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File: 6ed2c099b1207dd⋯.jpg (1.58 MB, 3877x2823, 3877:2823, BF-Dec-Night-3.jpg)

 No.7634

Christmas is here edition

 No.7635

>>7634

I hope you lads can enjoy today to the best of your ability.


 No.7636

Merry happy to you all. Hope you can make the most of your day. With love from a lowly anon x


 No.7637

File: 7b1e609a7bbc24c⋯.jpg (1.14 MB, 900x1200, 3:4, KougyokuChristmas1.jpg)

Merry Christmas (AGAIN)

Thanks for the kind words Shippy. Hopefully next year will be good for all of us


 No.7638

File: 995e89354485cd8⋯.jpg (71.78 KB, 592x800, 37:50, 26056500_1620117548034256_….jpg)


 No.7639

File: 606bad2bfb597dc⋯.png (88.21 KB, 800x527, 800:527, ap13.png)

>>7638

Merry Christmas lad, it's actually frightening how similar you look to a family member of mine

Quality OC though


 No.7642

>>7634

Didn't realise there was another thread

We shall have to get into the habit of posting the new one when we realise it's at 749/750


 No.7643

File: 0cc7aff5a23a118⋯.jpg (1.12 MB, 1200x1400, 6:7, KougyokuChristmas2.jpg)

How was Christmas lads?

Felt very bad earlier but now I feel a bit better. Going to try lifting for the first time soon


 No.7644

>>7643

Not bad so far, but I haven't even left the house yet. Going round for christmas dinner in about 30 minutes. Unusually late this year.

I missed the queen's speech too which I wanted to see, nevermind. What exercises are you doing? Might do some chest presses myself later. It's been a while.


 No.7645

>>7643

apparently i will be spending it salone which sucks but wht ever if they don't wnt to see me even if i csme over

Good luc with the lifting, don't push yourself -too- much, I don't know how to explain it but you should just know yout limits. Don't lose faith if you start feeling achy and all that too becuse it comes to pass but ive seen people stop because of it

good lucck


 No.7646

>>7645

Are you pissed? Have fun for the rest of the day anon


 No.7647

File: fe801f977bd39e2⋯.png (177.27 KB, 882x584, 441:292, ap14.png)

>>7646

The tipsy and not caring stage methinks. If i try really hard I ca try and type much more normal because Its not dms where it instantly sends.

Ive many more cans to go through


 No.7648

Apparently mods are being cunts on nromql Chan

What absolute mugs


 No.7649

File: bcd39705e29d786⋯.gif (568.63 KB, 400x225, 16:9, Crona3.gif)

Why do the threads keep getting deleted on halfchan? I made a new one and it got deleted basically instantly.


 No.7650

>>7649

What's up Crona?


 No.7651

File: 4d070758a3addcf⋯.jpg (61.37 KB, 600x600, 1:1, KougyokuRen12.jpg)

Bought some games on PSN. Got these retro ones for like £2.49 and I can't stop playing them. Pacman, Galaga and Dig Dug. Really steep learning curve

Lifted too. Feels like I haven't done enough or something and I'm paranoid about my form but I've read articles and watched videos so it can't be too bad I think. Very satisfying thing to do, lifting.


 No.7652

File: 00532e731efae9f⋯.jpg (50.64 KB, 500x500, 1:1, Crona10.jpg)

>>7650

Hey lad. I'm just redistributing my crypto portfolio. Last night I bought LSK, GXS, and ADA. LSK went up 20%, and GXS and ADA went up 5%. I sold LSK and ADA and bought Verge, XVG. I think it's a good idea to split my diversify my portfolio into 3 coins, that way I can mitigate some risk in exchange of some potential gains.

How are you?

>>7651

Exercise is a natural mood-lifter. Too bad it feels so hellish to do!


 No.7653

File: a0daeafd69ab59c⋯.png (47.95 KB, 450x403, 450:403, 1475793389419.png)

Got 600 quid from my grandad


 No.7654

File: 2db0d1e5db86a06⋯.jpg (38.25 KB, 460x414, 10:9, IMG_20170703_160738_964.JPG)

>completed round 11 on pacman

Pacmanlets BTFO

>>7652

You should try walking on a daily basis. It's hard at first but being in better health is great.

>>7653

>got £20 off my mum because she felt sorry for me

What you going to do with £600?


 No.7655

>>7653

Lucky lad


 No.7656

>>7654

where are you playing pacman?


