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GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

File: 98652f0b1b3d958⋯.jpg (1.51 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, Untitled.jpg)

 No.67629

Time for a new thread lads

Thread #110

Old thread >>67335

How is everyone doing at the moment with their depressing lives

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 No.67784

I can't cope with how boring my job is anymore. It was okay at first because I was usually the only one in the office so I could do my work whilst taking frequent breaks but now there's 4 of us crammed into a little room.


 No.68047

making my tri annual post

alri la ;4)


 No.68052

File: 1c9b590010bdd1e⋯.png (125.77 KB, 476x357, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)

What are your guys thoughts on Britain's involvement in the Meiji era, to sum it up a British diplomat was responsible for the overthrow of the current Japanese government and murder of over many anti-meiji Japanese to instill a new government as well as a central bank in Japan.

The Meiji restoration is also the reason Japanese porn is censored.


 No.68100

>>68052

I disapprove of the porn censorship but otherwise I have no strong feelings on the matter


 No.68101

>>68052

Imagine being so cucked that your entire nation's destiny is altered by a single Anglo diplomat.


 No.68102

>>68100

What a strange thing to disapprove of.


 No.68103

Pretty excited to hear that Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles is getting a remaster on modern consoles lads.


 No.68104

>>68103

Doesn't look any different to how the Gamecube version looks in Dolphin.


 No.68105

>>68104

It's a hassle to set up in dolphin for multiplayer though, and when I last tried single player, it didn't emulate particularly well for some reason, although I'm betting it would run better now.


 No.68106

I have never played a Final Fantasy game.


 No.68107

File: b9bbde47f572cf0⋯.png (77.94 KB, 664x492, 166:123, 1425058535322_edit.png)

>>68105

>it didn't emulate particularly well for some reason

I tried it briefly when you or someone else suggested I stream it, seemed to work fine, and they've improved Dolphin a lot since then too. Alternatively, Wiis are cheap and easy to softmod.

>multiplayer

u wot lad?


 No.68108

>>68107

>u wot lad?

Well I didn't get to play it multiplayer as a kid, I doubt I'll be able to as an adult either.

A man can dream though.


 No.68109

>>68106

They're comfy games, worth checking out at least. None of the mainline games have any storyline relation to another, so it's an easy series to jump into. Everyone has a different opinion over which one is best, but my personal recommendations are VI (SNES), IX (PS1), and X (PS2). A lot of people rave about VII, mainly because it was the first FF game released in Europe and the first one to contain 3D elements + FMVs, but I think it's pants.

>>68108

Ah, I know that feel.


 No.68110

>>68109

I've not played too many Final Fantasy games myself actually, I played Crystal Chronicles because it looked super comfy (and it is), i've also played 1,2 and 3. which I enjoyed.

I hate the look of VII though, the industrial stuff is not for me.


 No.68111

>>68110

>I hate the look of VII though, the industrial stuff is not for me.

It mostly stops being industrial/dystopian after the first "chapter", there's a large variety of different area types after that, but all the pre-rendered elements always have that primitive, "uncanny-valley" CGI look, and all the 3D stuff (outside of battles) consists of about 10 misshapen, gouraud-shaded polygons per object.

If you liked I, II, and III, you'd probably really like IV, V, VI, and IX. They are peak comfy.


 No.68112

A lad at work has been awarded with 10 star points for supposedly delivering great customer service. I know for a fact that sometimes he doesn't even take them to the item nor does he ever ask if there's anything else they need help with. I am livid. The only reason he's got them is because he's friends with the Deano section leader. I put out more stock than both of them put together.


 No.68113

>>68112

Do you get celebration lunches at the store?


 No.68114

>>68113

We used to get them when I was at the store, but the management tended to eat all the good stuff since they could go up and have some whenever they wanted.


 No.68115

>>68114

I got a letter a couple of weeks ago inviting me to one of the celebration lunches. Too bad it had been sitting at the office since May.


 No.68116

>>68113

Sometimes they do buffets in the canteen.


 No.68117

If you aren't programmed to be a normie by the time you leave school, it's over.


 No.68118

>>68117

That's a grim thought to start the day with lad.


 No.68119

Will you lads be playing WoW Classic when it comes out? I feel burned out from playing so many private servers, plus I always end up playing alone, so I'm thinking maybe I won't bother.


 No.68120

File: ad97585de046b2c⋯.jpg (168.72 KB, 1200x900, 4:3, takes over your party.jpg)


 No.68121

>>68120

As time goes by White Sharia seems like a better and better option.


 No.68122

File: 2b7a15ce5028a3d⋯.jpeg (225.31 KB, 1000x940, 50:47, bf4dff33-8e9b-4d16-ac1f-1….jpeg)

>yfw you realise all negative thoughts come from within and that by practicing mindfulness you can instantaneously disregard any which aren't conducive to your wellbeing

>yfw you realise such thoughts don't have their source in the self but are an ancient defense mechanism of the primitive flesh vehicle it inhabits


 No.68123

File: 9de604d72bf1826⋯.png (355.34 KB, 439x468, 439:468, 9de604d72bf1826a7061a81f72….png)

>>68122

<he thinks the body is not part of the soul


 No.68124

File: b7cddfc6d858d08⋯.jpg (33.64 KB, 715x655, 143:131, 1525526725260.jpg)

>>68123

>being a materialist


 No.68125

File: 8d54720b9ae2533⋯.png (132.26 KB, 372x340, 93:85, 8d54720b9ae2533b359e336391….png)

>>68124

<part means whole


 No.68126

>>68122

I know that feel. The "my depression/anxiety/whatever is a result of a chemical imbalance" meme is ridiculous. It's like fat people claiming that it's their genetics that prevent them from losing weight.

