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>> No. 448954 Anonymous
12th January 2022
Wednesday 11:40 am
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New weekday thread: hump day edition.
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>> No. 449115 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 11:17 pm
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Do you think Hitler moustaches will ever come back? I mean, like in three hundred years so a lot of time has passed since the Second World War or whatever.
>> No. 449116 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 11:28 pm
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I think we're only one or two generations away from it being accepted as subversively ironic, and then from there it'll probably appear as cyclical fashion until someone rediscovers Richard Herring and then it'll stop again.
>> No. 449117 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 11:28 pm
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Swastikas are still going strong in many parts of Asia, so who knows.
>> No. 449118 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 11:40 pm
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Hardly the same thing, the swastika is a simple geometric shape that's been showing up in artwork from cultures around the globe for centuries or millennia, the Hitler tash is a shit facial hair trend that was popular briefly in the 20th century.
>> No. 449119 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 11:50 pm
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>the Hitler tash is a shit facial hair trend that was popular briefly in the 20th century

Except that's not entirely true.


>The style first became popular in the United States in the late 19th century; from there it spread to Germany and elsewhere, reaching a height of popularity in the inter-war years

I give it another 20 years, when 2042's equivalent of hipsters will start wearing it ironically with no understanding of the events from 100 years ago. Maybe throw on an out of context Burberry cap to boot.

>> No. 449104 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 6:35 pm
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Dustbinman's going down the street, eventually he gets to a house who haven't put their bins out. He knocks at the door and a Japanese man answers. He can see some suitcases in the hallway behind him.

"Alright, mate, where's ya bin?"
"I've bin to Tokyo!"
"No, mate, where's ya dust bin?"
"I've dust bin to Tokyo!"
"You've not getting it, mate, where's your wheelie bin?"

The Japanese man, frustrated at not being listened to, stamps his feet and shouts "I've wheelie bin to Tokyo!"
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>> No. 449105 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 6:37 pm
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They don't knock on your door if your bin's not out.
>> No. 449106 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 6:38 pm
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My grandad used to tell me this joke every time I saw him, and has been doing so for at least 25 years.
>> No. 449107 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 6:39 pm
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Say hello to Jim for me.

>> No. 448866 Anonymous
8th January 2022
Saturday 9:09 am
448866 New Weekend Thread
How's it going, lads?

What are you up to this weekend?
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>> No. 449074 Anonymous
17th January 2022
Monday 3:30 pm
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Proper old. Last year I informed you all of my ordeal with a rogue eyebrow hair after a lifetime of perfect zero-maintenance eyebrows. And just this weekend I realised I had nose hair that needed some attention, again after a lifetime of perfect zero-maintenance nose hair. It felt like it needed a good pick, but after a few attempts I realised it wasn't a bogie but a hair. Now I know why people have those little nose scissors.
>> No. 449075 Anonymous
17th January 2022
Monday 3:43 pm
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>>449074 just wait for the ear hairs, they're annoying bastards.
>> No. 449076 Anonymous
17th January 2022
Monday 4:04 pm
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I've seriously thought about one of those ear/nose trimmers, but they look faintly barbaric and I'm scared it's going to end in a lot of blood.

Also, ears are fine, but pulling out nose hairs really really fucking hurts.
>> No. 449077 Anonymous
17th January 2022
Monday 6:02 pm
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Did you find a solution for the increasing eyebrow wildness? Mine are getting more and more mental as the years pass, I pluck out the odd one that decides to go full rogue but it doesn't seem sustainable.

I had an ex who used to use some sort of product on them and had a little brush, I don't think she'd appreciate a message asking about eyebrow maintenance though tbh.
>> No. 449078 Anonymous
17th January 2022
Monday 6:05 pm
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Turkish barbers m8. They'll sort out the lot - ears, nose and eyebrows.

>> No. 441558 Anonymous
11th January 2021
Monday 8:46 pm
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New midweek thread: chip butty edition.

Is it even midweek? The days have all blurred into one and lost all sense of meaning.
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>> No. 448946 Anonymous
11th January 2022
Tuesday 6:10 am
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*boiled, not booked
>> No. 448947 Anonymous
11th January 2022
Tuesday 7:26 am
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I would but then they'd probably turn around and say they want kids just to waste your time as well. It's rather frustrating to have to dump yet another woman and to likely continue my tradition of never having a valentine.

