>>411640 I like it, but there are things that still bug me. I almost never browse the bigger subreddits anymore. Too shitty.
My current issue is that /r/montageparodies has stopped being about montage parodies and is now filled with LazyTown and Nutshack videos. The active community has shifted so much that actual montage parodies are more likely to get downvoted.
why do trailers and ads usually suck much much more than the show they are advertising? They seem to miss the point of everything in an attempt to make the show look cool and dramatic, when that's not what the show is trying to do.
A trailer has a couple of minutes (at best!) to get across pretty much everything about what it’s advertising to the potential viewing audience. Such a trailer can work for a film because a film is (typically) a standalone story where the premise and such can be summed up in two minutes. A TV show often runs for longer than a film does, though — and it can evolve not just over the seasons, but even during a season — so trying to advertise a TV show through a trailer can result in some…disconnect between the trailer and the end product.
So I try to remember things by turning them into a song, but now the problem is that Do The Fucking Laundry And Prepare The Dough turned out to be such a banger that I can't get it out of my head even after I already accomplished aforementioned tasks.
>>411872 >computer tower >with its power button on the top This seems, to me, like a bad design choice, not only for ignoring the possibility of cats but also for probably encouraging people to put their comptuer case on the floor, where more dust will build up in it faster.
So it has been a month and some more since I decided to quit my fetish Looking for porn and avoiding my fetish on /aco/ has been such a difficult task. I been fapping to stuff I had lying around I haven't erased or stuff from other fetish I have and I had to start using 4chanX's catalog to avoid threads on /aco/ and I fucking hate how that catalog works Hopefully I can last a couple of years like this
>>412108 >Looking for porn and avoiding my fetish I don't recall you sharing your fetish, but if it's well contained in it's own advertised threads, then you can probably use filters to remove threads about it.
>>412190 >>412186 Just use a lens to invert the image. That's what we do when we buy DVDs from overseas.
>>412187 As an Sydneysider, I think so. Much better than all the other countries I saw (and that's not me being snotty). I didn't see London though, I've heard they're usually good. >https://youtu.be/R26aQh-IUwA?t=369 Also, 17:10 has the infamous waterfall fireworks, which are traditional on Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Too late for me. This past year, I've started flossing and being a good boy, but I used to drink orange juice every day, never drink water and not brush for weeks. I'm lucky my teeth are still as good as they are (noticeable yellow discolouration, slightly transparent I think).
This would probably be better suited for /mtv/, but fuck it.
If you are a pro wrestling fan, go watch Kazuchika Okada vs Kenny Omega from yesterday's NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 11 event. WWE will try multiple times to host a match that good during all of 2017. It will most likely fail to do so.
>>412299 >I think that suicide baiting is a bit more than a petty threat. It's a serious crime with serious consequences. You are right.
>>412306 >If you are a pro wrestling fan. Are most pro wrestling (I assume that's WWE stuff) fans aware that those hits are faked and acted? (It would still require a fair bit of fitness and skill though)
>>412330 >Are most pro wrestling (I assume that's WWE stuff) fans aware that those hits are faked and acted? (It would still require a fair bit of fitness and skill though) Nearly universally yes. Are you aware that most movies aren't documentaries but are, in fact, fiction?
Wrestling is literally just stage acting with punching, and a lot of wrestlers and fans, especially younger ones, are literal theater majors.
And that is the beauty of professional wrestling: If a match is performed in the right way by the right people under the right circumstances, it can inspire the kind of emotional reactions we feel when we watch a movie, TV show, book, or other form of art.
Take the moment in this webm, for example. Without context, it seems like a simple Precision F-Strike. But with context - Sexy Star had been harassed and assaulted by Mariposa and her brother Marty for months, and she was given a "No Mas" Match so she could put away Mariposa for good - the moment is akin to a similar moment in a movie or a book. The match was designed so people would want to see Sexy Star win (which she did). LU wanted fans to rejoice in seeing her take down her foes once and for all, and this moment was a well-timed emotional push that led into the match's climax. (It was also the first F-bomb ever dropped on "Lucha Underground", which counts for something, too.)
