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1 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 14:24

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2 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 14:27

Finally, a good OP

3 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 14:43

It'd be better if it didn't have a pointless (pun intended) full stop in the title.

4 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10123 14:58

The full stop and spaces between tags are ugly. Hope it doesn't result in another thread split. Though we are overdue for one.

5 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 15:02

I hate that other thread so much

6 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 15:05

It had a disgusting lack of a full stop in the title.

7 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 15:26


8 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 15:31

OP of the last thread cursed it

9 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 15:58

off to a good start, huh
well, time to really run it into the ground:

10 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 15:58

For the (normalfag and normalfag-adjacent) resident relationship experts, why is it a bad thing to wish for a virgin gf?
And, on the other side, why do I want one in the first place?

11 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 16:02

People take it as an insult/personally. That's about it.

12 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 16:14

you should really get laid

13 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 16:22

toriena never should have revealed her face now every time i listen to wakusei rabbit im just picturing this bucktoothed chubby faced gook instead of a cute anime girl

14 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 16:38

the bad asian teeth can actually be really hot

15 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 16:42

We need GAYNUS

16 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 16:43

she looks great, i don't know what you're talking about

17 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 16:46

yeah i was expecting way worse too. she almost has JAV face

18 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10123 17:31

bitch i'm stickin five cocks in my ass

19 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 04:10

welll i posted my shit in the wrong thread again i'm sorry every body

20 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 07:04

A possum scared the shit out of me

21 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 07:16

Jackson 21 GET!

22 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 08:37

but not mine, huh

23 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 09:03

There is a disappointing lack of Touhou × Star Trek fiction. Probably very small overlap of the two fandoms due to various cultural factors: Touhou is "past-inspired", Star Trek being not very popular in Japan, Touhou's normal state of affairs is about fantasy and Trek's is about the real world...
Kind of a shame because Touhou sci-fi really does work. Well, back to reading ALISON Airlines doujins I guess.

24 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 09:17

I also think the type of person that would like Trek and a shmup with anime girls is very different.
If it existed at the time, an anime/touhou planet episode is very TOS shlock.

25 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 09:21

I could never get into Touhou, I very much like the doujin/creative commons/whatever you know what I mean nature of the series and I experienced a lot of it through osmosis in the late 2000s/early 2010s so it fills me with wistful nostalgia seeing it but I get filtered by ZUNart and a lot of the stories of the games are surprisingly edgy considering said art.

26 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 09:27

Eirin x Lwaxana doujins when?

27 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 11:21

I haven't really played the games much, I was first drawn to Touhou by those classic IOSYS flash videos. I loved the music, I guess that was partly my first introduction to denpa maybe. I used to lurk Pooshlmer in the late 00s a bit, and I managed to get a couple of the PC98 games running on my mac, but I wouldn't say I'm a big fan of the series or anything. I think ZUN is a legend though for doing it all himself drunk, one of those passionate, visionary creative types I respect most

28 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 11:49

I like the games but I'm bad at them and I've only ever beaten PCB and IN on normal with continues. To me the games are like a work of art that's best appreciated while drunk and playing on lunatic so you can go "woah, pretty patterns" and then instantly die, but where Touhou really shines imo is the worldbuilding and how open to interpretation almost everything is.

29 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 14:49

finally listened to technorch in the car

30 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 16:02

I should really get to writing that fan-fic. It might be a bit unusual to have a main character who is able to hurt people through rap, some Parappa the rapper the type shit, but given the multiverse that it takes place in that's not quite as unusual.

31 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 16:43

it skirts a bit close to pedo shit, i would examine why people perceive you as a deviant instead.

32 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 16:49

Damn, is that how young I'd have to go?

33 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 18:13

yep. not even ephebo can save you

34 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 18:18

Jokes aside, I think it's actually a combination of two things: Wanting a partner with about the same level of experience/social skills, and wanting to take a virginity (to prove to myself that it's not just """"chads"""" that are allowed to do it).
Probably not healthy, but what do I know. At least I don't actually talk about it IRL!

35 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 19:07

It's wise to not talk about shit like that IRL, though I do think that there are way more than just men on the internet that want a virgin partner, or at least a partner with less or comparable sexual and romantic experience. Not that it's a healthy thing to seek, but it's more normal than you'd think. At least you're honest about it though.

36 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10124 20:13

Girls don't care that much if you've never gotten laid before, just don't hook up with a girl obviously out of your league and its a non issue.

37 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 01:07

I see /images/ has gone completely to shit. Who could have predicted that?

38 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 01:14

This isn't close to as bad as /IMG/ before it went on hiatus

39 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 03:22

There are plenty of virgins to go around; the Internet's problem is that said virgins take religion seriously.

40 Name: vc: brug : 1993-09-10125 03:50


41 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 08:57

not all women want chad thundercock, but most want well-adjusted, normal guys. is this possible for you?

42 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 08:58

define normal

43 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 09:01

12 year old girl here, i and all my friends lost our virginities to my cousin's big black rottweiler just last week ^__^ dogs are the best!

sorry >>10...

44 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 09:15

>>37 In what way? It sounds like you're moaning about posts instead of making good posts

45 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 09:24

>>37 Oh right was it porn spam that got deleted? Pardon me

46 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 09:32

It has some nice threads, you should go bump them. But really, what can you expect? It's an imageboard, and one without a set topic at that...

47 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 11:05

not whining about virginity on the internet is a good start!

48 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 17:11

What else am I supposed to use the internet for, in that case?

49 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 17:18

that reminds me, wasn't there some guy on here who bragged about fucking a 16yo?

50 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 17:42

yeah, dogs are the best, sex that lasts 30 seconds is the best

51 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 18:43

they sometimes get stuck and it's fucking disgusting

52 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 18:52

Egress for the negress

53 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 19:42

Should I kill myself?

54 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 20:11

Are you a girl?

55 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10125 22:20

>>54 lmao

man fuck pitayas, that shit costs $6/lb and i keep buying them because they taste like manna

56 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 04:37

LGBV (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, VTuber)

57 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 09:45

Good start to the thread so far

58 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 09:54

where do you even find bestiality content nowadays?

59 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 10:04

Twitter. You can find necro and self-harm on it so why not bestiality.

60 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 11:31

>>49 Yeah, 16 is legal here. Was that the one where she was on her period and rode me to a screaming orgasm, then hopped up and squarted blood and cum and endometrium on my chest, then slid back and forward on it? Zomg so hot. I lose my breath any time I think of her, and I think about her all the time, that's why my skin is so blue

61 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 11:53

oh fuck, it's the sex haver.
what's your sage advice for becoming like you?

62 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 14:28

even with some exclusive deviant delights on there, Twitter is probably not worth the brain damage from the high proportion, even by Internet norms, of people on there who think maliciously reinterpreting someone else is clever and funny ('dunking'), possibly behind their backs ('subtweeting') and needs to be done with as much redundancy as possible ('ratio').
it is no wonder that communication is widely regarded as toxic platform-wide ('notifications blew up'); these are indisputably less healthy than porn ('don't @ me')

63 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 14:34

twitter had a heyday of like 2 years during the late obama/early trump days back before it became a place for undersocialized mentally ill dorks to talk to themselves and have other undersocialized mentally ill dorks occasionally chime in with their weird opinions

64 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 14:45

>>35 how is wanting someone who hasn't had miles of cock inside them and completely destroyed their ability to pair bond "not a healthy thing to seek"

65 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 15:49

>>61 The only advice I can give is if a girl wants to have sex with you, just let her. Another tip, I can't speak for all girls, but all the hot babes I know really dig capital letters at the start of sentences.

66 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 15:51

I started this sentence with a capital “I” and I can smell her pussy dripping from here (the girl reading this post)

67 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 16:22

The reactions to twitter remind me of how people used to malign /b/

68 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 17:02

>>64 unhealthy? try "impossible"

69 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 17:51

okay, now die

70 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 19:09

Quite possible when you do the math:

71 Name: ᗜˬᗜ : 1993-09-10126 19:46

Disregard corporations

Acquire fumo

72 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 19:55

fumos are overrated

73 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 20:02

Really not sure if I want to watch this, can you give me a quick rundown?

74 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 20:40

Mumu looks like he's stuck in 2012

75 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 20:40

Fumos are correctly rated.

76 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 21:26

Quick rundown on them:

>rothschilds bow to the Bogdanoffs
>in contact with aliens
>rumoured to possess psychic abilities
>control france with an iron first
>own castles and banks all over the world
>direct descendants of the ancient royal blood line
>will bankroll the first cities on Mars (Bogdangrad will be the first city)
>in the process of terraforming Pluto as their personal planet
>own basically every DNA editing research ability on Earth
>first designer babies will be Bogdanoff Babies
>both said to have 400+ IQ
>ancient Indian scriptures tell of two angels who will descend upon the Earth and will bring an era of enlightenment and unprecedented technological progress with them
>These are the Bogdanoff twins
>They own Nanobot R&D labs around the world
>You likely have Bogdabots inside you right now
>Every child has the mark of the Bogd implanted in them at birth
>The Bogdanoffs are in regular communications with the Archangels Michael and Gabriel, forwarding the word of God to the Orthodox Church
>Discovered the ark of the covenant
>They learned fluent French in under a week
>Zahi Hawass allows them full to the evidence of Atlantis within the pyramids
>Nation states entrust their gold reserves with the twins. There's no gold in Ft. Knox, only Ft. Bogdanoff
>The twins are 67 years old, from the space-time reference point of the base human
>In reality, they are timeless beings existing in all points of time and space from the big bang to the end of the universe
>They have been able to access the Akashic record since birth, and have spoken about what they saw while they were newborns
>The Bogdanoffs will guide humanity into a new age of wisdom, peace and love

77 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10126 23:07

Please don't be depressed and work your hardest.

Also please don't expect anything beyond the bare minimum out of anything.

78 Name: ;_; : 1993-09-10127 02:28

13 people "watching" my buy it now listing.

What are they waiting for? Just buy it already you cowards.

79 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10127 03:52

ive never sold anything on ebay because im afraid of interacting with randos

i buy stuff off there all the time tho

80 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10127 09:25

I feel like advertising works backwards for me. The more I see a thing advertised, the more inclined I am to dislike it.

I guess it is often true the harder the sell, the less likely you need what is being sold.

81 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10127 09:32

I'm glad I've never had to fuck a virgin, blood and pain are huge turn-offs for me

82 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10127 10:58

benjamin ネタにゃhu

83 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10127 13:38

benjamin netanya~hutanari

84 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10127 15:14

virgin virgout

85 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 00:22

i dont understand how someone can "hate old people", like u realize ur gonna get old one day too right, getting old isnt a choice like being gay or black is

86 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 01:18

lol, reminds me of the stupid "omg how can you hate children, you were a child once!!" bitch, that is not how logic works, just because you were or are or will be something doesn't prevent you from hating that thing. And I hated myself and other children just as much back then too.

87 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 02:25

Brother, we were talking about virginity not becoming the next Reilly Reid

88 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 05:55

Not even a month since I got on twitter and twitter trannies are already attacking asian artists I follow. So much for "ignore it and it won't exist" (emphasis on "it").

89 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 07:42

astronomers be like "look at the moon tonight it's gonna be a super blood red awesome cool moon!!" and usually it's fucking nothing or (((((clouds)))))

90 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 08:01

Today I will read every current thought thread

91 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 08:52

Just use pixiv + a booru. You get everything you need without militant retards and as a bonus you dont have to deal with the image quality being destroyed AND the shitty video player

92 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 09:44

>>89 It's okay don't cry bro

93 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 10:23

If you hated yourself that early in life you have serious problems

94 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 10:53

this thread is already shaping up to be worse than the last one

95 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 11:01

you're welcome!

96 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 11:03

heres the ultimate question, does meta make a bad thread better or worse

97 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 11:09

worse, but by far more entertaining,

98 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 11:28

can we please stop metashitting and go back to discussing virginity already?

99 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10128 11:57

i'm a virgin ( ゚ ヮ゚)

100 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 12:04

me, i think it's really cool how if you live in america you have to do days worth of individual research and end up like the dude from the always sunny screenshot w/ the hundreds of different pieces of thread tacked to a bulletin board just to find a brand of oats that hasnt been sprayed directly with carcinogenic pesticides

remember this next time some politician is saying some populistic shit and pretending to give a shit about the common man, they literally do not care if you and your children end up eating literal poison every day if it means their wealthy benefactors can make a few more dollars. other countries have banned pre-harvest glyphosphate desiccation because they actually care about their citizenry, it's just too bad that the USA isn't a country but the world's largest open air cattle farm, and u are the cattle

101 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 12:26

ITT let's get to >>128 before the 10128th ends!

102 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 12:39

>>99 not for long

103 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:27

Dokyun's comment from a site nobody knows

104 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:31

as someone who has lived in the us and 2 other places, putting sugar in the bread is worse than using pesticides, just because some farmers cant dose for shit
I bet you freak out about fluoride in the water too

105 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:32

>>104 what a total non sequitur

stop eating bread btw, problem solved. are you a cow? no? then stop eating grass.

106 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:35

keto cultist?

107 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:36

it's ya boi the ratkilla

108 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:37

but yeah fluoridation of water is another thing the US cattle farmers do to keep their cattle in line that isn't done in countries where the common citizen is viewed as a human and not livestock, fluoride is a literal neurotoxin


the monsanto internet defense force is really out here in full view of everyone huh

109 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:39

>>106 hardly, and your attempts to pigeonhole me into an ideological box so you can dismiss everything i'm saying are laughable and predictable

carbohydrates should come primarily from things like fruit, berries, non gluten-containing grains like oats and rice

110 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:41

I cant tell if you all are being serious or not but this thread is gonna be in the top 5 worst current thoughts threads. I blame /img/.

111 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:42

ketosis is like your body's backup generator, it only happens in "wild humans" in times of extreme famine. the "increased alertness" people report while in ketosis is literally just your brain saying "i'm fucking starving dude, feed me already" and desperately looking around for any edible source of glucose. that being said, wheat is still a systemic poison unless u have a ruminant stomach or sprout/ferment it before consumption.

112 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:45

These are about contaminated groundwater, actual dosed water is fine.

113 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:46

Seed oils

114 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:50

and feed oils

115 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 13:52

>>112 this is a 20 year old study from the same people who spent the past 60 years telling you that sugar was fine but eating butter once will make your heart explode. it also makes no recommendations for or against dosing water with fluoride.

if it's such a public health concern though, why is public drinking water not dosed with other water-soluble nutrients that much of the population at large is deficient in? why don't they put methylcobalamin and magnesium chloride in the water?

116 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 14:02

>The mechanisms by which fluoride affects cell functions include the generation of superoxide anions (Garcia-Montalvo et al. 2009; Izquierdo-Vega et al. 2008); mitochondrial toxicity,[...] and the modified release of the neurotransmitters acetylcholine (Flora et al. 2009) and gamma-aminobutyric acid (Gardiner and de Belleroche 1990).

weird how environmental toxicity always seems to come back to these three things! but i guess the science is settled and we should totally trust the UN and the WHO!

117 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 14:08

preempting even more attempted ideological pigeonholing: i don't think there's some global systemic lizardman conspiracy to make you drink the fluoride and eat the bugs(but it's fun to pretend sometimes), i DO think the 80 year old geriatric fucks that are in charge of everything are making policy based on outdated science and shareholder profits rather than basing it on what's in the best interest & health of the common person affected by those policies. never assume malice when stupidity is an equally efficacious explanation.

118 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 14:33

also im gay & not white, just to preempt that as well

119 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 14:36

9 more posts, guys

120 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 14:41

I'm not worried about that one, it'll be gone the moment brothels open up again anyway.

121 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 14:48

Prime Lex Luger looks like a real life bara character

122 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 16:53


123 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 16:59


124 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 17:00

Thanks for the info lily singh

125 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 17:10


126 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 17:32

Die redpilled podcast conspiracy man

127 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 20:40

drink the fugging gorn syrup :DD :D

128 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 21:19

im hungry

129 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 21:48


130 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 21:51

new daxes for rich people would be pretty nice, though

131 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10128 22:46


132 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10129 03:52

out of all the odd things that have happened in retrospect, i wouldn't have imagined mdickie's shit games would eventually net him modest success. who could've foretold the introduction of smartphones would lead to an insatiable thirst for garbage, disposable fart apps and that he would directly profit from it at the very beginning of the app craze. he still has the /prog/ interview in his website, lol, what a petty man.

133 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10129 05:45

don't trust david bowie fans

134 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10129 09:52

Link to the interview please?

135 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10129 11:25

I would say it was youtubers playing his games more than anything

136 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10129 14:02

Remember the Alamo.

138 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10129 18:23

Cyanoacrylate de Bergerac

139 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10129 18:29

lol nice

140 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 02:22

neon genesis evangelion 🤝 fallout: new vegas
getting zoomers to listen to frank sinatra

141 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 02:36

Whatever happened to the dude who was losing his shit about zoomers

142 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 02:53

I never got the hype of New Vegas (and 3D fallout in general), it always felt like you were map painting the region to a level that was unrealistic for most individuals who werent nearly deity-like. The hardcore mode also didnt feel survival-y enough, just more meters you have to micromanage.

I do like the world and some of the writing though (The hearts of iron mod feels like what Fallout tactics should have been.), I also think being able to viably do unarmed runs is really cool too.