This was a Korean place but it's more of a Chinese thing. Can't say I took to them, it's like an extreme form of ribs where there's very little meat to justify the hassle and in the case of feet you're spitting out bones.

If you're curious about the trotters then it's salty rubber.
>> No. 448948 Anonymous
11th January 2022
Tuesday 11:02 am
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Trotters used to be a common British and Irish pub snack. You'd nibble at them like a meaty corn-on-the-cob.
>> No. 448962 Anonymous
12th January 2022
Wednesday 2:56 pm
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Growing season is starting again.

I've got twelve chili pepper seedlings in my heated propagator right now. They are almost literally growing by the hour at the moment.

Chili peppers as well as other nightshades need a long growing period in our climate, so I always start mine right after the winter solstice. Which means that I then get to harvest the first two or three fully ripe cayenne peppers off my plants as early as mid-June.
>> No. 448963 Anonymous
12th January 2022
Wednesday 3:15 pm
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Don't bump this thread any more lads, we have a new one.

/wdg/ - Weekday General


>> No. 430053 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 8:53 am
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. 448812 Anonymous
5th January 2022
Wednesday 11:58 pm
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>Katherine Ryan is very intelligent and funny

Being Canadian, she's not as vacuously exuberant as many Murrikin women, but I would hesitate to call her intelligent. Most of the interest in her is probably based on her still looking like a shagable 25 year old although she is well into her late 30s.
>> No. 448813 Anonymous
6th January 2022
Thursday 12:14 am
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> late 30s.

I'm in my fifties - she looks fucking hot to me. Also, it's quite difficult to be actually funny, in on the joke, without being intelligent. She strikes me as a clever bird.
>> No. 448814 Anonymous
6th January 2022
Thursday 1:33 am
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Which kind of proves my point. She is a dream shag for middle aged men who would like to go a lot younger but can't quite pull actual 25 year olds anymore.

I don't mean that as an insult to you, because I am also in middle age (40ish), and getting somebody under 30 interested in you is a trick that becomes more difficult to pull off with every year that passes.
>> No. 448815 Anonymous
6th January 2022
Thursday 1:58 am
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I'm on holiday this week but it doesn't feel like I've been able to recuperate at all. Partly that's because we've just had Christmas but also because I can't seem to unwind, I wish I'd stayed at home and taken a proper week to live the NEET life I really want.

For me, ARE Katherine is one of the most stereotypical London girls you get. You'll know the sort if you live the city; she does articles for some shit like Bloomberg or has her own online magazine, does vaguely arty stuff within very predefined and safe bounds, usually lives across the river in a more suburban bit.

I want to fuck her because I know she will be an utter bore to talk to, probably pretentious too if you get her in the mood, but that she will absolutely suck your dick like a pro.
>> No. 448952 Anonymous
11th January 2022
Tuesday 4:44 pm
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I've not liked playing xbox (or getting into it properly) for years now and I got given an old xbox one as a present a few years ago.

I've always had it, but mainly to play the odd game when bored every few months for an hour or use it for apps.

I randomly downloaded Halo on Game Pass and I've never liked Halo but I've actually really enjoyed it and it's slightly reignited that nice escapism games used to give.

Strangely happy about this.

>> No. 426868 Anonymous
16th May 2019
Thursday 5:49 pm
426868 Dream Thread Mk. II
Fitter when she was fat edition.

You know the drill lads. Here are a few helpful links in order to help you further your proficiency at dreaming, and hopefully elevate the quality of discussion about our nocturnal adventures:



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>> No. 448927 Anonymous
10th January 2022
Monday 8:54 am
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I went to a Kunt gig, but he was only playing new songs and they were all shit. I hung out with him afterwards and he had a couple of strippers in his entourage. Well, one of them was naked I've no idea about the other one.
>> No. 448949 Anonymous
11th January 2022
Tuesday 1:39 pm
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Dennis Waterman had died. I was walking down the rainy high street, and everyone was gathered around a display TV in an electronics shop window, women crying, as the BBC News reported on the death of Dennis Waterman. Had to check he was still alive when I woke up, the dream was that visceral.
>> No. 448950 Anonymous
11th January 2022
Tuesday 3:25 pm
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I bought a large vineyard stretching multiple acres across the Franco-Spanish border at the Pyrenees. Upon reading up on the history of the place I learnt that it took many years and millions of euros of public money for France and Spain to finally have a ruling on precisely where the border sits for my vineyard which is odd as the region is more or less a settled matter between the two.

