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>> No. 2723 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 10:05 pm
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My toaster's got a think layer of crumbs inside it. Would it be ok to take it out the back a give it a good hose? As long as I let it dry for a couple of days before using it again what would be the problem?
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>> No. 2724 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 10:22 pm
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>>2723
Hosing is a very bad idea when it comes to electricity. Take it to bits and clean it all out. You can use alcohol spray if you have it and know how it works. Don't apply any water.
>> No. 2725 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 10:44 pm
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Don't they usually have a tray at the bottom you can take out?
>> No. 2726 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 11:29 pm
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>>2725

The layer of compacted crumb is above that.

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>> No. 12394 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 11:18 pm
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Let's have a thread about artists and bands you thought would make it big but it never happened for them.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHZcj4txc7c

Protocol were dropped by Polydor in 2006 and split up not too long afterwards, with their debut album never released.

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>> No. 11742 Anonymous
3rd May 2019
Friday 6:12 pm
/beat/11742 What you feeling right now? Part V: Bach it up
Time for a new thread.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebjXsc0UjdQ
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>> No. 12387 Anonymous
24th May 2020
Sunday 3:16 am
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>>12384

DJ DAD ON THE ONES AND TWOS, LIVE AND DIRECT FROM THE SPARE ROOM, KEEPING IT LOCKED UNTIL THE KIDS NEED PICKING UP. HOLD TIGHT COLIN FROM ACCOUNTS, HOLD TIGHT THE DOG AND DUCK MANDEM, SHOUT OUT TO SANDRA FOR MAKING ME A LOVELY SHEPHERDS PIE LAST NIGHT.

It melts my brain a bit that the Ragga Twins are old men with grey hair and reading glasses. They've been going for thirty-odd years, but it feels like yesterday.


>> No. 12390 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 10:45 pm
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Gran Turismo 3 intensifies.
>> No. 12391 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 10:51 pm
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>>12387
> DJ DAD ON THE ONES AND TWOS, LIVE AND DIRECT FROM THE SPARE ROOM, KEEPING IT LOCKED UNTIL THE KIDS NEED PICKING UP. HOLD TIGHT COLIN FROM ACCOUNTS, HOLD TIGHT THE DOG AND DUCK MANDEM, SHOUT OUT TO SANDRA FOR MAKING ME A LOVELY SHEPHERDS PIE LAST NIGHT.

Thanks for the chuckle, lad. God knows I needed one today.
>> No. 12392 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 10:52 pm
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>>12390


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COy_JKXtzvE

This is the song of the soundtrack for me. Brings back some memories.
>> No. 12393 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 11:04 pm
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>>12392
Gran Turismo got me into Feeder. I think Comfort in Sound bums me out more than any other album I've listened to, which is unsurprising given the context. I've also got a bit of soft spot for Aisha.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXmIaWkZlrM

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>> No. 13375 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 7:58 pm
/nom/13375 Indian Takeaway
What's your go to order when you get an Indian? I'm quite partial to a chicken tikka phal and a shami kebab myself.
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>> No. 13390 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 3:46 pm
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>>13387
>those abominations that offer curries, fish and chips, pizza, kebabs, burgers and whatever else all under one roof

These are all over the East Midlands as are plenty of other abominational takeaway hybrids.
>> No. 13391 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 3:59 pm
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>>13386
> Where did you get good Indian in London?

There are decent Indian restaurants all over London from Chiswick to Willesden Green, but I'll agree that there are a bunch of awful ones too, but I think that goes for almost anywhere.

>>13387
> Before I moved around here I don't think I'd ever seen those abominations that offer curries, fish and chips, pizza, kebabs, burgers and whatever else all under one roof.

You're giving me foul memories of living in Stoke. I accidentally ordered piri piri chicken from such a shithole on just eat once and hated life for good few days afterwards.

