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>> No. 428949 Anonymous
19th July 2019
Friday 5:19 pm
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New weekend thread: Highland Toffee edition.

How goes it, lads? What are you up to this weekend?
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>> No. 432582 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 2:38 pm
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>>432577
Henry's Kitchen is pretty good.
>> No. 432589 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 5:36 pm
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>>432575
How Not to Live Your Life was a good show and you're not.
>> No. 432591 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 5:56 pm
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>>432582
I hadn't seen that but it reminds me of alantutorial which you could sort of call comedy.
>> No. 432594 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 6:20 pm
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>>432589 

The show has been off the air for ten years or so, so naturally younglad increasingly has no frame of reference for it. 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sr0F_xfcDzU

Same as Two Pints.
>> No. 432595 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 6:37 pm
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>>432589
There are no younglads on this site, shitcomedyfanmate.

That shite is decidedly not the same as Two Pints.

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>> No. 418197 Anonymous
27th June 2018
Wednesday 1:20 am
418197 Things which are mildly amusing but not enough to warrant their own thread.
I was in a meeting tonight and two people walked in late during a minute's silence. I was just thinking how truly weird it must have been for them to walk in and everyone was sitting there in dead silence.
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>> No. 432547 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 1:17 pm
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>>432546
There's always someone who has to be the first person to try out inventions like that.
>> No. 432548 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 1:37 pm
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>>432547

Yes, but there are ways of trying out inventions where certain death isn't as glaringly obvious.
>> No. 432551 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 4:01 pm
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>>432546

What a mong.
>> No. 432579 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 1:06 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xAJ3lVjeZU
>> No. 432587 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 5:24 pm
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>>432579

https://fakealbumcovers.com/


I've got far too much time today

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>> No. 425684 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 11:36 pm
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So am I the only one who is getting a bit annoyed by this whole Greta Thunberg cult, or am I just too much of a cold hearted cynic that the world would be better off without?

I don't doubt the legitimate concern of her generation over climate change, after all it will fall to them to sort out the utter fucking mess that we have left the planet in, but all the awards that she is now being showered with are IMO just middle aged and old people's guilt over their own failure to save the planet's climate despite having had decades of prior warning, and who lost their way and succumbed to high carbon footprint consumerism somewhere between 1990s road protest villages and today's school runs in a 4x4. None of it feels sincere or genuine, it's more like, yeah, just take all these awards and shut the hell up already.

And parents whose children now protest every Friday or so are now engaging in pissing matches on twitter and Instagram to show off which one of their kids gets the most involved. As one commenter said, nothing good has ever come of a youth protest movement that was applauded by parents.
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>> No. 432570 Anonymous
6th December 2019
Friday 11:25 pm
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>>432543

>we're all going to be arsefucked.

Silver linings, eh?
>> No. 432576 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 12:02 pm
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>>432533
>I'm really not sure why so many people here balk at the idea of population reduction.
Are you actually fucking special?
>> No. 432584 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 2:52 pm
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>>432576

The implication may be that population control is tyrannical, inherently impossible to implement is a fair and just way or just straight up going to be another holocaust but I'd reckon the death toll and cost in suffering will be higher by the time we have a bounce back off the thermodynamic limits of our current level of consumption.
>> No. 432585 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 3:14 pm
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>>432584

Lebensraum.
>> No. 432592 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 5:57 pm
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>>432576

Clearly he is. The rest of us just inherently understand the utter selfishness of the human urge to reproduce.

Same reason nobody adopts or buys a second hand car any more.

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>> No. 432333 Anonymous
1st December 2019
Sunday 12:00 am
432333 Christmas 2019
It's the first of December. It's that time of year again.

Open your advent calendar chocolates, listen to Andrew, put up your tree, put off the present shopping for at least a fortnight, surviving the Christmas party at work, watching shit on telly.

You know the drill by now, lads.
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>> No. 432572 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 10:51 am
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What do you reckon I should get a lass I've been seeing for 5 months? I thought I was going to get away with a cheap Christmas this year but she surprised me with an expensive jumper the other day.

