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>> No. 438151 Anonymous
28th July 2020
Tuesday 11:47 am
438151 The New Adventures of Mid-Week
Now that all the excitement has died down I thought it time we redo the mid-week thread. What are you two up-to?

I've organised a date for the weekend but have come to realise that I'd better keep something of a conversation going unless I want to be stood up. This is going to be tedious. I might want to think about doing some work today as well.
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>> No. 439763 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 5:27 pm
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>Women gatekeep parenting. Men are not seen as equal parents to women.

And then they complain that they have to do everything.

I think women have more of an urge to micromanage their kids, where every detail needs to be considered. There's also plenty of peer pressure from other women who think that everything always needs to be "hands-on". Just take a cursory look at the teaser headlines on mumsnet, and you'll see what I mean.

Whereas dads very generally seem to have more a laissez-faire approach to parenting. When I think back to the way my dad raised me, his main concern was that I didn't start stealing hubcaps like the neighbour's kid. He cared what I was doing, but he only felt compelled to step in when I was getting myself in trouble.
>> No. 439764 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 6:08 pm
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>And then they complain that they have to do everything.

I remember reading an article in the Guardian about shared parental leave. There were a number of comments from men saying they'd have loved to take it but their partners absolutely refused to give up any of their maternity leave for it.
>> No. 439765 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 7:15 pm
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And that extends to a lot of younglads who were waited on by their mums since they were born, and who then can't function when they first move out from their parents. One of my friends in student housing always left his dirty socks on the floor in the communal showers, until somebody pointed out to him that none of us were going to fucking carry his dirty socks after him. Poor lad didn't even know how to boil an egg when we first met. He once tried to make tomato soup by pouring some whole unpeeled tomatoes into a pot, without water, and turning it on.
>> No. 439766 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 7:18 pm
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I work with someone who got really offended when I suggested everyone should spend a few years living alone to gain independence and be their own person. He'd gone straight from living at home to moving in with a girlfriend who mothered him.
>> No. 439768 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 8:54 pm
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My uncle was an RAF officer for almost 20 years, and he swears by it in terms of teaching young people things like self reliance and responsibility.

Never would have been my cup of tea. I don't like people shouting at me. And I still turned out fine. But I can still imagine some overgrown mummy's boys benefiting from being subjected to that kind of structure and discipline.

>> 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. 439759 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 12:08 pm
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Cos it was coined over dinner. This is from the Wikipedia article, I would have assumed if you had looked it up you would have come across it...

>The term spoons in this sense was coined by Christine Miserandino in 2003 in her essay "The Spoon Theory". In her essay, Miserandino describes a conversation between herself and a friend at a diner. The discussion was initiated by a question from the friend in which she asked what having lupus feels like. To explain, Miserandino took spoons from nearby tables to use as a visual aid. She handed her friend twelve spoons and asked her to describe the events of a typical day, taking a spoon away for each activity. In this way, she demonstrated that her spoons, or units of energy, must be rationed to avoid running out before the end of the day. She also asserted that it is possible to exceed one's daily limit, but that doing so means borrowing from the future and may result in not having enough spoons the next day. Miserandino suggested that spoon theory can be helpful for explaining the experience of living with any disease or illness.
>> No. 439760 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 1:57 pm
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Huh, I'd never heard of spoons theory but it's also true from about a lot of things - I had loads of mates at uni who popped modafinil to get revision etc done but from all I could tell is it meant you 'borrowed' concentration from the next day, so the net work you got done was still the same.

I guess it works if you use it before a crunch deadline with nothing to do for a few days after, but the way my course was structured meant that realistically once you got one piece of work done there was another to do pretty quickly after.
>> No. 439761 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 3:37 pm
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If my name was Aaron Aardvark then I bet my quality of life would be noticeably improved. Maybe not so much now that I'm a 30 but being first on any alphabetical list must be worth something. In school I would've always been sat at the front instead of mucking about at the back with all the other late letters.

This is why you never see any Zack Zackeries, they're all in prison where they belong.

I tried to do my life by spoons last night but it just seems a bit off for me. Not to discount the experience of the disabled but I know I can be much more productive over a sustained period of time just by pushing myself, working smart, being motivated, finding joy in the task and generally getting into the habit. If I put my life into spoons though then I'll just say 'that's enough spoons for me today' even when there's disabled people running circles around me.