>>13389

Personally I found Brick Lane to be a shitty tourist trap with people hustling and slinging menus at you outside every restaurant, every window declaring that restaurant to have been a winner or runner up in some second rate curry competition in some recent year. I only went twice, to two different restaurants, but after being disappointed both times I decided to never go back.
>> No. 13392 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 4:20 pm
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>>13391
The trick with Brick Lane is to get some local knowledge, find a good place, and only ever go there. My favourite is a place called the Muhib - yellow decor outside, bring your own wine, about half-way up before you get to the nightclub bit.
>> No. 13393 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 10:22 pm
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>>13391
>You're giving me foul memories of living in Stoke.
I moved from Lichfield to (near) stoke a couple of years back, and my biggest regret has been moving away from the greatest indian takeaway I've ever found. They rented this tiny ktichen in the back of a "local" pub (standing room maybe about 1m wide by 4m long), but it was the best I've ever had, even better than some of the award winning places in the Birmingham Balti belt.

Around Stoke, so far the best I've found is a restaurant in Newcastle with a takeaway service, called koh-i-noor
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1st June 2020
Monday 10:57 pm
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>>13393

I can't vouch for takeaways but I know some OK Indian restaurants in Stoke and Newcastle. There was one I used to go to on the approach to Newcastle called Basmati that was particularly good. I used to go there just for their "lamb stuffed pepper" starter which was proper ace.

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>> No. 430053 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 8:53 am
/b/430053 Literal "what are you feeling right now" thread
Shamelessly stealing the very excellent idea from >>/101/28964

Here is a place to post utterly inane observations about your current state of being.

---Start---

I like birds but starlings are a massive noisy pain in the arse.
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>> No. 437332 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 6:59 pm
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>>437330

I get what you mean. It often seems to me that people need to step back and take a good devil's advocate look at their views, and then things would be a bit more rational and reasonable. But I also feel like that's partly because I'm an emotionally distant sperg and fail to appreciate how much stock other people put in feelings.

I feel that often these people are also slightly blind to the most glaring weaknesses in their own rhetoric, and that becomes tiresome. The current flavour of the week is dolphin rape, for example, so obviously there's been lots of "omg you guys dolphin rape is so bad! why can't you see how bad the dolphin rape is?" going about. Which, obviously, it is, I would never deny that. Of course it is.

But the blindingly obvious thing these people are missing is that their opponents are racists. Of course they don't understand why you think dolphin rape is bad. They literally don't care one bit about that. You might as well be talking about potato wedges. You need to change your tact because you're absolutely, 100% wasting your time with that approach; and I really don't understand why that comes as a surprise.

I don't think I've articulated that very well but it's been banging about in my head for a while. I feel like there's a lot of trying to hammer square pegs through round holes in today's politics. That or it's just because so much of it is entirely performative.
>> No. 437334 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 7:18 pm
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>>437332
>But the blindingly obvious thing these people are missing is that their opponents are racists. Of course they don't understand why you think dolphin rape is bad.

So you're saying that people constantly questioning dolphin rape and holding racists to account are ineffective because they won't change anyone's viewpoint?

I don't mean to insult your intelligence, but do you think there is less dolphin rape, or fewer racists, today than there were seventy or a hundred and fifty years ago? If so, what reason do you give for that being the case?
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1st June 2020
Monday 7:23 pm
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>>437334

The integration of immigrant communities, face to face interaction that enabled people to see that brown folk aren't so different after all, that sort of thing.

I'm not saying you've deliberately understood me, but I did make the disclaimer I probably haven't articulated the argument all too well. I just don't think telling people (especially on the internet) that their subjective viewpoint is wrong has ever really got anyone anywhere.
>> No. 437340 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 8:15 pm
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>>437332
A lot of people in America like watching Fox News, not because they think it's accurate but because the sentiment agrees with their prejudices and they prefer to have that reinforced. People care more about feeling right than accuracy and Fox better than anyone else know their audience and how to pander to them.