>>68123

The body can change form if you put in the work or let yourself go, the mind is the same.


 No.68127

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 No.68128

>>68127

What a lad.


 No.68129

File: 611fd52feecf957⋯.jpg (109.13 KB, 426x454, 213:227, 444609925a34df10e6d1cacf67….jpg)

>watching ants, start wondering if all people are actually conscious beings

>see this https://archive.li/hlNbu

i-it's not true, right?


 No.68130

File: e2f290bd2952f4c⋯.jpg (72.28 KB, 768x1024, 3:4, act.jpg)

File: bf4bd8fb1352b88⋯.jpg (31.47 KB, 550x422, 275:211, frog image3.jpg)


 No.68131

How's your physical training coming along lads?


 No.68132

>>68114

>>68116

Thats what I meant in >>68114

As far as a propper dinner goes, I never went to them, it was always the checkout girls that got invited.


 No.68133

>>68130

Fucking kek. Guess they want to get online discussion completely banned now, because the power tripping mods on most forums arent going to risk legal action, and it wont even effect shit like 8chan.


 No.68134

>>68129

Given my experience in life, it probably is.


 No.68135

Mattresses are expensive. Wow.


 No.68136

File: eba9377e6e392a1⋯.jpg (82.76 KB, 600x448, 75:56, comfy bear.jpg)

>when you've learned a piece so well you can just execute the muscle memory scripts and sit back while it plays


 No.68137

>>68135

Buy a hammock, they're better for you.


 No.68138

>>68137

…no


 No.68139

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Ross Kemp and the Armed Police 2018


 No.68140

File: 7e8ef20b4e359a6⋯.png (23.89 KB, 492x475, 492:475, frog meme 37.png)

>he isn't playing Ed Edd n Eddy Online right now


 No.68141

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fantastic


 No.68142

>>68141

Whats good about it


 No.68143

>>68142

Do not respond to nigger posts.


 No.68144

>>68130

>certain online forums

I wonder which ones they had in mind.


 No.68145

Morning lads. What's the plan for today then.


 No.68146

I'm going to start keeping a journal.


 No.68147

File: e426d101fab6b13⋯.jpg (340.06 KB, 1647x921, 549:307, BOOKS TBH.jpg)

I've just signed up for the local library and borrowed a couple of books. The deadline is 3 weeks, which provides an added incentive for me to get through them in good time. I plan on doing this every 3 weeks, so the rate at which I take in information will increase massively. My problem at the moment is that I'll dip in and out of a book, then another, 10 minutes here, an hour there, sometimes before bed, sometimes on my break at work–there's no structure. I'm resolving to get through two chapters a day, starting right NOW.


 No.68148

I was about to buy my YDP-143 on credit, which would've cost me roughly an extra £140 over a two year span, but I've decided to just wait til I get paid on Friday and see if I can do it in a onner. I will have to life frugally as hell for a couple of months but I think I can manage.

I'm not trying to turn this place into my blog, but it's been a bit slow lately, and I'm feeling optimistic and motivated today. What are you lads up to.


 No.68149

>>68148

Wise decision lad. It's always better to live below your means, save up, and pay for things outright. Buying things on credit, AKA buying things you can't afford, is the single best way to keep yourself poor and in debt.

>I'm not trying to turn this place into my blog

It's basically what this board is for, as long as you're not a normalfag.

>What are you lads up to

Just emptied the dishwasher and had breakfast, got up late.


 No.68150

test 321


 No.68151

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This is impressive.


 No.68152

If anyone is interested in playing win95/98 games that haven't worked on windows for years, and were never re-released on GOG or anything, you can now use https://github.com/otya128/winevdm to run 16-bit executables, and http://dege.freeweb.hu/ to run DirexctX 1-7 and Glide games with the correct graphics.


 No.68153

File: 415b1462fdfd731⋯.jpg (25.84 KB, 288x346, 144:173, Hype_the_Time_Quest.JPG)

>>68152

Maybe I'll finally be able to play this forgotten gem.


 No.68154

>>68153

>The PC's answer to The Legend of Zelda

Is this true?


 No.68155

>>68154

Honestly, I remember not being able to figure out how to get out of the castle as a kid, so I have no idea what the game is like, but I have always been annoyed that I saved up and bought it then couldnt actually play it.


 No.68156

>>68155

Kek, I know that feel. Several games I had as a kid would always crash at certain points, so I couldn't progress any further even if I wanted to. One in particular I remember was Little Big Adventure 2, I got quite far in it as well, but it would always crash at a certain point.


 No.68157

88 to 91 FM

BBC

Radio

TWOOOOOOO


 No.68158

So then. Let's hear it.

What are you up to.

Answer me.


 No.68159

>>68158

I was looking up the history of domes.


