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>> No. 35677 Anonymous
24th October 2021
Sunday 4:54 pm
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What's all this about then

>Women and girls are "terrified" to go out due to "sinister" means being used to try to attack them, an MP has said. Anna McMorrin, Labour's shadow minister for victims and youth justice, spoke out following reports of women being injected and having drinks spiked.

>Home Secretary Priti Patel has asked police forces for an update following a number of cases of women reporting being spiked by needles in nightclubs. A boycott of clubs is being planned in some cities, including Cardiff, on 29 October. Ms McMorrin said her eldest daughter, who is a university student, told her she and friends were taking extra precautions as they were "scared to go out at night". "Dealing with the perpetrators, that is the issue, and that is doing things like making misogyny a hate crime - that begins to change the culture," said the MP.

Am I wrong to see a connection between what has been over a year of vaccination paranoia and the emergence of needle spiking incidents? It seems odd to me why someone would go out and manage to inject people like that without them noticing or the needle breaking.
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>> No. 35947 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 8:11 pm
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Clearly it was Owen Paterson doing it as a second job.
>> No. 35948 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 9:20 pm
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Say what you want about the scum man, he gets results.

We should probably have someone look into his wife's "suicide" given this fresh information.
>> No. 35949 Anonymous
19th November 2021
Friday 12:27 am
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Has it? What do you think it was that solved it?
>> No. 35950 Anonymous
19th November 2021
Friday 3:43 am
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There was a bit more to it than "having Ring doorbells outside their house".

>> No. 35951 Anonymous
19th November 2021
Friday 7:24 am
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They're still being reported, just at a local level rather than national.

Four alleged needle spikings in Watford last weekend.

Two reports in Cheltenham last week.

Seven people in Doncaster last weekend.

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>> No. 3595 Anonymous
11th April 2021
Sunday 4:42 pm
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How do you find shared flats in London? I looked online and there seems to be conflicting recommendations with some services even charging a fee.

The overall impression is it's a minefield even with a global pandemic on. I'm not a chancer looking to pay pennies for a palace, when I moved to the London from my parents house I started renting a studio flat for myself, a nice place but not somewhere you can really take a lass back. Cost is what it is but I didn't want to fuck about with nightmare housemates when I was getting serious with my career. Years later and I was planning on buying a house this year but will need to do at least another year of saving on top.

As an aside, it also seems tacitly demanded that I'll need to join board game nights - all the ads from my last look implied this. I mean being social is fine, I'll have a brew and maybe do dinner some nights but is this some kind of filter or code?
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>> No. 3659 Anonymous
8th November 2021
Monday 6:05 pm
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Bit of water's always nice.
>> No. 3660 Anonymous
8th November 2021
Monday 6:36 pm
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Depends on what there is to do in the evening / weekends in that area. If that is London, I would say NW is a much nicer postcode to live in than E.
>> No. 3661 Anonymous
13th November 2021
Saturday 5:11 pm
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For an update Waterfront was a tease; was ready to sign but had to agree a time to meet the other housemate that they never got back to me on. It really is like dating.
NW had odd vibes, the guy started talking about it not currently being a joint-tenancy and he had his desk set-up in the living room which struck me as a power-move.

Going to get up early to go look around a flat that would be sharing with a 45 year old gay man tomorrow. Not really what I was looking for in being social but I don't want to be stuck in a months time without a place secured. Anyway, something I've noticed is that there are A LOT of flats with gay men - most are pretty obviously are picking only gay housemates which is annoying considering how many places that cuts out.
>> No. 3662 Anonymous
14th November 2021
Sunday 7:58 pm
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>a nihilistic-hedonistic attitude of "fuck it, if I catch HIV then so be it"

Those were almost the exact words of Freddie Mercury in the early 80s. Asked by a close friend what Freddie thought of that worrying new disease and if he was making sure he protected himself, Freddie allegedly flung up his arms and said, "Darling, fuck it. I am doing everything with everybody". This was at the beginning of his solo phase as a musician, when he was frequenting all the renowned gay clubs and bars in New York City, which was an epicentre of the early HIV pandemic. And that's probably where he got the virus at some point.
>> No. 3663 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 8:39 pm
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So I just put down a deposit on a place. The new housemate is sound and the location is fun albeit one of those joke houses that is a conversation on a conversion, he's spending most of his time at his girlfriend's or looking at places to move to in a few months.