When I was asleep I thought to myself that such a legal battle had been stupid considering I own the whole thing but fortunately I'm not so daft in my waking life as I assume the wines will have different market value depending on which side of the magical line they sit and a different tax and state aid regime. Perhaps though there would be some kind of rounding up that would occur for the purposes of my vineyard though, I'm sure dream world me know what he's doing considering he owns a massive vineyard.
>> No. 448951 Anonymous
11th January 2022
Tuesday 4:11 pm
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I'm now getting adverts to invest in wine, thanks.
>> No. 448953 Anonymous
11th January 2022
Tuesday 4:48 pm
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Now is probably not a good time to invest in wine. Similar to the recent discussion on /poof/ about Rolex watches, prices have been shooting up because a lot of money is flooding into the en primeur markets due the sheer amount of surplus cash floating about. It's also likely that new entrants will keep everything they buy in storage and won't actually enjoy any of it themselves, so supply of a certain run won't become more scarce in that way.

>> No. 448931 Anonymous
10th January 2022
Monday 2:20 pm
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What do you lads think about "off grid" living? The Welsh scheme mentioned in this article has caught my attention.

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>> No. 448935 Anonymous
10th January 2022
Monday 3:02 pm
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Maybe it's just The Mirror, but that article reads as though it's trying to sell the lifestyle. I'd really like to live 'off-grid' as a shepard or even a peasant, but I don't want to do it if i'm playing into someones agenda.

I've read it takes an acre of land to feed a single person from crops.
>> No. 448936 Anonymous
10th January 2022
Monday 3:06 pm
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You could probably get away with less through hydroponics and vertical farming.
>> No. 448937 Anonymous
10th January 2022
Monday 3:27 pm
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Not the easiest thing to maintain if you're in any way actually off the grid though.
>> No. 448938 Anonymous
10th January 2022
Monday 3:48 pm
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Neither would an acre of land be.
>> No. 448943 Anonymous
11th January 2022
Tuesday 12:21 am
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Its all well and good having land, but not all land is suitable for growing on. You're not going to grow a lot outside on stony hillsides. Which is why there's a lot of sheep and livestock on that land instead.

One of my friends is a real middle class Good Life wanker with his little bit of land with goats, duck chickens and extensive veg garden. Being a professor, he has a ton of time off over the summer and only does lectures 3 days a week tops. He's still not completely off grid, though he is trying to get planning permission to put more solar panels up.

>> No. 442614 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 12:58 pm
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Does defeatism become a self-fulfilling prophecy?

It feels like I'm seeing an increase in people with a fatalistic mindset, both online and amongst people I grew up with, that things are getting gradually worse and if you don't have a wealthy family behind you then you've got pretty much no chance. Now I largely agree with this sentiment but it is noticeable that the ones who complain about this the most seem to have decided that this means the system is rigged completely against them so there's no point in even trying, so they're in a worse financial position than most of their peers.

If we take home ownership, for example, I grew up in East Yorkshire and there is a noticeable split amongst people I went to school with; I'm 33 for reference. Those who saved up for a house have, by this point, been able to buy one. Those who bought into the mindset that they'd never be able to afford a house decided not to bother trying to save up for a deposit so they're still some way off, which they blame on privilege and capitalism rather than taking any responsibility for it. I appreciate home ownership is a pipe dream in certain parts of the country, particularly That London, but not whatsoever in a relatively cheap part of Yorkshire.