Favourite colours green, bit of a green thumb, arty but likes all that posh Downton Abbey stuff.

>>432571
Apparently it's just one BBC DJ that has banned it:
https://metro.co.uk/2019/12/03/bbc-radio-presenter-bans-nasty-fairytale-new-york-no-longer-comfortable-playing-pogues-christmas-song-11262796/

Then again it's bound to be memory holed sooner or later.
>> No. 432573 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 11:01 am
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>>432572
Get down the garden centre, buy a couple of succulents (one big, one or two small), a nice pot large enough for them, some succulent potting compost and some nice pebbles. You can either put them together as a "hand-made" gift for her or present them to her as a kit. Shouldn't set you back more than £30, tops.
>> No. 432574 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 11:09 am
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>>432572
Homemade chocolate truffles. All you need to do is melt dark chocolate with cream and butter. Put them in a fancy box and flavour them with some of her favourite alcohol, prosecco or some type of novelty gin knowing women, and she will be foaming at the gash.
>> No. 432583 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 2:39 pm
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>>432572

>I thought I was going to get away with a cheap Christmas this year but she surprised me with an expensive jumper the other day.


Been there. Except we had only been dating for two months before Christmas, and we didn't really talk at all about how much we were going to spend on Christmas presents for each other. I felt that 30 quid was reasonable, given the relatively short time that we had been dating, for which I got her an art calendar and some trinkets, but she went out and bought me a fucking Swatch Irony watch with all the trimmings. Kind of really embarrassing, especially considering that she was still in vocational training and really didn't normally have much money to spend. I tried to make it up to her by taking her out for dinner and to see a movie or two, but I felt like there was an unspoken understanding that the damage was done.

We broke up two months after Christmas, not solely because of poor communication on our Christmas presents, but because we were just not compatible. It was fun while it lasted though. At least I got a few months of world-class shagging and an £80 watch out of it.
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7th December 2019
Saturday 4:26 pm
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>>432571
Make it to Christmas without hearing it and you win a prize. True story.

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>> No. 430053 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 8:53 am
430053 Literal "what are you feeling right now" thread
Shamelessly stealing the very excellent idea from >>/101/28964

Here is a place to post utterly inane observations about your current state of being.

---Start---

I like birds but starlings are a massive noisy pain in the arse.
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>> No. 432403 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 9:57 pm
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>>432400
> Maybe I'm just not romantic, but "Will you be my girlfriend" has always made me cringe.

Quite. As I said, I didn't use those exact words but the general thrust of what I said was along the lines of we should no longer just be two people who shag but should be somewhat officially a couple, which is to say I might call her my girlfriend and vice versa.

Anyway, her interpretation of the whole thing was quite different to mine, which would have been fine in a romantic comedy but was fucking miserable in real life.

I've always maintained that the British don't really date, we just get sambuccad up to the point where it's obvious that we both want it (otherwise, why on else would we still both be there drinking however many hours later?).
>> No. 432404 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 10:53 pm
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>>432403
>why on else would we still both be there drinking however many hours later?)
Alcoholism?
>> No. 432411 Anonymous
3rd December 2019
Tuesday 1:59 am
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>>432395

If she was a millennial or younger, I think it's sort of come to mean that by neccessity. I think me and my mates were of the last generation who lived the dream of moving out in our late teens/early 20s and spending a few years getting up to sitcom drunken mates antics; and even then we were late to the party and it cost us more than it should have. I feel as though the younger generation coming up today are consciously aware from the word go that in order to comfortably fly the nest, or gain any sort of real foothold in life, you've got to have found someone to split the bill with already.

Slowly but surely I think we'll end up like Japan, with young people who can't functionally court one another at all. Online dating is the first step towards it, for those of us who still have some sense of social liberty it's fine but you do notice a lot of people treat it like a job application. Give it another ten or twenty years and they'll be marrying the first person they move in with for the sake of ease and just not taking to each other until retirement.
>> No. 432412 Anonymous
3rd December 2019
Tuesday 11:48 am
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>>432411
> If she was a millennial or younger

I've really lost track of what all these generations actually mean but she was born mid 90s so I'd say end of the millennials / first of the gen-z's border, I guess.