Anyway after my new housemate took the ad down I realised he has a mezzanine above the kitchen/living room rather than walled a room upstairs. I didn't think to ask because it seemed so illogical for him to live there. For Fucks Sake.


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>> No. 447210 Anonymous
22nd October 2021
Friday 10:17 am
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>> No. 447931 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 9:26 am
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Strikes me as irrelevant. Actors should be able to improvise, the gun should never have been loaded.
>> No. 447932 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 9:48 am
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Improvise by aiming a gun at someone and pulling the trigger?
>> No. 447934 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 10:36 am
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That's batshit logic, especially if you've been following this case even a little bit, you'd know how tight on set gun protocols are supposed to be.

Not saying it's Baldwins fault, but your reasoning as to why it isn't might be the weirdest take I've seen for a while.
>> No. 447935 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 11:45 am
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Actually I'll admit total ignorance, here. I haven't been following the case at all, but my (lacking) understanding of on-set protocol is that the kind of (live?) ammunition used should never even be present, let alone loaded into a gun for filming purposes.

If that's not the case I'll gladly withdraw my hot take.


In a scene where it sounds like someone is being threatened with a gun, or will be shot, maybe.
>> No. 447936 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 11:49 am
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Don't get them started on "live" ammo again. They will start gaslighting you.


>> No. 6403 Anonymous
16th November 2021
Tuesday 8:35 pm
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I've tried growing my hair out a couple times in my life. In theory doing so would result in some nice, thick and shiny curls and many people have said I should keep it going when it initially starts growing out and the light brown curls begin showing.

The problem is of course that I don't have a clue what I'm doing so it soon falls to shit. I don't know how maintenance works at the hairdresser and I seem to end up alternating between frizzy and greasy with no in-between. Do you lads have any tips or helpful guides on long curly hair? What do I ask for at the hairdresser and what products should I be using?

I appreciate I should've sorted this last year but lately I've been feeling like an ugly bastard so I'm working on myself.
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>> No. 6414 Anonymous
17th November 2021
Wednesday 10:33 pm
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This does not work for me, and I've tried argan oil and it just quickly makes it greasy as fuck.
>> No. 6415 Anonymous
17th November 2021
Wednesday 10:37 pm
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Nonsense, curly hair is a cheat code, it looks fine even when it's an absolute state because most people just can't tell the difference. If straight hair goes frizzy, you know about it.

Regardless though your answer doesn't lie in products, and fancy techniques, other than the argan oil like I mentioned. The stuff is a miracle, it gives your hair the natural oiliness it should have which prevents it getting bushy and frizzy when you've just washed it, and by some kind of actual voodoo it prevents tangles and knots entirely.

It's basically WD-40 for your head.
>> No. 6416 Anonymous
17th November 2021
Wednesday 10:37 pm
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You're using too much then, a little goes a very long way.
>> No. 6417 Anonymous
17th November 2021
Wednesday 11:06 pm
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Not at all, I've tried the tiniest amounts and it just doesn't seem to work for me. Everybody just has different hair/scalp types, there's no one size fits all when it comes to haircare.
>> No. 6418 Anonymous
17th November 2021
Wednesday 11:20 pm
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>Shampoo obviously

That's not so obvious, when I had long hair the very best thing I did for it was not shampoo it. Just washed it thoroughly in water every third shower.


