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>> No. 393616 Anonymous
14th August 2015
Friday 4:15 pm
393616 Weekend thread
Weekend thread?

Weekend thread.

I plan to drink copiously.
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>> No. 394134 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 6:35 pm
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>>394133
I'll add my parents are the worst part of this. Not that I have any problem with my parents or even living at home per se, but I feel like if I spent an entire year living here in the middle of nowhere I'd just waste one of the prime years of my life. I'm 23 and living rurally, I can't afford meaningful transport, I have no friends here anymore and no prospect of meeting anyone new except for the middle aged farts at work. It's so fucking depressing, I want to get on with my life, at the minute it's just stagnation.
>> No. 394135 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 6:37 pm
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>>394133
But September is coming up? Why don't you use these days to apply? Most grad schemes are just opening now or in two or three days?

What is it you want to do? Be grateful you've got a job doing glorified admin for three months, I'm still waiting for an interview slot to get a job doing that, if they decide they want me.

At least I'm not alone and thanks for sharing. I can't take any more family members saying 'how's the job hunt going', because if I fucking had one I wouldn't be sat in the house at 1pm on a Wednesday.

God fucking dammit.
>> No. 394136 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 6:40 pm
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>>394128
Nah, I'm not that lad.

Just trying to get some money for my post grad year. I've got the tuition fees and rent sorted but only a pittance for actual living costs. I have worked out that I need to have a part time job by January until that pittance runs out. That's all it is that I need. A simple part time job that's flexible enough while I study. Going by my spending habits it would be ideal to work 16 hours a week at min wage for two and a half months and I can live quite comfortably for the entire year.

Not looking forward to applying for proper full time job once I finish my postgrad. Sound like an arse ache going by that graduate thread.
>> No. 394137 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 6:45 pm
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>>394135
Grad schemes recruit throughout the year for September start. 90% of them are gone come June. The early ones have just started recruiting for September 2016.

>Be grateful you've got a job doing glorified admin for three months.

I am insofar as I'm earning money for a bit, it's just 'getting by' though, it's not pushing me forwards. It's just aggravating and means I have fuck all time to actually apply for proper jobs.

>What is it you want to do

Management or technical consultancy is the long term goal, undecided on the specifics. For now anything that involves some level of intellectual stimulation would be a godsend. I did a Chemistry degree but I've an interest in politics and economics, and I don't feel like I want to leave science behind but I'm done with it in a direct lab based sense. Some sort of interface between the two would be nice. The Wellcome Trust for example or something to do with science policy.
>> No. 394138 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 6:50 pm
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>>394137
>Management or technical consultancy is the long term goal, undecided on the specifics. For now anything that involves some level of intellectual stimulation would be a godsend. I did a Chemistry degree but I've an interest in politics and economics, and I don't feel like I want to leave science behind but I'm done with it in a direct lab based sense. Some sort of interface between the two would be nice. The Wellcome Trust for example or something to do with science policy.

What are you actually doing to make this happen, then?

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>> No. 393850 Anonymous
19th August 2015
Wednesday 10:23 pm
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Why am I constantly being asked for a lighter on the street?

I don't smoke, but I feel like if I did, owning a lighter would be something of a priority. Is it actually a ruse to get me to stop walking for some other nefarious purpose?
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>> No. 394092 Anonymous
27th August 2015
Thursday 11:16 pm
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>>394091

I was 33, almost 34 when I quit.

You can still tell if somebody smokes or not whether they're 25 or 55. Yes, decades of damage from smoking will pile up and a 55-year-old smoker will be easier to spot by their looks than a twentysomething. But the next time you're out among a number of people, take a good close look at the faces of those who've got a fag in their hand. Unless it's really some 18-year-old who only two years ago smoked his or her first ever cigarette, you will notice that their skin is less even and just looks much more dull and pimply than it should at a young age (although this can of course be offset by late-adolescent acne).

A while ago I was at a big petrol station here, and there was a girl behind the counter who was about 21, 23 maybe. She had rough, uneven skin for her age, and I thought, she definitely looks like a smoker. And then a few days later, I drove past the petrol station again and caught a glimpse of her sitting at the back entrance smoking a cigarette.

