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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. 439277 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 6:11 pm
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A ginger to ungingerly frig you with figs?
>> No. 439290 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 12:43 am
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I'm probably going to get called Lisa Simpson for this post but do you ever feel a bit surprised at just how much of an odd one you are in the family? Women always ask me about my relationship with my family and appear shocked that someone can be distant but I genuinely have nothing in common with them. I can get along with them on a 1-1 basis but they're all rather...common and simple. Tapped if you will.

Anyway, bit of a family gathering over the weekend that I soon found myself sitting in silence while people spoke of whatever drama toxic people have caused in their lives interspersed with empty platitudes you'd read on facebook. Ended up drinking in silence like at every family gathering and wondering if this is what married life will be like.
>> No. 439292 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 10:10 am
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I've definitely had the other feelings you mention with my "original" family but

>wondering if this is what married life will be like
Only if you marry the wrong person.
>> No. 439294 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 11:02 am
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I feel the same way about my parents, to be frank they annoy me.
I guess I'm the odd one out but they do grate me all the time I'm around them. If I were ever to lash out or tell them to stop bothering me I'm the cunt so I never do.
I find peace in my solitude, I'm far from lonely. I just like to be alone with my thoughts. I doubt they'd understand this since they're from a different generation.
>> No. 439296 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 12:12 pm
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You sound like you're embarrassed by your roots more than being vexed by theirs.

I doubt EVERY conversation being had was about gossip and platitudes are an easy way to convey sentiment and can be taken at face value if your family really are that simple.

At one point, someone would have asked you what you've been working on or what you've been up to and instead of discussing it you said "nothing much" and they left you alone. Even if they don't understand what you like or what you do, if you're enthusiastic about it they'll respond positively. If they thinks it's weird ask "why is it weird?". I guarantee you their brain will stall, giving you the chance to make a comparison to something they like and continue the conversation.

All of this would require effort on your part though and I suspect you're much too jaded to make it, or perhaps you're also simple and don't have the savvy to ingratiate yourself with a gaggle of other simpletons. They do say if you can't explain something to a 5yo, you haven't fully understood it yourself.

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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. 439285 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 9:06 pm
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Yay, word filter!

Slags that are mental are best avoided.
>> No. 439286 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 9:31 pm
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Aaaaaah. Of course; I thought you were talking about a Windows 10 feature and got very confused.
>> No. 439291 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 9:33 am
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Would genuinely lose my mind over this.
>> No. 439293 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 10:28 am
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Me too. The best thing one can do is not share a machine with a partner/buy them their own.
>> No. 439295 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 11:11 am
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I think this thread is testament to the fact that they're pretty much all mental. Perhaps they won't all hold a knife to your throat, but it's likely they'll furnish your house with an ordinant amount of cushions or the word 'LOVE' in large wooden letters.

>> 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. 439268 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 12:10 pm
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I know a lot of people get upset about leaf blowers, but mine has a SUCK mode, too, and a bag that hoovers up all the leaves; if you have a big garden(s) with many trees, then it is a godsend. I have never used it in BLOW mode, but I've no doubt all my neighbours think I'm a cunt for using it.
>> No. 439272 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 4:14 pm
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Nah, big gardens have a billygoat. 4 gears and 16bhp. Loud in a way that a mere leaf blower can only dream of.
However, I barely use it any more, just use the mower with the brush & collector on the back, much quicker.
Still, been doing autumn gardening this weekend, so plenty of 2-stroke action. Chainsaws, hedge trimmers, brushcutter. Shoulders are pure pain.
>> No. 439282 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 8:16 pm
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Have you ever had the slight urge to use it on yourself?
>> No. 439288 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 10:46 pm
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No. I have long-term access to sexual congress with an actual female, almost whenever I like, so the idea of sticking my dick in a power tool, or any kind of electronic device really, seems extremely stupid and a very bad approach to life. Your mileage may vary.
>> No. 439289 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 11:52 pm
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>> 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. 439255 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 1:17 pm
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>I tend to see it in my mirrors.
Ouch. It was from a 30 odd second clip on Youtube about facial recognition ghosts or some shit. I can't remember what I googled to find it.
Do you mean literally see with your eyes or think yourself into 'seeing' like i do with severed heads in the toilet? I've noticed a lot of my more intense dreams involve facial disfigurement and contortion. I really can't think what it means - the imidiate answer or being twofaced or of dual identity doesn't apply well to my concious self.
>> No. 439256 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 3:46 pm
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I played Football Manager on Thursday night and now I've had two nights dreaming about it. I never knew managing Darlington could be so exciting.
>> No. 439262 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 11:17 pm
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In my last dream, someone was trying to kill me by running me over with a regular sized car that was rigged up to be remote controlled. I imagine he was doing an evil laugh like any denizen of a hollowed-out volcano would.
>> No. 439266 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 10:46 am
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I was dreaming of eating an un-ripe banana and getting stomach ache because of it. I woke up with a stomach ache; I've not eaten a banana in weeks.
>> No. 439267 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 10:52 am
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I dreamed that I had a cock transplant in order to smuggle a Chinese dissident's cock to freedom. The PLA caught me and interrogated me, but I managed to persuade them that it was my own cock.

