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>> No. 64216 Searchfag
25th October 2019
Friday 5:46 pm
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I always thought Somalis were more Arab than black so isn't it a bit racially insensitive to call this fella black just beause he has brown skin and culturally ignorant to assume that he's black if he has African roots? I don't think Somalians call themselves black and I doubt a regular black person would consider a Somalian to be one of his "niggas".
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>> No. 64221 R4GE
25th October 2019
Friday 7:01 pm
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Why not call a spade a spade?
>> No. 64222 Billbob
25th October 2019
Friday 7:16 pm
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Because it's racist.
>> No. 64223 Are Moaty
25th October 2019
Friday 7:28 pm
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i dunno maybe see if he or other somalis object to it before deciding if it's a problem or not
>> No. 64224 Ambulancelad
25th October 2019
Friday 8:37 pm
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I've got nothing against gardening implements
>> No. 64225 Anonymous
25th October 2019
Friday 9:00 pm
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toolist detected


>> No. 8980 Anonymous
22nd January 2015
Thursday 10:10 pm
/beat/8980 ITT: Songs in a foreign language
Ásgeir Trausti - Heimförin (Icelandic folk music)

Kaizers Orchestra - Knekker Deg Til Sist (Norwegian alt-rock)

Chetes - Camino a Casa (apparently this counts as pop rock in Mexico)

I guess songs in English by non-native speaking artists are fine too.
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>> No. 12195 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 8:32 pm
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>> No. 12196 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 8:56 pm
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Scouse is not a foreign language.
>> No. 12197 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 9:06 pm
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>> No. 12199 Anonymous
25th October 2019
Friday 12:21 am
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Very happy to see that channel's MIA, pressumed killed.
>> No. 12200 Anonymous
25th October 2019
Friday 7:17 am
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If I remember correctly there was a furore and boycott of their gigs for being transphobic.


>> No. 12143 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 10:13 pm
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Evening, /beat/. We're going to play a little game.

This is how it works: Someone posts a song. The other two of us reply with a song that we think they'll like based on that track and [optional] also post another song for others to respond to.
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>> No. 12158 Anonymous
7th September 2019
Saturday 2:32 pm
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I think you would like:

I would like something like:

>> No. 12159 Anonymous
7th September 2019
Saturday 6:16 pm
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Anyone know songs with female vocals like this? ANY EGGERS?

>> No. 12160 Anonymous
7th September 2019
Saturday 9:47 pm
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I heard something that sounded very similar vocally on 6 Music a week or two ago, but I can't remember what.

Anyway, here's Avant Gardener by Courtney Barnett:

Any excuse to recommend Starcadian.

Try Digital Versicolor by Glass Candy.

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>> No. 12162 Anonymous
7th September 2019
Saturday 10:48 pm
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That's the only songs of theirs I know, but maybe some of their other stuff is more upbeat.
>> No. 12198 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 9:08 pm
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>> No. 64202 Crabkiller
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 6:31 pm
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This man pinches your girlfriend on the buttery biscuit base. What do you do about it?
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>> No. 64210 Crabkiller
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 6:09 pm
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Is that Touker Suleman?
>> No. 64211 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 9:14 pm
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he is more buff than I was expecting.
>> No. 64213 Billbob
24th October 2019
Thursday 6:47 pm
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Much younger wife, innit. Wants to keep her sweet.
>> No. 64214 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 7:50 pm
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He looks like Evil Shrek
>> No. 64215 Paedofag
24th October 2019
Thursday 8:06 pm
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I'd say more bounce by the ounce.


>> No. 431358 Anonymous
15th October 2019
Tuesday 5:53 pm
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Alright lads, I need some input on whether to move to the other side of the world. (Yes I posted >>13299 but I can't delete the thread because it has too many replies).

I'm consulting friends, family and now this place as none of you know me and can be as unbiased and not care about hurting my feelings. Yes I know ultimately it also has to be my decision.

With that said, have any of you lads ever been to NZ? Lived there? Know people that lived there? Lived anywhere that's not the UK? It's a small country but trying to find anybody who has actually lived there is a bit of a pain.

