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>> No. 419092 Anonymous
28th July 2018
Saturday 11:15 pm
419092 Chucking out time
Merry otherlad
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>> No. 419099 Anonymous
29th July 2018
Sunday 12:17 am
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>> No. 419108 Anonymous
29th July 2018
Sunday 2:02 am
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>> No. 419008 Anonymous
26th July 2018
Thursday 8:57 am
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Making money in Britain (and in most places) seems to be mainly about buying and reselling property, especially housing. I rather wish someone had told me this sooner.
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>> No. 419032 Anonymous
27th July 2018
Friday 12:47 pm
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And hairdressers.
>> No. 419096 Anonymous
28th July 2018
Saturday 11:57 pm
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(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 419106 Anonymous
29th July 2018
Sunday 1:41 am
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Excuse me, they're puffs
>> No. 419107 Anonymous
29th July 2018
Sunday 1:52 am
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Pardon me, lad1, they're emasculate.
>> No. 419111 Anonymous
29th July 2018
Sunday 8:37 am
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That's the most emasculate forehead I've ever seen.

>> No. 418983 Anonymous
25th July 2018
Wednesday 3:20 pm
418983 First Documented Person Born On The Continent Of Antarctica
First Documented Person Born On The Continent Of Antarctica

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>> No. 419078 Anonymous
28th July 2018
Saturday 7:04 pm
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And isn't it fucking dark for like months at a time?
>> No. 419079 Anonymous
28th July 2018
Saturday 7:43 pm
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It's permanently dark during the Antarctic winter and you're trapped on the continent. The sea ice is too thick for ships to break through and the wind is too fierce for planes to land. The 200-odd people who are stuck on Antarctica for the winter have to be completely self-reliant, because there's no escape and no possibility of rescue.

In 1961, Lenoid Rogozov had an acute bout of appendicitis during the Antarctic winter. He was the only doctor on his research base, so he had no choice but to remove his own appendix.

I suppose anyone looks shaggable in those circumstances.
>> No. 419084 Anonymous
28th July 2018
Saturday 9:23 pm
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So you're essentially saying it's like the ISS, except on the ground.

>I suppose anyone looks shaggable in those circumstances.

Where do I sign up.
>> No. 419087 Anonymous
28th July 2018
Saturday 9:52 pm
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There are always enough Soyuz capsules docked to ISS to evacuate the crew, so in an emergency they can bail out and be back on earth within four hours. In recent years, there has been about one ISS resupply flight per month.

If you're still in Antarctica when the last flight leaves in February, you're stuck there until August. You still have satellite communication with the outside world, but there's no way of getting people out or supplies in.
>> No. 419089 Anonymous
28th July 2018
Saturday 10:27 pm
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>You still have satellite communication with the outside world

Do you at least also get Freesat down there?

And how come you're so knowledgeable? Were you a member of one of those bonk research missions?

>> No. 418971 Anonymous
25th July 2018
Wednesday 6:45 am
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the picture is not included in the final version of the cartoon for children

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>> No. 418976 Anonymous ## Mod ##
25th July 2018
Wednesday 10:46 am
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This picture is also not suitable as /b/ appears in /sfw/, plus this looks like it'll shape up to be a really worthwhile and interesting thread so no thank you.

>> No. 418810 Anonymous
19th July 2018
Thursday 3:36 pm
418810 The Many Faces Of Adolf Hitler
New documents reveal Adolf Hitler was still alive more than 10 years after World War 2. Declassified CIA files revealed this truth about Adolf Hitler. The suspected Adolf Hitler pictures from the CIA files show him in his many different appearances unlike you've ever seen him before.

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>> No. 418852 Anonymous
21st July 2018
Saturday 12:25 am
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What's really going to blow your mind is if you read up on War Plan Red. Suddenly, the heroic Allies won't seem so heroic to you anymore. If it hadn't been for Hitler starting WWII, then quite likely WWII would have taken place pretty much around the same time, give or take, between the United States and the British Empire. One of the first steps would have been an illegal military invasion and occupation of Canada by the U.S.. And things probably would have progressed from there.

>under largely the same sort of consumer-capitalist society we live in now

Not quite. One key feature of modern consumerism is and was credit. In the 1940s, credit and loans were far from ubiquitous as they are now. If you wanted to buy consumer goods, it was largely understood that you would have to earn and save your own money to afford them. Then again, job security and real-term wages were at levels unknown to most people today. Through his own hard work, a family man really could earn enough to provide and afford modest luxuries for a family of four including a stay at home housewife.

