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GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

File: d7417d087cf535b⋯.gif (448.4 KB, 700x700, 1:1, britfeelmanga.gif)

 No.70231

No wagie posting in my NEET thread Edition

Thread #113

Previous thread >>69509

 No.70233

>>70231

Quality fucking OP lad


 No.70234

>>70231

>No wagie posting in my NEET thread Edition

*posts*

what now NEETcuck?


 No.70235

>>70234

Time for bed lad, Goldstein wants you up early tomorrow.


 No.70236

>>70235

I'm off tomorrow


 No.70237

>>70231

Great OP. Nice work.


 No.70238

File: a3d1f1c7faa5f32⋯.jpg (71.98 KB, 680x799, 40:47, 1370026582740.jpg)

My driving instructor is in the hospital, so I've just been out to a big car park with my mum's friend for some practice.

>tfw whizzing around quickly and unpredictably making all the less experienced learners shit their pants and give me dirty looks


 No.70239

>>70238

Reminder to tailgate any roastie learners you find.


 No.70240

>>70238

I remember one time I cut off a learner driver, as they went past the boomer faggot instructer gave me a dirty look


 No.70241

Women will only be jailed for serious crimes, Justice Secretary reveals

Women should no longer be sent to prison unless they have committed a serious crime, the Justice Secretary says today, as he unveils a "step change" in the way the justice system deals with female offenders.

Ministers want to "break the cycle" of sending women to jail after it emerged less than 40 women behind bars in England and Wales have committed a violent offence and most others are serving just a few months for crimes like shoplifting.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/06/26/justice-secretary-dont-send-women-prison-unless-commit-violent


 No.70242

Where were you when you realised "be yourself" is actually solid life advice?


 No.70243

>>70241

That's 8 months old.


 No.70244

>>70242

I was enjoying opposite day to the fullest.


 No.70245


 No.70246

Cosmo hasn't uploaded in two months. I'm worried about him lads.


 No.70247

File: bb280ddafcb5e4f⋯.png (228.2 KB, 640x784, 40:49, bateman.png)

File: 81904b652714e10⋯.mp4 (14.1 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, bateman.mp4)


 No.70248

"What remains if you peel away all those things that help you think you know who you are? If one by one you strip away your cultural choices, the validation you get from the company of your peer group, the tools you use for communication? Then what is left behind? If you had asked me that three or four years earlier, when I was just arriving at Penlan, I imagine that I would have guessed: your true self. But I soon found that in fact I rapidly became less and less self-aware; my attention was elsewhere, on the outside. And now that circumstances had forced me to look inward once again, it was to discover that there was perhaps no fixed self to find."


 No.70249

File: 2387e34a3fa843e⋯.jpg (76.5 KB, 720x720, 1:1, 2387e34a3fa843e5c43be5c807….jpg)

File: a7253b4795ce4ae⋯.jpg (45.32 KB, 341x411, 341:411, 1459875771779-1.jpg)

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>>70247

>3D women


 No.70250

>>70247

Is women's suffrage the single worst thing to have befallen the western world?


 No.70251


 No.70252

I am the greatest alpha male to ever walk this earth.


 No.70253

I don't get how I liked music like this so much when I was 17. It's not like I was doing it for attention because I was too ashamed to tell anyone I liked it. It's really just shit.

To be honest I still kind of like it but I think it's only because I was so obsessed with grindcore shit back then that the love has just lasted.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qG5i9CB7LU4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqXXMVZxJS4

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


 No.70254

File: f4f5809f9d3e307⋯.jpg (171.47 KB, 900x888, 75:74, musical wooden frog.jpg)


 No.70255

>>70252

*clears throat*

Cease these presumptuous ejaculations at once.


 No.70256

I'm joining the TA.


 No.70257

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

WE SAY NEVER


 No.70258

I've been practicing singing while playing the guitar. It makes me feel a bit light-headed.


 No.70259

What's music lad up to lately? I always enjoy hearing from you.


 No.70260

>>70259

I went to my grandad's birthday party the other day, other than that I've just been in my room on my computer as always. Got my hands on Roland's various VSTs a couple of weeks ago, been toying with them a lot ever since. I've always had an affinity for the D-50 and JV series sounds, but there was no software that could properly emulate them until recently, so I'm chuffed. They've also got a Sound Canvas plugin, emulating their classic line of General MIDI sound modules that a lot of game soundtracks from the early-mid 90s were designed with, and I've managed to set it up in such a way that all MIDI on my PC runs through it.


 No.70261

>>70259

I had BIG poos and LITTLE wees and a big plate of whibblescromps for teas.

Times like this I can look back and think "Yes, it's been a good day today".


 No.70262

What are your chess.com live blitz rankings?


 No.70263

I'm feeling a bit low tonight. I've been getting really annoyed with myself lately for not pushing myself enough socially. Anyone want to chat on voice somewhere?


 No.70264

>>70260

Are you close to your grandma? I really miss mine, I liked her more than my mum. Look after her lad. I don't know what any of that music stuff means but I'm glad you're still at it.


 No.70265

>>70264

I get along with her, yeah. I used to stay at my paternal grandparents house every weekend from the age of 7 to my mid-teens, and then every other weekend into adulthood, as my dad lived with them for about 15 years after his divorce, so I was around them a lot. They've both moved to separate places since then (still within a couple of miles of each other), but I do still see them every couple of months. They're in good health right now, at least as much as you can be at their age, but I do dread the day when that inevitably changes. My grandma's younger brother and uncle both passed away a few months ago, so thoughts of that nature have been playing on my mind a lot lately.


 No.70266

>tfw one grandmother and aunt that I see 1-2 times a year and 1 Dad left

>tfw almost no family left


 No.70267

Any of the tinder lads about? What's the best kind of photo to use?


 No.70268


 No.70269

>>70267

Photos that make you look good, photos in social settings, photos of you traveling in different countries. Basically anything but bedroom selfies.


 No.70270

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.70271

QUICK

POST YFW EXISTING IN THE WORLD


 No.70272

>>70271

make me


 No.70273

>>70272

Don't tell me what to do.


 No.70274

File: 0ca2dd680725882⋯.png (740.52 KB, 962x542, 481:271, geoff.png)


 No.70275

Give me something to learn on acoustic guitar, lads. Something you like.


 No.70276

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Harvey is going into care, lads.


 No.70277

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Sublime. This is right up the lad who went to his grandma's birthday party's street.


 No.70278

>>70277

There's bits I like and bits I don't, I can't stand prolonged chromatic wankery or asymmetrical time signatures. Also it was my grandad's birthday party.


 No.70279

File: 55e909d237b190d⋯.jpg (51.28 KB, 760x760, 1:1, 1495226025565.jpg)

>>70277

>Jazz


 No.70280

Thoughts on Em7?


 No.70281

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

This is more like it.

>ywn be in a cool band


 No.70282

>>70280

Individual chords mean very little until they're following or followed by other chords. Em7 followed by A7, or sandwiched between a Dm7 and EbM7 can sound great, whereas an Em7 into DbM7 usually sounds quite dissonant. But if you change the context and slap a CM7 after the DbM7, it makes for a nice jazzy cadence. So with every chord, it all depends on what's come before, and what's coming next. It's like individual colour values, on their own they don't mean anything, but when they're surrounded by other colours, they're given a context, and they can be deemed good or bad.


 No.70283

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Classic Lee.


 No.70284

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

What's everyone up to? I'm playing Netherwing and listening to Roosh.


 No.70285

>>70284

I'm off to bed, been awake since 3am. Went out for dinner and a walk with my dad earlier, saw some old ruins. Goodnight guys.


 No.70286

This just about captures my mood at the moment.

https://vocaroo.com/i/s1e4Q1xi60e0


 No.70287

>>70284

Didn't sleep well last night, I feel super tired and my arms and legs are sore.

I'm trying to stay up until a sensible time though, but today has been tough. I haven't been able to do any reading, and haven't done my weekly organisation that I usually do on Sundays.


 No.70288

I just had a 20 minute chat with some yank lad from the dissident discord. I'm not used to voice chatting so I was quite nervous but it went quite well and I enjoyed it.

>>70287

Why are your arms and legs sore, lad?


 No.70289

>>70288

>the dissident discord

What's that?


 No.70290

>>70289

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAMVUXtDSn0sM3cCRIEt7qg

It's a self-improvement orientated community for the ethnonationalisticly-inclined, run by the lad from that channel.


 No.70291

>>70290

I'd highly recommend you stop using discord then, lad. They've leaked right-wing discord info to antifa before.


 No.70292

>>70288

Pushed it a bit too hard with exercise this weekend.


 No.70293

>>70291

And what could antifa do?


 No.70294

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 No.70295

File: 643f1eee2efb952⋯.jpg (72.58 KB, 641x641, 1:1, 1476956409468.jpg)


 No.70296

File: 279ec0a5e6a0b4d⋯.png (1.38 MB, 881x1125, 881:1125, 279ec0a5e6a0b4d9c7ebb5a070….png)

I have stretch marks all over my body even though I've always been slim and I suspect it's because I've hardly been in direct sunlight since before puberty.


 No.70297

Off to a fencing class later.


 No.70298

>>70296

I think most people do


 No.70299

>>70296

I have them everywhere from gaining muscle, though I recall I had loads on my thighs even before that, and I'm not fat. Who cares really?


 No.70300

File: 652152e8f61e328⋯.webm (2.99 MB, 640x640, 1:1, good lift.webm)


 No.70301

>>70298

I don't have stretch marks, I thought it was mostly only fatties and formerly pregnant women that got them.


 No.70302

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Today's theme.


 No.70303

>>70302

Denied.


 No.70304

File: 415697bdc3a14a0⋯.mp4 (14.37 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, jf.mp4)


 No.70305

>>70304

what are you trying to convay through this non contextal webm?


 No.70306

>>70305

I don't know. I was hoping one of you could make sense of it for me.


 No.70307

>>70306

go fuck yourself


 No.70308

>>70307

I won't.


 No.70309

How many of us are there?


 No.70310

>>70309

Less than 10, more than 5.


 No.70311

Don't masturbate.


 No.70312

/brit/ crossposter, please fuck off, or at the very least, keep your cancer where it belongs, thank you.


 No.70313

>>70312

I have no idea what you're talking about but I shall be heading over there to post up a shitstorm.


 No.70314

>>70313

>>>/brit/1059718

>>>/brit/1059723

>>>/brit/1059732 (in response to >>>/brit/1059678 )

>>>/brit/1059741

>>>/brit/1059746

He's always reposting his and other /brit/cunt's irrelevant shite here, and he's a "WILLIES POO" poster to boot.


 No.70315

>>70314

I want to change lad but my brain's reward system is geared towards this kind of behaviour. How do I stop?


 No.70316

File: 24e10bd28ab4b60⋯.jpg (29.46 KB, 500x333, 500:333, 24e10bd28ab4b6031ff0c27cd6….jpg)

>>70304

Ahaha holy shit JF is at it again. Why did he even risk letting her out of her cage while he was streaming.


 No.70317

>>70316

How is this guy a popular figure? he's litreally fucking retards.


 No.70318

>>70317

People who are into epolitics are pretty retarded.


 No.70319

I'm streaming re2r starting at 20 past.

twitch.tv/wyte_powdert


 No.70320

Fencing was so much fun. I've found a new hobby.


 No.70321

>>70304

I suppose you could say it was a… low IQ intervention


 No.70322

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I love her, lads.


 No.70323

>>70322

>7 year old video

she's probably a post-wall hobgoblin now lad


 No.70324


 No.70325

>>70324

I stand corrected


 No.70326

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

he cute


 No.70327

What is the best line in all of TV history?

I'd have to say "we had been on break!" haha


 No.70328

File: 344d0a4cbe00fc8⋯.png (1.25 MB, 2134x1248, 1067:624, blanche.png)


 No.70329

This is detective chief inspector Keith Wiggins with the Met police. We're looking for an individual going by the name of "the scroopleflomper", and we're offering an extremely generous reward for any information leading to his arrest. This poster is extremely dangerous. Do not engage with him under any circumstances.


 No.70330

File: 753e4490096e502⋯.png (24.16 KB, 773x256, 773:256, terrys.png)


 No.70331

File: 08ebd36f8d82df3⋯.png (2.83 KB, 470x454, 235:227, hmm.png)

>>70330

>REEEEE BREXIT IS GOING TO MAKE US ALL UNEMPLOYED

>I have to tell employers to make sure brexiteers are laid off post-brexit


 No.70332

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.70333

Hope you lads are all ready for v-day and got your gfs some nice gifts!


 No.70334

File: 049020a8329d7cb⋯.gif (1.78 MB, 350x255, 70:51, impressive.gif)


 No.70335

Good morning. What's the plan for today then?


 No.70336

Good morning. What's the plan for today then?


 No.70337

>>70336

I've just being setting my new chink for in preperation for work tomorrow.


 No.70338

>>70336

Been in work lad. Want to do a bunch of organisation tonight since I haven't had a proper tidy up for 2 weeks.


 No.70339

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I'm going to learn this one.


 No.70340

I hate to admit it, but it feels like the board is dying. I've been dreading this.


 No.70341

>>70340

I've not posted since the 11th despite being at my computer and having the thread open every day. I've not done anything out of the ordinary or worth talking about, and I'm not really interested in entertaining the lad who uses this thread as his personal dumping ground.


 No.70342

>>70340

I've felt this way for about a year at least

>>70341

It might be more than that lads dumping ground if anons like you made an effort


 No.70343

>>70340

It's been like this for three years, and it will for another three.


 No.70344


 No.70345

I am and always shall be a great alpha male. I am in search of other similar men who would like to chat with me in a platonic way.


 No.70346

>>70341

>>70342

I'm the same tbh.

It's not really a case of making an effort, it's literally a case of I do very little so I have very little to post.


 No.70347

>>70342

>It might be more than that lads dumping ground if anons like you made an effort

I'm not the one complaining about the board being dead. We have pretty much the same number of regulars as we did a year or two ago, and we've had many quiet weeks/months like this in the past, yet here we are, so I'm not bothered. I've always held the opinion that I'd rather have no posts than shit posts, and I'll always choose to pass on replying to anyone deperately trying to force "board activity" using weak bait, non sequiturs, and bizarre roleplay, rather than give it any validation.


 No.70348

Not feeling to great lads, think I'm another bout of misery is kicking in. Hopefully I can push through this one.


 No.70349

>>70348

iktf, valentine's day usually passes without me noticing but this one sparked the thought of love in my mind


 No.70350

Just got back from my youngest niece's 2nd birthday party at her other nan's house. Feels good to be the favourite uncle.


 No.70351

>>70349

Wasn't at all to do with valentines day honestly, there's no reason behind it, I'm just feeling miserable.

Keeping myself busy though. Went to the cinema today and I'm signing up for a gym in the week.


 No.70352

Apparently cuckchan has been sending videos of girlsdoporn to the girls' family members and now they're suing the company because they were 'tricked' into doing it. I hope in my lifetime I will witness and participate in the roastie genocide.

https://web.archive.org/web/20190212220306/https://www.nbcsandiego.com/investigations/Uncovering-A-San-Diego-Porn-Scheme-505531081.html


 No.70354

File: 5232f1c690e297f⋯.jpg (25.92 KB, 800x490, 80:49, iqut9o3r14xy.jpg)

>at work

>new female colleague, act friendly since she's new

>walk past her desk

>see from her computer wallpaper that she's in an interracial relationship

>immediately cease all association and start ignoring her


 No.70355

>>70354

Good lad.


 No.70356

>acid dick again

Is there a greater hell?


 No.70357

>>70356

There is not. I haven't had it for a while though, after a long stretch of getting it a lot. Not exactly sure why, but I did reduce my salt intake and made an effort to drink even more water than I already was.


 No.70358

>>70357

>>70356

What the fuck is acid dick? Some kind of normie STD?


 No.70359

>>70358

It's when your dick burns and you have an overwhelming desire to piss (but very little piss comes out) after wanking. Its not a normie affliction, quite the opposite in fact.


