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>> No. 9430 Anonymous
26th January 2016
Tuesday 10:09 pm
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Huddersfield charity shop finally says goodbye to a shutter which lasted 26 years


http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/west-yorkshire-news/huddersfield-charity-shop-finally-says-10780879

That's it. That's literally it. A charity shop has replaced one of its roller shutters after having the same one for 26 years. It's all go in Huddersfield.

I challenge you lads to find a more pointless news story than this.
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>> No. 13750 Anonymous
10th October 2017
Tuesday 11:37 pm
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>>13746
What do blind people see in their dreams?
>> No. 13758 Anonymous
11th October 2017
Wednesday 12:14 am
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>>13746
People in Fishguard live in black and white because colour hasn't arrived yet.

People in Cardigan live in black and white because they don't want to pay extra for a colour licence.

>>13750
Probably the same sort of thing as curtain people.
>> No. 13769 Anonymous
13th October 2017
Friday 12:26 pm
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4974740/Student-plunged-200ft-death-fell-cliff.html

>A student plunged 200ft to her death after jumping in the air for a photograph on a crumbling clifftop, an inquest was told.

>Hyewon Kim, 23, had asked a stranger to take her picture but lost her footing as she landed and toppled over the Seven Sisters cliffs in East Sussex.

>The South Korean, who had come to Britain to improve her English, suffered catastrophic head injuries in the fall.


That is just sad beyond words.
>> No. 13770 Anonymous
13th October 2017
Friday 5:16 pm
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>>13769

Is her name pronounced "high one"? Mirth!
>> No. 13771 Anonymous
13th October 2017
Friday 8:41 pm
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>>13769
I also found that story incredibly sad. Imagine being the poor person who was taking the picture and watched it all unfold.
>> No. 13772 Anonymous
13th October 2017
Friday 8:55 pm
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>>13771
They could probably sell the footage to You've Been Framed for £250. Every cloud.
>> No. 13773 Anonymous
13th October 2017
Friday 11:44 pm
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>>13772

Or is the Faces of Death series still ongoing? Do they still make sequels?

>>13770
>Is her name pronounced "high one"?

I think it's mote towards "yee-won".

Or just "splat".
>> No. 13774 Anonymous
16th October 2017
Monday 11:00 pm
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>A medical graduate's career is in ruins after he was convicted of indecently assaulting a woman he met on Tinder by grabbing her breasts during consensual sex.

>Despite consenting to having sex with Queree, the victim told him she did not want her breasts touched and accused him of using "excessive force".

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/10/11/medical-graduate-put-sex-offenders-register-grabbing-tinder/
>> No. 13775 Anonymous
16th October 2017
Monday 11:34 pm
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>>13774
Would it be wrong if he murdered her?
>> No. 13776 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 6:41 am
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>>13775

>Philip Queree, 37, was taken to court for repeatedly grabbing the woman's breasts hard and pulling her hair while the couple had intercourse.

>They found that he had forcibly grabbed the victim's breasts during sex on their second date after she had asked him not to do so.

>"Queree knew this but continued to do so forcefully, causing the complainant considerable pain. This was an assault. Queree touched a sexual and intimate part of her body in a sexual manner without her consent."

>She said she also had difficulty lifting her arm and complained of a painful shoulder. She decided to report what had happened after conversations with friends and family and repeatedly told magistrates that Queree had used "excessive force" and that she had "not consented to be being injured".

It seems like a fairly clear case to me. I know you types struggle with empathy, but if you were getting a blowie that turned into a violent fingering of your anus, would you consider it fair cop even if you asked for it to stop? I think it's a fairly low bar to have, that if someone asks you to cease a violent sexual activity, you do so, and that if you struggle to understand that, as Queree did, perhaps the world of medicine isn't for you; I hear you can earn £10 an hour down the recycling plant.
>> No. 13777 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 7:27 am
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>>13776
The problem is that sex is a bit hit and miss and sometimes you don't know if you'll like something until you try it. If I'm going to pull my other half's hair back whilst doing her from behind then I'm not going to tell her in advance; women generally like it if you're a bit forceful and take control.

You shouldn't be put on the sex register for having bad sex. Mr Queree was perhaps a little exuberant in grabbing her breasts, but it doesn't seem like something that should ruin his life.

Should we go to the police every time something happens in sex that we don't like? If I tell my Mrs not to do a position because I don't really get anything from it and then she goes ahead and does it should I run to the police? Should I have called the coppers when someone kept catching my knob with her teeth during a blowie even when I pointed this out to them? Slippery slope.
>> No. 13778 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 9:59 am
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>>13777
There's a difference between trying something and doing it repeatedly after you've been asked to stop. You and your missus have a mutual understanding that the other will be selfish sometimes, these people did not.
In isolation I don't think much of this case. It looks a bit odd beside the Lavina Woodward one however.
>> No. 13779 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 10:02 am
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>>13777
I'm not sure that sexual activity is really an appropriate field to apply the Jobs doctrine.
>> No. 13780 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 10:46 am
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>>13777

Of course sex is "a bit hit and miss", but if someone says "I don't like that, please stop" then you've got a miss on your hands. This part of the article is also telling...

