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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. 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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>>401281
>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.
>> No. 401328 Anonymous
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?
>> No. 401333 Anonymous
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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>> No. 400910 Anonymous
4th April 2016
Monday 2:26 am
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I know there are at least a couple of lads here who are well versed in paying for sex. I have a few questions for you.

What's the deal with escort sites? Why is the same escort "Yvonne" on one site and "Daria" on another?

What's the correct phone etiquette? I've sifted through loads of escort sites and it seems you can't call the escorts individually, but have to contact them through the agency. Do I just call and say "hello, I would like an appointment with Yvonne please"? What happens after that? Do they give me the escort's phone number or contact her on my behalf?
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>> No. 401186 Anonymous
11th April 2016
Monday 12:16 am
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>>401183

Chemical castration.
>> No. 401187 Anonymous
11th April 2016
Monday 2:10 am
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>>401183

Regular castration.
>> No. 401188 Anonymous
11th April 2016
Monday 5:12 am
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>>401183
Occasional castration.
>> No. 401190 Anonymous
11th April 2016
Monday 6:44 am
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>>401186

In a lot of ways, that sounds like bliss right now.
>> No. 401193 Anonymous
11th April 2016
Monday 12:59 pm
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>>401190

Welcome to the wonderful world of your new (and surprisingly common) fetish.

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>> No. 401062 Anonymous
8th April 2016
Friday 6:48 am
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Lads, it's that time of year again.

Pick your filly.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3527989/Revellers-descend-Liverpool-s-Aintree-racecourse.html
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>> No. 401168 Anonymous
10th April 2016
Sunday 5:53 pm
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>>401166

Becky??
>> No. 401169 Anonymous
10th April 2016
Sunday 6:09 pm
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>>401165
Well stop loafing around and thing of some new ones.
>> No. 401170 Anonymous
10th April 2016
Sunday 6:57 pm
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Well, that was horrific.

What a waste of bandwidth.
>> No. 401171 Anonymous
10th April 2016
Sunday 7:35 pm
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>>401170
You just can't handle a real woman.
>> No. 401175 Anonymous
10th April 2016
Sunday 9:22 pm
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>>401141
Unintentionally hilarious article there.
>A collection of folk songs from Cumberland published in 1865 refers to villagers "enjoying their crack"
>Early Irish citations from the Irish Independent relate to rural Ulster: from 1950, "There was much good 'crack'
>Did I spoil your crack?
>You never saw such crack in your life, boys
>We'll have music, chat and crack

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>> No. 400766 Anonymous
1st April 2016
Friday 12:05 am
400766 Stewart Lee
Can somebody please explain Stewart Lee to me?

Each new series he makes, I do try to like him but every time I'm only left feeling more frustrated.

His act appears to boil down to drawing out each joke to an excruciatingly tedious length, and then repeating it two more times in even greater tedious detail. He will then move on to analyse the audience's analysis the previous joke in another painfully long, drawn out routine.

Other forms of humour such as slapstick I might not necessarily find funny but I can understand why others might. This isn't the case with Lee. I find his popularity utterly perplexing and it annoys me that I don't get it. What am I missing gs?
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>> No. 401083 Anonymous
8th April 2016
Friday 1:16 pm
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Humour is subjective. We get into trouble when we start acting like it's objective. If you don't find a comedian funny, that's fine. Just keep in mind that your judgement is a subjective preference. Likewise, if you do find a comedian funny, it doesn't mean that everyone who disagrees with you is wrong. The fact that you don't find something funny doesn't mean that you're not clever enough to get the joke.

One of the highest complements in comedy is "It's not really for me, but it's brilliantly done". A lot of alternative comedians have huge respect for people like Jason Manford or Michael McIntyre, even if they don't find their material particularly funny. Complete arseholes like Bernard Manning or Jim Davidson still get a kind of grudging respect from many comedians. Club comedians respect people who can write an hour of storytelling, artsy comedians respect people who can control a room full of rowdy stags and hens. Everyone who has been on stage has learned through bitter experience that it's really hard to make a room full of people laugh.

Stewart Lee is considered a bit of a prick in comedy circles, because he doesn't take that attitude. He has been blatantly disrespectful towards a lot of other comedians, both on and off stage. Stewart Lee is often the first experience people have of "serious" standup, but his attitude really isn't representative of the comedy community. Many of his fans don't appreciate the context for his bitter ranting and think that disparaging other forms of comedy is a sign of intelligence. That's why there has been a bit of a backlash against him amongst comedy nerds. Lee is widely respected as an innovative and skillful comedian, but he does piss a lot of people off.

