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>> No. 441558 Anonymous
11th January 2021
Monday 8:46 pm
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New midweek thread: chip butty edition.

Is it even midweek? The days have all blurred into one and lost all sense of meaning.
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>> No. 442611 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 8:16 am
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Think he's actually doing alright for himself, he's a reasonably funny self effacing lad. Also does youtube vids with his missus and >>442610 that shit as well. It's all pretty inoffensive stuff imo, he's managing to get by innit. Fair fucks to him.
>> No. 442619 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 3:13 pm
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>Contains sexual violence and disturbing scenes.
I wish I'd read that before I watched it.
>> No. 442620 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 4:12 pm
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To have a box of Kleenex ready?
>> No. 442621 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 4:15 pm
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You're bunch of sick fucks. I'm going to get some fresh air.
>> No. 442622 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 5:12 pm
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Do you use your left hand or your right hand to get that 'fresh air'?

>> No. 442614 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 12:58 pm
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Does defeatism become a self-fulfilling prophecy?

It feels like I'm seeing an increase in people with a fatalistic mindset, both online and amongst people I grew up with, that things are getting gradually worse and if you don't have a wealthy family behind you then you've got pretty much no chance. Now I largely agree with this sentiment but it is noticeable that the ones who complain about this the most seem to have decided that this means the system is rigged completely against them so there's no point in even trying, so they're in a worse financial position than most of their peers.

If we take home ownership, for example, I grew up in East Yorkshire and there is a noticeable split amongst people I went to school with; I'm 33 for reference. Those who saved up for a house have, by this point, been able to buy one. Those who bought into the mindset that they'd never be able to afford a house decided not to bother trying to save up for a deposit so they're still some way off, which they blame on privilege and capitalism rather than taking any responsibility for it. I appreciate home ownership is a pipe dream in certain parts of the country, particularly That London, but not whatsoever in a relatively cheap part of Yorkshire.

I think what I'm saying is we all know that things are shit, particularly if you're from a poorer background, but is the biggest factor in how successful you are your own mindset and how you adapt to this?
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>> No. 442615 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 1:40 pm
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>is the biggest factor in how successful you are your own mindset and how you adapt to this?

I think it is - sure, plenty of success is actually luck, and being in the right place at the right time, but the rest is positive mental attitude and just not giving up, most of the time.
>> No. 442616 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 2:01 pm
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>is the biggest factor in how successful you are your own mindset and how you adapt to this?
It's the biggest factor you can control. (Well, more your actions than your mindset - but same idea.)
But it's important not to confuse the inverse: Trying is a necessary precondition for success, but plenty of people will try and still fail. Failure doesn't mean that you didn't try, even if not trying means you will fail.
>> No. 442617 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 2:20 pm
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I respectfully disagree, OP. This is the kind of thing where hard data (with clear definitions for variables and transparent data collection methods) tends to come in really useful, because it's so easy to get swept along by general anecdotes when they're part of our personal experience.

But there are a load of possible biases that come along with asserting a broader conclusion like this based on just your observations. It's not necessarily that your observations are totally wrong, but there are factors you may not be taking into account.

Survivorship bias is one that stands out, here. The ones that worked hard and got their house prove your theory; the ones that perhaps worked equally hard and did not must not have tried for hard enough, or for long enough, or must have slipped into a negative mindset all of their own accord rather than as a result of their experiences.

Further to that, though, there are plenty of unseen mechanisms that might put someone in a better position to buy a house. It's also possible for someone to work hard and have plenty of advantages that aren't apparent to the outside world; a series of smaller loans from the bank of mum and dad while working things out, "social capital" in the form of networks or informal sponsorships, a stable relationship with a dual income, choosing a professional sector with a far more manageable set of demands for higher pay, and so on.

Putting all that aside, though, >>442616 is fundamentally correct, and has probably worded this better than I have. The system is certainly rigged to a degree, but those who do consistently perform the "right" set of actions will have a chance of success, while others fail despite trying, and others guarantee their failure by not trying at all. I very much doubt that everyone belongs exclusively to the last category at all times.