 No.70360

>>70358

No, it's when you piss and it hurts like fuck afterwards, particularly if you've had a fap not long before, but sometimes even without. I'm a virgin, been a shut-in / NEET for the majority the last 11 years, and a former fapaholic.


 No.70361

>>70359

>>70360

Oh, I've always pissed right after having a wank so I think I've immunised myself to this because I've never experienced it.


 No.70362

Post one alpha trait that you have, and then one beta trait that you have.


 No.70363


 No.70364

>>70363

That's alright. I respect your decision and hope you have a nice evening.


 No.70365

File: f3fbe749542e20b⋯.jpg (27.37 KB, 333x499, 333:499, bollard lad.jpg)

There's always someone who has it worse.


 No.70366

>>70362

>don't follow the crowd or give an inch to peer pressure

<am long-term NEET and spend the majority of my days on my computer in my childhood bedroom at my mum's house despite being 3 years away from age 30


 No.70367

>>70366

Get a job lad, then you can spend the majority of your days in a job you hate then come home to spend the rest of your day on your computer in your childhood bedroom at your mum's house despite being 3 years away from age 30.

Its certainly gone great for me….


 No.70368

>>70367

I did get a job a couple of years ago, only without the coming home to spend the rest of my day on my computer in my childhood bedroom at my mum's house. Instead, I came home to spend the rest of my day crashed out on my undersized bed with a rock hard mattress in the spare room at my dad's house despite being 6 years away from 30. I definitely prefer my current situation to that. Wageslavery, never again.


 No.70369

>>70368

Because you got a crappy job.

Get a shit tier office job where you can finish your workload before 11:00am and then just browse the internet for the rest of the day.


 No.70370

I'm moving into a nice new office for work next month. A massive upgrade to our current one.

Sounds wageslaveish, but it's been rewarding watching and being part of a growing business that was operating in a storage container with only 3 employees just last year and now seeing how far we've come.


 No.70371

>>70369

Or I could just not do that, still get 1/2 the money anyway thanks to our based welfare system (even more if I ever needed to live alone), and have 100% free time to spend as I please. Wageslavery simply can't compete with that. If I absolutely have to, I'll go back to it, but until then I'm alright. Really I'd prefer to be self-employed.


 No.70372

>>70371

Do you really do anything that productive from 9-5?


 No.70373

>>70372

I don't work around a schedule or anything, but I'm always making music or doing various other little projects. Here's a taste of a WIP track I've been working on since yesterday: https://files.catbox.moe/xk2nzs.mp3


 No.70374

I dreamt I discovered an artificial/alien intelligence that had enslaved humanity. I confronted it but face to face with this godlike being all I could do was sigh, turn around and walk out the door.


 No.70375

>>70373

I like that a lot, not a big fan of the sample(?) that comes at 0:44 though.


 No.70376

I had a dream last night, the only thing I can remember from it is that I kept cooking things in the oven, then when I opened the oven to take them out I realised I had forgotten that I had put cartons of milk in there for storage and they had melted.

What did my subconscious mean by this?


 No.70377

>>70373

Sounds like something that would be the soundtrack of a modern Theme Hospital reboot. And I don't mean that in a bad way.


 No.70378

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>70375

Cheers lad. It's a tenor saxophone patch from a 90s ROMpler, I played it in with my keyboard. Yeah, sax is often one of those "love it or hate it" instruments, and I'm not a massive fan of sax in general myself, bar a few exceptions. Last time I put sax on a track was about 12 years ago, so I thought I'd give it another go. Definitely hard to get right.

>>70377

Thanks lad, not thought about that game in a long time. I didn't have it, but I remember playing it round my cousin's house, along with the "Petz" games (vid related) and C&C Red Alert.


 No.70381

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Ziggy's dead.


 No.70382

>>70354

Update: she actually brought her mongrel kids into work. I wish I was just memeing. How can a woman truly love these creatures when they look so alien to her?


 No.70383

>>70362

>tall and decent looking

<cripilingly shy


 No.70384

Enjoying the RE2 remake. Did any of you lads ever play Dead rising? (the original couple not the shit nu-frank stuff). Capcom are the Kings of zombie kino


 No.70385

>acid dick a 2nd night in a row

Lads, in concerned I might actually have a UTI or something. I drinks a shit load of water though so I'd be surprised.


 No.70386

>>70384

I never got into the whole zombie fad, although I did enjoy the original RE and RE2. No intention of playing the remake, doesn't appeal to me at all.


 No.70387

Saw a chav buying broccoli today.


 No.70388

If things go according to plan, I should finally be moving out of my mum's house this year (hopefully before my 30th birthday at the end of the year).

Really looking forward to the freedom and independence, but I'm a bit apprehensive about the responsibilities that I may not be prepared for.

Any /livealone/ lads here who can give me advice on what to look out for when moving out for the first time, or any things that caught you unaware?


 No.70389

>>70388

How can you afford to live alone lad? I want to move out but it's just so expensive


 No.70390

File: e1d22c964212831⋯.webm (2.15 MB, 640x360, 16:9, owen antisemitism.webm)

Owen is are lad.


 No.70391

>>70388

>single person council tax discount

>research optimal energy providers and tariffs for your area

>shower at the gym

>shop at lidl

If anything I was surprised by just how easy it was, and how much I'm still able to save, though my rent is only £85 a week because my area has some of the lowest rents in the country. It's a nice place and my neighbours all keep to themselves.

I started a 24 hour fast last night at 10pm, so I'm looking forward to breaking it later on with a home made curry followed by a Gü cheesecake. For me it's the lemon drizzle.


 No.70392

>>70391

You seem like a great lad.


 No.70393

>>70388

>>70391

I wish lad. Rent here would be around £475 a month, which isn't really doable in a comfortable situation on £1200 a month income.


 No.70394

>>70389

I've got a large amount of money coming in soon, plus I have enough savings from 5 years of work for a deposit.

I live in an area with very low housing prices.

>>70391

Cheers lad, I've actually been shopping around at different supermarkets recently and was surprised just how much cheaper some things are in some of them due to deals and whatnot.


 No.70395

>>70393

It is tbh.


 No.70396

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

This stretch is really good. My back was hurting so I did it for a few minutes and the pain is virtually gone.


 No.70397

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.70398

>>70397

she's cute, I want to marry her and have many children with her

probably a whore like all women though


 No.70399

File: 515f3fee79e655b⋯.jpg (17.3 KB, 256x363, 256:363, gt4.jpg)

Who here used to play the Gran Turismo games? I remember I once accidentally wiped my older brother's 97% save on this one. He was furious.


 No.70400

>>70399

I only had the one on PSP and the "HD Concept" PS3 demo. I played 1 and 3 round friends' houses but I could never get the hang of it, and I wasn't an autist for cars like they were. I preferred arcade and kart racers.


 No.70401

>>70399

I always found racing games really boring.


 No.70402

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 No.70403

Can I get some recommendations for music to listen to at the gym?


 No.70404

>>70403

Dungeon Synth.


 No.70405

Reminder: Fuck Ron


 No.70406

>>70403

Dance with the Dead


 No.70407

I have finally reached Outland.


 No.70408

>>70401

Same here.

The only one I ever enjoyed was Need For Speed Underground for the PS2, and that was more to do with the car customization than the racing.


 No.70409

File: ed8be75001d30df⋯.jpg (15.29 KB, 200x236, 50:59, Hercposter.jpg)

>perfect games don't exi-


 No.70410

>>70409

That game was pretty good, but far from perfect. A flawed gem, I'd say.


 No.70411

>>70409

I had the demo on PC as a lad, it was the 3D segment with the cyclops. I played the shit out of that one level. Always wanted the full game, didn't realise until years later that it was actually a 2D platformer for the most part.


 No.70412

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I'm back at work now after breaking my penis. Lots of people have asked where I've been, I just told them I was in a canoeing accident which I can't discuss for legal reasons.

>that feeling of joy and fulfillment when putting stock out on the shelf after almost two months

This evening's theme.


 No.70413

>>70412

>I just told them I was in a canoeing accident which I can't discuss for legal reasons.

Couldn't you have come up with a less weird and convoluted excuse? Or did you want to sound like an autist?


 No.70414

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 No.70415

File: e8834e59c6647f1⋯.jpg (8.49 KB, 402x462, 67:77, 1549747844955.jpg)

>>70414

>tfw clean because I'm a based netherlad


 No.70416

>>70413

I don't have to come up with anything for anyone. I tell them what I want.


 No.70417

>>70415

It's a good feel, when will non-VPN fags learn?


 No.70418

>>70416

Right, the autism was not intentional, got it.


 No.70419

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 No.70420

>>70419

This young man has a good head on his shoulders.


 No.70421

After careful consideration I have reached the conclusion that all women should be enslaved (in Minecraft).


 No.70422

>>70421

Can women in Minecraft still cook me my lunch though ?

Also, howdy Brits, hope all is decent with you guys.


 No.70423

How are we all finding this summery winter?


 No.70424

I'm off to a heavy metal gig on Sunday, and I'm a bit nervous. What are you supposed to do at a gig? What do you do with your arms while they're playing?


 No.70425

>>70424

Don't worry. It's a heavy metal gig so you can't possibly be the most autistic one there.


 No.70426

File: 89a2c69d7c5fde0⋯.webm (5.07 MB, 1090x450, 109:45, hard times.webm)

I am posting this from the year 103 [2048 CE] through a newly hacker-discovered internet backend made by the CIA during the early-era net, code named GOATSE, that allows retroactive internet interfacing which they have used to great effect for rewriting 21st century herstory.

Currently, ~85% of the male population of United Earth are registered incels; according to ultra-reaxxtionaries hiding in the deepest of datastreams that number is closer to 95%, if you don't count trannies as getting laid. This coagulation of XY chromosomes, faced with the living nightmare of ontological obsolescence, are only breathing unthanks to the efforts of █████. █████, a secret government organisation founded in 54 with the goal of producing and perfecting waifus to keep these pathetic workdrones off the metaphysical Mapo bridge in the current gynotopia. While many hope to pass the annual government interrogations to prove their suitability for the copulation licence, nobody has been known to escape.

Please spread this information and ignite a beta uprising before sub8manity is doomed to perpetual enslavement.


 No.70427

>>70426

>able to get a message to the past

>sends it to one of the quietest and slowest boards in existence


 No.70428

I have one small spot on my foot that is incredibly itchy, and it's impossible to get to whilst wearing shoes. It is maddening.


 No.70429

>>70424

You get in a the moshpit lad


 No.70431

Pizza definitely gets better when aged at room temperature for a few days.


 No.70432

Sometimes I think I'm shit, and sometimes I think I'm a top lad.

How's your self-image? What are some things you do to improve it?


 No.70433

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I really, really like his channel.


 No.70434

I've just had an absolutely phenomenal driving lesson. I'm getting really good at it.


 No.70435

https://poal.me/iv94t9

Driving lads. Has it improved your life? What do you like most about having a car?


 No.70436

File: 7f92e260348d8e5⋯.png (62.07 KB, 300x300, 1:1, visibly perturbed wojak.png)

All out in the sun with our mates and gfs are we?


 No.70437

>>70436

I was lying down on the living room floor in the sun with my cat because I need vitamin d.


 No.70438

>>70436

I was out gardening but once that was done it was back inside.


 No.70439

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What are the chords?


 No.70440

>>70436

I've been playing Minecraft. I always ignored it back in the day, I kind of regret that now since it's kind of *fun*


 No.70441

File: 3dae50d940578ba⋯.jpg (168.35 KB, 640x640, 1:1, circle-of-fifths--15230162….jpg)

>>70439

It uses a staple jazz progression, going anti-clockwise around the circle of fifths, which is essentially a series of "ii-V-I"s. The core of the progression for the most part is: Em7, A7, DM7, GM7, C#m7b5 (minor 7th with a flat fifth), F#7, Bm (sometimes he does Bm7 into a B7, which resolves nicely back to the E).

>>70440

I've been playing it on and off recently as well. Who's making the /craftfeel/ server then?


 No.70442

>>70441

I'd be well up for that.

https://poal.me/hc7y7x


 No.70443

File: f37f96f62f00121⋯.gif (1.76 KB, 225x300, 3:4, Gm7.11.gif)

>>70441

Lad, are you sure that's a GM7? It doesn't sound like him when I play it. The rest is fine.


 No.70444

>>70443

Your picture shows minor 7th, not Major 7th. He does pedal a 6th in there as well at times, but that's just ornamentation, functionally it's an M7 chord.


 No.70445

>>70442

Let's do it.


 No.70446

Did any of you 'tismcraft lads play it in 2009?

I remember the /v/ threads about it when it first came out, and all the enthusiasm about what it could become when the very first survival mode news started coming out.


 No.70447

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>>70446

I played it in alpha, maybe around 2010-12. I'd consider it a great game for kids if you exclude the internet culture around it.


 No.70448

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>become anemic soyboy that can't cum from years of (((veganism)))

>involuntarily ejaculate on day one of eating meat


 No.70449

>>70442

Right then. Who's going to make it happen? I don't know how to do it.


 No.70450

>>70449

Neither do I


 No.70451

>>70450

I nominate this lad.

>>70441


 No.70452

>>70446

I first played it in early 2011 just before they added beds, and I stopped playing it regularly around the time of the "adventure update". Since then I've dipped into it a handful of times, but not substantially until the last year or so. There's still a lot of stuff in survival that I've never seen or done.

>>70451

I nominate one of our resident wageslaves with disposable income, because servers aren't free, and I am but a lowly NEET.


 No.70453

I'm only joining craftfeel if it's a comfy cooperative server with good lads only.


 No.70454

*griefs your 6-man server*

pshht…nuthin personnel lad


 No.70455

>>70446

Just had a look at the versions released to see what version I would have first played, and as such the date. 0.0.19a would have been when I first downloaded the game, as this was the version before they added cloth and I remember that being added in. I also don't remember the game not having a hotbar, which was added in 0.0.19a.

Interestingly they were both released on the same day, so I may have literally downloaded it without wool in the morning and seen the update that evening.

I was playing alongside some people I knew from a Pokemon forum at the time, this was back on June 20 2009. We played a bunch in creative mode but had no real interest in survival.


 No.70456

I was paid today so I'm going to buy a new mattress for the first time in my life.

Thinking about it, my current mattress is just disgusting since it has been pissed on, puked on and bled all over multiple times.


 No.70457

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>ywn live in the England that exists in the minds of Japanese people

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARUb_yFMgw8


 No.70458

>>70457

Always cracks me up in anime/manga whenever they visit London, Paris, etc. and it's exclusively 18th century architecture, huge palaces, grand ballrooms, four-poster beds, and blonde-haired, blue-eyed people. I feel very sorry for any westaboo Japs that make the mistake of actually visiting those places.


 No.70459

What's everyone having for breakfast? For me, it's a bacon sandwich.


 No.70460

File: bc3212df7f488e6⋯.png (1.33 MB, 1125x1555, 225:311, royal poz.png)


 No.70461

File: c74f5941c714d2b⋯.jpg (18.66 KB, 660x371, 660:371, Lord Ahmed.jpg)

Lord Ahmed charged with attempted rape of girl

>A member of the House of Lords has been charged with two counts of attempting to rape a girl.

>Former Labour peer Lord Ahmed of Rotherham, 61, is also charged with indecent assault of a boy under 13.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-47413418


 No.70462

>>70458

>I feel very sorry for any westaboo Japs that make the mistake of actually visiting those places.

Isn't that actually a thing? Paris Syndrome or something.


 No.70463

>>70462

Supposedly, I think it was mostly just media making much ado about nothing for the sake of clicks, but I can imagine the reality of those places does slap naive tourists pretty hard. It's their own fault really, you can't expect a major city to be anything other than a shithole with a few token historical bits dotted around a soulless concrete jungle. With a small bit of research, they could have had a lovely time in the countless actual idyllic towns and villages that the UK and Europe as a whole has to offer, where the air is cleaner, the people are nicer, and things aren't nearly as expensive.