>>412342 I understand what you mean. I personally see that wrestling as pure entertainment rather than sport (and now that you mention it, I guess it can be appreciable art). I personally don't enjoy it so I would naturally miss context and plots/drama that a repeat-viewer would notice and praise (such as the meaning behind that emotional release shown in that webm). However, thank you both for changing my perception of the show.
Oh yes, pro wrestling is a performance art much like live theater, and it is just as much a platform for storytelling. The depth and the variety of stories that pro wrestling can tell are both limited by the form's central "combat sport" conceit, sure. But it is still just as capable of creating the same kind of emotional catharsis that you might get from a good movie, or even an excellent game in a real sport (e.g., Game 7 of last year's World Series).
Different companies have different approaches to how they present their take on pro wrestling. Whereas WWE is a mix of "reality show" and "scripted drama", Lucha Underground is more of a "scripted drama" take, and New Japan is far closer to a "pure sport" take than most other companies in the world. No approach is necessarily better than the others, and they all have specific idiosyncracies and cultural touches that make them a unique "flavor".
I'm listening to a Howard Stern interview (and granted, I've never heard him before and it's just one interview) but he seems like an A-grade cunt, whose goal is to try and cause fights for entertainment. There are two people who are (surprisingly) being nice to each other and agreeing, and this douche is trying to put words in their mouths and keeps trying to search for a shred of negative emotion.
And I know that other radio and TV hosts do the same, but fuck those parasites.
[disclaimer: if I say something which isn't true, tell me. I'm no expert on law]
I now dread the idea of me ever being chosen for jury duty.
Honestly, I would be intrigued but the judicial process. That might even be fun for me. I know from doing temp work and election work that it's fascinating to me to experience a new aspect of society.
However, I hate the idea that a single, ultra-stubborn person has disproportionate power. If a jury worked off of a two-third majority or one half majority or some shit, I would gladly volunteer to sit jury. But the fact that every single person needs to agree upon a verdict just encourages people to reverse their decision just to get on with their fucking life.
Take the following extreme yet plausible scenario: >innocent person is innocent >sufficient evidence is given to prove innocence >one person on the jury is an extremist racist who will not accept anything other than a verdict of guilty >everyone else knows innocent person is innocent >but racist is so stubborn that the only viable options are a guilty verdict, an infinite deadlock, or murder most likely outcome: guilty verdict, despite clear innocence
Furthermore, I seem to have some unpopular opinions on what is right and wrong in some cases, so there is a strong chance at least one stubborn person will disagree with me on something.
>>412377 PS. Decided to do a bit of reading. The protocol for a hung jury/deadlock differs by country: some require unanimity, others require an attempt at unanimity but a super-majority can be accepted after an extended time. If I have read correctly, my state of Australia allows a hung jury to basically ditch the case and request a retrial at a later date with a different jury. That's cool, I guess.
>>412474 If you haven't seen them, look at the updates. The author admits to a bit of exaggeration due to misunderstanding. I recommend definitely reading the comment linked in update 1, which addresses this article.
On another note, I was thinking something along the same lines as the line in Update 1 Comment: >As matter of fact, this work is perhaps may be even more important to Linguistics and Psychology than it is to computer science.
>>412486 >malls The nearest mall is about an hour drive away. >record stores My local one closed a few years back. The nearest one is 45 minutes away. >arcades I think the only time I've been to an arcade is when I visited Las Vegas.
>>412454 How to detect American, understand behavior of American, and deal with dangers:
1. Americans baring your teeth like a chimp for no reason, even when they are sad or angry. Americans is impossible to tell when they are happy because teeth always bared similar to a blue whale straining krill through its teeth (more on this later). This type of behavior is an animalistic sign of poor civilization among Americans.
