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>> No. 402260 Anonymous
3rd June 2016
Friday 11:27 am
402260 Weekend thread.
Got anything planned? Going away?

Tonight I'm having a quiet one in with pizza, wine, weed and an escort. I'm in my 40s and divorced.
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>> No. 404252 Anonymous
30th July 2016
Saturday 10:19 pm
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Strange to think I've reached an age (27) where I don't give a shit about women as much - possibly to do with the fact I have my own gf, but suddenly a litany of girls come out of the woodwork and imply they'd shag me. It's very strange.

I had a masters student I taught for a while, and his mate was this american Asian lass, she was quite fit, but I left it at that. He sent me a message saying she thinks "I'm cool", I was like "haha, nice yeah, whatever", and didn't think much of it - but then every so often I'd get a message from him saying "Fancy going out for a drink with XXXX ? " I really didn't like this anymore, it was cute, now it's tedious.

I told him I have gf, and that he should keep his messages based on work, I was firm about this - but I felt he got off on this masochistic match-making bollocks - especially because I knew he fancied her and was too much of a puff to do anything about it.
>> No. 404255 Anonymous
30th July 2016
Saturday 11:40 pm
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I know the feeling. I get much more interest from women these days now that my life is in order but I couldn't give a toss after a string of bad relationships. I've learnt my lesson.
>> No. 404256 Anonymous
31st July 2016
Sunday 12:53 am
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Is it necessary to slut shame?
>> No. 404258 Anonymous
31st July 2016
Sunday 1:31 am
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>> No. 404260 Anonymous
31st July 2016
Sunday 1:42 am
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In this case, yes.

>> No. 404237 Anonymous
30th July 2016
Saturday 7:54 pm
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Were you ever placed in lunch isolation? Did your school have any inhumane rules?
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>> No. 404254 Anonymous
30th July 2016
Saturday 11:26 pm
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In lower school I had special needs classes for reading and writing which caused me to miss part of the Wednesday lesson before lunch. This meant I never got as much work done as everyone else.

In any normal class this would be excused because there was no way I was going to get anything done in time but my teacher was one of those bullies you get who has been teaching for far too long. Every week I had lunchtime detention which went on for months and she was trying to get me held back a year by going through it all with my parents about how I'm a retard.

Naturally my self esteem was shattered but it all worked out in the end after she went on leave (hopefully it was cancer). The new teacher was ace and I got out of special needs once we started learning about Romans and Space because they noticed the problem was I just didn't care about the stuff before.

Near the end of the year the old bitch came back one day and I distinctly remember her making some snide remark to the new teacher about how much trouble I must be only the new teacher stuck up for me and pointed out I was a bright lad in quite a pissed off tone.
>> No. 404257 Anonymous
31st July 2016
Sunday 1:20 am
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It seems unfair that children of deadbeat parents should be made to pay for the sins of their parents.

I was in school in the 90s. Maybe I just went to a school with more diligent parents or more lenient faculty, but I can't remember a time when somebody was put in lunch isolation because their parents didn't pay the lunch money.

To my knowledge, lunch isolation was reserved as a punishment for offences against school code of conduct committed by pupils. One of my mates brought a Swiss army knife to school once. It was more or less accidental because he had used his school rucksack to transport fishig gear the weekend before when he went fishing with his dad. But because the school had a zero tolerance policy against weapons, he was made to partake in lunch isolation for a few days.
>> No. 404259 Anonymous
31st July 2016
Sunday 1:38 am
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I doubt this happens in all schools now, but I wouldn't be surprised if it did since we are going back to nice, old Victorian times.

This happened in a school in London run by a mental bint. It made the news a couple of days (weeks?) back.
>> No. 404262 Anonymous
31st July 2016
Sunday 2:13 am
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>Did your school have any inhumane rules?