 No.70464

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2019 Arnold Strongman Classic

LIVE


 No.70465

File: cd6c639f053d0a5⋯.png (871.38 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

>>70461

>Lord Ahmed of Rotherham


 No.70466

Do any of you lads listen to podcasts?


 No.70467

>>70463

I went to Mayfair for a work trip in December. It wasn't anywhere near as bad as everyone here made it out to be.

It was painfully expensive but fortunately I paid for nothing but a tube ticket.


 No.70468

Lads, what disgusting things do you like eating?

There's a gross takeaway round here that sells a "Mexican Wrap". Basically it's chips, jalapeno peppers, chilli, garlic sauce, chicken kebab all put in a 1ft long wrap. It's vile but I love them.


 No.70469


 No.70470

>>70469

>yeah

what podcasts?


 No.70471

>>70470

>actually trying to engage with someone after such an autistic response


 No.70472

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This has to be the most attractive chav couple I've ever seen. Usually they look so skanky but these are both 8/10s.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdqMG4hDoto


 No.70473

This post changed my life >>49905


 No.70474

>>70473

For the better I hope, if so I'm glad to have been of assistance.


 No.70475

>>70466

I listen to a bunch of TRS podcasts


 No.70476

>>70474

For the better. Thankyou for your assistance.


 No.70477

>>70471

honestly I was tempted to call him out for that awful response but I figured I'd give him the benefit of the doubt in case he was a massive autist and not just an asshole.


 No.70478

I'm going to a gig later. Goodbye,


 No.70479

Just got back from the gym lads.

Today was the first time I stopped my running on the treadmill because I was too tired to keep going, instead of because my legs were hurting. I guess they're finally used to running.

Been doing 1-1 interval so far, and it's going quite well. Hit 6 speed on the treadmill towards the end of the session, although did most of it at 5.

Knees are hurting a bit now mind, may have gone a bit too hard on it.


 No.70480

>>70433

This is a great video.


 No.70481

>>70472

what shithole are you from where those are 8/10s?


 No.70482

What are you all up to today? I'll be getting stock from the backups, and putting it out on the shelf.


 No.70483

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Miss him so much.


 No.70484

>>70483

He was the last person we had to fight for us in the intellectual space. Given the autistic state of the current and young far right in this country I doubt we'll have another like him. Welcome to a future of endless NA clones and brit/pol/ shitposting.


 No.70485

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I enjoyed watching them last night. I didn't like some of the harder martial industrial stuff but their Sound of Music covers were absolutely fantastic. Everyone in the crowd just stood and watched like zombies, which I thought was a bit autistic. Aren't you supposed to dance to music? There were about three people who were actually moving.


 No.70486

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>>70485

>Laibach (German pronunciation: [ˈlaɪbax]) is a Slovenian avant-garde music group associated with the industrial, martial, and neo-classical genres

Doesn't exactly sound like a dance act to me lad. That said, todays average music-goers range between image-obsessed normalcunts and painfully uptight autists, neither of whom are particularly concerned with dancing or going mental at a music event. You'll be lucky to see them half-heartedly put their hands in the air once or twice.

https://youtu.be/0fYjmvfIJYI?t=797


 No.70487

>>70481

They're definitely above 6 without any doubt.

They're possibly a 7 but could be considered higher.

They both have pleasant facial features and would look beautiful/handsome if not so scummy.


 No.70488

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He's absolutely right isn't he lads.


 No.70489

I often have the feeling that I have been somewhere else, even far away, though I haven't left my room.


 No.70490

How do you host a minecraft server?


 No.70491

>>70490

As far as I researched, you can pay monthly to a service that specialises in minecraft servers, and they'll set it all up for you and give you an interface to work with, otherwise you have to pay for server space some other way and set it all up yourself. The main factor to take into account seemed to be the allotment of RAM they give you, which will dictate how many people you can host at once and how many server-based mods you can run. Mojang have their own "realms" thing, but apparently it's more expensive and not as good as using a third party service.


 No.70492

File: 2e7e2209c1141c6⋯.png (517.44 KB, 696x747, 232:249, 2e7e2209c1141c6bc53288fb14….png)

<'oof'

<'yikes..'


 No.70493

>>70492

yikes


 No.70494

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Fantastic.


 No.70495

File: ff6dc30ec70ec48⋯.png (199.68 KB, 570x275, 114:55, 1551767237602.png)

>>70494

You are correct.


 No.70496

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>>70485

I'm jealous, I like Laibach a lot. This is my favourite from their latest album, the video is kino too.


 No.70497

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

More excellent music. This is the cheeky bald bloke from Laibach's other band.


 No.70498

Do you think humans are naturally monogamous?


 No.70499

File: 95a424de281ef4d⋯.jpg (17.36 KB, 262x335, 262:335, 6908589028597.JPG)

>>70498

>'humans'


 No.70500

Anyone still practicing meditation?

I've been at it for a few months now, admittedly not as frequently or consistently as I'd like, but I still feel like I'm experiencing some benefits. My headspace seems less chaotic, and I'm more aware of my thoughts (I'm getting especially better at not latching onto the negative/distorted ones, this can be partially attributed to CBT). It also makes getting to sleep easier.


 No.70501

>>70498

No, this is why pretty much every civilization has had to enforce it by law.


 No.70502

>>70501

Do you consider civilisation to be our natural structure?


 No.70503


 No.70504

My colleague told me quite an amusing story.

When he moved into his new house, it was just a standard terraced house with no back garden and just a concrete yard. In the middle of it was a rectangular brick structure about 3ft high. He wanted it gone because it was weird, but he was mostly curious about what was inside, he was hoping it was going to be some kind of time capsule or just something interesting.

Inside were two dead dogs. It was a pet grave. He had to call the council to remove the two decomposing dogs from this weird brick shrine.


 No.70505

>>70504

There is nothing strange about this.


 No.70506

>>70505

How many dogs do you have entombed in your back garden, lad?


 No.70507

>>70506

One is buried with a few bricks and chimes on top of the spot. Feels good to not be a nigger.


 No.70508

I started an archery course today, it was good.


 No.70509

>>70507

Buried, yes.

Entombed in bricks on a concrete yard? No.


 No.70510

I think I've become a normie.


 No.70511

>>70509

Oh, that is strange.


 No.70512

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It's fucking kicking off


 No.70513

>>70511

Maybe read the post properly next time, idiot.


 No.70514


 No.70515

>>70514

>no I refuse to stop being a complete retard!

Suit yourself.


 No.70516

Mum is taking far too long with dinner. What the hell is she playing at?


 No.70517

>>70516

So it turns out, after saying she was putting dinner on, she didn't actually even start for another hour. I'll be noting this in her performance review.


 No.70518

What the Jews are doing to Michael Jackson is disgusting.


 No.70519

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Eric was on JF's show.


 No.70520

>>70519

I'm a few minutes in and I've already given up. Are any of you actually smart enough to understand this?


 No.70521

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Lads, try this and post your results. I just finished it and I feel incredibly relaxed, and was able to hold my breath for significantly longer than I normally can.


 No.70522

>>70518

Do you think be because of the bleached skin they forgot he's actually a nigger and not their intended target?


 No.70523

What is the BEST chocolate bar and why is it boost bar?


 No.70524

>>70523

Peanut butter KitKat Chunky


 No.70525

>>70512

>not 1st gen blades

>>70523

I like a picnic bar, I like the chew and the raisins


 No.70526

>>70523

For me, it's the Kinder Bueno.


 No.70527

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Beautiful.


 No.70528

https://archive.fo/youoR

>found naked, face-down and with visible blows to her body

>"foul play was probably not involved"


 No.70529

>>70528

Reads like a dark comedy sketch.


 No.70530

>>70528

>"Catherine just loved mountains and sunrises," they said. "She died doing what she loved."

yeah, experiencing nonwhite culture


 No.70531

Every time I hear some cretin with an exaggeratedly loud exhaust driving around town I wish they would die violently.


 No.70535

>>70532

>>70533

>>70534

>Link to forum with one post by one member and it's literally this.

>Links on forum to some rabbi's teachings to Africans.

I am NOT falling for this.


 No.70536

>>70531

>used to have citroen saxo vts with no muffler

>always used to stay in low gears just to make more noise

>every night when driving home from work at 10:00pm I used to drive down all the streets and bump the rev limit

>used to laugh whilst small children would cover their ears and dogs would bark at me

Feels good to be loud.


 No.70537

>>70536

Drive off a bridge.


 No.70538

File: b41142f6e4232e3⋯.jpeg (30.9 KB, 800x448, 25:14, gday mate.jpeg)

The age of extreme irl shitposting has begun.


 No.70539

File: d8c2867b68b3dab⋯.mp4 (1.6 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, 300 confirmed kills.mp4)


 No.70540

File: bf0ad886cc0bbcf⋯.png (77.99 KB, 240x228, 20:19, bf0ad886cc0bbcfec9762db281….png)


 No.70541

File: f566aaeede13a47⋯.webm (1.47 MB, 1920x804, 160:67, what a lovely day.webm)

File: 48dd6964ca26f8d⋯.gif (756.24 KB, 480x270, 16:9, 17346187.gif)

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


 No.70542

File: 246e07d5ca46df7⋯.jpg (117.56 KB, 719x761, 719:761, 1552647054914.jpg)

Imagine having a politician who doesn't hate white people. How novel.


 No.70543

>>70521

This might seem like wishy-washy mystical bollocks to you lads but I've been doing it for 4 days now and I really like it, and of course the man's achievements speak for themselves so there must be something to it. I like doing it lying down with my eyes closed, while also practicing mindfulness, especially during the breath-holding periods. It makes me feel very deeply relaxed. Would music lad care to weigh in?–I've enjoyed reading your posts on meditation in the past.


 No.70544

>>70543

I don't really have anything to add, that technique doesn't appeal to me personally but if it works for you then keep it up.


 No.70545

>>70543

I find it quite useful for giving me energy. I definitely fall victim to the pitfall that is shallow breathing, and any chance to get more oxygen in me can't be scoffed at. If I do it before a set of push ups, I don't feel out of breath at the end of them at all.


 No.70546

File: 3f3d31a921e159f⋯.png (8.74 KB, 437x115, 19:5, oldpost1.PNG)

I don't think I've been here in over a year maybe, the christchurch shooting reminded me that this place exists and I wanted to stop by and say hello. How are you lads doing? I see the wibblescromp guy and music lad are still here, it's nice to see the community surviving! I found I had an old post saved in one of my image folders. Good times, good times. I wish you all the best, lads!


 No.70547

>>70546

Did you get the job at the chip shop?


 No.70548

File: 6eb77bd33c75222⋯.jpg (184.99 KB, 1083x720, 361:240, 1445536210910.jpg)

>>70547

I didn't, would you believe? I've worked a few odd jobs since then and spent a year in university too, but I'm currently NEET, have been for just over a year now maybe? Maybe I should check in at the chip shop again, they're sure to take me this time!

Also how was your day lad? I've been playing Dark Souls. Great game.


 No.70549

>>70548

Ah well, life goes on.

Finished work at 10 and now I'm just winding down before bed.


 No.70550

>>70549

Nice lad, what is it you work as? I think the only wagie I remember from here in the past was the one who moved to Scotland to work as a games tester or something like that, but that was so long ago now. Does this place sitll get new posters for that matter, or is it thriving off the same old stock?


 No.70551

>>70550

I work in a warehouse. It feels like we're dwindling away tbh, haven't really seen any new posters in a while and the board regulars post less often.

Even the whibblescromper doesn't post much any more.


 No.70552

>>70551

Well, I'm just happy to see the place hasn't been claimed by some rogue board owner or whatever. I'm gonna head off to bed too, but I reckon I'll come around and post a bit more often. Night mate.


 No.70553

File: 28407d729d3bb1b⋯.png (5.86 KB, 320x256, 5:4, ENDITALL.png)

>>70550

I'm still here lad (dolequest guy). It's snowing sideways in Scotland right now.

I find myself coming back less and less and life is starting to take over my free time. It's a sad state of affairs to leave a community but we're dying, and I am happy to have grown up and tackled the depressed guy I was in 2015 at the start of britfeel

Hope you are all doing ok


 No.70554

File: 13c734a64d076f2⋯.jpg (1.12 MB, 3000x1791, 1000:597, 13493286.jpg)

>>70553

We're only "dying" in the sense that we've not been posting much recently for whatever reason, but we still have the same number of people visiting here as we did two years ago. You can see this by looking at the recent minecraft poll, which got 8 votes. Assuming nobody voted twice, that's consistent with almost every non-manipulated and non-crossposted poll we've done for the last 2 and a half years.

https://www.strawpoll.me/11273676/r

>Asked Sep 21, 2016

>Hope you are all doing ok

I'm alright lad. I bought myself an analogue synthesizer about 3 weeks ago, Behringer Neutron for £260 (and that's new, not second hand), so I've mainly been playing around with that. It really is a quality bit of kit, all metal chassis, solid metal shaft pots, and it sounds excellent. You couldn't get anything like this from anyone else without at least adding another 0 onto the price, the price-hiking bastards.


 No.70555

>>70553

Nice to hear from you mate, I'm glad you got over the shit that was bothering you back then. I'm slowly getting better too, my depression is getting less severe, and I don't drink much at all anymore. Things kind of came to a head in late 2017 when I was drinking a litre of gin a day and when I stopped I got delirium tremens and had to spend four or five days in hospital, gave me some much needed perspective. The plan now is to go back to uni this year only to actually study instead of drinking and doing drugs alone in my room all day and going weeks without eating, looking forward to it.

>>70554

That is a seriously nice looking bit of kit. As an aside though, it kind of triggers me that anything that uses a particle for it's naming always fucks up the image. Like seriously, this thing is called a neutron yet it's using some mystery atom with one proton and three electrons for its logo, has anyone ever heard of something like this existing? Protonmail also does a similar thing, where their loading screen logo is an electron whizzing around a single nucleic particle, presumably proton, which is a lot more forgiveable because it's a depiction of protium, the most common hydrogen isotope. Electron, the software development tool, also does the same shit. One proton orbitted by three electrons. I'll never understand.


 No.70556

File: bc088b2acea9db7⋯.png (211.96 KB, 612x329, 612:329, 5cf6d0132f0d302ca597ec01e1….png)

Today I walked past some teenage girls who were sitting on some grass and their bikes were on the side of the pavement, not in the way. One of them shouted at me "sorry about the bikes.. person" and they laughed at me. Obviously a female cannot let a beta male walk by without fucking with him; still it was too much for them to acknowledge me as a male, just 'person'. The bus driver gave me a child ticket too, even though I'm 21.


 No.70557

>>70556

I'm 22 and still get child tickets. Also one time quite recently when I went to buy beer, the young girl behind the counter ID'd me and when she looked at it she gasped and said "fucking hell, you're older than me". My consolation is that I'll be grateful for my slow ageing when I reach middle age. Enjoy it lad, it may seem like a curse, but in the long run it's a blessing.


 No.70558

>>70557

I don't think looking young will matter if we start balding.


 No.70559

>>70558

well I'd rather look like a bald 30 year old at 40 than a bald thirty year old at 20, my hairline's fine as it stands, anyways.


 No.70560

Went the extra mile for the customers today lads. What's everyone up to?


 No.70561

>>70558

>if we start balding

H-haha


 No.70562

>>70546

I'm still here lad. Despite having a bit of a drinking problem back in Uni, and being unable to leave bed some days I'm doing quite well now.

I gave up getting drunk completely on December 1st last year, I've had a few pints since but I haven't been drunk. No more than 3 pints in a day. I've also taken a healthier approach to life, and it's going well for me, all I'm drinking is water now.

I don't feel anxious anymore, and while my job isn't something that inspires passion in me, I don't feel hopeless. I could honestly say I'm the happiest I've ever been.