> I think me and my mates were of the last generation who lived the dream of moving out in our late teens/early 20s and spending a few years getting up to sitcom drunken mates antics; and even then we were late to the party and it cost us more than it should have.

Likewise. When I was 21 I could land a 4x minimum wage job and fuck off the hell far away from home, split a stupidly (relatively for the time, the same place would cost maybe three or four times that today) expensive flat with some mates and basically live a 24/7 party during my early twenties.

(Obviously none of this was particularly intelligent, if I'd taken the stupid amount of rent I was paying and even half the money I spent on alcohol and retarded clubs every week and thrown it in a savings account..... but then I wouldn't have the stories, right?).

> consciously aware from the word go that in order to comfortably fly the nest, or gain any sort of real foothold in life, you've got to have found someone to split the bill with already.

I feel you could be right about that. She was always on about how she wasn't going to leave home until she got married, and harping on about how she felt she hadn't achieved anything because everyone she went to school with had either got married or had a kid (as if being a single parent is somehow desirable). Maybe I was just the mad bint's meal ticket.

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>> No. 432424 Anonymous
3rd December 2019
Tuesday 4:20 pm
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>>432411

>but you do notice a lot of people treat it like a job application

Sadly, I think we're now seeing this as a standard. Because just like an HR person at a company, you get to choose between about two or three dozen, well, applicants, and you are only going to have a limited time to concern yourself with each one of them. And being spoiled for choice that way IMO also means that you are less willing to let something run its course and get to know the person better while not being put off by annoying quirks they may have and that are apparent from the beginning. Why invest all that time, when you can just as easily move on to the next person. But I maintain that it's merely an illusion of choice, and that it gets you no further in finding the right person for you than in the old days.

I remember a time when online dating consisted of putting an ad on some local events web site in your area, and then you would wait impatiently for three or four people to e-mail you. And the odds were against you in the first place if you were a lad writing to a lass with a very attractive photo of herself. Even that was kind of radical in the late 90s to early 2000s, because growing up, when I was a weelad, putting an ad in an actual paper looking for a partner always had kind of a connotation of desperation attached to it. You had exhausted all the ways of finding a partner within your social circles, or you were just too ugly or too messed up in the first place to find somebody among them, so that was your last straw. Kind of funny how that has changed. But like I said, it needs to be taken with a grain of salt, and finding Mr. or Ms. Right to me seems no easier than back then. Just the parameters of it have changed.

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>> No. 426868 Anonymous
16th May 2019
Thursday 5:49 pm
426868 Dream Thread Mk. II
Fitter when she was fat edition.

You know the drill lads. Here are a few helpful links in order to help you further your proficiency at dreaming, and hopefully elevate the quality of discussion about our nocturnal adventures:

https://www.dreammoods.com/dreamdictionary/

https://www.tuck.com/how-to-lucid-dream/

https://open.spotify.com/album/3zci9uc3JFKmKV3x0TcAKd
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>> No. 432286 Anonymous
29th November 2019
Friday 8:44 pm
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>>432275

>I've had dreams of zombies coming through my back door

Stop watching zombie gay porn then.
>> No. 432386 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 12:27 pm
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>>432286
Never underestimate a good necrolove and cherishing.
>> No. 432391 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 3:44 pm
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>>432275

I've genuinely had a lot of sex dreams about Emily off of In The Flesh.
>> No. 432397 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 4:41 pm
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>>432391
Get her down tanning salon for a few sessions and she'd be a right bobby dazzler.
>> No. 432402 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 9:47 pm
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Right, nothing beats a healthy tan to bring out a lass's natural beauty.