143 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 03:40

imagine living in korea, surrounded by the best kimchi in the world.
you live with your korean grandma who lives in the same house and makes you eat her kimchi though.
and she's terrible at it so you never get to have the good stuff

144 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 03:43

>>142 oh dude i played new vegas after hating fallout 3 because the hype was unbearable and guess what


not just a little either it was UNBEARABLE

probably the most overrated vidya of all time

did i learn anything? yes, i learned to love myself and not listen to people's shitty advice. and never again with fucking bethesda

145 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 03:49

Do you like classic fallout

146 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 03:55

so what you're saying is, we live in a society

thank you for informing me, i was not aware of this

147 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 03:55

fallout 2 was great, fallout 1 is basically a demo

148 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 03:56

>>147 meant to reply to >>145

149 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 04:34

I don't have to imagine bruh

150 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 04:52

feels like a discord server

151 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 05:15

People describing things as "the good stuff" always bothered me

152 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 05:39

We've got to start bullying the Lain nerds.

153 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 07:01

New Vegas was Obsidian not Bethesda, that's what contributes to people having a favourable opinion of it

154 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 08:31

Bully all Latin nerds

155 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 10:28

Mole easter

156 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 11:14

New Vegas wasn't bad. The gameplay mostly sucked, but the plot, writing, and environments were pretty good, and I liked how they handled skills. That said, I'm not really a fan of post-apocalyptic settings.

157 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 21:36

well i just checked the world's most accurate encyclopedia and:
"... and published by Bethesda Softworks."

and the proof's in the pudding, because new vegas was pretty much indistinguishable from fallout 3 (which in turn was basically oblivion with a skin) in every respect, including the plot and characters and writing. i hadn't bothered to check into the details of the development because as i said, the proof's in the pudding, but i'm guessing bethesda brings a pretty financialized development environment to any game they publish, even if they outsource the development to a different company, and even if that company employs some fallout 2 devs (apart from my heuristic speculation about anything bethesda touches turning to shit, there's ample indication that tihs happened in the development section on the wiki article too). it's the financialization that's the problem, same reason all of EA's games suck.

in fact i'll even say oblivion was the best game out of those three, not that i have any love for it

sorry, i know i'm being autistic, i just really hated it, lol

158 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 22:23

How the fuck do they do that?

159 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 22:53

Fallout 3, New Vegas and Oblivion are all good but only if you use one of those modding guides that add like a billion mods and takes like 3 days to do

160 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10130 22:53

oh, and turn off the voice acting in 3 and oblivion

161 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 02:27

Publishing is not the same as developing, really all they did was slap their sticker on it at the end
But whatever it's besides the point

162 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10131 03:15

Why do her knees smell like Raid

163 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 03:29

>>161 i'm well aware publishing is not the same hting as developing but if you think they're totally disjoint you're fooling yourself. i'll go quote more from the world's most accurate encyclopedia

>Bethesda commissioned a sequel.

so, again, they outsourced the development. it's not like obsidian pitched the game to bethesda and bethesda just handled distribution

>Bethesda rejected Obsidian's idea to set the game between the events of Fallout 2 and Fallout 3, but they did approve of setting the game in Las Vegas.[19][20]

so bethesda actually had substantial creative input

>Obsidian were unfamiliar with the Gamebryo engine

(because it's garbage and it's impossible to make a good game in it)

>The game had a somewhat short development cycle of 18 months.

you really think bethesda didn't have something to do with this? i bet it was in the contract. this kind of dev cycle is exactly the kind of thing i mean about financialization. they spent 18 months shitting out mediocre dungeons, making a crude overworld map of LV, and trying to patch up the engine into something usable. the only actually interesting characters/quest i can remember was the elvis impersonators. everything else was just content farm schlock

but you're right, it's beside the point, because anybody who has played both fallout 3 and new vegas can tell you they're almost exactly the same game

i disagree, these mods improve things but there's still basically no way to make an action game good when it randomly lags because the engine is shit. and there's no way to make believable / relatable characters when the faces are right in the middle of the uncanny valley. it was a fool's errand from the start

to me it's honestly the weirdest thing that other ppl dont hate it as much as i do

i hope you guys are enjoying my autism as much as i enjoy it when people argue about their weird diets on here, i really like those posts

164 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 05:32

> lost_gandalf.jpg


165 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 09:20


>to me it's honestly the weirdest thing that other ppl dont hate it as much as i do

there is a contigent that hates it, but for the most part because they like fallout 4 and are embittered by the difference in reception or they interpret liking it as a partisan political statement because modern internet

166 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 09:29

bomb has been planted

167 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 09:46

FNV is the morr-
uh, morrowind is the fall-
new vegas is morrowind with guns!

168 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 10:35

new vegas is just 3d angband

169 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 15:53

im becom-
im becom-
im becoming judas

170 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 15:58

new vegas is remembered fondly mainly for being the best 3d fallout game which is frankly, not a very high bar to clear at all

all the mechanical/gameplay problems of 3 are still there but it at least had some interesting characters. the design docs for van buren project looked fucking awesome and im still mad to this day that we'll never get to play THAT version.

171 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 16:05

navigating the overworld and fighting enemies were generally more of a tedious chore than a fun challenge. where it really shined was the branching dialogues, deep (for a 3d CRPG) characters and the overall plot and worldbuilding. the character building and branching plot also made it possible to self-insert basically any backstory and personality into the PC that you wanted. want to be a gay antifascist wandering the mojave murdering racist white male slave traders with your doctor boyfriend? u can do that. want to be a cowboy drifter blowing from town to town like a tumbleweed, staying just long enough to kick the dust off your spurs and solve all the towns problems? u can do that too. i don't think ive ever felt "this game would have been much better as a visual novel" about very many games but new vegas was one of them.

172 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 16:28

173 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 16:39

this and a blunt

174 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 16:48

I dunno about a VN, but definitely would've been better in the OG fallout style.
I agree about the self insert thing, the courier also has way too much influence. The only realistic thing is the Kings stuff and that's because you're in the ear of an already powerful person.
Most stuff the Courier does would have them be a nearly religious figure in whatever faction they help.

175 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 16:50


176 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 16:51


177 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 17:29

Operation kill VIP terrorists

178 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 19:55

in love with the 🈁

179 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 23:12

I'll fade away and classify myself as obsolete

180 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10131 23:18

>>178 I was listening to this one today https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz-rXI7ZY-U I wish I could have floated into the studio and watched her record the vocals for this

181 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 00:06

vc: uncheff

182 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10132 03:57

Hey Boobs.

183 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 04:09

Play duck hunt

184 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 05:30

They T-posing in my general direction.

185 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 08:33

What's the difference between living in a city and living in a prison?

186 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 10:48

>>185 Spooky, I was thinking about that yesterday

187 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 14:01

You are free to leave your home/the city whenever you like, duh.

188 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 16:42

You are a retard

189 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 16:49

goa goa goa mpu ja

190 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 19:27

blased and mehpilled

191 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 20:00

It's a prison of the mind, maaan

192 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 20:16

Buy my shit on ebay you cowards, fuck. 18 watchers now.

193 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 20:19

They're trying to wait for me to lower the price when it's 30% off the nearest listing, it's in good condition and complete, and ebay is going to take a 10% cut, I'm not doing that.

194 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 20:28

wonder if you could mix white monster with salmiakki vodka

195 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 21:45

Shout out to the brave impulse buyer who just bought my listing after I complained

196 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 21:53

you're welcome!

197 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10132 23:43

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198 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 00:02

Sometimes I have dreams about websites that probably didn't exist, but feel like they just might have. Like last night, when I was dreaming about (re)visiting something similar to min.us, but for hosting a variety of minecraft content (maps, mods etc; it very notably had a white and lime color scheme). There probably were (or still are) several sites that could fit the bill, but most likely it's just an amalgamation of various websites and internet experiences... or I could actually have forgotten that such a site existed, and this thought scares me a little bit; what else that used to be a big part of my life could I have forgotten?

199 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 03:34

I know next to nothing about politics but I wonder why C-list and under celebrities even do those weird university talks, it almost never ends well

200 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 03:34

I have four tabs open on fool.com and the favicons are all different colors

201 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10133 03:42

JR needs to retire

202 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 03:53

Fool.com changed their logo and went to shit

203 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 07:28

Society holds together by trust and fear

204 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 09:17

>>199 Lil B's was inspiring!

205 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 15:14

The kissing your sister finish

206 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 19:15

How the fuck is Imposter Syndrome real? It just sounds like a mental illness for successful people. Just be yourself, lmao.

207 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 21:19

>>206 you see, Ug, the success they've achieved isn't aligned with their natural urges to hunt megafauna to extinction in the nude on the savannahs

208 Name: vc: goyyish : 1993-09-10133 21:47

FF1 on the NES has a ridiculous level pacing problem.

209 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 22:40

maybe websites shouldn't get older than a decade

210 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 22:47

I met a couple people who said they were experiencing it back when it was the hot new mental disorder that all the cool kids had. I have a couple of thoughts, but they mostly boil down to those people putting way, way too much emphasis on signals from the rest of society. It's as if throughout their entire life they'd been taking their As and trophies and stuff seriously and expecting their life would be like a TV show. Now finally they were expected to provide results, everyone was too busy to hold their hand, but there's nothing external to blame it on because, after all, they were never denied anything. Some of them were bad, some of them were just bad at knowing whether they were bad or not.

It would have been amusing to watch them try to contort "I wasn't rejected, everyone is friendly and helpful, and I'm treated as if I'm competent" into racism/sexism/*-ism by way of mental illness if it weren't so depressing.

211 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 23:04

It's not a disorder, this is like writing a post about Trump Derangement Syndrome, it's just an expression about a feeling of inadequacy. (I also think you're confusing this with the "gifted kid burnout" fad that was talked about a few years ago). Anyway a more charitable explanation is that it's a response to social pressures that the person didn't experience before, like, say, a programmer who was self taught for a decade suddenly feeling out of place taking college level courses in a building where they are graded and amongst peers.

212 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 23:35

213 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10133 23:39

Until I looked it up, I thought you were talking about the disorder that made people think their loved ones were replaced with imposters. How weird would that be if it became common

214 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10133 23:46


215 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 00:21

Did you read it? (I read it just before posting to make sure I wasn't talking out of my ass). It's not a diagnosable disorder, there's no DSM listing, it's just a description of a certain mentality that people have. The claim wasn't that people have thought and wrote about the phenomenon, if they hadn't the term wouldn't exist, the claim was that it was a mental disorder.

216 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 01:46

I'm (only) >>210, I don't really have any strong thoughts on whether it's technically a disorder or an illness or not, so I have no problem assuming you're right. My point was that it was used for people to say "I'm asking for special consideration and attention, and I claim it's not my fault". (And for others to make that request on their behalf, but I assume we're all familiar with how these things go.)

As to being charitable: yeah. It's kind of like someone being overweight because they've been forced to eat unhealthily for their entire pre-adult life. It's not their fault, it's a symptom of a failure in another entity, etc. etc. But that person is still overweight, and at some point it's their responsibility to react to it. There is respectability, or lack thereof, in the nature of that reaction. If I come off as uncharitable towards the phrase, it's because I don't have much respect for most of the reactions to self-doubt I've seen which were associated with calling it "Imposter Syndrome" (visible reactions, of course).

217 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10134 02:13

I just want to know if the owner of the Minions (yellow guys) is Armenian

218 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 03:17

That's going to be difficult, as I have never heard him, nor seen him with my poor eyesight, express an opinion on the perseverance of the saints.

219 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 04:19

The articles you find on non-google search engines are so bizarre, to the point it makes me wonder if they're actually real

220 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 04:21

and by real I mean presented as legitimate and written by humans

221 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 04:28

i think impostor syndrome is just the feeling that a dumb or incompetent but highly educated person has knows on some level that they're dumb or incompetent

as usual, women and men are incompetent at about the same rate, but disproportionately more women experience imposter syndrome because they're more self-aware than men are, generally.

(STEM department, US university)

222 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 06:39

Gru is from the same country as Mung Daal

223 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 09:14

stupid me, i thought the weird smell in my room was from blowing the dust off my atrophied pi, and it didn't hit me until now that it might be the big ass pine board i put in my room yesterday

224 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 11:16


225 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 12:08

You first!

226 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 12:10


227 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 14:07

sorting through 15 years of sheet music

228 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 16:29

sorted almost 15 years of sheet music
what a mess that was

229 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 17:29

Why do you feel like shit waking up at noon

230 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 18:05

to counterbalance how nice it feels to stay up until 4

231 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 19:03

Impostor syndrome is just people rightfully realizing that they are dumb and worthless, and that in an ideal world no one like them should be near whatever profession they are in.
Of course, this is not an ideal world, and most people are braindead meat sacks.

I do not suffer from impostor syndrome, I am too attractive and intelligent for that. I trust all my fellow DQN users are as infinitely handsome and genius as I am, otherwise we would not be using such a high quality bulletin board.

232 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 22:21

I stuffed my face with too much angel delight 😖

233 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10134 22:55

Sometimes I feel like I'm too old for most places I frequent online. Maybe it's time to go Offline

captcha: go

234 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 00:26

>>231 my dumb ass view is that i know i'm incompetent and i'm just happy to cash the checks for as long as i can

235 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 00:44

>>231 Oh, DQN-san, you are part of the same hivemind as us. Of course we are all handsome and intelligent here.

236 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 00:52

i saw a throat singing album called "sixty horses in my herd" and realized its like the mongolian equivalent of gangster rappers making brag tracks about how many fancy cars they have

237 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 01:13

they are the exact same genre actually

the mongol invasions was just medieval niggas doing drivebys on horseback with bows and arrows

238 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10135 01:40

God I hate Cody

239 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 02:06

Im just indifferent towards him. Which is probably worse

240 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 02:58

Likes: cricket
Dislikes: beef

241 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 07:06

I too have been having dreams about sites of questionable reality. A particularly reoccurring one is this strange sort of combined imageboard and forum with a rather active gardening board, and a very, very cute css theme. I can't tell if it really existed at one point, or if it's an amalgamation of postbox.garden, sushigirl, early 4taba, and maybe a few other sites.

242 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 07:42

well, I'm alive and breathing, and I know my goal now and can work towards it

243 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 08:22

I read about raceplay and the people for and against it.
I guess I dont understand why a guy wanting to be called nigger is that different from CBT and other physical masochism.

244 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 10:33

/img/ is relatively quality right now

245 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 13:00

To my understanding the most common form of race play is when a black woman, while dating a white man, calls him massa and all that weird southern slavery stuff. Presumably it's half ironic and half kink, akin to "daddy's cummies" play.

246 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 13:14

>>244 Thought I'd try and make an effort

247 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10135 14:47

I really hoped these MoFi One-Steps were just audiophile snakeoil, but this is easily the best record I've ever heard.

248 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 16:55

lord help me, i'm tempted to start e-stalking again

249 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 17:26

movies, videogames and anonymous forums will not make me less lonely

250 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 17:48

but they can make you less bored!

251 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 20:17

The Saber kopipe where she gets transported to some place and haves sex with some guys is what's on my mind.


252 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 20:17


253 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 21:45

doggon wrong thread

254 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 22:11

I hope that in a decade things like meme -oomer words will stop being used in serious articles

255 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 23:08

remember back when we all thought the internet would lead to an untold era of peace and cooperation and that technology would be used for good to make all our lives better?

256 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10135 23:23

they promised us star trek but we got shadowrun instead

257 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 01:00

I sometimes think about learning French but what would I use it for?

258 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 01:03

The national anthem of Benin Republic is really beautiful

259 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 06:06

>>257 watch wakfu and dofus on loop for several years

260 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 07:38

blessed and elephantpilled

261 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 07:51

If used for information and retrieving media, its incredible and beyond the wildest dreams of most of human history. Its both an incredible and terrible time to be alive.
There seems to be a growing distaste for social media anyway (both because of the content and the dystopian practices the companies running them partake in) and I hope it is just the growing pains of new technology getting integrated like the issues television caused when it first became widespread.

262 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 07:52

t. vin diesel

263 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 09:04

How do you pronounce てゐ (Tewi)?
1) Tooie
2) Tay-we
3) てい (faggot)
4) rabbit rabbit

264 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 09:26


>3) てい (faggot)

as one or two syllables? very important information

265 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 11:39

is it back?

266 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 11:47

te i
ゐ is ancient as hell, and seems to be pronounced exactly like い

267 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 12:15

You're no fun

268 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 12:16

correct pronunciation guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EUYBWhVkKg

vc: soy

269 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 12:27

love from the elitist superstructure
i hate perl so much it's unreal

270 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10136 14:09

Not gonna work today. It's my right.

271 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 17:14

It's really not fair that languages have cool archaicisms that have fallen out of use. Fuck it, pronounce it wi if you want. I like to pronounce the th in clothes to be a bit adventurous.

272 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 18:34

Tewi is a netori slut demon anyway

273 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10136 19:21

>>263 tay

274 Name: vc: chow : 1993-09-10137 03:19

Most Japanese pseudo-old-timey speak goes back 〜900 years at most (though usually 〜500 years). wi was lost earlier than that.
Unlike Western classicism, there isn't a movement in Asia to go "back" to old reconstructed pronunciations (disregarding how these are much less certain). Like, the best guesses at Old/Middle Chinese sound entirely alien just about anywhere, yet it's one of the most influential literary languages.