 No.70563

>>70562

I'm glad to hear it! I've been borderline drunk one time this year, and other than that I've been more or less doing the same as you, usually 1-2 pints no more than once or twice a week, this month it's been even less. I'm inclined to pretty drastic fluctuations in mood, but when I take a depressive dive it usually only lasts a day or even less, when it used to last for months before. I'm not satisfied with my current station in life and have ambitions and goals that I want to realise, but I think it's fair to say I too am at the happiest I've been since I was a child.


 No.70564

>>70563

>I'm inclined to pretty drastic fluctuations in mood, but when I take a depressive dive it usually only lasts a day or even less, when it used to last for months before.

I know that feeling lad. I've only felt super down once this year, and it was nowhere near as bad as it was before. I still fear hitting a patch that puts me out of commission mind.


 No.70565

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Music expert, I want to become an unsuccessful folk punk musician. Please tell me how I sing like this, play guitar like this and write this kind of music please.

Thankyou

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4pf3QtQIjw


 No.70566

>>70562

Good job lad.

I used to drink a 70cl bottle of vodka every night. Now I've been drunk maybe 2-3 times since January 2018.


 No.70567

>>70565

Buy an acoustic guitar and a microphone, learn 4 chords, then shout into the microphone. I'm not sure you'll be able to write lyrics like that without being an edgy "fuck u mum, drugs r cool" teenager.


 No.70568

>>70567

But what chords? Tell me the chords.

I'll help write some lyrics.

Want to be in my band?


 No.70569

>>70568

Any group of I, IV, V, and vi will give you the infamous "four chords", so if you're playing in the key of C Major for example, that'd be:

>C Major, F Major, G Major, A minor

or in G major:

>G Major, C Major, D Major, E minor

Remember to limit yourself to only playing them as power chords and/or bar chords, otherwise it won't be shit punk.


 No.70570

>>70569

Okay, thanks.

Will buying a cheaper acoustic guitar make me sound more punk?

And how do I get my voice to sound more run down and angry?

And whats the best way to record my new music?

And finally, how do I start to build my name up and get a fanbase?

Thinking about calling my new band "fuck you Mom".


 No.70571

>>70570

>Will buying a cheaper acoustic guitar make me sound more punk?

No, you just have to play more sloppily.

>how do I get my voice to sound more run down and angry?

Cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, and lots of shouting.

>whats the best way to record my new music?

Doesn't matter, punk fans don't care if it sounds awful so neither should you.

>how do I start to build my name up and get a fanbase?

That's considered selling out in punk world.


 No.70572

>>70571

Thanks for your help, anon. I'm hoping this time next year I'll be an unsuccessful punk musician (because I don't want to be a sellout).

I'm set on the name "fuck you mom", but how do I build an image? I want to make myself more punk.


 No.70573

>>70570

>>70571

A cheap acoustic guitar is probably too much, just steal one off a homeless man, or stick some elastic bands around a tissue box.

Your voice needs to be really fucked, what id suggest is holding some whiskey in your throat for as long as you can, swallow it but not all the way. It helps to start the day with some.

My suggestion for recording would be to buy a old Sony Erikson phone. Since the company is now defunct, you can't be accused of selling out, you can use that to record some music.

>>70572

There's one key difference between fake punks and real punks, and real punks have seen black flag live.


 No.70574

>>70565

Also lad, do you have an accent that you can take advantage of to sound even more authentically punk?


 No.70575

>>70573

I want this kind of voice transformation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYxNJbCvCdQ 1980

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tlazt_MODvc 1993

It will take time, but with enough shouting and drinking I can hopefully do it.

>>70574

I'm from Newcastle. I don't think there's much of a punk scene but maybe the lack of punk scene would make me even more punk if you get me?


 No.70576

>>70231

where has >>>/brit/ gone>


 No.70577

>>70576

We're not associated with that board or that community in any way.


 No.70578

>>70576

fuck off


 No.70579

Just spent 12 hours having really vivid dreams in a deep sleep and now my neck and back are stiff as fuck lads. I really need a new mattress.


 No.70580

Spent the last 8 hours sorting my room out with my mum, we've cleared loads of space and I can now easily get to my decks again, as well as see the floor.


 No.70581

>>70580

That's nice to hear. Any particular reason you wanted a clean up lad?

Find anything unexpected?


 No.70582

>>70581

Well, I couldn't access a large portion of my room because there was so much stuff stacked up, and a lot of dust had built up over the years. I've been planning to replace my desks, but couldn't do so with all the stuff in the way. The way the desks are now leaves me too cramped in my little PC corner, and the small desk with my PC on it is currently only held up by a small block of industrial foam wedged between this desk and my other one. If I removed the foam, the desk would collapse, because I had to remove the central supports to fit my monster PC down there.

>Find anything unexpected?

Nothing amazing, just things I'd not seen in a while or had forgotten about.


 No.70583

>>70579

My new mattress arrives on Saturday.

I can finally get rid of my old petri dish of a mattress.


 No.70584

lads does anyone know where to watch the christchurch shooting? liveleak took it down a few hours after it happened and I haven't been able to find anything yet beyond one short meme edit with pewdiepie in it.


 No.70585

>>70584

nevermind lads, I found a dedicated board for it, /christchurch/. wonder if I'm going to jail now.


 No.70586

>>70584

Should be on bestgore.


 No.70587

Anyone got a recommendation for a good mouse?


 No.70588

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I'm going to give this a go. I'll report back in a week.


 No.70589

>>70587

I've been using the razer deathadder for about 5 years now.

Gay name aside, it's a good mouse.


 No.70590

My $12 rubber dome keyboard is far better than my stupid $150 mechanical waste of money keyboard.


 No.70591

>>70590

And I don't get why "good keyboards". Are a thing, it's just 1 input 1 output for each key, it's just a series of buttons. How the fuck can you make them good?


 No.70592


 No.70593

>>70587

Microsoft Optical Mouse 500


 No.70594

>>70593

>Microsoft Optical Mouse 500

Amazon has it rated at a 3.8, I sharnt be buying that.


 No.70595

>>70589

I use a Corsair Sabre, I feel it has a really good handfeel and just the right weight for me.


 No.70596

Going to try reducing my nightly sleep to 7 hours down from 8.


 No.70597

>>70596

You said this a month ago, but like everything, you'll never get round to it.


 No.70598

Contingency plan required in case 8ch gets blocked in the UK on account of our governments reactionary way with the internet


 No.70599

>>70597

I did it a month ago, then I went back.

>>70598

If you're not already using a VPN, you're an idiot.


 No.70600

>>70598

We have Plan G, which stands for GET A VPN.

That said, some of us made backup boards on other imageboards a few years ago in case 8chan got taken down, I don't know how many of them are still up though.


 No.70601

My friend has just discovered that he works this this fine chap at santander, how does he get him fired?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-23820054


 No.70602

>>70594

Lmao fuck off with that /g/ hipster shit. Put that back in the highschool ICT room where it belongs.


 No.70603

>>70602

I think you'll find its the Microsoft Optical Mouse 500 that belongs in the highschool ICT room actually.


 No.70604

>>70587

I've been looking for a mouse for a while as well, one that's a "normal" shape and size (like generic late 90s / early 00s ball mice), but also has an extra button to toggle the dpi.


 No.70605

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Owen Jones meets Akala | ‘The black-on-black violence narrative is rooted in empire’


 No.70606

Who here watches Game of Thrones?


 No.70607

What's your favourite type of brain wave? I'm a big fan of delta waves myself.


 No.70608

>>70606

Haven't watched anything past S3.


 No.70609

Stew, yorkshire puddings, mash and roast potatoes, and veg for dinner tonight.


 No.70610

>>70605

Shan't be giving this race baiting cunt a view.


 No.70611

logitech g400 IS the best mouse ever made.


 No.70612

>>70603

Fuck off with your microshaft product shills.


 No.70613

>>70609

Nice, we had similar but with gammon.

>>70611

Looks tiny.


 No.70614

I am such a fantastic person.


 No.70615

Do you lads regularly engage in philosophical thought?


 No.70616

I know there's a few anons here who used to have a drinking problem but no longer do. Do any of you still get intense cravings to drink sometimes? I feel like this even 1 year since I stopped drinking. I don't ever cave in, but it's a bit shit realizing that I may have to deal with cravings the rest of my life.

Whenever it happens, I just imagine the process that I'd have to go through to get drunk. I'd have to get my keys, get my wallet, get in my car, drive to some shop, buy my drink, drive back home, put all my keys back and then I'd have my drink. After I think about all that I just have to remind myself that I'll be fine if I don't get my keys. It's stupid but it makes me feel better.


 No.70617

Lad, I've just picked up my acoustic. Post me a nice chilled out chord progression to play.


 No.70618


 No.70619

>>70611

I agree.


 No.70620

File: 5f9528bda1c1580⋯.jpeg (6.16 KB, 229x220, 229:220, download (1).jpeg)

>shit the bed twice this month after a month of no accidents

At what point did you lads realise "self improvement" is a normie lie?


 No.70621

File: b37ee4882447082⋯.jpg (42.28 KB, 601x457, 601:457, roasties.jpg)


 No.70622

>>70621

Not relevant. I have never had sex and only masturbate anally once or twice a week, that's a perfectly healthy and common amount. It's not like a finger could do the damage that a penis would.


 No.70623

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

This evening's theme.


 No.70624

>>70623

We are an anti pedo board, don't be posting him here.


 No.70625

>>70624

>siding with the jews against one of the most accomplished white men of all time


 No.70626


 No.70627

>>70625

this, but unironically


 No.70628

>>70627

why would a grown man admitidly sleep in the same bed as younfg boys?


 No.70629

They found her lads. /Are Libby/ is dead.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-humber-47655240


 No.70630

I'm sitting my theory test tomorrow. Which of you lads has some top tips for me.


 No.70631

My incense has arrived. I am now a person who burns incense.


 No.70632

>>70629

Looks like one of our based hard working poles did it.


 No.70633

>>70629

>female uni student

>studying philosophy

>got a taxi home after a night out and still managed to get lost

Literally nothing of value was lost.


 No.70634

File: c99725d4aa47dda⋯.jpg (78.09 KB, 680x1020, 2:3, napoleonic feel.jpg)

>>70633

A womb was lost.


 No.70635

>>70629

Only one girl was ever "ours" and she died long ago.


 No.70636

>>70634

Good, she would've given it to Abdul or Tyrone to show how progressive she was anyway.


 No.70637

I have just passed my theory.


 No.70638

>>70637

Nice one lad.


 No.70639

>Your food-making maestro is "The Tailor of Taste" Ahmed

hope there's no kebab'd missing local girl on my pizza lads


 No.70640

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Redpill me on the bass synth. I really, really like it. Why don't they make music like that anymore?


 No.70641

Hotdog buns and spiced rum for supper.


 No.70642

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>70640

There's not a much more to say about it other than "it's a synth", with a cheesy "bouncy" sounding patch similar to a lot of pop songs of the day (i.e. "Billy Ocean - When The Going Gets Tough", "Michael Jackson - The Way You Make Me Feel"). Later on in the track a real bass guitar gets layered on top of it, and that's about it.

The real redpill is that the original 12" / maxi CD release of Like A Prayer contained alternate mixes that were less cheesy and superior to the original, like the "Churchapella".


 No.70643

I've been awarded some star points at work.


 No.70644

>>70643

I bet they're utterly meaningless


 No.70645

>>70644

They're worth £1 each, and now I've got 10.


 No.70646

File: 3e1cbaa1423cd8a⋯.jpg (51.23 KB, 422x520, 211:260, deano original.jpg)

You're walking down the street when suddenly something in a house window catches your attention. It is in fact none other than the lad who was working with his dad, and he's vigorously shagging your mum who is bent over his 80s hip-hop and synth collection. What do you do?


 No.70647

>>70645

I've had some star points for years now, I can't be arsed using them


 No.70648

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

This is incredible. I'd only heard their Spandau Ballet cover before; I had no idea the rest was just as good—and some of it, dare I say, better.


 No.70649

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Find me a funkier bassline.


 No.70650

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>70649

Alright.


 No.70651

>>70650

Right then, that's clearly a very funky bassline, but I still think the one I posted is funkier. We're going to need an independent party to weigh in.


 No.70652

>>70651

You can't get funkier than a dude in a 1970s funk band playing bass guitar with an auto-wah pedal for 7 minutes straight on a track named "seven minutes of funk". It's not possible.


 No.70653

>>70650

>>70651

this is undoubtibly funkier


 No.70654

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Good night lads.


 No.70656

>>70654

>nigger in the thumbnail

S H A N T

H

A

N

T


 No.70657

>>70656

Some black people are alright. He's not one of them, but it's still an amusing video.


 No.70658

File: 0b060068210c151⋯.png (22.9 KB, 250x202, 125:101, ClipboardImage.png)

>>70657

>Some black people are alright.


 No.70659

>>70658

I'll have you know, one of the nicest people I've met are black.


 No.70660

Spent yesterday from 5 in the morning through to the afternoon throwing up and having the runs thanks to suspected food poisoning from eating a dodgy hotdog in IKEA the day before, managed to get into bed eventually after taking some tablets and slept for about 24 hours.


 No.70661

>>70660

Serves you right for eating a shitdog.


 No.70662

>>70661

It sort of does to be fair. I got food poisoning the last time I had a hotdog while out, and I noticed this one looked a bit raw after taking the first bite. Also the lad serving was eastern european, had a crooked eye, and he fucked up the order of the person before us (us being my mum and I) as well as ours. All signs pointed to it being a bad idea, but my hunger got the better of me, and I paid the price.


 No.70663

Hello.


 No.70664

>>70663

Is it me you're looking for?


 No.70665


 No.70666

File: fdaf0e2e73d34b0⋯.png (41.72 KB, 1396x350, 698:175, noreen.png)


 No.70667

>>70662

Ikea hotdogs are already cooked before being frozen and shipped to stores.

Everyone blames fast food places when they are ill because you're too afraid to admit that Mummy can't cook chicken properly.


 No.70668

>>70667

I've never seen someone get ratty over somebody else getting sick from food poisoning before, you absolute nutter.


 No.70669

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

He is absolutely right.


 No.70670

My mood was a bit off this morning, but I forced myself to go to the gym, had a good workout, now I feel better. Spaghetti bolognese for dinner.


 No.70671

>>70670

>Spaghetti bolognese

The plebbiest of all pasta dishes.


 No.70672

Where's this Minecraft server then.


 No.70673

I don't understand chords.

Like, why does it sound like shit if you play a bunch of random notes at once but chords sound nice? What are chords?

And what even is a note? I don't understand this at all, I've been thinking about this so hard recently that my brain has been hurting.

Can the music person please explain this to me?


 No.70674

File: 98925ee3b229cc3⋯.png (182.69 KB, 2000x1903, 2000:1903, 2000px-Harmonic_partials_o….png)

>>70673

The TL;DR is "because harmony and harmonics are maths and physics", but I'll try and break it down for you from the very beginning in this absolute essay because I think it's an interesting subject. Keep in mind that this is mostly all naturally occurring phenomena, with a couple of thousand years' worth of man-made ways and conventions to describe them, so don't get too caught up with all the seemingly arbitrary terminology. The phenomena can be understoond without knowing all of the words and symbols commonly used to convey them.

Sound is created by physical objects vibrating, which causes compressions and rarefactions in air pressure. When something repeatedly goes back and forth between two states (like the case with sound as it compresses, rarefacts, compresses, rarefacts, …), we describe it as "oscillating".