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>> No. 431786 Anonymous
28th October 2019
Monday 8:03 am
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New midweek thread: Let's enter Robot Wars edition.
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>> No. 432296 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 11:32 am
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>>432287

Alan Godfrey Maps offer some of their colour prints as a flat sheet, posted rolled up in a tube - you could try giving them a ring on 01207 583388 and ask if they can do others like that.
>> No. 432297 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 11:45 am
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>>432289

You're not wrong, in that there is a divide between the poor and the middle class that is difficult to overcome, and getting more difficult in our time, it seems:


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-44489556

>For those people born between 1955 and 1975, the research says, social mobility was a "reality", with people born into low-income families able to move up in terms of education and earnings.

>But the OECD study suggests that those born afterwards, becoming adults in the 1990s and later, faced "stagnating" social mobility.

>Researchers found a high likelihood of people being "stuck" in the income group into which they were born, with those born into poorer families likely to remain poor and those from high-income families going on to become high earners themselves.
>> No. 432298 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 3:12 pm
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>>432297
Bring back grammar schools.
>> No. 432299 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 4:01 pm
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>>432293
Is that because of creasing? If so then I'd imagine ironing them on the lowest setting underneath a few pillowcases or tea towels could sort that out.
>> No. 432300 Anonymous
30th November 2019
Saturday 4:32 pm
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>>432299

Tea towel with just a touch of steam at the lowest heat setting and you should be golden. But make sure you allow the spots you're ironing to cool down in between passes.

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>> No. 431971 Anonymous
6th November 2019
Wednesday 9:52 pm
431971 Tea
This "WW2 Training Film for US Soldiers | How to Behave in Britain | 1943" film says the ration of two ounces of tea per person a week (about four cups) was significantly less than what people wanted.
How much tea do you/we actually drink?
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>> No. 431994 Anonymous
8th November 2019
Friday 1:03 am
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>>431993
That was meant to link to about 1:26:15 with Champion Jack Dupree.
>> No. 431995 Anonymous
8th November 2019
Friday 1:05 am
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These threads keep planting the seed in my mind of making a nice cup of tea. Awful big coincidence that all the tea brands are doing discounts at the moment ahead of Christmas. Are we being targeted by Big Mug?

>How much tea do you/we actually drink?

4 cups if I'm at home all day (assuming my late night cup of rooibos counts as tea).
On work days I just have a coffee at 11.

>>431986
>I do think our track record in the 20th century was considerably better than others

This being the same time we ruled 23% of the Earth's population? At home we were obviously better but that is awfully easy when you're dealing with limited numbers of exotic foreigners.

To go further with this dickery, the classic historical example is with Japan's Racial Equality Proposal during the formation of the League of Nations. Britain was ambivalent, France was supportive (because of their cultural chauvinism) but, once it was clarified to be only among member nations, the principle opponent was the US and Australia that feared Japanese immigration. So it was ultimately very easy for Britain and Canada to try to play mediators given we had very little skin in the game aside from ensuring Australia stayed a dominion.

Obviously one way to end dolphin rape is therefore to kick out all the fuzzy-wuzzies as our grandparents generation may have suggested after a few too many sherries at Christmas. Unless there's a war on in which case they can stay for tea.
>> No. 431996 Anonymous
8th November 2019
Friday 3:02 pm
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>>431993

A huge number of black jazz musicians went on tour to Europe and never came back. There's undoubtedly a lot of dolphin rape over here, but it's in a completely different league to the systematic, institutionalised dolphin rape that black Americans had to endure.
>> No. 432047 Anonymous
12th November 2019
Tuesday 10:22 pm
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I've just made some.

It is delicious.

Tea is the only reliable thing in all our lives.
>> No. 432051 Anonymous
13th November 2019
Wednesday 4:53 pm
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>>432047
Just discovered tulsi tea which is lovely if hard to locate.

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>> No. 429121 Anonymous
24th July 2019
Wednesday 1:36 am
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New mid-week thread.


Sitting on my balcony, enjoying the balmy nighttime temperatures, having a few Stellas. Celebrating the fact that I get to do this at 01:30 am on a Wednesday morning at the moment.

Ah, temporary unemployment.