One curious thing about smoking is that for a long time, you don't realise just how shit it makes you look. That's how it was with me anyway. It's only when you really really take a good look at yourself in the mirror that you realise what it's doing to you. Maybe I was lucky enough that it just hit me one day. I am not saying it was all just vanity that I didn't want smoking to ruin my looks any further; I was definitely feeling the effects of a pack a day on my overall physical well-being. But in the end, a healthy looking face is quite a powerful indicator that you are in fact in good physical health, so it's all connected in a way.
>> No. 394093 Anonymous
27th August 2015
Thursday 11:56 pm
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>>394090

So did you get her back, after all that?
>> No. 394100 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 7:08 am
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>>394092
My workplace is full of chainsmokers, and listening to them breathe is an unsettling experience. Heavy, wheezy, laboured. Why would you do that to yourself?
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28th August 2015
Friday 1:01 pm
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>>394093

I know where you're trying to go with that, but I can assure you, I did it purely for my own health. Well, and it doesn't hurt to look a bit more healthy to indeed attract somebody new.
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28th August 2015
Friday 1:12 pm
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>>394100

I used to work at a company where they had this old guy who was five years from retirement working the mail room in the basement. And since he was a lifelong chainsmoker himself, that room was effectively unofficially declared the smoking room (this was before blanket workplace smoking bans). People would pop in numerous times during the day to have a chat with the guy and have a cigarette or two with him. The guy himself looked poorly, he was gasping and wheezing for air all the time. Every sentence he spoke was accompanied by heavy breathing and having to pause in mid-sentence for air. And because that room was in the basement, it only had two smallish basement windows which didn't even open all the way.

Also, since that was the mail room, all incoming mail was processed there and every morning when there was mail put on your desk in your office upstairs, it would have that smell of stale smoke on it, even though it had probably only spent half an hour in the mail room at all.

Back then, nobody really gave it much thought. The mail smelled of cigarettes, and that was that. Almost like my parents told me about the 1960s when they were little... factories poured their toxic waste in rivers, and, well, there was foam on the water and dead fish on the river banks, but people didn't really think that that was a bad thing.

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>> No. 394094 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 2:14 am
394094 ISIS red room, free, BRUTAL, live!
https://vlr2s4g732zw6yim.onion.to/

https://vlr2s4g732zw6yim.onion

n the 29th Aug 2015 00:00:00 UTC, right here, on this onion address, a new market will open. One that even the feds will love.

Do not miss the market opening. There will be a free event that you do not want to miss! Watch real life militant daft wog turn on each other.

The world wide hate against ISIS has created new demands and new possibilities. Let us satisfy your hate.

What to expect

We will with official media pictures and ISIS propaganda material prove to you that we have 7 very real ISIS The Great Whale Huntists in our capture.

Everything is live and interactive.
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>> No. 394103 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 8:18 am
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militant daft woggery.

Fucking hell, that was obvious.
>> No. 394104 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 8:27 am
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>>394102>>394103

God damn kids, get off my hardwood furniture message board.
>> No. 394106 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 12:50 pm
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The people turned to sodomy and all manner of excess, and the circus became ever more spectacular and cruel, and still the centre would not hold, and the empire would fall, and the hordes from the East would plunge humanity into 1000 years of darkness.

It is now 315 AD.
>> No. 394118 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 4:23 pm
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Terrоrіsm.
>> No. 394124 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 5:12 pm
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>>394104

That's not hardwood, it's quite clearly veneery.

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>> No. 393589 Anonymous
13th August 2015
Thursday 10:32 am
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So why exactly is the weather so grim at the minute?

I know this is Britain and all, but for the past month or so it's been heavy blanketing grey cloud from morning to evening, with a few exceptions. At least in the south-west.

That isn't right for summer, surely? It's not even this grim in darkest winter.
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>> No. 393649 Anonymous
14th August 2015
Friday 11:09 pm
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>I believe it is a word filter for deep sea fishing.

I've never been more proud of myself than I am for coming up with this utter ridiculousness.
>> No. 393651 Anonymous
14th August 2015
Friday 11:12 pm
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>>393644
What makes you think the middle class twats aren't crayfishs? By far they are the biggest crayfishs.
>> No. 394069 Anonymous
25th August 2015
Tuesday 12:21 pm
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I can't take it any more. How is there this much cloud? 2 months straight. Every day. In summer.
>> No. 394070 Anonymous
25th August 2015
Tuesday 12:22 pm
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Fuck off.
>> No. 394071 Anonymous
25th August 2015
Tuesday 2:29 pm
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Phwoar! Look at all that water. We're made up of about 65% water, don't you know?