For example, nothing will motivate a teenager more to clean his room than a girl coming over. Yet if he just sleeps until the afternoon because he was up all night on the computer then I'm sure his room will be a mess.
>> No. 439762 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 3:56 pm
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>just by pushing myself, working smart, being motivated

So where does your motivation come from? The point is that you as a healthy and presumably neurotypical individual have the capability to motivate yourself, you are able to summon that extra effort out of the ether. For a lot of people that simply isn't true- They only have a limited number of spoons.

That's the framework they have to structure their life around, whether they like it or not. I'm the lad who called it especially shit, by the way. Your fundamental misapprehension about it is exactly why I don't like it, it doesn't do anything to explain to people like yourself, why this person can only do a set number spoon's worth a day. It doesn't explain to you why they can't just think about the delayed gratification puttin in an extra spoon's worth of effort might make them feel better in the long run.

It just sounds like some daft infantile snowflake shite, doesn't it? It just asserts its premise, you only have 12 spoons, and doesn't say why. I don't blame you for respond with that same old "Well you just have to try a bit harder and you'll feel better in the end!" reasoning because the spoon thing sounds totally arbitrary to you.
>> No. 439767 Anonymous
21st October 2020
Wednesday 8:29 pm
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>If my name was Aaron Aardvark then I bet my quality of life would be noticeably improved.

I know there is actual research that shows, the earlier you are born in the school year, the higher your chances of being a professional sportsperson.

>> No. 439734 Anonymous
20th October 2020
Tuesday 8:22 pm
439734 British immigrant in USA sentenced for fucking animals & CP Locked
>three years in prison after admitting three counts of intentionally performing an act of penetration on live chickens, as well as possessing extreme pornographic images, making indecent photographs of children and possessing cocaine and cannabis resin.


(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 439737 Anonymous
20th October 2020
Tuesday 9:15 pm
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Bloody Puritans.
>> No. 439740 Anonymous
20th October 2020
Tuesday 9:35 pm
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Good thing they'll keep him over there now.

If ARE Jimmy came back, even he would probably say "Mate, that's a bit much".
>> No. 439743 Anonymous
20th October 2020
Tuesday 10:52 pm
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How does someone even penetrate a chicken? Asking for a friend.
>> No. 439744 Anonymous
20th October 2020
Tuesday 10:54 pm
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>Good thing they'll keep him over there now.

The OP is an idiot. He is based in the UK and was sentenced in the UK. Kudos to the Daily Record for having the best headline about him.
>> No. 439747 Anonymous
20th October 2020
Tuesday 11:03 pm
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Have you ever seen a close up of a chicken laying an egg? Like that, but in reverse. And the egg is your bell end.

>> No. 439673 Anonymous
18th October 2020
Sunday 11:07 am
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When did your life peak?
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>> No. 439709 Anonymous
19th October 2020
Monday 10:11 pm
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I can definitely see a massive cock in the OP image.
>> No. 439710 Anonymous
19th October 2020
Monday 11:11 pm
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I see and hear a lot when a bloke is punching above his weight "oh he must have a massive knob" - how many women are really going to latch on to an otherwise undesirable man just because he has a big thick cock? I consider myself pretty depraved and shallow, but even I wouldn't start a relationship with an uggo just because she had massive tits (I might shag her once though).

The old "he must be loaded" usually makes more sense, though I think even that is pushing it, especially these days, where a woman can independently use sex to generate money instead of having to shag a boring old millionaire.

Saying that, women do still seem attracted to people in power, or at least with jobs that give the mostly false impression of importance like pilots, head chefs, and lib dem MPs.
>> No. 439731 Anonymous
20th October 2020
Tuesday 7:41 pm
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>how many women are really going to latch on to an otherwise undesirable man just because he has a big thick cock?

Skinny wierdo with a massive cock here: Not many. There are some size queens who'll go for it, but the thing is they have to know you have a massive cock, so of course, you have to warm them up far enough to be receptive to a shag before you can use your endowment as leverage in the first place. It's a catch 22.

My pet theory is that he has a belting sense of humour. My experience has always supported the idea that if you can make a girl laugh, you can probably get in her pants, so combine that with a bit of the "important and powerful" factor and it's no surprise he can pull.

I mean look at Bozza. He's loaded, but he's also some kind of mutant albino ape that was mistakenly sent to Eton.
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20th October 2020
Tuesday 8:03 pm
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>My pet theory is that he has a belting sense of humour.

As someone who has been unfortunate enough to witness his piss-poor attempt at standup, I think you need a new theory.