I've been offered a job I wasn't expecting, it's more money (About 100k NZ dollars which is about 50k GBP), it's in a well known place and it means that I'll get lots of fresh air, lots of nice scenery and compared to living in London I can afford my own one bed/studio rather than a houseshare with strangers.

That said, I'm worried it just looks...well... boring. I love the outdoors, but it seems like you really have to enjoy that and the isolation, otherwise it's fucking lonely. London has its faults, but I'm never bored, I have my network here and I have lots I can do here, even if it can be a bit polluted and grimy at times.

Having consulted with people I know (even my gf), they all think it's ridiculous not to take it and try it out and if it's shit come back after a year or so, find a new job and carry on living my London life. My gf said if it's good she will come visit and then come and join me after 6 months or so.

Any of you lads got any opinions on NZ or wanna shout out things in general to consider about moving abroad? I've only ever lived in the UK so I feel like I am trying to weigh up the wrong things.
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>> No. 431673 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 7:50 am
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I'm going.

Made my decision, gonnagive it a whirl.
>> No. 431677 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 2:13 pm
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Been curious about NZ myself, let us know how it goes mate.
>> No. 431693 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 8:00 pm
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Good for you lad.
>> No. 431717 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 4:58 pm
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Thanks lad will do.

As these things typically happen my referee is away for a while so it's holding me up slightly but I should be there by the start of next year and will update some point then.

Thanks lad and thanks to all you lads for the advice.

Hope there's not some sort of location block on accessing this site that the mods have turned on.
>> No. 431720 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 5:58 pm
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>Hope there's not some sort of location block on accessing this site that the mods have turned on.
I hope so, you kiwi turncoat. How dare you escape our sinking isle to a land of quantifiably higher living standards.

Have a great time, lad.


>> 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.


I like birds but starlings are a massive noisy pain in the arse.
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>> No. 430493 Anonymous
14th September 2019
Saturday 11:37 am
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>I am a bit of a spergic cunt with no idea how to act normally

With future designer babies, that shouldn't happen anymore.
>> No. 430494 Anonymous
14th September 2019
Saturday 1:42 pm
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Thank fuck. The world doesn't need any more wastes of resources like me.
>> No. 430495 Anonymous
14th September 2019
Saturday 3:29 pm
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That's the spirit.
>> No. 431712 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 11:38 am
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If I let go of my anger I'd probably dissipate into a foul smelling viscous liquid, but holding onto it I'm like a fucked washing machine, all smashed to shite by its own motive force.
>> No. 431713 Anonymous
24th October 2019
Thursday 11:50 am
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It's darker this morning than it was last night.


>> No. 64189 Searchfag
21st October 2019
Monday 4:58 pm
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When I say BBC what is the first thing that comes to mind?

British Broadcasting Corporation?
big black cock?
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>> No. 64199 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 10:56 pm
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When I say SS, what is the first thing that comes to mind?
Senior staff?

You are on my list my friend list :3
>> No. 64200 Auntiefucker
21st October 2019
Monday 11:35 pm
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I actually thought of the linux command first. For shame.
>> No. 64201 Auntiefucker
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 4:33 pm
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>> No. 64205 Searchfag
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 7:55 pm
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Those old Chevy muscle cars with SS badging.
>> No. 64212 Are Moaty
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 10:45 pm
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That's Cardiff, you dafty.



>> No. 29019 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 7:32 pm
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I honestly can't stand it any more.

The internet is breaking my faith in the human species and I need a break from it. Doesn't matter where you go. Chan boards? Infested with alt-right mouthbreathers. Reddit? The opposite brand of people with mind-worms so powerful they think the holodomor was a good thing. Video game sites? Corporate shills and pay-pig knuckle draggers. Obscure nerd hobby forum? Autism so powerful you can't even risk making a joke. Twitter? Let's not even go there, honestly.

Talking to randoms online has always felt like a beneficial exposure to differing ideas and opinions, but nowadays I'm starting to feel like participating in anything resembling the typical modern social media culture simply isn't good for me. Maybe I'm getting old, maybe everyone is just a dickhead, maybe I'm just a dickhead; but I used to be one of the people with ideals and some hope to change the world for the better. Ten years on, the kids have decided what I believe in is outdated, and that I'm pretty much the reincarnation of Hitler for every questioning the new orthodoxies of thought.