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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. 394021 Anonymous
23rd August 2015
Sunday 6:52 pm
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I had a very odd dream. I was a black guy in India. I was enjoying the scenery and all that when all of a sudden, some Indian guy got off a bike and started trying to kick me. Before I knew it everyone on the street was trying to beat me up. They were shouting about how I disrespected India.

I ran as fas as I could, but the bikelad was quick. He caught up to me and slap my glasses off my face. At this point I was very anxious and frightened because I have very poor eye sight. I kept on running and everything was just a blur thanks to my shitty eyes. I ended up in the airport.

In the airport, I was standing around looking for something (I don't know what). The bikelad came in the airport area I was in and was trying to force me to come out so that he could beat me up. His mob was waiting outside as well. I fought him off good and kicked him down some stairs, when some old Nanook guy pushed me away and started speaking in Nanookic. For some reason I could understand what he was saying, and I replied back in Nanookic telling him to fuck off. He was not happy.

I woke up after that. I was the lad who said that I don't remember my dreams a few months back in this thread. What I remember now is that I do get very vivid and odd dreams that I remember only when it is really, really hot. So in the summers, I get a lot.
>> No. 394022 Anonymous
23rd August 2015
Sunday 7:01 pm
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I had a dream that somebody smashed up my laptop and stole the hard-drive. For whatever reason, this was one of the very few times I've ever genuinely woke and and thought "thank fuck it was only a dream"...
>> No. 394024 Anonymous
23rd August 2015
Sunday 7:16 pm
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I was talking to a lady about conspiracy theories. She was really into them, so I called her "spooky" (like Fox Mulder), but the lady was Angela Davis, so I was like "fuck, Angela Davis thinks I'm crayfish", but as that feeling came over me I woke up. Kind of a like a social version of the waking up falling dream, I suppose.
>> No. 394026 Anonymous
23rd August 2015
Sunday 7:27 pm
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I was a sheriff in the wild west, and I remember a great deal of fuss being made over my decision to wear a bowler hat instead of a more traditional cowboy hat. I reasoned that it provided superior protection from bullets. My main case was that of catching a killer. His profile stated that he was from Huddersfield, but we had little else to go on. We had a tip-off that he'd be in the saloon, and within moments of arriving I had him bang to rights. His disguise was excellent, were it not for the dead giveaway that he was the only person in the room drinking a pint of Tetley's.
>> No. 394032 Anonymous
23rd August 2015
Sunday 10:42 pm
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I had a dream I was visiting one of my exes from a long time ago, and at some point we were in her livingroom together, and she sat back lasciviously on her couch and lit up a cigarette for herself. She then said "So, tell me, do you have any children yet?". And I said "No... I guess there are enough children in the world without me having a crack at it". And she smiled and said, "I like the way you think", before blowing a puff of smoke my way. Then she got up from her couch and walked about the room, still quite lasciviously and seductively. I had a strong urge to make an advance at her to get her to go in the sack with me, but somehow I was afraid to make a move and just hesitantly kept watching her slowly walk about the room.

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>> No. 393378 Anonymous
6th August 2015
Thursday 11:47 am
393378 Pre-emptive Weekend thread
As I wont be here for the actual weekend, I thought I'd strike early.

Any plans for this weekend lads?

I'm off to build Boomtown Festival for a week on Friday, before attending said festival. Any of you bruvm8's gonna be there?

'Er-indoors is coming after the build. Should be a good ol' knees up.

Casually excited.
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>> No. 393468 Anonymous
10th August 2015
Monday 7:39 pm
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I'd rather have a KitKat.

