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>> No. 414646 Anonymous
30th December 2017
Saturday 9:45 am
414646 Weekend/New Year thread
The night of forced fun is almost upon us.

If screenshot lad was still with us then he could provide us with the highlights of 2017 on Britfa.gs, but my memory is so hazy that everything merges into one so I'm not really sure what's happened here in the past year or so.
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>> No. 414731 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 3:33 pm
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>>414713
We are all on a list, from birth. Whether you should really care about that depends on your threat model.
>> No. 414733 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 3:50 pm
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I need to stop buying Frankenfood from Iceland.
>> No. 414737 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 4:10 pm
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>>414704
Good to know it happens to white people as well. Shared misery and all that. You're an honorary mudblood now.
>> No. 414742 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 4:45 pm
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>>414704

I have a friend who works in government, some MoD stuff in there I think, high enough up that he had to answer questions about his closest associates.

Apparently her majesty's government finds me more interesting than most. I think it's mostly because I'm half Irish and definitely have some living IRA relatives, but I like to believe my mate got confronted with a list of all the weird disturbing shite I've posted here, and this site's association with known ex government asset Emily Gyde.
>> No. 414751 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 8:33 pm
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Dating game's been shite this year. By which I mean Tinder because I don't go on the pull. Partly me getting older. But a choice example, I just matched with some girl who had 'Quite a busy person' in her profile. So I greeted her with 'Alright busybody'. She said 'I'm not sure busybody is postive' and quoted the dictionary definition at me. I told her frankly what a humourless response that was, and she unmatched me. Sourfaced bint!
>> No. 414752 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 8:37 pm
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>>414751
>Tinder

Mate, it's all about Bumble these days.
>> No. 414753 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 8:41 pm
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>>414751
Yeah, but "busybody" is someone who makes a nuisance for no good reason, always sticking their nose in where it's not wanted. If she talked about her job you wouldn't lead off with "Alright, Jobsworth!"

Or you might, I dunno'.
>> No. 414754 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 8:53 pm
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>>414753
It probably would have gone far better if he'd said something like "alright busybee" instead.
>> No. 414755 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 9:15 pm
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>>414752

PoF is where all the desperate slags are. Failing that, friend all your mum's mates on Facebook. Everything in life is easier if you just lower your standards.
>> No. 414758 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 10:08 pm
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Went on an away trip to watch the rugby. A much-needed win, and a decent watch too. Managed to make a slightly earlier train than the one I was aiming for, and bagged a negative connection to boot. Chinese on order, and curtains opened ready to enjoy everyone else's fireworks.
>> No. 414760 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 11:19 pm
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I am still with us, I just can't be arsed screenshotting anymore.
>> No. 414761 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 11:23 pm
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>>414760
That's the spirit.
>> No. 414762 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 11:25 pm
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>>414753
I'm well aware it's not a good thing to be a busybody. It was a joke. Half the profiles on there talk about their love of 'banter' as well, so I'm just thoroughly confused now.

Maybe it just didn't land because she didn't mentally connect it to what she'd written.

>>414754
Yeah I should have, I think that's the word I was looking for. Still, it was a joke. Christ.
>> No. 414763 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 11:43 pm
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>>414752

Tinder is still the gold standard for getting your dick wet. Unfortunately you have to pay them for the unlimited swiping, but then all you do is swipe everyone, and contact the matches you feel might give it up.

If they message you first, it's a guarantee.
>> No. 414767 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 12:20 am
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>>414763
Tinder has creep detection so they might not match you at all if you try that.
>> No. 414769 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 12:32 am
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I'm beginning to think my mate's not coming through the party invitation he mentioned last week.
>> No. 414771 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 12:41 am
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I'm gay Mulsim and my revolution is to see Jeremy Corbyn hold hands with someone like me and walk into masjid
>> No. 414772 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 1:33 am
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>>414771
Less than an hour in and we've already had our first shitpost. What a time to be alive.
>> No. 414773 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 2:45 am
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>>414742

>I have a friend who works in government, some MoD stuff in there I think, high enough up that he had to answer questions about his closest associates.