I think what you've really struck upon, OP, is the importance of what psychologists call the "locus of control". No one succeeds without exercising an internal locus of control, but not everyone will succeed even with it.
>> No. 442618 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 2:22 pm
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I consider this to be the Rot of intersectional politics. Individual effort is trivialised, and attributes are exaggerated, success is inevitable for the other (the privileged) and impossible for the self, so don't try and if you did, and did succeed it didn't really count because really you were just privileged and should be ashamed.
The only conclusion of this way of thinking is to just to complain until someone else fixes the problem for you, which is the internal irony of the whole thing, an expectation that others unfairly have power, but you internalising that system of power and just begging for them to change it for you.

>> No. 442357 Anonymous
21st February 2021
Sunday 7:40 pm
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The pandemic has undoubtedly hit some sectors of employment harder than others. Let's take a moment to reflect on the hard work done by the many hundreds of unsung toilet attendants in Britain's nightclubs, who are now languishing on furlough for close to one year.

We at britfa.gs salute you!
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>> No. 442540 Anonymous
25th February 2021
Thursday 9:02 am
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Reminds me of the Suebian knot or Norman haircut, you really need to back it up with some kind of swordsmanship or horse riding ability.
>> No. 442541 Anonymous
25th February 2021
Thursday 9:49 am
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Add samurai topknots to that list.

Generally you can make anything look silly if you are a deeply mediocre looking person trying to incorporate some eccentric aesthetic.
>> No. 442582 Anonymous
1st March 2021
Monday 3:57 pm
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> Generally you can make anything look silly if you are a deeply mediocre looking person trying to incorporate some eccentric aesthetic.

It's all about deciding how pretentious you want to be.
>> No. 442612 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 9:52 am
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People get tattoos for all sorts of reasons, but part of me wonders what it says to someone else who has had similar experiences to someone, is perfectly open about their experiences when asked or it becomes relevant, but doesn't have the tattoos of their counterpart who does. It also seems strange to me people having tattoos about their life experiences on display, and then getting very cagey when asked about them.
>> No. 442613 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 12:24 pm
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> It also seems strange to me people having tattoos about their life experiences on display, and then getting very cagey when asked about them.

It's because they mainly did it for themselves, and not for everyone to ask about that tattoo's siginificance.

What I've always found a bit tacky is people having tattoos of the names of their children and the date of birth. I may be wrong, but it seems to me like you only see that on decidedly lower-class people, often concomitant with exaggerated tribals.

>> No. 426868 Anonymous
16th May 2019
Thursday 5:49 pm
426868 Dream Thread Mk. II
Fitter when she was fat edition.

You know the drill lads. Here are a few helpful links in order to help you further your proficiency at dreaming, and hopefully elevate the quality of discussion about our nocturnal adventures:



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>> No. 442588 Anonymous
2nd March 2021
Tuesday 12:47 pm
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It turned out that loads of people were androids and they all voted for each other so all the world leaders were androids.
>> No. 442589 Anonymous
2nd March 2021
Tuesday 12:53 pm
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What's strange is that after a year of almost non-stop remote working, it hasn't entered my subconscious and I haven't had dreams about it at night.

One of my coworkers told me the other day that she had a dream about our usual team being in video chat and all of a sudden we all vanished and all she could see on her screen was empty chairs and desks.
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2nd March 2021
Tuesday 1:04 pm
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Is it strange? I don't remember having many exam-panic dreams while actually doing the exams. I'd expect that dreams about turning up to work and realising everyone's still WFH would mostly start happening after (if) WFH ends and everyone goes back to the office.
>> No. 442591 Anonymous
2nd March 2021
Tuesday 1:36 pm
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>It's odd how frequently I have these.

I have this as well. Maybe it is something to do with the socialisation you undergo as part of a degree to fret over time management to maintain your life.

>What's strange is that after a year of almost non-stop remote working, it hasn't entered my subconscious and I haven't had dreams about it at night.

The thing that confuses me is that if you watch enough of a tv show or play enough of a game you will still dream you're inside it. I think my subconscious has tried before with WFH dreams but there's something about exchanging information with floating heads that is beyond my imaginative abilities.

I wish it would though, I'm frankly tired of processing old memories.
>> No. 442592 Anonymous
2nd March 2021
Tuesday 5:16 pm
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>The thing that confuses me is that if you watch enough of a tv show or play enough of a game you will still dream you're inside it.