 No.68160

>>68158

Watching Babylon 5


 No.68161

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>>68158

I've just got back from the gym and had a large big mac meal. I started training for planche because I want to be like Dan Jeong.


 No.68162

File: 4c82a14826e9ec1⋯.png (357.19 KB, 718x819, 718:819, carl the conqueror.png)

He made it, lads. Our guy made it.


 No.68163

>>68159

What kind of domes?


 No.68164

>>68163

Dome roofs.


 No.68165

>>68164

Discovered anything surprising about domes that you can share?


 No.68166

File: 7b8b3c12c20f935⋯.jpg (31.25 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 1526485567444.jpg)

>>68162

Imagine how this picture makes literally every other member of UKIP feel.

These two memelords get to go to the EU parliament with the head of the party while other lads who've been members for years don't.


 No.68167

>>68166

The champions of the working man. They've revitalised the party.


 No.68168

>>68165

I guess just the fact that they've been a thing for as long as man has been building structures. I thought there might have been a point in time where they were "invented" and adopted by various cultures, but really they're just things that man has been building since at least the late stone age (20,000 BC), and they gradually increased in size and grandeur over time.


 No.68169

>>68168

Post your favourite domes


 No.68170

Is it too late to have a cup of coffee?


 No.68171

>>68169

I don't have any, I was just interested in how they began after seeing a references to dome buildings while I was looking up old testament-era history.


 No.68172

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Lad. How do I play that run at 1:09.


 No.68173

>>68172

Sostenuto pedal.


 No.68174

>>68173

Una delicia


 No.68175

>>68173

I only have sustain.


 No.68176

>>68174

Soupa de macaque


 No.68177

>>68175

You'll just have to git gud with your left hand then. Try to keep your wrist constantly moving, and pivot on your thumbs. It helps to play arpeggios with your arm/hand at a 45-ish degree angle towards the keys as well, rather than perfectly perpendicular with the keyboard. It's also easier to scale major/minor triads if you play them in 2nd inversion (middle/ring finger on 3rd, index on 5th, thumb on 1st) rather than root position, as your thumb can easily bridge the gap between the 5th and the 1st of the next octave, and there's less distance to travel when pivoting.


 No.68178

File: e69cd261b600345⋯.jpg (108.1 KB, 720x960, 3:4, BIG cat.jpg)

>GTA V was 5 years ago


 No.68179

>>68178

We are closer to 2030 than we are 2006.


 No.68180

My job is so fucking boring. Retail was more entertaining than this.


 No.68181

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 No.68182

>>68181

I don't think that lad could have made that game look any worse with his retarded emulator texture filtering settings, playing the PS1 port, playing the PAL version, in the wrong aspect ratio, and with a shit frame rate. It was never the best looking game in the world, but it didn't look that bad.


 No.68183

File: 0ccf776ee163366⋯.jpg (67.51 KB, 584x675, 584:675, nhs 2.jpg)

File: 1989759b8dd0f1f⋯.jpg (50.8 KB, 640x934, 320:467, nhs.jpg)

File: 89f4c4e9b35b14c⋯.png (1.07 MB, 1280x1659, 1280:1659, thought spud.png)


 No.68184

>>68183

>Our population is too low to let our economy grow, we need mass immigration!

>Kids are such a nuisance, wouldn't you rather live a child-free life of convenience, goyim?

It's all so tiresome.


 No.68185

I went into aldi today to buy soap, dishsoap, kitchen roll, bread and crisps. I put a till divider between some of the shopping because the bread and crisps were for myself and the rest was for work and having a separate receipt would be useful.

The stupid old fucking hag on the checkouts just decided to scan it all through, she didn't even ask if I wanted a subtotal, the old worn out bitch just scanned it all through at once. I politely asked her if she could take the last two items off as I wanted them on a different receipt and she just said "can't, already scanned them" in the most condescending way I've ever been spoken to. I couldn't even reply so I just stared at her for a while, she then apologetically said "sorry, the bread was on discount or I would.

For a start, that was clearly a lie. Having a discounted item certainly doesn't stop you from removing it and secondly she didn't explain why she couldn't remove my crisps. I was too frustrated to even speak so I just turned around and left. Now I'm back home and so fucking frustrated, I've already thrown stuff around my room and I don't even know why this is irritating me so much, everything that just happened pissed me off so much I can barely describe it.

I have no crisps for tonight, no bread for tomorrow and I'm missing supplies I wanted for work all because one impatient old hag decided she didn't want to spend 13 extra seconds scanning my stuff through all so I could get my second receipt. I don't know if I'm being irrational but nothing has annoyed me this much in a long time. How fucking dare she try to trick me like that, there was clearly a till divider between the items. What if they had been for another customer? I fucking hate her so so so much.


 No.68186

>>68185

At least you didn't cuck out and pay for it anyway, good on you lad.


 No.68187

>>68186

Now you've just reinforced the idea that I should be angry at this.

Should I go back and kick her in her stupid post-menopausal womb?


 No.68188

>>68187

Not unless you want to get bummed by pakis in jail.

Isn't there another shop you could get the stuff from?