On the racist front I'd say the issue is that these people don't think they're being racist. It's the "legitimate concerns." If people call them racist then it's easy to rationalise this as not being a credible claim because it's come from some easily triggered Rotherham enabling hand-wringing do-gooder lefty snowflake who hates our country and cries dolphin rape at everyone and everything, to the point the word racist has been watered down and almost lost all meaning.
>> No. 437343 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 10:11 pm
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Third chap here.

My own viewpoint on this is that as a society we've put a great deal of time and energy into teaching people how to be politically correct "you can't use that word it's racist", but far too little effort into solving the underlying issues such as segregation and inequality. We've essentially taught entire generations of people how to hide their prejudices from other people, rather than proving that some of their prejudices are incorrect and working to lessen any truths underlying other negative prejudices.


I was going to make an anecdote about how you could find plenty of posh white hipster students wearing #BLM tshirts, who would still cross over to the other side of the road if they saw a group of black guys walking towards them, but then I remembered that they would anyway because of social distancing

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>> No. 13168 Anonymous
12th August 2017
Saturday 8:38 pm
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Violent clashes have erupted between white nationalists attending a far-right march and counter-protesters in the US state of Virginia.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40912509


Americans.
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>> No. 25251 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 6:21 pm
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>>25244

I know where you're coming from, and it's a painful thing to bear witness to, but honestly I think it's kind of necessary at this stage. Their society has become increasingly ugly over the last couple of decades and I think some sort of painful, traumatic transition is the only way things are going to change for the better in the end. Whether this is really that moment remains to be seen.
>> No. 25252 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 6:57 pm
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>>25251

The scary thing is that the people that need to change have been brainwashed into believing that they are always right and anyone or anything challenging their deep set beliefs is either literally satan, or a conspiracy. They also believe it is their duty, their birthright, to fight and die for their way of life - though I think that last bit extends to all septics, I have seen a lot of blue yanks advising people to buy a gun and get some time in at the range "just in case".

I could really see this going very, very poorly. A civil war is all well and good until your leader is the head of a cult.
>> No. 25253 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 7:19 pm
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Ten years ago I was listening to OFWG thinking "okay, kill people, burn shit, fuck school is fun to say but it's a little childish, Mr The Creator", but maybe Tyler had it all figured out then and there.
>> No. 25254 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 9:41 pm
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>>25252

What makes you so sure that they're the side that needs to change?
>> No. 25255 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 10:01 pm
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>>25254
Probably all the poverty, racism, insecure work, debt, unsafe drinking water, etc. caused by decades of mainstream US Governmental policy. Probably that.

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>> No. 435367 Anonymous
16th March 2020
Monday 8:52 pm
/b/435367 LADS
I've suddenly got two weeks off work, fucking class, and I was wondering what you two were doing and how we should celebrate? I'm not leaving the house.

That other fucking thread is miserable, and full of lies. If the virus is going to take us, we might as well go down ranting, happily.

What are you doing with your recently found time off?
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>> No. 437337 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 7:49 pm
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>>437328

And I did mean Soviet Union as in, inside the USSR.


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> Russia did pretty well by many accounts until near the end, but it was hardly the same story for some of the Eastern European satellite nations. I agree it would be entirely dishonest to use some shithole banana republic or Best Korea as a benchmark for "how well socialism works".

Russia did well because it dominated COMECON and got to dictate economic activity in the communist satellite states to its own advantage. But it, too, was beginning to decline by the late 80s. Mainly because COMECON was still focused on heavy industry and aging technology. Soviet (or East German) computer chips as well as circuitry and software, for example, were almost without exception reverse-engineered clones of Western products that had been smuggled past Western export restrictions. The Communist Bloc was increasingly falling behind with new technologies, amd then after the fall of COMECON and communism, they had nothing of value to sell on the global markets.

You don't have to look as far afield as Cuba or North Korea then to see that socialism is a system that's bound to fail. The USSR as the communist motherland was struggling and socialism was going to go tits up one way or another sooner or later there. And China's regime today is only hanging on as communism's last great bastion because its current political system is a truly peculiar mix of one-party, deep-state totalitarianism on the one hand and unbridled gold rush capitalism on the other hand.