The kind of credit consumer mentality we have today really only came about after WWII and going into the 1950s and 1960s, with readily available consumer credit. Sadly, this also meant that in general, employers no longer needed to keep wages high and fixed in order not to cut their own flesh on the consumer side, because consumer demand for the goods they offered no longer depended on income, but increasingly only on the availability of credit. And now we live in a world where over 60 percent of new cars are financed. If you took away consumer credit, entire industries would collapse. As they have, e.g. the housing market following the subprime mortgage crisis of 2007/2008. And we are all really still paying the price for it. Worse even, we have learned nothing from it, but we are seeing consumer and housing credit bubbles that dwarf anything that has existed before.

But that's enough economics 101 for now.
>> No. 418853 Anonymous
21st July 2018
Saturday 2:01 am
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War Plan Red, like the other similarly named American military plots, is a contingency plan for a worst case scenario no matter how unlikely, not something intended to be enacted under any usual circumstance. You may as well argue Batman is evil because he keeps a chunk of kryptonite in his utility belt.
>> No. 418856 Anonymous
21st July 2018
Saturday 2:20 am
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War Plan Red is a backup plan in case of the event of war, it was not a statement of intent. Military types plan, it's what they do.
>> No. 418882 Anonymous
21st July 2018
Saturday 9:46 pm
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I appreciate the detail you went to but that is pretty much why I said "largely". Credit was still a thing back then- Overselling on credit was one of the big factors leading to the crash of the 1920s was it not.

The difference is our modern economy has come to rely on it as both a dangerous crutch, and a crack filler to make the markets inherently less risky. In the modern economy, actual money is more or less interchangeable with credit.

All I meant is that the same motives of profit above all else existed. Companies didn't care if they were selling nerve agents to Nazi Germany, in the same way they don't care about selling them to Saddam or Assad in the modern day. The primary reason we fought Hitler was not to heroically save all the Jews, it was to attempt to maintain a delicate balance of power.
>> No. 418890 Anonymous
22nd July 2018
Sunday 12:27 am
418890 Students

>> No. 418820 Anonymous
20th July 2018
Friday 10:46 am
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My mother shares image macros (sorry, memes) on Facebook. Colleagues regularly send them out in emails calling people the real MVP. Somebody sent me a message over my work Skype to call a group of people a "bunch of cucks". The same guy called a stock photograph "meme Harold". Dating profiles use words like "alpha". I saw Richard Osman use the term "circlejerk" on his Twitter account.

Sometimes I fantasise about going back in time like the Terminator and making sure imageboards never existed.

I may need to take a break from the internet.
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>> No. 418846 Anonymous
20th July 2018
Friday 9:27 pm
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Image macros is the right term lad.
"Normies" use the word meme for funny images they've just created or seen, usually twitter screen caps and the like.
>> No. 418847 Anonymous
20th July 2018
Friday 9:46 pm
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I remember when we used the term 'image macro' to avoid sounding like the weirdo 4channers. Now apparently we do it to avoid sounding like the normal people.
>> No. 418849 Anonymous
20th July 2018
Friday 10:53 pm
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Meme has generally lost its meaning now and while it shouldn't annoy me, it does.
Any cunt nowadays can make memeys but all they're really doing is making a funny image macro.
>> No. 418851 Anonymous
21st July 2018
Saturday 12:00 am
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>Meme has generally lost its meaning now and while it shouldn't annoy me, it does.

You clearly don't know the orginal meaning of meme if you don't see the irony of what you just said.
>> No. 418857 Anonymous
21st July 2018
Saturday 2:25 am
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Nobody bothered with it in popular discourse with its original meaning.

>> No. 418773 Anonymous
17th July 2018
Tuesday 10:23 am
418773 The Man Who Ate Uranium
You can watch this guy Galen lick a pile of highly radioactive uranium off the palm of his hand and ignite a chunk of plutonium into a shower of flaming dust. The guy also drank reactor cooling pool water for fun and liked to go swimming in the pool to relax.