Yep. I replaced the clutch on my car just recently, which dragged on the entire day, and I went to bed dreaming about all the different parts of the clutch assembly that had to be taken apart and put back together. I remember then saying to myself in my dream, "Right, that's enough for the day".

>> No. 430053 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 8:53 am
430053 Literal "what are you feeling right now" thread
Shamelessly stealing the very excellent idea from >>/101/28964

Here is a place to post utterly inane observations about your current state of being.


I like birds but starlings are a massive noisy pain in the arse.
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>> No. 442577 Anonymous
1st March 2021
Monday 1:08 pm
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>and I fixed up enough to get it going with cheap parts

Again, ten quid extra for two brand-name tubes isn't a lavish expense. It'll probably cost you more than ten quid to fix the damage now.
>> No. 442578 Anonymous
1st March 2021
Monday 1:18 pm
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Again, I've never had a problem before, especially for less than a mile.

Mate who works in a bike shop seems to think it was nothing to do with quality of the tubes but just that they got pinched between the rim and the tyre. I inflated the tube a bit before putting it on, but maybe just didn't see.
>> No. 442579 Anonymous
1st March 2021
Monday 1:31 pm
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>just that they got pinched between the rim and the tyre

One thing you could do is rub some extra talcum powder on the tube, so that it slips into place more easily.
>> No. 442580 Anonymous
1st March 2021
Monday 2:22 pm
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The sky's so radiant and blue and my room so warm that I'm loath to go outside and force myself to accept that it's not yet midsummer.
>> No. 442581 Anonymous
1st March 2021
Monday 2:55 pm
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If you're lucky enough to have the weather today, it's a fantastic day. Really doing a good job of cheering me up; lovely golden sunshine in the South, warm enough to sit outside with a book/cup of tea.

>> No. 442401 Anonymous
22nd February 2021
Monday 2:39 pm
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Why do they keep giving idiots attention?

People post homophobic things online about Alan Carr standing in for Zoe Ball on Radio 2, it makes the national press. Someone posts something about Captain Tom burning in hell, it makes the national press. People post something racist about footballers like Ian Wright or Marcus Rashford, it makes the national press.

As far as I can tell, the message is be an obnoxious twat and you'll get the attention you sorely crave. It doesn't seem like much of a deterrent.
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>> No. 442501 Anonymous
23rd February 2021
Tuesday 8:08 pm
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My company is considered quite progressive in the industry in that we'll hire people with tattoos for public facing roles, as long as you cover them up when you're working. It's pretty funny as everyone uses those flesh coloured bandage sleeve things, so half the floor staff look like they've been involved in some sort of accident. I'd argue even a shit tattoo of a dolphin looks better, but if your customer base is 60% pensioners, you sort of have to suit their tastes.
>> No. 442517 Anonymous
24th February 2021
Wednesday 5:53 am
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So when was the last time any of you sacked someone for coming in with a new tattoo?
>> No. 442519 Anonymous
24th February 2021
Wednesday 9:04 am
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I haven't but if they didn't cover them up while on shift it wouldn't take long to get them out on uniform standards.
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24th February 2021
Wednesday 9:08 am
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It's like coming in with an open wound. I would expect them to be covered with detectable blue, once healed no one gives a shit.
>> No. 442521 Anonymous
24th February 2021
Wednesday 9:13 am
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(I also wouldn't ever do this because I don't care and don't agree with the policy but someone would)

>> No. 425684 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 11:36 pm
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So am I the only one who is getting a bit annoyed by this whole Greta Thunberg cult, or am I just too much of a cold hearted cynic that the world would be better off without?

I don't doubt the legitimate concern of her generation over climate change, after all it will fall to them to sort out the utter fucking mess that we have left the planet in, but all the awards that she is now being showered with are IMO just middle aged and old people's guilt over their own failure to save the planet's climate despite having had decades of prior warning, and who lost their way and succumbed to high carbon footprint consumerism somewhere between 1990s road protest villages and today's school runs in a 4x4. None of it feels sincere or genuine, it's more like, yeah, just take all these awards and shut the hell up already.

And parents whose children now protest every Friday or so are now engaging in pissing matches on twitter and Instagram to show off which one of their kids gets the most involved. As one commenter said, nothing good has ever come of a youth protest movement that was applauded by parents.
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>> No. 442509 Anonymous
23rd February 2021
Tuesday 9:17 pm
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>Same goes for our dwindling fresh-water supplies.