>> No. 69985 Anonymous
16th November 2021
Tuesday 1:02 pm
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If someone was trying to hold in a fart and I sucked really hard on their bumhole would I be able to forcibly inhale the fart or would their bum muscles be strong enough to hold it in?
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>> No. 69986 Ambulancelad
16th November 2021
Tuesday 1:11 pm
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Only one way to find out. Be sure to record the results and send it to all your loved ones.
>> No. 69988 Searchfag
16th November 2021
Tuesday 1:28 pm
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I reckon the vacuum would defeat the sphincter. There's no such thing as a perfect seal as my underwear will attest.
>> No. 70002 Auntiefucker
16th November 2021
Tuesday 8:43 pm
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I cannot for the life of me picture someone successfully sucking a fart out of my bum if I didn't want them to. Especially when your mouth would need to somehow accommodate the very unsealable shape of a bum crack.
>> No. 70003 Billbob
16th November 2021
Tuesday 8:57 pm
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You could probably tease it relaxed with your tongue.
>> No. 70005 YubYub
16th November 2021
Tuesday 9:39 pm
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The warmth alone would do some of the work.


>> No. 14778 Anonymous
15th November 2021
Monday 7:55 pm
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I made some bold claims about my pancakes that I'll be expected to now back up. Do you have any tips or special recipes for them? Specifically the thick and spongy kind. Please and thank you.
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>> No. 14779 Anonymous
15th November 2021
Monday 8:21 pm
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To make a thick pancake put more batter in the pan.
>> No. 14780 Anonymous
15th November 2021
Monday 8:45 pm
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For the thick type just use self raising instead of plain flour. Milk, not water. Use a bit less liquid so it's thicker, you want it to sort of goop up in the middle of the pan.

My secret ingredient is to add a dash of vanilla extract. Doesn't do much but gives it that "something" people associate with a professional product and not just eggs with flour in.

Other than that it's just about what topping you put on. I'm a sweet tooth so I like a nice chocolate sauce. Couple spoons of cocoa powder and double cream heated up, job's a good 'un. I never saw the appeal of maple syrup, it's just shite golden syrup.

If you're making them for a woman and you want to look fancy and cultured, probably do strawberries and white chocolate or something daft like that. Not sure why but birds love that shit.
>> No. 14781 Anonymous
16th November 2021
Tuesday 8:34 pm
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Easier to make French toast. Buy some brioche loaf, soak it in cream and cinnamon, fry it, then serve it and say 'oh I thought that was what you meant'.
>> No. 14782 Anonymous
16th November 2021
Tuesday 9:02 pm
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It'd probably be more apt to follow a recipe for drop scones.


>> No. 5946 Anonymous
15th November 2021
Monday 2:01 pm
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How normal is it for your hair to fall out if you run your hands through your scalp/head?

I'm just noticing now little hairs on my keyboard, on my desk, shoulder etc. and I'm getting a bit paranoid.

I'm 29, and my mothers paternal side all had serious MBP way younger than me. But I have had multiple barbers tell me I have the thickest hair they've ever seen. Up until recently then this wasn't a concern of mine.

But now I'm freaking out a bit, I keep rubbing my hands through my hair and finding them in my hand. I swear I didn't notice this before. I'm not showing any actual signs of balding beyond that, but I'm a tad terrified.
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>> No. 5957 Anonymous
15th November 2021
Monday 7:55 pm
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>she has a baggy vagina and it'll shut her little comedy club right down.
I did that and she wouldn't talk to me for 4 or 5 days.
>> No. 5958 Anonymous
15th November 2021
Monday 8:02 pm
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I quite like a slack fanny.
>> No. 5959 Anonymous
16th November 2021
Tuesday 10:15 am
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Chipping in my two pence on the big knob stuff: I'm a healthy enough size and if the statistics online are anywhere near true then something something bell curve something something (make your own joke). I've been with enough women for it to have come up in conversation, but actually only two of them ever made direct comments about my size.

Both were flattering, but I didn't like it that much. It struck me as clumsy, blunt, and a bit porn-y, if I'm honest. In retrospect, it makes sense that it was the girls who seemed more sexually inexperienced that mentioned it. It was said in a "this is what they want to hear" kind of way.

