I'm telling you from my experience it's a common thing. A lot of girls I've been with have either directly or indirectly told me they thought less of me for asking them to put stuff in my arse. When a woman who raves about gender equality is completely turned off when you want her to be dominant, you do start to wonder if gender is as fluid as they make out.
>> No. 401362 Anonymous
17th April 2016
Sunday 2:44 am
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>>400948

IYKWIM

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>> No. 401189 Anonymous
11th April 2016
Monday 6:19 am
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Good morning lads, I was wondering what smoking rooms were like in places like offices before the ban came in.

I left school just as this all happened so I only got to experience smoking on the top floor of small time cafe and watching the first two seasons of a decent show. Did I miss much?
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>> No. 401284 Anonymous
13th April 2016
Wednesday 1:20 pm
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>The actual physical withdrawal is over and done with after about a week, ten days maximum.
It takes quite a bit longer, actually.

https://www.drugabuse.gov/news-events/nida-notes/2009/10/abstinent-smokers-nicotinic-receptors-take-more-than-month-to-normalize
>> No. 401288 Anonymous
13th April 2016
Wednesday 1:33 pm
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>>401284

Interesting.

But from my own experience, things happened a bit faster.
>> No. 401319 Anonymous
14th April 2016
Thursday 5:59 pm
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>>401271
If you're totally new to vaping then you'll probably want to order some premade juices to start you off, try as wide a range as possible. To begin with I thought I'd like sharp fruit flavours like apple but found them obnoxiously synthetic; I wouldn't have assumed I'd enjoy cloying sweet flavours like caramel, cookies and cream etc but found out those work for me. I have a mate who's the opposite. In my experience the only throw-it-away horrible stuff I've had was the cheapest and came from a market stall, there's probably a lesson in there.

Alternatively, if you go into one of the many vape shops that have popped up everywhere these days I'm sure they're all eager to let you have a try of some basic flavours/gear if it'll encourage you to fork over some cash, and anyway that might work out cheaper than you ending up with a load of juice you don't like.

I do mix my own now, it's a complex topic and it's probably best if you do your own reading for a basic idea and then ask any questions you have afterwards. Word of warning though, I have another mate who decided to try mixing and bought himself one big bottle of flavour and it turned out to be absolutely fucking rancid (caramel V1 from chefsvapour, for the record - they don't sell it any more and I'm not surprised), which put him off. Start small and varied with the flavourings, even if you think you know what you want.

If you've got any questions or want to talk about this stuff, there's a /g/ thread dedicated to this topic so probably better there than here.
>> No. 401334 Anonymous
15th April 2016
Friday 3:44 pm
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>>401260
>People put out big bowls of cigarettes at parties

I went to a fairly lavish party round someone's house recently where they did that. I stuck to the cava.
>> No. 401344 Anonymous
15th April 2016
Friday 9:12 pm
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>>401334

Hm... I go to the wrong parties.

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>> No. 401264 Anonymous
13th April 2016
Wednesday 3:41 am
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How does one find a lawyer like Saul Goodman, a lawyer who's not afraid to stretch the rules for you if you get in trouble with the law? A guy like that would be pretty handy to have on your contacts list.
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>> No. 401327 Anonymous
15th April 2016
Friday 2:47 pm
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>>401326

The lawyers who bribe and send bad people around your house absolutely exist, and they definitely get away with it.
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15th April 2016
Friday 2:48 pm
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>>401322

I'm talking about lawyers who break the law frequently. The sort that plan your robbery on one end and get you off the charge for it on the other. Is that not what we're talking about?
>> No. 401329 Anonymous
15th April 2016
Friday 2:59 pm
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>>401326
>chiefly the stuff of movies and crime novels

Hence why the thread is about a TV lawyer, and whether people like him exist in real life.

>Intimidation and threats, I wouldn't necessarily put under "other nefarious means"

I mean, this isn't really the sort of thing Saul Goodman does a lot of personally, he's more the sort of person who would know who to call if someone needed to be threatened/intimidated. Most of the morally questionable stuff he does is more like deliberately lying, fabricating evidence, and outright conning people.

Besides, I definitely would count a lawyer breaking the law in any way, however minor, to be using nefarious means. Is there not a law equivalent of the Hippocratic Oath involved in being called to the bar?
>> No. 401330 Anonymous
15th April 2016
Friday 3:10 pm
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>>401329
What about exceeding the speed limit when running late to a trial?
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15th April 2016
Friday 3:40 pm
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>>401330
Now you're being deliberately obtuse. I'll rephrase: I definitely would count a lawyer breaking the law in any way in order to unfairly benefit their client to be using nefarious means.

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