A note refers to a sound that has a definable "fundamental frequency", meaning a certain element of the sound oscillates at a constant, measurable rate. Let's take the "A" note above "middle C", which at concert pitch (an arbitrarily agreed upon standard, not a natural principle), oscillates 440 times a second, or 440 Hertz (Hz). With any given frequency, multiples of that frequency will align perfectly with it over time; these are defined as "harmonics". I'll try to cover a little bit of the harmonic series, or at least how it relates to music, as this is fairly crucial to understanding how chords work internally, and why they are harmonious:

So going back to 440 Hz (let's consider this tone our "Tonic", which is a musical theory term for "root note"). A frequency of 880 Hz (exactly 2 times 440) will fit into 440 Hz exactly twice. The "interval" (distance between one note and another) between any given frequency, and one that is exactly double, is described in music theory as being an "Octave". For simplicity's sake, we give these notes the same letter; so if 440 Hz is A, then 880 Hz is also A, as is 220 Hz (440 divided by 2) and 1760 Hz (880 times 2). When these notes are played at the same time, it sounds "perfect"; there is no perceivable "beating" (or "dissonance", the opposite of harmony) whatsoever, and they are in near perfect "unison", so it is therefore the Octave is considered the most "harmonious" of intervals.

A frequency of 1320 Hz (3 times 440 Hz) will fit into 440 exactly 3 times, and this is described as being the "Dominant", or a "perfect fifth interval" in the "diatonic scale" (the diatonic scale is the standard 7-tone musical scale, commonly labelled as A through G. If A = 1st, B = 2nd, …, then E = 5th, so that's the fifth interval relative to A. It sits right in the middle of a Tonic and its Octave). This is second most perfect interval, and it also does not have any perceivable beating when played alongside the Tonic, which is why it gets called the "perfect 5th".

A frequency that is 4 times our Tonic, is another Octave. It's exactly double the previous Octave (which was 2 times the Tonic, 4 is double 2), so it is also considered the same note, only at a higher pitch.

A frequency that is 5 times our Tonic is described as the "Mediant", or the "Major 3rd". This sits right in the middle of our Tonic and our Dominant, our 1st and our 5th. It is less perfect than the previous intervals, so it doesn't get that label, but it is still very harmonious and has hardly any beating. When played together with our 1st and 5th, we get our first chord, the "Major chord". It sounds harmonious, because it uses the two most perfect intervals found in the naturally occurring harmonic series. If we were to have C as our Tonic, the Dominant would be G, and the Mediant would be E.

Next is 6 times the Tonic, which is called the "Subtonic", or "minor 7th". This sits between the 5th and the octave, and sounds a little less harmonious than the previous intervals. When played alongside a Major chord, we call it a "Dominant 7th" chord. This is still harmonious, but sounds like it needs resolving.

With 7 times the Tonic, you get the "Leading Tone", or "Major 7th", which sits between the minor 7th and the octave. When played alongside a Major chord, we get a "Major 7th" chord. This is harmonious, but wasn't particularly useable until relatively modern times due to the way notes were tuned, but that's a whole other story.

8 times the Tonic is, as you might have already guessed, another octave, being exactly double the previous one.

(part 1 of 2)


 No.70675

File: cdf67f171002c6e⋯.jpg (90.8 KB, 1280x335, 256:67, 32-key-keyboard-1.jpg)

>>70673

>>70674

As you go on, the harmonics between the multiples of ones we've previously covered becomes increasingly less harmonious. In the diatonic scale we've defined the 1st, 3rd, 5th, major 7th, and the 8th (the octave), so that only leaves the major 2nd, perfect 4th, and the 6th, all of which you'll soon find as you keep going up the harmonic series. If we start from C as our Tonic, the diatonic scale makes up all the white notes on the keyboard, so suddenly their layout and spacing shouldn't seem so arbitrary. If you're wondering why the perfect 4th is named as such, it's because the 4th and the Octave make a 5th interval (In C, look at the relationship between F and the C above; it's the same as C and the G above), so it sounds just as perfect as the perfect 5th.

In the "chromatic scale", there are 12 tones, and it includes all the previous, plus a minor 2nd, minor 3rd, augmented 4th / diminished 5th, and the minor 6th. If you start from C, these are the black notes on the keyboard, also known as the "accidentals". These aren't very harmonious at all for the most part. The augmented 4th / diminished 5th, also known as the "Tritone", is the most dissonant interval. It is just about the furthest from harmonious you can possibly get, and it sounds horrible alongside the Tonic.

Now the harmonic series goes on infinitely, but the harmonics get closer and closer together as you go further along. Notes that are too close to other notes sound redundant to our ears, so Western Music settled on 12 tones as being enough. The point at which notes are considered to be redundant varies from culture to culture however, there's music in India that has as many as 22 tones, and music in Africa that has as little as 5.

Chords, simply put, are combinations of notes played simultaneously, that work together to invoke different feelings, moods, and ideas. Using what we now know about harmonics and how they make up our musical intervals, we can see that different collections of notes will have audibly (and measurably, this is not subjective) different characteristics to others, based on how harmonious they are to a given root note. We can see why a Major chord (1st + Major 3rd + perfect 5th : C, E, G) sounds more perfect and harmonious than say, a diminished 7th (1st + minor 3rd + tritone + Major 6th : C, E flat, G flat, A). If you were to pick notes at random, there's a good chance you'd be picking notes that don't work together harmonically, and sound dissonant, as the various tones conflict and beat against eachother.

The next level is applying the same knowledge in order to understand more complex chords, and learning how stringing together different series of chords will invoke different feelings and moods based on how the intervals of one chord relate to the next. That's obviously a much vaster topic, and it gets a lot more subjective, so it's difficult to cover without writing a literal book or two, unless you want to know something specific.

Hopefully that wasn't too convoluted, and helped uncover some of the mystery surrounding notes, chords, and music.


 No.70676

>>70674

Correction: 6 times the tonic is obviously the same as 3 times the tonic but an octave up. 7 times the tonic is the "harmonic 7th", which sits between the diatonic "Subtonic" and "Leading Tone". My descriptions of those are still accurate, just not their placement.


 No.70677

>>70674

>>70675

>>70676

This is kind of interesting.

I'm just confused why playing notes in a certain order can make a song, but playing other notes in a certain order will just sound like a mess.

Also, how is it that some songs can sound "sad" and some "happy"?


 No.70678

>>70672

was going to make one but the griefer saw to that.


 No.70679

>>70676

>>70675

>>70674

I'm nominating this lad for our highly sought after Poster of the Week award.


 No.70680

>>70679

I'm afraid I'll be giving my vote to this poster:

>>70663

>>70665


 No.70681

>>70677

>I'm just confused why playing notes in a certain order can make a song, but playing other notes in a certain order will just sound like a mess

When you have certain notes in a certain order, we call it a "melody". Melodies only make musical sense to us when they abide by the principles of harmony I laid out above. The most common technique in writing a melody is to simply move up or down a particular scale, one note to the next. Take "Ode to Joy" for example, if I play it in the key of C, the first few notes are "E E F G G F E D C C D E E, D D". Every note neighbours the next in the Major scale, with the occasional repeated note just so it makes more rhythmic sense.

The next most common technique is to move up and down by notes within a chord. Take the very start of Mozart's "Eine Kleine Nachtmusick" for a perfect example (look it up, you'll immediately recognise it). It's just the notes contained within G Major, followed by the notes within D dominant 7th. You can also leap by larger intervals, although this is typically used more sparingly than the previous two techniques, and hardly at all the further you go back into Western music history. In the days of Gregorian chants, they virtually only ever moved by single steps up and down a scale, and that's a large part of its defining characteristics.

Using a combination of those three techniques to move around a scale, and changing the scale you're using when it makes harmonic sense to, is virtually all you need to start composing good melodies, whether it's Classical, Jazz, or Pop/Contemporary. It's rarely ever a case of pulling notes out of a hat and hoping for the best; even people who don't know a thing about music theory will be using all of the above principles and techniques, simply because they've learned to speak the language of music through experience, without dissecting or analysing it.

>Also, how is it that some songs can sound "sad" and some "happy"?

From my research, the emotions we associate with certain intervals, chords, or progressions, is predominantly cultural, and not an inherent property of the sound itself. For example, there are many cultures that heavily use the minor 2nd interval (D flat in relation to C), but in Western music its hardly ever used, except in music that most western listeners would deem highly "exotic", so as cultures we obviously interpret it in different ways.

However, there are still ways that the natural properties of the sound do play into our emotions, such as going from less harmonic chords to more harmonic chords. Music is all about "tension" and "release", and we can use the harmonic makeup of certain chords to convey that, like G dominant 7th into C Major, or E diminished 7th into F minor. Additionally, we can make use of timbral (textural; soft vs hard, piano vs trumpet, etc.) and rhythmic differences; playing soft and slow will likely invoke feelings such as sadness, sorrow, sentimentalism, or tranquility, whereas playing hard and fast can sound joyful, energetic, frantic, or crazy.

This is a lot more my opinion than anything else, but I believe this is because of how the sounds relate to core parts of our human experience, such as heart rate and pace of our physical movement. A quiet stroll through a meadow puts us in a very different state to fleeing from danger, and the timbre and rhythm of music can reflect those feelings back at us.


 No.70682

>>70681

Really appreciate your effort in explaining this to me.


 No.70683

>>70682

No problem lad, I enjoy sharing the things I've learned over the years. A lot of it isn't easily found online, and even when it is, it's often either too simplified and doesn't really answer the question, or it's too complicated and requires too much prerequisite knowledge to follow (music theory on wikipedia, in a nutshell).


 No.70684

First time eating a hot dinner since the 25th lads.


 No.70685

>>70680

Thank you.


 No.70686

I need a new computer chair. My current one is held together with cable ties.


 No.70687

>>70686

Me too, mine is also held together the same way, and the cushioning in the seat is practically non-existant now, it might as well be wooden. I've been looking at 24 hour chairs, they look top comfy, but they usually only come in fabric or leather. I like a mesh back to keep cool in the summer months.


 No.70688

Anyone got any epic April fools day banter?


 No.70689

>>70684

I only eat hot food, cold food is for peasants.


 No.70690

>>70687

>>70684

I need one too but my main concern is posture, mines bad enough as it is, so I need something that will help not hinder the situation.


 No.70691

Are you lads pleased with how Brexit's going?


 No.70692

File: c78a4b1dbf6f849⋯.mp4 (710.77 KB, 640x360, 16:9, gordo wogs.mp4)


 No.70693

File: 29497155d0ee81e⋯.jpg (261.88 KB, 1619x667, 1619:667, BIG wooden mug.jpg)

I have just ordered myself a new mug.


 No.70695

I've done two 20 minute meditation sessions this morning. I am growing stronger.


 No.70696

>>70691

who cares


 No.70697

Big enormous poos


 No.70698

Lad, what are your thoughts on the chord progression Emaj/Gm/Cmaj/Am? I've just invented it.


 No.70699

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Prostrate thyself to your G*d.

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


 No.70700

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

You just can't stay mad at black people.


 No.70701

>>70700

Please stop cuckposting.


 No.70702

Job interview tomorrow boys, hope I go to it.


 No.70703

>>70702

>hope I go to it.

Why wouldn't you go to it?


 No.70704

>>70703

I tend to bottle it on the day.


 No.70705

>>70704

Don't worry lad, I have a habit of doing the same thing. Ended up going to the one for my current job at least.


 No.70706

>>70698

Doesn't work at all lad, unless you meant G Major, and even then it sounds incoherent and directionless. If you rearrange it, you get the fairly common Pop/Rock chord progression of C Major, E Major, A minor, and then it would usually be followed by either an F Major or a D minor. You can use the G Major whenever you want to "come back home" to either C Major or A minor.


 No.70707

Right then, I see. Strong silent types are you.


 No.70708

I've had Soul Reaver on PS1 since I was a kid, I remember buying it at the shop around 18 years ago, but I never beat it until just now. The ending is absolute shite it unironically ends on a cliffhanger where the "final boss" gets away mostly unscathed, and then it just cuts to a "to be continued…" and a credits roll. Good job there's a direct sequel or I'd be really pissed off, but otherwise it's a great game. I rate it a flawed masterpiece.


 No.70709

Will you be getting a porn license?


 No.70710

>>70709

I've got a VPN.


 No.70711

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Very interesting.


 No.70712

Gentle reminder that our feelings are not caused by things, but the views we take of them.


 No.70713

How have your diets been lately, my good lads?


 No.70714

Recomend me some headphones NOW or I will scream.

I don't want a guide, I don't want a list of recomendations or what makes a good headphone. I want you to tell me the name of some good headphones followed by "get these".


 No.70715

>>70713

Terrible, I've practically been living off of takeaways for the last few weeks.


 No.70716

File: 43e49e3c9fe559e⋯.jpg (22.5 KB, 400x400, 1:1, sennheiser-hd25-1-II-600x6….jpg)

>>70714

Music lad, who is, in my estimation, one of the best audio tech lads on the planet, recommended me these, and I've found them excellent.

>>70715

What kind of takeaways? I don't like funding the wogs but am quite partial to a burger and cheesy chips every now and then.


 No.70717

>>70713

I've been eating on a deficit so losing weight.

My diet itself probably not the best though. I've been eating 250-300 grams of chicken a day around lunchtime, then snacking in the evenings, some days having half a pizza.

Next step should be to sort out my evening meals since I've got my lunch sorted out.


 No.70718

>>70716

>What kind of takeaways?

pizzas, calzones, and burger meals


 No.70719

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

The year is 2030 and electric vehicles have been widely adopted across the united kingdom. Motorway services have evolved into places that people charge their electric vehicles, and as a result spend hours at a time there.

You're on your way from your neetcave along the Scottish border to the annual /britfeel/ meetup in lands end, driving a car borrowed from your uncle when you stop to recharge just outside of Birmingham. You're going to be here for about 4 hours, how do you spend your time?


 No.70720

>>70719

i wank myself silly


 No.70722

When I was 10 I asked my barber to give me a mohawk. The entire time he was asking "are you sure you said your Mum is okay with this?".

When I got home my mum dragged me back to the barber shop and made him shave it all off.


 No.70723

>>70722

Your mum saved you from becoming a bentshot.


 No.70724

My mind is so fucked I want to blow my brains out.


 No.70726

>>70231

Why do brits seem so low IQ, everywhere?


 No.70727

I was lying in bed having a wank today and I came so hard it went on my face.


 No.70728

>>70727

you act like this isn't a regular occurance


 No.70729

Final Fantasy XIII is the best in the series.


 No.70730

File: 543c0a54bd8e31f⋯.jpeg (185.46 KB, 764x1653, 764:1653, bbd4f974baa9cd999b98f87e1….jpeg)

Finally, a film for people like us.


 No.70731

>>70730

>follow heath ledgers incredible joker performance

Someone needs to remind that bandwagon roastie that the dark knight came out 11 fucking years ago and there's been at least one major portrayal of the joker since.


 No.70732

>>70730

I do think the movie looks intresting tbf and I am and incel


 No.70733

Swapped my PC for a laptop.

Now I can browse the internet at my desk OR in bed.


 No.70734

>>70733

i play games on my computer


 No.70735

>>70733

I did the opposite not long ago, switched to a PC when I realised the fact I use my laptop pretty much constantly in one stationary place.


 No.70736

Turns out my post office holds mail for up to 15 days before returning in the sender. My stress levels have dropped from 100-0. I'm okay to pick it up tomorrow.

A bit stupid how something like this bothers me so much.


 No.70737

File: af084b29444c8e5⋯.png (163.06 KB, 400x416, 25:26, 1527526854434.png)

My mum just poured a quarter of a carton of milk down the sink to make room in the fridge for a bottle of wine.


 No.70738

We need a board activity. Anyone have any ideas?


 No.70739

File: d593cae77c97f77⋯.png (17.8 KB, 120x124, 30:31, snake3.png)

>>70738

I'm still waiting for this Minecraft server. Also

STREAM


 No.70740

>>70739

I'm willing to pay for a minecraft server but I don't know the first thing about actually getting one and running it, and I'm not comfortable paying for it and giving someone else control of it.


 No.70741

Has anything interesting been happening on the internet lately?


 No.70742

Would you lads want any mods or plugins for the minecraft server, or should it be 100% vanilla?


 No.70743

>>70742

Don't know anything about mods.