We only really get 100+ posts on a weekend thread when it's two lads bickering over something daft, like someone hunting and killing a lion, or when a lad posts about his woman troubles, like them snooping on their phone.
>> No. 393469 Anonymous
10th August 2015
Monday 7:46 pm
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Lads, I'm having an affair with an African Tribal chief, whom I met during an illegal hunting expedition. My wife found out because she caught me chatting to him on facebook, and now she's threatening to tell him that I've got his pet Leopards head on my wall. I'm also slightly worried that she's upset that I'm using facebook, because apparently it makes me seem old.
Should I shave off my moustache to try and make it up to her?
>> No. 393471 Anonymous
10th August 2015
Monday 8:06 pm
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>>393469
Poor show, lad. You didn't even mention that the phone had been up a toddler's fanny.
>> No. 393472 Anonymous
10th August 2015
Monday 8:09 pm
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>>393471
Don't be sick, lad. It's only a laugh if you tickle the fanny with it. So jokes.
>> No. 393944 Anonymous
21st August 2015
Friday 6:54 pm
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Op here.

I was a DSTRKT5 lad. Finally recovered from the campaign. 'Twas excellent. I found 1 small circle comprised of a singular bindrummer, a tin whistler and a didgeridoo player in one woods and another circles made of hundreds of hippies on bins.

I had a great time throwing down to literally 98% of the music and L.es Than Jake was like time travel on stage.

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>> No. 393811 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 9:37 pm
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So the media keeps talking about Donald Trump and I remembered watching those Jerry Jackson videos where he constantly talks about trumping. I'm not a native English speaker so is this word really that common in Britain ior is it slang or underclass language?
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>> No. 393812 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 9:40 pm
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TRUMP
transitive verb
1: to get the better of : override <where ambition invariably trumps loyalty — Michael Kramer>
2: to play a trump on (a card or trick) when another suit was led
3: to expel flatulence (children's slang)
>> No. 393813 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 9:44 pm
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>>393812

I'm talking about the 3rd one, thanks.
>> No. 393816 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 10:24 pm
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>>393811
We don't use it very often in that context.

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>> No. 392918 Anonymous
27th July 2015
Monday 9:35 pm
392918 Internet Censorship
Old thread was deleted because some moron included the link to the offending website.

Have you ever experienced Internet censorship? Not just at the ISP level but from the moderation/administration of websites. Should governments and ISPs have the power to censor the Internet even if it's CP?

Do ISP's log attempted access to blocked sites?
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>> No. 393783 Anonymous
16th August 2015
Sunday 11:19 pm
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>>393781

What's wrong?
Still have no microscope in your 1624?
>> No. 393784 Anonymous
16th August 2015
Sunday 11:32 pm
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>>393782

>It's image nanojoke with secret nanopayload.

Ok, I don't know if it's just an act you are putting on, but the lack of certain pronouns in your sentence structure does give you away as possibly being a bona fide native speaker of a Slavic language.

I say "a" Slavic language, because I used to date a Czech girl, and although her English was pretty good for a foreigner by anyone's standards, her tendency not to use certain object pronouns was quite noticeable. She said she knew that many Slavic languages use object pronouns much more sparingly than we do in English.

For example, apparently it would be perfectly correct Czech to say "Milk man didn't come", whereas I told her that nine times out of ten, proper English would be "THE milk man didn't come".
>> No. 393786 Anonymous
16th August 2015
Sunday 11:45 pm
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>>393784
This humble British peasant was only copying the stereotypical Russian accent you'd see in films.
>> No. 393788 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 1:01 pm
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>Roskomnadzor
Feels like that should be in all caps.

ROSKOMNADZOR
>> No. 393810 Anonymous
17th August 2015
Monday 7:59 pm
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They chose the Sauron's Eye as logo.

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>> No. 393410 Anonymous
8th August 2015
Saturday 8:53 am
393410 Piss habits
Do you have any unusual piss habits?

Curious if anyone else does what I do. I don't like washing my hands after taking a piss as it dries the skin and it's a hangover from my teenlad days.

So to preserve hygiene, I slip my old chap through the slit in my boxers and grip it over the material. Thus saving me having to wash my hands. If you have trouble picturing this, imagine the bun is the boxer material and I grab the bun.
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>> No. 393614 Anonymous
14th August 2015
Friday 2:02 pm
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>>393586

DCI Piddler of the C.I.Pee, at your service.