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>> No. 418774 Anonymous
17th July 2018
Tuesday 11:51 am
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Is he retarded or is there some reason he won't die I don't know about?
>> No. 418795 Anonymous
18th July 2018
Wednesday 1:34 am
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Did you watch the video, the dude actually eats the shit

>> No. 418574 Anonymous
8th July 2018
Sunday 5:49 pm
418574 Britfags in the Amazon
Right, ladmates. One of you must be guilty of this horrifying, yet oddly scintillating, review for a bog plunger on Amazon. No one but you could think to write this:

5.0 out of 5 stars
First ever 'emergency' Amazon purchase. 10/10, wouldn't do again.
8 February 2018
Verified Purchase
I got to a point in my life this week in the decisions I had made, that meant I needed to buy an emergency plunger. A period of extreme mastication in the week prior, of largely coffee and stuff with bread in, on or around it, came to a head with a log on Wednesday night that was the size of a mid-teenagers' forearm. Peering down in shame at the depth charge that crashed into the porcelain below, I panicked and thrust my ungainly trotters at the flush button. Like a modern-day curtain-raising on opening night, the fetid bum-water rushed down but the package stayed put, defiant and proud. Over and over and over again, and I made it worse each time. The sweat rushing down my unloving features, I left it as it was and went to sleep.

I power-walked home the next night, to be there in time for the delivery of this thing, and in customary fashion it appeared in the packaging as if I bought an aquarium or a plus-sized sex swing. I tore the box asunder as if it was a multipack of Freddos, and set to work. Initially, I got the mixture (think Nutella in the microwave for roughly 47 seconds) up my shins and in my hair as the initial fact-finding was turning into a bit of a faff. Retreating for a moment to read the instructions that are right there on the side of the plunger, I got to work.

It was glorious. The pipe wheezed as the plunger blasted my coffee-baby with the level of gusto that initially introduced it into this cold, unforgiving world. Partly that, and partly the iceberg of baby wipes I had accumulated because I like my southern star feeling as if I'm in the Bodyform advert from the late nineties. It was done. I had tasted victory, the plunger caked in excrement but I'll be damned if it wasn't born to do this. Monumental success, and this product made it all possible. I will never forget what happened here.
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>> No. 418777 Anonymous
17th July 2018
Tuesday 12:37 pm
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You would be amazed what people are actually willing to fork over to buy esoteric pseudoscience rubbish.


>• Room harmonizer combined with the energy of all 7 charkras • Size: 8x8 • Height: 6cm • Special abilities: strong protection & power of transformation

Basically, it's £10 worth of gemstones thrown into some dyed epoxy. The profit margin on these things should be well over 1000 percent.

My granddad's second wife was Austrian and she lived in Vienna, which is one of Europe's esoteric capitals. She was really into all that esoteric hocus-pocus, and she wore a tigers eye necklace with a tigers eye about the size of a pound coin, and back in the day she said she paid some 10,000 Austrian Shillings for it, which was over £600 even back then, 25 years ago. She said it was infused with the special healing powers of some sort of guru, and would protect her from disease and evil spirits.

Maybe she didn't wear it often enough. She died of cancer of the bladder a few years later. Or maybe she should've just quit smoking.
>> No. 418778 Anonymous
17th July 2018
Tuesday 12:43 pm
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Is a tigers eye a type of crystal or are we actually talking about an actual preserved tiger eye? If the latter that's fucking metal.
>> No. 418779 Anonymous
17th July 2018
Tuesday 1:00 pm
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No, I did mean the gemstone tiger's eye. Which is quite inexpensive, looking at eBay right now. Just a tiger's eye about the size of a £1 coin will set you back around £3-£5 plus p&p.

The tiger's eye my granddad's second wife wore was on a thin, gold looking necklace chain, but I'm not sure if it was real gold. I'm sure she would have told us. Maybe some low-grade 375 material or something. In any case, nothing that would realistically have commanded a price of £600 at market value, not even 25 years ago.
>> No. 418784 Anonymous
17th July 2018
Tuesday 7:44 pm
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>fucker up stairs was putting fishtank gravel down the bog
I'm sorry that this reply will dredge up a post so much earlier in the thread but what the actual fucking fuck, who the fuck even does that
>> No. 418789 Anonymous
17th July 2018
Tuesday 10:03 pm
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This guy.

>> No. 417848 Anonymous
10th June 2018
Sunday 8:06 am
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Against every principle I've ever held I randomly ended up chatting to a stranger off the internet for quite a while by chance.

It turns out said stranger lives a very normal life as young, but rich student in a well off country across the world.

We've ended up speaking for months and Skyping and it's quite clear she is a real person (who is rather fit) and she is really into me.

I planned a holiday to somewhere quite far away for about 10 days just to break the monotony of my life and when I mentioned it she said she'd like to come along and fly to stay in my airbnb with me and basically said she wants a good dicking.