At my school we had the compulory fight with the grizzly bear with all new boys had to go through. And St Tagger's day when by an old tradition, boys who had been at the school for less than two years were allowed to be nailed to the walls by senior pupils.
>> No. 404263 Anonymous
31st July 2016
Sunday 2:36 am
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>> No. 404155 Anonymous
26th July 2016
Tuesday 5:48 am
404155 early morning gs
Why are you up at this hour?
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>> No. 404159 Anonymous
26th July 2016
Tuesday 7:27 am
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Hungover as fuck in bed with my mate's crush, we didn't have sex or anything though. My fucking head.
>> No. 404160 Anonymous
26th July 2016
Tuesday 4:03 pm
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Why do I never find myself in these situations?
>> No. 404161 Anonymous
26th July 2016
Tuesday 5:12 pm
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I'm going to hazard a guess that you don't drink two bottles of wine on Monday nights.
>> No. 404167 Anonymous
26th July 2016
Tuesday 7:43 pm
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The trick is to go home at weekends, even if you're abroad (within reason, of course). Once you start demanding double bubble + expenses for weekends away they'll soon figure out a way to get you home. Another thing I used to do was to just change hotels every couple of days, even if it was just to get a fresh room.
>> No. 404217 Anonymous
30th July 2016
Saturday 12:01 am
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I'm still up because I've got a work project that needs finishing.

I've got a little bit of C code yet to write which I didn't manage to complete at work today. At first it didn't compile, but now that those bugs have all been sorted out, it still doesn't do what I would like it to do.

But I think I'll call it a day now. I've got a few bottles of Stella in the fridge that I will now probably start drinking in front of the TV by myself.

>> No. 404211 Anonymous
29th July 2016
Friday 6:24 pm
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sup, b.
I'm from 2ch.hk(russian bord). and I have come for your memes. New memes.
Without pepe, benis etc.
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>> No. 404212 Anonymous
29th July 2016
Friday 6:25 pm
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Hello comrade. You're welcome to post here but please limit threads like that to our >>/zoo/ board.

>> No. 404210 Anonymous
29th July 2016
Friday 4:00 am
404210 RIP Garibaldi

>> No. 404205 Anonymous
28th July 2016
Thursday 5:10 pm
404205 Edinburgh Festival
Planning on going to the Edinburgh festival next month. However, I heard they rip you off on accommodation in the city. Can anyone recommend any semi-decent reasonably priced digs?

Maybe something on the outskirts and traveling in.
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>> No. 404206 Anonymous
28th July 2016
Thursday 5:55 pm
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You've left it a bit late. You'll have to take what you can get, really - most places are already fully booked or very close to it. If you're going midweek, expect to pay £20-£30 for a dorm bed in a hostel, £60-£80 for a private room in a uni hall and £120-£150 for a B&B or two-star hotel. Get in quick while there's still something left.
>> No. 404207 Anonymous
28th July 2016
Thursday 7:52 pm
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Take a tent.
>> No. 404209 Anonymous
29th July 2016
Friday 3:14 am
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Just go for the proper native experience; stay up for three days on buckfast and vallies before pissing all over your unconscious self on the National Express home.

>> No. 403719 Anonymous
7th July 2016
Thursday 7:03 pm
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She is in a relationship now. Life no longer has meaning or hope.
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>> No. 404145 Anonymous
25th July 2016
Monday 6:43 pm
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Yop sounds delightfully believable as one of those quaint old-fashioned racial slurs.
>> No. 404147 Anonymous
25th July 2016
Monday 7:11 pm
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>home-grown produce (vegetables, but fruit in particular) is just so much tastier than the stuff you get in supermarkets

I've never had a 'home grown' cucumber as nice as a shop bought one. For some reason people like to grow the varieties with tough skins.
>> No. 404148 Anonymous
25th July 2016
Monday 7:19 pm
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A lot of common home grown varieties should really be peeled first, you can grow thin skinned varieties similar to supermarket cucumbers yourself but they tend to need to be grown in greenhouses.
But even then, the loss of flavour in the varieties that supermarkets sell is at least partly intentional, the trend for breeding is mainly in favour of size and convenience, and that's a trade-off against flavour.
>> No. 404153 Anonymous
25th July 2016
Monday 8:51 pm
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I'd let ARE LAURIE grow my cucumber IYKWIM.
>> No. 404185 Anonymous
27th July 2016
Wednesday 5:49 pm
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That's because it's only one letter off from wop.

>> No. 404070 Anonymous
19th July 2016
Tuesday 11:32 pm
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It is 11:30pm. It has no business being 25 degrees.

Make it stop.
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>> No. 404079 Anonymous
20th July 2016
Wednesday 8:12 pm
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>Fuck me, I hate summer.
>> No. 404080 Anonymous
20th July 2016
Wednesday 10:26 pm
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>It is 11:30pm. It has no business being 25 degrees.