It was also objectifying, like my cock is some sort of tool to get a job done, rather than sensitive sexual organ whose shape and feeling changes depending on the mood of the idiot attached to it. The key to enjoyable sex for me has always been about really wanting the person, to the point where squeamishness or judgement about their body doesn't really cross my mind. I tend to compliment the girls I'm with a lot because I'm genuinely attracted to them, and it wouldn't matter if they revealed a paunch or stretch/birth marks or whatever else. It doesn't erase the stuff that got me into bed with them in the first place. If anything, it's exciting to see the variation and experience something (someone) new.

I also do my best to be free of insecurity about stuff I have less control over. It's a bit like getting upset about face shape or height or baldness or whatever. I'm a bit indifferent to comments about these things positive or negative. The times I do distinctly remember enjoying being complimented, though, it's on things I do have some control over. I love being complimented on my general fitness and body shape, grooming, sometimes even clothes, because these are things I put a load of effort and thought into.
>> No. 5960 Anonymous
16th November 2021
Tuesday 1:04 pm
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I'm not sure. I like a slack fanny that's packed out with a big BG dildo, but of itself? They're sort of ugly.
>> No. 5961 Anonymous
16th November 2021
Tuesday 1:26 pm
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I've tried to have an opinion on this but honestly I'm happy with any kind of fanny as long as I'm getting some.

With that proviso out the way I will say that they're usually representative of different styles, a nice tight fanny is a beautiful thing to be cherished but a looser fanny can just as easily let you go at it like a bull in a china shop all night long. But every fanny has been different so far for me, I'm just doing a broad generalisation that some women prefer a more gentle clit stimulation and some are all about the penetration aspect and as a lad with a lot of stamina that has a noticeable impact even if ultimately I prefer the feel of that first contact stretching her out.

Before you judge me about the above I have several close friends who are lesbians and when I asked them for tips it didn't sound like they really knew either.


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>> No. 14145 Anonymous
3rd November 2021
Wednesday 10:21 pm
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How feasible is it to make at least 20k a year working for oneself? What kind of skills or business ideas would prove fruitful? I could probably make close to that as a freelance transcriber working from home, but I'm talking about things that are actually reasonably interesting to do and offer some sort of growth or career progression.

I've been working a barely above minimum wage job after a long spell of NEETdom and it has made me realise how precious my time is. I've gotten used to working a regular 9-5, but I would now rather spend those 8 hours working for myself.
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>> No. 14171 Anonymous
10th November 2021
Wednesday 5:39 pm
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I'm not him, but I think you're asking two questions there. Could something be done to tax the elites in a way they can't get out of? Sure; of course it could. Will they allow such a thing to happen? Hahaha, lol, and lmao, in that order.
>> No. 14172 Anonymous
10th November 2021
Wednesday 5:47 pm
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I'm not so sure, I think we are going to start seeing a backlash over the nest few years as governments realise their committent to free market liberalism has let individuals and corporations become definitively more powerful than them.

For now the politicians are happy to take their bribes and back room deals, but when it really starts to threaten national interests or security concerns (and therefore, the political establishment's grip on power) I think the pendulum might start swinging back the other way, with governments trying to re-assert authority instead of being pushed aside.
>> No. 14173 Anonymous
10th November 2021
Wednesday 6:43 pm
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>I think we are going to start seeing a backlash over the nest few years as governments realise their committent to free market liberalism has let individuals and corporations become definitively more powerful than them.
I get the feeling that some won't realise that they've been feeding the crocodile and will happily continue to do it.
>> No. 14174 Anonymous
10th November 2021
Wednesday 8:23 pm
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I think that's already starting to happen. But I suspect it might already be too late. If nobody in the government showed up to work one day, I doubt most people would notice. If Google or Facebook went down for 24 hours, people would be kicking off within the first ten minutes. And if the people had to choose whose side they were on, I can't be certain that more than 50% of people would side with politicians.