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20th October 2020
Tuesday 8:15 pm
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This is an unfair test, I'm funny enough in normal conversation to trick girls into sleeping with me, but I'd similarly fucking bomb on stage, it's a totally different thing, I'd be awful.

The fact that he's up there at all proves at least a couple of people have said the universally dull line "you should do stand up!". The only difference is because he's got a politicians ego, he actually listened.

>> No. 439651 Anonymous
17th October 2020
Saturday 4:48 pm
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New weekend thread, gloom and doom edition.

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>> No. 439652 Anonymous
17th October 2020
Saturday 4:52 pm
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Today I saw the biggest goose/swan shit I've ever seen in my life. It was gargantuan.
>> No. 439653 Anonymous
17th October 2020
Saturday 4:59 pm
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Probably swan droppings.

Goose poo doesn't tend to get that big. It's weird looking though, almost like somebody dropped a dollop of cream spinach.
>> No. 439655 Anonymous
17th October 2020
Saturday 5:57 pm
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Is it the weekend? I've completely lost all sense of the passage of time. I've nothing much to say for myself, other than that Night Tracks on Radio 3 is fucking brilliant.

>> No. 439695 Anonymous
19th October 2020
Monday 3:33 pm
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That's a great album. A few months ago I got very drunk and listened to it again, then emailed Rob Dougan to tell him my thoughts on his album 10 years on and why my opinion on some songs had changed. I don't know if I sent it. I should have.

He owns a vinyard now. I think he's starting to make music again. His voice is the tits.

>> No. 439637 Anonymous
17th October 2020
Saturday 12:38 am
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I reckon the fella's only holding it in case greasy spoons get the franchise treatment.
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>> No. 439638 Anonymous
17th October 2020
Saturday 12:49 am
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I can't see Little Chef being interested in this.
>> No. 439639 Anonymous
17th October 2020
Saturday 12:50 am
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I used to have a whole stockpile of domain names, some short/really good ones, but to be honest I just couldn't be fucked with it (and spending $1000+/year on various domain renewals). I've stopped having mad late-night-ideas and registering domains anymore.

This is why I'm not rich. Also, there is something about it I don't like, call me a communist.

>> No. 438076 Anonymous
24th July 2020
Friday 5:05 pm
438076 Religion
Is anyone here religious? If so, what flavour of religion do you follow? Any benefits/disadvantages to having faith?
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>> No. 438785 Anonymous
5th September 2020
Saturday 12:53 am
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Falun Gong
>> No. 439583 Anonymous
14th October 2020
Wednesday 8:41 pm
439583 Hello

Traditional Catholic here. I must say, after all the years of browsing this website whilst saying mostly nothing, It's surprising to see interest in religion, It's usually something I keep to myself at work and around people outside of the family.

To answer your question, the benefits have been plentiful for me. I'll list a few from the top of my head, feel free to pry further if you're interested.

The practice of having Sundays off as a day of rest and reflection has helped me aim the trajectory of my life into the direction I wanted it to go. Planning things out, questioning my behaviors, paying careful attention to what has worked and what hasn't. Prayer functions in the same way for the most part. A somewhat meditative practice, in which I recite things that I wish to do and act out in my life. It's an attempt at self betterment, or 'following the narrow path towards God' if you'll forgive the religious rhetoric.

My parents sat down with me and read the bible with me as far back as I can remember. Consequently, my reading age at school was higher than a lot of the kids around me. Although I'm certainly no Shakespeare, and I make obvious mistakes all the time, I could read adult books in primary school when people were still learning their letters and spelling. As I grew older and went to a Catholic school, I found the same to be the case for other kids I was around. There was always a keen interest in literature. The Catholic bible, like Aristotelian writings, the works of Shakespeare and so on, make for reading material that can be revisited and learned from throughout life. Many people do just that, bible scholarship is a well established field, people spend their lives studying the meaning to the parables, prayers and rules, reading between different versions and translations. The book functions as both a puzzle and a guide throughout life.

The idea that there is a correct and incorrect way to function in the world with the ideal of Jesus Christ as an example figure to attempt to emulate has certainly shaped my character significantly. To be clear, this is not because I'm Christ like or some sort of moral paragon of virtue, rather, I am flawed like everybody else, and upon behaving immorally in the number of ways human beings tend to, looking up to the high set bar of Christ has given me a clearer image of what to do when decision making has been difficult. Morality and ethics are fields of their own, and I'm a layman at best when it comes to these subjects, but the bible and the laws within the books of Moses set some firm ground to stand on, even as they're debated and squabbled over among the religious.