She's very attractive and probably out of my league but this hasn't seemed to have stopped her interest. She's even willing to stump up half the money for the airbnb costs as long as she can come. She's even offered to pay up front and let me give her the money. She's from a very rich family and I think her dad basically just gives her money for whatever she wants when she wants.

Any of you lads got any thoughts on this? Need to decide by the end of the day whether to say yes, I'd like to fly somewhere far away and have 10 days of sight seeing and easy sex but at the same time something about it feels quite wrong with the whole internet stranger thing.

If she was mildly attractive or a bit ugly I'd understand, but she's actually very hot and a very sweet girl too which is making it seem almost too good to be true and flags up my concern radar.

I figure the worst that happens is I arrive in said country, see she's not her at the airport and just go get another place to stay or say no, at best I get to fuck my way through a holiday.
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>> No. 418527 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 9:46 am
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u wot m8
>> No. 418528 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 9:51 am
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because >>418504 thinks I'm a PUA because I read The Game. I was wondering what he would glean from the fact I also read these.

>> No. 418540 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 2:24 pm
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Not him, but I've read some Neil Strauss and found him such a bad writer as for it to be almost impossible to finish a book of his without wanting to beat myself to dead with it. For this reason I think you're probably a masochist.
>> No. 418553 Anonymous
8th July 2018
Sunday 1:10 am
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8th July 2018
Sunday 1:10 am
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>> No. 418222 Anonymous
30th June 2018
Saturday 9:53 am
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New weekend thread.

Making the most of the sunshine, lads?
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>> No. 418536 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 1:08 pm
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The whole analog market has gone bonkers. There are loads of brilliant, implausibly cheap synths. Arturia, Korg and Behringer all have capable monosynths for less than £300. Behringer have the Deepmind 12 - a 12 voice true analog polysynth for £750. Everyone got sick of working inside the box, so synth manufacturers have really raised their game.

I can't believe that a Korg Monologue only costs £220. It sounds absolutely fucking evil.

>> No. 418537 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 1:49 pm
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It's the hardware. It gets mass produced for a few quid per circuit board somewhere in China, and the software is likewise programmed by people in India, Bangladesh or Malaysia where labour costs are minimal.

I think it's a good thing, because getting young people into making music by making affordable synths available to them is still the better approach than letting them throw together some samples in LMMS on their computer with only a tentative grasp on what they are actually doing.
>> No. 418538 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 2:07 pm
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It's too hot to eat properly. I'm pretty much living off a diet of toasted pitta bread and hummus.
>> No. 418541 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 2:40 pm
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> This may again sound cold hearted, but you can't just keep blaming society for all the shoplifting meth heads out there who haven't held down a job in ten years.

You're getting your drugs mixed up lad, this isn't America. A gram of decent meth is 200 snaps in the UK and the vast majority of users are Thai sex workers or people in the party & play scene. It just never got a foothold as a real drug of abuse in the UK because it's a valuable commodity with only a single supplier and thus a fixed and manipulated market price; it's a luxury item and a symbol of status.

An actual meth addict (if such a thing existed) would, if he wanted to keep his habit going and had run out of money, start buying £10/g base by the ounce and doing basic acetone washes and learning how to use a needle. Chances are, however, that he'd probably just eat two boxes of coco pops and sleep for a week.

The people you find shoplifting are the people who can't just sleep off a habit; the people on brown and vallies, DT levels of white cider, or even a mix of all three.

Regards, Drugsmaster General.
>> No. 418549 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 7:03 pm
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It's incredible. I learned the craft right at the peak of 'computers do everything' type developments, and basically went to uni just to play with their proper hardware. I'd probably have done a far more useful degree if I could have bought something this nice for a couple of hundred quid.

Back then Behringer just made very cheap and very bad mixers. I was floored when I saw they have all this stuff coming out.

I'm seriously thinking about digging out my reel to reel, buying a few of these fuckers and setting up a fully analog workflow for a bit, just to see how it feels. Maybe I'll cheat and throw an MPC in there too, we'll see. I don't think I could ever turn my back on Ableton but it's limiting in its own way.

>> No. 418506 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 12:05 am
418506 Never Forget
What are you doing today to remember those who inadvertently gave their lives to a publicity stunt by eskimoc daft militant wogs ?
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>> No. 418507 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 12:16 am
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I don't know why, but I always find it strange when we have this sort of thread outside of /iq/.
>> No. 418510 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 1:10 am
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I bet it was those bloody russkies.
>> No. 418517 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 2:37 am
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Do you think the weather's hot enough for us to have another Moaty? I think we're well due watching another homegrown nutter's 3-day run from the police on News 24. It's been a while and I need something to follow after the football's done and Federer's won Wimbledon again.
>> No. 418520 Anonymous
7th July 2018
Saturday 6:42 am
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Dunno, it's hot and humid so I might just have a wank and then sit here fermenting for a whilethe whole bloody day until I can be arsed to get in the shower.