 No.7657

>>7655

>>7654

Think I'll use it to buy steroids and wrestling classes


 No.7658

>>7657

Just be careful with the roids lad, hopefully they're worth forking out for though


 No.7659

>>7658

Looking up prices. A bottle of test is about 40 quid. Would have to be prepared to inject myself every week which is a bit grim


 No.7660

>>7659

Just a tad, aren't there other vectors you can use? I've heard/seen anabolics too, I don't know how it differs from what you're looking into or effective they'd be though.


 No.7661

>>7660

Test is a basic entry level gear. It's not dangerous and you dont need to do large amounts if you've been natty. It's shit like tren and anadrol that's dangerous, and the intense fat burners


 No.7662

Moving onto whiskey shots lads


 No.7663

>>7662

nice, i got a bottle of jack daniels for christmas.


 No.7664

File: 4d322133bec933e⋯.jpg (126.9 KB, 736x1046, 368:523, KougyokuRen34.jpg)

Spent the whole evening playing indie PSN games and hoarding trophies. Incredibly rewarding to get them haha

Thinking of hitting up a supermarket tomorrow to get reduced sweets and stuff for my family. Can't wait for the sales desu

Hope you've all had a good day


 No.7665

>>7664

I've been listening to this non-stop. It's probably my favourite song that I've discovered this year.

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


 No.7666

>>7664

>Hope you've all had a good day

Its been decent. I have been reading, and i watched scarface. Your day sounds pretty comfy.


 No.7667

>>7664

Lots of nice family time and food. Now just drinking alone and feeling a but down tbh.


 No.7668

File: 7965343f28d86c8⋯.jpg (84.77 KB, 500x500, 1:1, Crona13.jpg)

Good morning lads. Going to go out to get some lunch I think, I haven't eaten since Christmas Eve.


 No.7669

>>7668

Morning Crona

How are you feeling now?


 No.7670

>>7669

I'm feeling a little better I suppose. Christmas day went by just like any other day for me. I suppose I'm a little sad I didn't get to feel Christmassy, but oh well. Thank you all for keeping me company though, I really appreciate it.


 No.7671

My brother met Tony bellew today, bit jealous tbqh.


 No.7672

File: dffb1822dd7486d⋯.jpg (51.48 KB, 736x414, 16:9, d1092417bcd686c26d8251f2ca….jpg)

Just wanted to share a funny story lads


 No.7673

>>7672

I find it hard to distinguish deano and chav.


 No.7674

>>7672

Will you be starting Uni from year 1, or do you transfer any credits from last time?


 No.7675

>>7673

Same. Like the difference between crocodiles and alligators, whatever that is

Deanos tend to wear more expensive brands like Adidas and Nike. Chavs wear stuff like Lonsdale and Everlast

>>7674

Year 1, if I end up going haha


 No.7676

>>7674

Did you go to sixth form? Just realised I didn't know your educational background


 No.7677

>>7673

>chavs wear sports clothes predominately from jd. Brands like north face, Emporio armani, berghaus, addidas and nike are common with chavs

>Deanos wear normal clothes from shops such as riverisland


 No.7678

>>7676

I went to sixth form, got abysmal A levels. I didn't go to uni though, it was a choice of going to East London or Bedfordshire, both were very low tier so thought it wasn't worth it.

I did 120 credits of Open Uni in 2011, but never finished the degree.


 No.7679

>>7678

Thank you, that was insightful desu

No offence but you always struck me as intelligent so your A-Level results are surprising


 No.7680

>>7679

I had the 2nd best Maths SAT in Oxfordshire for my sitting when I did it in year 6, on the entrance exam to secondary school I also came 2nd out of about 300. During Secondary school my performance just collapsed though, I only got 5 GCSE's and just barely managed to get accepted to Sixth form at all.

Very occasionally now I get these little bursts of mental energy and motivation, when I get them I can just study for hours non-stop, but it's rare. In primary school I used to be like that all the time every day. During year 3 I think it was, I did the entire Year 6 maths textbook in 3 weeks, and after that they couldn't even teach me much really, I just loaned year 7/8 books from the library.

What's worse about it all is that when I was in secondary school, everyone thought it was beyond doubt that I'd apply for, and hopefully get into Oxford, and I was just constantly disappointing everyone. Even during Year 7 when I was still above average, but not exceptionally I was always causing a disappointment to the school that were useless and failed to teach. Primary school really nurtured high achievers, but in Secondary school it wasn't like that at all.


 No.7681

>>7680

I can understand what you mean by the bursts of motivation, I remember sinking full days for at least a week into doing something and getting it all done right and then id return to normalcy or a below average will to do things.

Weird I suppose, did you have any plans/aspirations in particular though lad? And what did you do at the OU?


 No.7682

>>7680

I did 60 credits of Law, and 60 credits of science, unfortunately they only count if you do the degree in 6 years. I did want to get the LLB, but brain fog and lack of motivation made it impossible for me to continue during 2012.