In any case, no single country on Earth that has ever tried communism has lasted more than a few decades without either running itself into the ground completely, or without turning into a capitalist market economy again, all the while clinging to vestiges of totalitarian political power that is almost invariably a defining trait of socialist/communist political systems.
>> No. 437338 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 8:05 pm
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>>437336
I'll be going to my local market on Friday in the hope the second-hand book stall is there. Failing that, I'll get something from the cheesemonger.
>> No. 437339 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 8:09 pm
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>>437337

>Soviet (or East German) computer chips as well as circuitry and software, for example, were almost without exception reverse-engineered clones of Western products that had been smuggled past Western export restrictions.

Stalin thought that computers were un-Marxist, so disbanded computer science and electrical engineering research. They realised in the 70s that they desperately needed computers to keep up with Western military technology, but it was far too late to catch up.

That's the essential problem with a command economy - no matter how smart your central planners are, they aren't clairvoyant. Nobody in the 1960s could even imagine a modern smartphone, let alone start planning the technological developments that would lead us to it. Capitalism has many faults, but it has the great advantage of creating positive feedback loops around happy accidents.
>> No. 437341 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 8:42 pm
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>>437339

I've never seen why it wouldn't be possible to implement exactly that kind of market-led supply/demand feedback loop, within a system where everyone also has the basic essentials given to them as a human right, or even a silly high minimum wage for example. I don't see why there's somehow an inherent conflict between those two things, it just seems to be that ideologues have maintained that status quo throughout history.

In the interest of fairness, your smartphone example can be used to show the failings of market led capitalism too, where that feedback loop spirals horribly out of control and nobody can stop it, well past the point we actually like what it's doing any more. I'm pretty sure we're nearing a smartphone singularity where every manufacture hones in individually on the same completely indistinguishable omni-design that's too big to hold and doesn't have any useful features left because they took them all out to make it thinner and have a better camera.

>>437337

>In any case, no single country on Earth that has ever tried communism has lasted more than a few decades without either running itself into the ground completely, or without turning into a capitalist market economy again, all the while clinging to vestiges of totalitarian political power that is almost invariably a defining trait of socialist/communist political systems.

The problem with this line of arguments is that you're not only ignoring all the capitalist systems that have gone tits up and collapsed throughout history, but you're ignoring that socialism as fully implemented system of government has only really been tried a handful of times, and is, in the context of human history, still a very new idea.

Imagine if we had given up on the idea of aeroplanes just because the early attempts were fucked up spacker bird helicopters, and look where we are now.
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1st June 2020
Monday 8:52 pm
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>>437337
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>> No. 23560 Anonymous
16th November 2016
Wednesday 6:49 pm
/emo/23560 Minor angst and existential dread, Mk. I
We tend to have a lot of repeated threads here, but I also get the feeling people don't tend to post in /emo/ unless it's a big issue.

With this in mind I suggest that we have a thread for stuff that's got you down a bit and you need to get off your chest, without it being major enough to make an entire thread devoted to it. We can also use it as a go-to for minor relationship advice, work problems, social drama, and things like that.

Everyone gets down from time to time, let's put some Sisters of Mercy on and wallow together for a while.
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>> No. 29672 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 9:13 pm
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Sometimes i feel disgusted that I have a sexuality. Shame has long been a foundation, and it's really becoming a problem in my life. Sometimes i even wince at thoughts while wanking - an involuntary facial spasm as if reacting to a short circuit in my genitals (and no, not cumface). It's not right, I want to address it. How do you approach such a subject with a doctor - is it even relevant?
>> No. 29673 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 11:15 pm
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Hmm that's an interesting problem. I think everyone experiences shame about their sexuality to a lesser or greater extent, but not fundamentally about being sexual at all. It certainly sounds like something you might want to discuss with a therapist, maybe there are some repressed feelings.
>> No. 29711 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 4:38 pm
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I'm really struggling. I've reached out to my LMHT, to the crisis team, to my university's support services. But it's not getting any better. I'm so paralysed by mental illness that I can't function, I can't do work, I can't do anything I used to enjoy. I don't know what else I could try.
>> No. 29712 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 7:54 pm
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>>29711

There might be a local voluntary agency offering help. I'd suggest calling the Mind infoline to find out what's available (0300 123 3393 9am-6pm weekdays).