 No.68189

>>68185

That's just bad customer service. I'm unsure whether Aldi is different but back when I was in Asda, cancelling stuff was fine, but if it was over a few quid it needed a manager override to allow, I assume they have something similar for sale items in Aldi.

The fact that she'd have to get her manager or team leader to come was too inconvenient to her. Hopefully she'll learn because now they'll ahve to come anyway, to cancel the entire thing.

Either that or she was being honest, it's impossible to move the bread and now someone needs to pay for your shopping to get the queue moving again.

I wouldn't suggest doing anything to her, however if possible see if there's any sort of feedback/complaints procedure you can take part in. If you do it, make sure to write exactly what happened and that you won't be doing your weekly shop there going forward, and will instead go to a different supermarket.


 No.68190

>>68185

Why didn't you ask her to get a manager down? You should have probably mentioned it before she started scanning, but still, she should have inquired due you having put the divider there.


 No.68191

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I know nothing about speedrunning, but this is the saddest shit I've ever seen.

Does it get worse?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1AHCaokqhg


 No.68192

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>>68191

Yes, but first, we need to talk about parallel universes.


 No.68193

>>68192

Are you not glad your autistic obsessions drifted towards music and electronics instead of something as completely useless as this?


 No.68194

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>>68193

Shame that despite essentially dedicating his life to music his tastes are still vastly inferior to my own


 No.68195

>>68193

Actually forget what I said, I watched the video and it's quite impressive.


 No.68196

>>68194

I'm sure he'll find a way to tell you why that song is objectively bad.


 No.68197

>>68193

I dunno, I think if somebody high up watched this they'd hire him in an instant to put his champion autism to use.

>>68196

It's just https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ab6sloT6ly0 (released 1990) but slowed down. Not even going to give him a (You).


 No.68198

File: 578d04249b4c81f⋯.jpg (138.93 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 142356456833.jpg)

>only posted it so I could find the original because I knew he'd know it


 No.68199

>>68197

You think you know a lot about music? Well go ahead and name every song.

Can't?

Heh. Thought so.


 No.68200

>>68198

You know fine well that he would have gave you it if you politely asked.

You're just shocked at how terrible your music taste is.


 No.68201

>>68200

I'm actually very grateful for vaporwave, even if most of it is shit because without it I would have never found a lot of good music.


 No.68202

>>68201

If you weren't involved in the early 90s underground electronic music scene then you have no right to be listening to music.

Fuck yourself.


 No.68203

File: e4ede384ce0eadb⋯.jpg (35.04 KB, 800x532, 200:133, the rippingtons.jpg)

I expected them to be black.


 No.68204

>>68203

>cant detect the race of musicians just by their music

Pathetic.


 No.68205

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Good night lads.


 No.68206

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>>68202

That's not very PLUR of you lad.


 No.68207

>>68205

Goodnight mate, sleep well.


 No.68208

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Do any of you lads have a theme tune? I've decided mine is this one. I'm going to imagine it playing whenever I'm about to enter a difficult situation, and whenever I do well at something.


 No.68209

I'm about £100 short for being able to buy my piano and cover all my living costs. How can I make £100 fast?


 No.68210

>>68209

By moving the purchase to a later date to give yourself more time to produce the funds. You really shouldn't be buying luxery items if you'll be just about breaking even (or worse) after doing so.


 No.68211

>>68203

I felt the same about 10cc. Listen to dreadlock holiday and tell me they don't sound black.


 No.68212

File: 839711b6d192fb9⋯.jpg (99.11 KB, 1080x603, 120:67, would jesus.jpg)


 No.68213

File: 3b4f8dc04f8025b⋯.jpg (38.92 KB, 638x411, 638:411, living colour.jpg)

>>68211

I also thought these lads were white when I heard them in GTA


 No.68214

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>>68211

The music and backing vox do, but the lead vocals not so much. Bobby Caldwell and Teena Marie on the other hand, I couldn't believe they were white.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4jGRe9m-Pw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gru4IfbKlfU


 No.68215

File: 0f796115e57c525⋯.jpg (7.28 KB, 272x185, 272:185, images.jpg)

GTA IV is the best GTA.


 No.68216

>>68215

I loved the realistic feel, but SA had a better story.


 No.68217

>>68215

It wasn't bad, but I'll always prefer to play III, VC, and SA.


 No.68218

Did any of you ever complete GTA I or II? I recall finding I extremely difficult and not getting far at all, and making it some way through II but not completing it. The only thing I remember is a mission where you had to go to jail.


 No.68219

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>>68218

No, when I was younger I just used to use cheats and dick around, and in later years I've still never gotten very far in them. I find the first one virtually unplayable due to the erratic camera, but I think GTA2 is still very playable. I really like the aesthetic of the game with the PC versions "dusk" lighting, makes it feel like a completely different game to the PS1 port.


 No.68220

>>68215

Wrong.


 No.68221

>>68219

I ended up cheating out of frustration in I because I couldn't do the missions so just dicked around instead.

>all of the songs on the radio stations in both games were original compositions

This is a feat in itself, considering a lot of them were quite listenable.


 No.68222

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>>68221

A lot of them were original, but I know for a fact that some of them were real records, just not mainstream hits. Vid related for instance which is basically just a lazy loop of the strings hook from "McFadden & Whitehead - Ain't No Stoppin Us Now".