2. The chief reason for Americans permanent smile is trying to get their prey to lower their defenses so it can suck all the money out of them. When an American smile at you, get ready for your wallet to be penetrated with its proboscis.
3. If an person smiles at you before knowing your name, it is likely an american in disguise of a person.
4. Dust the american with a light coating of polonium which it will foolishly carry back into its lair to kills its brood. this is the best way to remove an american infestation.
5. If the american has no brood, coat a three cup with polonium and pour some samovar three in there to dissolve it. then give the american three cups of three. this kills the american.
6. Another test for americans is to take their socks off and see if they have leg thumbs. Americans never take their shoes off, even when coming into a home, because they want to hide the fact that they lack all ten leg thumbs. their feet look like flippers because they are descended from europeans that could swim across the ocean.
7. Ever see how fake an Americans teeth appear? This is because Americans are born toothless with gills. When they reach puberty they go to an plastic surgeon to have their gills sewn and a set of teeth made in a factory in China installed. This gives the American an appearance of a person, and explains why plastic surgery is a major factor in American development from larva to predatory adult.
8. Also being loud in public, it is a type of diversionary behavior for Americans hunting in packs. Loudness of one American will attract your attention, while the second of the hunting pair will sneak up behind you and stab your wallet with its proboscis.
9. They wear shorts even when not doing sports. Also their shorts go over the knee. This is because they cold blood and need to expose skin to sun to warm their metabolism.
10. An American will always suspiciously try to convince you they are a real person by saying "I'm really Irish" or "I'm really German, all my ancestors are!". This pathetic attempt makes it easy to spot.
DANGAR IMPORTANT: If you travel to an area where bread is sweetened, you are entered the territory of an American. Slowly back away 1000km to leave its domain.
Some fucker threw an egg at bedroom window. Didn't pay it much heed and after a bit went and wiped it off.
Then awhile later they threw another one. Spent more time actually staying out and cleaning my window this time and it hasn't happened again yet.
This weirded me out a bit, since its just so random being today isn't a particularly special date for this sort of nonsense and I don't know anyone around here enough to have influenced them to throw shit at me.
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Listening to a podcasts from the beginning is such a weird feeling. It's like to a friend who has been in a coma about all the events they missed, but it's also a cool remembering all the recent-ish events and how I felt about them.
Just a friendly reminder to keep ontop of the mold during the chilly season by keeping your windows closed to keep a consistent room temperature, but turning off the heating and venting your room/appartment by opening the doors and windows for short bursts at regular intervals.
I had upstairs neighbors who were awesome. Two 20-something guys, nice and clean cut, but I slept below their bedroom, and I heard what went on. One of them was like a machine. I used to lay awake in awe of this dude. A constant rhythm, perfect sync, and I could tell he was hitting it deep for a good 30 minutes nonstop.
I fapped a couple of times. Not in a gay way. But gay or straight, if you heard this guy and his deep-pound-method, it’d amaze you like it amazed me.
Eventually, I realized that I slept below their kitchen, not their bedroom. And that I had fapped to the laundry on spin-cycle. And that they were probably just two straight guys sharing an appartment.
My roommate convinced me he was technically-capable when we first roomed together, and now because of his shitty choice of antivirus protection I;m needing to gut my laptop almost entirely.
I'm managing to save the backed up personal stuff but losing alot of game shit, and its going to be a hassle setting it all up again. Goddammit. Its been in the shop for a couple of days but hopefully I should get it back tomorrow?
>>413859 >Remnants of /new/ still around? I don't really know. I personally arrived here after /new/ and /durp/ were gone, and I never really noticed much political drama/shitposting until about a year or two ago. Maybe an occasional back-and-forth about SJWs or GamerGate, but nothing like what we have now. Fortunately, it's well contained here.
>>413859 >Unsurprising. Porn is important to people. I thought it would have taken a hit once 4chan made /aco/ (and /trash/), but it didn't really. Maybe it was because of a couple of artist who regular /pco/, or because /aco/ doesn't allow loli or furry.