>> 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. 439205 Anonymous
21st September 2020
Monday 9:23 am
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It can do, if you're playing philosophy semantics, but in this case it's helpful to make the distinction.
>> No. 439206 Anonymous
21st September 2020
Monday 10:13 am
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When you are done being a cunt, think about what you said, and that the human element of those climate models as it applies here is basically defined by our production of greenhouse gases and the overuse of land and other natural resources in the last 200 years.

Humans have been around for longer than the current interglacial period has lasted, and have probably always had a slight impact on the global climate, but we used to be in harmony and equilibrium with nature. The natural resources we used had a chance to recover and grow back. It is only since about the early to mid-20th century that our exploitation of the planet's resources is no longer sustainable. And that is where those climate models come in and where climatologists argue that the spike in temperatures in recent decades can no longer be explained by natural climate fluctuations, but is the result of human activity.

It's not helpful to say that we are part of nature, too. Yes, if you add the human factor to climate models, then it explains global warming perfectly. But that is then completely missing the point.
>> No. 439207 Anonymous
21st September 2020
Monday 10:47 am
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We simply need to release a virus into the wild to reduce population to pre industrial levels.
>> No. 439208 Anonymous
21st September 2020
Monday 11:51 am
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>we used to be in harmony and equilibrium with nature

There is no harmony or equilibrium in nature you absolutely berk. Focusing on humans we absolutely have had a catastrophic impact on environs as soon as we turned up including in Britain where the forest disappeared.

That means that you can't just roll the clock back to pre-industrial society, Ted Kaczynski.
>> No. 439209 Anonymous
21st September 2020
Monday 12:13 pm
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>World's richest 1% cause double CO2 emissions of poorest 50%, says Oxfam

>> 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.
>> No. 439078 Anonymous
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.
>> No. 439079 Anonymous
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.

>> No. 438848 Anonymous
7th September 2020
Monday 2:23 pm
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Looks like blame-shifting for the handling of COVID-19. Political reasons aside, I'd love to know what's actually happening here.

I recall at least one of you being an NHSlad, though I can't remember what area. Does anyone have any further information on this or insider knowledge of what's going on?
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>> No. 438849 Anonymous
7th September 2020
Monday 4:08 pm
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>I recall at least one of you being an NHSlad, though I can't remember what area. Does anyone have any further information on this or insider knowledge of what's going on?

Fuck off Ed Winchester.
>> No. 438854 Anonymous
7th September 2020
Monday 8:30 pm
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Wait until we get to the "public inquiry" stage.

"Lessons will be learned".
>> No. 438862 Anonymous
8th September 2020
Tuesday 12:22 am
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I'm the NHS lad, in pathology, but I've been trying my best not to pay attention since about July because it's all so horribly depressing. Sorry.

>> 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. 438144 Anonymous
27th July 2020
Monday 6:05 pm
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> Of the early aviation pioneers, only Blériot had any formal education in engineering

Alberto Santos-Dumont would like a word.
>> No. 438146 Anonymous
28th July 2020
Tuesday 12:06 am
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>According to the results, religiously active people are typically happier and more “civically engaged” – meaning they are more likely to do things such as vote in elections or join community groups – than adults who either do not practise a religion or do not actively participate in one.