This is the biggie. We are completely destroying the ocean and that only hastens everything else. As you say about supply chains too, ships are already struggling due to more extreme weather at sea making it harder to import/export, and that's happening right now.
>> No. 442510 Anonymous
23rd February 2021
Tuesday 9:22 pm
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Saddam Hussein is looking rough these days.


Mea culpa, mea maxima culpa.

I just googled "differences between Malaysia and Indonesia" and nobody seems to know. Indonesians are povvos and they've got slightly different styles of Batik, apparently. Malaysia has a Grand Prix? Answers on a postcard etc.
>> No. 442513 Anonymous
23rd February 2021
Tuesday 10:08 pm
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What kind of giga-pleb doesn't know about the Sepang Grand Prix? Moron.
>> No. 442514 Anonymous
23rd February 2021
Tuesday 11:12 pm
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> Same goes for our dwindling fresh-water supplies.

I think the problem is more going to be their uneven distribution. Places like Central and especially Southeastern Europe are at risk of massive prolonged droughts, and we've seen some of it already, whereas the rise in sea
temperatures will mean far more evaporation which will be dumped down somewhere a thousand miles downwind in absolutely torrential rainfalls. This is going to be true especially for many areas in the Tropics.

And then in Britain, you will increasingly see years with both immense rain and then drought, all during the same vegetation period.

None of it is good. An absence of rainwater will make crop farming very difficult for obvious reasons, but extreme rainfall can wash away and denude soils, or rot crops, and thus equally make the production of food staples increasingly difficult.
>> No. 442515 Anonymous
23rd February 2021
Tuesday 11:58 pm
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F1 is dull as piss and you know it. I haven't followed the formula for years, but let me guess what the news is: Hamilton won the Drivers Championship, Mercedes won the Constructors, Ferrari are moaning about the engine regulations because they want a "red cars get an extra 100hp" rule, one of the backmarker teams went tits-up because their headline sponsor turned out to be a Nigerian prince, there's some kind of cost control regulation that makes absolutely no difference and Red Bull have sacked another driver. Am I close?

>> No. 442324 Anonymous
20th February 2021
Saturday 7:57 pm
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Does anybody understand what his documentaries are actually saying?

He seems to grab random things from history and make up a clever sounding narrative that "explains" them. It's just documentary porn with nice video clips and music.
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>> No. 442345 Anonymous
21st February 2021
Sunday 11:27 am
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People have decided this lockdown is a great opportunity to recycle topics we've gone over again and again.
>> No. 442348 Anonymous
21st February 2021
Sunday 1:27 pm
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But this was an illusion which served not to set us free, but to make us weird and paranoid like Richard Nixon.
>> No. 442354 Anonymous
21st February 2021
Sunday 5:09 pm
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>if one simply aggregates vibrancy from tangible factors then the resulting figure will be worthy of suspicion with some ropey assumptions about how to weight those factors.

That's ultimately going to be shaped by policy of the day and the relative levels of oversight (including of course public transparency) but I'm sure you can see why a regional standard would be a broadly good thing. These days you really can't address knotty problems like loneliness or drug use using one or two metrics because effective solutions require coordinated government action across multiple factors and agencies that necessitate an overarching framework.

I suppose ARE ADAM would play some Brian Eno over this post and argue "approaching the world like a man left alone with a tape measure only creates a simulacrum" but I don't see how else you can try to solve complex problems or track returns on investment in public goods. We do have complex problems that have been solved very well in this context, the London Olympics being a good example where from start to finish its was simulacrum'ed to death to ensure the underground didn't break or we end up like Greece after their Olympics with no plan beyond the closing ceremony to deliver benefits.

>did we see a gigantic expansion of the vibrancy of our rural communities under Blair?

I don't know from personal experience as I was 9 when Major left office. It's difficult to find metrics on this because the public sector has only really just started on doing end-of-life policy assessment and over the period there are much more sexy topics for academics to study like militant daft woggery prevention strategies.

If you have nothing better to do on a Sunday there have been tomes written on how we should address complex problems in recent years and something society in general has really only just started to approach:
>> No. 442355 Anonymous
21st February 2021
Sunday 5:25 pm
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If this is the mandella effect both you and I skipped the same universe. fortunately I've found a portal back >>/v/23506.
>> No. 442356 Anonymous
21st February 2021
Sunday 6:20 pm
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In my timeline it was spelled Mandela.