Did anyone notice the hearing aid material he blatantly nicked off Brendon Burns?
>> No. 401085 Anonymous
8th April 2016
Friday 2:47 pm
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>>401075
> at no point have I believed I wasn't just watching a routine with him, where as say Doug Stanhope I've believed he was just drunkenly rambling at the time

And that's the joke.
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8th April 2016
Friday 3:40 pm
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>>401085
>that's the joke.

Obviously. When you say that, where somebody else is say, using it as an example to illustrate the Distancing effect and therefore must be aware of what they are talking about is really a performance, you look like an arrogant smug tool.
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8th April 2016
Friday 6:23 pm
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>>401088
I'm not sure you understand me, and I'm sure I don't understand you, so I'm going to be more explicit: believing Doug Stanhope is drunk is the exact opposite of the Distancing effect. Lee *wants* you to be aware that it's just a routine. He *wants* you to see the scaffolding, he's showing his working. If you don't find it funny, that's fine, it's not for everyone, but that doesn't make me a smug tool, any more than it makes you an ignorant cockwomble.
>> No. 401116 Anonymous
9th April 2016
Saturday 12:28 pm
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>>401096
>but that doesn't make me a smug tool, any more than it makes you an ignorant cockwomble.
Wrong on both counts there I think.

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>> No. 401047 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 5:55 pm
401047 Fish stocking.
Sorry to be that person with the dull hobby that fits in none of the sub-boards.

I've got a tropical tank and I've been trying to work out what the limit is to how many fish I can keep, however everything I read tells me something different.

I've got a 60 litre tank with a 3 stage filter that takes up the whole of the back portion of the tank. I'm currently keeping 3 mollies, 1 female dwarf gourami and a clown plec. Is that reasonable amount of fish for the capacity or could I potentially add more?

If it makes the thread more interesting I can post tits and cocks, depending on your preference.
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>> No. 401048 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 6:02 pm
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>> No. 401051 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 6:13 pm
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>>401048 Tried that. I don't know the make of my tank or the filter so it doesn't really work for me.
>> No. 401055 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 9:37 pm
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>>401047
Get an external filter, the Fluval ones are quite cheap. You need good biological filtration and the internal filters just don't cut it.

The plec will create a lot of shit/mess, probably not ideal for that size tank. Get rid of that and you can probably add a few more smaller ones like Tetras or something.
>> No. 401061 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 11:35 pm
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>>401055 Not sure where my filter stands, as I'm relatively new to this. I thought it was an ok bit of kit, it's built in as part of the tank, has 3 large wodges of sponge, ceramic bio rings, bioballs and activated carbon. I was hoping that having a decent filter would cancel out some of the effects of the plec.

Thanks for advice in advance.

Not unlike attached picture, however split into 3 parts

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>> No. 401056 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 10:06 pm
401056 Rudie Nudies Locked
Ladm9s,

I have come across a certain website that people from the UK post nude pictures of girls they know. I figured at least one of the two of you on here might be interested in such a thing.

Problem is, will linking said website result in me recieving a well deserved smack from the banhammer or would it be allowed? There's no underage noncing as far as I know and it all seems legal and above board (as much as anything like that ever could be anyway.

Failing that does anyone have any mirthful stories regarding their favourite village bicycles? Might make a break from the weekend threads
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>> No. 401057 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 10:12 pm
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>There's no underage noncing as far as I know
Well as long as there's nothing there to do with children who don't know what they're doing. I'd hate for images to appear of someone who hadn't given their consent.
>> No. 401058 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 10:14 pm
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>>401056
No one cares that you just discovered anonib or the British girls board on 8ch. Who did you think you were going to impress with this?

Delete this.
>> No. 401059 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 10:30 pm
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>>401056

>well deserved smack from the banhammer

If you post it on /b/ it definitely will, but there is nothing stopping you from posting pictures you find there on /x/. If the mods think it is of questionable age, they'll delete it. britfa.gs doesn't exist to advertise your board for you, so any links thread that wasn't to porn vids would probably be treated as spam and deleted.
>> No. 401060 Anonymous
7th April 2016
Thursday 10:32 pm
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>>401056

Questions about the site and the site's rules go in /shed/.