I'll be the first to admit I don't exactly have a busy social life in the real world. I'm working on changing that, but there are times I'm not feeling up to it, so I rely on the internet as a crutch. It's those times where I feel incredibly isolated without it, but exposing myself to the widespread toxicity of the internet at large any more is almost certainly unhealthy by this point.

What can I do?
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>> No. 29023 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 7:38 pm
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I've thought the same for a while.
>> No. 29024 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 9:40 pm
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I've been going to church as a Catholic most of my life. Myself and some of the other lads have been getting shitfaced after mass every Sunday. I really look forward to Sundays. Religious people really aren't that religious for the record, and it can be an easy place to make a few pals to drink with mate. Given, I am in central London, so I'm not sure how populated things are in your area. Mass in your area might be a bunch of old people singing Jesus songs.
>> No. 29028 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 5:34 pm
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OP here. I doubt that's really an option for me, considering I'm exactly the sort of person a Christian might assume to be a devil worshipper, and if they were to delve into my creative output over the years might find a considerable body of evidence to support such a claim.

Once, when I worked in a shop, a frightened looking woman gave me a leaflet about salvation after I'd finished serving her. I recall finding it incredibly rude.
>> No. 29030 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 6:25 pm
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I find it's very easy for the chans to sweep me along with poor worldviews and 'reality tunnels'. It's times like those when it helps me to remember the sea is still rolling - moment after moment going in and out for eternity (at least as i could percieve it). Life goes on, those people on the beach aren't the people in my mind - for one i didn't even imagine if they're have hair. It's all too easy to think your ideas exist in the real world, when in reality everything is far to complex for us to get even a momentary grasp of (though it seems the strive to hold it is as important as letting go).

It might take a few days, perhaps longer, but i usually find getting some fresh air helps. Sit at a park side with a mug of tea, listening to the world go by. There's more beauty about this existance than we might usually think. Just need some environmental enrichment.
>> No. 29036 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 8:51 pm
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>What can I do?

Get outside, the internets isn't real.


>> No. 51150 Anonymous
8th October 2013
Tuesday 9:23 pm
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Young adults in England have scored among the lowest results in the industrialised world in international literacy and numeracy tests.

A major study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) shows how England's 16 to 24-year-olds are falling behind their Asian and European counterparts. England is 22nd for literacy and 21st for numeracy out of 24 countries.

Unlike other developed countries, the study also showed that young people in England are no better at these tests than older people, in the 55 to 65 age range. When this is weighted with other factors, such as the socio-economic background of people taking the test, it shows that England is the only country in the survey where results are going backwards - with the older cohort better than the younger.

Cue lots of finger pointing and nothing changing.
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>> No. 86930 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 12:24 pm
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There's also a great deal of careers that, once you're about three or four years in, your degree isn't worth mentioning anyway. I don't typically include it in my CV, just simply don't have to.

Apprenticeships seem like a Very Good Idea, a way to get people's feet in doors and get them qualified in an actual, useful way.
>> No. 86931 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 1:30 pm
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Until they turn you down for being a useless cunt.
>> No. 86932 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 2:17 pm
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>Most people go to university because they believe it'll improve their employment prospects. You might think that's terribly mercenary, but it's true.

This is a strong statement that I think you really need to justify with data. I imagine employment are one part of a broad array of motivations to go to university -- but even if you're just looking at employment prospects, I think there's more too it than just raw earning power. Things like control over work, interesting and comfortable work, better negotiating power, broader cultural understandings.

People may not always be able to articulate these factors, but they're all part of the package of a perceived "better life".

That's been my personal experience, too. I was nearly discouraged from pursuing education on the grounds that I might not get a job out of it. Sticking with it was the best decision I ever made, because it enriched my life in countless ways and gave me ideas for what I wanted to do. Ironically, this also allowed me to earn decent money.
>> No. 86933 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 4:32 pm
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>This is a strong statement that I think you really need to justify with data.
>That's been my personal experience

Oh, lad.

My personal experience is that most people went to university because they didn't know what they wanted to do in life so it was preferable to spend three years getting pissed and putting off having to search for a job. A fair bit of herd following.

