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>> No. 427053 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 7:06 pm
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New weekend thread.

How's it going, lads? What are you up to this weekend?
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>> No. 427622 Anonymous
15th June 2019
Saturday 6:27 pm
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I'm still devastated Esther McVeigh isn't going to be prime minister. She's not quite fit, but she's fit enough to get me out of my early-morning funk when I instinctively check the news first thing.
>> No. 427626 Anonymous
15th June 2019
Saturday 9:25 pm
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>>427621

You do have to get up early though for that sort of work. I think the workday on a breakfast TV format starts at around 4-5 am. This should include the hosts, because in the end, they have to be on the ball just like everybody in the studio and will need time to prep the show.

It takes loads of discipline to do that for decades, and it should age you a bit prematurely.
>> No. 427627 Anonymous
15th June 2019
Saturday 10:53 pm
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>>427622
She isn't fit and she's fucking thick. Do not want.
>> No. 427628 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 12:47 am
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Why is Ghostbuster's 2016 so weird? It's uncanny. I'm watching it on Film4 I keep forrowing my brow in confusion then punctiuating that by doing a little "exhale through my nose" laugh. Was it made by aliens? Aliens making films about ghosts? Even if that was true it wouldn't be the weirdest thing to happen this decade.

Saw a really big spider today too, it was on a trough in a field if you want to check it out for yoursevles.
>> No. 427632 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 12:41 pm
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>>427606
Not really.
Though I've heard about the opposite, some kind of horse bollock slashers that get off doing exactly what the title implies. See, >>427615 and >>427616 mention this too.
>> No. 427633 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 1:14 pm
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I've just had a tin of sausages and beans. I don't know whether the inclusion of the sausages makes up for the fact the beans taste a lot worse than usual, especially with the cost differential.
>> No. 427635 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 2:34 pm
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>>427632

My horse riding ex girlfriend once told me a tale about a lass at her riding club or stable or whatever it was. One of the older horses, poor lad had a cancerous tumour on his knob, and essentially the best thing the vets could do was whip off his entire tackle. This girl was visibly excited over it and said things like it'll be funny to see how confused he is afterwards, if he thinks he's been turned into a mare and so on.

All the other girls there just looked at her like she'd grown a third arm or something. So while they definitely exist, it's reassuring to know most normal birds think it's dead wierd too. I suppose it's much like any other bizarre fetish really.
>> No. 427636 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 2:43 pm
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>>427635
Some women love a bit of horse cock >>/news/17551.
>> No. 427637 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 2:44 pm
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>>427635

>This girl was visibly excited over it and said things like it'll be funny to see how confused he is afterwards, if he thinks he's been turned into a mare and so on. 

In all of the known Universe, something like that will only ever be said by a woman.
>> No. 427638 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 5:15 pm
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>>427633
I've always wondered about those - you've confirmed my suspiciousness. Will avoid.
>> No. 427639 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 7:14 pm
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>>427636
Some stories and threads seem a lot more recent that they really were, but I'm actually suprised that one's only from January. I guess the knowledge of pean beans has buried itself deep.
>> No. 427640 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 9:15 pm
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My girlfriend's mum has invited herself over for the week and they've decided to try Gentleman Jack. Is there full on lezzing in it? I don't think they realise, if there is.
>> No. 427641 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 9:22 pm
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>>427640

It appears so.

https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/26/gentleman-jack-lesbian-sex-scene-suranne-jones-bbc-hbo-viewers-twitter-9694897
>> No. 427642 Anonymous
16th June 2019
Sunday 9:39 pm
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>>427641
Bollocks to that. I'm not watching Suranne Jones licking minge with those two. I'm off to read in my room.
>> No. 427643 Anonymous
17th June 2019
Monday 9:39 am
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>>427642
> I'm off to readwank in my room.
>> No. 427644 Anonymous
17th June 2019
Monday 12:59 pm
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>>427642
Never saw the appeal of her myself. She looks a bit like Anne Oldman to me.
>> No. 427833 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 12:24 am
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Apparently Alexander the Great of Macedon had an older half-brother with learning difficulties. I got really sad reading about how he was exploited and eventually killed after Alexander's death.

THAT FRIDAY FEELING!
>> No. 427834 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 12:47 am
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I toyed around with CSS (cascading style sheets) tonight during what is my first attempt in over ten years of coding a web site layout.

Fucking amazing how far CSS has come. I just made an animated drop-down menu that fades in and out. May not seem very significant, but to be able to do that with just a handful of CSS instructions is just mind blowing. About ten to fifteen years ago, all this would have required some serious JavaScript coding.

As I said, this is my first web site project in over ten years. I used to do some web design and programming on the side as a younglad, but that was in them old days when web technologies like Flash were all the rage.
>> No. 427835 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 1:27 am
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>>427834
>them old days when web technologies like Flash were all the rage

They still are if your intention is to spread malware, don't discount it yet!
>> No. 427836 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 1:31 am
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>>427835

But where do you still find Flash content online, except for some dodgy niche porn tube sites maybe that haven't updated their content management system in ten years.
>> No. 427837 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 1:34 am
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>>427836
Never underestimate the power of porn.
>> No. 427838 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 2:15 am
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>>427836

The major browsers block Flash applets by default, so it's a pretty mediocre way of distributing malware.
>> No. 427839 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 2:27 am
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I have started drinking again. It's difficult being eskimoc.
>> No. 427841 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 7:00 am
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>>427839

