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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. 427054 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 7:07 pm
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Just vibing on that "can't get out of bed to get a drink because what's the point" shit.
>> No. 427056 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 7:45 pm
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I've got some housework to do tomorrow, then the next 2 days I plan on doing sweet fuck all.
>> No. 427057 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 8:21 pm
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Getting up early tomorrow to see my parents over the bank holiday. I don't mind the change of scenery but, between their insistence that I come up now and my brother seeing them later in the week, I know I'm going to be put to work on whatever project my mum has decided upon.

Anyone know what I should get for the birthday of a lass I recently started seeing? All I can think of is gimmicky tat.
>> No. 427058 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 8:39 pm
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It's going to be a great weekend.
>> No. 427059 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 8:56 pm
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>Anyone know what I should get for the birthday of a lass I recently started seeing? All I can think of is gimmicky tat.

Make her something.

Melt chocolate, mix in evaporated milk, bash some Creme Eggs into it and leave it in the fridge to set. Piss easy homemade chocolate fudge.
>> No. 427060 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 9:16 pm
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More detail needed m8. The first proper gift is a test of how well you know her. What is she into? How does she dress? What are her aspirations? How did you meet? What do you like to do together? What is the most memorable moment from your relationship thus far?
>> No. 427061 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 10:32 pm
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>>427060 A strap-on. (c) Spacemoose.
(note, probably not, really. Unless you want to, in which case, go for it. I'm not your mum).
>> No. 427062 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 12:09 am
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My girlfriend has just told me off for pissing in the sink. I don't see the harm in it; I had the tap running.
>> No. 427063 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 12:14 am
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"The sink" is a strange way to refer to your girlfriend's arse, lad.
>> No. 427064 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 12:24 am
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Maybe there's just a "t" missing in that word.
>> No. 427065 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 12:25 am
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My wife was taking a shit the other week and I did this out of desperation, it was that or piss myself and I also ran the tap, and she went ballistic. I don't get it either, apparently we brush our teeth in there. Fuck knows how she does it, but I run the tap over the brush I don't dip it in my beard water.

Urine is basically sterile anyway.
>> No. 427067 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 12:44 am
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On the ISS, every drop of water gets recycled. So the water contained in your space coffee will probably have gone through the urinary tracts of a dozen people before you. So what harm will a bit of piss do in someone's bathroom sink.
>> No. 427068 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 1:02 am
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Not just on the ISS. Water is in a constant cycle, Tap water will have been pissed, what, and vomited countless times before.
>> No. 427070 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 1:15 am
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Yes, but on the ISS, the urine is collected and filtered and reprocessed into drinking water very directly. When you piss in your toilet at home, that piss will go on a long journey through the entire ecosystem before it ends up in the groundwater or a water reservoir again from which it is then processed again before it is deemed safe to drink from your tap at home.

Your coffee on the ISS will have been someone else's piss right the day before.
>> No. 427072 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 4:23 am
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Amateurs. Piss in the back garden, it makes you feel like an outdoorsman and she'll never know.
>> No. 427073 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 6:16 am
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When I was a young lad I had a friend over and he did a piss in the garden. He was forever known as "Chris that did a wee in the garden". I'm not really sure why he did that, maybe it was a territorial thing.
>> No. 427074 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 6:34 am
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I used to hang out on a hip hop producer forum in the early 2000s. When Kanye West made the news for pissing on the carpet in his dressing room at the MTV Europe Awards


a lot of people piped up saying

>Haha, I like to do that to whenever I'm in a hotel. I think it's a territorial thing.

I was like huh?
>> No. 427075 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 7:39 am
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There's little in life quite so invigorating as an outdoor wee.

>> No. 427076 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 8:22 am
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Interesting article about space piss:

Not that easy to tell in the pictures, but I think they need to give astronauts supplements which make your piss go dark brown so that it is easier to filter.