Unfortunately the mental health system was stretched pretty thin before the COVID crisis and is absolutely knackered right now, so you might just have to bide your time and wait for things to rebuild.

For the moment, I'd suggest working on small, manageable goals. When you're in a bad way it's easy to feel helpless and hopeless, but just doing something can give you back a tiny bit of control. Do a bit of tidying or cleaning, cook a proper dinner, get in touch with someone, commit to going for a short walk every day, whatever you think you can manage. It seems too trivial to possibly help, but it gradually re-trains your subconscious mind to accept that making a plan and following it through can improve your situation.

Getting from "totally fucked" to "absolutely fine" nearly always requires professional help, but you can probably get yourself from "totally fucked" to "just about coping most of the time". That's far from ideal, but it's a big improvement.
>> No. 29713 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 8:52 pm
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>>29712

>When you're in a bad way it's easy to feel helpless and hopeless, but just doing something can give you back a tiny bit of control. Do a bit of tidying or cleaning, cook a proper dinner, get in touch with someone, commit to going for a short walk every day, whatever you think you can manage.

I would like to add to this, because it's good advice and absolutely true in my experience with depression, that you shouldn't feel guilty if it's something "pointless" or that under normal circumstances you'd consider procrastination/leisure. It doesn't have to be something productive. What matters is setting yourself an objective and doing it.

When I was on the dole and didn't have much hope I played Final Fantasy VII, VIII and IX for the first (and only) time. In a negative light I could have told myself I was just sat around wasting time on old games, but in the context of the situation I was keeping myself busy with something. It also helped that they're the kind of games with numbers that go up.

When I look back on it I'm glad I did. Keep yourself busy and good luck m8.

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>> No. 28571 Anonymous
17th May 2019
Friday 1:05 am
/101/28571 Minor Rants and Piss-Offs, Mark VIII
It appears largethreadmodlad has also locked the previous iteration of this thread; Mark VIII it is, then.

I take perfect care of my nails. I don't bite them, I cut in the standard flat formation every 3-5 days, and scrub under them in the shower. So why the actual fuck are my cuticles bleeding? Putting the plaster over to catch the blood means I can't play my bass properly, and that pisses me off.
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>> No. 30224 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 6:36 pm
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I don't even buy Ben & Jerry's because I'm not prepared to pay that much for ice cream.
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1st June 2020
Monday 6:44 pm
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What's wrong with self control? You should celebrate the fact you don't easily give in to vices and can appreciate that the restraint is worth it.
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1st June 2020
Monday 6:45 pm
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>>30224

It's one of those things you'll always see on offer every other month, because £3 is acceptable for an every so often treat, but £4.50 is pushing it. This one has salted caramel sauce in and it really is rather lovely.
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1st June 2020
Monday 7:11 pm
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>>30223
As someone who also used to eat a tub in one go, if you're at that age, it'll catch up with you, doesn't matter if you're slim now. Best to get into good habits.

>>30224
I only buy it on special offer. At Tesco it's normally ~£4.50 a tub, but it's knocked down to something like £3 or BOGOHP every other week.
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1st June 2020
Monday 7:36 pm
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Embrace the tedium.



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>> No. 13373 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 2:36 pm
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On a hot day like this there is nothing better than a freezer drawer full of freeze pops. I'd go as far as to say they're actually better than lollies and choc ices.
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31st May 2020
Sunday 3:55 pm
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I agree, but not all ice pops are created equal. I am in love with these things, they have a texture closer to firm slush than ice and are fantastic.
>> No. 13383 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 1:43 am
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>>13373
Not only are they better than ice lollies, but they are hangover kryptonite; they flee before them.
>> No. 13384 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 12:53 pm
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This is stone cold truth.