>She said that he was getting dressed to leave at the time and she asked him if they could talk about it because she wanted an explanation.

>However, she said he told her: "I need to go now and think about what I have done to you."

So he knew he had done something improper at the time, and most likely during the intercourse itself, but he didn't care. The idea that this is akin to a woman getting her teeth in the way of oral sex doesn't work. It's more like a woman intentionally and repeatedly biting your cock until she draws blood, and remember that she hardly knew Queree at this point, this wasn't a faux par in a long term relationship. Arguably that doesn't even equate because if you think about the physical proportions of a man and a woman, and where the two are going to be while having sex as opposed to oral, it's a far less intimidating position, for the man, in the toothy blowie scenario, than the woman during intercourse.

Now if you'll excuse me, there's a fucking great house spider on my wall I need to kill.
>> No. 13781 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 1:41 pm
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>>13780

>hysical proportions of a man and a woman, and where the two are going to be while having sex as opposed to oral, it's a far less intimidating position, for the man, in the toothy blowie scenario, than the woman during intercourse.


I agree with you apart from this statment, where you demonstrate you are quite delusional.
>> No. 13782 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 7:46 pm
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>>13776
I hadn't read the article, just the snippet from the lad that posted it. Upon reading it, I agree with the judge and you. The guy was being a twat.
>> No. 13783 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 7:48 pm
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>>13781
He's never had a blowie.
>> No. 13784 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 8:25 pm
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>>13781

The odds of getting beaten up by a bloke are a lot higher for a woman than the ones for getting your cock bitten off by a woman. I mean, I have literally no evidence for that, other than the percentage of cockless men being fortunately low.

Also I was making the point that you or I, as men, will almost always have a physical advantage the overwhelming majority of women.

>>13783

ur mum.

>>13782

Use your brain for thinking and your gut for digesting, lad.
>> No. 13785 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 8:27 pm
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>>13784
Why are you flying off the handle for? Cunt.
>> No. 13786 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 8:28 pm
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>>13785

Are you baiting me or are you touchy? Where was I a cunt. I didn't even swear.

Cock isn't a proper swear word.
>> No. 13787 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 8:42 pm
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>>13786
Fucking cunt. So you are such a twat IRL that you can't even tell when you are being a rude cunt anymore? Carry on.

I hope you choke in your sleep.
>> No. 13788 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 9:33 pm
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>>13787


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMJXN9l_ee8
>> No. 13789 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 10:16 pm
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>>13787

>I hope you choke in your sleep.

Don't worry, ur mum will save me.
>> No. 13790 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 10:59 pm
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>>13780
Leave the spiders alone you 'orrible so-and-so. I'd think you of all people would be able to empathise with one of last males of the season desperately searching for Mrs Right while being blissfully unaware that she is planning on gobbling him up.

Come to think of it that starts to explain an awful lot. Only a spider wouldn't have heard of the countless tales of women lopping lads nobs off and them getting detachable penises as a result.
>> No. 13791 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 11:21 pm
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>>13789
Come on then, where do you live, eh? Big man. Fucking pussy. Go then, hide and crawl back in your nan's fanny.
>> No. 13792 Anonymous
19th October 2017
Thursday 7:34 pm
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>>13776

>They found that he had forcibly grabbed the victim's breasts during sex on their second date after she had asked him not to do so.

I'm not going to say the woman wasn't well within her rights to tell him not to squeeze her boobs. To each their own. I used to bonk know a lass who was super self conscious because her left breast was much smaller than the right one and really kind of misshapen. It's apparently a medical condition that happens occasionally. And it was weeks before she even agreed to have sex with her bra off at all.

It's still a bit odd that this woman thought the right way to settle unwanted touching during sex, which is kind of an odd concept in itself, would be through police and court proceedings. My lass with the misshapen boobs, after a few times of not taking her bra off and me asking her to do it anyway, just said to me, "You know I've got my knee right between your legs right now. Try one more time, and my left boob isn't going to be the only thing that'll look misshapen".

When did a kick in the balls, either announced or unannounced, stop being a deterrent?
>> No. 13793 Anonymous
19th October 2017
Thursday 7:55 pm
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>>13792

This post is so retarded there's at least half a dozen things wrong with it, but I'm having my dinner so it'll have to wait.
>> No. 13794 Anonymous
21st October 2017
Saturday 11:09 pm
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http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/hull-east-yorkshire-news/hes-beaten-cancer-five-times-661183

>After battling cancer five times, the fitness fanatic never dreamed he would ever reach his 40 birthday.