 No.68223

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What's going on here?


 No.68224

Whibblescromps for supper.


 No.68225

I hate the Fr*nch. Every single piece of Fr*nch media is nihilistic soulless garbage only meant to disturb or arouse, and that's probably one and the same for them. It's applauded internationally, ``"aren't they so artistic."``

If you ever watch a Fr*nch film expect to see: faggotry, rape, pedophilia, incest, cannibalism, public nudity, infanticide, gore, cuckoldry, miscegenation, every kind of bodily fluid and combinations of any of these things. It's not like I'm looking to see this stuff, it will be thrust upon you in attempt to shock; this is just par for the course when it comes to these people. It's as artistically coherent as Jackson Pollock. The only method at work is deconstructionism, and barely that. Even Jews make less morally degrading, and more meaningful films.


 No.68226

File: c2f65f9cc0719e8⋯.jpg (175.77 KB, 1024x819, 1024:819, download.jpg)

>>68225

What about Rayman?


 No.68227

File: aaeacf705e0078b⋯.png (85.11 KB, 294x315, 14:15, what a fucking nigger.png)

>>68226

>platformers


 No.68228

>>68227

Ah yes, platformers, the Fr*nch's greatest weapon of mass degeneracy.


 No.68229

Right, I'm not happy with you lot.

On my way home I was wondering which interesting topics the lads on /britfeel/ might have been discussing today, and then I arrived, filled with eagerness and anticipation, and what did I find? NOTHING.

Explain yourselves. Now.


 No.68230

>>68229

Been imagining ending it all lad, not really felt like posting.

I don't believe I'd ever do it, I'm horribly afraid of the idea of death and the nothingness that comes with it, but i've just been imagining it more and more over the last week or so, the images are so vivid in my mind. I usually don't even have a visual memory, but with this I do.


 No.68231

>go downstairs

>see this on the television

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxMhJpwDxaE


 No.68232

>>68231

They'll pay one day.


 No.68233

File: e3da0a29491f14c⋯.jpg (184.88 KB, 660x751, 660:751, e3d.jpg)


 No.68234

I wish I had some lads to self-improve with in real life. Everyone is so content with their animal existence.


 No.68235

It's that time again. I'm going to put stock out on the shelf.


 No.68236

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For me, it's Skyrim ambient music compilations.


 No.68237

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There is no comfier channel.


 No.68238


 No.68239

>>68238

A hero.


 No.68240

GTA IV is garbage and GTA V improved on it in almost every way


 No.68241

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 No.68242

>>68241

Literal dystopia-tier

>good goy, remove yourself from the gene pool and play videogames for the rest of your miserable life


 No.68243

File: 30e61179b60654c⋯.png (69.75 KB, 251x260, 251:260, 1356047695927.png)

A lass at work gave me some chocolate and hugged me today. What does it mean?


 No.68244

>>68243

I'm pretty sure this means I have a girlfriend now. Suck it, losers.


 No.68245


 No.68246

>>68245

Excuse me lad, but I'm going to have to stop you there. I'm an alpha male now and you do not have permission to respond to my posts.


 No.68247

>>68246

If you're an alpha male then you do not have permission to make posts in the first place, bugger off Chad.


 No.68248

How do I combat the negative emotional response/heightened anxiety when I feel I've done poorly in a social situation? I only get it speaking to people I'm less comfortable around, but it's pissing me off, because it makes my brain go foggy and I start spilling spaghetti.


 No.68249

>>68248

The only way to overcome anxiety symptoms that are irrational in nature is to get more exposure to those things and/or scenarios that prompt them, so simply getting yourself into uncomfortable social situations is actually progressing towards the goal of feeling comfortable in them.

Regarding automatic negative thoughts, the best way I've found to tackle them is reframing. Instead of just going along with the idea that they're always correct and believing them, assume that they're wrong, and then provide an alternative take. Once you develop that habit, you can use meditation techniques to silence the "chatter" and self-judgements entirely, as they aren't productive or even necessary for anything in life.


 No.68250

>>68249

Thanks lad, I'm going to meditate in a moment actually. Do you think your social anxiety is too deeply ingrained now to overcome? I've definitely made progress but it seems slow. I think I need to brave and dive into some new situations tbh.


 No.68251

>>68240

Agreed. Same with Oblivion and Skyrim.


 No.68252

>>68243

show us some pics of her lad, we're your friends


 No.68253

>>68252

I don't have any. I don't know why she would do this, I thought she was with someone.


 No.68254

I really need to cut out my imageboard habit. I gain nothing from it and lose so much time.


 No.68255

>>68250

>Do you think your social anxiety is too deeply ingrained now to overcome?

I don't, I made a lot of progress in overcoming anxiety and I don't experience many obvious symptoms any more. My main issue is replacing all the learned safety behaviours from when I was still highly anxious, like avoiding eye contact, speaking quietly, predominantly choosing to stay at home in my bedroom instead of go outside or be around people, etc. Unless I'm making a very concious effort, I tend to act the same way I always have done, despite no longer feeling anxious or being pounded with automatic negative thoughts. Still, I'm a far cry from where I was a couple of years ago. I used to be too afraid to go downstairs or leave the house at all, and simply thinking about doing so would make me lock up, send my heart racing, and my palms sweating.