Before you lads lose your shit get all finger pointy at me, my next tenure as an office slave is already as good as secure and will begin in a few weeks' time.
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>> No. 431880 Anonymous
1st November 2019
Friday 9:40 pm
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>>431874
That's a break room? Looks like a prison cell.
>> No. 431883 Anonymous
2nd November 2019
Saturday 12:55 am
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>>431880

Exactly my point.

I've been considering renting the available space next to us just so I put some wallpaper up and get a sofa or something.
>> No. 431943 Anonymous
5th November 2019
Tuesday 8:24 pm
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Just missed a call from work. They're either going to be asking me to come in to cover someone, or if I want to take tomorrow's shift off as holiday, as I have fuckloads of accrued and I can't get paid all of it that I don't take.

I'm scared to call back in case it's the former. I won't go in but I'll feel bad for turning down double time pay.
>> No. 431950 Anonymous
5th November 2019
Tuesday 11:03 pm
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>>431943

They won't ask you if you want to take holiday mate.
>> No. 431952 Anonymous
5th November 2019
Tuesday 11:08 pm
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>>431950

They will, and they did. Off tomorrow now.

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>> No. 431896 Anonymous
2nd November 2019
Saturday 11:25 pm
431896 Wild Camping
Anyone ever been wild camping?

Not like drinking underage in the local quarry listening to bassline as a teen, like going to the Lake District or Yorkshire Dales or the Scottish Highlands and having a walk and a camp in the open?
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>> No. 431942 Anonymous
5th November 2019
Tuesday 6:59 pm
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>>431933
What, people have feet now? That's new on me.
>> No. 431944 Anonymous
5th November 2019
Tuesday 8:47 pm
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>>431934

Train prices are daft nowadays though. Kind of defeats the object of a wild camping trip if you ask me.

Tangentially related, but I was looking at visiting That London with my other half recently, and we concluded it'd be cheaper to go to Amsterdam for the weekend. There's something very definitely not right there.
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5th November 2019
Tuesday 8:52 pm
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>>431944


>Train prices are daft nowadays though. Kind of defeats the object of a wild camping trip if you ask me.

Okay, but it'd certainly cost me more in petrol to get somewhere remote in Scotland than it would to take the train to a request stop somewhere. Not really sure what else to suggest.

You're not wrong though, it's cheaper to fly to Norway than it is Aberdeen for me on the same airline on the same type of plane. £250 for a 30 minute flight, and that's with a discount.
>> No. 431947 Anonymous
5th November 2019
Tuesday 10:29 pm
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>>431944
You can still do Birmingham to London for less than a fiver, but yeah Scotland doesn't look cheap at all.
>> No. 431956 Anonymous
6th November 2019
Wednesday 12:05 am
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>>431946
500 miles at 30mpg is £95, decidedly not more* than what you might get charged for half that distance on the train.

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>> No. 431858 Anonymous
31st October 2019
Thursday 8:14 pm
431858 The Law of the Playground
&list=PLDUmfHiLPkrNf3QlIhebaTMb_4j6HNYIg

Watch the video to get an idea of what this thread is about.

My contribution: At school people would say “You've dropped your gay card”, if you looked down that meant you were gay.
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>> No. 431859 Anonymous
31st October 2019
Thursday 9:13 pm
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BUNDLE

I don't know why it was so funny, but one person would get slightly stuck in a doorway, or fall over, the word would be shouted and then a huge rolling maul would occur. I'm laughing just thinking about it, I don't know why - always funny.
>> No. 431864 Anonymous
1st November 2019
Friday 6:44 am
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>> No. 431881 Anonymous
1st November 2019
Friday 9:55 pm
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>>431864
I was too busy doing updoc.
>> No. 431882 Anonymous
1st November 2019
Friday 10:04 pm
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>>431881
What is updoc?

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>> No. 431358 Anonymous
15th October 2019
Tuesday 5:53 pm
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Alright lads, I need some input on whether to move to the other side of the world. (Yes I posted >>13299 but I can't delete the thread because it has too many replies).