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>> No. 29701 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 1:49 pm
/emo/29701 Thank you
Thank you /fags for being there. I want to thank every single contributor for being just like every other cunt you come across. I wouldn't change it for the world.
I've had serious MH issues this last year and it's been bad. But you lot have carried on chatting shit about rinsing pasta. We have one unifying attribute. Our God.

Our Moaty who art in Heaven
Hallowed be thy name
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>> No. 29706 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 7:23 pm
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I love you too ladm9.
>> No. 29707 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 8:06 pm
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>>29704
You didn't miss much.
>> No. 29708 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 9:36 pm
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I, for one, found it hilarious and I don't really even like pasta.
>> No. 29709 Anonymous
1st June 2020
Monday 12:07 am
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>>29708

It is easy to laugh when you don't care what a monster diluted sauce lad is.
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1st June 2020
Monday 1:45 am
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>>29703
It has been 10 years lad, let it go.

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>> No. 65560 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 12:57 pm
/iq/65560 RAOULPOCALYPSE
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>> No. 65561 YubYub
31st May 2020
Sunday 1:17 pm
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31st May 2020
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>> No. 65565 Searchfag
31st May 2020
Sunday 3:53 pm
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Fuck he's just a half inch of nose away from being the perfect real life Mr Burns.

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>> No. 41102 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 11:58 pm
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The thinking man's crumpet.
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>> No. 41175 Anonymous
22nd May 2020
Friday 8:11 pm
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My thoughts on this are as follows: she's a spacker who someone, likely a simp of hers, seems intent on forcing here.

You lot are way behind on this thread anyway. She's more than David can handle, surely?
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26th May 2020
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Like Angela Rayner if she actually had a functioning brain.
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26th May 2020
Tuesday 9:54 am
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Massively underrated. It helps I've got a thing for soft Manc and South Yorks accents.
>> No. 41207 Anonymous
29th May 2020
Friday 11:51 am
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Used to do do the weather, degree in astrophysics. I love are Sarah.
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31st May 2020
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She is fit.

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>> No. 437285 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 11:25 pm
/b/437285 Twitter
Twitter are fact checking. Does this mean that the moon split religion gets silenced. Or the people that say there's 105 genders need evidence. Asking for Jordan Peterson.
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>> No. 437299 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 3:02 am
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As far as I know he's quadrospazzed on a life glug in darkest Siberia so I think everyone can be happy with the current compromise. He's not dead, not alive, let's call the whole thing off.
>> No. 437301 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 8:41 am
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>>437295
>It's proven that the moon hasn't been split

Isn't that how we got the moon in the first place? Another planet crashing into Earth and breaking up.
>> No. 437302 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 8:43 am
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>>437301

Mother Earth had a miscarriage.
>> No. 437303 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 12:13 pm
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>Nanook points out the splitting of the moon. Anonymous 16th-century watercolor from a Falnama, a Persian book of prophecy. Nanook is the veiled figure on the right.

I love how they covered his face with a cloth.
>> No. 437306 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 12:58 pm
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I love the people in the background nonchalantly hiding behind some suspicious rocks. I also love the guy on the right who has sleeves that are far too long for some reason.
I love everything about this picture.

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>> No. 65554 Searchfag
29th May 2020
Friday 9:03 pm
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Is 2pac Shakur popular in Iran?
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>> No. 65555 Searchfag
29th May 2020
Friday 9:40 pm
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'it time to to fight back'
-That's Huey's Stand
>(a good day to you sir)
now Huey's banned
>> No. 65557 Searchfag
29th May 2020
Friday 10:07 pm
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>> No. 65559 YubYub
31st May 2020
Sunday 12:43 pm
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Lionel Ritchie is. They even use an acoustic guitar riff from his song "Hello" as part of their Shotwave Radio propaganda broadcasts. I'm not making this up. Tune in!