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>> No. 442290 Anonymous
18th February 2021
Thursday 10:57 pm
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Just wondering, how much is an eighth nowadays?

It was £7.50 last time I bought one back in the 90s.
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>> No. 442317 Anonymous
19th February 2021
Friday 11:02 pm
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I still have a Charlie White business card from Leeds somewhere. It had a picture of a horse on it.

I worked with a chap who occupied/maintained grow houses as a side gig/place to live, the sheer amount of them was staggering, and that was just one bloke telling me what he knew from one operation.

Yorkshire is definitely a centre for many drugs, I am from Newcastle and I noticed that drugs up here are still more expensive than Leeds despite the scottish connections. So much so that buying a few grams of coke at street price in Leeds/Bradford then taking a trip back home could prove usefully lucrative. It wasn't bad stuff either, it was good fishscale at £60 a gram. If one was inclined one could have made some serious money just selling on to people they knew. Not that I did that.
>> No. 442319 Anonymous
19th February 2021
Friday 11:08 pm
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I always enjoyed how charmingly uncreative dealers are with their names. Mine was called Greeny.

Sarf Leeds folk will no doubt know of the big hench back guy who goes by Major, who used to just poach people on Morley high street.
>> No. 442320 Anonymous
20th February 2021
Saturday 12:24 am
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Tea isn't grown in Yorkshire though.

>> No. 442336 Anonymous
20th February 2021
Saturday 11:47 pm
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My mate Dave grows it hydroponic in his shed in Barnsley. It's proper good.

He's considering using his tabby cat to make some Yorkshire-style Civet Coffee to take advantage of post-brexit pro-business incentives.
>> No. 442346 Anonymous
21st February 2021
Sunday 1:11 pm
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You wonder how people first got the idea to have a brew from coffee beans shat out by an animal. It must have started as some kind of dare between coffee plantation workers. Or some practical joke.

And it's not even highly regarded in coffee expert circles:

>Within the coffee industry, kopi luwak is widely regarded as a gimmick or novelty item. The Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) states that there is a "general consensus within the industry ... it just tastes bad".


>> No. 439651 Anonymous
17th October 2020
Saturday 4:48 pm
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New weekend thread, gloom and doom edition.

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>> No. 442235 Anonymous
15th February 2021
Monday 8:23 pm
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I posted this in response to the Geri video thinking this was the 'still fit' thread lol.
>> No. 442236 Anonymous
15th February 2021
Monday 10:34 pm
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Deep down, it's all 'still fit' threads.
>> No. 442246 Anonymous
16th February 2021
Tuesday 10:45 pm
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Bumping to get fat lass further down the page.
>> No. 442297 Anonymous
19th February 2021
Friday 11:15 am
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In 1970s London, young fashion designer Estella de Vil becomes obsessed with dogs' skins, especially Dalmatians, until she eventually becomes a ruthless and terrifying legend known as Cruella.
>> No. 442323 Anonymous
20th February 2021
Saturday 2:48 am
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I think I just have to accept that I naturally go to sleep at 7PM and wake up At 1 or 2AM.

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>> No. 428025 Anonymous
25th June 2019
Tuesday 10:52 pm
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My other half has squeezed all of the washing up liquid into a Kilner bottle.

Lads, I don't get it. I really don't get it. I mean, I gave up trying to understand women a long time ago but every now and then something happens that leaves me utterly flummoxed beyond all comprehension. Is 'WITH NOTHING TO SAY BECAUSE I AM A CUNT' still wordfiltered? I mean, she's moved it from one bottle... to another bottle. It doesn't even pour that well so you always end up using more than you intended to. I doubt anyone in the entire history of humankind has ever thought "washing up liquid in a glass bottle, nice." It's bright yellow and she also pours the cooking oil into a Kilner bottle, which she doesn't store too far away from it, so I can almost certainly guarantee at some point in the future she'll end up frying food in washing up liquid. The lid is also a faff. Just... why? Why, lads?