Anyway, while a tax on net worth probably wouldn't go anywhere, negative interest rates are very nearly the same thing and they've been proposed a few times.
>> No. 14175 Anonymous
15th November 2021
Monday 10:48 am
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If you're still around, software lad, I stuck a temporary email address at the bottom of this post. I was hoping to ask you how you came about finding this niche and if anything similar might apply in my field off .gs.

Not meaning to e-stalk or take up your time, so no worries if you'd rather not, I just thought I'd give it one bump in /*/ and then leave it.


>> No. 447724 Anonymous
12th November 2021
Friday 12:29 pm
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Oldfag here.

I was talking with another oldfag about the heroin epidemic in the eighties. I was just a kid back then, but I still remember seeing junkies everywhere, finding used syringes in the street, and having to take care while walking to school because the junkies stole everything they could put their hands on.
Then, approx in 1990, everything stopped. The junkies either died, moved on, or got into rehab. The pushers switched to cocaine or speed. All of a sudden, there was no more heroin in the street (thankfully). I really wonder what happened back then to have such a quick shift. Did the same thing happen here in UK?
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>> No. 447779 Anonymous
13th November 2021
Saturday 11:38 pm
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Yes, 2-3 is where the fun excitable everyone is a big family bit of drunk is. 5+ is where the shit dancing and falling over happens.
>> No. 447780 Anonymous
14th November 2021
Sunday 12:40 am
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I thought I was the only person in the world who drank neat gin. That's certainly how all bartenders react when I order some. It's lovely (usually; some gins really, massively aren't).
>> No. 447781 Anonymous
14th November 2021
Sunday 2:06 am
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People don't really order neat anything in the UK. Even in scotland asking for neat whisky sometimes gets a puzzled look.

I don't really know why.
>> No. 447782 Anonymous
14th November 2021
Sunday 2:36 am
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You don't go to the pub to pay £3-4 per glass for the purpose of savouring a quality drink, if you're at the pub it's to get pissed, you order something you can chuck down your neck. It's a social occasion. Drinks are just the lubricant.

It'd be a bit like asking to book a table then eat with a knife and fork at Maccies. It's a total misapprehension of why the place exists and why anyone wants to be there. Not unthinkable, but just totally illogical to 99% of the population.
>> No. 447783 Anonymous
14th November 2021
Sunday 3:46 am
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I mean, I go to the pub to get pissed, but I prefer drinking whisk(e)y to beer. A Jameson's (which I really like and is cheap) at most pubs is equal to, if not better, in terms of cost per amount of alcohol.

I wouldn't order a 40 year Macallan at a spoons obviously, and to be honest I usually wouldn't order a straight sprit anyway, even though I want to, because people do think it's weird, and the last thing I want to do is have this conversation when I'm just trying to get hammered, so I'll just begrudgingly drink pints if we're doing rounds, or have scotch and sodas because people seem to accept that.


>> No. 5574 Anonymous
15th January 2020
Wednesday 5:12 pm
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Are there any present art schools or movements that sincerely make things in the same vein as the Classical/Renaissance/Romantic artists?

Looking especially for sculpture, but anything is welcome.

Pictured The Abyss by Pietro Canonica (1909).
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>> No. 5607 Anonymous
11th November 2021
Thursday 2:47 am
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I distinctly remember part of my GCSE or A level art assignments was to fill in a portfolio of work over the summer holidays. Naturally I left it all to the very last minute, so in the last couple of days before term started I was doing shite like just splashing paint randomly over photographs and drawing coloured circles over a blank page. No context, no thought whatsoever, just anything I could think of to fill the 40-odd pages I was meant to have done by the deadline.

I was both furiously pissed off while holding myself back from laughing when my teacher praised some of that shit higher than the stuff I had actually spent hours of time on. From then on I knew what art is really all about. If you can troll cunts with absolute bollocks and get away with it- That's the highest form of art.

I could go into a whole spiel about how art relates to the capitalist mode of production and all that but I'm sure you already know the kind of thing I'm getting at. And even then I hate it because such rationalisation retroactively justifies and elevates the bollocks, even when it was intentionally bollocks.