I think what I'm saying is we all know that things are shit, particularly if you're from a poorer background, but is the biggest factor in how successful you are your own mindset and how you adapt to this?
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>> No. 448892 Anonymous
8th January 2022
Saturday 7:16 pm
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All of the brokers being interviewed by Joan Bakewell had working-class accents. At that time, losing your regional accent was almost a prerequisite for social mobility - Joan Bakewell grew up in Stockport, but you wouldn't know it from her perfect RP. Even the young lady in the yellow blazer spoke in an accent that would be considered "common" by the standards of the day, the sort of accent you might hear on Eastenders but certainly wouldn't hear coming from a newsreader.
>> No. 448893 Anonymous
8th January 2022
Saturday 7:40 pm
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I (Thatcherlad) think that the situation is much worse than the blind profit motive. Britain is horrendously corrupt, we've just been conditioned to think of it as "sleaze". Somehow a foreign person taking an envelope full of cash is seen as worse than a British person giving their nephew a £150k job or their mate a £150m government contract. We use phrases like "it's not what you know, it's who you know" without for a moment reflecting on the awfulness of that reality. Our institutions aren't laissez-faire, they're structured to aid and abet corruption.

I think we should let capitalism go mental and use the resulting tax revenues to patch up the damage, you probably think the government should play an active role in managing the economy, but neither of us are served by the current state of affairs.
>> No. 448894 Anonymous
8th January 2022
Saturday 7:53 pm
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I'm not convinced. The other lad in turquoise, at a push, but the one in black had plums in his mouth.
>> No. 448895 Anonymous
8th January 2022
Saturday 10:01 pm
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The "t" in "better" is progressively overcorrected as he repeats it, betraying the fact that he'd naturally drop it. His vowels are far too close and fronted to be even remotely RP - the "a" in "Labour" is a dead giveaway.
>> No. 448939 Anonymous
10th January 2022
Monday 5:08 pm
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It sounds like you lads have misunderstood what she meant.

>> No. 415204 Anonymous
25th January 2018
Thursday 7:50 pm
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How much of this fair land of ours have you lads actually visited?

I've just been thinking about it and there's so many places in Britain I've never particularly laid my eyes on, especially the scenery and landscapes of Scotland. What are the "hidden gems" here that you would recommend people really should visit at least once in their lives? Unhidden gems too, for that matter.
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>> No. 448816 Anonymous
6th January 2022
Thursday 3:21 pm
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Today I went to Tadcaster. It's the closest experience I've had to being in Wonkaville because the town is completely dominated by the relatively huge John Smiths factory, which looms over everything. The town centre felt like a bit of a ghost town, as there were many buildings in a state of disrepair which looked like they'd been boarded up long ago and many shop fronts had window frames made of wood which had long since gone rotten. Outskirts seemed alright though.
>> No. 448818 Anonymous
6th January 2022
Thursday 4:58 pm
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Did you have a drink?

A friend of mine introduced me to a rum and coke at a Samuel Smith pub. Because they're insistent on everything, not just the beer, coming from the Old Brewery or businesses associated with it, you get a nice rum and a proper old-fashioned cola rather than Coca-Cola mix in fizzy water. It's absolutely fucking delightful, even if you wouldn't normally drink rum or coke.
>> No. 448819 Anonymous
6th January 2022
Thursday 5:09 pm
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It was late morning when I went and the pubs I remember going past weren't open at that time. I did pick up Excession by Iain Banks for 10p in one of the charity shops though.
>> No. 448820 Anonymous
6th January 2022
Thursday 5:33 pm
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It is a very odd place.

Me and a couple of mates got a train up there (I think? Can't quite remember) once so we could do a "tour" of all the Sam Smith's pubs. But once we got there we realised quite quickly it was a bit of a Royston Vasey situation, we went in the first pub, which was a really big and quite classy one, and it was full of pensioners politely (and fucking silently) eating lunch. Really odd vibe, like if we said the wrong thing their eyes would all light up and they'd turn to face us in unison, screeching, and descend upon us.

We didn't dare actually get drunk because we knew we'd stick out like a sore thumb, so in the end we just bought a few bottles over the counter and went home.
>> No. 448821 Anonymous
6th January 2022
Thursday 5:43 pm
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I know it was a weekday morning but what stuck out to me is that, other than a dimly lit tea room full of pensioners, everything else was polared. Nobody was in the butchers, barbers, hairdressers, opticians, dentists or any of the shops I walked past. The person I was with told me that anybody with any sense locally moved to the likes of Boston Spa, leaving only the dregs in Tadcaster.