I don't buy it.
>> No. 438147 Anonymous
28th July 2020
Tuesday 1:22 am
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What interests me is that there were, as far as I'm aware, pre-Christian astronomers who understood perfectly well how the solar system really worked. Civilisations like the Egyptians were mad boffs at stars, and I would have no trouble accepting they knew what was really going on, but we can't really tell what they thought because so much of it is muddled up with the various celestial bodies having fights and eating each other and giving birth what have you.

I like to contemplate what it would be like, if you were a 5th century Byzantine intellectual, and everyone thought you were a nutter conspiracy theorist because you keep banging on about how the ancient societies were actually right about astronomy instead of the up to date Christian model, and how the Church operates a vast cover-up to keep everyone thinking the Earth is the centre of the universe. You'd be fucking seething wouldn't you.
>> No. 438149 Anonymous
28th July 2020
Tuesday 10:28 am
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A lot of the knowledge that sparked the renaissance and modern age was hidden in libraries in the Arab world during the mediaeval period. Even philosophers like Plato had been completely forgotten in Christian Europe. It was mainly the Spanish reconquista driving the Arabs out of southern Spain which gave Christians access to Arab books and scrolls which were partly original works of Arab natural scientists and partly translations of Greek originals. It reintroduced Europeans to a whole wealth of information and ancient science that had eluded them for centuries.
>> No. 438785 Anonymous
5th September 2020
Saturday 12:53 am
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Falun Gong

>> No. 438737 Anonymous
30th August 2020
Sunday 9:53 pm
438737 Elon Musk is 3 moves ahead on the 4D chessboard

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>> No. 438756 Anonymous
1st September 2020
Tuesday 1:36 am
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How can this be worse than pretending a car driving inside a tunnel is revolutionary?
>> No. 438758 Anonymous
1st September 2020
Tuesday 5:26 pm
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I can forgive him that one - LA traffic (and traffic/road congestion in the US generally) has to be seen to be believed. The clue with that one was that he gave it all away, doesn't really believe in it. This project is just a bit nuts.
>> No. 438763 Anonymous
1st September 2020
Tuesday 8:35 pm
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LA is a properly mental city. It's just miles and miles and miles of perfectly rectangular grid. It's a wonder anybody can get anywhere, but then it's also a wonder people can't just avoid the traffic by taking exactly the same route two or three blocks over and then correcting at the end.

I bet there have been all sorts of interesting studies into how the traffic works.
>> No. 438764 Anonymous
1st September 2020
Tuesday 8:41 pm
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I've driven in LA rush hour traffic and yes, it's slow and of large proportions, but I don't think it's as bad as people make it out to be. The major problem is that our septic cousins have no idea to drive.

I remember having debates on several occasions with yanks, and they can't seem to understand that if you leave a gap for people to merge in, traffic flows smoother. They always said "but I want to get there first!" without understanding that if everyone wants to get there first, nobody's getting there any faster.

My Yank friend was shouting at me, terrified, when I saw someone wanting to change lanes coming up to a red light, so I stopped leaving 2 car lengths for him to come across. My friend was absolutely convinced someone was going to slam into the back of me, without understanding that the people behind me can't see what's in front, so how is leaving a gap any different to there being cars there? As a result, the fella got into my lane (and actually looked back out of his car in amazement that someone let him in), and he didn't have to force his way across when the lights went green.
>> No. 438766 Anonymous
2nd September 2020
Wednesday 12:16 am
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The telling thing I find is when there is ever a video of a pedestrian getting hit by a car on reedit they lose their minds talking about how they deserve it. Even when the car is driving on the wrong side of the street at high speed they will downvote an idea of sense that the car driver reckless or that being able to cross a road is a basic human right. No concept of anything other than 'car go VROOOM!'

>> No. 438745 Anonymous
31st August 2020
Monday 6:42 pm
438745 Of .gs and dot-coms: a memorial for the future
My mates were over on Saturday night. One of them used my phone to add some shit to the party playlist and noticed that I had /*/ open on my mobile's Chrome.

They both exclaimed about how they'd forgotten about this place and seemed humoured at the fact that it still existed in some dusty old corner of the web and more to the point that I still used it to chat shit with the same few faceless strangers. Joke's on them - we've got Discord and compulsory screen names now(!)