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>> No. 400893 Anonymous
3rd April 2016
Sunday 6:37 pm
400893 Online dating experiment
In the name of Science I am conducting an online experiment related to online dating. Cynics would call what I am doing trolling or a shit version of the Jason Fotuny Craigslist experiment. They would be wrong.

Some of you guys are ok, just be careful on Fetlife.
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>> No. 400928 Anonymous
4th April 2016
Monday 7:48 pm
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Update: The experiment is showing that people do not read profiles, we should thank our Lord and Saviour Si for the grammarism on this site and Fetlife is a terrible site on so many levels.
>> No. 400929 Anonymous
4th April 2016
Monday 7:52 pm
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>>400907
>He was right about the Ireland
He was very wrong about the Ireland mate. Totally, indisputably wrong.
>> No. 400931 Anonymous
4th April 2016
Monday 8:35 pm
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>>400928

Can you go into further detail?
>> No. 400946 Anonymous
5th April 2016
Tuesday 4:47 pm
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>>400931

It looks like he got poorly written correspondence.
>> No. 400947 Anonymous
5th April 2016
Tuesday 6:04 pm
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>>400946

Not so much an experiment as an attempt to delude himself into thinking he's not signing up there to score, then.

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>> No. 400786 Anonymous
1st April 2016
Friday 2:40 pm
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>Google has reversed one of its April Fools’ Day pranks after it caused a number Gmail users to unwittingly insert GIFs into business emails and other important communications.

>The U.S. internet giant is usually celebrated for its creative April Fools gags — some of its others today are funny — but the Big G’s attempt to inject humor into email via a ‘Mic Drop’ button that inserts a Minions GIF in Gmail messages backfired.

>“Today, Gmail is making it easier to have the last word on any email with Mic Drop. Simply reply to any email using the new ‘Send + Mic Drop’ button. Everyone will get your message, but that’s the last you’ll ever hear about it. Yes, even if folks try to respond, you won’t see it,” Google explained when it launched the button on April 1.

http://techcrunch.com/2016/04/01/google-reverses-gmail-april-1-prank-after-users-mistakently-put-gifs-into-important-emails/

So apparently a few geniuses managed to ignore the warning box and send 'important' emails with this totes hilarious .gif and are now feeling incredibly unhappy about it. Really I fail to see how it can be that bad unless you are already known to be the sort of wanker that people would credibly believe to send such a gif and then ignore their follow-ups, but maybe I'm wrong and Google has gone too far this time around.

Anyway, what other 'hilarious' April Fool's pranks have you lot been enjoying/cringing at today?
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>> No. 400913 Anonymous
4th April 2016
Monday 10:20 am
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>>400906

I've always been somebody who felt annoyed by fads and crazes of any kind. To me, they have always been a sign of mental weakness of the unquestioning feeble-minded masses who needed somebody to tell them what to like and be interested in at any given point in time.

I've always created my own fads for myself, things that I got excited about and had a passing interest in.

Life is so much better on my own little island.
>> No. 400916 Anonymous
4th April 2016
Monday 10:58 am
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>>400906

That image genuinely brightened my day, thanks.
>> No. 400923 Anonymous
4th April 2016
Monday 4:59 pm
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>>400916
Jim'll Paint It, mate, he's a modern institution.
>> No. 400924 Anonymous
4th April 2016
Monday 5:12 pm
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>>400923
Remember when we had our own drawfag? That was nice.
>> No. 400925 Anonymous
4th April 2016
Monday 5:20 pm
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>>400924
Still here. This is you. Good eh?

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>> No. 400781 Anonymous
1st April 2016
Friday 11:07 am
400781 Now you're gone.
Goodbye England's Rose.
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>> No. 400869 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 9:38 pm
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>>400864

I find it amusing that you've actually devoted an entire paragraph towards thinking this through.
>> No. 400874 Anonymous
3rd April 2016
Sunday 12:29 am
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Denise was lovely. She would have sat and had a cup of tea with anyone on /Emo and made sure that they were alright.
>> No. 400875 Anonymous
3rd April 2016
Sunday 12:33 am
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>>400869
We're nothing if not pedantic.
>> No. 400878 Anonymous
3rd April 2016
Sunday 12:40 am
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>We're nothing if not pedantic.