>> No. 448152 Anonymous
1st December 2021
Wednesday 12:02 am
448152 Christmas 2021
It's the first of December. It's that time of year again.

Open your advent calendar chocolates, listen to Andrew, put up your tree this weekend, put off the present shopping for at least a fortnight, surviving the Christmas party at work, watching shit on telly.

You know the drill by now, lads.
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>> No. 448754 Anonymous
3rd January 2022
Monday 1:52 pm
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What about a plastic one?
>> No. 448756 Anonymous
3rd January 2022
Monday 4:58 pm
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I've bought so much reduced party food today that I can't fit it all in my freezer.
>> No. 448770 Anonymous
4th January 2022
Tuesday 2:56 pm
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You could invite us round for a party.
>> No. 448772 Anonymous
4th January 2022
Tuesday 3:39 pm
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I bought a new freezer, it turns up Friday. Hoping the shops still have some left by then...
>> No. 448773 Anonymous
4th January 2022
Tuesday 3:42 pm
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Depends how much you like vegan mini sausage rolls. 49p a pack in Lidl, same for their vegetable spring rolls.

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>> No. 443472 Anonymous
24th April 2021
Saturday 7:58 pm
443472 New Weekend Thread
Alright lads, how's it going?
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>> No. 448743 Anonymous
3rd January 2022
Monday 12:10 am
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Out of the blue, she wasn't even on telly when the post was made and let's be honest, there's nothing those freaks love more whinging about more than fat black lasses.
>> No. 448744 Anonymous
3rd January 2022
Monday 12:30 am
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If you mean >>448731, then I wrote that post, and I sat through the entire Big Fat Quiz of 2021, which she was on, and I assume the other poster had seen her on that too. She was also on Strictly Come Dancing earlier this year. She is definitely doing the celebrity circuit, while I haven't seen her doing anything not as a celebrity, like presenting her own programmes or telling her own jokes or whatever. She's not offensively bad, but she doesn't contribute anything good either. She might as well not be there.

I have also posted several times in the latest clashes with Marxist Reductionist Poster, however, so you could be right.
>> No. 448745 Anonymous
3rd January 2022
Monday 12:35 am
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I'm not reading all that, stop talking to me.
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3rd January 2022
Monday 1:35 am
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>> No. 448753 Anonymous
3rd January 2022
Monday 12:36 pm
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Also she's on Loose Women, and the panel show about black excellence, and Celebrity Masterchef last year. Her star seemed to rise very quickly and out of nowhere, particularly for an older woman.

>> No. 448620 Anonymous
29th December 2021
Wednesday 10:38 pm
448620 Am I right ladm7s
What is mine, is mine. If I give up luxuries in the short term to gain luxuries in the long term e.g. saving for a 3k mountain bike, as opposed to the thief who takes it because of 'the system'.

Nobody has the right to infringe freedom of opinion and speech - 'Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.'

People shouldn't be judged on their levels of melanin, disabilaty, ability or mental individuality. People should be allowed to progress beyond 'does my cock look good in a dress can I be Chief Inspector' see: Dick of The Yard.

Everyone has the right to a free market. People should be free to sell a product without taxation. Without slavery, no human should submit to slavery or chattel apropos Africa - ever since the Portuguese landed in the Congo, the Chinese communists are now enforcing slavery beyond any socialist 'worker' manifesto.

Q u r an 4:34 explicitly advocates violence against your wife for disobedience. The same violence should be allowed upon people that belive this, like in prisons - anyone that rapes women or children should be held in a pit and suffer their comuppance. Everyone should be allowed to wear clothing they feel comfortable in, beyond religious or government uniform.

Elon Musk has paid 11 billion in taxes, created an environment friendly vehicle (China holding the Lithium battery market though), developed above earth internet which makes fibre optics and 5g look archaic. This isn't something that would have happened under North Korean socialism.
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>> No. 448638 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 8:52 am
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I'm not, and even if I was, I have to pay tax on "unrealised" gains over my 20-whatever grand ISA limit, an amount he makes in literally seconds. I'm incalculably poorer than him, yet pay 45% more tax.
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30th December 2021
Thursday 9:49 am
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The ISA limit is what you can pay in per tax year, not the overall amount you can hold in them. If you're getting to get into this sort of discussion it helps if you know the absolute basics.
>> No. 448641 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 4:26 pm
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What part of my post made you think I had got this wrong? Tax is also paid yearly, you know.
>> No. 448655 Anonymous
31st December 2021
Friday 9:44 am
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He is saying that you can contribute at most £20k a year and you pay no tax on any gains from that money (whether it is realised or unrealised). If you put £20k into your S&S ISA right now, it went to a million and you sold, you'd pay no tax.