 No.70744

I was looking around server hosting sites and found this one, it seems alright to me.

https://apexminecrafthosting.com/pricing/

I'll wait until tomorrow night before I make a decision on whether or not to include mods/plugins, my personal preference is to keep it as vanilla (or at least vanilla friendly) as possible; definitely not going for one of the massive overhaul mods that add tech ages and stuff like that.


 No.70745

I'm currently committed to an Oblivion playthrough so I'm afraid I can't commit to Minecraft at this time. Thank you for your understanding.


 No.70746

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Do you lads like Eastern philosophy.


 No.70747

I feel lonely today. How are you all doing?


 No.70748

>>70747

I'm not doing too bad lad. Just got in from work and it wasn't terrible today.

It's my off day, so no gym planned tonight. I try and aim to go every other day generally. Think I'm going to laze about in my office and do some reading.

Any plans for the evening lad?


 No.70749

If nobody's bothered about minecraft any more I'll just put it on the backburner until there's interest in it.


 No.70750

>>70746

Not Alan Watts' version of it.


 No.70751

File: d06a1008b445648⋯.png (123.84 KB, 393x345, 131:115, 1479336403138.png)

>hurt my back a while back

>doctor's been feeding me codeine while I wait for my physio referral to go through

how have you all been?


 No.70752

>>70751

Alright. I joined an archery club so I've been going outside, hopefully being in the sun over summer will help my skin. How did you hurt your back?


 No.70753

>>70752

my muscles in my back and neck had been getting really tight and sore in general, I think from being too sedentary, and I stretched it a bit too far and have pulled a muscle or twinged a nerve.


 No.70754

File: 315be640163ab8c⋯.jpg (28.56 KB, 800x600, 4:3, skynews-julian-assange-arr….jpg)

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE


 No.70755

File: aa5f17ef4b5b2a3⋯.jpg (51.3 KB, 775x837, 25:27, 5894378920489.jpg)

>2am, get out of shower

>hear strange music out the window, sounds like a mobile game

>dry myself, wash my face and brush my teeth

>can still hear it

>go back to my room, sneak up to window to peak out

>music has stopped and can't see anything

there is no good reason for someone to be hanging around outside my home at this time


 No.70756

>>70755

Congratulations, your house is a pokestop now.


 No.70757

Was anyone elses Mum completely obsessed with smells when you were growing up?

I couldn't cook anything for myself without my Mum banging on about bad smells all day.

It was such a pain and she woud make such a fuss about it, going on about how it was making her sick because I dared to cook some supernoodles.


 No.70758

>>70757

Not really, it was more me complaining about my mum smoking indoors, I used to have to hold my breath whenever I left my room. Thankfully she started going outside instead, and eventually moved on to a vape.


 No.70759

>>70757

Your mum sounds like an insufferable bitch


 No.70760

>>70757

Yes and she still does, she even removed the kitchen door recently so the house is more "open plan" so complaining is at an all time high.


 No.70761

>>70760

Why don't you just move out?


 No.70762

I hate women so much I want to **** them.


 No.70763

>>70750

Excuse me. What's wrong with Alan Watts?


 No.70764

What games have you lads been playing lately?


 No.70765

>>70764

Starcraft 2


 No.70766

Should I stream FEAR?


 No.70767

For me, it's 15mg of yohimbine HCL and an hour of fasted swimming.


 No.70768

>>70760

I'm neet


 No.70769

>>70768

I'm neet also


 No.70770


 No.70771

>>70768

>>70769

I'm NEET too.


 No.70772

>>70766

I don't know about streaming it, but I did really like that game when it came out. It was filled to the brim with "TECHNOLOGY", and it had some of the most realistic graphics I'd ever seen up to that point. Still looks excellent too, hardly aged at all in my opinion.


 No.70773

>>70772

I played many hours of it yesterday; it is indeed technically impressive, more so than any other FPS I've tried. The mid 2000s seemed like a time, at least on PC with stuff like HL2 and STALKER, where developers actually had ambition rather than just following convention. I especially like the dust effects generated from gunfights, never seen anything like that before.


 No.70774

>>70773

From the days of graphic adventure games through to the release of Crysis it was pretty much a race to see who could pull off the most realistic graphics and implement as many nifty little "developers really thought of everything" features as possible. It died once the whole "AAA" thing started, former PC platform devs began primarily targeting the aging 7th gen consoles rather than the latest and greatest PC hardware, as well as trying to capture the "casual" market (AKA lowest common denominator normalfags that watch lots of telly and films) instead of technology freaks like us that had been regularly buying games for years up to that point.

To really put it in perspective, F.E.A.R. came out 14 years ago as of 2019. 14 years before 2005 was 1991, the same year Sonic the Hedgehog 1 came out, and when the best graphics were found in arcades or on the Amiga. There's no game on this planet in 2019 that comes anywhere near making F.E.A.R. look or play as primitive as an Amiga game did in 2005.


 No.70775

File: 47b9c526d6bd9b5⋯.mp4 (5.46 MB, 640x360, 16:9, The Honkler 🤡.mp4)

>>70652

Hammond organs are funkier


 No.70776

File: 1c6b4979e8808ec⋯.mp4 (10.91 MB, 608x342, 16:9, James Taylor4 - Starsky an….mp4)


 No.70777

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>70775

Unequivocally false, the only keyboard instrument that has a fighting chance against the bass guitar in the funk olympics is the Clavinet. It's raw and it's got bite, unlike a Hammond which, even when overdriven, is too clean and smooth to get down and dirty like a Clavinet can.


 No.70778

File: 1a4177eba9dae87⋯.png (788.47 KB, 839x427, 839:427, George CLinton CHeck em.png)

>>70777 (checked)

I'll check that get anon


 No.70779

How we all feeling lads, are we doing okay?

How about the long bank holiday weekend, I know it probably doesn't mean as much to our NEET posters, but at the very least some of your families must have had some schedule changes to throw you off.

Personally, I've recently bought some warhammer stuff. Got the Soul wars box since I wanted the ghosts. Going to do some test painting on some of the stormcast minis this weekend, since they're just something extra that came along to me. Hopefully I can use them to get somewhat acceptable at painting before I touch the ghosts.


 No.70780

>>70779

I'm going to my grandparent's house with my dad in an hour or so. My nieces and that will be there too, doing an easter egg hunt I think.


 No.70781

>>70779

Need to go buy eggs for my family


 No.70782

>>70781

Left that a bit late haven't you mate


 No.70783

>>70779

This is my long weekend (unrelated to easter) so I'm pretty happy with the way it's landed, especially considering the fact that the weather is supposed to be beautiful for the next few days.


 No.70784

File: 2b524d9e8f198cd⋯.png (5.23 KB, 365x241, 365:241, 1507390331255.png)

>have dual-citizenship since I was born in the UK but parents moved to the US when I was 8 months old

>finished uni and wanting to be a web developer

>only job experience are internships

>parents are planning on perma moving back to the UK right after I graduate

What should I expect and am I fucked or no??


 No.70785

>>70784

I'll prepare your NEET club badge in advance for you lad.


 No.70786

>>70784

Where in the UK?


 No.70787

>>70786

South England

>>70785

o-oh


 No.70788

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Music master, I decided I don't want to be punk anymore. It's too hard.

Please teach me exactly how to play music like this,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYyj1nqztg4


 No.70789

>>70784

Welcome to Hell.


 No.70790

>>70787

Could be good or bad, depending on what you want. It's generally one of the nicer parts of the UK weatherwise, but also on the more expensive side to live.

Get yourself a portfolio made up and you'll do okay looking for webdev jobs probably, it's not as if qualifications matter in that sort of thing if you can prove yourself.


 No.70791

I've taken to sleeping with my arms wrapped around one of my pillows.

Im considering getting a body pillow as a result. Is there ever a way of coming back from a dakimakura, and how would I explain one to my parents?


 No.70792

>>70791

Also it seems like the only non-sexualised ones I can find are of dudes, and that would probably be more weird. I don't want to fall asleep hugging Goku.


 No.70793

>>70791

>>70792

You can get plain white ones.


 No.70794

>>70790

Specifically, it's near Reading and Basingstoke. It's going to be in the more rural areas. I already did some job searching and there are webdev/front-end jobs in Reading.

How good is public transportation or do I need a car in this case?


 No.70795

>>70794

>reading and basingstoke

>rural

Public transport is a bit grim in the UK lad, I'd advise against it if you could.


 No.70796

>>70795

Really? I heard it's really great.


 No.70797

I've had this pair of pyjamas I'm wearing for 13 years now.

They still fit perfectly and aren't worn out at all.


 No.70798

>>70796

Any public transport system is great compared to the chimp express you have in FOYland


 No.70799

>>70798

This is true tbh.

Anyway, anything outside of London is unreliable and filled with Junkies. The tube within London itself is pretty good in the sense it'll get you where you need to go, and the trains are super frequent. However its still full of weirdos and junkies.


 No.70800

>>70597

You were wrong. I've now changed my sleeping schedule to 11PM to 6AM every day. Usually I wake up at 5AM though, but I just go back to sleep for the last hour.


 No.70801

>>70800

At the moment I sleep from around 7pm to 5-6am.


 No.70802

>>70796

Public transport is decent if you're going to/from London, since the entirety of our nations infrastructure is based around London. If going anywhere else its shit.


 No.70803

Will my insurance cost go up or down if I tell them I have anime stickers on my car? Should I tell them I'm unemployed or a philosopher-NEET?


 No.70804

>>70803

How do you fund a car as a NEET?


 No.70805

>>70804

I don't.


 No.70806

I had an amazing night last night. I ruined Endgame for so many people.


 No.70807

>>70806

What did you do lad?


 No.70808

>>70807

Made a reddit account and spent a long time PMing people the ending to Endgame as well as posting it in hundreds of threads.

It put a smile on my dial. I managed to ruin the ending for one person who said they were about to see the film in 3 hours time, they sent me a message saying "fuck you, i hope you die". It's a dick move but it was very funny.


 No.70809

>>70808

Good lad, they deserve it.


 No.70810

Do any of you lads own a fleshlight/onahole?

I was thinking about getting one but I don't know if it'd be worth it.


 No.70811

>>70810

Bought one when I was 21 at the worst point in my life. Eventually I cut it up into little pieces.

Wouldn't recomend.


 No.70812

>>70810

No, that's not a path I want to go down.


 No.70813

Lads, how is this nearly a decade old?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdeY1v6jC7Q

Feels like only a few years since I was 17 and posting on /v/ 14 hours a day minimum.


 No.70814

>>70813

The worse fact for me is that the original is apparently nearly 20 years old. "20 years ago" still makes me think of the mid-80s, not the bloody year 2000. Next year, the PS2 will turn the same age that Pac-Man was when the PS2 came out, for christ's sake. It's just not on lads, somebody has got to do something about this.


 No.70815

>>70814

For a while, I kept writing the year 2004 when I tried to write the date, I was stuck in that year for a bit. That changed and I currently make the mistake of writing 2013.


 No.70816

>>70814

I keep thinking I'm 17, which I assume is because that's the age I left school and became a real hikki.


 No.70817

>>70814

The time between present day and the release of GTA Vice City, is longer than the time between the release of Vice City and the time the game is actually set (1986).

If a GTA game were to be released with the same amount of time period going back as Vice City was, it would only be set in 2003.


 No.70818

File: 91fe4f578e60688⋯.jpg (60.22 KB, 550x366, 275:183, 1400988454078.jpg)

>>70817

A very painful truth, also San Andreas would be set in 2007 if it came out today. In fact, next year GTA IV will be set the same length of time ago as San Andreas was upon it's release.


 No.70819

Love you lads.


 No.70820

File: 01b34fd3ae99a17⋯.jpg (127.39 KB, 500x351, 500:351, bd539c26cf8e5c14b1109955ff….jpg)

Got out of work an hour early tonight.

Was able to go to the shop and get some beer (they stop selling alcohol in shops at 10pm in Scotland) since I'm off the next two days.


 No.70821

It's been a long time since I actively exercised, but now that the weather is getting better and it's getting warmer I'm going to try and commit to it again.

I'm going out for a jog right now and I'm going to try and keep at it, if not every night then at least every night after work (4 nights a week).

I managed to do decently last year until winter kicked in, so here's hoping I can do even better this year.

As a note to myself, I'm 13st7lbs right now, let's try and lose at least one stone by the winter.


 No.70822

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Game Of Thrones // Burlington Bar Reactions // S8E3 "THE DROP" Scene!!


 No.70823

>>70822

Shan't Be Watching This


 No.70824

File: f1269cafeb498e3⋯.mp4 (2.22 MB, 242x426, 121:213, f1269cafeb498e31625ba5a784….mp4)

File: 3bcae0248d6f373⋯.jpg (115.04 KB, 886x720, 443:360, bird ideas.jpg)

i'm starting to enjoy clown world


 No.70825

File: 74ddab1b8eb4293⋯.jpg (59.48 KB, 840x828, 70:69, 1556654647642.jpg)

>main characters gets swarmed and there is obviously no possible way for them to escape

>the screen cuts to next scene before we see them die

>the next time we see them, they're alive and well, they're about to get swarmed again though

>this repeats over and over again


 No.70826

Have any of you lads ever self harmed?


 No.70827

>>70826

i used to watch the walking dead


 No.70828

>>70826

Not really, worst I ever did was scratch doodles onto the back of my hand with a compass in school.


 No.70829

Jealousy

Turing saints conclusively

Singing your sick lullaby

Choking on your alley, bye

But its just the price iPay

Destiny is calling me

Open up my eagle eyes

I'm Mister bright side


 No.70830

Its all so much tiresome. I still check here most days but what's the point?


 No.70831

>>70830

we're checking too


 No.70832

>>70830

>>70831

I usually check daily, but since I started turning off my computer, I keep forgetting to open the thread.


 No.70833

Going camping this weekend. Should be fun.


 No.70834

Just spent five minutes reading through what I thought were new posts, until I realised I was halfway down the thread and reading posts from February


 No.70835

Big willies and tits.


 No.70836

I've just been wage-saved from work, they let me go 4 hours early.


 No.70837

File: b117ba07f230226⋯.png (939.06 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, 1555598845500.png)

oh yeah I'm sippin'


 No.70838

What's everyone doing this evening?


 No.70839

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.70840

>>70838

wanking myself into a coma


 No.70841

>>70840

You watching anything good?


 No.70842

>>70841

Yeah.


 No.70843

How can we bring an end to industrial society?


 No.70844

>>70843

Move all the factories over to poorer countries so we can become a post-industrial information society, like we did decades ago. If you mean end industrial societies entirely, a worldwide nuclear holocaust might do the trick, for a short period at least.


 No.70845

>>70843

Wipe out all non-darkies

Only whites and asians can comprehend industrial technology enough to maintain society beyond pre-industrial levels.


 No.70846

>new girl at the local shop smiles at me when I buy my stuff

new oneitis lads


 No.70847

>>70846

She smiles at everyone lad, it's part of her job.


 No.70848

>>70847

When I worked in retail I was put on "disciplinary action" and was threatened to have my bonus taken away due to my lack of smiling and proper interaction with customers.

If they just asked me nicely, I probably would have put more effort into my job but I'm incapable of doing anything if someone tells me to do it. I'm far too stubborn.

On one occason, they took me into the meeting room and the managment tried to give me lessons on how to smile properly. It was quite humiliating when they kept telling me I wasn't doing it properly.

It's amazing how I was never fired from that job. I got in a fight with a warehouse lad and one one occasion came into work drunk and fell asleep with absolutely no issues but they made a massive deal about smiling and chatting.


 No.70849

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Fantastic.


 No.70850


 No.70851

What are we all up to this evening then.

My computer recently stopped working, and at first I was quite upset, but I've been happier and more productive since it happened and am starting to think it might be a blessing in disguise. I've just finished putting up two Peter Scott original paintings on my wall, which were given to me by my mum, who got them off a friend who goes to autions. Now I'm in the process of putting away all my computer stuff to make space on my desk, which I'll be using to read at. After that I'll probably play my guitar for a bit, and maybe even have a cheeky glass of water. Speaking of water, I recently made 8pm the cutoff because I've been getting up far too much in the night to piss. Do you lads do that, or do you sleep right through?