275 Name: vc: shrirthoze : 1993-09-10137 03:51

Virgin "everything in moderation" (Hesiod depicted as a hunched weakling surrounded by strawmen blurbs about hemlock and arsenic) vs. Chad "nothing in excess" (Apollo depicted as an laurel-wearing athlete who has "never even heard of too much sex")

276 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 04:09

thinking about bernie madoff's name
it's like calling a guy john sleptwiff

277 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 07:19

young adult with five digit monthly income be like "eat the rich"

278 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 07:22

he be like be like really do be like sis

279 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 07:37


280 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 08:23

Hey, you dropped this:
"This man"

281 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 11:24

binge ate again

282 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 13:51

the drehmal primordial minecraft map is pretty fun

283 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 17:49

i remember in highschool spanish class, asking my teacher why if "estar" usually refers to impermanent states, then why do we say "esta muerte"? and due to this being a secular public school she couldn't think of the obvious answer and just kind of went "idk lol"

284 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 17:54

latinate languages (except for fr*nch, the language of godless heathens) have the idea of the impermanence of death and eternal life in the kingdom of heaven cooked right into them! very cool.

285 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 22:39

Buzzfeed Tasty makes me just as anxious as HowToBasic.

286 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 23:44

>>283 the obvious answer being that the most common verbs in any language tend to be the most irregular, of course

287 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10137 23:58

as far as i can tell television still causes all of those same issues though (parasocial engagement, media addiction, biased and sensationalized news). in the cases where it doesn't it's because it's been supplanted by other more addictive things that cause the same problems even worse (online news is even more sensationalized, videogames and social media are even more addicting, social media is even more parasocial)

288 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 01:42

The one thing I dont understand about social media are "superchats". Are you THAT attention starved that you pay to make a comment to a streamer?

289 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 01:51

Well, uh, it's not so much recognition as acceptance that simps are seeking.

290 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 02:50

Rejected by the vtuber

291 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 02:53

bullying the vtuber by giving her money

292 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 03:45

Death is not the end

293 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 03:47

I'm a microwave american

294 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 07:14

Cocky people born after the year 2000 devitalize me from going on the internet.

295 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 07:27


296 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 08:59

>>288 It's weird, isn't it? Look at this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSOVWaDAyKI all these people throwing money at cartoon character actresses

297 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 15:22

To celebrate pride month, stick your eleventh finger in a dyke

298 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 16:55


> "estar" usually refers to impermanent states

This is an obnoxious way to think about the difference between "ser" and "estar" tbh. But I guess it's simpler than figuring out "ser" has an ontological dimension to it, like you're describing being itself, or something inherent to being, which I believe is a more accurate distinction.

299 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 18:41

lol, states. English has its own treatment of states that's totally normal for us but would be hard to explain to a foreigner. The difference between "I knew" (correct) and "I was knowing" (incorrect) is hard to explain when "I walked" and "I was walking" are both correct.

300 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10138 20:17

Miles Davis = Stone Cold Steve Austin
John Coltrane = The Rock

301 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 20:58

i think i need a den

302 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 21:15

would an iichan clone/successor even be possible in this day and age? (in the sense that it's better that there isn't one)

303 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10138 21:33

Comme des Garcons needs to make "Wonderwoof" next and it smells like dog and dog related scents.

304 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 21:39


>something inherent to being

in other words, a permanent state, an immutable characteristic of the person or thing in question, without which they would be something else entirely. it makes better sense when you frame it like this but that might be too complex for 9th graders.

sou humano - i am human, it is inherent to my existence, i will never not be a human, if i were some other animal it would change my inherent nature

estou morto - i am dead, but this is not an inherent characteristic of my existence, i used to be alive (and one day you'll join me)

305 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 22:15

Johnny B Badd more like Johnny B Gayy

306 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10138 22:37

unfortunately, most of the time i try translating japanese music in my head, it ends up being in the format of trying to explain it (in my imagination) to my high school counselor, who absolutely hated my guts

307 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 00:48

ds9 season 7 be like: noooooo you're not supposed to empathize with dukat, wtf stop it, writers quick, turn him into cartoon space hitler

308 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 00:58

bet you'd be stronger if you tore off those restrictive clothes(意味深い)

309 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10139 01:17

Looks like this post has become somewhat of an internet meme.

310 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 01:33

It's definitely possible, unless you're talking about their weird shared moderation thing.

All the way back in May 2013... That makes sense. That was Peak Tumblr before political mindrot stormed the internet.

311 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10139 02:32

I never used Tumblr, but I do remember around that time there was the Tumblr blog that was just screenshots of /dqn/ (and maybe SAoVQ) AA threads. I just saw a picture referring to that post today on Twitter with other related images in the replies.

312 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 04:13

Considering how anemic the imageboard userbase is these days I don't really see the point of it anymore.

313 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 07:50

Tonight's episode of "Where are they now?": Internet edgelords who said "we're overdue for a new plague."

314 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 07:58

ITT post your face
Here's mine: ( ´_ゝ`)

315 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 08:53

>>311 The comments and replies on a lot of those tumblr posts are entertainingly painful. I wonder how many new people came here from there.

316 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 09:04

emily still hasn't shown us some boobies...

317 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 09:10

The webring is a iichan successor in concept. Alas it's populated by the 8gag diaspora so it is its own realm of piss and autism.

318 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 09:18

i do wish i could do something about the occasional suicide discussion
but does this stem from genuinely wanting to help those people, or do i just feel bad over my own lack of ability?

319 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 11:01

We've been over this.
2 people came.
That's how we have 7 people instead of the old 5.

320 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 11:23

Men that are discussing suicide for reasons outside of methods usually dont really want to do it, so you probably do want to help

321 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 12:16

Absolutely nothing happened today in 1989

322 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 12:21

t-square gets a lot more amusing when you find out what most of the people there were actually protesting for

323 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 13:13

the good thing about vtubers is that their existence debunks the long standing myth that 2d purists are somehow above 3dpd thot worshippers (or as the lingo puts them, simps)

324 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 13:57

was fashion the reason why they were there?

325 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10139 14:17

A cicada has come in...

326 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 19:53


327 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 19:55

uh oh

328 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 21:52

i want to eat less meat again so i'm learning some indian cooking. using no-refrigeration low-tech foods like legumes and ghee is also appealing, but i'm fixated on pre-modern life in general so that might just be me.

after looking through a lot of crap recipes (and the other extreme, innovative recipes that implicitly assume knowledge of the basics of south asian cooking) i finally found a book i would recommend which is 660 curries by raghavan iyer. (the title is a lie; it is a general purpose indian cookbook including chutneys, sambars, etc and explicitly mentions which recipes are from which part of india)

does anyone here know other good south asian cookbooks?

329 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10139 23:18

A lot of 2D purists HATE vtubers! they are intensely controversial on imageboards where they are common.

330 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10139 23:35

The YouTube channel CookingInRussia (now rebranded as CookingInFinland) has a good video on making a red masala for different curry applications. He also has a few other vegetarian and pescatarian curry recipes. Those only make up a small part of his video library, but the depth he goes is what sets his channel apart from most other ones. There's a good amount of non-South Asian vegetarian recipes as well. He also has a book on vegetarian dishes, but if you don't really enjoy cooking I'd avoid it because it's very involved. Most recipes in it have 2 or more layers of component preparation before you can even start the actual dish.

331 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 03:40

covid neetbux finally arrived, this is the most money I've ever had

332 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 03:51

>>331 this was the case for like everyone under 40 that i know, its sad

333 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 03:53

you should make a shitcoin called "covid neetbux" and lose it all speculating on your own crypto

334 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 04:24

Not surprising, although in truth it's because I never managed to land a job (because I live like a monk, I'd have retirement kind of money by now).
This chapter having taken nearly half my life so far has been so depressing; I was working so damn hard to pump out job applications proving I'm a failure and for what? To help a giant corporation trample on people's liberties worldwide and get them more addicted to phones?
So I still don't know where my life is going, but I think my career will involve no more jobs.

335 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 04:39

take it to /personal/ lol

336 Name: w̴̒̾͆̄́̉͊͆̉̒̚ : 1993-09-10140 04:49


337 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10140 04:50

/personal/ is full of weird lonely people!

338 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 05:53

Everything about me is getting worse the older I grow, at my current trajectory I will be a fat worthless piece of human trash by the age of 40

339 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 06:03

Made $300 off ebay selling 3 old games. Makes me pretty cynical. I paid like $50 for the most expensive one.

340 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 09:25

If you want to, you can go over there and reduce the amount by one!

341 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 09:31

The thing about nu metal, neue deutsche harte, industrial metal and other 90s metal genres not deemed 'elite' by metal aficionados is that they're less metal and more synthpop and new wave, just with hard guitar riffs taking the place of hard synth stabs. Genuinely good synthpop and new wave at that. Catchy melodies, groovy grooves and interesting sounds permeate the songs of all the big bands in these genres. Had these genres been actual synthpop and new wave one could even excuse their corny lyrics.

342 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 12:06

I have always wanted to get into metal, but it genuinely made my head hurt whenever I try to listen to most things

343 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 13:00

>>342 What does it mean to you to "get into" metal, more than just enjoying metal songs?

344 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 13:42

The best metal band is either Babymetal or Megadeth

345 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 14:42

Stop Asian Hate feels like a parody of BLM.

346 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 14:50

All i know about babymetal is one of the members has a gigantic ass

347 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 15:58

>>346 I'm a fan of their music, but I didn't know that, I'll have to check it out

348 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 16:10

I listen to Death Metal, but I pretty much stick with Dethklok, even if they're a joke band because the music is actually pretty damn good.

I didn't know that, I never really shat on them, and instead gave them the benefit of the doubt when the normies started getting butt mad about their music as I am a fucking contrarian. Anyway, as a lover of ass, I must see this ass.

VC: shitter

349 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 16:46

my favorite heavy metal act is darude

vc: dudution

350 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 18:07

You know, explore the genres and lesser known bands, maybe learn the history a bit

351 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 18:45

Pragmatists go to Hell, and they fuck Satan in the asshole

352 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 19:13

4koma (pron. four-koma)

353 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10140 19:15

to the tune of Oye Como Va
Gai-jin four-koma

354 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 19:21

Culture is built by circlejerkers.

355 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 19:31

how much do you have to write for it to be considered hypergraphia?

356 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 21:33

ughghgh my notes from last summer are shit, they all need to be reworked

357 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 21:49

358 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 22:30

Don't call yourself a NEET if you never dropped out of high school and your life isn't dependant solely on your parents' well being.

359 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10140 23:55

Or if you want to, you can just call yourself a NEET if you're currently unemployed #NoMoreNEETGatekeepers

360 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 02:30

I propose the term "elite NEET" for those who have been NEETs since before the age of 18.

361 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 04:13

NEET genocide now

362 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10141 04:25

>Until 2011 it was carried by IKEA in stores around the world. In the 21st century, the Swedish smörgåskaviar market has fractured, with each supermarket chain promoting its own brand.

Damn. The Swedish smörgåskaviar market has fractured and we're just sitting around pretending like everything is alright.

363 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 06:31

neat neet needs neet

364 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 08:19

need neat teen neet

365 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 11:13

I'm just glad that the Lakers' run is over. I don't know about you, but I don't start seeing three of anything when I get poked in the eye.

366 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 11:14


367 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 13:42


368 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 14:29

TerasuMC is extremely overrated and has been dining far too long on his older shit.

369 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 15:22

NTR = No Thanks, Retard

370 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 15:28

My new years resolutions was to read more, both traditional books and comics, but interestingly enough, the more I read manga (mostly stuff set in the real world, and focusing on relationships, romantic and otherwise), the less I want to actually spend a lot of time on fiction. I feel like a schizoid just watching life rather than experiencing it whenever I read SoL things.

371 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 16:43

What's your fav Depeche Mode song dqn? mine's "Fly On the Windscreen"

372 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10141 22:16

Spilled some Comme des Garcons Blackpepper on my seating cushion. Not hating the effects on the room.

373 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10141 22:31

>>371 That's a good one! Tough question, they have so many great songs. When I saw them live, A Question Of Time was really cool, so I'll pick that one.

374 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 00:37

either enjoy the silence or precious

375 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 00:38

>>374 ah fuck, meant to reply to >>371 also

376 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 06:23

I'm fucking angry. I am unironically seething.

377 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 07:38

Woah, CZW is still alive

378 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 08:04

I have a shit load of archived books, comics, videos etc and backups. They constantly give me anxiety and I have a habit of buying SSDs to backup my archive but they eventually get filled with things of their own so I need to buy backups for the former backups.
And then the conflicting hearsay of how to properly take care of SSDs drives me insane!

379 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 08:50

>>374 Those are good ones too! Shake The Disease, Strangelove, Martyr, Condemnation, Walking In My Shoes, I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead, More Than A Party, these are some more of my favourites

380 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 11:43

( ´_ゝ`) feelio when no anime princess island gf...

381 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 12:04


>anime princess island

I havent heard that name in a while

382 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 18:05

theory: a serving of oysters contains about 1000% of the daily RDA of zinc, the purported aphrodisiac effects of oysters are because "becoming horny" is your body's attempt to force homeostasis and expel excess zinc to make room for the zinc from the oysters

383 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 18:06

recommended daily RDA
automatic ATM machine

384 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 22:11

should i buy a weighted aspie blanket from costco

385 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 22:37

would be really amusing to travel to the universe where i am somehow a triple-digit bodycount manwhore, and exchange experiences. would he feel better about his situation than i do about mine?

386 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10142 23:18

I find it really weird you're so fixated on this sex stuff

387 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10143 02:15

The mexican restaurant I went to today had such jacked up prices at first glance I thought the menu was in pesos

388 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10143 02:30

Saw a place earlier this week charging $3.50 per taco.

389 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10143 08:25

Might watch this movie Neet Election https://yts.yt/movies/neet-election-2015-720p today

390 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10143 13:53

This Cotija ain't bad, but it also ain't what the blurb suggested it'd be.

391 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10143 15:56

Saw a commercial for one of those fatties lose weight shows with some spherical kid saying "This could go really good or really bad."

I hope his heart explodes. Way to cover all the bases there, champ.

392 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10143 16:05

Google lists pornstars as famous alumni of universities? wtf?

393 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10143 16:31

That's the best colleges can do these days.

394 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10143 19:36

oh no, can you tell?

395 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10143 23:31

cute dqn boy to manhandle and grab by the cheeks and break his pelvis

396 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 04:53

pee pee

397 Name: Jigger The Nigger Disposer!K4TCHg/LPo : 1993-09-10144 09:03


398 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 10:22

sometimes two things are one, and other times one thing is actually two

399 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 10:46

When One Becomes Two Problems Can Arise: A Study in Duality

400 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 11:05

There is no worse sight than a converted white woman in a hijab

401 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 12:55

yes there is; middle aged white guy with a tiny chinese/SEA wife

402 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 13:48

>>400 I've been enjoying wearing a mask so much that I've been thinking about getting a burqa

403 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 17:47

I actually like how the keffiyeh looks tbh.

404 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 17:53

what the fuck they changed oreo o's, now they're kinda shitty.

405 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 18:31

>>402 same but a yarmulke

406 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 18:43

starting a touhou board with the only rule being that you have to be older than the touhou series

407 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10144 19:19

the chiptune schizo?

408 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10145 02:37

sigma balls

409 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10145 05:07

Phil Collins putting his old man face on his reissues was a cool thing no one ever really talks about.

410 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10145 10:12

Bassed and hymnpilled

411 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10145 17:32

why do tehy call it the xbox one? because when u see it u turn 1 degree and walk away

412 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10145 19:27

masturbatory maneuvers in the dark

413 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10145 23:52

a flock of wankers

414 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10146 01:42

my kitchen has like 30 camsquares in it now and they're beautiful

415 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10146 03:08

spike the kike impaler

416 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10146 05:18

Joel is precious

417 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10146 09:10

cursed with the knowledge that the "thinking" emoji had a rage comic face in the proposal

418 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10146 09:28

Basedboosted and moominpilled

419 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10146 10:42

What the FUCK

420 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10146 15:22


421 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10146 18:25

New pair of zori. 2 weeks of horrible agony then rewarded with unparalleled walking.

422 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10146 18:58

I wonder for how long dead peoples' clients will remain connected to freenode.

423 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10146 22:23

these fucking comic book collectors i swear to god

i just wanna read a physical copy of a comic from the late 90s, why is it shit expensive

it's been published 3 times in paperback and once in hardcover too and yet they all have one volume that's twice the price of all the others

this is intentional, right? the publishers must intentionally do short runs of the penultimate volume so that they can keep making money off new print runs

somebody who does comics tell me if i'm just being paranoid

424 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10146 23:14

I dont wanna jinx it... but

425 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 00:28

I think its just more likely that less people have the full set because they stopped buying after a certain volume or so. Its the same with multi volume VHS tapes, the earliest ones are cheap and the later volumes are harder to find. Volumes aren't actually a good format to release media through because only a minority will collect all the way through the complete set. People who come around when the later volumes are coming out who don't own any of the previous ones won't buy it, and people who bought like 4 volumes of some series probably missed or passed by the opportunity to finish the set. But it is a cool format to collect though.

426 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 00:33

I just moved, and when I got a new IP address from the ISP and went to wikipedia for the first time, I had an unread warning. Apparently, 9 years ago, whoever had this IP made one edit: vandalizing the page for one of the Dirty Harry films. The really strange thing is that the message has sat, unacknowledged, in wikipedia's queue for this IP for almost a decade.

427 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10147 02:06

The way TH2 are booked reminds me of Reptile and Baraka from the Mortal Kombat games.

428 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 03:15

coom in da woom make dat baby bloom

429 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 03:18

Harriet tubgirl

430 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 06:22

niggers galore

431 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 08:41

I now realize I have deep knowledge of IMAP

432 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 09:35

the brap youkai

433 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 09:53

>>427 ...Tony Hawk's 2?