Just an umbrella, no coat today. The tartan one.
>> No. 393656 Anonymous
15th August 2015
Saturday 12:31 am
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I pee on my wife every morning. We take a shower together (yeah, the bitch fancies all that eco-bullshit). At first I was a bit annoyed with lack of privacy in my own shower, but then I found out that I can easily get away with peeing on her legs (she can't feel a thing when she washes her hair). This habit is probably the only reason why we are still together...
>> No. 393657 Anonymous
15th August 2015
Saturday 12:33 am
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>>393656
Hold onto her.
>> No. 393664 Anonymous
15th August 2015
Saturday 1:46 am
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>(she can't feel a thing when she washes her hair)

When I read the first half of that sentence, for a split second I thought that your wife is in a wheelchair.

Not nice pissing on a paraplegic's legs and thinking it's ok because they can't feel anything.

But that's not what you do. I apologise.
>> No. 393921 Anonymous
21st August 2015
Friday 1:17 pm
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>>393664
Yeah stick to peeing on able-bodied people.

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>> No. 393662 Anonymous
15th August 2015
Saturday 1:42 am
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Whilst settling down for the night, I have noticed I appear to have rapidly grown a new nipple under my armpit.

It's a bit red, it's not a spot though I don't think. I've never been a warty person, my old man is like.

Should I try lancing it or something?
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>> No. 393665 Anonymous
15th August 2015
Saturday 2:18 am
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>>393662

You should be posting this in /fat/, but I'll tell you what you'll get told there for free.

Go see a doctor.

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>> No. 393487 Anonymous
11th August 2015
Tuesday 1:22 pm
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Can we have a tea and toast thread? We never seem to have them anymore. Either we do this or I will flood /IQ/ with Danny Dyer erotic fiction!
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>> No. 393503 Anonymous
11th August 2015
Tuesday 5:59 pm
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>>393496
Potatoes are greatly enhanced by spring onions. The bread looks a little orangey, I wonder if tomato soup was one of its ingredients.
>> No. 393505 Anonymous
11th August 2015
Tuesday 6:15 pm
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>>393491 >>393492
EXIF is used by the browser to correctly orientate the image when you open it, but brian's thumbnailing function fails to take this metadata into account.

Workaround: don't rely on EXIF.
>> No. 393639 Anonymous
14th August 2015
Friday 9:09 pm
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>>393487
That's actually a good looking breakfast. Probably gone cold by now.
>> No. 393640 Anonymous
14th August 2015
Friday 9:43 pm
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>>393639
It's now been turned into poo and flushed away.
>> No. 393641 Anonymous
14th August 2015
Friday 10:08 pm
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>>393640

It's humbling to think that any one of us could have ended up this way. When you're feeling down, always remember that once you were the fastest sperm.

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>> No. 393512 Anonymous
12th August 2015
Wednesday 3:37 am
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There is talk going around that ISIS will try to kill The Queen on Saturday. It got me thinking about the lack of successful attempts on the lives of British Monarchs throughout our history and how that might link to the historical lack of revolution in Britain compared to similar nations.

Someone on my facebook page in a similar discussion said most unexpectedly that he would fight to the death for the Queen's life - he's not the sort of person one would ordinarily expect to come out with such patriotic views, being an ageing heavy metal singer and anarchist if anything in his worldview.

If the Queen was to be assassinated I am sure that many anti-Royalists and radicals of other stripes would be quietly quite pleased about it even if they don't agree with the ISIS reason for it - my enemies' enemies are not my friends, y'know.

My personal view is that the assassination of members of the Royal Family would trigger a great deal of change in the UK - more so than the assassination of a PM. Their role in the state is of course symbolic but I guess I'm looking at this from a kind of psychological perspective.

What do you think /b/? Would you give two fucks about these horsefaced Germans? Would you be surprised with the depths of your sorrow as many were over Diana?
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>> No. 393596 Anonymous
13th August 2015
Thursday 5:57 pm
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>>393571
>his 'alleged' grandad acting like a crayfish knob

How dare you, Prince Philip is a national treasure.
www.independent.co.uk/news/people/prince-philip-90-of-the-duke-of-edinburghs-most-excruciating-gaffes-and-jokes-10395716.html

>>393573
So you do understand giving your life for a concept. Now explain why parliamentary democracy that willingly continues to support the Queen as head of state should be ignored because you don't like it.

Perhaps we could go on to discuss why you would die for our parliamentary democracy but haven't got on a plane to some god-awful country like Libya to protect theirs.

>>393574
>Anyway I kind of suspect you're just a yanklad trolling what with yer, lack of vowels and "zees". I'm gonna bow out of this pointless tedious debate now.