At one point during my teenage years I wanted to be a meteorologist but changed to law as the intake/employment ratio is quite poor for meteorology students. By chance I managed to befriend someone in 2006 who is now Deputy of the Met Office, and ended up becoming the UK's fastest speedcuber, although he is no longer. Funny world at times.


 No.7683

I must have listened to this between 200-250 times over the past 3 days

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


 No.7684

File: 0c70384feb988ef⋯.jpg (298.13 KB, 980x1288, 35:46, economist.jpg)

>halfchan goes to shit again


 No.7685

File: d95a69de60b5eb8⋯.jpg (88.73 KB, 900x900, 1:1, Crona9.jpg)

>>7684

I think I understand why you like gambling now, shipanon. The rush of seeing my balance increase from my 'investments' is very addictive. And when you lose, you feel kind of obligated to try to earn back your loss.


 No.7686

>>7685

We've both had an absolute rollercoaster December. My biggest win and loss has both been this month. At least I've still got 750 of the winnings, but I've severely reduced 1 of my accounts, and closed all others so I can only deposit £10/month now.

I intend to fully quit in the new year, but at the very least I'll keep a log like this year, although hopefully I won't be tempted.


 No.7687

Oh god. I slept so long my back is in agony


 No.7688

>>7687

Haven't heard from you in a few days

You been alright?


 No.7689

>>7688

Been drinking too much all week. Didnt post much last couple of days, didnt want to be a 'wayhey I'm so wasted lads!' poster


 No.7690

I think I'm trouble lads. Been drinking since I woke up and feeling the urge to self-harm again


 No.7691

File: 652c0c63f905a79⋯.png (99.36 KB, 746x512, 373:256, ap34.png)

>>7690

No point in doing that now lad, perhaps go and do a quick workout or something? I usually do that to blow off some steam if I'm able


 No.7692

>>7691

Too drunk to workout. Thanks for the hug though lad


 No.7693

>>7690

Don't do anything rash. You're a great guy, you have no reason to hurt yourself and you'll regret it later. Try and distract yourself with media or something, sometimes helps me with self destructive urges


 No.7694

>>7692

I'd say your best choices are to try and distract yourself from things or just go to sleep if you can. No point in doing something you'll regret lad but if you do something or entertain yourself with something it'll hopefully reduce the urge to do something rash.

When I would drink alone I'd play a shooter and just try and take things lightly and it's quite fun, in my opinion.


 No.7695

>>7693

Thanks lass

>>7694

The Championship Manager game I was ten years into crash haha. Otherwise I'd use that as a distraction


 No.7696

File: 71a6c1d6fc35472⋯.jpg (462.37 KB, 633x758, 633:758, SquallWojak.jpg)

>its a shitposting episode


 No.7697

>>7696

Christmas holidays will be over in a week or two


 No.7698

I'm quiting britfeel for awhile. It's really not good for my mental wellbeing


 No.7699

>>7698

Fair enough lad, It can be mentally draining sometimes.


 No.7700

>>7698

You still staying here or doing an ebin and quitting imageboards all together?


 No.7701

Hope you all had a great christmas.

I ate too much food and had a great time. Need to be very healthy in January now. Definitely doing that 6 months off the booze.


 No.7702

>>7701

Mine was quite alright, glad yours sounded good too. Good luck with staying off the booze especially if others around you are drinking up though


 No.7703

File: 4bb2e530aeba8dc⋯.jpg (24.35 KB, 432x366, 72:61, PolitoedPepe.jpg)

Only posted about pokemon cards too


 No.7704

>>7702

Should hopefully be ok.

Toughest parts will be the trips to London and New York. They are usually complete booze ups.


 No.7705

File: 8a51e637227835d⋯.jpg (2.51 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 20171228_124224.jpg)

>>7698

Haven't been on the halfchan thread in 2 weeks and I no longer have the compulsion to, seems to be a complete shithole now anyway. You have to leave to realise just how much that place can bring you down

Good to hear you lads had a good christmas, mine's been good too. Eating has improved, no family drama and they all liked my presents, haven't been on the internet so I've been reading a lot and running. Plus we got snow! Gonna go for a /snowrun/ out in the fields now, will take some more pictures because the countryside is beautiful but I think a lot of it has melted unfortunately


 No.7706

File: 7ead038ce7b5401⋯.jpeg (324.25 KB, 700x988, 175:247, Kougyoku1.jpeg)

Going to go full girl mode into a paki shop lads. Then for a walk

>>7705

I feel like the general userbase has changed drastically. It may get better after Christmas though

Good luck with your run! I find them very rewarding


 No.7707

>>7704

Don't beat yourself up about having a drink or two in that time if you do give in a bit though, you're only human

>>7705

Threads not been very comfy tbh so you're seriously not missing much. Glad for you and jealous about the snow, though. Here it snow-rained and didn't settle, I feel cheated.