It turns out that the proportion of water you can reclaim back from piss has pretty large implications due to the weight of any clean water that might need to be sent up on rockets to replenish the ISS.
>> No. 427077 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 9:59 am
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>Urine is basically sterile anyway.
This is a myth, it is sterile in your bladder but on the way out of your urethra it picks up germs from your epidermis.
>> No. 427082 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 11:57 am
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Hooray for extra bank holidays!
>> No. 427083 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 12:34 pm
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My Facebook sponsored ads are 50/50 for gay dating or Shamanismic investment/zakat apps.

I guess Facebook thinks I'm a gay eskimoc? Being neither, that's fine - it means that Facebook/The Man doesn't know all that much about me, but surely that's dangerous? Muslamism isn't particularly known for its tolerance of LGBTQQIA+, and even having those ads come up on your feed might (falsely or otherwise) out you if a family member or whatever saw it?
>> No. 427084 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 12:44 pm
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Facebook don't care.
>> No. 427085 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 1:54 pm
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People who don't use adblock deserve to be killed in an honour-based crime.
>> No. 427086 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:32 pm
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I really like the sounds optical drives make.
>> No. 427087 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:45 pm
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Sleeping a lot. I have trouble getting enough sleep on working days again.
Not too sexy when I think about it a little longer.
Speaking of piss, I do recall a small excerpt from Neal Stephenson's Baroque Cycle, a bit too colourful piece of a story, of Danny Waterhouse and Sam Pepys micturating on some wall whilst sharing how good it feels.
Mind you, the general setting is the end of the 16th century and both of them had had an urinary bladder stone removed surgically earlier. Yet again, the joys of health regained.
> doesn't know all that much about me
Could be.
Could also be something with slightly more finesse, as in not hinting how much shit they actually know about you.
>> No. 427088 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:45 pm
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You put in the word "don't" by mistake. For a second there I thought you intended to say something ridiculous.
>> No. 427089 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:54 pm
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I honestly don't think I could truly trust anyone who doesn't use an adblocker. It suggests a profound level of ignorance or indifference. The internet is already a horrible ordeal without two-thirds of your screen being filled with ads for stuff you've already bought.
>> No. 427090 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:56 pm
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A while back I was talking to a lad I work with about videogames. He said he only played FIFA, specifically FIFA 2010. I'd since wondered what it was about that version that was so great, but it turns out that it's literally the only PS3 game he's got and he's incredibly tight-fisted when it comes to spending money on games/entertainment in general. That strikes me as a bit odd, I mean even with a budget of a fiver you can walk out of any CEX in the land with literally weeks of fun if you don't mind last gen games.

Anyway, in that spirit I bought Killzone 2 for 50p, so I guess I'll give it a go.
>> No. 427091 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 3:15 pm
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I'm approaching the age when MILFs aren't MILFs anymore really.
I find this mildly unsettling.
>> No. 427093 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 7:03 pm
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>> No. 427094 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 7:23 pm
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I'm at the age when pornstars that were 18 when I was 18 are being listed as MILFs in videos and I fucking hate it.
>> No. 427095 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 7:50 pm
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Speaking of porn, I found out the other day that Chris Crocker now does it. It's a funny old world.
>> No. 427096 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 7:54 pm
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Aren't porn milfs pretty much anyone over the age of 21? I find the whole concept perplexing from a fantasy angle given as a young lad all the m8s mums I lusted over had to be late 30s at the youngest.

Porn is weird to think about.
>> No. 427097 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 8:13 pm
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18 to about 22 is teen porn. Depending on your youthful looks. Then it's college/coed, and after that it's MILF.

I saw a stage show at a nude table dance bar in Prague's amusement district a few years ago where they had a "teen model" segment. Really not my age group anymore these days. I felt like a right carpet-bagger when I realised that it was physically turning me on to watch an 18-year-old, 19 at best, shove a bead chain up her minge one bead at a time. While sat on a chair with her legs spread towards the audience.
>> No. 427098 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 10:23 pm
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>> No. 427099 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 10:32 pm
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Enough with the white supremacist propaganda, thanks.
>> No. 427100 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 10:42 pm
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>> No. 427101 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 11:33 am
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I'll get my coat.
>> No. 427102 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 12:51 pm
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I'd wager that Mr Ferrara does the Director/Secretary scenes a lot. Or something like that.
>> No. 427103 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 2:05 pm
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I've got a pretty bad cold at the moment, with a throat infection that feels like I'm swallowing razorblades. My sinuses are starting to become affected as well.