The number of 'good degrees' did not increase at the anywhere near the rate of people applying to university.
>> No. 86934 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 6:28 pm
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I took pains to emphasise "my personal experience" precisely because I don't think it's representative of the whole population.

My point was that my personal experience directly contradicts yours, and we could probably both do with something more reliable before we try to speak on as big a question as "why do people go to university?".


>> No. 430713 Anonymous
23rd September 2019
Monday 12:18 pm
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Boy, 12, nearly lost his testicles due to ‘bangcock’ school craze

What were the crazes when you were at school, lads?
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>> No. 431660 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 8:23 pm
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Alright fucking Rees Mogg, where did you go to school that you could afford to spend more than coppers to bruise another kid's shins?

Anything above a 5p was best saved, until you spotted one of the vending machines had got stuck so you could make it spill out two packs of polos or fizzy jerks for the price of one.
>> No. 431668 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 10:43 pm
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yea the 50ps hurt the most cos of the edges
>> No. 431669 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 10:43 pm
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yea the 50ps hurt the most cos of the edges
>> No. 431670 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 11:11 pm
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Some of you probably grew up with the miniature 50ps of today.
>> No. 431671 Anonymous
23rd October 2019
Wednesday 12:24 am
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When I were a lad, you could eat your dinner off a 50p piece they were that big. As long as you didn't have too much gravy at least.


>> No. 64208 Billbob
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 10:08 pm
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>> No. 20447 Anonymous
16th October 2019
Wednesday 8:45 pm
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'Josef the Austrian' who rented farmhouse where family 'waited for end times' for nine years is arrested for imprisoning them in 'secret room' as it emerges some of the 'victims' can no longer speak

What the fuck is it with Austrians?
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>> No. 20456 Anonymous
16th October 2019
Wednesday 11:37 pm
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I heard about it on the BBC's Global News Podcast and it seemed that no one was terribly sure what was actually going on.

Apparently the first thing the absolute lad who made a break for it did was go to the pub and sink five pints, so I'm thinking the beer ran out and that was the final straw.
>> No. 20458 Anonymous
17th October 2019
Thursday 2:10 am
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>What the fuck is it with Austrians?

>In a bizarre attempt to defend his conduct he said Hitler’s Germany had instilled “a high regard for decency and uprightness” in him.

Next thing we'll know, they were all just following orders.
>> No. 20459 Anonymous
17th October 2019
Thursday 7:05 am
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They sound a bit complicit in the whole thing.
>> No. 20461 Anonymous
18th October 2019
Friday 12:53 pm
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>The father of a family that spent nearly a decade living in a secret room in a Dutch farmhouse once belonged to the Rev Sun Myung Moon’s controversial Unification church and was trying to found a cult of his own, Dutch media have reported.

The plot thickens.
>> No. 20504 Anonymous
22nd October 2019
Tuesday 1:05 am
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I've thought about starting my own cult. I'm already a quite narcissistic personality, and the thought of people worshipping me and throwing all their money at me seems more appealing to me than it ever should. Even if the average person will never be so gullible, all it takes is a few dozen people who are willing to blow their life savings on the prospect of eternal salvation, and you're golden.

Or maybe I'll start selling esoteric items on eBay or Amazon. There seem to be huge profit margins if you convince people that quite ordinary items that you can make from £10 worth of raw materials possess healing powers:


>> No. 430168 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 7:08 am
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When was the last time you committed a random act of kindness and what was it?
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>> No. 431631 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 9:24 pm
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She's selling nudes now, 3 pictures for £30. Seems like a bit of a stretch. Maybe we could all chip in though, and get her to do a weird britfa set.
>> No. 431637 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 10:41 pm
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I'd let her to do a art ho plushie iykwim
>> No. 431638 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 11:17 pm
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Oh no that's awful, where?
>> No. 431639 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 11:21 pm
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This is the driving mindset behind roughtly 75% of the Daily Mail's journalist output.
>> No. 431641 Anonymous
21st October 2019
Monday 11:48 pm
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I was thinking of

but you're not wrong.