 No.7708

File: 04aedff302b4b12⋯.jpg (84.31 KB, 1176x662, 588:331, Crona24.jpg)

Mummy's doing roast gammon for dinner. I'm excited, gammon is my favourite meat. My family keeps pestering me because I'm staying up in my room so much. I just want to be left alone :(

>>7706

Good luck! I have fantasies of going outside in full girl-mode but I'm too scared to. You're pretty brave. Though I suppose your confidence depends on how well you think you pass. Since you regularly get mistaken for a girl it makes sense why you're confident enough to do it.


 No.7709

File: a685bebaff07778⋯.png (82.15 KB, 790x501, 790:501, her smile and optimism.png)

Homeless-chan is the death knell of /britfeel/


 No.7710

>>7709

I fucking hate whatever it is. She is like a x2 as annoying Tilde.


 No.7711

File: 95f50ed5988b6f1⋯.png (41.61 KB, 655x509, 655:509, ap10.png)

>>7709

>>7710

It's extremely annoying seeing threads derailed over them

Just want the comfies


 No.7712

>>7701

Mine was quite good, got given a 2,400 calories profiterole pyramind that expired that day, had 12 of them (about 900 calories) but that made me quite ill the next day. Did you get much gift wise?


 No.7713

File: edd6acaed661f87⋯.jpg (59.05 KB, 653x490, 653:490, FeelSea.jpg)

Christmas Holidays will be over soon, that'll be the test to see how bad it really is.

I'd say this has been halfchan's worst week since 2014


 No.7714

>>7713

>I'd say this has been halfchan's worst week since 2014

I agree. I need to cut down my time on there.


 No.7715

>>7706

Thank you, been more times this week than I have the entire year so hopefully I keep this up. Did your book arrive? I finished Notes From Underground after like 3 weeks and started Atomised by Michel Houellebecq, he seems to be /ourguy/

>The first time he felt a cold shudder, a treacherous feeling, as though his body were turning to ice; some hours after reading 'The Trial' he still felt numb and unsteady. He knew at once that this slow-motion world, riddled with shame, where people passed each other in an unearthly void in which no human contact seemed possible, precisely mirrored his mental world. The universe was cold and sluggish. There was, however, one source of warmth - between a woman's thighs; but there seemed no way for him to reach it.

>>7707

I don't think Bristol got much either, you'll have to move further north. When are you back for uni?


 No.7716

File: 2abb6adbf97acdc⋯.jpg (1.5 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 20171229_160258.jpg)

Hope you lads don't mind if I take a dump here


 No.7717

File: 51ddb573418e164⋯.jpg (1.8 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 20171229_161322.jpg)

A picture dump that is


 No.7718

File: db0997ba60a5f3c⋯.jpg (826.15 KB, 2823x1831, 2823:1831, Untitled.jpg)

These cheeky fuckers were eyeing me up


 No.7719

File: 85ac21bf1123108⋯.jpg (1.45 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 20171229_161704.jpg)


 No.7720

File: c49306f2213c806⋯.jpg (85.59 KB, 405x600, 27:40, 1a62a3b8d2351b4a29e0d4e8ed….jpg)

>>7715

Still hasn't arrived

I want to read books faster. I spend months on one. Would be great to get through lots. Might buy a kindle but I love owning physical copies. Feels more satisfying

I looked up atomised and it only had 3.5 stars on amazon which surprised me. That extract seems well written. What's your take on it so far?


 No.7721

File: a38755b5e687344⋯.jpg (77.99 KB, 744x1053, 248:351, f10.jpg)

>>7715

> but there seemed no way for him to reach it.

ouch

I'm back in Early Jan around the same time Student Finance comes in which will be a nice bolster to the bank account Until the rent gobbles it all up

>>7717

>>7719

>>7718

Positively seething

>>7720

Literally nothing can best the comfy feeling of reading from a proper, physical book. Reading a book from the screen just isn't the same at all.


 No.7722

>>7720

I'm with you, I used to read a book every week when I was a teenager and now it takes me months as well. I think it's just practice though and spending less time on the internet, I've managed about 60 pages in 2 days so far. I'm surprised it's that low, Houellebecq was mentioned on /lit/ quite a bit and he seems to write a lot about outsiders from a socially conservative viewpoint, I guess normies don't really get it. He has a very lucid, simple way of writing but I haven't gotten much out of it as far as themes go yet. It's got a dark sense of humour and lots of crude/sexual stuff like bullies at boarding school pissing into the mouths of their victims and making them suck them off.