>> No. 427104 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 2:13 pm
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Get well soon.
I've just recovered from mine. It was a complete piss-take.
>> No. 427105 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 6:01 pm
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i visited the yellow brick road and done shrooms with a octogenerian
>> No. 427106 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 6:44 pm
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>Facebook app for Android

u wot m8?
>> No. 427107 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 7:01 pm
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Adclear, Adguard or Pi-Hole m8.
>> No. 427110 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 7:23 pm
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I'm not sure if you're aware of how sponsored posts on Facebook work, m8.
>> No. 427115 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 7:38 pm
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In case anyone wasn't aware, Facebook deliberately engages in chicanery to force users to see sponsored posts.

>> No. 427116 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 7:43 pm
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Just be a friendless weirdo and don't use Facebook, idiots.
>> No. 427117 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 8:39 pm
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They've recently managed to get FB Purity removed from the Chrome addon store; thankfully it's still fairly easy to get manually.
>> No. 427132 Anonymous
27th May 2019
Monday 5:57 pm
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I was in a second-hand book shop today and they had the entire Flashman Papers, but the majority of them were in an absolutely terrible state. Flashman had a number of pages which had fallen out so I'll see if I can find it for cheap on eBay as I bought Royal Flash and Flashman's Lady.
>> No. 427275 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 1:53 am
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Is 2AM too late for a crisp sandwich? I don't care what you say because I won't be refreshing /*/ until I've eaten it.
>> No. 427281 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 7:52 am
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Depends on the bread. Depends on the crisps.
>> No. 427291 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 10:24 am
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5 months without fizzy drinks.
>> No. 427293 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 10:39 am
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Done: New trellis up the side of the garden shed as the honeysuckle's overgrown the first one. 2 lavender plants, 1 sage plant, 1 lily of the valley & 3 camellia in the ground. 3 tomato plants strung up in pots. Birdfeeder up, full of seeds.

To do: 6 ivy cuttings, 1 aloe vera pup and 1 lavender cutting propagating, 2 jade leaf cuttings and handfuls of both rosemary and sage cuttings left to pot. Need to build some bee habitats still for the solitaries to lay their eggs in over winter. Take down the rotten parts of the lean-to's roof and replace them with this straw fencing stuff to prepare that area for growing fungi.

Notes: Left an open jar of honey that got left in my cupboard out last week. Ants took most of it, I think, but the remains have had five bumblebees coming and going happily taking them away. Thinking about setting up some sort of sugar-water feeder for them. Bastarding Herb Robert everywhere. Aphids are a growing problem, where are all the ladybirds?
>> No. 427297 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 10:49 am
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Had a look online, seems sugar water isn't good for bees. Never mind that then.
>> No. 427300 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 1:46 pm
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Morris dancers are weird. Some of the lasses look like they'd be utter filth in bed, though.
>> No. 427308 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 7:16 pm
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Having a bit of trouble with the roofing in >>427293 it's not rotten in places so I'm not able to take up the wood as easily. I managed to to maybe 1/4 of the thing, not sure how to proceed.
>> No. 427320 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 9:12 pm
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>>427308 .gs resident gardener-with fire here.
Problem shifting a wooden structure, huh?

I'm looking for a Kiwi gigolo.
My female Kiwi plant is flowering like a mad thing, and the male isn't bothering, the idle bastard. Nobody seems to offer a stud service, which is a shame. If he doesn't get his act together, I fear he's for the chop.

Also been putting fence posts in today. The petrol piledriver thing keeps boiling the fuel in the carb, so it runs just long enough to perch it on top of the post, then the fucker cuts out. V.frustrating.
>> No. 427321 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 9:15 pm
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Do you have any suggestions for how to take the shitty, rotten in places mdf off the beams that are holding it up? I'm discovering it's not a very well-made structure. Exposed nails and freestanding structural supports all over the place.
>> No. 427326 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 9:41 pm
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My first suggestion would involve a few litres of unleaded and a match.