>> No. 4831 Anonymous
19th October 2019
Saturday 1:51 am
/boo/4831 Aliens
The Area 51 thing was a massive wet fart, but it got me nostalgic for the old days where it wasn't all about chemtrails, Jews being behind 9/11, and flat-earth nonsense. Back then it was believable, grounded stuff like flying saucers and men in black. So let's talk about aliens.

Do you believe in aliens? Do you believe we are visited by aliens? Have you ever seen or encountered any aliens? Does the government know about aliens but cover it up? Did aliens visit and influence our ancestors in the past? Are aliens friendly, benign, or threatening?

Aliens are a very compelling subject. Why is the classic description of a grey so fundamentally creepy? Why have aliens and the things that surround them, UFOs, men in black, become such an ingrained part of modern folklore? Why have they fallen into the background in modern times, to be replaced with anti-intellectual/anti-science conspiracy theories for home schooling bible-bashing wierdos? Is this paradigm shift representative of the cultural era we have moved into?

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>> No. 4839 Anonymous
19th October 2019
Saturday 1:30 pm
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>I wish I could find it, but I'm sure I've read somewhere that the FBI encouraged rampant speculation about the JFK assassination and UFOs in the 1960s to draw attention away from Cointelpro -- a true conspiracy involving propaganda and outright murder of U.S. citizens.

My understanding is that the JFK conspiracy was fanned by the KGB and UFOs were a cover for the B2 programme.

I used to be the same but then memes happened so I'd probably just laugh at an alien these days.

If you apply some logic then you can easily enough work out how they'd behave. Interstellar aliens would have to be curious and pro-social to even get to our level and they wouldn't be some sinister uniform civilisation but lots of divergent personalities with mundane objectives.

I think the fear is explainable in just how they represent a hostile tribe. Hence their almost synonymous identity in our imagination with demons.
>> No. 4840 Anonymous
19th October 2019
Saturday 6:20 pm
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>and they wouldn't be some sinister uniform civilisation but lots of divergent personalities with mundane objectives.

I don't know about that. I know it's a very Sci-Fi thing to say, but they could all share a consciousness or be the last surviving community on a planet that worships a cult like figure obsessed with blue planets or anything really. You're probably right that they need to be curious and social, but even then, I don't think it's impossible to end up with some sort of intelligent fungus with legs that just wants to eat every tree they can find.
>> No. 4841 Anonymous
20th October 2019
Sunday 5:35 pm
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Fermi's paradox ensures that there are others out there but first the distances could be too big, especially if there is no warp drive and everyone is limited to lightspeed.

Second, the universe is not Sid Meier's Civilization, not everyone spawned at the same time. Human civilization started 20.000 years ago, but we started acting as civilized, technological people only in the last 150 years. There is a good chance that if we met the Aliens they would be as incomprehensible to us as a network engineer with a bionic hand would be incomprehensible to an ancient Egyptian farmer.
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20th October 2019
Sunday 5:39 pm
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The spirit of your analogy isn't wrong but ancient Egyptians used prostheses. They'd get the gist of it even if impressed by how well it works.
>> No. 4843 Anonymous
20th October 2019
Sunday 5:57 pm
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>Do you believe in aliens?
Yes. Because of the vastness of the Universe.

>Do you believe we are visited by aliens?
No evidence.

>Have you ever seen or encountered any aliens?

>Does the government know about aliens but cover it up?
No evidence.

>Did aliens visit and influence our ancestors in the past? Are aliens friendly, benign, or threatening?
If we were visited by intelligent life, I think they would harvest the resources of our planet and subjugate us. Much like in the past when humans with superior technology met those who were primitive (see the new world).


>> No. 85279 Anonymous
20th March 2019
Wednesday 8:45 pm
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I think the UK has become like one of those girlfriends that's always threatening to dump you, but never does.
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>> No. 86483 Anonymous
10th August 2019
Saturday 1:35 pm
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We should definitely build more boats though.
>> No. 86922 Anonymous
19th October 2019
Saturday 1:46 pm
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Are Western freedoms even worth it if we don't get bangers like this?

>> No. 86923 Anonymous
19th October 2019
Saturday 6:26 pm
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>>86922 That's splendid.