434 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 13:20

>433 Team Harlot 2

435 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 14:31

does masturbation count as stimming?

436 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10147 18:56

These strings of 16th notes are so frustrating to hit. I think I'm gonna...I think I'm gonna...SCREAM!

The Hybrid 2

437 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 20:49

438 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 21:10

i skip all the sex scenes in custom order maid and just play it like a management sim

439 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 22:23

Hideki's cool. Why use 4 beats when you can get by with 32?

440 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 22:54

management sim nerd here, so is it any good as a management sim??

441 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 23:09

the fact that computers haven't really gotten faster since 2009 makes the fact that kde is still buggy as hell even sadder (i don't think it's the devs' faults or anything, i'm pretty sure it's just that the project isn't really funded anymore, but it's still sad)

442 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10147 23:37

The fact the fact

443 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10148 00:31

I wish I could fix bugs

444 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10148 08:07

I wish Michael Foucault was alive right now so he would shit on the commercialization of trannies and fight for my legal right to have anal sex with fourteen year old boys

445 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10148 10:31

NAMBLER is our word (ry

446 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10148 11:39

need smol mommy(male) gf who makes me carry him around the house and gives me headpats

447 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10148 12:45


448 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10148 14:07

Doompida doompa rimpas doo lan dippitydappy doon la rimp paddy roon kan rippitiss toop kan tip landoo. Yatataa barri landis laba dey an doo lan dey an do. Yam barri badaba dey azdu laba daba daba doo ya sdeylando. Di las di las dey aroo badaba dakka dakka dakka dakka doo yadoo. Ba doopy doopy doopy doopy dey adoo, badabadeeb las deeb lan dey ado.

449 Name: Bubba : 1993-09-10148 15:38

Gay sex at park

450 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10148 16:26

that's contradictory

451 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10148 20:06

I am unsure about getting the new Pokemon. I liked SwSh but it was a pretty flawed game, I am anxious about what could happen to the beloved Sinnoh region.

452 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10148 20:41

I filled my Pokédex in Ultra Moon and was tempted to get a Switch for the new ones, but apparently they don't have all the Pokémon in them?

454 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10148 22:15

Central Africa/East Africa mystify me. They never go online and talk

455 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 00:04


456 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 00:31

Naomi Fox has great tits

457 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 03:51

I miss liking Pokémon. Which was first generation era.
I gave some of the newer ones a try over the years, and they're better games in many respects, but I tired of them astonishingly quickly.
I don't know if that's a Pokémon thing or an RPG in general thing or a depression thing, though.

458 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 04:09

Most people who aren't hardcore fans feel this way. Pokemon is a strange mix of easy simple casual RPG and a grind RPG, so unless you love the series and the world most people play through it once or twice and put it down.

459 Name: The CEO of Failure : 1993-09-10149 07:55

I literally cannot stop failing.

460 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 08:01

  • Finished my Pokédex in Red including Mew
  • Caught 248 in Silver then accidentally deleted my save trying to reset the game clock
  • Almost finished Pinball
  • Almost finished Pinball Ruby&Sapphire
  • Finished Pokémon TCG on GBC except for one of the phantom cards
  • Completed Pokédex in Y
  • Completed Pokédex in Alpha Sapphire
  • Completed Pokédex in Ultra Moon

Despite all that, I don't consider myself a Pokémon Master, I'm not into labels

461 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 11:54

I don't care about pokemon, but a friend showed me new pokemon snap at the weekend. It looks cool, a lot more interesting to me than any of the rpgs, even though it's on rails. not sure why since I don't mind other jrpgs like smt, mother, ff, etc.

some of this discussion might be relevant in /games/!! but by all means keep posting here - not trying to shut down discussion (´・ω・`)

462 Name: ( ⌒-⌒) : 1993-09-10149 12:49

>>461 I just wanted to brag, not actually have a discussion about it

463 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 16:31

Cryptocurrency minging

464 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 18:21

how about an invisible man reboot but instead of an invisible man, it's an invisible ultra-smart mutant albino gorilla. this amazing idea came to me in a dream

465 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 18:47

miss listening to relaxing japanese music on plane rides

466 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 22:38

i think pokemon is partly just terribly paced as an RPG. once your party gets its average level past 35 or so, it rapidly starts to feel like there is no point to continuing. your pokeymans aren't going to evolve anymore or learn any more interesting moves, so there's no point in training the ones you have (except to move the "plot" along, inasmuch as there is one, and continue to play coupon collector)

similarly, wild ones mostly aren't worth catching at that point because you'll then have to grind them for 20+ levels before they're useful, at which point there is again nothing interesting to do with them

the reason pokemon blue and red worked was because the elite 4 was beatable with level 40-45s or so and not a ridiculous number of items. so you have to grind a bit to finish the game but not too bad, and the goal feels just-out-of-reach for most of that grinding, so it's motivating. but the new games, they just basically repeat the red/blue formula and then tack on a bunch of levels AFTER that, to where you're hauling around a party of level 70s and trying to beat the new elite 4 in region #2, or chase down the latest iteration of suicune or something (and legendary pokeymans are the least cute / interesting pokeymans, give me a new eevee evolution or a fire-breathing ratata or something instead of that)

basing this on blue, silver/crystal, firered (which i have played personally) and what i have seen of my friends playing sapphire i think it was

i played firered about two years ago and after playing it and i sat down and thought about it and i think the best part of the game is when you're in the forest before the rock gym trying to catch pikachu. levels and new moves are coming quick on all your pokeymans (you can have a butterfree pretty soon if you want, that opens psychic type moves!), and you know having a pikachu isn't going to pay off right away because of the rock gym, but it's exciting because you obviously want to catch pikachu and you know it'll be fun to use it on misty. the play quality is a bit less after that but remains interesting through the team rocket / sylph city arc, then it starts to drop off pretty quickly, levels are further apart, you already have most of the moves you need and the new moves (e.g. psychic) are basically the same as the old moves (confusion) that you already have, just more powerful

467 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 23:18

did i fucking hallucinate that tweet with the come and see characters in the space jam cast

468 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10149 23:24

the illuminati are trying to bring the concorde back, doing sonic boom tests over kansas (including right over wichita so that they can run tests at a university there, the professors really sold that city out)

back in like the 70s they did these same sonic boom tests over oklahoma, so i don't really expect it to go different, either way the concorde is not really "for me" and won't affect my life (unless my window is broken by it) because it'll always be 4x the price of a normal plane ticket

but anyway: gives new meaning to the term "flyover states"

469 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 03:25

pokemon isnt fun anymore because we're not 11 years old anymore, you're not supposed to think about any of that nerd meta shit you're supposed to be 11 years old and go woww!! cool i love going on adventures with my pokemon!

470 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 05:41

i thought it was illegal to break the sound barrier unless it was done overseas

471 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 05:51

Do kids still play pokemon? Pretty sure they're all playing fortnite and stealing their parents' credit card to buy exclusive ricking morty tie-in virtual merch.

472 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 05:56

Music sounds samey to me

473 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 05:57

More kids than ever if the sales are any indication

474 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 06:03

No, nevermind. I just had two very similar albums

475 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 06:50

Razoul takes his job pretty serious

476 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 09:15

i wish the giant shark plushie wasnt a tranny thing bc they're cute

477 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 11:14

that could also mean that the people who grew with pokemon have greater disposable income than they did before. who do you think pokemon trading card scalpers are selling their shit to, children with a little allowance money? or jaded millenials with stable jobs?

478 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 12:12


479 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 12:58

>>477 I would guess neither?

480 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 18:12

I genuinely don't think kids today will grow up in the same media environment that made pokemon a thing 20 years ago. The novelty of trading games between physical cartridges is no longer novel, every game has wifi support nowadays, and kids have more impressive interactive games than pokemon. It also was a product of the 90s when trading cards were still a thing, and nowadays nobody really cares about that stuff.

Plus it's just way too hard to catch them all if you're 20 years late to the game.

481 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 18:30

I have nothing against transpeople, but you should expect that any 2D thing that becomes a trend/meme in the west will end up as a trinket to trannies. Thats just how it is these days

482 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 19:47

i think i figured it out

483 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 20:47

Pokemon is one of if not the most lucrative franchises on earth. Kids HAVE to be into it.

484 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 21:36

>>470 for now, yes, but soon they'll be doing tests in Kansas by 2024.

And it's only illegal for civilians; I'm sure they've been doing it with military planes at the NTTR this whole time.

That NASA plane in the article is probably just a military plane if i had to guess so that part isn't so different, and the startups might run out of "runway" before they have a prototype, but the key difference I see is that there's nothing in area 51, whereas in wichita there are definitely people. So i think they wanna scrap that rule, yeah.

Will they, i dunno. I'm pretty sure the illuminati have been butthurt and wanting to do overland sonic booms for a long time (hence the Oklahomo City tests mentioned previously https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oklahoma_City_sonic_boom_tests ). I do kinda think it might just be that these planes are too impractical to work.

485 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 21:59

They say Japan is only fun for kids, drunks, and foreigners, but I guess they were subsuming old people and gangsters into those categories.

486 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10150 23:13

Kimono dragon

487 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10150 23:18

I'm afraid dumb shit I did when I was young will come back to haunt me

488 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 00:00

So Japan is only fun for people with little-to-no responibilities?

489 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 01:17

Die Schlümpfe lol

490 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 01:32

/lgbt/ archive says you're talking about a "Blahaj", but does anyone else actually think this? If someone were to walk into your room for whatever reason would they actually get scared of you being a tranny or something for seeing that? I don't really get it.

491 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 04:45

Is the Bogandov thing a meme or a legitimately believed theories

492 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 08:07

As the Chinese crypto joke goes, “When the price goes up, it’s blockchain revolution; When the price goes down, it’s a ponzi.” The Bogs would be the metaphorical Charles Ponzi.
It's a joke that someone is out to ruin your speculative activities in volatile markets, and it would help your feelings if that conspiracy was headed by alien-looking freaks with an intelligence far beyond yours and whims that center around your despair.
(Most of) the people who make these jokes understand that what they do is an incredible financial risk, and that among sane people, only those with significant capital to absorb losses really should be playing... just, there's nothing to stop these Internet guys with not much to lose from wanting to strike it big.

493 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 09:37

it's never too late to make amends

494 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 09:57

my feet stink

495 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 11:38

>>493 Sometimes it is... can't go back in time and NOT fuck those kids

496 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 21:28

Sometimes you want to make amends and the other person wants to hold a vendetta. There's nothing you can do. Sometimes you never get a resolution.

497 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10151 21:53

A bunch of the comments section for videos by one of the members of Loituma (group that did the song used in Leekspin) are people posting jokey, memey, or otherwise slang filled comments and her responding in confusion asking what they mean with the original commenter explaining it to her.

498 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10151 22:14

I hate that everything has to be memey

499 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 01:44

Loaded AD&D die that lead to more critical strikes.

500 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 04:37

There's probably a pinpointable timeframe to buy a dip after a company takes a PR hit but you know they're not going anywhere.
There's probably someone who makes a killing off it.

501 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 05:08

is this about ronaldinho refusing coca cola for water

vc: lickall

502 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 05:26

pogba did it too and now its gonna become a dumb trend watch

503 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 08:51

>>502 I've been refusing coke for years, I'm always ahead of the trend. One day I wear a sarong, the next week David Beckham is on the front page of the newspapers for wearing a sarong

504 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 14:18

then and now: basic needs as advertisement for capitalism
now and then: basic needs as activism against capitalism

505 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 18:20

these motherfuckers online saying you need an SSD for everything

if it's not a laptop a HDD with the spinning metal plates is FINE, good lord

506 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 19:30

it's raining+thundering outside, and i'm sitting inside and playing townscaper
i hope i will remember this moment for years to come

507 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 19:43

Lowercaseposters are starting to blend together to me

508 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 20:22

Does anyone know the name of the old IOSYS song about NEETs (it's not Touhou related afaik)

My MP3 of it has no tags but is named "20050615-IOSYS-neet_pre.mp3" if that helps

509 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 20:34

Uploading it might help even more!

510 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 21:29


A quick google search seems to reveal it as "ニートのうた"

511 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 21:43


512 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10152 21:44

Still looking for those 嫁 404 Not Found lyrics...

513 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 01:45

are the ones online not to your satisfaction? can I help?

514 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10153 02:28

I miss John Fahey like you wouldn't believe

515 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 06:14

i had heard that you can dry and smoke clover flower petals as an "herbal substitute for tobacco"so i tried it. i used a pipe meant for tobacco and didnt inhale, just held the smoke in my mouth and tasted it like you would pipe tobacco.

verdict: it tasted pretty good, light and sweet and floral like you might expect. no psychotropic effects, no lingering burning sensation in my mouth or on my tongue like with tobacco, satisfied my desire to stim orally w/o leaving me mentally incapacitated or giving me cancer, made my room smell nice.

516 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 06:22

>>515 they also make a tasty tea with much the same flavor profile. cool plant, make sure you dont get it from somewhere where they spray round-up or w/e on the grass though.

517 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 06:28

>>507 that's because we are slowly converging into a single entity
join us..................

518 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 06:29

you will remove the shift key from your keyboard. resistance is futile.

519 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 07:39

No hurting core rule is a clever way to ban cheese on a cheese site. Nudity barely counts as porn anyway. Blowjobs kind of count, but they are so gay anyway.

520 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 07:55

You even knowing what that is is very suspicious

521 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 11:42

why are so many example sentences on portuguese wiktionary from harry potter

522 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 13:03

is sonderzug nach pankow denpa?

523 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10153 17:52


524 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 18:32

Multiple days in a row now Wikipedia's "did you know?" section has bits about Chinese pornographic novels.

525 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 21:44

Ah, that's why I hated using laptops.

526 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10153 23:17

I am such a piece of shit.

527 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 00:29

are you a girl
can you orgasm?

528 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 02:18

Girls can orgasm?

529 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 02:47

they cannot, it's just a myth spread by kama sutra worshipping hippies

530 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 02:52

pretty confident that that shit will definitely give u cancer just like tobacco will bro

531 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 05:00

I was shocked at how bad the northern irish riots were

532 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 07:20

>>530 true but it was mainly a proof of concept thing, i plan on making tea with the rest of what i gathered

533 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 07:49

I like Julia Hart

534 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 11:17

SICP: Shaggy 2 Dope of Insane Clown Posse, to whom scientists owe many apologies

535 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 12:46

Yes, you are!

536 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 12:55

You have no idea how much I hate you.

537 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 13:53

the groundwork of my computer cleanup is finally done... now comes the actual bulk of the work, which is going to be about tidying up and harmonizing all the minute collections i have

538 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10154 13:55

She's cute

539 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10154 16:09

I'm cuter...

540 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10155 04:46

>>541 is the cutest

541 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10155 05:26

I feel like a vengeful spirit envy of the living, despite being technically alive.

542 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10155 08:42


543 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10155 09:34

Cute that shit out!

544 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10155 10:19

Thank you to whoever added additional descriptive tags on my uploads

545 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10155 11:04

no, i'm the

546 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10155 11:08

sorry that post formatting was lame i'm running out of ideas 。・゚・(*ノД^*)・゚・。

547 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10155 15:03

I just caught myself dancing to silence, looking at a picture of Andy Warhol, thinking about him, that's a pretty weird thing to do

548 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10155 17:16

all boys just want to dig a hole in their back yard and squat in it

549 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10155 23:57

>>548 i have idly contemplated buying an old house in the center of a city i know and digging an illegal well. the aquifer is apparently super shallow at the low points of the valley (where the old downtown is), like you don't even need to go ten feet down.

so if by "squat in it" you mean "imagine taking a bath in my homemade backyard well", then yes i am GUILTY

550 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 06:29

Liquid fasting makes all solid food taste amazing

551 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 08:36

It feels like /img/ goes in cycles of cancer and remission

552 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 09:06

You mean, cycles of activity and inactivity?

553 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 09:29

and like it, eventually the cancer overtakes the host and kills it

554 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 09:49

You're welcome to make better posts if you don't like what others are posting...

555 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 09:59

No I'm not! Trips confirm!

556 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 13:58

imagining a white nationalist hotep-satanist who believes in all the nation of islam stuff except they worship yakub for creating white people

557 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 14:04

NOI white allyship exists in the church of scientology

558 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 17:21

>>554 Easier said than done. Cancer posts get bumped a lot more by the cancer people.

559 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 19:04

>>558 No, it is very easy, Which posts do you think are cancer posts? It is so quiet, it doesn't matter if shit threads get bumped. If you have something worth saying in a good thread then say it, If it dies then maybe it wasn't that good a thought. Sometimes I deliberately bump shitty threads because I know some dork's getting upset about it 😋😆

560 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 19:15

Maybe it's better this way.

561 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10156 20:35

Better than I fear, worse than I hope.

562 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10156 21:00

Based out of JACKSONville. Two of the EVPs have the surname JACKSON. Hmmm.

563 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10157 03:27

Italy winning the euros good bet or just media hype? Im a gambler not a fan

564 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10157 03:44

don't know what kind of stance he would have on trans people, but he definitely would defend your right to watch loli hentai. same with derrida. same with most french people really.

565 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10157 04:36

Every day we get further to the funko pop movie

566 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10157 05:25

there was already a bobblehead movie that looked like it wanted to be a funko pop movie instead

567 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10157 07:06

Hedge against inflation? My balls.