However, for taking stuff apart, I rate:
for getting nails out. The knockoff ones are shit.

for generally wrecking shit

and then the usual selection of crowbars, pickaxes and angle grinders.

But fire's easier.
>> No. 427327 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 9:45 pm
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The nails are somehow so deeply embedded in the mdf that I can't actually see them until I pull the MDF off around them.
I'm not going to burn it down that would be daft. Could try using the circular saw to speed things up but I'm leery of using that while stood on a stepladder.
>> No. 427328 Anonymous
1st June 2019
Saturday 9:56 pm
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What an absolutely shite Champions League final.
>> No. 427335 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 11:57 am
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Yeah, a bit boring, hardly edge of your seat stuff. Definitely felt like a match being played by teams who hadn't had a competitive match in weeks.
>> No. 427336 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 1:48 pm
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Watching Sarah Millican's most recent show, Control Enthusiast. I'm not sure if it's just the dress she's wearing, but she looks quite a bit thicker around the middle and it's really giving me the horn.
>> No. 427337 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 1:59 pm
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I'm glad you land whale enthusiasts are having a good time with the obesity epidemic. I long for heroin chic days on the 90s.
>> No. 427342 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 2:36 pm
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I would assume that stuff counts as a Class 3 dangerous good, (flammable liquid) and it was all kinds of illegal, and unsafe, for that to be in a hold undocumented and unnoticed.

I'm not sure how much, if any, of the responsibility of this would fall on you - this is something security should have picked up on, though I'm willing to bet if they'd found it out there'd be some law you'd broken, from smuggling to militant daft woggery depending on how you look at it.

Plenty of commercial airlines don't even have the proper licensing to carry dangerous goods, so that adds a whole new level to it, as the fine for carrying goods either unlicensed or incorrectly separated is, I think, up to 25% of the airlines annual turnover in penalties. Enough to cripple a small or struggling airline.

Your assumptions about the conditions of the hold are exactly why each dangerous good carries it's own classification and needs to be identified so it can be properly and safely stored. Yes, it's cold up there, and less air pressure, but if there was an animal in the hold, then it was both heated and pressurised. A lithium battery fire (or any fire from any other baggage or cargo) would be enough heat to allow your alcohol to act as an accelerant, too. I'm not sure but I could imagine a spark being enough to get pure-ish alcohol going even at -30C anyway.

While it's mostly likely you're right that your clothes would have absorbed the liquid if spilled, we've all seen how baggage is handled, jostled, and dropped - the container could have easily made its way to the edge of the bag and leaked into the non-absorbent hold floor.

I hate to be That Guy, especially on here, but this sort of thing is exactly what the aviation industry works hard to prevent - the sort of incident that is "very unlikely" but still possible - because if it's possible, it will bring a plane down. I'm not joking or being hyperbolic when I say that your decision absolutely, 100% had a realistic possibility of knocking the plane you were on out of the sky. You were right to worry, and I would advise that you don't do it again, otherwise I'll call the Hertz in Gran Canaria and tell them to stop letting you hire convertible Beetles.

You're probably reluctant to say now you know you might get done for it, but what type of plane were you on? If it was a larger plane like a 777 with ULD loading instead of open net holds, then at the very least the cans had fire suppression systems in them. A smaller 737 or A320 and you'd not have had such measures.
>> No. 427346 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 3:00 pm
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Look m4t, it was massively stupid, and it will certainly not happen again. I've duly learned my lesson.

Let's just forget this whole thing.
>> No. 427349 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 3:41 pm
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One of my female friends recently admitted that the reason she watches the likes of Sarah Millican and Amy Schumer is because they're unattractive so she doesn't feel threatened by them. She doesn't like any female comedians who are pretty.