 No.70852

>>70851

Nice one lad.

>Do you lads do that, or do you sleep right through?

I sleep right through. I drink water all day, right up to the point of going to bed, yet I never need to get up in the night to use the toilet. I always make sure to go right before I sleep. Speaking of sleep, I've been up since midnight, so I'm off to bed. Goodnight lads.


 No.70853

Due to his own original special nature, the Jew cannot possess a religious institution, if for no other reason because he lacks idealism in any form, and hence belief in a hereafter is absolutely foreign to him.

And a religion in the Aryan sense cannot be imagined which lacks the conviction of survival after death in some form.

Indeed, the Talmud is not a book to prepare a man for the hereafter, but only for a practical and profitable life in this world.


 No.70854

File: 2f83d6e53d408b4⋯.jpg (51.36 KB, 600x419, 600:419, to which the hell I suffer….jpg)

>britpol has splintered yet again

and britfeel shall outlast them all

here's to slowposting


 No.70855

What's for tea? I hope you've all been exercising and getting your meals in.


 No.70856

File: 024f91faa0de8f6⋯.jpg (83.9 KB, 1151x469, 1151:469, 1557709341299.jpg)


 No.70857

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Went to my dad's yesterday for a BBQ, brought home a box of records to continue my cataloging / digital rip project that's been on hiatus for about 3 years.


 No.70858

File: 44da71a2547e4d1⋯.jpg (91.16 KB, 700x434, 50:31, 1529555272522.jpg)

Just killed 2 (TWO) fucking wasps that were buzzing around in my window.

There must be a wasp's nest somewhere nearby.


 No.70859

File: f6330cb4f5e0907⋯.png (356.99 KB, 461x334, 461:334, Screen Shot 2019-05-16 at ….png)

Deano's changed lads. No more ASDA for this based lad.


 No.70860

>>70859

unbased and bluepilled


 No.70861

Do you lads like sensory experience?


 No.70862

god i'm so depressed


 No.70863

Any of you lads watching Eurovision?


 No.70864


 No.70865

A job opening has come up at work for a senior poo inspector. I'm thinking of going for it, but I'm not sure I'll be able to cope with the workload. Anyone who works a similar job able to give advice?


 No.70866

>>70865

A lot of the time, senior poo inspectors are paid only pennies more an hour than the regular poo inspectors, but are expected to inspect a lot more poo, and make sure that others are properly inspecting poo themselves.

In cases like this, it's in no way worth doing it. If however, there's a lot less inspecting poo but just more making sure others are inspecting poo correctly, then as long as you're okay with that dynamic with people who were formerly your peers, I'd say go for it.

It's also worth considering whether it would mean working extra hours, and do you think the extra pay (if there is any) is worth that time. I'm personally of the opinion that generally it's not, and only tend to do overtime when I think the poo is particularly important and really needs inspecting. Note that sometimes the extra time worked isn't always obvious, and sometimes despite it never being clearly stated, you'll be expected to inspect poo on your breaks due to your seniority.


 No.70867

just found a bottle of ketchup in the fridge that expired in april 2017


 No.70868

>>70867

Heh, that's nothing kiddo

We have some cloves from 2007 and some salt from the late 90s.


 No.70869

The internet convinced me for a long time that owning property is financially impossible, it's really not and the more I look into it I should be able to afford a house next year.

I think it's just propaganda from asshurt southernfags who will be living with their mum until they are 35 or renting their whole lives.

Fortunately in the good North, you can get a 3 bedroom terraced house for around £90-100k or a small flat for about £45k. And why do southerners think their part of the country is better again?


 No.70870

I've been meditating a lot lately and I'm thinking of ordering a rice farmer hat to help me get in the zone.

Do you lads have much variety between your days, or are they mostly the same?


 No.70871

>>70870

A silly hat isn't going to help you meditate.

>Do you lads have much variety between your days, or are they mostly the same?

Mostly the same, but that's how I like it.


 No.70872

Has anyone read 'The Brain That Changes Itself'? It's great, very encouraging - it basically says that no matter how fucked your shit is, you can always unfuck it, because your brain will adapt to whatever new situation you expose it to.


 No.70873

File: ca3d0665a2e19f8⋯.jpg (64.2 KB, 500x750, 2:3, 1548675339175.jpg)

>>70872

what about the psyche?


 No.70874

>>70871

>A silly hat isn't going to help you meditate.

Fuck off, retard.


 No.70875

It's my 25th birthday in half an hour, my friends.


 No.70876

>>70875

Happy birthday in half an hour lad.


 No.70877

File: 26a6269747f61be⋯.jpg (117.19 KB, 600x1266, 100:211, 26a6269747f61be8c029e584a2….jpg)

>>70875

It's my 30th birthday in half a year, my friends.


 No.70878

>>70877

Will you be our first legitimate wizard? I've still got another 2 and a half years to go before I get my powers.


 No.70879

>>70878

Pretty sure there are at least 2 lads older than me, although they might not post here any more.

>>70875

Happy birthday, lad.


 No.70880

>>70879

I don't think they were eligible to be wizards though.


 No.70881

File: 681ea89951ae5a0⋯.png (207.22 KB, 645x1260, 43:84, 1527526854435.png)


 No.70882

I lost my wizardry potential last year.

For a while I thought it wasn't worth it because that girl made me feel worse than I'd never felt in my life.


 No.70883

Do brain training apps work?


 No.70884

>>70883

Only if you wear the right novelty hat.


 No.70885

>>70884

What kind of hat is best for that?


 No.70886

>>70885

A kanmuri hat of course.


 No.70887

Lads, is there any more pathetic hobby on the planet than collecting?

I can't think of anything sadder than spending insane amounts of money on shit just for the sake of owning a collection?


 No.70888

>>70887

Depends on the goal, i.e. collecting something for the sake of archival/preservation. Collections can also be worth more as a set versus individually. I'd say the most despicable and utterly pointless form of "collecting" would be gacha games, where the goal is to just spend a ludicrous amount of money for a chance to possibly unlock a shiny-looking jpeg.


 No.70889

File: 127bb24d532d527⋯.jpeg (37.25 KB, 330x548, 165:274, 6620a40a9a09ea087f7beda61….jpeg)

Who /Frank's Big Adventure/ here?


 No.70890

Did any of you lads vote today then?


 No.70891

>>70890

Will be later when my mum gets back from work.


 No.70892

File: 0ef43bb65664040⋯.jpg (43.67 KB, 642x419, 642:419, wamen.jpg)


 No.70893

>>70890

They were not open NEET hours, this was obviously done on purpose to curtail the NEET vote.


 No.70894

>>70893

>7am to 10pm

>going to bed before10am

get a load of this fake NEET


 No.70895

File: b54348eb22d57b0⋯.png (465.7 KB, 635x599, 635:599, 1558542593186.png)


 No.70896

Lads, please pursuade me to get rid of all my old PS2 games.

Im trying to declutter and stop clinging onto posessions.


 No.70897

File: 6f0a713d327bf2b⋯.jpg (904.43 KB, 2822x2117, 2822:2117, ps2 ntsc.jpg)

>>70896

They're probably all PAL region, and thus the majority of them will play 20% slower than they're supposed to, with the wrong aspect ratio, fucked up reencoded stuttery/inverse-telecined FMVs, and don't have any of the cool spine art on the cases that the NTSC releases have. PAL region games are one step away from being bootlegs in my opinion, in fact they're arguably worse. We really got the short end of the stick during the SDTV years, as far as I'm aware only the Xbox, Gamecube, and Wii had proper universal PAL60 modes that ran games at the correct speed.

What you could do is sell all the discs (or at least all the ones that are 50 Hz only), then softmod your PS2 with FMCB to play NTSC "backups". 99% of games will run on OPL (Open PS2 Loader, homebrew that can run games off a hardrive or network connection) or ESR (homebrew that runs "backup" discs) without issue. I think there's only one game out of the forty or so that I own that doesn't work with either method, namely Shadow Man: 2econd Coming.


 No.70898

>feel shit

>meditate

>feel better

Why is this?


 No.70899

>>70898

Because a lot of "feeling shit" is caused by ruminating on things that don't need to be ruminated on, and meditation is the art of stopping and preventing rumination at will.


 No.70900

I had an attendance review at work yesterday. They asked me to wait in the canteen while they deliberated for 30 minutes, I thought they might sack me, and was sort of hoping they would, but they just gave me a "written warning" on my file, which basically means nothing unless I keep having days off.


 No.70901

People who eat with their mouths open or make a lot of noice when eating are the worst kinds of people.

If I had a kid that ate with their mouth open I'd beat the shit out of them.


 No.70902

I'm working on my arithmetic at the moment. Can you lads recommend me a good pair of gloves to enhance my mental fortitude?


 No.70903

>>70902

Mittens, that way you can't cheat with your fingers.


 No.70904

Not going to lie, lads. I genuinely feel blessed to have my penis

It's 7.5" long, uncircumsized, nice girth to it and genuinely nice to look at. I can stand up straight and say with a smile on my face that I'm proud of my penis and not many men can do that.

I'm not mocking the "smaller" men out there, I just wanted to get this off my chest because it's something I'm really proud of.


 No.70905

>>70904

Nice. Mine is half an inch longer, but it's not a looker, in fact I think it's quite ugly. I think I'd prefer to have one like yours given the choice.


 No.70906

>>70905

I mean, all penises look a bit weird, I'm sure it's not that bad.

There's dicklets out there who would give their life savings to have a cock that big regardless of how "ugly" it looks.


 No.70907

Can't tell if the quality of content on the internet has gotten worse or I've just spent so much of my life on the internet that I'm bored of everything.


 No.70908

>>70906

True, I couldn't imagine having a small penis. A lot of men have erections the same size as we are flaccid, and that's hilarious. It's weird how it can vary so much from person to person, regardless of height, despite other body parts always being roughly the same size proportionally. I've always wondered if there's something specific that some men do / don't do during childhood or adolesence that heavily impacts it, like diet or sleep posture or something.

>>70907

Probably a bit of both.


 No.70909

I was watching videos from mid 2000s internet culture. Things have changed so much but I've spent too much time in front of a PC.


 No.70910

Dream Market has been taken down. Where am I supposed to get my drugs now?


 No.70911

I'm making a curry. Asda got fresh turmeric root and scotch bonnet chilies in lately, so I've added those to my paste.


 No.70912

*sound of curry boiling gently in the pan*


 No.70913

File: 7216ebc6f208463⋯.jpg (127.46 KB, 600x902, 300:451, 1430216654882.jpg)

>tfw being a big willy board


 No.70914

>>70911

>>70912

I'm going to have you ask you to provide an update on how this curry turned out.

Come on, let's hear it.


 No.70915

>>70914

We regretfully inform you that currylad passed away in an unfortunate culinary accident today at approximately 5:30pm.


 No.70916

File: 42a94c888d3eaee⋯.jpg (151.65 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, maxresdefault (1).jpg)

Who will play him in the inevitable biopic?


 No.70917

>>70914

It was very nice. It had quite the kick–I've had scotch bonnet raw before, and it was a bit too much–but cooking it tempered it to just the right heat for me. I couldn't really taste any difference between the fresh and powdered turmeric, but it did taste zestier and fruiter than usual which I presume was because I used fresh and not powdered ginger.


 No.70918

>>70913

if your dick is bigger than 6" you need to get the fuck off my board normalfaggot, same goes for people who are 6' tall or over


 No.70919

>>70918

Lad, the average penis size is around 5" - 6", and the average adult male height in the UK is 5' 9", which makes you the normalfag here.


 No.70920

My meditation habit is coming along nicely. I barely think at all know when I'm doing it; I'm almost totally focused on the breath.


 No.70921

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I have just listened to this through my Sennheiser HD 25-1's, and well, how do I put this—what an absolutely fantastic auditory experience that was.


 No.70922

>>70919

>normalfag = average

spotted the normalfag


 No.70923

File: 1ecf430b5a3ee72⋯.gif (365.22 KB, 500x275, 20:11, 1529397508643.gif)

30 posts in the last week, 12 of which were on monday


 No.70924

>>70923

This board is like a decrepid old man who sits in the corner of the nursing home. Doesn't really do anything, should have died years ago, certainly wouldn't be resuscitated should he stop breathing. And yet he still clings on to some pointless vestige of life.


 No.70925

>>70924

I'd be happier if the board just died like some forgotten old man than turning into the same shit that /r9k/ britfeel is.


 No.70926

>>70923

I've just been occupying myself with other things more than usual this year. I don't really have anything to report or to ask, but I still sit at my computer with the tab open all day and respond if I have something to say.


 No.70927

Rats are pretty nice pets. I've got 2 of them.

One likes to sit on my shoulder when I'm on the computer.

Shame they will probably be dead in less than 1 year.


 No.70928

Every single day, multiple times a day, I see something about 'blacked, cucked, BBC, etc' in comment sections, threads and the like. I can't stand this constant microcucking, how am I supposed to live with this haunting spectre? I just want to die and be free from the evil of this world.


 No.70929

File: bcec7194bc18fe8⋯.jpg (254.71 KB, 643x889, 643:889, un.jpg)


 No.70930

>>70928

Stop reading comments sections


 No.70931

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Chicken Curry For Beginners with Curry Powder - By Vahchef @ vahrehvah.com


 No.70932

Anyone else seriously dislike dogs?

I hate going into the house of someone who owns a dog and they immediately start sniffing and slobbering on you or even worse, trying to jump up. I hate their pathetic needyness.

I don't know how people like smelly attention despirate beasts that puke, shit and shed hair everywhere

Dog owners are even worse, they have a habbit of letting them on beds and on furniture with no concern that their dirty beast is rubbing it's filthy anus over everything.

They never follow leash laws, leave their disgusting beast's shit all over parks and woods for people to step in. I mean, how many fucking times in my life have I had to scrape dog shit off my shoes, why is this normal? There's a dog next door and EVERY fucking time I start my car it hears the engine and starts barking, sometimes it goes into the back garden and just fucking barks non stop

It's the dogs AND owners I hate.

Dog Cons

>shits everywhere and you have to clean it up (how fucking humiliating, cleaning up the feces of a beast)

>makes the most annoying, awful sound on the planet known as a "bark"

>sheds hair everywhere and basically just ruins houses

>smells like your grandmother's washing machine that hasn't been cleaned since 2003

>have to take hours of time out of your day to walk them

>disgust guests by smearing their wet, gross noses over their thighs

Dog Pros

>they're a good companion for autistic children


 No.70933

When I was a young boy my mum yelled at me in a department store so I pulled her skirt down. My Grandmother slapped my arm and yelled at me again so I pulled her skirt down too and ran off.

A security man caught me.


 No.70934

>>70932

I wouldn't say I hate them, but I don't particularly like them either. I've never had a dog or spent much time around them, so I don't really know how to interact with them. I remember going to my great auntie's house once and she had a massive black dog that went absolutely batshit when we turned up, he was legging it round the house and jumping at us. Freaked me out a bit, been wary of them ever since.

Don't really like cats either, I went to my mum's mate's house as a kid, and her cat came up to me and scratched my hand while I was minding my own business watching Mousehunt.


 No.70935

File: 6645f3cbcc6c939⋯.jpg (100 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, 489787.jpg)

What's your guilty pleasure? For me, it's these.


 No.70936

>>70935

Same here lad.


 No.70937

>>70935

My guilty pleasure are the full sugar ones that have about 10x your recomended daily intake of sugar in them.


 No.70938

>>70937

I really like the pink fruity one but I decided it's too unhealthy even as a treat. I think the white one is just as tasty though, which is impressive because I normally don't like diet stuff.


 No.70939

>>70938

I think sugar free stuff gives you cancer, but I don't particularly care.


 No.70940

>>70932

They bark too much and the hair is a nuisance. I miss not having dog hair on my clothes.