I'm also getting key to a new house next week, so I need to start packing. I could really do with going through the mountain of paper I have which includes everything from bills and bank statements to my university lecture notes from nearly 10 years ago.

I think it's too hot now. The grass is so dry now that there's no way someone would be able to stay lay down on it for so long.

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>> No. 418394 Anonymous
5th July 2018
Thursday 9:17 am
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a cartoon for the little ones made by myself
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>> No. 418397 Anonymous
5th July 2018
Thursday 11:04 am
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I guess you have to be high to fully appreciate it.
>> No. 418402 Anonymous
5th July 2018
Thursday 12:38 pm
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Needs more Elsa, daddy fingers and spiderman if you want actual views.
>> No. 418417 Anonymous
5th July 2018
Thursday 7:39 pm
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Your little ones are going to grow up just fine.

>> No. 418061 Anonymous
23rd June 2018
Saturday 8:18 pm
418061 Flappycock

I've got erectile disfunction. The old chap is like an old dog in a basket and just doesn't want to play like it used to. Reckon it's from constant wank abuse as a teenlad but it may just be I've found better things to do than wanking 5 times a day.

I'm looking at getting some dick pills, namely generic Cialis (Tadalafil). There's a legit UK site (Dr Fox) where I can buy 8 10mg pills for about £21. I've considerd buying but before I neck one and awaken Frankenstein to scare the ladies, just looking for any peer reviews of knob enhancers.
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>> No. 418300 Anonymous
1st July 2018
Sunday 11:52 pm
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OP here. I've ordered from DR Fox so it's either wankageddon or heart attack whilst hoovering. Willy report later.
>> No. 418301 Anonymous
2nd July 2018
Monday 12:23 am
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Are you aware if you have a continuous erection for 4 hours or more you should seek immediate medical advice?
This is unlikely to happen and is rare. If it occurs seek medical advice straight away to prevent permanent damage.

>> No. 418302 Anonymous
2nd July 2018
Monday 1:24 am
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U wot?
>> No. 418303 Anonymous
2nd July 2018
Monday 1:28 am
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Tick yes blud if you want INCREDIBLE HULK DICK
>> No. 418305 Anonymous
2nd July 2018
Monday 3:13 am
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No thanks, it's got enough weird shades and hues to it already.

>> No. 418215 Anonymous
28th June 2018
Thursday 10:33 pm
Crumpets have emerged as the unlikely next victim of the ongoing CO2 crisis, with Warburtons warning of severe supply problems as the Europe-wide shortage of carbon dioxide continues.

Warburtons has been forced to suspend production at three of the four UK bakeries that produce its crumpets due to shortages of CO2, which is used in packaging to extend the shelf life of the products.

One of those bakeries was set to resume operations having sourced a “small supply” of the gas, but production was still “significantly under capacity”, Tearmh Taylor, corporate and consumer affairs manager at Warburtons, told The Grocer. It meant the company was producing “nowhere near” the 1.5 million crumpets a week that it usually makes, she added.

“We are already experiencing shortfalls and this will only continue to get worse unless supply is returned to normal very soon. The commercial impact of this situation is already being felt and with no end in sight it’s difficult to assess the long-term impact which will undoubtedly be felt by many.”

The shortages have already hit supermarkets, with nine-packs of Warburton’s crumpets now out of stock nationally in Sainsbury’s and Warburton’s Giant Crumpets currently out of stock in Ocado. Tesco and Asda also have limited stock of some of the brand’s crumpet lines, their websites suggest.


This is not a drill. I repeat. This is not a drill. We're facing a crumpets shortage.
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>> No. 418262 Anonymous
30th June 2018
Saturday 9:52 pm
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There have been stories about those products being affected also.
>> No. 418268 Anonymous
1st July 2018
Sunday 12:33 am
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I do like a bit of crumpet in the morning
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1st July 2018
Sunday 11:07 pm
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>> No. 418297 Anonymous
1st July 2018
Sunday 11:12 pm
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Asda are rationing fizzy pop.

>> No. 418298 Anonymous
1st July 2018
Sunday 11:26 pm
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