Is this normally how you end conversations? No I am not nor will I ever be an American.
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>> No. 393597 Anonymous
13th August 2015
Thursday 6:31 pm
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>>393596
>So you do understand giving your life for a concept
Yes, lad. Nobody is claiming to have difficulty with this idea... See >>393549

>Now explain why parliamentary democracy that willingly continues to support the Queen as head of state should be ignored because you don't like it
I'm sorry, I don't know how to respond to this abortion of a sentence.

>Perhaps we could go on to discuss why you would die for our parliamentary democracy but haven't got on a plane to some god-awful country like Libya to protect theirs.
Perhaps we shouldn't, because that would be a fucking moronic discussion.
>> No. 393601 Anonymous
13th August 2015
Thursday 7:52 pm
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I stop reading posts that have a lot of greentexting. It is very off-putting.
>> No. 393602 Anonymous
13th August 2015
Thursday 7:54 pm
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>>393601
That tends to happen when you have nothing of substance to say in response to them.
>> No. 393603 Anonymous
13th August 2015
Thursday 8:01 pm
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>>393602
Are you one of the lads here having a cunt off? Calm down mate. I stopped reading what you lot are saying ages ago. Stop greentexting. Type everything up in nice and concise paragraphs.

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>> No. 392562 Anonymous
15th July 2015
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How do you use Ebay Argos click and collect? How do you prove who you are when you go and pick up your purchase?
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>> No. 392748 Anonymous
18th July 2015
Saturday 5:49 pm
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>>392745

Resting bitch face most likely.
>> No. 392750 Anonymous
18th July 2015
Saturday 5:53 pm
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>>392745
Well at first I read the sign behind her as "enjoy great value from your rectum", which would be an excellent explanation.
>> No. 392758 Anonymous
18th July 2015
Saturday 7:40 pm
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>>392744
Thanks, good to know.
>> No. 393537 Anonymous
12th August 2015
Wednesday 5:26 pm
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>>392571
Is that really Nick?
>> No. 393538 Anonymous
12th August 2015
Wednesday 5:50 pm
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>>393537

U takin the piss m8?

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>> No. 393304 Anonymous
3rd August 2015
Monday 5:42 pm
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Come on Cillawanklad, tell us you traumatic tale of eighties telly wanking. We don't judge people here.
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>> No. 393475 Anonymous
10th August 2015
Monday 9:22 pm
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>>393474
I don't believe anyone's saying it's obsolete, just that it's not popular among younger people. Most people are adults, so it makes sense that it could still be the biggest social network despite that.

And it's probably useful to note that the fact that an entity is the biggest in its field doesn't mean it can't be obsolete. Even the biggest and best buggy whip manufacturer was making a product doomed to failure by the early 20th century, to bastardise that Danny Devito speech.
>> No. 393476 Anonymous
10th August 2015
Monday 9:38 pm
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>>393475

Speak for yourself!
>> No. 393485 Anonymous
11th August 2015
Tuesday 11:50 am
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>And it's probably useful to note that the fact that an entity is the biggest in its field doesn't mean it can't be obsolete.

It's the classic tale of market leaders missing and overlooking technological innovation. Commodore had the biggest market share in home computers in the early to mid-1980s. But they failed to realise that IBM-compatible personal computers were the next big thing and that that was going to be the industry standard. And that's one of the key reasons why they went tits up. The same is true about Nokia. They were the global leaders in the mobile phone market for over 15 years with an unrivalled standing, but they completely misjudged the importance of smartphones as a new, industry-changing trend. Nokia's sales continued to dwindle even when they tried their best to catch up with smartphones of their own as market followers, but it was already too late, and eventually Nokia was forced to sell off its entire mobile phones branch.

A good way to conceptualise this is the Porter Five Forces analysis.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porter_five_forces_analysis
>> No. 393488 Anonymous
11th August 2015
Tuesday 1:27 pm
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>>393475

They would still stay in business even if horses went extinct as some of the deviants on this site would buy them in order to be whipped by second rate Laurie "Captain Ahab" Penny types.
>> No. 393494 Anonymous
11th August 2015
Tuesday 3:16 pm
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>>393475
> just that it's not popular among younger people
I've heard it's because their parents are there too. Something along the lines: when parents join the party, it's time to fuck off.

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