 No.70941

>>70932

calm yourself ahmed


 No.70942

Reminder that this is a WHITE board, dog-hating pakis NOT welcome.


 No.70943

My biggest regret in life is not being with my childhood dog as she died.


 No.70944

>>70942

Enjoy bending over and performing the submissive act of picking your beast's feces up from the cold ground.


 No.70945

>>70944

>being an urb*nite cuckold

no need to pick up poo when it's on a field or in the woods


 No.70946

>>70945

It's bad for the soil, you dirty beast-bitch.

And nobody wants to stand in its shit either when they want a walk in the woods.


 No.70947

>>70944

Asalum alayakum, brother, you tell that dog loving Anglo scum


 No.70948

>>70946

>shit is bad for the soil

Sure, just like foreskins are unhygienic eh Mohammed


 No.70949

Daily Stormer has reopened account registration for the next 48 hours


 No.70950

I've been awarded 5 star points for working hard and making my new section leader feel welcome.


 No.70951

>>70950

Atta goy, you get meaningless prole points while someone else joins the team above you


 No.70952

Last weekI missed a Royal Mail Signed for package, I assumed it was the shower head I reordered but unfortunately I missed it again so it's at the post office.

However, yesterday my shower head arrived. I've checked throguh all my online orders and there's nothing that needs to be delivered so I have no clue what this "signed for" package is or even if it is a package, what if its a letter?

The anxiety is killing me. I'm just going to ignore this problem until it goes away.


 No.70953

>>70948

Dogs are really quite gross.

My aunt used to have this hypersexual female husky that would lick it's own vagina all the time whilst making snorty moaning noises. I don't just mean small licks, I mean it was really shoving it's snout in there really going for it and then the room would be filled with the revolting scent of wet dog vagina.

It would steal pillows and hump the fuck out of them too.


 No.70954

Even if our opinions on dogs are different, can we at least agree that pitbulls are dognegroes and should all be killed off?


 No.70955

>>70954

I think that all dogs that vastly deviate in shape and size from their wolf-like ancestors, that live in constant pain and suffering due to their extreme deformities, should be put down and made extinct.


 No.70956

>>70951

Excuse me. Star points are a highly sought after commodity at Asda, being equal in value to £1 each, and to receive them is a most profound honor and privilege.


 No.70957

As a guitarist, which chord progression is most likely to get me a gf?


 No.70958

>>70957

The four chords, and nothing but the four chords.


 No.70960

I used to "play" guitar when I was 14, but instead of actually learning chords and normal music theory I just googled tabs to songs I liked and played them atrociously.

It all just sounded "off", there was no proper rythm between notes and I had absolutely no clue how to play an instrument besides tabs.

At least it was fun, and at the time I genuinely thought I was amazing.


 No.70961

Anyone else here not very clever?

I got C-E grades in highschool with a lot of studying and absolutely flunked college where my highest grade was a D. The rest were F and U.

I had to resit my GCSE English when I was 18 years old which was kind of shit.


 No.70962

>>70956

I hope you are also a based sharesave lad


 No.70963

>>70961

I got C - E grades in my GCSEs as well (specifically 2 Cs, 4 Ds, and 4 Es). I didn't make any sort of effort though, I gave up any and all academic efforts about halfway through year 8. Got put in various "redo your GCSEs" things in subsequent years into my early 20s, but never actually got far enough in them to resit the exams.

I did alright in college because I did BTEC music tech, and I was already highly proficient with 3 years of experience under my belt before I'd even started. Ended up with MMM, and I don't doubt that I could've gotten top marks if I'd bothered to do any of the written work. I basically min-maxed it, I aced all the practical stuff so even without doing a single bit of written work I managed to get a decent grade.


 No.70964

>>70961

I got BCCC at GCSE then failed everything in sixth form and dropped out of the second year, so yes. I had one piece of work left to do for a BTEC but I was so tired of it all I didn't bother. At least I have my qualification in Equality and Diversity™ we were forced to take in school.


 No.70965

File: 5902c3e300bdf08⋯.jpg (71.5 KB, 755x480, 151:96, nissan-micra-2002-460l.jpg)

I hate Range Rovers and other types of oversized SUVs that are far too big for small British roads and parking spaces.

Some fuck in his oversized range rover lego car parks overnight on a road near my house but his stupid car is so big that it sticks about 1ft into the road. It's so fucking big that it actually causes traffic because you have to stop your car to let other people past because it's SO FUCKING HUGE that it stops 2 cars from comfortably going down the road.

I don't see the appeal, there's absolutely no utility in them because any possible storage space just becomes "extra legroom".

Pic related, a nice, sensibly sized car.


 No.70966

>>70965

They piss me off too. I've noticed in the past 2 or 3 years that there are fewer small cars on the road and more 4x4s and SUVs.

These cunts all live locally and drive locally as well, it's not like they're driving off-road regularly or anything to justify having an off-road vehicle.


 No.70967

>>70966

It's just a car version of a McMansion.


 No.70968

Buddhism is based.


 No.70969

File: 6ea9f8468c76aa5⋯.jpg (627.92 KB, 1920x1200, 8:5, img0.jpg)

Feel the need to rant lads. It's over something fairly stupid in the grand scheme of things, but it's been lingering in the back of my mind for a while, and started really getting me down since yesterday.

I've been building a PC for my grandmother, as her old Windows 7 laptop is on its way out, and my dad asked me if I could build her a desktop PC. Ordered the parts and got it all up and running yesterday, then moved on to the OS installation part of it. I installed Windows 10 initially, thinking that it might not be as bad as I previously thought, and I can honestly say I loathe everything about it. Even putting the constant antagonistic / data-mining shit aside, it's actually really buggy. Numerous built-in features got broken in the latest big update, and I see other people with the same problems so I know it's not my (or the hardware's) fault. Not to mention, I think it's really fucking ugly, the UI looks amateur and inconsistent, and the various settings windows are simply painful to navigate.

So I formatted the drive and started again with Linux Mint, just to see how viable it would be. It's a lot better in terms of UI, data-mining, no ads, etc., but it's still not perfect, and I don't really think my grandma would get along with it. She uses some old Windows Live photo organising/editing software, and while it does have a thing that does all that, it's not very intuitive. Might have to look into some third party software, which is a lot more hit-and-miss in Linux world than it is windows. Also, largely thanks to my dad, she's hooked into the old MS Outlook ecosystem, so it might be difficult to get her over to another email client.

Thanks to Microsoft being the evil dickheads they are, Windows 7 isn't really an option any more due to them forcing PC hardware vendors to cease support, and putting it in "end of life" status next year. Windows 8.1 (which I also hate, just not as much as Windows 10) is basically in the same boat, so that's not really an option either. It's not just this build where this is a problem though, this is going to be a problem with my PC as well.

So to get to the real point of this post; I fucking love Windows 7 lads, I genuinely love it. It's the most beautiful OS I've ever used, and I've been heavily using OSs since Windows 95. I love the "aero" glassy look, it makes me feel relaxed and refreshed. I feel at peace just looking at it. I've been using Windows 7 every day for the past 9 years and it's been an absolute pleasure overall. I remember when I first used it back in 2010, when I was only 18, and it was just a wonderful experience, everything just looked and felt so much better than anything that had come before it.

I don't want to say goodbye. I want to keep using it forever, but it seems that the forces that be won't let me. Security patches I can live without, I've had updates disabled for several years anyway, but new hardware support is already winding down, and I know that software support will follow shortly. I just don't know what to do. It feels like an old friend or a close loved one of mine has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, and there's nothing I can do about it. Maybe I've just spent too many years alone with my computer, but Windows 7 has been there with me this whole time, through my various ups and downs. It's never changed its form or its function, it's been the rock that the rest of my life has leant on. Almost everything I've done in the past 9 years has been with this OS, and I'm struggling to come to terms with the painful fact that it's not going to be there for the next 9, or even the next 2.

I love you, Windows 7. Please don't leave me.


 No.70970

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>>70969

I share your pain, fellow win7 lad


 No.70971

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>>70970

It helps to know I'm not alone in my lament, thanks lad.

Speaking of things passing, this 4 month old thread hasn't got much fuel left in the tank. Didn't realise it had been so long since the last one, nor that this one had gotten so close to the post limit.


 No.70972

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>>70968

Fuck you.


 No.70973

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I'm going to try and post here more often from now on, even if I don't really have much to say. I'm having a hard time dealing with the whole PC/Windows thing, and I've been thinking that I really don't want this place to disappear either. I really regret not posting at times when I easily could have done so over the last couple of months, the whole past year even. I feel like I'm largely (or at least partly) responsible for the long lull in activity we've been experiencing. I've been a bit of a cunt and made almost no effort at all to respond to you lads, and I've only made maybe 1 or 2 posts that weren't replies, whereas it used to be that a third or more of all posts in any given thread were mine. It wasn't until today that I really considered what life might be like if you lot weren't always there for me.

This is pretty much the only place I can come to and talk about my day, let off steam, or just chat with you lads about random shit. I don't have any real life or online friends or associates, I only really have my parents to talk to, and the only one out of them that I can talk to about my interests and hobbies is my dad, who I rarely get to see. If this place dies then I'll once again be completely socially isolated most of the time, and while I'm sure I could soldier through it like I did during the years before I found /britfeel/, it would surely be just as miserable and depressing as it used to be, perhaps even more so. I don't want that to happen, I'd much prefer if what remains of this merry little group of shitposters, social outcasts, and eccentric individuals stuck together for as long as we're able to. We might not last forever, but I don't think it has to end any time soon.


 No.70974

>>70973

I've been on britfeel since I was 16 and I'm now 22, it has been a big part of my pathetic life and I will never stop coming here, there's nowhere else where I can stand the people. I'll also make an effort to post more. As for Windows 10, I recently switched from 7 and there are some good things about it. Command prompt is much more usable, I use it as a music player and for other purposes that I wouldn't have bothered with on 7. Also, 10 has a very nice tiling window manager you use with windows key + arrows. I use a program called OOSU10 to disable what can be disabled of the privacy invasions, not that I ever trusted 7 any more or less than I do 10. As for the UI, I prefer the boxiness over aero and it's much more customisable. I think you may get used to it over time if you switch.


 No.70975

Anyone making a good OP image for the next thread?


 No.70976

>>70974

Yeah I think I could get used to it too, it's just that while I have my familiar ol' Windows 7 machine in front of me all set up just how I like it, with the ability to quickly switch between this and a brand new Windows 10 machine (that already has broken features from the latest update), 10 feels really alien and uncomfy. According to what I've been reading, 10 also apparently breaks loads of shit and resets settings every 6 months when there's a major update, have you experienced anything like that?

>As for the UI, I prefer the boxiness over aero and it's much more customisable

I've never liked the flat design trend, I also really hate tablet-style interfaces. I've been waiting years for all that sort of thing to die, back in 2012/2013 I was convinced that this was just another fad that wouldn't last long, but it's still here, and there's no sign of it going away any time soon. Maybe entering the 2020s will cause people to seek something fresher, or bring about a nostalgia for skeuomorphism. God, please let that happen, I love tastefully done skeuomorphism.

>>70975

I nominate the lad who made this thread's OP, it's excellent.


 No.70977

>>70969

Say what you will about the OS, but I really like Vista.

When I first got a computer in my bedroom, that was the OS it had. I like the look of it, for similar reasons to you liking windows 7, and I thought the start orb where it stuck out from the bar was super cool. Gives me a nostalgic feeling.


 No.70978

>>70977

Oh I agree, Vista was a nice looking OS as well. I remember seeing the first screenshots of it in PC mags when it was still in development, and it looked so sleek and cool. I'm one of the few people that didn't have any problems with Vista, I thought it was really nice overall. I believe a lot of people's bad experiences with it came from trying to use former-XP machines (and XP-era peripherals with no Vista drivers available) to run it, at a time when computer hardware was improving hard and fast. I only ever used Vista with new hardware, and had no trouble with it at all as far as I can remember.

I guess a lot of my feelings towards Vista and 7 melded together, because they were so similar. 7 is a bit more blue-ish and colourful rather than black and yellow-tinted, and has the dock-like taskbar, but besides that it's difficult to tell them apart. It's not like XP or 95/98, which were completely different.


 No.70979

>>70976

I haven't noticed anything break but I've only been using it for a month. When there's an update I open OOSU10 and check if it's changed anything but it hasn't yet.


 No.70980

>>70979

I see, well I'd be grateful if you could post about anything bad or unusual that happens. It's hard to tell how things are just by looking at various other places online, opinions seem to differ vastly depending on who's answering. Some say they've never had a hitch, others say that updates have nearly bricked their systems.

I'm off to bed now though, goodnight lads.


 No.70981

What a nice chord progression. Do you like Spanish guitar? For me, it'd simply fantastic.


 No.70982

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>70981

Forgive me my good lads, for I appear to have forgotten the link.

What instruments are you lads proficient in?


 No.70983

>>70981

It's alright, not really a guitar lover personally but classical guitars have a nice sound.

>>70982

I can get a tune out of anything, but I wouldn't say I'm proficient with any particular instrument. I'm best at keyboard, but I only really use it to come up with ideas for composition and for improvisational fun, not to learn songs and perform them. I'm no Jazzy Jeff, but I'm not bad at scratching either, if turntablism counts.


 No.70984

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Been thinking about Dolequest again lads. I know it has been four years and despite having a job now I can't let it go. Went for a walk earlier and it's just been hitting me with gameplay mechanics.

> Sidescrolling beat em up

> every 'day' is a level where you aimlessly walk around town

> one day a week you go to the job centre

> in the evenings you browse 4chan

> different boards level up different stats and might give you different abilities, examples:

> /pol/ makes you stronger vs pakis

> /fa/ levels up your 'fashion sense' so you can unlock new clothes other than your raggy green frog hoodie

> /x/ gives you magic

> /r9k/ might give you an attack bonus vs women

> /out/ gives you a beard

> gameplay will involve walking down the street, sometimes making choices (do you go into the underpass where there are a pack of chavs?) (Do you give the finger to those mormons?) as well as general combat a la streets of rage

> Game will have multiple goals but will likely be open ended; eventually you'll be this fullon mega autist, maybe you can even age ingame and your magic powers deepen if you reach 30 without having virginityState==1

I dunno lads, it's nice to have a project but did i miss the bandwagon with Dolequest? I don't go on either thread anymore and the cultures of both have changed. Hope you're all doing well.


 No.70985

SOMEONE MAKE A NEW THREAD


 No.70986

>>70981

Spanish guitar is my favorite kind of guitar music. That's really nice.

Ill find one of the ones I really like and post it later.


 No.70987

>>70984

I dunno, it sounds like a solid concept, but I don't really browse imageboards much any more besides coming here, occasionally checking in on a couple of other scarcely populated 8ch boards, and one fairly autistic general on 4/jp/ that doesn't have an 8ch alternative. I also haven't been to the job centre in years, last time I re-applied I got considered autistic enough that they don't ever need to see me or check up on me again. They just send me the bux, no questions asked.

>>70985

I'm too busy at the moment, and I haven't got any ideas for the OP pic. Somebody else needs to do it, we've only got 7 or 8 posts left.


 No.70988

Been tinkering around more with Windows 10, got it looking a lot more familiar now by using Enterprise edition, OOSU10 (thanks for the rec lad), Open-Shell menu, and just diving deep into the settings. Can't say I like the idea of relying on third-party software to make the system more stomachable, but I guess it's not so different to the Vista days when I used to use weird things like "Circle Dock".

Only thing I haven't found is a proper replacement for the analogue clock when you click on the time. I use that a lot on 7, I find analogue clocks much easier to read and easier to calculate timings. Apparently you used to be able to unlock it in 10's registry settings, but they killed it off a couple of years ago. Wankers. Maybe I'll just buy a real one.

Anyway I'm off to bed now, goodnight lads.


 No.70989

I'm the lad who made this OP but I can't make another because I don't have photoshop anymore and I wouldn't know what to make anyway so some other lad is going to have to get creative.




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