>>413868 +/new/ was a massive shit show. It was just news articles about China all the time.Well, thats how I remember it anyway. And yeah, +/pol/ is relatively well contained now, but it definitely oozes from time to time. I wouldn't mind +/new/ being resurrected to toss the vapid and unfriendly +/pol/ threads off of /baw/, not like thats gonna happen or change much, but I can dream.
I still remember I marathoned all of Beast Wars right before /durp/ was supposed to switch over to Transformers as it's topic. I was heartfallen to say the least. Was /durp/ 5 years ago?? My old vlc screencaps say I took them back in 2012. Could it be real? Have I been here for 5+ years? I know I've been here longer because I remember hearing about the plus4chan radio waaay back in 08 or 09 and then lurking here.
>>413876 I arrived after /durp/ dies, and before +4.org's last revamp. >/durp/ will return September 2nd. ;_;
Although I think I was here a bit earlier, the earliest post of mine I can find is pic related on /pco/, mid 2013. I also found a screencap of a post from a few days before the pic related, which was of a SYM anon laughing at how they got a 3 month ban for saying "im 12 and what is this?"
Is anyone else having problems with their computer, have Windows 7, and think it may be related to recent updates?
Since Monday I've been having problems, like when I right-click the context-sensitive menu will appear for a split second then vanish or the Start menu doesn't open when I'm clicking the button or when I press Ctrl+Alt+Dlt the screen that appears can last about a second before going away. Also when I'm typing a reply on 4chan the box will vanish/when I type text into google search it will randomly disappear.
Took it into the computer shop for a few days, they've done their tests andvirus scans, we deleted everything and started fresh. The day I took it home it seemed alright, was on it for a fair few hours setting it up again with no issue. The next day, today, the same problems have been happening, notably this is AFTER I downloaded and installed all the windows updates onto it.
The only other possibility is that I'm catching something incredibly sneaky from here, 4chan proper or tvtropes since they were the only sites I happened to browse in that timeframe.
Also another problem that has appeared, when booting up the computer at a certain point and as its running through all its startup a different screen/menu I don't recognize will flicker up briefly before returning to what it had been at just before and cycling between them with no end. Have to spam F8 to bring up the Safe Modes option screen and choose the 'start computer normally' option.
So I wrote that with my new phone I'm watching cartoons in bed before falling asleep. A couple of nights ago I had no wi fi so I had to go straight to sleep, it was an awful night, I had a paper thin sleep cycle, waking up on small intervals and I did not had dreams ; I kept thinking on the same stuff I had in mind when I went to bed. Plus when I watch cartoons I fal asleep easier solving my life long sleep issues.
>me at the tax office: "Hey this might look like X at first glance, but it's Y, so it should NOT be taxed like X. Here's the proper documentation for it." >people at the tax office: "Alright, that's cool. We totally get it." >letter from the tax office two weeks later: "Hey we're gonna tax your X, so please pay us all this money you don't have." Fuck bureaucracy forever.
>doing online psychology research participation signup test >get to a page which seems to be aimed at identifying autistic traits Such as focusing on details rather than whole things, enjoying figuring out "categories of things" (like types of trains, types on plants), social difficulties, etc. I never really figured out if I was on the spectrum. I have a feeling I am borderline or aspie. Not that it really matters.
When was the last tine you saw those demotivational pictures. Not fuckscapes, but that old meme where people would insert a thick black border and stern white text around a picture. And then people would make chains of them, replying to the comment of the previous author.
They were everywhere and half of them were absolute shit, but I still liked them.
Thank you for reminding me (not by how you used the word, but simply because you did use it):
>>>/co/245227 "Irony" is one of the greatest, most useful words, but only because I use it incorrectly. When will all the main dictionaries add append a colloquial definition to make the incorrect usages correct?
>participated in interesting psychological research study >during debrief, told it uses deceptive pretense >is a large cooperative study >asks me not to tell anyone about it until april to avoid affecting results of later participants I just want to tell everyone but I can't. This sucks.