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>> No. 23797 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 1:24 am
/news/23797 ITZ 48K - 8 Bit Edition
Bozza dead by next week, bet your house on it.
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>> No. 25149 Anonymous
29th May 2020
Friday 7:27 pm
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I'm pretty convinced that there isn't a single american that actually understands what free speech actually means in the context of the first amendment.
>> No. 25150 Anonymous
29th May 2020
Friday 8:06 pm
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The problem with fake news, not to say that it doesn't exist, because it does, is that people like to class things they disagree with as fake news. They like to dismiss people as stupid for reading it.

Some people just don't like immigration. They're not stupid, they're not subsumed by fake news, they just don't like it.
>> No. 25152 Anonymous
29th May 2020
Friday 10:30 pm
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>>25149
You're right - very few Americans truly understand their own constitution, but to be fair, it isn't the greatest legal document in the world. We take the piss out of our legal structure when you find old laws that are still in place (is it still legal to kill Welsh people in Chester after dark? do cab drivers still have to carry a bale of hay in their boot?) but US law is full of it.
>> No. 25158 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 3:49 am
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>>25152

I know you're right, but even I know that the first amendment starts "congress shall make no law..." and not "u can tweet wot u want"
>> No. 25210 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 12:26 pm
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Oddly I usually encounter the opposite problem where Yanks assume any appeal to freedom of speech is rooted in the first amendment to their crummy constitution instead of being an independent principle.

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>> No. 89773 Anonymous
24th May 2020
Sunday 2:30 pm
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Is the fuckwit gonna go or is he gonna cling on like a dingleberry?
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>> No. 89943 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 7:15 pm
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Did what a dad would do for his kid. It's absolutely nothing to do with his mastermind of Brexit and helping the Conservatives achieve the largest majority since Thatcher. Or was that Corbyn. Gonna be an overblown media frenzy made up bullshit backlash somewhere. And absolutely nothing to do with Mark Sedwill.

https://londonlovesbusiness.com/ian-blackford-mp-called-a-hypocrite-over-600-mile-trip-during-lockdown/
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30th May 2020
Saturday 9:34 pm
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Misery guts.
>> No. 89945 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 10:49 pm
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Is this >>89942
>> No. 89946 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 9:49 am
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>>89943

How do you explain the trip to Barnard Castle, which coincidentally fell upon on his wife's birthday?

They knew they were in the wrong, his wife even wrote an article in the Spectator pretending to be isolating in London.

He broke the rules first time, by returning to work after feeling better rather than isolating for the correct amount of time.

Blackford is whataboutism.
>> No. 89947 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 9:57 am
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Man who reported second Dominic Cummings trip admits he 'made that up'

A man who claimed to have seen Dominic Cummings in Durham for a second time in April has admitted that he made it up, according to reports.

Tim Matthews said he altered figures on the popular Strava running app to make it look like he had seen Mr Cummings in Durham on April 19, after the PM's aide had returned to London from his first trip.

His claim was reported in the Guardian earlier this week. But he told the Mail on Sunday: "I made that up afterwards, a few days ago in fact. I modified it for a little bit of comedy value. I undid it later, I’m sorry. A bit of comedy value even if it was really inappropriate."


https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/dominic-cummings-second-trip-made-up-a4455501.html

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>> No. 4998 Anonymous
27th August 2013
Tuesday 12:41 am
/spo/4998 Wrestling thread
Here's your wrestling thread. I expect lots of YouTube videos of botches and Cena hating... I would also like more stories along the lines of how Orton shat in a handbag.