>The HGV driver has battled two bouts of germ cell cancer, as well as Hodgkin Lymphoma, skin cancer and testicular cancer in the past 18 years.


Blimey. How unlucky do you have to be. And what a will to survive.
>> No. 13795 Anonymous
22nd October 2017
Sunday 1:05 am
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>>13794

>And what a will to survive.

I don't mean to be a cunt in this specific instance, but that phrasing implies that some people just say "fuck it" and let the cancer kill them. That's not really how it works.
>> No. 13796 Anonymous
22nd October 2017
Sunday 1:09 am
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>>13795
>some people just say "fuck it" and let the cancer kill them
Well that's what I would do, unless I could muster up the energy to kill myself by some other method before the cancer did it for me
>> No. 13797 Anonymous
22nd October 2017
Sunday 2:13 am
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>>13795
>but that phrasing implies that some people just say "fuck it" and let the cancer kill them.
Erm, they do. I've known more than one person that chose to forego treatment and opt for just palliative care. I'm told it's particularly common in cases of multiple relapse.
>> No. 13798 Anonymous
22nd October 2017
Sunday 11:18 am
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>>13795
Yeah the whole narrative about "battling" cancer is wrong.
>> No. 13799 Anonymous
22nd October 2017
Sunday 1:06 pm
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>>13795
>>13797

It makes a huge difference if somebody wants to take up the fight or just let it happen. And it's beyond whether you try to apply for all the treatments possible (many of them will not be wholely covered by the NHS, especially for aggressive recurring cancers). Any doctor will tell you that a patient's will to live and come out the other end makes a very important difference in the treatment of just about any potentially terminal disease.

And you even see it in badly injured accident victims. One of my mates was a paramedic for a few years, and he told me there are those who will fight, even if they're completely unconscious and their bodies badly mangled after an accident, and then there are those who are letting go and who will then die, often just a few moments later.

This is medical fact.
>> No. 13800 Anonymous
23rd October 2017
Monday 12:58 am
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>>13795
>>13796
>>13797
>>13798
>>13799
This video is somewhat relevant:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ozb2r7c0hxA
>> No. 13801 Anonymous
23rd October 2017
Monday 6:24 pm
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>>13800
That's 20 minute, mate. I don't have that kind of time.
>> No. 13802 Anonymous
23rd October 2017
Monday 6:39 pm
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>>13801
RIP m7.
>> No. 13803 Anonymous
23rd October 2017
Monday 9:51 pm
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>>13800

I had no idea he had cancer.

He's still quite annoying and a bit boring though.
>> No. 13804 Anonymous
24th October 2017
Tuesday 12:32 am
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>>13800

Blew my mind a bit that this lad is from Spennymoor originally.
>> No. 13805 Anonymous
25th October 2017
Wednesday 7:51 pm
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>>13804

I always thought he sounded a bit northern. But it's hard to place with that fucking abomination of a radio DJ voice he puts on though.

(And I'm convinced he puts it on because who the fuck actually talks like that, where does that sort of accent come from. It's a totally unnatural accent; but I notice it a lot with "vloggers" and the like. I think some of them are just trying to cover up ugly dialects that would potentially impact their overseas audience, but TB just seems like one of those pricks who thinks he sounds suave.)
>> No. 13806 Anonymous
25th October 2017
Wednesday 7:53 pm
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>>13805
Let's be honest, almost all English accents are really bad. Especially northern ones.
>> No. 13840 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 3:37 pm
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In other news, Kazakhstan is now to be known as Qazaqstan after switch to Latin alphabet.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-41800186
>> No. 13841 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 5:33 pm
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>>13806

I like almost all of them. Things of beauty. Variety is the spice an all that.
>> No. 13842 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 5:37 pm
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>>13840

Quazaquastan it is then.
>> No. 13843 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 5:45 pm
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>>13842
Aregazzaistan?
>> No. 13844 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 6:01 pm
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>>13840
I don't understand. 'Kazakhstan' is obviously already rendered in Latin.
>> No. 13846 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 6:53 pm
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>>13844
A new alphabet means new transliteration rules.
>> No. 13847 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 7:26 pm
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>>13843

Ayyy lmao
>> No. 13848 Anonymous
2nd November 2017
Thursday 9:19 am
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>>13846
How awful. It's like Russian before the reform.

Would it really benefit them to align themselves with Latin alphabet Turkic countries rather than the surrounding Cyrillic-using Turkic countries (plus Russia and Mongolia)?
>> No. 13849 Anonymous
5th November 2017
Sunday 10:33 am
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>A panicked pensioner in Germany called the police after discovering what he believed was an unexploded Second World War bomb in his garden, but when officers rushed to the scene they instead discovered a particularly large courgette.

https://www.itv.com/news/2017-11-03/unexploded-second-world-war-bomb-confirmed-to-be-huge-courgette/
>> No. 14043 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 1:13 am
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Callously unemotional captions bring me joy.

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