The writer also got into trouble over the muzzies:

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/sep/06/michel-houellebecq-submission-am-i-islamophobic-probably-yes

>>7721

Guessing you have exams now right?


 No.7723

>amazon prime next day delivery on the 14th

>still hadn't arrived by the 24th

That WD40 cunt better be there when I'm back


 No.7724

>>7722

Not for a few months now I think, just some coursework pretty much which will be a little laborious but P. Ez


 No.7725

>>7724

Ah fair I guess unis have different schedules. We used to have exams every winter and spring and then coursework spread out

So glad I don't have that to worry about anymore desu. And you have another 2+ years of it haha


 No.7726

File: 58ebf3dfe8b2543⋯.jpg (38.9 KB, 799x752, 17:16, m6.jpg)

>>7725

I mean, I had my final exams just before we left for break but that's it. Honestly I didn't find out even what referencing system we used until late October whereas people at other unis got told straight away apparently.

Good thing I enjoy my subject though how did you find yours? Law I think it was right? To me it sounds interesting but I couldn't pursue it as a subject or a field at all


 No.7727

File: 4fcd097d50ae5a7⋯.jpg (69.97 KB, 800x900, 8:9, 1460575988877.jpg)

Developing a slight drinking problem lads


 No.7728

File: 298599a9a632934⋯.jpg (21.62 KB, 600x553, 600:553, WojakHug.jpg)

>>7727

Sorry I can't offer much advice

I guess keeping away from alcohol as much as possible. Like having none in the house at all would help. Helps me with binge eating though it's easier said than done

Best of luck lad


 No.7729

>>7728

There's so much in the house because of xmas. Worked my way through the cider, whiskey, red wine and now the vodka. Hasnt been this bad in years. Thanks for the hug though lass. How's halfchan been?


 No.7730

>>7729

Look after yourself lad. I guess you could pour it away as wasteful as it seems.

Halfchan has improved a bit I'd say


 No.7731

My isp blocked 4chan and 8chan and every other proxy, tor, vpn's, urban dictionary

is it the government?


 No.7732

>>7727

Good to see you back again lad. What are you considering problem level? The longer you kick it, the less you'll need to get tipsy when you do restart


 No.7733

>>7732

Hope you're all having a good night, my pringle binge went a bit too far and I feel a bit queesy, I'm not gonna be well tomorrow.


 No.7734

Wasn't meant to reply to myself, just the habit of doing replys on halfchan as thats the only way of getting legacy captcha


 No.7735

Happy New Year lads


 No.7736

File: 6d3f626c20157c1⋯.jpg (69.14 KB, 900x869, 900:869, Crona15.jpg)

Happy new year lads! Hope it's a great one for us all!


 No.7737

>>7736

Be honest, how many minutes away from your crypto chart did you take to look at the clock for midnight?

Was it 11:59-00:01?

Let's hope 2018 is the year of mad gains


 No.7738

File: 7ec1e6623029712⋯.gif (746.55 KB, 500x250, 2:1, KougyokuBed2.gif)

Happy new year!


 No.7739

>>7737

Haha you're right, I looked pretty soon after. I'm hoping for mad gains too. Hope you have a greay year shippy.

>>7738

Happy new year Tilde!


 No.7740

Happy new year to my lads and lasses, have a good one !


 No.7741

File: b2053807ebaf2a8⋯.jpg (60.77 KB, 482x427, 482:427, 1507938537272.jpg)

>first time ever drinking properly with mates

>2 shots fucked me

>beer pong with shots + shot challenges

>fucked me up even harder

>feel like death

>no more weed because I sold it for a lot more than it was worth

Happy New Year nonetheless


 No.7742

>>7741

If it's your first time that's fine but people who drink regularly and still can't handle their alcohol are an embarrassment. I went out last night with the family and there were just people stumbling all over the place and onto me, this fat cunt fell onto me and I softly pushed him back, he turns back and slurs 'you got a problem mate?' I don't remember what I replied with but it wasn't particularly impressive, he walked off anyway.


 No.7743


 No.7744

File: 78a1a3bc21accc0⋯.jpg (66.51 KB, 640x757, 640:757, Kougyoku4.jpg)

>>7743

Nice song

I like stuff like that. Quite comfy.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TGYG5i8Kqts


 No.7745

>>7744

I don't think I've heard anything like that album, it really stands out. Came out in 1984 too

Haven't heard much of The Album Leaf, just this collaboration he did:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nSuTSyymvU


 No.7746

I highly recommend taking a break from the internet lads, I've already finished that book I started a few days ago, almost 400 pages. That would have taken me months otherwise


 No.7748

File: 021eacf0ff74c49⋯.png (625.07 KB, 1366x1156, 683:578, w35-1.png)

>>7744

Looking forward to seeing the things you cook by the way Tilde, don't be swayed if things don't go quite right at first even if its horrid you usually learn lots and end up prepping really lovely meals after a few trys.