Have I just ignored / missed a load of songs (protest or otherwise) about IIIWW? Surely there have been some. (quick trawl of youtube later: sweet christ. I really wish I hadn't).
So: any decent songs about it? Either side.
>> No. 86924 Anonymous
19th October 2019
Saturday 7:34 pm
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This will never be beaten.
>> No. 86925 Anonymous
19th October 2019
Saturday 8:21 pm
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Oh no, the BRILLIANCE is spreading.


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>> No. 13078 Anonymous
29th September 2019
Sunday 3:34 pm
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What am I doing wrong, lads? Every slow cooker curry I make turns out more like a watery broth; there's absolutely no thickness to the sauce and it just doesn't... taste like a curry. It has all the flavours but it doesn't quite mesh right.

My process is:
Fry chicken pieces with onions, carrots, and broccoli until browned off.
Put in slow cooker with box of passata, 4 or 5 heaped tablespoons of madras curry powder, and a whole chilli. Sprinkle Oxo cube in too.
Give it a mix, put the lid on, low for 8 hours or high for 6.

Add chopped coriander, leave for 5 mins with lid off, serve.

Every time, as I say, it's just far, far too watery. The most recent batch I froze individual portions of just have no sauce at all. What do?

Thanks lads.
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>> No. 13089 Anonymous
30th September 2019
Monday 8:24 pm
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Have you ever tried to cook something on the hob for eight hours?
>> No. 13090 Anonymous
2nd October 2019
Wednesday 11:33 am
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Add some lentils, OP. It's a better way of adding some body to a curry than cornstarch.
>> No. 13097 Anonymous
18th October 2019
Friday 4:40 pm
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Another advantage is that it uses substantially less energy. The ceramic pot/insulation and lid mean that it loses remarkably little heat.
>> No. 13103 Anonymous
19th October 2019
Saturday 4:13 pm
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I always felt my curries were lacking a certain thickness/creaminess until I discovered cashew paste, but then tikka masala is my favourite. Soak some cashews in about the same volume of milk for a couple of hours, blend well, then chuck in the curry towards the end of cooking.
>> No. 13104 Anonymous
19th October 2019
Saturday 6:10 pm
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My solution to that was simply to add double cream. It's like a cheat code for tasty curry.


>> No. 64184 Crabkiller
18th October 2019
Friday 5:21 pm
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>> No. 64185 Billbob
18th October 2019
Friday 5:32 pm
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>> No. 64186 YubYub
18th October 2019
Friday 6:11 pm
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It's the first time in a while something on the internet has been so edgy that it's made me actually say "oh wow" out loud.

Shared on Facebook by someone who, unsurprisingly, is a massive Corbyn fan and on the dole.
>> No. 64187 Moralfag
19th October 2019
Saturday 11:23 am
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What a shit meme. It's not even in the right font.
>> No. 64188 Billbob
19th October 2019
Saturday 12:39 pm
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Image macro. Not meme. Image macro.


>> No. 28846 Anonymous
24th August 2019
Saturday 10:06 am
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Has anyone here managed to cure their hard-flaccid?

I'm nearly 40 and I've had this since i was about 12. I think it was caused by bad masturbation technique in which I'd tense up my kegel muscles to achieve quicker orgasm.

Is it too late to cure now?
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>> No. 28865 Anonymous
25th August 2019
Sunday 12:31 am
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I'm younger than you, and it's not the same thing... But I messed up my penis as a teenager and for a good decade it would only get hard in parts/lumps unless I massaged it to help the blood get to the parts it was supposed to go.

My condition eventually got better.
>> No. 28877 Anonymous
26th August 2019
Monday 11:40 am
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Yesterday I bought eggs for the first time in ages and i think it's because of this thread.
>> No. 28879 Anonymous
26th August 2019
Monday 4:21 pm
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Big Egg shilling on .gs, m8. What a world.
>> No. 28880 Anonymous
26th August 2019
Monday 6:57 pm
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Big Egg shelling
>> No. 29014 Anonymous
18th October 2019
Friday 1:16 pm
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>> No. 86507 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 10:41 am
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Government asks Queen to suspend Parliament

The government has asked the Queen to suspend Parliament just days after MPs return to work in September - and only a few weeks before the IIIWW deadline.