NONCE
>> No. 400889 Anonymous
3rd April 2016
Sunday 10:46 am
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>>400874

Anyone apart from auntifucker.

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>> No. 400813 Anonymous
1st April 2016
Friday 9:28 pm
400813 FRIDAY EMERGENCY!
Long story abreviated:

40's divorcee with very high responsiblity job, went out tonight, got weed for the fisrt time in over a decade, argued with girlfriend, ordered escort. What will happen?

Listening to old jungle for the first time in ages as well.
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>> No. 400845 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 12:37 pm
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>>400840
Maybe he's the one left hanging.
>> No. 400848 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 2:39 pm
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Keep living the dream, OP lad.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBcLvJdrbro
>> No. 400849 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 2:54 pm
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Will you buy be a motorbike?
>> No. 400857 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 6:38 pm
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>>400839
Imagine if loads of people died just because you had a joint. I don't even smoke weed and I couldn't deal with that responsibility.
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3rd April 2016
Sunday 12:44 am
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>40's divorcee with very high responsiblity job, went out tonight, got weed for the fisrt time in over a decade, argued with girlfriend, ordered escort. What will happen? Listening to old jungle for the first time in ages as well.

Sacked, drug addiction, AIDS, arsepissed by bongo enrichers, job as .gsadmin.

Obviously.

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>> No. 400727 Anonymous
30th March 2016
Wednesday 11:44 pm
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It seems strange that there's a Victoria's Secret in KSA. They have literally morality police in the malls pulling stakeouts to catch men waving at women.

On a side note, a lot of Saudi women are fit af.
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>> No. 400834 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 5:26 am
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>>400804

And while I'm it do the guys (and girls) still use bluetooth to silently signal to each other in malls while avoiding the gaze of the Mutaween, or have people switched to some kind of GPS-based burkah'd up Tinder? Inquiring minds demand to know...

I remember being in a lift in a mall there once when 4-5 obviously teenage (despite being bin-bagged up to the nines) girls got in and all just stared at me until we got to the next floor. While at the time I cursed myself for not having my bluetooth set up, I was also relieved to not have the shit kicked out of me for being with unaccompanied women in an enclosed space. Sometimes being 6 foot plus and blonde has its downsides. Inch'The Great White Whale.
>> No. 400870 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 10:36 pm
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>>400834
They still do the bluetooth thing, but they also heavily use whatsapp and other apps like that. It is weird, because sometimes whatsapp would just stop working. Can they block an app?
>> No. 400871 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 10:38 pm
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>>400833
How do you lads get these kinds of jobs? Are there any agencies that I could look up? Or do you lot just go up to their websites and apply?
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2nd April 2016
Saturday 10:49 pm
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>>400870

>Can they block an app?

Yep, they just work out the IP addresses of the WhatsApp servers and block connections to them. The Bluetooth malarkey is essentially unblockable, because it's entirely peer-to-peer.
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3rd April 2016
Sunday 10:30 pm
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>>400872

Pretty much, the great Saudi firewall is annoyingly extensive - I had to use Tor every time I wanted a wank.

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>> No. 400725 Anonymous
30th March 2016
Wednesday 11:35 pm
400725 nigel sex hell omen
I'm starting to worry about this referendum.
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>> No. 400794 Anonymous
1st April 2016
Friday 4:15 pm
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BRITISH RAPISTS FOR BRITISH WOMEN!
>> No. 400795 Anonymous
1st April 2016
Friday 4:36 pm
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>>400794
RAPE EQUALITY NOW

Remember, British men already get British rapists because dem darkies regard bumdery as a mortal sin.
>> No. 400797 Anonymous
1st April 2016
Friday 5:22 pm
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>dem darkies regard bumdery as a mortal sin

Depends where they're from. I seem to recall reading about one of the shitholes in Africa that many men there have to wear nappies because they were bumraped so much while prisoners of war, almost constantly having a cock lodged up their back passage, that they're now incontinent and their wives have disowned them because of it.
>> No. 400798 Anonymous
1st April 2016
Friday 5:27 pm
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>>400797
Notice how the perpetrators are the ones staying in Africa rather than the ones selling refuge in Europe.
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1st April 2016
Friday 7:38 pm
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>>400798
We can't be so sure of that. The ones who're strong enough to travel to Europe are more likely to be the ones who fucked up their own lands, eager for more puckering arseholes to bust a beefy hot load in.

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