568 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10157 07:12

Inflation porn to the moon

569 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10157 09:26


570 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10157 12:13

>>569 it means your soul still isn't dead

571 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10157 21:30

People are such babies about England in football.

572 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10158 03:21

No matter how expensive my stereo gets, I will never become an audiophile

573 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 04:02

Now I want to fuck >>572's stereo, because he clearly ain't using it

574 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 05:28

You will never be an audio file

575 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 06:37

Some people just can't hear the difference

576 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 07:54

>>574 I'm a .ogg - . OG GANGSTA

577 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 08:18

Reading about North Korea is so bizarre these days. A lot of information is conflicting about it to the point where I wonder if journalists just make up shit about the country.
A lot of articles are highly critical, but there's also a lot of implication that he is doing a better job than his father, which is true considering that he has been openly demanding towards his own administration and his subordinates. A lot of people point towards the "cultural revolution" and tourism in the DPRK towards a larger philosophical change but knowing communists many of these things are probably just photo-ops for journalists, especially since many of the publications cited are Chinese.
Regardless, if these articles are true, North Korea sounds more like a closed Bhutan than the military state it used to be reported as.
I don't know, the truth about a closed country is probably somewhere in the middle, like most things.

578 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 08:27

Also, I find the daily life of North Koreans more interesting than the communist philosophy or government affairs that a lot of journalists and documentary programs focus on

579 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 09:50


  • Lil Uzigglyzaggly

580 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 09:55

Gaming has made people lose all cost-effectiveness when it comes to computing.

581 Name: vc: frucking : 1993-09-10158 11:09

My phone broke, and it's weird just walking around the house without constant entertainment, communication, news etc. It feels a bit empty honestly

582 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 12:40

Consider that defection to South Korea or elsewhere has dropped dramatically since Un took power

583 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10158 13:47

Watch out or you'll burn your dick on the tubes.

I can hear it, I just don't care at this stage anymore. Once the point of having to sit down and listen very carefully A/B test several times to notice differences is passed, I don't see a point in fretting when that's not the natural way to listen to music. It's hard to discern any differences outside of an A/B testing environment unless you make a significant jump in price range past the 4 figures per component level. Just pick something that highlights your preferred characteristics and be happy or wait till you have a whole lot more money. Agonizing over inconsequential details is the part of "audiophilia" that I don't get.

584 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 14:03

I have a decent collection of lossless music, but I probably destroy it because I listen to it on Bluetooth headphones.
It's just so much more convenient than carrying around an amp and a dac and all that

585 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 15:00

Wikipedia has articles on things so granular like "Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the meat industry in Canada" that I wonder if articles are made to be clicked through after reading one ala TVTropes

586 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 17:05

what's worse
TCM or Gone Home

587 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 18:31

You are beset by an angry armoured marmalade! What do you do?

588 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 19:54

rip john mcafee. may he forever party hard on epstein's new island in hell

589 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 21:45


>I wonder if journalists just make up shit about the country.

they absolutely do, about this and pretty much any other topic where there isn't an imminent risk of being sued for libel. journalism is ugly business.

590 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 21:48

well i don't know what gone home is but TCM accounts for about 90% of the worst 10% of things i have ever tasted, which includes all the things i ate back in high school as a bet (e.g. grass) and back in college in the quest to get high (e.g. syrian rue)

591 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10158 22:11

Pretty sure the story about North Koreans smoking mad weed every day is true

592 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 01:15

The book "North Korea Another Country" does a pretty good job at telling a more unbiased look at North korea and its history, I'd recommend it.

593 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 07:50

Speaking of poor journalism, I like how the sun yoyos between being National Enquirer tabloid semi-fiction and legitimate news

594 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 08:22

Muhammad could have prevented so much sectarian conflict if he just wrote a fucking will

595 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 11:49


>same with most french people really

It feels like since the social media age started the anglophone and francophone world seem to have drifted very far apart. Maybe we both just gave up because generally the two cultures won't agree on a lot.

596 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 12:22

maybe south korea would stop being bitches if they were a fully united juche korea
but all they can do is bitch about the rising sun flag and make their suicide rate go up

597 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 13:06

Muhammad didn't even know how to write.

598 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 13:08

North Korea doesn't even do juche anymore, especially not now with Jong-Un in power

599 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 13:14

In fact, Juche seemed like an odd option to jump to after Marxism-Leninism, especially with how much statehood is emphasized. It seems like Nazbol but serious

600 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 19:01

Maybe buying another dildo will make me happy.

601 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10159 19:32

Dicks out for George Floyd

602 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 19:47

I don't really get the bitch vibe from them. I know a family and they come off very materialistic and status-seeking but they don't whine. I know them and Japan have very tenuous relations but from what I have read from Japanese textboards and imageboards they raid themselves regarding this because mentioning Koreans especially in relation to Japan is a good way to rile up and derail a thread

603 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 20:19

How many times must Japan apologize for crimes 100 years ago?

604 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 21:14

The Koreans don’t deny they have apologized, but they claim the Japanese understate the extent of their crimes.
Online though, I imagine most of the time it's bait or hyperbole.

605 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 21:37

japs = russians
koreans = khokhols

606 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 21:53

china = poland

607 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10159 22:18

slav subhuman desperately wants japanese to be like him

608 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 00:56

sous beats - lo fi hip hop to cook steak to

609 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 02:55

アメ公 = пиндос

610 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 08:01

I am sick of rap. I hope another genre of music gets popular in the '20s, when the decade really kicks off

611 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 10:14

>>610 I don't get it, there are frillions of songs you can listen to any time you like now, and there is all kinds of new music being made daily - who's forcing hip hop on you?

612 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 12:35

I agree with most of this, and I don’t even particularly dislike the music. It just has dominated my local festivals for so long now that if I’m in the mood for live music I may go listen to nobodies performing a club or something

613 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 12:49

Music is the shittiest artform.

614 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 14:26

I thought dqn was on a crusade against paintings

615 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 15:08

Fuck paintings

616 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 15:45

( ˃ ヮ˂) Paintings are cool!

617 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 16:06

Whites are the spergiest race
Blacks are the whiniest and most childish race
Asians are the most (non Asperger's) autistic race
Mexicans are

618 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 16:22

when you wake up you're nice and relaxed and you have that calm energy, then you take caffeine and all that goes away. what's the point?

619 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 16:36

Latino people are the most obsessed with posting images of the simpsons smoking weed

620 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 17:10

I'm having trouble motivating myself to jack off, could someone please encourage me

621 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 18:00

People who drink caffeine like that, usually have urgent things to do first thing in the morning or don't sleep enough

622 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 22:53

>>618 There's plenty of time for calm energy in my grave, I like to live at 100mph

623 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10160 23:10

I don't know what you're talking about. I feel dead and barely alive when I wake up.

624 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 00:02

pop music is the shittiest art form

classical music ok, primitive music good, paintings >>>>>>> pop music

625 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 00:29

kpop is what american culture will look like by the end of biden's term

626 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 00:42

kpop more like kpoop

627 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 02:11

Everyone is always kpop this kpop that. I don't get the hype or controversy, isn't it just softcore porn because regular porn is illegal there for some reason

628 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10161 04:27

Clonepa: Crapass

629 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 09:19

>>624 I disagree, well-crafted pop music can be transcendental

630 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 17:06

you're right, honestly, it's fine. what i should have poured my derision onto was poetry

that being said, i get phases where i love pop music, and then i get phases where i find it completely unlistenable. i'm in one of the latter right now.

631 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 17:07

currently thinking about a certain photo of alex jones (welsh presenter)

632 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 17:21

>>630 Take all your derision and turn it into something positive

633 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 17:43

How come textboards always break when holidays start, and then the owner is away for two months because she's french or some shit? It's Kyon-kun's Denwa all the fuck over again.

634 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 18:59


635 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 19:16

Which place is this about? Don't think I know any boards ran by french females.

636 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 19:17

Finally finished a book. Seemed like a happy end, but then main heroine died in epilogue in the most painful way imaginable. Ballsy as fuck, but I have a terrible aftertaste right now.

637 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 19:33

It's not ballsy. "I want to write a book where the bad guy wins/the MC dies" is the most basic new author stuff that people don't know how to do correctly.

638 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 19:46

The one that goes Unmatched [ in regex; marked by <-- HERE in m/[ <-- HERE URL=/ at common.pm line 212, <$read> line 3. because lol continuous deployment ;3

639 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 19:49

Curiously, "bad guy" died 3 months before that event. He planned well enough and she was stupid enough to go right into the trap long after he was dead. She was practically begging to be killed for the entire book just for a cheap thrill, but her luck dept finally catching up to her in the end caught me by surprise. It's so fucking rare for me, I'm both very angry and impressed.

640 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 20:48

her titties in the red dress?

641 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10161 21:44


642 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 05:02

man, i feel bad for people who share a birthday with american homosexuality day

643 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 07:27

alternative universe in which tarzan boy is the meme anthem instead of africa by toto

644 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 07:48

There's a holiday for GNAA??

645 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 09:03

>>643 Baltimora is pædophile text slang for "I'm running at them now with my trousers down".

646 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 10:07

Pædophile has æ in it
æ is the logo for encyclopedia dramatica

647 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 10:12

using a laptop is killer on my posture

648 Name: Mr. Fancypants : 1993-09-10162 10:59

>>646 Encyclopedia is the American English spelling for Encyclopædia. It's also in “Encyclopædia Britannica”. “Encyclopaedia” is also acceptable, but Mac users can press alt+' for æ

649 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 11:27

Interestingly, I think typewriters and especially telegraphs are why a lot of ligature usage has been dropped from American English.

650 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 11:29

all the popular kids are like Æ but I'm doing my own thing with Œ

651 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 12:34

Broke: SPL
Woke: MLS

652 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 15:54

I wonder if people fear robots becoming sentient/self-aware and then uprising against us because they read too much science fiction

653 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 16:37

you might be onto something. let me support your point with science fiction. it seems like that old stanislaw lem concept, you know, if a real alien appeared we wouldn't be able to communicate with it and it might not give a shit about us. the same could reasonably be predicted for AI.

654 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 16:41

>>643 and Gay Fuel took the meme energy drink spot?

655 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 20:17

cooking is frustrating because, like sleep, it's something i will do a lot in my life, nearly every day, so it's worth getting things set up right to do it well. i have a nice mattress and a vitamix.

the frustrating part is that, unlike sleep, there are millions of skilled cooking professionals who do it even more often than i will ever, and consequently i will never be "good" at it. quilting? do it for an hour or two every day, including some reading about techniques, and you'll get good at it, guaranteed. math, or writing? same thing. but not cooking.

the only other thing i can think of that's like this is learning a foreign language. but cooking is obviously more useful than that.

656 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 20:24

The grass is always greener, there will always be a 5yo asian kid who does it better than you, etc. Even though I don't think of myself as a good cook, my friends all seem to like what I make.
As usual, the answer is "more onions".

657 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 20:25

And garlic!

658 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 20:43

When in doubt, drown the food in ketchup.

659 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 21:04

I will hunt you down

660 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10162 21:19

You only need a few years of cooking as a serious hobby to make better food than the majority of restaurants out there. In fact the majority of restaurants aren't really very good. You'll notice the compromises, flaws, and inadequacies as you cook more and more. While you won't have the same volume of practice and as sharp a skill set as professionals, there are a lot of advantages you'll have when cooking too. The amount of thought and care you can put into a dish can reasonably exceed anything done outside of the top few tiers of restaurants. You have more versatility in what you do. You have no expectations to worry about meeting, no limits on the type/theme of food you're making, no worries about the business aspects of developing/making a dish, etc.

As long as you're making things that challenge you instead of just picking something from Allrecipes or the Food Network or something, you're going to notice really quick progress. Library book sales always seem to have a culinary arts textbook for a dollar. You'll learn a lot from those even if they do tend to be Eurocentric. Cookbooks from famous well-regarded restaurants are also a pretty good resource. You'll see a lot of interesting things that you otherwise wouldn't see. The French Laundry Cookbook is really easy to find for dirt cheap and it's a cookbook that's actually very accessible once you know your way around the basics. The Fat Duck cookbook is on the opposite side of the spectrum. You'll likely never make a single dish out of it, but reading through it can give a lot of ideas and a different view of ingredients and components. The Noma Guide to Fermentation is a good read if you're at all interested in fermentation (and Koji Alchemy if you want to delve a bit deeper into using koji). Though you'd probably want to go with something Art of Fermentation by Katz as a primer, but it's really not necessary. All these books and a lot more are on libgen. The more you make different dishes the more you'll notice patterns that. The more you make dishes that challenge you or do something that you're unfamiliar with the more you'll pick up new tools. The more you pick up the better you can improvise on your own. Every once in a while I look back at something I made and think how only a year previous I wouldn't have imagined doing something like that.

tl:dr: You can pretty much disregard all that since it isn't a competition anyway. No reason to worry about how you stack up to other people as long as you're getting a sense of satisfaction from your progress and whatever you produce. I'll never be an elite cook, and I'm ok with that. Or even a moderately competent musician, but I still like to play my instrument a few hours a week.

661 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 22:38

I watched a snippet of the iCarly reboot and apparently iCarly's caretaker/tutor figure accidentally hires a prostitute to another character through an app. Upon hearing this, iCarly remarks that "this is how my friend Anna paid for law school". Oh yeah, Dan Schneider is an external consultant for this show.

662 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 23:11

What do you think of the joy of cooking

663 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10162 23:50

Is there any feet yet

664 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10162 23:53

I have an old 1975 edition I bought at a book sale many years ago. Not sure what the latest edition is like, so I don't really know how a new edition compares to the one I know. Since mine is the 1975 edition, there's some "outdated" stuff for today's audience since tastes and how we view food has changed drastically. There are lot of recipes for molded salads for an obvious example. But if the newer ones are similar to the one I have, it's full of tons and tons of solid info on a lot of different topics even if the recipes are a bit basic. I haven't opened it in years, so I flipped through to refresh my memory and there's actually a lot more in here than I remembered. I opened to a random page and it tells you how to skin and clean a squirrel. Another tells you how to make maple syrup from scratch by tapping a tree. I'm sure if I sit down and read through it all I'll learn some stuff I didn't know before.

665 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 03:08

If it makes you feel any better, I am also not very good at anything I do regularly, and I don't even have any tips for coping with it.
My latest confirmation of this is that after practicing FPS aim almost every day since 2019, I just got a copy of KovaaK, where all my scores are legit 1-10%ile on every challenge. Like sure the top scores might be a self-selecting group of showoffs, but damn.
Still, you can specialize in a kind of cuisine you like and be the local/family "expert". Sometimes, expertise is just about being the person who bothers and is available, not absolute terms.

Books on cooking technique are surprisingly rare. The info is all out there on the Internet now, if you weren't fortunate enough to have someone teach you any (you could drop some money on night classes...), but a thorough listing of techniques is still a good thing to have.

666 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 03:15

I will hunt you down and I will kiss you. You will never feel sad in this town again. Trust me, I can turn people loved-up and I can turn you into a happy little puddle, if you weren't one already.

667 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 06:39

tired of west coast and european mfers who keep moving streamers to stream during my work hours

668 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 07:35

Fuck the kiwiniggers

669 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 07:44

you should be thanking them, for helping you curb your livestream addiction

670 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 08:22


671 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 10:48


672 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 14:18

Couple of typos on https://4-ch.net/guide/view/history

>It's sucess is attributed to it's early start in the social adoption of the Internet

673 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 16:36

virgin near vs chad yanderedev

674 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 17:06

I like the feeling of wet clay on my skin until it turns m hands raisin-like and the dirt seeps across the moisture gradient into my dermis.

675 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 18:32

She is lying to me but I'm too afraid to call her out.

676 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 18:50

It made me slightly nostalgic seeing there are people who freak about Fox News like it's 2006.
It also made me kinda wistful that there are people who worship Scandinavia/Northern Europe based on stats like it's the early 2010s.

677 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 19:26

European timed stuff is fun. It gives you something to do during the morning and early afternoon

678 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10163 19:57

Can I get a tuxedo roll?

679 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 20:37

Mr Blobby makes me incredibly scared of the British

680 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 21:04

islamic state of italy and sicily

681 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 21:20


>You only need a few years of cooking as a serious hobby to make better food than the majority of restaurants out there.

I already do, but the thought that I've devoting thousands of hours of my life to this (and will devote thousands more) and there will always be someone better than me in the same small town in bumfuck nowhere is somehow quite surprising. Like yeah, the head chef at the local restaurant isn't cooking all (or any of) the meals himself, and the food that restaurant puts out is often tainted by shoddy work (due in part to high staff turnover because of rampant labor exploitation in the industry) doesn't mean he isn't a better cook than i'll ever be. probably extends to the line cooks. I'm pretty sure most of them are miles ahead of me if you put them on a home cooking schedule (as opposed to a restaurant where everything is permanently needed 20 minutes ago) and give them enough time to learn the recipes (which they will if they work at an establishment for long, but that thing about turnover).

Like, maybe i came off and somewhat dismayed or something, and maybe i am a little bit, but cooking is still clearly a really really good hobby (healthy, promotes social cohesion, makes people around you happy) and worth doing.

as for books with techniques...
for entry level i'd recommend "food lab" by lopez-alt.
once you know the basics i recommend the textbooks published by the culinary institute of america (libgen).
i wouldn't bother with anything published before y2k unless you live on a farm, but that's just me.

i have the french laundry one but tbh i don't think most 'famous restaurant' books have much relevance to the home chef.