I started walking to the bus and ran into a bunch of what I believe are called sandflies. I thought there were following me when I ran away, but it turns out that every five metres was a 1.5 foot sphere of them, as well as a general mist of them everywhere.
There's even a large swarm at the bus stop, but most of them stuck to the other side of it.
I took a short video. At least a hundred tiny itchy flies. Fucking airmines.
What kind of idiot actually thought creating & spreading a nonsense term like "Manspreading" was a clever idea?
Is it just any time a man sits with his legs not clamped together or only specifically when a man is laying across multiple seats on public transport? If the latter why is it relegated to only men as a term when people of any potential gender can be assholish and take up more public space than is warranted?
Its almost like some sort of parody term but then people go and use it straight.
>>414371 >Manspreading Not going to lie, I kept confusing that word with "mansplaining".
>>414371 >If the latter why is it relegated to only men as a term when people of any potential gender can be assholish and take up more public space than is warranted? Because the people who created and spread the word are often misandrists who insist the act is an attempt at displaying the genitals and/or generally establishing dominance.
I have not seen either movie, but I hold deep appreciation for the animators/art directors of the new Peanuts movie and the new Captain Underpants movie (I assume it's the same group) since they've managed to animate a 2D comic/book in a 3D CGI format without making them look like shit.
I hope the Captain Underpants film has a Flip-O-Rama sequence
I might have mentioned this at the time (months ago), but I recall talking on some board, maybe /r9k/, to someone about an insecurity they had with pornography. I brought up the topic of religion and values and they mentioned that they were NatSoc. I remember then understanding first-hand the way in which 4chan (and some other websites) tends to minimise prejudice: that person was nice and respectful in conversation, and until he told me, I had not idea he had strong views in contrast to my own. And in a way the site helps people from completely different backgrounds find common ground and have civilized, beneficial conversation.
My mother just came up for a visit, she wanted to let me know they had gotten their wills in order. Basically I'm the executor for my mother while my step-sister is the executor for my step-dad. All very basic procedure and something you need to get done but still slightly troubling to dwell on what with the never ending march of time & mortality. Have a younger (young adult) brother too who my mother is caring for the past year since he's suffering HARD from our family history of depression etc so it brought his situation into focus in mind as well, be me who'll need to make arrangements for him if the situation changes.
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>make post on forum 23 days ago asking for a source >crickets.wav >yesterday finally post the content I wanted to use the source for, but without the source >check inbox today >someone just posted the correct answer now
>browsing desuarchives for a post >happen to find a post in which someone suggests an anon watch an episode another show that has a plot directly related to their comment >mfw he gave the name and number of the wrong episode I can see how he made the mix-up, kind of.
It was Moral Orel, poster said "Trigger" but meant "Passing" (regarding the montage where Clay enjoys being slapped by his father).
(Well, depends on how you define "transitioned". He hasn't gotten any surgery but he's long been transvestite and he is attempting to transition via pseudo-science. Also at one point, quote, "Chris had actually sliced himself open with a knife in order to free the vagina he thought was growing within him". That was a disgusting saga.)
Shame the girl running that twitter account is gone now. Though she left in March. http://www.adweek.com/brand-marketing/social-media-manager-behind-tweets-that-became-wendys-super-bowl-campaign-is-leaving-the-company/
Other Fast food chains twitter accounts are run by some cool guys but lack the smugness of Wendy's girl. I she started writing those things because she was on her way out and said "fuck it, time to smug it up".
>>414603 It happens. 4chan can't always be the forefront of things. Here are the threads for those missed out.
I've just been for my dental checkup and I seem to have an impacted wisdom tooth?
She is arranging for me me to have it removed since the black mark on the xray is a sign of impending decay, better to be on the waiting list now rather than try to do it in the future when a serious infection is making my life misery.
Never had any sort of surgery at all before, and I've heard the horror stories of wisdom teeth removal, can't stop thinking about it tonight and gettin anxious.