The gesture made me (possibly unreasonably) pensive. I cast a thought to the impromptu domain expiry of a few months back and how easily it was for those of us still visiting this shrine of yesteryear to lose touch with it entirely outside of direct IP access and/or signposting via other media. It reminded me of the countless other sites and networks that had come and gone during the web's golden age and how they have largely been refined to colloquial in-jokes and references uttered in increasingly smaller circles.

Bebo was bought out and sold to Amazon's Twitch last year after they outbid Discord for the rights.
Digg is now some bottom of the barrel clickbait site that nobody reads.
Livejournal, Xanga, and acrobat have gone the way of being overblown by the wave of in-your-face amateurish long-reads and social media formatting that has plagued Medium since its inception.
Myspace... exists.
What next and what will we remember of it?

To borrow a term from The Other Place, I suppose you could consider this the .gs "doomer" thread, though one of dead pixels and cleared gigabytes rather than apocalyptic neo-plagues.
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>> No. 438747 Anonymous
31st August 2020
Monday 8:37 pm
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31st August 2020
Monday 9:37 pm
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Totse was my first home on the internet. It felt trangressive and exciting, but the people were nice and hanging out on IRC was fun. The community still sort of exists on zoklet.net, but it is definitely not the same.

I learned a lot about online interaction and really social interaction in general from that lot.

>> 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. 438735 Anonymous
30th August 2020
Sunday 9:58 am
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The lakes are lovely but will also be ram packed at the minute. Lancashire is very nice, but as you're from The Other Place it's probably too close to home and also your bitter rivalry will ruin the experience.

Scotland is personally my idea of a lovely place with a lovely drive, basically the whole fucking lot of it, but the North Coast 500 route is full of the sorts of locations you describe, and the drive is, of course, spectacular.

I'm not up on how friendly Scottish people are to us dragging our viruses across the border and wandering about small towns at the moment, but if it's all okay, then that's what I'd be doing.
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30th August 2020
Sunday 10:08 am
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My missus lived there for the best part of her childhood so she has a bit of the accent, I could get her to do all the talking to conceal our Englishness.

Any particular recommendations? More seriously, I'll leave it til next year if the Scots are still taking the 'rona a bit more seriously than we are down here, but it'd be good to know.
>> No. 438776 Anonymous
4th September 2020
Friday 8:34 am
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Would a holiday home be a decent investment? By this I mean buying on a holiday park rather than an actual house where someone could live. It's my last day in Cornwall and these are for sale where I'm staying:-




They're leasehold, with about 960 years left on the lease, and there will be costs like cleaning and site fees but properties similar to the one listed for £40k were being let out for over a grand per week this summer, albeit with refurbished kitchens and bathrooms. I can't imagine there's much potential for the resale value to go up but it seems like a decent investment unless I'm missing a fairly obvious catch.
>> No. 438777 Anonymous
4th September 2020
Friday 10:22 am
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Walking in the Yorkshire Wolds in mid-Spring is an absolute joy. Disused railway tracks, chalk hills, dales and glacial valleys. A properly underrated part of the country.
Please come visit unless you're from West Yorkshire or a Southerner.
>> No. 438778 Anonymous
4th September 2020
Friday 11:42 am
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Too flat, no trees, it's shite. I'd rather walk along the canal in Dewsbury.

Absolute Humberfag cope, jesus.

>> No. 427901 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 8:43 pm
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Has anyone ever attempted to make a foodstuff that is 100% useful to your body where none of it will be shat out the other end?
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>> No. 438694 Anonymous
21st August 2020
Friday 1:00 am
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I'm not one for conspiracy theories, but it seems awfully convenient that this thread was made a few months before Covid-19 escaped from a laboratory in China. Covid-19 may well be their early attempt at making airborne weapons-grade autism.

All I'm saying is Chinkspooks may be reading our posts and getting ideas. Be vigilant.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 438696 Anonymous
21st August 2020
Friday 4:30 am
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Seriously hoping they steal our ideas for a tap that produces custard then. We should probably have patented that one.
>> No. 438697 Anonymous
21st August 2020
Friday 10:02 am
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The person who posted about a soup tap on rudgwicksteamshow.co.uk a week or so before that thread would have a strong counter-claim to the idea.
>> No. 438698 Anonymous
21st August 2020
Friday 10:26 am
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Who are we kidding, like the Chinese care about patents.
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21st August 2020
Friday 10:39 am
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I wonder if we'll be able to buy autism fart bombs on AliExpress.

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