I'm consulting friends, family and now this place as none of you know me and can be as unbiased and not care about hurting my feelings. Yes I know ultimately it also has to be my decision.

With that said, have any of you lads ever been to NZ? Lived there? Know people that lived there? Lived anywhere that's not the UK? It's a small country but trying to find anybody who has actually lived there is a bit of a pain.

I've been offered a job I wasn't expecting, it's more money (About 100k NZ dollars which is about 50k GBP), it's in a well known place and it means that I'll get lots of fresh air, lots of nice scenery and compared to living in London I can afford my own one bed/studio rather than a houseshare with strangers.

That said, I'm worried it just looks...well... boring. I love the outdoors, but it seems like you really have to enjoy that and the isolation, otherwise it's fucking lonely. London has its faults, but I'm never bored, I have my network here and I have lots I can do here, even if it can be a bit polluted and grimy at times.

Having consulted with people I know (even my gf), they all think it's ridiculous not to take it and try it out and if it's shit come back after a year or so, find a new job and carry on living my London life. My gf said if it's good she will come visit and then come and join me after 6 months or so.

Any of you lads got any opinions on NZ or wanna shout out things in general to consider about moving abroad? I've only ever lived in the UK so I feel like I am trying to weigh up the wrong things.
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>> No. 431673 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 7:50 am
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I'm going.

Made my decision, gonnagive it a whirl.
>> No. 431677 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 2:13 pm
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>>431673
Been curious about NZ myself, let us know how it goes mate.
>> No. 431693 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 8:00 pm
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>>431673
Good for you lad.
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24th October 2019
Thursday 4:58 pm
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>>431677

Thanks lad will do.

As these things typically happen my referee is away for a while so it's holding me up slightly but I should be there by the start of next year and will update some point then.

>>431693
Thanks lad and thanks to all you lads for the advice.

Hope there's not some sort of location block on accessing this site that the mods have turned on.
>> No. 431720 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 5:58 pm
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>Hope there's not some sort of location block on accessing this site that the mods have turned on.
I hope so, you kiwi turncoat. How dare you escape our sinking isle to a land of quantifiably higher living standards.

Have a great time, lad.

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>> No. 430713 Anonymous
23rd September 2019
Monday 12:18 pm
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Boy, 12, nearly lost his testicles due to ‘bangcock’ school craze

https://metro.co.uk/2019/09/21/boy-12-nearly-lost-testicles-due-bangcock-school-craze-10785414/

What were the crazes when you were at school, lads?
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>> No. 431660 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 8:23 pm
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>>431658

Alright fucking Rees Mogg, where did you go to school that you could afford to spend more than coppers to bruise another kid's shins?

Anything above a 5p was best saved, until you spotted one of the vending machines had got stuck so you could make it spill out two packs of polos or fizzy jerks for the price of one.
>> No. 431668 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 10:43 pm
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>>431648
yea the 50ps hurt the most cos of the edges
>> No. 431669 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 10:43 pm
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>>431648
yea the 50ps hurt the most cos of the edges
>> No. 431670 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 11:11 pm
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Some of you probably grew up with the miniature 50ps of today.
>> No. 431671 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 12:24 am
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>>431670
When I were a lad, you could eat your dinner off a 50p piece they were that big. As long as you didn't have too much gravy at least.

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>> No. 430168 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 7:08 am
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When was the last time you committed a random act of kindness and what was it?
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>> No. 431631 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 9:24 pm
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She's selling nudes now, 3 pictures for £30. Seems like a bit of a stretch. Maybe we could all chip in though, and get her to do a weird britfa set.
>> No. 431637 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 10:41 pm
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>>431631

I'd let her to do a britfa.gs art ho plushie iykwim
>> No. 431638 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 11:17 pm
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>>431631
Oh no that's awful, where?
>> No. 431639 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 11:21 pm
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>>431638
This is the driving mindset behind roughtly 75% of the Daily Mail's journalist output.
>> No. 431641 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 11:48 pm
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>>431639
I was thinking of

but you're not wrong.

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