All will be forgiven if you tell us about the sauce.
>> No. 427350 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 4:00 pm
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Well it's not going to be for their comedy, is it?
>> No. 427351 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 4:30 pm
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Sarah Millican has a 10/10 voice which counts for a lot in my book.
>> No. 427352 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 4:56 pm
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I have Emmental slices which need using up. I'm planning on using them in a pie between the filling (veggie mince) and the pastry but I can't work out whether this is a good idea or not. It's either that or use them with mushrooms and breadcrumbs to make Glamorgan inspired sausages.

Her shrill voice is like nails on a chalkboard.
>> No. 427355 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 5:08 pm
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It'll probably be quite nice but I don't think it'll melt much, if at all.
>> No. 427359 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 5:57 pm
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You need to work on your point scale there, lad.

Unless you've got a proper middle aged mumsy housewife fetish (in which case, never mind), then I'd hate to find out what you would consider a 5/10 or 1/10 voice.

On that note though - there are clips on youtube of Margaret Thatcher before she had voice training. In the mid-70s before she became PM. She had a proper unpleasant underlying tone in her voice, and it was only through intense voice coaching that she was able to adopt an arguably pleasant speaking voice to belie her cold black heart.
>> No. 427361 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 7:57 pm
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>I have Emmental slices which need using up

Emmental and Maasdam are exactly the sort of cheeses I get just to have in my crispy bacon buttwiches.
>> No. 427362 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 8:51 pm
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>> No. 427365 Anonymous
2nd June 2019
Sunday 9:30 pm
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Maasdam was created by the Dutch cheese industry specifically as an answer to Swiss cheeses like Emmental.

Personally, I like Maasdam better, its flavour is slightly more tangy than Emmental.
>> No. 427374 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 10:28 am
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>One of my female friends recently admitted that the reason she watches the likes of Sarah Millican and Amy Schumer is because they're unattractive so she doesn't feel threatened by them. She doesn't like any female comedians who are pretty.

This kind of mindset seems utterly tragic to me, and is probably more common placed then I'd like to think about.

Imagine living your day to day life with that level of insecurity where you can't enjoy things because you are secretly competing with people and judging them on criteria they aren't aware of and doesn't matter.

If there is such a thing as toxic masculinity this is toxic femininity.
>> No. 427375 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 11:07 am
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Some women will tell you that they think it's all just because men judge women by their looks and therefore women are pretty much forced to maintain an attractive appearance. They will then also tell you, if you're really unlucky, that this, too, is a sign of toxic masculinity, and that women in that respect merely bear the consequences of it.

But in reality, I have my doubts. It just doesn't track. The desire to compete against other women just seems to be too hardwired in many women to be a more or less cognitive decision. And to then subsume it under toxic masculinity is an underhanded way of deflecting and refusing responsibility for your own actions.
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3rd June 2019
Monday 12:27 pm
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It's the same thing. You can call it toxic femininity, but a fisherperson would prefer you to call it ingrained trout farming. The only difference is perspective- You can flip toxic masculinity around and call toxic mascilinity ingrained over-fishing if you're an MRA type. The actual logical process behind it remains identical. By that I mean they are, essentially, valid conclusions to make, in a sociological respect. But what people fail to realise is how their own bias (in this case, which genitals they happen to have) affects their judgement.

Everyone is prone to double standards, it just makes you look like more of a dick when you claim to be a warrior of equality and fairness.
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3rd June 2019
Monday 1:13 pm
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I don't think it is an internalised hatred of women or belief in the inferiority of women, or disapproving of a feminine trait and therefore the normal rhetoric isn't applicable. This person likes their feminine qualities they just want to be on top of the pile. The competitiveness is at a level where it over shadows everything else.

I was trying to think of if this is a quality that I've ever seen in men, and the closest I can think of from my only life is the way friends react to 'broody acoustic singer song writers'. Man fuck those insincere pricks
>> No. 427379 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 1:28 pm
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Only = own, obviously.
>> No. 427380 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 1:29 pm
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>> No. 427382 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 2:34 pm
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>This person likes their feminine qualities they just want to be on top of the pile.