Pic is Dean Ambrose at czw getting sawed... Just like real wraslin' should.
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>> No. 8953 Anonymous
29th May 2020
Friday 7:39 pm
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>>8952

I normally respect rather than enjoy wrestling, but that was a beautiful bit of physical theatre.
>> No. 8954 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 1:42 am
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>>8952
Orange Cassidy makes no sense as a pro-wrestler as I understand it, his gimmick shouldn't work, but it does and kids love him. Guy is gonna be a star, because he has "it" whatever "it" is.
>> No. 8955 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 2:00 am
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>>5246
This post aged well.
>> No. 8956 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 10:47 pm
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>>8952

That video was adorable.
>> No. 8957 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 11:16 pm
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>>8956

True

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>> No. 6158 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 3:51 pm
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Let's say that all of your clothes were thrown out and you were given a budget of, say, up to £1,000 to get fully kitted out again. How do you spend it?
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>> No. 6171 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 8:45 pm
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Assuming I need a year-round wardrobe:

10 Uniqlo Oxford button-down long-sleeve slim fit shirts in white and light blue
One Uniqlo v-neck sweater in merino, one in lambswool
One Harris tweed or coarse worsted blazer, one corduroy blazer (sale or charity shop)
One pair of leather-soled brown half brogues, one pair of rubber-soled brown brogue boots (whatever Northampton brand is on sale or factory seconds, possibly charity shop find)
Two pairs of chinos, two pairs of cords, one pair of wool slacks (slim fit, whatever brand is on sale)
Cheapo ASOS Harrington jacket, wool pea coat from a charity shop
14 pairs of socks, boxer briefs and undershirts (light grey) from wherever is cheap, probably H&M
Fulton Ambassador umbrella
Some fat quarters of Tana Lawn fabric for handkerchiefs

I can sew, so I'd do my own alterations and add elbow patches to the sweaters and blazers. Yes, I am an extremely specific kind of twat.
>> No. 6172 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 9:18 pm
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>Charles Wilson

What are these like? The pictures on Amazon suggest they're a bad shape and fit.
>> No. 6173 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 10:14 pm
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£25 to cover my bits and be decent. £50 on a helmet. The rest on a second hand YT Jeffsy. Fuck it, if it's that bad i'm sending it.
>> No. 6174 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 10:32 pm
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Fits fine for me. Ultimately YMMV depending on body and whether you prefer v-necks.
>> No. 6175 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 10:38 pm
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I prefer henley shirts, but I worry they'd look too much like a pyjama top.

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>> No. 8707 Anonymous
27th October 2014
Monday 6:03 pm
/beat/8707 Cover songs
The Pet Shop Boys' Always On My Mind has been voted the top cover version of all time in a BBC Music vote.

The song, written by John Christopher, Mark James and Wayne Carson, was first made famous by Brenda Lee and Elvis Presley in 1972.

Johnny Cash's cover of Nine Inch Nails' Hurt came in second place, followed by The Stranglers' version of Dionne Warwick's Walk On By. Jimi Hendrix's take on Bob Dylan's All Along The Watchtower came fourth. Jeff Buckley's cover of Leonard Cohen's classic Hallelujah completed the top five.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-29791820

Not keen on that version of Walk On By but I like the rest. I reckon I'd have to have a good think about my favourite covers and I'm sure I'd still forget some.
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>> No. 12360 Anonymous
28th April 2020
Tuesday 1:04 am
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People made fun of me as a kid because I bit my lower lip when I drummed and I got self-consious and stopped, one of my biggest regrets, easily. This video confirms how far self-confidence can take you and it hurts.
>> No. 12361 Anonymous
28th April 2020
Tuesday 1:08 am
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>>12358

I listened to them when I was about 12 or 13, it has genuinely never occurred to me that they'd still be going. Next you'll tell me Papa Roach has a cult following in Latin America or something.

But yeah I think it's serious. I would suggest he's probably on summat though.
>> No. 12362 Anonymous
28th April 2020
Tuesday 2:48 am
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>>12361

>Papa Roach has a cult following in Latin America or something

They're still massive in Germany.


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24th May 2020
Sunday 1:25 pm
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Probably the highlight of the last series of Black Mirror, which I realise is damning it with faint praise.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvLceBjnG3w
>> No. 12389 Anonymous
30th May 2020
Saturday 10:21 pm
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They've now uploaded a non-live version.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcI8sfwxvIs

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