Did you hear about the artist in Sweden who just nicked a hundred grand out of an exhibit and called that his exhibit? Respect to that man, a true artist's artist. But it's tragic that that's where it's come to.

Soz but I've been drinking and replied to the wrong thread on asterisk, if a mod can delete the other post that'd be cool
>> No. 5608 Anonymous
11th November 2021
Thursday 8:20 am
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if only I'd known about this years ago
>> No. 5609 Anonymous
11th November 2021
Thursday 9:28 am
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>I was both furiously pissed off while holding myself back from laughing when my teacher praised some of that shit higher than the stuff I had actually spent hours of time on. From then on I knew what art is really all about. If you can troll cunts with absolute bollocks and get away with it- That's the highest form of art.

You say that but I've done the same thing with French homework.
>> No. 5610 Anonymous
11th November 2021
Thursday 11:55 am
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I studied at the Russian academy in st Petersburg briefly. Well, just the prepatory school. It's gotten absolutely brutal to enter in recent years. But that's exactly what it sounds like you want. Nothing has changed there since the 19th century, they don't use artificial lighting when painting in the gloom of winter and they all kinds of other autism like wrapping paper while soggy around a "planchett" instead of using bulldog clips like civilized people. Go try the summer school to get a feel for it, its just a month in either June or July.
>> No. 5611 Anonymous
12th November 2021
Friday 6:27 pm
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Yeah, me too mate.

It's called being cynical, or postmodernism. It leads to hatred and it spreads like fire; and like fire it can only destroy.


>> No. 69939 Crabkiller
9th November 2021
Tuesday 8:34 pm
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What's special about the 9th of November? I'm feeling like I'm forgetting something.
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>> No. 69945 Paedofag
10th November 2021
Wednesday 11:41 am
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I told someone to consider suicide earlier and even I think you're being a misery guts.
>> No. 69947 Anonymous
10th November 2021
Wednesday 12:43 pm
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Yeah, well, you probably liked Little Britain.
>> No. 69949 Ambulancelad
10th November 2021
Wednesday 12:59 pm
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I liked the lemon drizzle cake sketch for some reason, but I was about 11 or 12 when the show ended so I'm okay with that.
>> No. 69950 Billbob
10th November 2021
Wednesday 1:08 pm
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>I'm anal, yet boorish, I enjoyed Life on Mars yet consider my tastes valid, my life is both hum-drum and a mess, I am a cunt...What am I?
>> No. 69951 YubYub
10th November 2021
Wednesday 1:13 pm
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The clever part was how the cake wanted to talk to the other guy, but it turned out there was really somebody at the other end, not just the scottish bloke being mental. hilarious.

really though as vulgar and low brow as little britain was, i think the jokes were solid a lot of the time. it was also ahead of it's time in terms of "meme humour", the way a lot of the sketches were the same basic joke every week but with a different twist.

I think a lot of contemporary criticism of the show comes from a place of snobby posh comedy afficionados, and the overlapping tendrils of politically correct oversensitiveness. it made jokes at the expense of everyone, the rich, the poor, disabled, gay, evangelist christian korean youtuber, business owners, benefit claimants, fat people, you name it. That's much more egalitarian than only "punching up" or whatever nonsense.

I'd have to say my personal favourite moment was margaret, margaret not having any arms or legs. after drawing the sketch out on the same premise for nearly two series, the timing was impeccable. even are stew would approve of that.


>> No. 5936 Anonymous
9th November 2021
Tuesday 8:42 pm
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How often do you think a man should shower, not after you get sweaty but in general? I think I might have one every 2-3 days.
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>> No. 5941 Anonymous
9th November 2021
Tuesday 11:04 pm
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I do once a day, regardless of exercise. More than once a day is idiotic. And I don't wash my hair in the shower every day, but I do use shower gel and shave in there every day.
>> No. 5942 Anonymous
9th November 2021
Tuesday 11:45 pm
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I do every other day, sometimes three.