Boris Johnson said a Queen's Speech would take place after the suspension, on 14 October, to outline his "very exciting agenda". But it means MPs are unlikely to have time to pass laws to stop a no-deal IIIWW on 31 October.

The ride never ends!
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>> No. 86917 Anonymous
17th October 2019
Thursday 10:09 pm
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Hooray, we just need to bung the DUP several billion pounds, take the ERG out on a cruise down the Thames River over Saturday and then... no wait, IIIWW's still fucked.

We're all dead and this is Hell.
>> No. 86918 Anonymous
17th October 2019
Thursday 11:26 pm
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The DUP seem like loathsome miserable people.
>> No. 86919 Anonymous
17th October 2019
Thursday 11:47 pm
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You now understand why the Empire oppressed the Irish without a hint of remorse for hundreds of years and we were all better off for it.
>> No. 86920 Anonymous
18th October 2019
Friday 12:36 am
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The DUP have really stumbled into an amazing game with this. Between Northern Ireland seemingly unable to form an executive and their sway over Westminster they have simultaneously locked out any Nationalist voice while dictating the IIIWW process themselves and bringing home the bacon. There's urgent need for government in Northern Ireland but I guess not even they could've predicted how long this would go on.

Not that I really blame them for being prickly. They don't want a hard border over the Irish sea just as the nationalist community don't want one with the Republic only they don't have as many people fighting their corner and seem to be passed over as an inconvenience in Great Britain. It's perfectly legitimate, being British they don't want to be ruled from Dublin or end up as a proto-colony of the EU and unlike IrishPassportlad they're not willing to sacrifice their identity for money.
>> No. 86921 Anonymous
18th October 2019
Friday 9:55 am
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>they're not willing to sacrifice their identity for money.
Thankfully for them, they're willing to sacrifice all sorts of other things for money, like their integrity.

I find it funny that the complexities of the departure and the general shitshow that arises from a lack of functioning government haven't really bothered them but even the slightest hint of a woman getting an abortion and suddenly they're desperate to get around the table.


>> No. 3840 Anonymous
19th September 2013
Thursday 10:03 pm
/£$€¥/3840 Pensions
The OFT have come out and said that many old (i.e. set up before 2001) pension schemes have high charges and offer savers poor value for money. They've also suggested a cap for auto-enrolment schemes, but it's going to be an almost meaningless gesture as you'd be very hard pressed to find a provider offering auto-enrolment terms with annual management charges greater than 1% anyway.

The pension scheme I'm in at work (contribution: 5% employer, 5% employee gross) has management charges of 0.6%, which I'm alright with as it's less than I'd get if I was investing in collectives through an ISA.

However, I've put the charges and contribution details into Invidion's pension calculator for an idea of what I'd get when I'm 65, 40 years from now, and if my salary increases in line with National Average Earnings and I took the 25% tax-free lump sum I'd be looking at a pension in today's terms of 27.5% of my current salary. If I wanted a pension that would be about two-thirds of what I'm earning now then I'll need to contribute, assuming the employer contribution stays at 5%, 15% gross (12% net) of my salary every year for the next four decades. This does depend on what annuity rates will be like then and I'd also be getting the State Pension, as long as they haven't upped the age you receive it to 80 by then.

If it wasn't for the tax relief and my employer matching my contributions then I doubt I'd bother and I'd look into other ways to support myself while I'm in retirement. What about you lads? What are your thoughts on pensions? In my opinion to have any form of decent retirement income you're at the mercy of your employer offering a good pension scheme.
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>> No. 7809 Anonymous
17th October 2019
Thursday 8:28 pm
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Is THAT what you're doing with your VR wankmachine? That's sick that is.
>> No. 7810 Anonymous
17th October 2019
Thursday 8:47 pm
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Well I don't know about you lot but I'm winning the Euromillions tomorrow anyway, so it won't matter.
>> No. 7811 Anonymous
17th October 2019
Thursday 9:59 pm
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I would really like some money.
>> No. 7812 Anonymous
17th October 2019
Thursday 11:25 pm
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If I win, I'll split it with both you lads.
>> No. 7813 Anonymous
18th October 2019
Friday 12:08 am
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I knew my quality posts would pay off in the end.


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