>I think I need to brave and dive into some new situations tbh

It's a good idea, it's all about finding the balance between experiencing enough that you're able to make good steady progress, and taking it easy enough that you don't get massively overwhelmed and give up.


 No.68256

>>68253

Women are never with someone, it's just that someone's turn.


 No.68257

Does free will exist, lads? Reading about neurology and how our brains contain collections of automated processes which determine who we are is making me doubt it.


 No.68258

File: 67c72330bee1ed6⋯.jpg (101.56 KB, 1288x492, 322:123, nigel looks at the live ch….jpg)


 No.68259

>>68257

>Does free will exist, lads?

It does for 25% of us


 No.68260

>tfw no autistic music sperg mate to help me analyse my anxiety-ridden brain irl over a cool can of monster


 No.68261


 No.68262

>tfw absolutely no fulfillment or enjoyment from anything in life


 No.68263

>>68260

>anxiety-ridden brain

>can of monster

It's not the best idea to be drinking dense cocktails of sugar, caffiene, and a bunch of other chemicals, if you're ridden with anxiety. I stay far, far away from that shite, I pretty much only ever drink water.


 No.68264

File: bf7008aa2a6390d⋯.jpg (108.95 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, 5054073042066.jpg)

>tfw it's 3:00pm and you've eaten nothing all day and you take that first sip of 69p "Energy Drink" Energy Drink

No better feeling.


 No.68265

>8:00am - can of white monster

>9:00am - get to work, make coffee

>9:10am - more coffee because I drank first one too quick

>11:00 - pre lunch coffee

>12:00 - coffee because I planned lunch for this time but forgot to eat so just drink coffee

>13:00 - drink coffee with quorn sausage roll (actual lunch)

>15:00 - start crashing, start seriously drinking coffee to counteract the effects

>5:10 - get home, coffee

>6:00 - sip on a nice can of white monster to chill out

>12:10 - Order kebab and eat it before falling asleep

Rate my diet


 No.68266

>>68265

You go a full 6 hours without any monster or coffee lad, that's not healthy.


 No.68267

File: 396183ca4f46f05⋯.png (3.48 MB, 3200x4136, 400:517, modern male.png)

>>68265

It's sad because it's true for a large number of people.


 No.68268

>>68267

Imagine being so insecure that you avoid cycling because you're terrified it will give you big hips.


 No.68269

>>68267

And imagine being so much of a tard that you have a problem with safety features in cars.


 No.68270

>>68269

>>68268

>Imagine being so

Hello reddit lad, glad to see we're still blessed with your presence.


 No.68271

>>68270

Been posting here since /r9k/.

Imagine being so painfully insecure that you're scared of using common phrases on the internet because people may associate you with another forum.


 No.68272

>>68271

They are not common phrases on the internet at all, unless "the internet" to you is reddit and reddit immigrants on halfchan from the last 5 years. Snarky "ironic" cunts who always use phrases like "maybe, just maybe", "it's almost as if", and "imagine being so x that y". It all originates from places like the ShitRedditSays subreddit, and wasn't a thing before then.


 No.68273

File: 28a30be3dfb3133⋯.png (277.83 KB, 507x501, 169:167, rth.png)

>>68272

Oh my god I don't care I just don't care.

Your posts give me toothaches.


 No.68274

>>68262

Greentext your average day


 No.68275

>>68273

>Your posts give me toothaches

That's not my posts, that's your diet, but I'll take the compliment anyway.


 No.68276

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

FRESH


 No.68277

>>68275

I'm sure your diet is great. What was it today?

Monster Munch and Mini Roll for Brunch and Turkey Dinosaurs and Potato Smileys for dinner eaten at your computer.


 No.68278

>>68277

I had porridge and banana for breakfast, peanut butter sandwich plus another banana and an orange for lunch, I haven't had dinner yet but it'll likely be whatever fresh meat we've got in the fridge plus broccoli, carrots and rice, and all I've drank today is water (like 99.99% of days). Don't ever accuse me of consuming shite again.


 No.68279

File: 111f6bc4fba74cb⋯.jpg (190.54 KB, 1000x847, 1000:847, frog meme54.jpg)

>>68277

>>68278

Irrevocably btfo


 No.68280

>>68274

>wake up at 1pm

>brush teeth, make sandwiches for work, go for a shower

>leave the house at 1:45pm, get to work at 1:55pm

>finish work at 10pm

>get home at 10:15pm

>have something to eat

>watch shit on youtube

>go to bed at 6am

>repeat


 No.68281

>>68273

your simpsons images are gay and so are you, please die


 No.68282

Morning lads.


 No.68283

File: 3afac18499a3e3f⋯.jpg (497.13 KB, 2645x876, 2645:876, Cadbury-Twirl-48x.jpg)

Who here /patrician/?


 No.68284

File: b0b53493010c561⋯.jpg (52.09 KB, 670x243, 670:243, timbritfeel.jpg)


 No.68285

>>68284

Nothing to do with us, must be cuckchan britfeel


 No.68286

sex with attractive girls


 No.68287

>>68286

Reported.


 No.68288

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Who was in the right?


 No.68289

>>68288

Nobody in that video, that much is certain.