>>7746

I'm personally thinking of dedicating myself in other areas so hopefully it'll cut back my usage a bit. What books are you eyeing up now? I think I much prefer proper series' as they're usually the ones I enjoy and remember most.


 No.7749

Is Ebin all good? I noticed his blog is kill.


 No.7750

File: 3c9996bb2437eb3⋯.jpg (186.56 KB, 622x416, 311:208, ice_road_truckers.jpg)

I was watching Ice Road Truckers earlier and imagined Ebin being on the show

>>7749

He said he was taking a break in his last blogpost


 No.7751

>>7748

It's a lot easier when you don't have unlimited wi-fi and have to rely on data, I don't know if I'll keep it up when I go back.

I finished Notes From Underground last week and Atomised the other day, both very funny and interesting. Think I'm going to read Joyce's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man next but it might be too difficult and boring. Do you mean like sci-fi/fantasy series?


 No.7752

File: 1295d13a93ae5bb⋯.jpg (10.52 KB, 159x151, 159:151, pepesweating.jpg)

>See someone I know IRL talking about /britfeel/

>They could put the dots together and work out I post there


 No.7753

>>7751

Fair play, data sucks I remember the few weeks I was put up in the hotel and it pretty much just dried up all five 5GB.

>It tells the story of two half-brothers, Michel and Bruno, and their mental struggles against their situations in modern society.

/ourbook/?

I usually read adventure, fantasy and such type series' I think which I suppose growing up explains why I have a thirst for that sort of thing in vidya and elsewhere. Sci-Fi has been limited mainly because I just didn't find the ones I was shown too thrilling.


 No.7754

>>7752

>they keep going on about this Banbury Fatman

>wouldn't it be a laugh if it was -shippy-

Good luck


 No.7755

File: 9d8f473940f2449⋯.jpg (37.74 KB, 310x326, 155:163, smuggest.jpg)

>>7754

I'm Banbury Slim man after this fast


 No.7756

Happy new year lads. This is the first proper day of the year really, first day back to work and all that. Overall I'm feeling good though.

>>7752

>See someone I know IRL talking about /britfeel/

This terrifies me.


 No.7757

>>7753

Michel is a perma virgin who doesn't even care about sex and Bruno is a sex-obsessed pervert but doesn't get laid much either. It criticises sexual liberation, feminists, New Age hippies, society as a whole really. It's a mix of /pol/ and /r9k/ themes but obviously a bit more sophisticated. There's actually a funny bit where one of the characters says the reason society worships negroes is because we're jealous of how animalistic they are with their big cocks and small lizard brains. Definitely /ourbook/

Have you heard of Isaac Asimov? I never got into sci-fi but I've heard good things about him, give this short story a read if you want

http://multivax.com/last_question.html


 No.7758

>>7755

Good luck lad

>>7757

>Published in '98

Truly a book ahead of its time, I wonder if somebody from the future travelled back to create literature from 4chan shitposting

I haven't but I'll take a peak


 No.7759

File: ee9afee67afd4bf⋯.jpg (121.2 KB, 500x500, 1:1, ap53.jpg)

>>7756

I'd say the same but I skipped uni

whoopsies


 No.7760

Considering weening myself off halfchan. Maybe cap myself at 30 minutes per 2 hour period.

Ebin saw the writing on the wall


 No.7761

File: 4dce1f2b008d707⋯.jpg (81.99 KB, 600x482, 300:241, KougyokuRen21.jpg)

This wind and rain is crazy desu. Barely got in before it started pissing it down. I bought some stuff from Morrisons to try cooking tomorrow. Feels good really. Exercising, reading and cooking. Making strides in NY self improvement I think

>>7760

I've started gauging the state of the thread and deciding whether it's worth posting at the time or not. If it's bad I just do something else desu


 No.7762

>>7761

Good to hear you're off to a good start. I can hear the rain&wind now, might still take a little walk in it.

I used to post in the Dutch thread on /int/ a lot during 2015, then it went the same way britfeel has, just checked it now though and it's not too bad, might spend more time there.

This 36 hour fast was the best thing I've done in ages, I feel much better, much less bloating, tons more energy.


 No.7763

Jesus christ this wind is strong tonight


 No.7764

>>7762

Can you speak Dutch or something?