>>414652 Oh yeah. I love old South Park. I watched all of the commentary for the first 8 seasons. It's very interesting how the episode about the civil war reenactment was super important, being the reason Cartman's accent became more southern-like. And it was also an episode that they made when the voice actress for most of the recurring women died so they had to make an episode that didn't have many girls in it.
I stopped watching South Park around season 8, but I'm of the personal opinion that it only got better over time. I don't know about any season past 8 though, obviously.
>>414656 I haven't watched any of the past two seasons, but I reckon the show is still pretty good in the past five seasosn. More hit-and-miss, and more formulaic (a necessity due to the 7-day production cycle) but still very good. It's just a much different show to what it was. The old episodes are more about the kids' adventures, rather than the newer episodes of which most are purely satiries of sociopolitical issues.
>>414659 >The transformation into pure political satire is impossible to stand when P&S are big lovers of the Golden Mean Fallacy.
Eh, they over-abuse the golden mean fallacy, there's no doubt about that, but they do have a specific political ideology they always favor--smug conservative-leaning libertarianism. Even the golden mean bullshit fits that, as Libertarians are the first to play the "Both sides are the same!" card.
>>414578 >puts 'The Classic' blue and red stripped shirt (that had been damaged and left in a soaking wet garbage bag for months) up on eBay starting at $12,000 >winning bid was $25,100 >"The winning bidder did not pay."
>>414736 That's a wonderful gesture, and as someone who monetises some videos I thank you. This whole advertiser boycott was due to some major advertisers finding their ads alongside videos containing hate speech and other unfriendly content. YouTube has made steps to try and regain advertisers trust but the boycott is still on. Apparently things are expected to get better by (America's) summer.
I don't like Lycanthropy being an infectious disease. I can accept people becoming a werewolf from a ritual or latent genes. Lycanthropy being a disease, I feel, makes the life changing event of being part-man, part-beast less... mythical.
>>414785 Touchy about being a furfag? Its no different really to asking someone if they are a drawfag.
Werewolves are generally a curse like Vampires, an unnatural monstrous taint that can be passed on through their insidious jaws. Was curious from the way alpharius phrased the being part man / part beast as something with such seeming nobility.
If you prefer hippy masterrace werewolves/shapeshifting-beastmen that only increase their numbers by breeding naturally there's certainly enough of that around to find isn't there?
And I'm not saying that werewolves should stop being monsters, oh no. I'm just saying I prefer werewolves that are born (natural) or purposefully made (magic/curse/ritual). World of Darkness and Innistrad are examples of settings where I like there werewolves. I will admit, I do love basically everything about those two settings. Except Return to Innistrad and New World of Darkness, as both have their problems in my eyes. And I think another reason that I don't like Lycanthropy being an infectious disease is that I feel that it should be Vampirisms thing. It fits the themes of Vampirism better. And I will admit that Lycanthropy being an infectious disease is useful for a myriad for different story or mechanical reasons, I just wanted to toss my opinion out there. This is the Speak Your Mind thread, yo.
>>414786 >Its no different really to asking someone if they are a drawfag. It really is. 'Furry' and 'furfag' are two words for the same thing, but one has a far more negative connotation. 'Drawfag' doesn't have that kind of connotation because no-one really uses it as an insult, and no-one really uses it outside of imageboards.
>>414787 Are you annoyed at the whole "werewolf biting human makes human a werewolf" thing, or by people trying to rationalise the transfer as a disease rather than a mythical supernatural curse?
>>414793 Not annoyed exactly, but transfer as a disease is my least favorite way someone can become a werewolf. De-mystifying supernatural stuff by explaining it with science is all fine and dandy with me, I just prefer Lycanthropy to not spread by disease. If anything, my beef might be more with the urban fantasy genre than Lycanthropy being a disease.