I should probably stop procrastinating now and get back to work. It's getting late.
>> No. 439585 Anonymous
14th October 2020
Wednesday 9:01 pm
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You say you're a traditional Catholic, which I interpret to mean someone who is actively involved with The Church, rather than just a 'personal' Christian. If that interpretation is correct, how do you reconcile all the benefits it has given you with the... issues that plague the Catholic church?
>> No. 439599 Anonymous
14th October 2020
Wednesday 11:04 pm
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There's a lot that could be said here. In general I don't measure a large group of people, or an organisation of some kind, by the worst representation of the group. I'm aware that the first things that pop into the mind of many secularists when they hear the word Catholic, is financial corruption, and child rape, but It's not really something that I think about or have experienced. I've been a member of a handful of churches throughout my life, and it just hasn't been relevant to me or anyone I know for that matter.

When I hear and read about these crimes, it disgusts me, the same way I felt disgusted to find out about how China's Xi Jinping has overseen the authoritarian takeover of Hong Kong's laws, and the enslavement of over one million Uyghurs. There's nothing I can really do about these large structures tilting into corruption though, except talking honestly about them when people ask me, and being careful about where I distribute my finances. I haven't given money to the Catholic church for a long time, aside from donating to the soup kitchen, the food bank, and educational Catholic organisations like the Latin Mass Society. Starved from money, which the church is currently experiencing, the upper echelons will either collapse into irrelevance, or be forced to do something about the problems. Pope Francis, as much as I disagree with him in many ways, has moved in strides in this area, and for this very reason. There's a lot of information I'm omitting for the sake of brevity here, this has regularly been a topic of conversation among Catholics within my social circles for quite some time as I'm sure you can imagine. If you'd like to dip your toe into the water, your might be interested in 'Letter to a Suffering Church' by Bishop Robert Barron.

This brings me to the term traditional Catholic, avoiding theological jargon, the simplest way I can put it is like this. The traditional way of practicing the religion has been around for over a millennium and a half (more or less), largely unchanged. The Catholic church has tried to change the tradition considerably since around the 1960s, attempting to make it more progressive and approachable to the wider public. The original way of practicing the faith forces people to learn the Latin, learn the tradition, and actually practice the faith in what I would argue, is the correct way. The newer version turns the priest into the focal point, and well, I could list problems I see with it all day, but I'll just start ranting. I remember in the 80s there were a lot of guitars and pizza in these churches. Felt like more of a social club then a place of worship. Naturally attendance numbers for churches that practice the traditional way seem consistent, even rising slightly in popularity, but the newer way of practicing the mass, has seen dramatic loss of attendance over the decades. In another century I doubt the new version will even exist.
>> No. 439601 Anonymous
14th October 2020
Wednesday 11:07 pm
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>>439599 You'll have to forgive my bad wording It's getting late and I'm pretty tired.

>> 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. 439499 Anonymous
9th October 2020
Friday 9:54 pm
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Get your fill of cheese before noon, then switch to decaf cheese.
>> No. 439565 Anonymous
14th October 2020
Wednesday 1:32 am
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I was walking home in the pitch darkness. No street lamps were working and I was carrying a rolled up carpet. There wasn't a body or anything in there, I was just very attached to this carpet, I suppose. Anyway, something started stalking me through the dark and I tried to run, but this massive carpet was too heavy and cumbersome so I started panicking and as I looked behind me to see what was there I woke up. I'm really not sure why it was so startling that my heart beat's only just settled down, I'm just more into carpets than I knew consciously.
>> No. 439568 Anonymous
14th October 2020
Wednesday 7:29 am
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I went for a haircut. I was waiting over an hour and a half and they didn't know how to do a short back and sides.
>> No. 439571 Anonymous
14th October 2020
Wednesday 9:23 am
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You won't be going back there again!
>> No. 439587 Anonymous
14th October 2020
Wednesday 9:14 pm
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There was a fly in my bedroom last night that kept pestering me from about dawn until I got up at around 9:30. Very persistent bugger that just kept flying around my head and hands and feet. I couldn't be arsed to get up and kill it, so I was drifting in an out of sleep. At some point, I then had a dream that I was talking to the fly which had suddenly grown in size to about that of a cat, and I said to it, "Mate, you have to stop doing that. It's not cool. I need a few more hours of sleep!"