 No.7765

>>7764

Yeah (written, not really spoken), although my Chinese is almost caught up with my Dutch now

I see Karenposter is lurking in the nederdraad too, wonder how he came to speak dutch.


 No.7766

>>7763

Yea it really is, Storm Eleanor is coming apparently


 No.7767

File: 4707e1aaeeee6cd⋯.png (43.9 KB, 606x167, 606:167, Screen Shot 2018-01-03 at ….png)

Bad news lads, Shippy got arrested this morning.


 No.7768

File: 3c6d635516c1bca⋯.png (430.92 KB, 471x470, 471:470, 1513426915848.png)

>dreamt that someone took a video of me fucking a trap in a bed and posted it on /britfeel/ last night

Spooky


 No.7769

File: f7a742614226683⋯.jpg (68.72 KB, 450x600, 3:4, KougyokuRen13.jpg)

Been to the shops this morning and bought some more cooking ingredients lads

Really enjoying it so far and I think I'm saving money. Going to pick up some new clothes in the January sales later too


 No.7770

>>7767

Pretending to be a tranny to get off easy, just like Chelsea Manning


 No.7771

File: f064d2ffe6f18bb⋯.jpg (1.14 MB, 918x739, 918:739, Smile.jpg)


 No.7772

>>7771

It's always the same with Amerifeel threads. It's all just

>What up dudes Minnesota here

>Yo, Ohio here!

>Where my Chicago bros at?

..for about 150 posts.

There's a lot of regional identity in America and they always want to talk about it. Can you imagine people in Britfeel saying shit like "Hey Yorkshire here!" "Norfolk here!". No one gives a shit.


 No.7773

File: 88d4da1f7d22eb3⋯.png (724.83 KB, 745x750, 149:150, fit 5.png)

>tfw no bodybuilder gf


 No.7774

File: 10dc5a41e0b7ad2⋯.jpg (26.98 KB, 300x467, 300:467, md22447746091.jpg)

Just finished watching that Hypalinx vid and I found it disgusting. There's something seriously wrong with gamblers like that, losing £6,000 pounds in a single month, 18k in a year and continuing to do it because you might make one big win every 10 games. How can he look at that spreadsheet and not stop and re-evaluate his life? Easier said than done looking at it from the outside I guess but still. Dumbest thing about it is that he mostly plays roulette and slots where there's 0 skill involved, literally no one is going to win long-term. He should at least play texas hold em or something where if you get good enough you can at the very least stay even.

I was actually thinking about starting online poker myself but now I'm skeptical about getting drawn into it


 No.7775

>>7774

Yeah his situation is bad, but spending £100 in a casino really isn't that bad when many people would spend that in a nightclub.

He's not in debt and never goes without though, so it's affordable, just wasteful.


 No.7776

>>7775

Has he ever said what he does for a living? I don't understand how you can bleed that much money and not be in financial difficulty


 No.7777

>>7774

I saw that myself. Very sobering. To be fair though, at least he keeps track of it. Probably only a tiny fraction of big gamblers do that.

>I was actually thinking about starting online poker myself but now I'm skeptical about getting drawn into it

Do you have an aptitude for games? Have you spent years playing something like chess, backgammon or magic the gathering and gotten really good at it? If not, then I'd advise you not to do it.

Things have changed a lot in poker. 10 years ago you'd get daft Americans at the lower stakes donating their salary to anyone who had read a couple of books and knew some basic strategy.

These days Americans can't play, you'll be competing with people who have been playing skill based games for most of their life - even if they don't know much about poker specifically yet. A ton of families in Germany, Scandinavia and Russia sit and play games together for hours every week, and it's kids from those families that you'll be competing against.

In the UK most families only play games like that together for a few hours at Christmas, if at all, so it's not really a culturally fair playing field.

I used to do pretty well in poker in 2006-2011. Especially in 2007 - I made about 400-500 a month profit that year playing about 10 hours a week, which was brilliant as I was a student at the time.

But I wasn't actually any good. The games were just really soft. I stopped playing in 2012 because I just couldn't turn a profit anymore, even at the lowest stakes.

>>7775

That's exactly it mate. You just have to look at it as entertainment money rather than an investment.

If I added up all of the money I've spent on nights out drinking since I was 16, I reckon it would come to about £120k. I wonder what I'd have spent all of that on if I was totally clean living and didn't have a social life. Probably gambling, whores or something else. Everyone has some kind of vice.


 No.7778

>>7777

>Have you spent years playing something like chess, backgammon or magic the gathering and gotten really good at it?