Have you thought about not being one then. It doesn't seem for you. Or are you afraid that The Great White Whale will get you?
>> No. 427850 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 11:43 am
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>>427836

Flash is still the primary means of making hentai/furry fap games. And long may it reign.
>> No. 427851 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 1:14 pm
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>>427839
I can't tell if you're drinking because of your Inuit heritage or said heritage makes you feel uncomfortable about the drinking, but good luck to you either way.
>> No. 427857 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 2:55 pm
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I'm watching Back to the Future for the first time in years. I think this place might have ruined it for me.
>> No. 427860 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 3:19 pm
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>>427857
I really, really, love those films, but whenever they come up in conversation people seem to be lukewarm about them at best and it's usually because they're on ITV2 every fortnight, which you'd think would be impossible with it being a trilogy, but there we have it.
>> No. 427870 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 11:06 pm
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>>427857

Yeah, well done on that lad for deconstructing one of the best films of the 80s.

The original one; not the two sequels. Part two was alright, even if we ended up living in a very different 2015, but part three really made you feel kind of sad that they apparently set out to milk the franchise for every last penny. Even though part 3 was filmed back-to-back with part 2 and therefore probably shared a lot of the production cost, I think it was not a very noteworthy commercial success at the time. At least Robert Zemeckis has stood by his promise of not making a part four.

Well-known fun fact: in an early version of the part 1 script, the time machine was a common kitchen refrigerator. It was then thought that it would give children watching the film bad ideas and that they would then end up trapped inside their family fridge.

I, personally, would have loved to see a plutonium powered 1.21 giggawatt fridge. Once global warming is fully happening, it kind of seems like an oddly reasonable idea.
>> No. 427871 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 12:52 am
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>>427857
I remember this post.

Fucking hell.
>> No. 427873 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 6:46 am
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>>427871
Have another.

FEEL OLD YET?
>> No. 427884 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 2:19 pm
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>>427873
Just Googled to see if I could find the bum rag post because I remember that being some time ago. It appears on the search but it 404's.
>> No. 427885 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 3:13 pm
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>>427884
Try the archive, although it may only exist for /b/.

http://britfa.gs/b/arch/res/
>> No. 427888 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 5:55 pm
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Shout out to the .gs lad on a filming gig at the Women's World Cup!
>> No. 427890 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 6:29 pm
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>>427888

They're putting the little chef's hat on the wrong part of the leg!
>> No. 427891 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 7:15 pm
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I've had pasta kotha with my takeaway tonight. I don't think I'll be having Indian pasta again in a hurry.
>> No. 427893 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 7:19 pm
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>>427890
It just occured to me that I never ate at a Little Chef. Just one the many experiences the global recession took from my generation.
>> No. 427894 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 7:24 pm
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>>427893
I miss them.
>> No. 427895 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 7:59 pm
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>>427893
You haven't missed anything.
>> No. 427896 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 8:07 pm
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They had a burger with dill relish on. I distinctly remember the way the dill relish tasted but nothing else about it. It's been decades.
>> No. 427897 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 8:09 pm
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>>427895
Fuck off m8, their fry-ups were the only good thing about being driven down the M1 for God-knows-how-long with your parents. And the menus had pictures on them! I know it's gauche but I wish more places did that.
>> No. 427898 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 8:15 pm
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>>427895

Clearly you've never had a bender in a bun.
>> No. 427899 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 8:29 pm
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>>427841
I don't want to go to hell, mate...
>> No. 427900 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 8:34 pm
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>>427899
And yet here you are.
>> No. 427912 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 12:22 am
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I was asked by one of my neighbours today if I wanted to join the new whatsapp group that he was trying to start of all the tenants in this block of flats.

Why the fuck does everybody these days feel the need to start their own whatsapp group everytime four people get together and have something in common, however remotely. There's barely 15 to 20 people living in the entire building. And I'm in about five different whatsapp groups already that exist for no real earthly reason except for the fact that somebody at some point thought it was a good idea.
>> No. 427922 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 7:17 am
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>>427912

As someone that recently got locked out by the electronic lock to the front door of my flat, I say you should join it. Never know when it'll come in handy.

If it's cluttering up your screen, you can archive the chat and it won't reappear until someone sends a message to it.
>> No. 427924 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 9:29 am
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>>427884

http://web.archive.org/web/20181205050032/britfa.gs/g/res/21800.html
>> No. 427927 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 9:45 am
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>>427912
>Why the fuck does everybody these days feel the need to start their own whatsapp group everytime four people get together and have something in common, however remotely.
Because everyone's lonely and disconnected from their communities.
>> No. 427930 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 11:13 am
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>>427922

I don't particularly enjoy having much to do with my neighbours on a good day. Can't say I'm really on bad terms with anybody, some of them are even really quite sufferable people. I just value my anonymity when I am at home, with nobody really paying attention to what I am doing. Not sure what good it will really do me to be in a whatsapp group with the other tenants.

And during all of the years since I moved out from my parents', never once did I lock myself out. So it's a chance that's worth taking to me.
>> No. 427933 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 11:44 am
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Having half of my flat trashed due to heating system being re-done. Had to move my chair and my table from near the window.
It's been just a day and I already miss it. I'm kind of used to stare at the street when I'm idling.
>>427870
Jiggawatt m8. And it was a lovely film indeed.
Anyway, I'm somewhat tempted to re-watch The Bourne Identity, and then maybe the four other parts too.
Legacy was a tad sillier than it should have been, with all those pills shite.

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