 No.68290

File: 02895e575213285⋯.jpg (39.43 KB, 680x500, 34:25, 02895e575213285143653579e8….jpg)

>>68288

>ywn be an autistic shirtless overweight redneck with a shotgun

Orange shirt retard got what he deserved; they should have executed the wife too.


 No.68291

File: 35ece0d340399e3⋯.png (891.26 KB, 624x951, 208:317, 1537569525407.png)


 No.68292

>>68278

>microwavable ready brek for breakfast with a sugar stick

>fat sandwich and another sugar stick for dinner

>nearly 10:00 at night and still hasn't eaten

You sure shown me, partner.


 No.68293

>>68288

What was he planning to do with a baseaball bat against 2 armed men?


 No.68294

>>68292

I take back what I said, your diet must be excellent for you to be able to carry the goalposts this far, and to perform such mental gymnastics while doing so.


 No.68295

>>68292

Peanut butter is very healthy provided it's not one of the brands that add a load of sugar.


 No.68296

>>68295

What next, eating a banana isn't exactly the same as eating a curly wurly? Madness.


 No.68297

File: be477e1199a5bb9⋯.jpg (69.91 KB, 306x877, 306:877, punished mummy.jpg)

File: af10ad16733fff8⋯.jpg (64.05 KB, 306x877, 306:877, punished mummy2.jpg)

Disabled mother, 48, is left barricaded in her living room for TWO HOURS after Asda delivery driver dumps crates of shopping in her hallway - then drives off

>Anna O'Mara ordered £80 shopping to be delivered to Wolverhampton home

>Delivery driver refused to help unpack food crates and left them in her hallway

>Ms O'Mara was then trapped in living room of ground-floor flat for two hours

>Asda have since apologised and admitted their employee 'clearly got it wrong'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6196553/Disabled-mother-48-left-barricaded-living-room-TWO-HOURS-Asda-delivery.html


 No.68298

File: 34d94a854aeec35⋯.jpg (90.89 KB, 1001x552, 1001:552, based retail lads.jpg)

>>68297

He can't keep getting away with this.


 No.68299

>>68297

When I used to be a delivery boi for amazon, a woman asked me to come inside her house to put her stuff away for her as she was disabled.

Cat shit EVERYWHERE. All old, crusty dried out cat shit that had been there months by the looks of it. Maybe even years.

Gross.


 No.68300

>>68294

I guarantee that my physical health is far far better than yours.


 No.68301

>>68288

Imagine dying over a fucking mattress.


 No.68302

File: 7a8198760c45c56⋯.jpg (220.69 KB, 768x1000, 96:125, 7a8198760c45c56debe9357e2b….jpg)

>when you're at work and have to hold your breath because the gay bloke is about to walk past you


 No.68303

>>68300

The only thing you're best at on this board is being an arrogant, annoying wanker


 No.68304

Hello lads, I've just got back from work. Felt a little cheeky so clocked out 5 minutes early. How have you all been?


 No.68305

>>68304

Alright lad, I just got up, having my breakfast now. Stayed up a bit too late last night / this morning playing SSX Tricky for the first time in ages. Still holds up.


 No.68306

>>68305

I think my brother used to play that, I was more of a Tony Hawk's lad myself.

>tfw remembering my mum whinging at me for getting up past midday

>tfw having my own place now but naturally waking up around 8am because of my work schedule


 No.68307

>>68306

>>68305

I was always awful at those kind of games I could never remember combos for the best tricks.


 No.68308

>>68306

I spent countless hours playing THUG and THUG2 back in the day, great games also.

>>68307

The tricks in SSX and the like are mostly just holding a direction to spin and pressing different combinations of shoulder buttons, the hard part is more just getting on and staying on the path you're trying to take, and not fucking up the landing. Even though I spent countless hours playing Tricky when I was a lad, there are still loads of routes I've just never been able to get to.


 No.68309

Did any of you lads ever play Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven for the ps2?


 No.68310

>>68309

I did not, I had the original Tenchu on PS1 though, which I liked but I was very shit at it. Looking at WoH, it looks exactly like the PS1 game but with improved graphics, might chuck it on my PS2 hard drive at some point.


 No.68311

>>68310

I loved it, it was much better than the original in my opinion.

Not sure how it holds up today, though, so I'm a bit hesitant to get it in case it ruins my memories of it.


 No.68312

>>68311

It depends on what you're comparing it against, I find it quite easy to put my mindset back to what it was when those games came out, and what my standards were. I also recommend not playing these games on an emulator like PCSX2, which in my experience always manages to make games look (and run) a lot shittier than they actually look and run on a real console with component output, forced 480p, and a properly calibrated TV/monitor of course. Every game will look washed out unless you lower the black level to what most games (and the SMPTE) recommend, which means all blacks with a value of 16,16,16 and below should be crushed. No emulator does this by default, and it makes all old games look naff.

I was playing Need for Speed Underground the other day, and I was suprised at how excellent it looked (at least, until you start moving, and the low resolution + motion blur means you can't see any walls or obstacles until you crash into them).


 No.68313

What do you lads do when you're sexually aroused?


 No.68314

>>68313

I think you know the answer to that one.