>> No. 439466 Anonymous
8th October 2020
Thursday 8:31 pm
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Why do you still come here? What is it like now? Is there still an IRC? purple, how come you havnt died of old age yet?
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>> No. 439519 Anonymous
11th October 2020
Sunday 9:53 am
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The mix of decent moderation and the general quality of posts. It's something I haven't found anywhere else.
I'm sure there are other nationalities here but the site actually feels, well British.
Sure the site isn't the fastest in the world for posts but I like it the way it is now.
>> No. 439520 Anonymous
11th October 2020
Sunday 10:25 am
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I come here for the Mods slow descent into madness. It is like a mix of East Enders and the Stanford Prison experiment.
>> No. 439521 Anonymous
11th October 2020
Sunday 2:14 pm
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In what way?
>> No. 439522 Anonymous
11th October 2020
Sunday 9:03 pm
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Its just part of the routine.
Been around since Britchan fell, and it sort of feels like home.
I got a tad upset when I thought .GS was done for a couple of months back.
>> No. 439529 Anonymous
11th October 2020
Sunday 10:58 pm
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I come here because the mods make an actual effort to weed out all the cunts and wronguns.

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>> No. 428025 Anonymous
25th June 2019
Tuesday 10:52 pm
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My other half has squeezed all of the washing up liquid into a Kilner bottle.

Lads, I don't get it. I really don't get it. I mean, I gave up trying to understand women a long time ago but every now and then something happens that leaves me utterly flummoxed beyond all comprehension. Is 'WITH NOTHING TO SAY BECAUSE I AM A CUNT' still wordfiltered? I mean, she's moved it from one bottle... to another bottle. It doesn't even pour that well so you always end up using more than you intended to. I doubt anyone in the entire history of humankind has ever thought "washing up liquid in a glass bottle, nice." It's bright yellow and she also pours the cooking oil into a Kilner bottle, which she doesn't store too far away from it, so I can almost certainly guarantee at some point in the future she'll end up frying food in washing up liquid. The lid is also a faff. Just... why? Why, lads?

Can you lads please reassure me that your lasses do stupid shit like this?
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>> No. 439506 Anonymous
10th October 2020
Saturday 7:18 pm
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How is this the first mention of Mr Biffo I've seen on .gs over the past decade?
>> No. 439507 Anonymous
10th October 2020
Saturday 7:32 pm
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People have definitely posted Digitiser videos on here before.
>> No. 439508 Anonymous
10th October 2020
Saturday 8:48 pm
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I've probably posted about Octav1us doing something sexy on Digi.

The hardest I have ever laughed at anything is the Garden of Nivvin game from Episode 4 of Digitiser The Show. Skip to 29:50 and buckle up. Every time you think it's reached a new nadir, it just keeps going horrifically wrong.

>> No. 439518 Anonymous
11th October 2020
Sunday 6:48 am
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I had seen this when it came out but had forgotten/blanked out most of it.

No wonder Gannon is the way that he is.
>> No. 439547 Anonymous
13th October 2020
Tuesday 1:40 pm
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I wasn't even aware Digitiser had continued on the Internet, let alone have a YouTube channel.

>> 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. 439336 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 7:30 pm
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I've no idea if this data is more or less reliable than Oxfam's, but apparently a salary of 40k officially puts you in the 1%.
>> No. 439337 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 7:50 pm
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I think there is something on gov.uk which is more specific to the UK - the bands are obviously higher than compared to the rest of the world.
>> No. 439338 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 7:55 pm
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I don't really buy this. It is silly to tell someone on bennies here that they are in the global 5% and should be grateful. Makes me think it's a silly hamfisted message that Bezos would like his workers to believe and not look to make our own society fairer. Just for the sake of some fucking nets for some Congolese child somewhere.

Fits in with all the silliness of middle and working class people being told to be more green while the rich own private jets. The silliness of our government trying to call environmental activities, basically daft militant wogs, and this sort of nonsense >>439301.

All very silly.
>> No. 439339 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 8:35 pm
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There was another % calculator I clicked on first that didn't have any of the charity gubbins but it didn't seem to be working.
>> No. 439340 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 8:37 pm
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What you have to keep in mind is that it's not a linear scale, and when you get to the top end of the scale, the curve has nearly doubled back on itself.

So you're in the top 5% if you're on £25k? Fair enough, kids in Mozambique don't even have clean water. But to be in the 1%? Doctors, lawyers, other general middle class jobs, who to be fair are wealthy, but they're still not exactly calling the shots and meaningfully in charge of anything.