682 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 21:33

Lol, MAMA-san's le vacation was only three days long and started on a friday

683 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10163 21:57

Her coming back caused France to lose

684 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10164 03:19

Returning to Steam after so many years and noticing all the games that are in my library but not in the store... it's kind of sad.

(Also noticing EA put Dragon Age II back in at some point haha)

685 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10164 08:49

Mr. Blobby's Pink And Spotty Bulbous Salutation

686 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10164 17:31

I'd think that if your practice is producing high volumes of shoddy food, you're not going to be gaining much outside of sharpening the mechanical skills involved. Most restaurants have rigid, static menus that change once every few months if that, so the average line cook is making the same set of dishes without getting much experience outside that. This isn't even considering the restaurants that are little more than reheating and mixing stations for premade foods ordered from corporate or Sysco/US Foods (a lot of chain and family restaurants in the US are like this. I'm not sure how prevalent this practice is in other countries). That's what I was trying to highlight with the advantages of someone coming at home. This is anecdotal, but most people I know in the food industry aren't really that passionate about it. A lot view it the same way a spreadsheet jockey views their job. Since a lot of people here are into programming I think it would be familiar to look at it like the distinction between the passionate amateur and the guy who just does it as a 9-5.

>i don't think most 'famous restaurant' books have much relevance to the home chef

I strongly disagree with this. There isn't really anything in French Laundry that isn't easily accessible to someone who enjoys cooking. The only real barrier is the heavy use of a lot of seasonal or regional ingredients which prohibits when you can make something and whether you'll need to find an appropriate local substitution. There isn't anything in terms of technique or equipment that's unavailable to anyone cooking at home. In fact I've personally made more use of French Laundry, Momofuku, Baco, and Angie Mar's cookbooks individually than for example Food Lab since you mentioned that. And I think that's a pretty good book. I'd even say some of the stuff in CIA's Charcuterie book is comparable to French Laundry in terms of complexity.

687 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10164 17:54


688 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10164 19:16


>This isn't even considering the restaurants that are little more than reheating and mixing stations for premade foods ordered from corporate or Sysco/US Foods

Even in the US, there is a lot of hole in the walls and bistros, etc that aren't like that and are worth going to.
It's sad how much of the modern world is like this, radio and some podcasts are like this. There are "prep services" that have jokes and bits ready-made for you, even with the set-up for bits included.

689 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10164 19:52

cum cum cummies cum cummy tummy

690 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10164 22:01

i wonder how many years are we away from hinamizawa syndrome becoming real, maybe 4-5?

691 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10164 23:55

if/when wet bulb temperatures start going past 35 C, there's going to be people that will go delirious just by walking on the street, as they become physically unable to cool their brain as it slowly fries inside their skull

692 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 04:04

Are all nieces this bone prone?

693 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 04:42

Non-Leftists is an anagram of Flintstones

694 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 05:15

695 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 07:45

I'm kind of surprised Buddhism hasn't gotten more popular in the west, considering Siddhārtha Buddha's story sounds like what a lot of people (especially those from wealthy countries or backgrounds) who
are going through depression and the dissatsification with modern life complain of.

I wonder if it never became widespread in the west is because it's too exotic in its supernatural element, because there's no middle-ground between lay life and asceticism or perhaps because a lot of its teachings are categorized or described with very complex and foreign-sounding words that a lot of westerners find it hard to get into teachings or are mystified by the Theravādas and your Mahāyānas.

I don't know, I thought it would be more popular by now considering most peoples beef with religion is the Abrahamic teachings not approving of homosexuality. (Which I'm aware is controversial itself in Dharmic religion, but the exotic and progressive marketing that a lot of temples do to attract westerners would omit this.)

696 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 07:48

Oh, and vegetarianism, but that has become a secular fad diet so I don't think it would hurt it too much anyway.

697 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 08:32

>>695 I think it's a stretch to say disapproval of homosexuality is what most people's beef with religion is, it's certainly one for some but I think there are lots of reasons why less people today have time for religion. I think that's also why it hasn't led to any other religion like Buddhism becoming more popular, people aren't looking to fill that gap with a different kind of spirituality

698 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 08:53

To the person who liked spankbang, don't you think it's a bit saturated with big ass interracial porn?

699 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 13:15

for the record i am now completely open to the idea that dennis ritchie was assassinated

700 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 13:34

I think most people disapprove of homosexuality, not Christianity. And I think Buddhism didn't catch on outside of Asia because we simply just don't believe it. Buddhism came out as an offshoot of Hinduism which is an offshoot of Vedism at around 500 BC and it had its chance in Ancient Greece, and Greeks ended up influencing Buddhism rather than the other way around, and it died off never having a fraction of the popularity of that of the Bible (Septuagint, New Testament)

701 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 15:58

Hi, it's me, the CEO of Wife-Beating Industries, may I interest you in some mangosteen supplements

702 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 17:32

500 years ago: spend big money to slaughter animals and process their skin to record religious texts and legal documents for future centuries
now: https://i.redd.it/s79dznzfj5871.jpg

703 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 17:45

Man, no matter how much reddit changes they will always love weed and freak about the church

704 Name: vc: stadeable : 1993-09-10165 18:56

The West has already had Stoicism for millennia and it is easier to for Westerners to swallow because its concerns are mostly secular and thus it doesn't require you to adjust your existing beliefs on the supernatural by very much. Eastern religion was given a fair shake in the 60s/70s, but largely a lot of WASPs who felt a spiritual awakening in those days decided not to be lumped in with people who smelled of patchouli and weed and switched from mainline to evangelical denominations.
But despite none of the Stoic knowledge being suppressed (and being repeatedly cribbed--often poorly and in fragments--by self-help authors), it's now easier than ever to live in a bubble, and the bubbles we live in like nothing more than to obscure the harsh truths that we need to address to have agency and fulfillment in our lives. Particularly, our lives are highly influenced by crass consumerism, which has no incentive to teach you about erasing your worldly desires.
Also, the Stoic view on suicide is not very Big Tech Padded Cell-friendly, but it's more or less how I've managed to put it off for decades.

705 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 19:23

The witch from sword and the stone looks like Gianna Michaels

706 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 21:48

i guess you don't know me but i'm basically the poster child for occupational burnout here, it's not a huge leap of faith for me to assume that it happens all the time in an industry with rampant wage theft, no benefits, high turnovers, and no sick days. but i still think most of those people are better cooks than me.
some advantages pro cooks have that i will never:

  • how many ways have a juiced a lime? exactly three. i own two juicers (one of those metal presser things and one of sharpened wooden stick things, which is far superior) and of course with my hands. there's nobody working next to me to learn a new trick from and any new equipment has to come directly out of my pocket, can't be borrowed.
  • practice with thousands of dollars of expensive ingredients
  • if i fuck up at home, it's not a big deal.
  • high turnover works two ways: the menu doesn't change at the restaurant, but people change restaurants.

the beef i have with famous restaurant books is, they're all implicitly a byproduct of the industrial process that is a restaurant kitchen. since i've never worked in a restaurant and never will, the fact that such and such recipe was adapted from an industrial process featuring e.g. a steam jacket kettle and how that would save time isn't necessarily obvious to me. it's more or less the same problem i have with cookbooks that feature "healthy" substitutions by default in all the recipes and don't mention it anywhere. i have to translate all that shit back myself.

for the restaurant books, i don't get the same economy of scale at home, my local supermarket ain't great, and there's nobody i can outsource procurement to. it goes beyond "but it's not ramp season, and i'm not in the northeast USA". the result (to me, after all the adaptations i have to make) is a 4-hour recipe (it'll take me 2 hours next time, but this is the first time) that leans very heavily on parm-regg, shallots, et cetera. my local supermarket doesn't even sell these things! like yeah i can make the trip to costco on occasion for the parm-reg but that shit takes all day and they don't sell shallots either. i have seen supermarkets in some cities that sell shallots for like $8/lb. chinese markets in those same cities that carry shallots have them for like $2/lb. i'm not paying $8/lb for a damn allium, so again it's an extra trip or i'm picking another recipe. like yeah i could just use onions but at that point why not just open up another book? in a restaurant the fresh shallots are delivered on a regular basis. they don't have to play this stupid game.

of course there's something i can learn from any cookbook (written by a competent cook), but i can learn it a lot faster from something less "world class", because i don't have to adapt it as much. examples of this type of book would be '660 curries' by iyer, 'food of taiwan' by erway, and 'home-style taiwanese cooking' by wan (it might be hard to find these kind of books for murikkkan food, but i happen to live with people from these countries and they appreciate my shenanigans). i can take those recipes and dress them up with my fancy techniques rather than working backwards.

707 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 21:56

fucking typos all over my post, i am sorry
-first bullet point should be 'how many ways have i juiced ...'
-second bullet, yeah i know the local sushi place isn't exactly using the choicest cuts, and ingredient prices are maybe 30% the menu prices, but in the aggregate it's still wayyyyy more money than i'm working with over here.
-third bullet, the point is that if you fuck up in a pro environment it's a big problem, so workers in that situation learn to produce consistent results. consistency is at least half of being a good cook.

and yeah, i'm not talking about the industrial food factory type of places with the sysco. 'fine dining' establishments that i'm too poor to visit, the workers there still live on streets like mine.

708 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10165 23:58

My main issue with the modern interpretation of Christianity is how the imagery has never really moved past High Renaissance art. You could say that you don't mess with perfection but I feel like it is a deliberate misinterpretation to look cool because biblical-accurate angels and heaven etc are a lot more abstract and some of it kind of creepy

709 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 00:08

happy thoughts, happy thoughts

710 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 01:59

Twitter will explode once they hear about this one

711 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 03:57

Angry Birds 2 was the best movie of 2019

712 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 04:11

that's probably why they forbade idols, graven images and praying to objects before the church openly embraced it

713 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10166 04:45

Ok I understand the discrepancy now. We have two different concepts of what it means to be "good at cooking." I was basing my interpretation mostly on the idea and quality of outcome while it seems you were leaning a bit more into the mechanics or the "cooking" itself.

Beyond that, geography looks like it's a huge source of disparity that I didn't really think about. I haven't lived anywhere in the past 15 years where shallots or various imported cheeses were a difficult or expensive find. For the last 8 years especially, all the places I've lived were at most within 20 miles of a dedicated cheese shop. And until today I never would have imagined shallots would be out of the ordinary in any part of the country since for as long as I can remember I've been getting them for pretty cheap. Though I don't quite understand your point about the restaurant books. I can't recall any recipes that haven't been adapted for home use. There may be a few sous vide recipes in some of them, or might require something uncommon in most home kitchens like a fine tamis or chinois, but I think that's as far as they go with anything you'd really consider specialized. They've all been very competently adapted in my experience. Or if I'm misinterpreting what you mean and you're saying an adapted for home version wouldn't be an authentic recreation since you're not using the types of equipment they would be using, I'd argue you're making a purer form. Their specialized equipment, e.g. steam jacketed kettle, is a workaround for not being able to do things a la minute like you would be doing at home. Sorry if I was a little vague, but I didn't mean to imply looking at places like El Bulli, Alinea, Fat Duck or other molecular gastronomy/deconstructivist/modernist type restaurants where a lot of the concepts hinge on things produced with very specialized or custom equipment. Though I do really like the Fat Duck Cookbook as a sort of culinary artbook.

Also something I tend to lose sight on is that cooking for me went beyond what an average person would see as a hobby and edging into full blown autism territory. Outside of the height of the summer heat, I usually spend a few hours most days cooking or otherwise engaged in food related activity and entire weekends with some frequency. Tomorrow night I'm going to make some Norcina sausage and some fresh pasta for dinner which I expect to take somewhere between 2-3 hours. But what else would I want to be doing with that time? I've gone as far as ordering ingredients internationally before for certain things I wanted to try. Recently I've been contacting local farms trying to get them to sell me their next year's pullet eggs (no luck yet) for a ravioli filling that won't work with adult chicken-sized yolks. Many of my other hobbies--gardening, foraging, hunting, fishing, and fermentation--were all branched out from my interest in cooking. I briefly flirted with going into the food industry in my last year of high school, finishing an occupation program offered by the school for culinary arts, before deciding against it when I found out how miserable most people in the industry were. The only person I know in the industry who is relatively happy is a guy who does part time work as personal chef. Now it's my belief that the fastest way to kill a passion is to turn it into a job.

What this all really means, though, is that you, >>707, should just stick with today's special.

714 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 05:33

The best name for # is, of course, capital 3.

715 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 06:18

Think they have (probably speed) metal concerts in hell?

716 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 09:03

>>715 Probably not, unless you really detest speed metal, in which case you get permanent front row seats

717 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 09:32

I think I would be more into ASMR if they all didn't do that annoying lip smacking thing

718 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 13:49

"Biblical-accurate angels" is a rather stupid term, the bible features multiple different groups of angels, all with radically different appearances. Most angels that show up are described as looking human.
Besides, the creepier angels still get some representation in iconography.

719 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 14:27

my hobby is sitting in front of the computer and randomly getting anxiety attacks

720 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10166 14:56

Crazy how a guy was able to successfully make walking part of his brand by just adding the word "Lindy" in front of it.

721 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 16:22


722 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 16:47

"Find a job doing something you love, and you'll work until the day you die, you stupid son of a bitch."

723 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 16:58

Everyday until you hate it!

724 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 17:33

Japanese people are still saying "I am a pen" after all these years and I don't have any idea how this came to be.

725 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 18:29

They are self actualizing penalties

726 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10166 18:42

Wow the job I want is one building over in the same complex from my current one. Wonder if I can try to convince my employer to train me on some stuff that isn't very relevant to my current position that the other company is looking for.

727 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 21:11

Wow, television is shit compared to film. Youtube series, Minecraft survival collabs, late-night throwaway current event stuff are in the top-rated lists on IMDb. No matter what you think of their programs, HBO has no competition these days.
No wonder people just re-watch Seinfeld and The Office when they want to watch light television.

728 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 21:49

Don't do that.

729 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 22:24

gin & juice is self-referential. a song about being at a party, meant to be played at parties. i wonder if it was intentional.

i can see why it popular around the same time as all these annoyingly self-referential TV shows like the simpsons and mr. show. 90s zeitgeist.

730 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 22:48

It was produced by Dr. Dre. The lyrics in most of his (singles) music are just texture to the music. It's meant to stick in your head, the sort of stuff meant to be put on a cassette and played in your shitbox car with the fun but cheap bass

731 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 23:05

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732 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 23:40

yeah i'll say it sounds like we have different goals and you spend more time on it for sure.

but back to my point about the restaurant books! you may have changed my view slightly.

first, as far as i can tell the steam-jacketed kettle is not a workaround, but actually saves time because you can throw liquid in there and not worry about it scorching. so you don't have to actively baby whatever's in there, you can go work on something else while it's warming up. perhaps i misunderstand how they work; i have never seen one IRL. but more importantly, obviously the recipes in the book are written in such a way not to require such specialized equipment, but i think still they formed an integral part of the refinement of the recipe in the restaurant setting, and therefore you're getting a recipe that looks very different from what might have evolved in a home-cooking environment. it might be adapted in the obvious ways (no kettle), but it's not optimized and i have to do that optimization myself (perhaps the recipe is written such that A is prepared before B, but preparing B before A is easier in the home kitchen because keeping A warm is easier than keeping B warm. so first i have to notice that, and then second switch it).

i opened up the french laundry, per se (because i know the meaning of the phrase 'per se', i assumed this was the only french laundry book. 'per se' is such a stupid name for a restaurant. anyway tell me if i dun fucked up and the other book is better or something) and i looked at a few recipes to see if i was being a total asshole. it wasn't completely terrible. i read the section on liaisons and yeah, the usual suspects like agar, gelatin, cornstarch, found out there's another term for roux, beurre something. unfortunately nothing interesting about tapioca. but, the ratios are very informative and i might consider adding something like that to my personal cookbook someday. an interesting fried eggplant; some salmon aspic thing that i have absolutely no interest in.

anyway, i found an interesting recipe about 2-1-1 little onion pickles. but it requires a chamber vacuum sealer. well, to be clear it says this is optional, but it is clearly the most interesting part of the recipe. vacuum-sealing the pickles makes them crisper. this is interesting, i'd like to try it, and i probably will try it someday, but it's gonna cost me $600 and i'll have to reorganize half my kitchen to fit a vacuum sealer in it. that's not too much money for me to consider, but unlike a stainless saucier, a vacuum sealer might break someday, so not at the top of the list either.

contrast: from the iyer book, lime pickles! and all you need is a glass jar, salt, spices, sun, and mustard oil. (canola a reasonable substitution if i'm scared of mustard oil). lime pickles??? that's pretty fascinating i'd like to try it. asked my buddy and he says yeah it's a pretty common thing in india. and i can do that one tomorrow if i want. life is unfortunately all about opportunity cost and i can try three recipes of this type in the time it takes to do one recipe from keller's. maybe when i move apartments and get a vacuum sealer set up it will be different, but until then. (i do have a sous-vide circulator from ebay, incidentally)

i keep forgetting words recently, "little onion" pickles. i think you know what i mean. the word for the wooden stick lime juicer is "reamer", god damn that was annoying to forget

>>730 i tend to think of the chronic as a pretty angry album in contrast with doggystyle which is all about partying, but you're kinda right, 'let me ride' is self-referential and that was on the chronic. a song about riding in your car to play while riding in your car. for contrast, 'nuthin but a g thang', not self-referential, just braggadocio. all great songs tho

733 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 23:46

The Simpsons isn't even that bad compared to how meta a lot of comedy is. Stuff like Sonic Boom which is well-liked is so self-referential and meta it is hard to buy into it as fiction when it tries to have an actual narrative, but perhaps the utmost goal of a pure comedy is to get a laugh and everything else is a far second.