Can you lads please reassure me that your lasses do stupid shit like this?
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>> No. 442285 Anonymous
18th February 2021
Thursday 6:26 pm
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I always ask for a hot-buttered lasagne just to be sure.
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18th February 2021
Thursday 8:35 pm
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If you're not eating hot buttered Frey Bentos pies in big white hot, buttered, toastedfloury baps is life even really worth bothering with?
>> No. 442287 Anonymous
18th February 2021
Thursday 9:34 pm
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It doesn't matter if it's an abnormal way of having toast, it's the better way of having toast. Toast is toast once it's toasted, whether it cools or not.
>> No. 442288 Anonymous
18th February 2021
Thursday 9:51 pm
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Might as well just eat stale bread to save on energy then.
>> No. 442289 Anonymous
18th February 2021
Thursday 10:27 pm
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If you're not going to engage seriously with toast discourse then don't even bother.

>> No. 442238 Anonymous
16th February 2021
Tuesday 6:59 pm
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So, I made a bet with some Indians about the cricket... I had to dress like this for them while we watched the second half because we were losing that badly... :/
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>> No. 442239 Anonymous
16th February 2021
Tuesday 7:04 pm
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I'm not sure where your weird roleplay would be appropriate but it's not /b/.

>> No. 441416 Anonymous
6th January 2021
Wednesday 2:04 pm
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[b]Lockdown: Clap for Carers to return as Clap for Heroes[\b]

Clap for Carers is to return under a new name of Clap for Heroes, the initiative's founder has said. The weekly applause for front-line NHS staff and other key workers ran for 10 weeks during the UK's first coronavirus lockdown last spring. Founder Annemarie Plas tweeted that it would return at 20:00 GMT on Thursday.


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>> No. 441491 Anonymous
7th January 2021
Thursday 10:31 pm
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My favourite part of her statement is saying she doesn't have the authority to cancel it, when she decided she had the authority to bring it back in the first place despite no demand for it whatsoever.
>> No. 442224 Anonymous
13th February 2021
Saturday 6:06 am
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Is this post what the young 'uns would call "based" and "sissifyed"?
>> No. 442225 Anonymous
13th February 2021
Saturday 6:45 am
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they've never had it so easy as they have during this pandemic
>> No. 442226 Anonymous
13th February 2021
Saturday 12:39 pm
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Everything about this post makes me sick. The self importance, the persistent implication that she's in the right, the idea that "We're just trying to show our appreciation" through a fucking *clap*, it's all shit, all bollocks, she doesn't deserve to be getting threats but something tells me she's not gotten no more abuse than being called 'cunt' in a variety of ways.

Why do people who use "I'm just trying to do something nice" get in my arse so much? There's something so insidious about it, like because it seems like a nice thing it *must* be good. But it's not, it's a fucking distraction and a waste!
>> No. 442227 Anonymous
13th February 2021
Saturday 3:50 pm
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Because it’s a true example of the shipping forecast. The cause is always irrelevant to these people and they’re not there to provide meaningful support, rather just the public appearance of support for the purpose of their own self satisfaction and/or gratification from the people too stupid to recognise what is actually going on.

>> No. 441738 Anonymous
20th January 2021
Wednesday 7:54 pm
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Where does the stereotype originate from that British\English woman are so ugly? It seems like usually stereotypes have some underlying reasoning or origin such as poor cooking or how mountain-people are sheep shaggers but this one makes no sense.

We're even rated as having the most attractive men.
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>> No. 442135 Anonymous
7th February 2021
Sunday 9:27 pm
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Hamburg is fun, there's loads of things you can do, but you probably won't experience it with your (female) friend the same way you would on a lads night out like we did.

Make sure you eat a shrimp sandwich. That's sort of their local specialty. Ask your friend about it.
>> No. 442136 Anonymous
7th February 2021
Sunday 9:40 pm
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>> No. 442137 Anonymous
7th February 2021
Sunday 9:46 pm
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Well I assumed you've got a lass in Hamburg who wants to have a shag.
>> No. 442139 Anonymous
8th February 2021
Monday 1:17 pm
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If you're shagging men you can't say it's being "lewd", there's too much testosterone involved for words like that.
>> No. 442141 Anonymous
8th February 2021
Monday 2:45 pm
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Wasn't the definition of illegal homosexual sex in the old days that you were engaging in "lewd acts" with a person of your own gender?

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