They do that. I've got a friend in America who works for U.S. Customs and Border Patrol. In his own words, an insignificant pencil pushing desk job. But when he was selected for the job, they pretty much screened him all the way back to his childhood. He had to state on numerous questionnaires if he had any contact to convicted felons, he had to provide employment and criminal record info on his whole immediate family, as well as his close friends. And he had to sign a statement that he understood that any materially false information he may have provided would make him subject to criminal prosecution.

They really take the piss take themselves seriously over there. I'm not sure it goes into quite that much detail if you apply for a government job here in Britain.
>> No. 414776 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 4:12 am
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>>414773
It depends on the nature of the job and the nature of the body you're working for. The stuff your mate had to go through is understandable given the nature of CBP, and I daresay you'd probably be expected to undergo an SC if you were working for whatever the various bits of UKBA are called these days. When I worked for HMRC, it was just a straight BPSS since all I got access to was personal details and the uncensored manuals (with the "pink text" that the public didn't get to see), whereas I have a relative at DVLA who has SC because he needs to see embargoed documents from HMT and DfT before publication.
>> No. 414777 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 4:31 am
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>>414773
I did the same for my position.
>> No. 414778 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 8:08 am
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>>414776
I think that's the most acronyms I've seen in a post in a long while. Do the majority of people even know what you're talking about when you talk like this?
>> No. 414782 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 10:01 am
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I didn't something very stupid last night. I told my other half, during foreplay, that I've recently been wanking to the thought of watching her get fucked by other men.
>> No. 414783 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 11:35 am
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>>414782
Nothing wrong with that, despite what the alt-right think. I take it her reaction was not positive? Or are you worried she will be too enthusiastic about the idea?
>> No. 414784 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 1:37 pm
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>>414769
I've had a few of these last year, got a new job and my old work mates arranged a few nights out that just never happened. Cunts never got anything done when I wasn't there.
>> No. 414785 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 1:59 pm
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>>414767

It has what? It's been working for me thus far.
>> No. 414786 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 2:02 pm
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>>414778

That's just how civil servants talk, they think it makes them sound important.

He'll apologise for 'being in work mode' next.
>> No. 414794 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 2:56 pm
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>>414778
>>414786
How about instead of taking that smug attitude you both sit down for a minute and think about what UKBA would stand for in the context of customs authorities? Maybe connect CBP with that 'U.S. Customs and Border Patrol' he mentioned in the previous post?

Not him, in case you might have missed that.
>> No. 414796 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 3:03 pm
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>>414794
It's not as if there's any way someone could find out what those stand for. It's 2018 already, someone really needs to come up with a way of finding information on the web.
>> No. 414798 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 3:19 pm
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>>414783
She tactfully said a few things which made clear she wasn't interested in it whatsoever.

To be honest, it's not something I'm that interested in; what I thinks a good idea before ejaculating and what I thinks a good idea after ejaculating are two very different things.
>> No. 414799 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 3:38 pm
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>>414794
>>414796
I think you lads are missing the point that including as many acronyms as possible doesn't make the conversation easier for the general public to understand and comes off as quite tedious, especially if they're having to Google stuff to find out what you're on about. More so when the people that do it then get all "Oh you don't know what FINRA stands for or you've never heard of it? Well aren't you dumb. I know what it means." about it.
>> No. 414800 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 3:57 pm
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>>414799
But he didn't post a single acronym? Do you know what an acronym is? Will it be too onerous for you to Google? Is it even worth using words correctly?
>> No. 414801 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 4:35 pm
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New year, new cunt-off.

Never change, lads.
>> No. 414802 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 4:38 pm
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>>414800

If you're going to be pedantic, then at least get it right. The distinction between "acronym" and "initialism" is not universally acknowledged. In anything but the most precise linguistic context, it's perfectly valid to refer to "BBC" or "IRA" as acronyms rather than initialisms. Many words aren't obviously either an acronym or an initialism in the precise sense; for example, the programming language SQL is pronounced as "ess cue el" and "sequel" with similar frequency.
>> No. 414803 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 4:53 pm
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>>414802
Like how the distinction between literally and figuratively is no longer universally acknowledged?
>> No. 414804 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 4:55 pm
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>>414799
>Well aren't you dumb. I know what it means.