734 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 23:48

Freddy Got Fingered should have become an "Adult Swim Original Movie"

735 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10166 23:57

Girls who wear hi-top sneakers are adorable!

736 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10167 02:59

I think with that sort of equipment, it's to do things like replace a staff member standing over a pot who could be doing something more productive. A workaround to paying for extra labor. Just automate the mindless tasks to get better use out of the staff. The way the French Laundry book has recipes laid out is the order the components can be made before you bring the full thing together. I recently did the scallops with asparagus puree and morels as a course for a dinner guest we had over and it was pretty easy to finish up after prepping the components earlier in the day. Though it was my second or third time making it, so there was a bit of memory and practice involved. Still the recipes have been very coherently presented where I haven't felt overwhelmed even on a first time.

Yeah I was actually talking about The French Laundry Cookbook, not The French Laundry, Per Se. I haven't looked through the Per Se book before. I never come across it used at thrift stores or library book sales for some reason (where French Laundry and Ad Hoc At Home tend to be somewhat common) and wasn't interested enough to download it off libgen, so I'm not sure what the contents really are and how they differ with The French Laundry Cookbook.

For the pickles I'd think you could use a regular suction type vacuum sealer with similar result. I picked one up years ago at an Aldi for $30 or $40 with a big roll of the bag, and it's been pretty good and lasted for a few years with no issue yet. And the footprint is very small. Mine is about 1.5 feet by 7 inches or so. I use it frequently for freezing large quantities of cubed and portioned beef/pork to use for grinding when there's a good deal on roasts. It's pretty good for sous vide too since you mentioned it, but I usually use jars (for weekly yogurt or some custard/dessert type things) or zipper bags. I only really use the vacuum sealer for sous vide if it's something in a flavorful liquid or something that tends to float. But back to the onion pickles. An alternate method you could try is with a whipping siphon and N2O cartridges. Here you'd be pressurizing it instead to similar effect. Just don't use CO2 carts unless you want to carbonate your onions. Though that might actually be pretty cool for some applications like a nice summer salad opposite to some fruits. Overall I find my whipping siphon pretty useful if you're thinking about getting one. Mostly I use it for carbonating doogh which is a drink made from diluted tart yogurt commonly seasoned with mint and salt. A lighter, carbonated version with some ice is really nice in the summer and early fall while a thicker, still version is nice in colder months.

Also I'm assuming you're were talking about beurre manie. If what you're referring to is an uncooked butter-flour clump you throw into a relatively large volume of liquid. There is also beurre monte which is heavily used in The French Laundry Cookbook. Not sure about the Per Se one. It's just butter that slowly melted with some water and constant agitation to prevent it from separating. Though it's not really a thickener, it's used a lot in the book to provide body to various things.

737 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10167 03:42

yeah beurre manie was probly it.

that's another beef (i will specify at this time that this pun in intended) i have. mise orders in most books seem to be the standardized on the principle you describe, in order that the ingredients are used. i prefer it the "major" ingredients appear first, and this takes priority over prep order for me. ingredient lists should be minimally detailed and ordered with un-substitutable ingredients first so that i can quickly check if i have that shit in my fridge or can get it all from the store i'm about to go to. for me this doesn't substantially affect prep time because if i can't mise the entire recipe out on my countertop at once, i'm not cooking it, period. it's just sad to me that there's seemingly no room for experimentation like this, because my refusal to cook anything larger than my countertop is probably common to a lot of home cooks.

i think i'm autistic but my autism is a neurotic all-consuming hatred for diminishing returns. i will only ever make a recipe to 95% of what's in a fancy cookbook, when the last 5% takes half the time and i can spend that time making some other recipe to 95% instead. an example from french laundry per se would be dissolving salt in the cold water for shocking vegetables after blanching. i truly believe that will make a difference in final flavor, but there's no way that's worth the time it takes to me. honestly you can shock blanched veggies in water straight out the tap, no ice (especially in winter), and it does 90% of the job of ice water.

anyway you might try kala namak with that yogurt drink u got there. i like it but i can imagine the taste might turn some ppl off. interesting to hear about the nitrous but i might not need an new excuse to keep that in my house LoL

738 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10167 18:14

popcorn and beverly hills cop

739 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10167 22:28

I'm never going to be happy, I'm just going to suffer for the rest of my life.

740 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10167 23:00

Happiness is a choice

741 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10167 23:58

It's all fun and games until somebody shits their fucking pants.

742 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10168 00:22

I've had 2 big chunks of kala namak in my pantry for probably the better part of 5 years now. I still probably won't use it for this though. I don't think adding an eggy flavor will be very pleasant in the hot summer. I'll try it in the winter with the thicker version though.

743 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 00:45

>>741 I was just thinking earlier how funny it would be to go to some faraway town I'll never return to, then go to the supermarket and shit myself and just wander around

744 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 01:59

>>742 the same could be said for yoghurt but in india they're steady drinking exactly the thing you described with kala namak all the damn year

also, you're not getting any better flavour from solid than ground when it's kala namak, get the ground stuff

745 Name: vc: the : 1993-09-10168 02:15

Why do women think vulgarity is cool

746 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 04:45

Ancient pagan kid: "Mom, can we make a sacrifice to the Goddess at the Temple?"
Mom: "We have Goddess at home."
Goddess at home: *be comically misshapen idol of some lame hearth deity with no mythology*

747 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 07:13

God, I wish I was a Heian aristocrat and could rape beautiful and sexy Japanese girls in an act of cool romance, stealing their virginity and impregnating them under the roof of their traditionally built homes.
Life is cruel, and this is not the reality for me in what is certainly an unfortunate circumstance.

748 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 09:19

Kindly consider getting a therapist instead of taking your virginity hangups out on us...

749 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 09:37

Mr blobby penis

750 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 09:52

Anal sex isn't brought up enough in those "how to have a good sex life with a small penis" things

751 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 13:44

But what if you (note I said YOU!) have both a small penis, and a tiny and well-hidden prostate? What then, smart guy?

752 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 17:56

Be a man: use your hand.
Want to beat it? Then you eat it.

753 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 18:01

The most shocking thing about quitting cigarettes is realizing how badly your tastebuds have been damaged over the years. Suddenly everything becomes so much more flavorful that you genuinely can't believe the same food you've always been eating has never tasted like that.

754 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 20:01

My sister was watching this video on how "aesthetics" are racist and "fatphobic" and her argument about body shaming and racism intersecting was based on a book that she admitted in the video she didn't read. It was weird and I also find it kind of racist itself that people are trying to compare being born black with being fat, something you can and should change.

755 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 20:02

It's why I quit smoking too

756 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 20:03


>Japanese history/culture and car culture

the car culture bit feels really tacked on

757 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 20:53

I think fat acceptance is suspect in the sense that fatness becoming endemic is actually a recent phenomenon. I also think the "just diet and exercise" reaction to fat acceptance is equally as suspect for the same reasons though. I do think that people can individually change their lifestyle and become healthy, but I also think that the way fatness has spread, particularly in the poorest states should be evidence enough that it's also an environmental issue and the result of shit policies.

758 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 21:18

Yes, but comparing it to race is silly.

759 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 21:24

>>751 lose some weight and stop jacking it so much

760 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 22:16

I hate to be reductionist, because it's way more than just a couple shit policies, but culture also plays a role. McDonalds makes a tasty combo meal and can advertise on TV as sexily as it wants, but there might be some barriers to the beef industry showing, like, a bunch of keto-carnivore dieters and stating simple facts about their weight loss and improved health.

761 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 22:33

I read a book today!

762 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 22:33

I think the keto thing is weight loss simply because the people stop snacking on things like chips/crisps

763 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10168 22:37

You know, 1993 was a very strange year indeed. And it was a disturbing year, too.

764 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 00:58


765 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 03:00

Is it shallow that even though my friends are telling me I would enjoy this new movie I refuse to watch it because of how awful the company that makes it is

766 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 08:42

I used to tell myself that the ride never ends.

Now I have realized that the ride has already ended.

767 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 08:52

Oh, the ride hasn't even begun!

768 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 09:26

My niece wants to major in English. She has realistic expectations about job opportunities but for some reason I feel very bad about not talking her out of this.

769 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 11:21

>>765 Hmmm I think it's the opposite of shallow, to deny yourself something good based on your principles

770 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 18:51

Yay, finally succeeded in installing a mosquito net in my fucked up window... I should have done this two years ago...

771 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 20:11

The only English she'll need to know is "Will there be fries with that?"

772 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 21:29

Lance ain't a common name nowadays but in the middle ages people were named Lancelot

773 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 21:47

you'll never understand how shocked i was when i found out all the characters in "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater" were actual people, i saw someone mention tony hawk and post a video and i was like holy shit and if you dig deeper into the rabbit hole you'll find out that Bob Burnquist and Geoff Rowley are actual people with Wikipedia articles too

774 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 22:52

>>773 The real-life Officer Dick made me "assume the position" 😛😚

775 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 22:54

Go into doggy submission...

captcha: That's pep!

776 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 23:24

P-Rod ruined my marriage

777 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10169 23:58

some days i worry that i am only ever a nuisance to other people

other days i worry that i enjoy it too much

778 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10170 00:27

One time a girl took me back to her place, and we were sitting in her room and she was showing me some of her things, and she said "Hey check this out" and pulled out a bit of red cloth attached to a stick. I just smiled at her but in my head I was thinking "that's a red flag"

779 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10170 10:44

i can understand written and spoken japanese just fine but the only way i'm capable of speaking is like an anime maid, i'm also a 6'4 290lb weightlifter with a beard and a 325lb snatch so it fucks people up

780 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10170 10:56

i regret to inform you that the bleggs have discovered future bass

781 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10170 11:06

>Blegg is a slang term used to refer to a burger with blue cheese and an egg. The phrase is in common use in Sheffield and came from Relish restaurant. I'll have a Blegg please. Yes, a burger with blue cheese and an egg.

782 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10170 13:54

Coming from a Relish restaurant veteran such as myself, the latest trend among us vets is this, a Blegg.
That's right, a burger with blue cheese and an egg. This is Sheffield 's way of eating.
However, if you order this then there is danger that you'll be marked by the employees from next time on; it's a double-edged sword.
I can't recommend it to amateurs.
What this all really means, though, is that you, >>780, should just stick with future bass.

783 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10170 14:14

Thinking about that dude that put the meatball in his mouth but it was too hot, so he tried to blow on it inside his mouth but just spat it onto his shirt

784 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10170 19:51

It's not about flavor, but control over particle size

785 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 05:07

A large number of people in Latvia are downloading Shrek movies. I wonder if the character is popular there or if a group of people doing a syncwatch or something

786 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 08:24

A large number of people in Latvia are wrestling imported alligators sexually

787 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 09:35

A large number of people in Latvia are cute girls

788 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 09:40

She ain't gonna sit on your face, king.

789 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 10:08

What do you mean "why are you sitting alone?"

Because you're all a bunch of twats that's fucking why! Let me have lunch in peace, Christ.

790 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 10:21

Even if you disliked most of the student body, you should have been able to find some non-twats to sit with

791 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 12:02

I am at work. There's maybe 20 people here, two thirds of which would rather be speaking a language I don't. So the choices are limited.

792 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 12:40

Finished Omori. Sad.

793 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 15:43

Porn star name, or nom d'cum

794 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 19:43

help, imagining doing things is much better than actually doing them

795 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 21:56

This is the third thunderstorm this summer! Good things coming this way!

796 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10171 22:55

(meme of the guy explaining something uncomfortably close to a girl)
you see, there was this japanese baseball player with financial issues...

797 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10172 01:32

Every photo of Donald Fagen is either him passionately screaming into a microphone or pouting indignantly at the camera

798 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 04:09

>I will be donating the entirety of this site's revenue to The Southern Poverty Law Center

glad i use adblock, lol

799 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 05:19

i don't understand how there are atheists in fictional settings where you can literally pray to the gods to bring someone back to life or heal wounds and it works, that always seemed like a dumb trope to me

800 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 06:28

Vice magazine would have you believe that all girls are into pegging but they very much are not.

801 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 06:46

Sounds like the journos fell for another meme getting popular

802 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 06:54

>>800 unfortunately true

803 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 08:17

Why am I a contrarian

804 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 08:56

>>798 Why do you feel this way? I mean I block all ads too, but why is it especially good you're blocking them for that reason?

805 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 09:09

>>804 how much do you bench? when's the last time you touched grass?

807 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 10:20

Man, it's weird that there is a specific generation of imageboard users who hang onto outdated late-2010s memes as well. I wonder if in like 10 years people will be all nostalgic and sentimental about calling everything spooks and sneeds etc

808 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 10:21

Worse yet, there will be tons of teenies feeling sad about missing out on it.

809 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 11:23

It's been too long since I have made a board slightly worse by calling meme users teens constantly

810 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 11:34

It's been too long since I have charged mah lazer

811 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 12:28

>>805 I don't count, and 25 minutes ago, I just wondered about the dickish attitude to poor people

812 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 15:42

Anonymous imageboards always have to fucking attract schitzos

813 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 16:27

Somebody hug me.

814 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 17:31

Anonymous symphonies always have to fucking attract scherzos

815 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 17:48

Anonymous symphonies

816 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 20:09

Amorous sympathies

817 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 20:52

Churches always have to fucking attract religious types

818 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 21:09

Amoral scrupulousness

819 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 21:14

🤔 🤔 Amoral scrupulousness... 🤔 fas...cinating 🤔

820 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 21:21

How do I make friends?

821 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 21:26

Actually, to be more specific:
How do I in particular make friends, now that I no longer have the safety net of school life to rely on?

822 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10172 23:57

You don't, it's all over,

823 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 00:02

If you're not in the education system you're not gonna be making any serious friendships.

824 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 03:12

schools are prison camps

825 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 03:12

>>811 the southern poverty law center has nothing to do with poor people, but it's an understandable misconception, like how melonpan has nothing to do with melons but one could easily be led by the name into thinking it does.

826 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 03:29

>>821 the shared misery of being forced to be in the same place all day performing pointless menial tasks together is what forges friendships while you're in school, therefore i recommend joining the military or playing an MMO.

827 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 03:42

MMOs being brought up unearthed this song in my memory https://youtu.be/JkR7zClEkAo

828 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 04:46

🕋 why is the Kaaba an emoji

829 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 07:27

Whenever someone publicly complains about [white males], however they phrase it, it always gives me a stupid smile and light laugh because they come off like obnoxious checkmarks on Twitter in more formal settings and there is some humour in that to me for some reason

830 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 08:37

It's not even about the shared misery, it's that I didn't realize until it was too late that my ability to socialize stemmed directly from my academic prowess. Oh and being forced to be around other people.

831 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 09:26

>>825 Oh right 😅

832 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 09:28

>>830 You could also start/join a band, do you play an instrument?

833 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 10:15

The older I get the more I dislike "business management" games or "tycoons". I fiddle with tedious menus enough IRL.

834 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 12:02

I will never understand why people get so invested in sports that they get violent. Most if not all people who do this sort of thing are just audience members, but I suppose it fills the void for traditional tribalism.

835 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 12:16

The older I get the more I dislike management simulation'' games or colony builders''. I wrangle a bunch of obstinate dwarves enough IRL.

836 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 13:09

Everything from video games to spectator sports (most passively consumed media really) to even outdoorsy things seem to have these dark clouds of negativity hovering over them. I wonder if this is just reflecting the world right now or only because I only interact with hobby stuff online and the internet loves negativity.

837 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 13:23

>>836 There's so much petty division over so much stupid shit, buncha stupid cunts

838 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 15:08

Otaku Killer summoning ritual

839 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 15:09

SPLC is mostly known for their hate speech tracker and their pro-bono civil rights litigation. Also he asked "how often do you touch grass" because it's a thing they say at twitter and twitter is full of people talking about racism I guess, seems like a rather contrived way to diss someone, if you ask me.

840 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 15:14

It comes off as less pretentious than "go outside" or "read a book" etc etc

841 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 17:32

God even chess has become full of drama lately. They blow up on twitch and in less than a year everybody hates GMs and everybody's airing each other's dirty laundry

842 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 18:09

Try gaping it

843 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 18:13

Sure. Keep giving me money, I'll keep making spaceships for ya.

844 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 18:16

Chris Roberts still love us!

845 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 21:33

>>840 It's actually brainless memespeak

846 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 23:51

>>834 i think it also has to do with vicarious feelings of vitality/masculinity, it's always the people who seem least capable of actually playing a sport that are the most emotionally invested in sports. everyone i know who's actually fit and athletic and watches sports watches them because they can appreciate it as a contest of athleticism and not as some kind of weird mock-war substitute.

847 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10173 23:52

put another way, people who are actually full of vitality and masculinity don't feel the need to engage in performative masculinity by eating chicken wings and drinking beer and screaming at the television, they just go lift weights or jog or something.

848 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 01:51

Men who are already performing masculinity don't need to perform masculinity because that'd be extra redundant.

849 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 01:56

I guess I'm just autistic and don't understand gender roles or social cues or whatever but I don't see "enjoying gender marketed product" as "performative masculinity". It always seemed insulting that things like "masculinity" and "femininity" are boiled down to aesthetic and product preferences, the kind of thing I thought we were more or less moving past seeing as gendered.

Performative or toxic masculinity to me is a man insisting on a fight after you accidentally brush shoulders in an effort to signal to others he doesn't "put up with shit".