>>414796 >The name Filipino was derived from the term "las Islas Filipinas" ("the Philippine Islands"), the name given to the archipelago in 1543 by the Spanish explorer and Dominican priest Ruy López de Villalobos, in honour of Philip II of Spain (Spanish: Felipe II). The lack of the letter "F" in the pre-1987 Philippine alphabet, Abakada, had caused the letter "F" to be substituted with "P". Upon official adoption of the modern, 28-letter Filipino alphabet in 1987, the name Filipino was preferred over Pilipino. However the ABAKADA is only the Alphabet of the Tagalogs as other Ethnic Nations also have their own alphabet and/or writing script and these other Ethnic Nations has letter "F" in their alphabet.
Which one? Because I could accuse this of being a problem with English rather than a problem with Tagalog from the start.
For that matter, the people who live in the Netherlands are the Dutch, not Netherlanders or Netherlandish, and people from New Zealand are called kiwis. So I mean....yeah. Part of the problem is that we call a lot of countries by the wrong name in English though--like calling España "Spain" and 中国(Zhōngguó) "China." Or, if you're the president of the united states, "Gyna."
>>414801 >and people from New Zealand are called kiwis That one is a colloquial term named after their national bird, equivalent to calling an Australian an 'aussie'. New Zealander is still used.
However I completely agree with the rest of your post. It's like how many of us still call native North Americans 'Indians' despite knowing for centuries that they don't live in India. Or like how we call pineapples that when almost ever other language says ananas. We're very stubborn when it comes to language.
>>414880 1) Shit ones go well with cheaper alcohol spirits (talking about the Coca-Cola company and competitors) 2) Good ones taste good, in moderation (L&P is properly good) 3) I loved sugar and bubbles even more as a little kid, and my parents never let me have them so they were awesome
4) They are literally addictive.
>>414881 Ever had an avocado smoothie? Properly rank. Ugh.
My cat just destroyed my last good pair of earbuds. She keeps getting caught in them while I have them plugged in and rips them out of my ears, and this time one of the heads broke clean off. How does she not learn after the first time that they will trip her up?
Now I have to go all the way into the city to get a new pair because no-one sells them any more.
>>414917 On the bright side, they were half priced.
I just went to two stores that check bags on the way out (an office supply and an electronics store) and at each one I opened a different zipper on my bag, and was quickly dismissed. I was holding a purchased good while walking out of each, but it seems very easy to shoplift just by acting confident.
>>414991 Bootleg merely indicates "unofficial", and obtained "illegally". If a fan was rich enough to buy a quality microphone, and wise enough to know how to use it, you get quality identical to an official live album.
I decided to check the recent feed on pastebin.com and clicked a few untitleds. Went as well as couple be expected.
>3 legitimate programming codes >1 IRC-looking code thing with various quotes and one-liners related to emotions (eg. "One angry minute is 60 happy seconds lost!") >and 1 odd fic, possible a fan fic. Didn't seem sexual and probably not fetishy, but I wouldn't bet. I think it was about a robotic cat called Herbert.
I'm late to the party but I'm going through the HWNDU videos. This one in particular: //youtube.com/watch?v=0g77Tku1eVI >see massive letters drawn into the dirt, looks like "FUCK" oh wow >people move out of the way >turns out it says "cuck" I never really liked the cuck meme but that shit made me laugh
People, who believe that The Beatles were the one and only truly great band and every other one since then is objectively inferior, are the purists of the highest caliber and worst kind. I wish they all die of natural causes and old age very soon.
Despite being much less detailed, the soundcloud sharing system makes the analytics much less anonymous and more transparent.
>one user in particular likes a sound I posted in a small community >no more traffic >two days later, same user reposts (shares) my sound to his followers >suddenly a heap of traffic and three more reposts >to be continued Just another reminder about how exponential popularity is. Remember anons, if you like an artist's work, sharing effectively has a significant effect.
What if................ when you fap to your waifu, you give her your cum as a sacrifice (in a metaphysical sexmagical sort of sense)? What if that sacrifice makes her stronger? What if, when a million men fap to her a million times, she becomes real?