The point is you don't need to know what it means to work it out. Drop the sense of entitlement, unlike television nobody is here to spoon-feed you.
>> No. 414805 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 5:24 pm
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I went on a year in industry last year. I have third year engineering exams coming up in two weeks and I haven't done any revision in the best part of two years.

I cannot get myself into the mindset. Shit.
>> No. 414806 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 5:42 pm
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>>414794

I wasn't being smug, that's literally how civil servants talk, particularly grade 7 and above.
>> No. 414808 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 5:45 pm
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I just bought a 55" 4k telly.
Dunno why as all it'll ever show is Paw Patrol and In the Night Garden.
>> No. 414809 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 5:50 pm
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>>414783
Let's be honest... She probably lost all respect for him. It isn't an "Alt-Right" thing. The thought of your other half being fucked by a gang of men is off-putting to a good majority of the human population.
>> No. 414810 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 5:54 pm
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>>414806
The confused lad is right. I work in the civil service now, and almost everyone speaks like that. I had to learn a lot of useless jargon. It is tedious. Almost like they come up with all of this to sound like they are doing important things. Never had a worse job.

Ah well. New year. New job to look for I guess. The civil service is soul crushing.
>> No. 414811 Anonymous
1st January 2018
Monday 5:56 pm
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>>414806
This. I think they stay in their own little bubble too much to realise how it comes off.
>> No. 415513 Anonymous
17th February 2018
Saturday 8:56 pm
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It is the weekend and I found these weird domain names:
http://5757575.570571.416.ths8898.comnewsrank.bbs.iselang.net/
http://www.selang.cawww.yinmm.netwww.selang.cawww.yinmm.netwww.selang.cawww.yinmm.netwww.selang.cawww.yinmm.net/
http://ddd13.conhwww.yinmm.net/

Fun music:
https://www.google.com/search?q=patrick+125+by+ozio&rlz=1c1ggrv_enus759us759&oq=patrick+125+by+ozio&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60&sourceid=chrome&ie=utf-8&safe=active& - "patrick 125 by ozio - Google Search"
https://www.google.com/search?q=we+can+share+the+boogie&rlz=1C1GGRV_enUS759US759&oq=we+can+share+the+boogie&aqs=chrome..69i57.5247j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 - "we can share the boogie - Google Search"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Pnmz6Gxx4U - "Convoy - C W McCall - Singing Semi Quartet (Animated for Kids) - YouTube"

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 415515 Anonymous
17th February 2018
Saturday 9:11 pm
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>>415513

This is bizzare spam, why would they want us to click on google searches? Is this SEO stuff?
>> No. 415537 Anonymous
18th February 2018
Sunday 12:51 am
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>>415515

I'm not sure if that's heavily targetted spam or someone in the midst of an ether binge/psychotic break, but yes it is a bit weird.
>> No. 415539 Anonymous
18th February 2018
Sunday 1:42 am
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>>415513
I am not clicking past the warning page on those weird old fashioned looking sex websites in case they really are hangouts for illegalists but I thought your collection of links was interesting as well as obviously mental and a bit sinister.
>> No. 415540 Anonymous
18th February 2018
Sunday 7:28 am
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>>415515
Just some links I had to songs.
>> No. 415544 Anonymous
18th February 2018
Sunday 8:06 am
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>>415539
Here eyes are too wide apart. They look like they're going to slip off her face and fall into her ears.
>> No. 415577 Anonymous
19th February 2018
Monday 10:52 am
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>>415540
Except they are not songs, and it crossed my mind that the post was a recruitment ad done in that cryptic crossword style certain people use.
>> No. 415580 Anonymous
19th February 2018
Monday 1:52 pm
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>>415577
Doughnutlads at it again?

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