850 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 04:14

Oh, disappointing.

851 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 04:27

I don't know why would you have negative feelings about the idea that one of the many metaphysical qualities surrounding a commodity include a tacit association to arbitrary social roles. Just for curiosity, what part is it the one that you don't agree with or feel like it's incorrect: the part where acquiring commodities actually brings about some sort of superegoistical enjoyment not strictly attached to its use-value by drawing from our sense of identity, or that gender roles are actually conventional and ill-defined and thus prone to change through the mere exchange of commodities?

852 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 04:28

I eat chicken wings and scream inappropriately at television but that's because I like the taste of buffalo sauce and get over-excited easily. I don't see what it has to do with masculinity because I would likely do this if I was a woman or something else

853 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 06:33

"You listen to every genre? Finally, appreciator of adult babyfur diaper thrash!"

854 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 07:13

Eh, I wouldn't say that it has anything to do with masculinity. I remember when people lost their shit multiple times during the women's world cup

855 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 09:08

>>853 Give it to me!!!!!

856 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 09:14

>It always seemed insulting that things like "masculinity" and "femininity" are boiled down to aesthetic and product preferences, the kind of thing I thought we were more or less moving past seeing as gendered.

I agree, I have some trans friends, male and female, who said they weren't into girly things like ponies and make-up when they were young and so they decided they must be a boy (and vice versa) isn't that just reinforcing gender stereotypes?

857 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 11:18

Drinking a lot of water feels weird and urinating constantly is annoying

858 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 11:23

Is it a surprise that a superficially progressive "community" would be pushing anti-liberal pidgeonholing ideas, like some kind of a reactionary? It's especially convenient when any and all opponents can be dismissed and/or demonized as horrid transphobiacks.

Remember: boys have short hair, girls have long hair.

859 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 11:30

Hair length is something I don't even associate with masculinity/feminity and I didn't even realize it. Long hair on men depends on the person and can look really bad or really good depending on the guy. Sometimes it can be MORE masculine like in the case of metal

860 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 11:50

>>859 Maaaybe but long-haired metalheads still get called poofs by some people no matter how masculine they behave

861 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 13:40

Drinking a lot of water feels GREAT and urinating constantly is NOT AN ISSUE

862 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 15:38


863 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 15:40

Transgender people aren't even real

864 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 18:12

sometimes i wish i lived in a hl2/gmod map

865 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10174 21:08

everytime i play strangeprogram in sm5, i start half-forming a weird thought about using magic to choke people

866 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 05:49

im gay & have long hair & can squat more than anyone on this board, if anyone made fun of me or called me a sissy or w/e i'd just beat them up. that's what real masculinity is.

867 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 07:39

>>866 is a sissy

868 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 09:48

>>866 I was talking about how I get called a poof for having long hair, even when I'm with my girlfriend. Maybe it's my Hello Kitty backpack.

869 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 09:59

Hello Kitty more like Hello Titties

870 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:11

ray peat stans be like: dont drink water on an empty stomach or eat salmon or you'll fucking die, but coca-cola is a health food.

871 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:12

>>866 Gay people do a LOT of squatting so I don't doubt that for a second! But the "eye can do more exercises than u" and "hurr u insulted me so now eye have to beat u up" attitudes are the performative aspect they were talking about before.

872 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:19

>>871 i was the one talking about performative masculinity and i was making fun of the like, sean hannity listener types who jack off about how manly they are because they drink beer and watch sports but they're fat and weak and haven't touched a football in 30 years. while being ACTUALLY strong and masculine isn't something you can perform, you have it or you don't. and like it or not, strength and vitality are integral to masculinity.

873 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:24

performative masculinity: big trucks, big guns, beer, chicken wings, watching sports, trucker hats, dick jokes. a simulacrum of actual masculinity caused by the absence of truly masculine traits such as loyalty, fraternity, willpower, physical and spiritual strength, the ability to lead and command respect, etc.

874 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:33

not performative masculinity: posting on the elitist superstructure of dqn

875 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:36

it's possible to not be particularly physically strong and still be masculine, look at T.E. Lawrence, who was NOT a tall dark handsome peter o'toole style buff lady's man but was actually a 5'3 blonde porcelain-skinned vegetarian twink. rather than physical strength, he was endowed with an enormous strength of character and the ability to command respect and loyalty despite his stature. it's something you can't understand from a purely materialist perspective.

876 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:41

sorry i love boys so i think a lot about masculinity and what it means

877 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:42

>>872 yeah but feeling the need to prove it to others is the performance, seems like insecurity

>strength and vitality are integral to masculinity.

Idk this seems like an empty meaningless statement


> big trucks, big guns, beer, chicken wings, watching sports, trucker hats, dick jokes.

That's just a list of traits American people have? Loyalty and fraternity are more feminine traits, and hasn't it been found that countries led by women do better in some ways than ones led by males trying to prove how powerful they are?

878 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:50

How the fuck are chicken wings related to masculinity? It's a fun novelty food that isn't too heavy to drink with

879 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:54

performative masculinity is attempting to attack a pro wrestler and then dedicating your failed attack to Jim Cornette on twitter

880 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:55

>That's just a list of traits American people have?

yes and americans are generally fat, lazy, cowardly, and weak, both of body and spirit. i would not call the average american "masculine" in any way at all.

>Loyalty and fraternity are more feminine traits

christ this is what happens when they stop teaching classics in school. please read the illiad or something.

881 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:57

>>878 because they serve them at sports bars, picture carl from aqua teen hunger force, he is literally the poster child of the type of person i'm describing.

882 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 11:58

>>879 this is true actually

883 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 12:23


That's bizarre because The Odyssey arguably started the woman as a prize/reward for the hero, I thought that was the bad part of masculinity in fiction that was common until the last 10 years. I don't know if themes in classics are necessarily healthy to teach nowadays

884 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 12:25

>countries led by women

It always makes me laugh in a dumb way whenever generic female leaders are brought up because of the dead thatcher memes

885 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 12:27

>>880 Looking it up maybe I was wrong about fraternity, maybe in Greek times but when I think of fraternity today I think of gossipy hens at knitting club, sharing the dick pics they've received that week and having a laugh together. But regarding loyalty, wouldn't you agree the traditional view is that a man with lots of sexual partners is respected, while the woman is expected to stay loyal to her husband?

886 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 12:30

>>884 I was mainly referring to what I've read about which countries have done better in handling the pandemic, but that maybe doesn't hold much water

887 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 12:33

There was nothing wrong with what you said, I was just having a lark

888 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 12:38

>>885 look up what the word "frater" means.

>But regarding loyalty, wouldn't you agree the traditional view is that a man with lots of sexual partners is respected, while the woman is expected to stay loyal to her husband?
maybe if you fall into the same mental trap as weird twitter catholics and think "traditional" just means going back to like, 40 years ago. personally when i think of loyalty and fraternity i think of brutus and pompey fighting together until the end before falling on each other's swords, or the peach garden oath, but idk maybe i'm the weird one.

889 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 13:41

The word you're looking for anon is sorority. But even that's a weird word to use to describe what you're talking about.

890 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 14:21

>>888-889 Yeah I said I looked it up and admitted I was wrong... I don't think I meant sorority exactly but that was probably where my mistake came from

>weird twitter catholics and think "traditional" just means going back to like, 40 years ago

What's the difference between a Catholic and a Twitter Catholic? I know it is based on conservative moral attitudes (not a view I subscribe to) but I didn't mean traditional as in going back, it's a double standard in normal society that feminists rally against today. I guess loyalty to a spouse is a different kind of loyalty than towards a ruler or team or something

891 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 14:36

Twitter catholics are a bizarre mix of memes and light-traditionalism.

892 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 15:05

>wouldn't you agree the traditional view is that a man with lots of sexual partners is respected, while the woman is expected to stay loyal to her husband?

Not really. I mean, from an ultra traditional perspective that would either be adultery or a renunciation of celibacy, both of which would be shunned. It's only in recent times that having sex with multiple people has become less stigmatized. And these days men and women both get away with sleeping around a lot more, so it's not that unbalanced either gender-wise.

893 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 15:16

Lost track of who's who but funny how that one guy was decrying "performative" simulacra of masculinity in one breath immediately heralds a "performative" simulacrum of masculinity (weight lifting) in the other.

894 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 15:25

Gender is the new soul. I don't expect people to be consistent about it. Nobody is consistent about the qualities of the soul either.

895 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 15:48

There are lots of things that only exist in the diffuse space of social convention: family, religion, money, nation-states, how to properly use a toilet, any relationship to power including capital, the government, your parents and your teacher and yeah, gender. Many of these are ill-defined in some aspect, if you ask three different people why should we obey our parents you'll probably get three different answers. They exist in this paradoxical nature of not actually existing (i.e. spooks) but still very much influencing every aspect of the social order.

I don't think that realization by itself is very interesting as anything else except as a starting point though

896 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10175 15:49

Shunning my sister after she went back to her abusive husband

897 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 00:57

It's foggy outside! Nice!

898 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 01:04

>>893 the difference is that strength is integral to masculinity and spicy chicken wings are not. i hope you can understand this.

899 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 01:05

Strength is about as integral to masculinity as a loud motorcycle.

900 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 01:11

>>899 if you inject yourself with testosterone it will make you strong and confident but it wont make you ride a loud motorcycle or eat chicken wings. i hope this clears things up.

901 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 01:11

Non sequitur

902 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 01:13

>>901 whatever retard

903 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 01:31


>if you inject yourself with testosterone it will make you strong and confident

Even that's not guaranteed.

904 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 02:08

triple beam scales should be done in units of 8 or 16 so that i can do a binary search without having to round all the time

that's called fuckin' ergonomics bitch

905 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 02:17


>actual masculinity
>the ability to command respect



>There are lots of things that only exist in the diffuse space of social convention: family, religion, money, nation-states,

may i introduce you to the physical concepts of houses, churches, banks, and the korean DMZ respectively

906 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 07:48

now that my phone fills the usage niche my laptop used to idk really what to do with my laptop anymore

907 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 07:58

Dock it and use it as a 2nd desktop?
Use it as a seeding machine?

908 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 09:51

and feeding machine

909 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 14:48

grab your cock when u see 2pac!!!!

910 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 16:00

2pac alive in serbia

911 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 16:07


912 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 16:17

if 10 years ago i told you homorectalists are coming for your children with international poopdickery to turn your sons into fudgepacking snerd nurglers and shitleakers, you wouldn't believe it unless you saw it on video for yourself https://banthis.tv/watch?id=60e638068e0de54b952c18ee https://banthis.tv/watch?id=\

913 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 16:31

Memespeak is hardly English anymore

914 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 17:26

imouto wants to build a keyboard with me

915 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 17:56

This is the 2nd (?) time the "tastes like prion disease" post has made the rounds on tw*tter...

916 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 18:01

...courtesy of an underage egirl from EGYPT????

917 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 19:49

For our fifth anniversary, my wife gave me a seven inch dildo.

918 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 20:12

murder-suiciding my neighbors wife by looking at her tits in ancient judaea

919 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 20:53

la illaha ilallah チェチェン 戦歌 歌ってみた ななひら

920 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 22:30

Twitter edgelord that openly demeans Christianity but gets butthurt when people spread hearsay about wiccans and satanism

921 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 22:33

Good night and fuck niggers

922 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 22:34

Lol are you English?

923 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 22:48

I'm going to have some celebratory macaroni!

924 Name: ( ´∀`) : 1993-09-10176 22:51


925 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 23:00

Jodi Arias is hot

926 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10176 23:02

Wait, wtf, I could've sexed a succubi if I wasn't getting lied to by some 3DPD bitch pig? COME BACK! I liked the sleep paralysis and the purple that emitted into my room! She's gone, but my penis is still here! ;_;

927 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 00:44

Just lucid dream

928 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 00:53

Wikipedia has extremely graphic photos of birth defects on it. Most are just charts of how inheritance of it works but some are just "here's a picture of a disfigured baby"

929 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10177 02:03

Forgot what I was going to post

930 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10177 05:22

i am a disfigured baby ( ˃ ヮ˂)

931 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 06:09

Wanna make more disfigured babies together?

932 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10177 06:41

not if it involves sitting on your face!

933 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 06:48

how about the other way around?

934 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 06:56

I have no dick, and I must fap

935 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 07:06

Hey ;)

936 Name: riven!6/WrIcEyV6 : 1993-09-10177 09:03

I do not even know

937 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10177 09:32

hairy man butt on my face sounds unappealing ._.

938 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 11:17

You could eat my bussy. Make it nice and wet.

939 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 13:55

I know that rocko's modern life episode about clowns is about being gay but nowadays being a clown is more stigmatized than gayness in a lot of places

940 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 18:50


941 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10177 20:21


942 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 20:50

I started the succus facesitting joke a while back, I apologize, it was creepy and now others are joining in and making it worse.

943 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 20:58

Whenever the "sit on my face" thing comes up I hear a boisterous black man saying it

944 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10177 21:34

for me it's the monty python song

945 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 00:01

I love nice fat hairy sweaty juicy beef curtains sliding around my face

946 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 02:50

Nixon 🇺🇸🤝🇨🇳 Mao
   Talking shit
    de Gaulle

947 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 07:41

games where you have a thing in each hand that make you right click to use the left hand and left click for the right hand

948 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 08:20

What tv shows are good for ogling at schoolgirls? Puppies don't cut it anymore.

949 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 08:45


950 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 09:11

>>948 You mean live action I guess, and not the thousands of animes?

  • Derry Girls
  • Educating Cardiff
  • Grange Hill

951 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 11:14

america and england are the left and right horns of iblis, may allah punish them both

952 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 12:33


953 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 13:46

I hope that the creator of the next thread doesn't forget to include a message alongside it.

954 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 17:55

imouto wants to build a gaming pc too...

955 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10178 18:12

Correct and thanks

956 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10179 01:38

thanks for this amazing recognition, truly blessed to be here receiving this award right now. i'd like to thank my mom, my dad, my friends, my loyal fans and taco bell for their new spicy dorito taco now available for only $3.99 in selected taco bell locations. use my code OSCRWNR for a 20% discount only valid for purchases greater than $15

957 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10179 16:48

clit studio taint

958 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10179 20:44

bro, I am a 300 pound Arab man. Did you really think girls post here?

959 Name: Succus!kQKISuccus!!Q6gdySll : 1993-09-10179 20:46

just kidding teehee

960 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10179 21:18

Big Arab men seem incredibly proud of their arm hair

961 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10179 22:03

Did the minions serve John Wayne Gacy

962 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 01:16

Is this you John Wayne?

963 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 15:46

The jani closet is such a lonely boring place...

964 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 15:56

stop using shampoo

965 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 18:48

I haven't used shampoo in 3 years.

vc: how

966 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 18:56

the Alolan Geodude line looks like an Arab

967 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 19:59

janny closet

968 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 20:22

Why do YouTube commenters and redditors cream over regional slang and accents

969 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 22:52

Jesus Christ OD'd on crack for your sins

970 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 23:06

it sure is summer

971 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 23:13

Summer's fun

972 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 23:46

heat crimes

973 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10180 23:49

loli heat pizza

974 Name: ((●)トェェェイ(●)) : 1993-09-10181 02:38

Where's the Norne oil

975 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 03:07

normie oil

976 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 04:52

I often complain about 3d shit clogging up image sites but I think I would prefer low effort 3d illusion screenshots to high-effort but still awful 2d art

977 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 06:55

Constipated in Constantinople

978 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 08:28

becoming "a guy who drinks herbal tea"

979 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 13:18

stop laughing at me

980 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 13:58

i want like, a western-style open world crafting/exploration RPG, but japanese. like idk imagine skyrim but when you go into the river there's kappas instead of mud crabs. or valheim but instead of odin it's yatagarasu and it takes place in a bamboo forest.

981 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 14:04

this is where I'm supposed to be standing to wait for my paint? right?

982 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 15:37

this has the same metric as constantinople by the residents, did you do this on purpose

983 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 17:01

I'm 200% nigga

984 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 19:37

i still remember where i was on 9/11, i was watching on tv with my cousins, they were clapping and chanting "allahu akbar!"

985 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 20:46

10 minutes later, i got my paint, so i ended up being correct
still felt really awkward somehow

986 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 20:47

Americans think the world rotates around them, and their problems are the only ones that matter.

987 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 21:14

This but with British people

988 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 21:24

Probably everyone, but especially americans and brits when you speak their language. I wish I could chat on actual 2ch, but they wisely blocked all foreign ip

989 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 21:35

I dont think foreigners are still banned? Or at least cheapy/free proxies/VPN can circumvent it easily these days because of lax moderation.
Regardless, most boards on there are deader than dirt.

990 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 21:57

The foreign ip ban hasnt helped very much considering koreans or people pretending to be them still derail threads often

991 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 22:05

i should marathon something

992 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 22:18

check out perfection bwaing banger alert flawless absolutely flawless

993 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 22:30

Nigerians act like this, especially ones who move for a higher quality of life but then raise the crime rates of wherever they move to. This happens even in africa

994 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10181 23:16

Every Nigerian I've met has had a certain smell to them, one rather distinct from the normal African American smell.

995 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10182 01:58

Remember when everyone was "on the go"?

996 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10182 07:04

Pokemon go to the next thread!

997 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10182 08:35

Pokemon goloid

998 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10182 09:04

>>995 I'm never “off the go”!!!

999 Name: ( ´_ゝ`) : 1993-09-10182 09:04

Hypokeimenon GO!

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