I'll say this though, I've gone weeks in the past and it's never as bad as you think it would be, assuming you're not being hugely active and/or ay least wipe your knob every now and then.

I know what you're thinking "you stank and people were too nice to tell you" no, I work with cunts, I'd have been told immediately.
>> No. 5943 Anonymous
9th November 2021
Tuesday 11:50 pm
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You can get away with it as long as you give your bollocks and your pits a whore's wash, and perhaps have a good Polish bath. But you definitely looked like shit, that I can assure you. People just don't tend to say anything because it's easier to ignore than if you stink of BO.

I know because I did the same when I was really depressed in a job I didn't care about, and I turned up looking like I'd just rolled in from a night sleeping rough most days. I think some people actually may have suspected that. I just didn't care.

Looking back though it's quite shameful, because these days I realise I can actually be quite handsome when I look after myself.
>> No. 5944 Anonymous
9th November 2021
Tuesday 11:56 pm
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I dunno, I shave my head and my skin has always been shit, so there's not much else a shower improves.

I love a nice long shower now, even when I'm depressed. I think the fancy rain head shower thingy helps.
>> No. 5945 Anonymous
9th November 2021
Tuesday 11:56 pm
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Oil production in animals gives them a glossy coat, for us it festers. I seem to remember reading a theory that we actually get acne because the excess oil helps lube up a babies head for birth.

Then there are Koreans who have that gene that stops them smelling so they just walk around without any deodorant on.

>My ex and current missus always said I smell good

Maybe they just like a stinky-man though?

I don't fall for the shower-gel scam either but use a bar of soap and a proper sponge to get the grease. And stick the imperial leather stickers all over the place.


>> No. 69938 Searchfag
9th November 2021
Tuesday 5:00 pm
/iq/69938 Goodnight, Sweet Prince
RIP Rear Admiral Albert 'Al' Calavicci


>> No. 12983 Anonymous
8th November 2021
Monday 5:03 pm
/beat/12983 3 Years Ago


>> No. 12982 Anonymous
8th November 2021
Monday 5:01 pm
/beat/12982 Its just one of those days


>> No. 447564 Anonymous
3rd November 2021
Wednesday 3:46 pm
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How is it that British culture was lost to the Americand despite being mostly(?) colonised by them?
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>> No. 447621 Anonymous
5th November 2021
Friday 6:36 am
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Also drugs and cartels. But toffs like their cocaine so they don't give a shit about who gets shot for it.
>> No. 447626 Anonymous
5th November 2021
Friday 8:34 pm
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Even that was the CIA. A lot of South American drug rings were established by the CIA directly in order to import their product into the USA, thereby providing funding off the books for their black ops.

I have seen it argued that there is a direct causal link between the CIA's regime change activities in the 70s and 80s, with the drug and gang violence epidemics amongst black communities in the 90s and onwards.
>> No. 447634 Anonymous
6th November 2021
Saturday 1:21 pm
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I've "seen it argued" that the CIA invented crack to oppress black people. But that's generally regarded as a conspiracy theory that did not happen.
>> No. 447637 Anonymous
6th November 2021
Saturday 4:33 pm
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It's a matter of historical fact that the CIA were directly involved in large-scale drug trafficking. It's also a matter of historical fact that the FBI engaged in a decades-long campaign of illegal repression of domestic political groups under the COINTELPRO campaign, with black rights groups being a primary target.

The extent of the CIA's involvement in the drug trade is the subject of dispute and the idea of a deliberate conspiracy against black people is a bit of a stretch, but it's not completely insane.
>> No. 447638 Anonymous
6th November 2021
Saturday 8:59 pm
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It doesn't have to be a deliberate conspiracy, that's honestly a complete non-sequitur leap to make from what >>447626 said. The crack epidemic in black communities was almost certainly just collateral damage as far as the security agencies were concerned, but it was nevertheless related.

There's basically no pie the American intelligence agencies haven't at least tried to stick their fingers in for the last 70 years or so. In some cases they've been successful, in others not so much. Sometimes their actions appear to defy all logic- Being powerful doesn't always imply competent. But either way, you have to be thick to deny the level of influence they've had.