Ungrateful sod. 60 days of sunshine a year in Britain, and you complain about the one night when we've got balmy temperatures after sunset?
>> No. 404081 Anonymous
21st July 2016
Thursday 6:35 am
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Justmovedtothepolarlad here, you lot don't know you're born.
>> No. 404098 Anonymous
23rd July 2016
Saturday 1:35 am
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so what're good ways to cool off that actually work?
>> No. 404100 Anonymous
23rd July 2016
Saturday 4:04 am
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Clearly it is the perfect time to complain.

>> No. 403967 Anonymous
13th July 2016
Wednesday 9:40 pm
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I want to learn a new language. How would I start on my path to learning German? Is it true it gets harder as you get older?
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>> No. 404003 Anonymous
15th July 2016
Friday 9:55 pm
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You a bit like this Zein lad then, Somalilad?
>> No. 404004 Anonymous
15th July 2016
Friday 10:02 pm
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>is Somali really my first language and mother tongue, even if I can't speak it?
Doesn't stop many millions of Northerners and Americans claiming English as their mother tongue even if they can't speak it.
>> No. 404005 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 2:19 am
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That used to happen a lot at my school, but sadly my brother used to accompany me to my parents' evenings.
>> No. 404012 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 4:36 am
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You think in English and translate it into Somali. English if your mother tongue. I'm somewhat linguistically schizophrenic as depending on the day of the week I can either be thinking (as in terms of my internal monologue) in either English or Portuguese.

I already gave an example of this above, but I already speak a fairly competent level of Dutch but I can't think in Dutch. If I have to translate Dutch to Portuguese I have to go via English first.
>> No. 404055 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 7:13 pm
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Immerse yourself as much as possible. Make the language as much a part of your daily life as anything else. e.g. start watching German tv bulletins, start lurking Krautchan and listen to German bands. Not only do you begin to pick up certain nuances of the language but you get a real sense of their culture at the same time which adds an extra dimension to the learning experience which you don't get out of formal language lessons. It's a real struggle to even make sense of simple phrases at first but persevere and it really does become exponentially easier.

Speaking from experience. I'm not a native Italian speaker but DioChan, Rai TV and Pavarotti-Lad have all helped me to converse with my Italian relatives.

>> No. 404025 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 9:24 pm
404025 Litterbugggering
Just put it in a bin.

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>> No. 404029 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 10:00 pm
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No weirder than this genuine cinema advert for Keep Britain Tidy:

>> No. 404030 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 10:06 pm
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In Soviet Russia litter make you look rubbish

>> No. 404053 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 2:39 pm
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G'wan Patch, g'wan!
>> No. 404054 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 5:17 pm
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Presumably a bit of wish-fulfillment there. I often fantasise about having magic powers that cause the litter that people throw on the ground somehow finding its way into their front gardens.

>> No. 403978 Anonymous
14th July 2016
Thursday 7:18 pm
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I need a new watch lads.

I've not bought a watch in ages, but want something a bit like this one. I quite like the brown leather straps, willing to take a plastic strap if it looks a bit trendy (23 years old), but don't like metal straps.

Bonus points if it's mildly waterproof (too lazy to take it off in the shower)

I'll buy you a pint if you can find one that has a silent (vibrating) alarm.

Cheers lads. Amazon has been surprisingly fruitless.
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>> No. 404033 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 11:13 pm
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>On more than one occasion, after being rejected by a lass on a night out, he told them that his watch was worth more than their life and he could own her if he wanted to.

Ok, that is just fucking pathetic. It was one of the best decisions those lasses ever made in their lives to turn him down. What a sorry excuse for a human being.

But I know the type. Grown out but well coiffed hair, polo shirt, Tommy Hilfiger sweater carefully draped casually thrown around his neck, vintage Persol sunglasses, some sort of expensive wrist watch, pricey leather shoes... drives his dad's old Jaguar convertible to uni, and oozes perceived superiority with every word, every gesture. Just popped into uni for a few semesters to pick up a degree so it won't look too dodgy when Daddy gets him an executive job at the bank or Daddy's own company. Oh, and he spends his winters skiing in the Alps, and his summers hanging out with D list celebrities in St Tropez. Hey, he's just stating fact, not bragging.