Men do this in a similar way, but of course by different means. In the end, it's all about attracting a suitable sexual mate, whether you're a man or a woman, and flashing your assets, physical or material, towards that end. Men buy expensive sporty cars or wear expensive suits or watches because financial wealth signalises personal success and therefore suitability as a mate. We want to be top of the pile as well.
>> No. 427383 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 2:34 pm
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Yeah, but you're not looking at it like a fisherperson. Just take everything you said, and add "Because of the salmon stock." and you've pretty much got the fisherfolk counter argument for everything. You're arguing the competitiveness is an inherent feminine train, but the counterargument is that it's only a feminine trait because a male dominated society made it that way.

It's more or less the equivalent of when you were arguing with somebody as a kid and you went "INFINITY PLUS ONE!" which means you automatically one-upped anything they could possibly come up with. Everything boils down to the salmon population, ergo the angler's argument is correct.
>> No. 427384 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 2:53 pm
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Yes it is an unfalsifiable hypothesis. This is why I try not to play into it. You could make about as valid argument for saying Jews control everything. If you are willing to label every bad thing as the result of crypto control there really cant be any proper discussion to be had.
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3rd June 2019
Monday 3:59 pm
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>arguing with somebody as a kid and you went "INFINITY PLUS ONE!" 

Our year 10 maths teacher once spent an entire hour explaining to us that infinity cannot be added to or subtracted from. I think he told us that it would lead infinity itself ad absurdum if you could, but it seemed like kind of a weak argument, a bit like saying don't cross your proton accelerator streams.
>> No. 427386 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 4:32 pm
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I wasnt saying men don't what I was suggesting is they and the men who plot like her ate secret arseholes they are like Tetsuo in Akira if you turned the tables they wouldn't be nice people.

Maybe you would turn into Donald Trump if you were given his resources but I like to presume I wouldn't and I think there are a lot of people who would not. In fact I define myself and take pride in the things I could do but don't out of principle and believing it isn't a competition and I don't need to define my value by anyones standards or need the approval anyone other than myself is part of that.
>> No. 427387 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 4:39 pm
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I never ate a secret arsehole.
>> No. 427388 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 5:05 pm
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Haven't lived m8
>> No. 427389 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 7:13 pm
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Have one of these mate -> ,

Actually, you could do with a few more. Take 'em, they're free.

>> No. 427390 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 7:16 pm
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Is that Chief Keef himself?
>> No. 427391 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 7:34 pm
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I'd use them all, but first the site needs to work well enough on mobile that I can read and edit what I have written.
>> No. 427510 Anonymous
7th June 2019
Friday 11:37 pm
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Bought some Golden Delicious apples tonight in Sainsbury's that really taste of nothing. Just very watery and flavourless. I don't remember where they came from, I bought them loose and not in one of those bags. They seem crisp enough that they didn't spend six months in storage or something. But the lack of flavour is really disappointing.
>> No. 427511 Anonymous
8th June 2019
Saturday 12:12 am
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Golden Delicious are just shite. Treat yourself to Jazz or Pink Lady. If you use the self checkout, you can scan them through as Braeburns.
>> No. 427512 Anonymous
8th June 2019
Saturday 12:22 am
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My favourite is Red Chief, but I only ever seem to see those here around late summer and autumn.
>> No. 427513 Anonymous
8th June 2019
Saturday 8:09 am
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I heard yesterday that rain is forecast for the next ten days!

Howling wind and sideways precipitation down here today.
>> No. 427517 Anonymous
8th June 2019
Saturday 11:41 am
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Yep, fields of crops flattened here, and my poor freshly-sheared sheep are looking a bit sorry for themselves...
Still, less freaky than last year's BFTE and subsequent drought.
>> No. 427518 Anonymous
8th June 2019
Saturday 11:46 am
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You know, there's still things you can do with sheep on a rainy day.
>> No. 427520 Anonymous
8th June 2019
Saturday 12:33 pm
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Have you smelled wet sheep? They're hardly erotic creatures on the best of days, but get them wet and they're grim.
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