>> No. 11742 Anonymous
3rd May 2019
Friday 6:12 pm
/beat/11742 What you feeling right now? Part V: Bach it up Locked
Time for a new thread.
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>> No. 12973 Anonymous
11th October 2021
Monday 2:42 pm
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>> No. 12974 Anonymous
12th October 2021
Tuesday 10:05 pm
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Change the lyrics to wailing and you have a GLA track in C&C Generals.
>> No. 12978 Anonymous
1st November 2021
Monday 4:50 pm
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You ever thought about keeping an inventory of everything you own. Probably a massive pain the arse but if you listed everything in a searchable format with location I bet that would come in handy.
>> No. 12979 Anonymous
2nd November 2021
Tuesday 12:12 pm
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Yeah, heavily considered it. My dad's got a list of all the books he's read and some review notes on each, which is pretty daunting considering he has more library space than I have walls.

You should deffo have a spreadsheet of basic life stuff, like previous addresses/dates, and potentially a budget and maybe stock responses to interview questions, but yeah an itinerary is the next step.

>> No. 12980 Anonymous
6th November 2021
Saturday 6:49 pm
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Is it time for a new thread? I'm sure the old versions used to reach around 300 posts before we'd start a new one.


>> No. 9148 Anonymous
25th May 2021
Tuesday 9:26 am
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I've been thinking about it and I'm fairly certain that football's coming home.

England have such an abundance of riches that Southgate has had to delay naming his provisional squad.
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>> No. 9770 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 2:20 pm
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He's been made an example of, but his card was marked the moment he was born by his parents being unable to spell Jonathan correctly.
>> No. 9771 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 3:06 pm
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What about "nigger in the woodpile" Tory councillors? That seems much more insidious and dangerous than some midland monkey.
>> No. 9772 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 3:11 pm
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I had misread it multiple times as him going to prison for ten years rather than ten weeks. Someone mentioned it at work and I was roundly mocked. It's still a bit absurd, but nowhere near as bad as I thought.
>> No. 9773 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 7:04 pm
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It is still absurd, and deeply illiberal.
>> No. 9779 Anonymous
5th November 2021
Friday 10:30 am
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You know as well as I do that prison is the best place for him if football makes him that angry.


>> No. 24098 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 7:44 pm
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Is there any way to access old YouTube videos which have been rendered unavailable if you still have the URL?

I thought maybe might keep a copy of the page up, but I suppose that would be far too much data to store and YouTube would certainly take them down.

It's for something really stupid at the moment, Limmy playing an old computer game, but if it can be done I thought it might be a useful skill to know in the future as well.
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>> No. 24099 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 10:27 pm
24099 spacer do scrape youtube but it's very hit and miss (and nearly impossible to find anything without the page URL). If you know the video ID you can grab it directly from<video-id>
if they've archived it.


>> No. 90534 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 5:17 pm
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How the turntables.
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>> No. 94943 Anonymous
25th October 2021
Monday 10:03 am
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I don't really know how else to read this, honestly.

It seems more likely here that she's actually just gay, and The Metro have shockingly got that wrong and labelled her as bi. The tweet makes a thousand times more sense if she's a full lezzer.
>> No. 94944 Anonymous
25th October 2021
Monday 10:06 am
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That makes sense. And I really can't be bothered to dig any further into the six-year-old drama over the sexuality of some-woman-who-was-on-bake-off-once.
Why are we talking about this? Don't answer that.
>> No. 94945 Anonymous
25th October 2021
Monday 10:29 am
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>Don't answer that.
Soz. We can talk about Labour again now.
>> No. 94947 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 4:29 pm
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She's been handed a suspended sentence and she's likely to appeal so she can't be recalled yet.
>> No. 94948 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 4:46 pm
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They're redoing the vote on Owen Paterson, so maybe they'll try it for Claudia Webbe as well. Although I can fully see the Conservatives voting to keep her in, just for the bants.


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