What he won't tell you is that in primary school, he got his arse kicked by the other kids, whose parents were inundated with lawsuit threats by his dad, which resulted in yet more arse kicking. And girls started losing interest when word got around that he still wet his bed at 14.

Ah, stereotypes.
>> No. 404036 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 11:23 pm
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>Archie Lloyd, 18,

Who the fuck still names their child Archibald nowadays... or even 18 years ago. Even the upper classes must have realised at some point that names like that are just a big piss take on your offspring.

It's a bit like something Rob Beckett once said... "Don't get me wrong, Rupert is a perfectly good name. I just never thought I'd meet one".
>> No. 404050 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 10:05 am
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While I totally agree with your sentiment about that persons loathsome acquaintance, your caricature says more about you than him, stereotypical or not.
>> No. 404051 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 12:36 pm
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It's a relatively common name in the working class these days.
>> No. 404052 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 1:52 pm
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The truth is that that's almost not a caricature at all. I met people at uni who were actually every bit like that.

>> No. 402786 Anonymous
22nd June 2016
Wednesday 3:07 pm
402786 Vote Remain!

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>> No. 404045 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 4:02 am
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Eurosceptics didn't start moaning until 1992 actually, the fact that it was never voted on was a fucking farce.
>> No. 404046 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 4:10 am
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Ah, my mistake. Still, two and a bit decades is still significantly longer than three weeks...
>> No. 404047 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 4:11 am
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>Eurosceptics didn't start moaning until 1992 actually
Said nobody ever who actually knows anything about history.
>> No. 404048 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 5:20 am
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Excuse me but I know what I'm talking about and was actively involved in the Referendum party back in 1997.

Anyway, obviously it was extant prior to 1992 but Maastricht made it the iceberg en route for the Titanic.
>> No. 404049 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 5:37 am
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>was actively involved in the Referendum party back in 1997.
Wait a minute. I thought you said you knew what you were talking about. (That video was shit, BTW.)

I can assure you, the anti-European movement did not go away between 1975 and 1992. I can also assure you, contrary to what you may think, that the nature of the project was not hidden, neither in 1972 nor in 1975.

>> No. 346596 Anonymous
19th April 2013
Friday 7:15 am
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Another breakout of the paedogeddon has struck home!

Rolph Harris being named as the next* chap what done a noncing

All just rumours at present, but he has a weird moustache, and worked with kids, therefore, nonce.
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>> No. 398406 Anonymous
16th December 2015
Wednesday 9:07 pm
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shame on you. I might have laughed but that doesn't mean I'm not also disappointed in myself for it.
>> No. 404035 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 11:22 pm
404035 Justice
>Rance, of Louth, Lincolnshire, was jailed for two-and-a-half years.

This guy only got 2.5 years for causing serious injuries to 3 people through dangerous driving, where as Adam Johnson gets 6 years for fingering a girl who was less than a year away from the age of consent.


I can't help but feel a sense of injustice.
>> No. 404038 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 11:27 pm
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Write to the Attorney General complaining that the former's sentence is "unduly lenient".

>> No. 404042 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 3:34 am
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That'll work lad.
>> No. 404043 Anonymous
17th July 2016
Sunday 3:55 am
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Recent results on Google News certainly seem to think so.

>> No. 404006 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 2:32 am
404006 This Coup buiness Locked
So from what I can gather, in the constitution of turkey says it's a non secular nation, meaning religion doesn't involve with government, and the Army has used clause in the constitution saying they can cause a coup if the ones at the top have gone too far one way, The current president of Turkey is a fascist who made it illegal to speak out against him and has crushed the free press in Turkey, Although I don't approve of the hole armed up rising thing, I kind of want the Coup to be successful.
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>> No. 404007 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 2:44 am
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Why don't you air your non-opinion in the thread that already exists?
>> No. 404008 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 3:40 am
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> it's a non secular nation, meaning religion doesn't involve with government

That doesn't even make sense.
>> No. 404010 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 4:13 am
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Glad I'm not the only one who noticed that.
>> No. 404011 Anonymous
16th July 2016
Saturday 4:18 am
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> don't approve of the hole armed up rising thing

So you'd say you're anti-fisting?

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