>They're not really "unrealised" if he's turning them into money.

Yes, they are not unrealised if he is realising them. However, they are unrealised and you are including them.
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31st December 2021
Friday 11:21 pm
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>Yes, they are not unrealised if he is realising them. However, they are unrealised and you are including them.
Like I said, they're included because, as pointed out, he is, in fact, converting those gains into money. You can argue until the cows come home about whether that amounts to technically realising them, but the simple fact of the matter is that he has gains and is generating cash off the back of them.

>> No. 444214 Anonymous
7th June 2021
Monday 6:05 pm
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Lads, I've just opened my packet of mozzarella sticks and there were 13 in there rather than the 12 there's supposed to be.

I thought I'd share my outrageous good fortune with you in the hope that my good luck rubs off on you. If it does, let me know.
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>> No. 445106 Anonymous
20th July 2021
Tuesday 7:01 pm
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OP here again. There were 11 mozzarella sticks in my supposed pack of 12 today. Aldi always seems to fuck me over now and then.
>> No. 445107 Anonymous
20th July 2021
Tuesday 7:46 pm
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The grape rule is silly because if the kid's taken out by a grape it's called "natural selection". However, refined sugar is basically complete dogshit-poison and you should do everything possible to avoid it and especially avoid giving it to kids.

Though I'd like to know how, besides pinching some, they're figuring out which homemade snacks have too much sugar. I think they're just pinching some though, aren't they?

This makes me think you're the only man in the country buying these things.
>> No. 445108 Anonymous
20th July 2021
Tuesday 9:09 pm
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Gotta have something like mozzarella sticks or garlic bread with your pasta.
>> No. 445876 Anonymous
22nd August 2021
Sunday 6:38 pm
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Today's pack of mozzarella sticks contained 13. Let the good times roll.
>> No. 448673 Anonymous
31st December 2021
Friday 6:49 pm
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McDonald's missed a large fries off, so they re-did the entire order plus the fries they missed first time round. I am stuffed.

>> No. 425684 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 11:36 pm
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So am I the only one who is getting a bit annoyed by this whole Greta Thunberg cult, or am I just too much of a cold hearted cynic that the world would be better off without?

I don't doubt the legitimate concern of her generation over climate change, after all it will fall to them to sort out the utter fucking mess that we have left the planet in, but all the awards that she is now being showered with are IMO just middle aged and old people's guilt over their own failure to save the planet's climate despite having had decades of prior warning, and who lost their way and succumbed to high carbon footprint consumerism somewhere between 1990s road protest villages and today's school runs in a 4x4. None of it feels sincere or genuine, it's more like, yeah, just take all these awards and shut the hell up already.

And parents whose children now protest every Friday or so are now engaging in pissing matches on twitter and Instagram to show off which one of their kids gets the most involved. As one commenter said, nothing good has ever come of a youth protest movement that was applauded by parents.
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>> No. 448571 Anonymous
27th December 2021
Monday 11:09 am
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I'm all for energy efficiency, obviously, I'd like to see their workings though. There are millions of examples of waste on the internet, I just don't believe turning off HD video is relevant or useful.

I mean compare that, to how much data is transferred/wasted every time Call of Duty ships some 90Gb update.
>> No. 448572 Anonymous
27th December 2021
Monday 12:42 pm
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If the info being communicated is really classified enough that you have to check you're not talking to a deepfake, I'm sure there are ways to check. Do a 360 turn on camera, wave your hands in front of your face, I dunno.
>> No. 448574 Anonymous
27th December 2021
Monday 1:06 pm
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I was going to say they're probably not talking about classified stuff over zoom, but then I remembered it's the government.
>> No. 448632 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 12:17 am
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The gubment don't run Zoom
>> No. 448634 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 12:37 am
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I know?

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