Then you get to the very top with the 0.1%, which is people like you mention, your Bezoses and Gateses. It really doesn't sound like a big jump does it? That's going from a percent, to the top tenth of that percent- But the gulf is almost incomprehensibly vast. You go from a doctor who owns an Audi and goes on holiday twice a year, to men who command entire economies in their own right. Men who have so much money they could afford to buy entire African nations.

It's all a matter of perspective.

And you're right, it's a bit daft to call out people who are technically globally wealthy if they happen to live in a country/city with very high costs of living. They have no choice in the matter because that kind of poverty keeps you trapped wherever you happen to be, and while they might have access to clean water, universal healthcare and a roof over their head, that doesn't mean it isn't an intolerably bleak existence at times, and they are most certainly not complicit in environmental harm, because at that level you really don't have autonomy over your decisions. You have to buy whatever is cheap.

>> No. 439024 Anonymous
15th September 2020
Tuesday 10:30 am
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What actually is the point of a washing up bowl?
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>> No. 439075 Anonymous
17th September 2020
Thursday 10:50 am
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What's the problem?
>> No. 439076 Anonymous
17th September 2020
Thursday 1:26 pm
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Not all us hoard women's toenail clippings.
>> No. 439077 Anonymous
17th September 2020
Thursday 1:36 pm
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You should take it up as a hobby.
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17th September 2020
Thursday 1:50 pm
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My preferred hobby is going onto obscure imageboards, making a single reply and then watching on as it leads to other posters pointlessly bickering over it for hours.
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17th September 2020
Thursday 2:11 pm
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Problem clearly is they are first to blink in a game of chicken and they were rightfully treated like the prison bitch after the first time.

>> No. 439047 Anonymous
15th September 2020
Tuesday 7:17 pm
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I'm such a dumb fucking idiot and it has ruined my confidence (anus)

So I (22 male) have always been fucked in the head. Starting a few years ago, I started experiencing with anal play while masturbating. Well, it went way overboard and I bought a huge sex toy and basically made it fit in my ass even though it hurt a bit. I'm fucked in the head, yes. Then about 4 months ago I had my anal virginity taken by an old man who surprise fisted me with 4 fingers inside and rotating the hand too. Both of these activities have stretched/worn out the skin around my anus (due to the anus being forced to expand). So now it's like I have excess skin around the asshole (not hemorrhoids).

Now my problem is that I got this loose "extra" skin and my ass falls out a little after I poop. If I squat down naked I can see some skin hanging down behind the asshole where my ass crack is supposed to be. It looks fucking awful and I feel like I'm an 70 year old man with anal prolapse. I already look fucked up and worn out, how am I gonna look when I'm 40? There's no way a medical procedure can fix this. I'm willing to post photos but I really just kind of wanna sleep forever. I don't know how I've managed to ruin myself so much...

I want to start over but that's not possible and it's just over for me. I'm so fucking tired of hurting about how big of a piece of shit I am. I have RUINED my own body. At this point trying to get better is only going to feel like I'm fighting a losing battle. I just wanna fucking cry in bed and stop going to the gym / work / talk to anyone. I really dont want anyone to say "you're depressed so seek help" or something. This is the cause of my sadness. Either it ends or I do.

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 439048 Anonymous
15th September 2020
Tuesday 7:33 pm
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> There's no way a medical procedure can fix this. I'm willing to post photos but I really just kind of wanna sleep forever. I don't know how I've managed to ruin myself so much

Did you ask a doctor?

If you leave your arse alone for a few months it will be as tight and fresh as when it was new.

If fat people's entire skin can bounce back when they lose 60kg your arse certainly can.
>> No. 439050 Anonymous
15th September 2020
Tuesday 7:51 pm
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This is just crap copypasta. You haven't even made any effort with it.

>> No. 438993 Anonymous
14th September 2020
Monday 1:13 pm
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Lads, I've just had a letter from the taxman saying I'm due a refund of just over £50. How should I blow this money? It's money I didn't know I had and I don't need it for anything in particular so I'm happy to squander it.
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>> No. 439017 Anonymous
14th September 2020
Monday 8:43 pm
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Think I've found my next house.


>> No. 439018 Anonymous
14th September 2020
Monday 8:51 pm
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I take that back, I want whatever the fuck this is.

>> No. 439019 Anonymous
14th September 2020
Monday 8:58 pm
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Yours for $7m, oilfield not included.

>> No. 439020 Anonymous
14th September 2020
Monday 9:00 pm
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Isn't Sealand still for sale?
>> No. 439021 Anonymous
14th September 2020
Monday 10:49 pm
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Time to take up a new hobby.

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