 No.68315

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 No.68316

>>68314

Well do you watch porn or just bash one out to the wank bank? I hope no one here is actually low IQ enough to watch it


 No.68317

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

This lad is a good composer.


 No.68318

>>68303

He attacked me unprovoked just because I called out his stupid picture and insecurities.


 No.68319

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I wish I was this good. And I can't even sing.


 No.68320

>>68319

This doesn't seem anywhere near as advanced as some of the classical stuff you've been learning.


 No.68321

File: 321ad730567637a⋯.jpg (44.04 KB, 680x639, 680:639, fjzfhz126k911.jpg)

Am I the only britfeeler left that has never had a job?


 No.68322

>>68321

I think so, yes. I was 24 when I got my first (and last) job, how old are you?


 No.68323

>>68322

I'm 21.


 No.68324

>>68323

Ah, still a while to go then until it's a red flag. It's not that uncommon now for people get their first job in their early 20s, for better or for worse.


 No.68325

>>68324

I think that's because they are at least going to school, I dropped out when I was 17.


 No.68326

>>68325

With some of the retarded qualifications people are getting t. Music Tech BTEC owner, they might as well have dropped out. Doesn't make much of a difference with entry level jobs anyway, they'll hire anyone willing to put up with a shitty job for low pay.

My mum's boyfriend interviews and hires people for a security company, and he says the majority of the applicants are Mohammeds that can't speak basic English or even turn up on time, and he has to hire them simply because they're the only people applying. If you can do those two things, you're ahead of the game.


 No.68327

>>68326

I was lucky enough to get a qualification in Equality & Diversity before leaving school.


 No.68328

>>68327

What the fuck lad, what did that even entail?


 No.68329

Got myself a couple of extra controllers off ebay for my PS2, and dug out my old multitap. Played a fatal 5-way match with myself in Smackdown: SYM earlier, it was weird seeing the character select screen with so many players, and having so many controllers in front of me. Might try 5-player PES3 next.


 No.68330

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>ywn be this kawaii


 No.68331

Maybe I should just get a piano keyboard with 88 keys. I'm sick of waiting.


 No.68332

>>68331

If piano is really your passion, you'll come to regret not getting a proper digital piano with hammer action keys, 3 pedals, etc. I'd only recommend a generic keyboard or a workstation keyboard if you're more interested in composition, arrangement, and multitimbral functionality.


 No.68333

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>>68332

Alright lad you've changed my mind, I'll keep saving.

>that fantastic feel when heavy squat set and this comes on


 No.68334

File: a1bf19e8bb435b1⋯.jpg (107.61 KB, 400x400, 1:1, 1532293363433.jpg)

>>68328

Researching local demographics, can hardly remember because no one took it seriously. What I can remember is someone made the wallpaper of someone else's computer a penis. The class got a talking to because we were using the computers in the neighboring girl's school since we didn't have enough in our school, and we were told that it could have traumatised the girls if they had seen it.

>imblying they weren't all riding the cock carousel by then


 No.68335

Had some sharp chest pain for about half an hour this afternoon lads.


 No.68336

>>68332

What do pedals do?


 No.68337

File: e4c57584fb3f567⋯.jpg (30.62 KB, 474x471, 158:157, proxy.duckduckgo.com.jpg)

>7 years old

>grab my left leg and hold it up whilst trying to force it down whilst balancing on one leg

>it stays still and doesn't move

>get an idea that if I grab both my legs at exactly the same time and provide an equal amount of force between pulling my legs up and pushing down I'll be able to float

>try it

>fall and hurt myself


 No.68338

>>68319

How do I play two synths at once on my YPT-220 like this lad?


 No.68339

File: 1dd9707c0d469dd⋯.png (103.25 KB, 450x450, 1:1, 1dd9707c0d469dd34c185a0fae….png)

>>68338

>there's no dual voice feature

Some of the voices are two-voiced so hopefully I can find a bass and piano one


 No.68340

>>68336

Typically on an acoustic piano you'll have the "sustain pedal", which makes any notes you press continue ringing out even after you've taken your fingers off them (most keyboards support only one foot pedal, and it's usually this), the "sostenuto pedal", which only holds notes that were being held when you activated it while new notes play normally, and finally the "soft pedal", which makes the overall piano tone softer, so you can play delicate passages with more ease.

A lot of times, sheet music won't mention to use the pedals anywhere, but you'll be expected to use them as you see fit to help you play the piece. Regular keyboards usually don't support more than one pedal, as they descend from electric pianos and organs, and aim to be multitimbral jack-of-all-trades. Digital pianos aim to emulate the sound and functionality of an acoustic piano as close as possible, and nothing/little more.


 No.68341

File: 9f445e33bb1eb00⋯.jpg (131.08 KB, 719x602, 719:602, pc poz.jpg)


 No.68342

>>68341

Has anyone ever had a positive experience with the police?


 No.68343

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 No.68344

>>68342

Ten years ago when I was in year 11, I got called into a police station and interviewed for an alleged assault that took place at school,. The officer who interviewed me was very amicable, and knew the whole thing was just a retarded waste of time. It helped that his son was in the same school and year as me, and while we weren't really friends, we were on good terms with each other, and the lad must have mentioned me to his dad in a positive light in the past or something.




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