Nope. I played for a couple years at the uni poker society breaking even but I knew that I wasn't good, odds, calculating outs and all of that +ev stuff was way over my head. I've never read a strategy book either, I just know the basics like playing on position, betting based on how loose/tight the other players have been and then my gut feeling.

I've heard online poker is completely different to live so I'd basically be starting over. My idea wasn't to start playing to make some money but to learn the game and have fun, playing 0.01/0.02 stakes and maybe reading some strategy. I've heard the same thing about the userbase changing and improving, especially on pokerstars where I was planning on playing. I'll probably get crushed in the beginning

But I almost never go out so like you said, instead of spending money on drink and drugs I could just put a bit in poker.


 No.7779

File: 57f3e155286c282⋯.png (79.86 KB, 592x758, 296:379, kevs.png)

>>7777

Lucky 7s for the gambler


 No.7780

>>7778

If you're happy to lose money then fair enough. 0.01/0.02 stakes are fun.

Read "Super System" by Doyle Brunson and "Harrington on Cash Games" by Dan Harrington as a starting point. Also watch videos by Deuces Cracked - you'll be able to torrent them.


 No.7781

>>7778

I used to play a bit and quite enjoyed it, preferred tourney formats myself though. As >>7780 said reading a bit of theory can get you a fair way. I started reading Harrington on Hold 'em before I became unmotivated as I do with everything and gave up but that bit felt like it was helping already.


 No.7782

>>7781

Tournament strategy is definitely a lot easier, but the variance is higher, so you need to be a lot more careful with bankroll management.


 No.7783

>>7781

>>7780

Thanks, I already had Harrington on hold' em but I could never be bothered to read it. I'll check out the other one too, Doyle Brunson is the old cowboy looking guy right?

I remember staying up late watching those poker tourneys on tv, loved it when Tony G was on. Utter prick

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


 No.7784

Does Db post here?


 No.7785

>>7783

Yeah that's Doyle. The guy must be ancient now.

Tony G is a total cunt but that's part of how he plays. Heard that he's a decent guy away from the table and does a lot of charity work etc.

>>7784

He's too busy leaving his Tesco clubcard lying around trying to show off.


 No.7786

File: 8ffe24bf512e766⋯.png (673.89 KB, 1080x722, 540:361, w59.png)

It'll be my birthday soon, what should I do on that day lads? Or what should I cook?


 No.7787

>>7786

Treat yourself, get a nice big takeaway and a prozzie


 No.7788

>>7787

Or a takeaway and a nice big prozzie


 No.7789

>>7787

>>7788

The thought is endearing but I don't think I could go for item #2

I suppose I could get a takeaway, I'd think of a meal somewhere but a meal for one would just made me feel like a sadlad


 No.7790

>>7789

Eh I wouldn't worry about feeling the need to do somethiing and go out, just treat it like a day off, stay home and get comfy either with a takeaway or your own meal.

Are you back to uni now?


 No.7791

>>7790

Provided I don't have something important due that day I might do just that, actually.

Sadly yes, it's been pretty laid back as always which is both boring and good because I can focus on myself a bit more for a while longer

What have you been getting up to other than reading and exercising lad?


 No.7792

>>7791

So term has properly started? We used to have exams starting around now and then lectures/seminars would start at the end of the month.

I got back to Bristol day before yesterday, like I predicted my productivity has dropped, I've read a grand total of 5 pages since. Going to the gym again at least, trying to sort some stuff out with my room because I still don't have a desk or a chair. And job hunting I guess


 No.7793

File: 9be93b57beb1f86⋯.jpg (35.78 KB, 511x428, 511:428, w6.jpg)

Indeed, no exams for me until the final months it would seem because I've already gotten all the winter ones done and dusted. Just lots of coursework essentially which should be pretty easy.

Reading slow is better than not reading at all, and its probably a better option for the long term if you take it paced instead of burning yourself out, I can have trouble with that balance and its crippling to productivity.

Desk + Chair is pretty essential in my opinion tbh


 No.7794

>>7793

That sounds alright then, I'd take coursework over exams any day.

I think you might be right about burning out, I finished 3 books (one was really small though), that's more in a 2 weeks than I'd done in months.


 No.7795

File: 9b4cea13f234620⋯.png (17.61 KB, 650x650, 1:1, 27.png)

>uni building on fire in Bristol is called Fry Building


 No.7796

File: 2fea818a0eaec43⋯.gif (1.42 MB, 1111x597, 1111:597, anm74.gif)

>>7794

Likewise, allows me to have more certainty if nothing else, goodluck with keeping up reading though and applying to jobs as tiring it may be. I've been thinking of getting some WH40k books in and applying to PC World, it's usually empty, I have customer experience and experience with tech overall. Potential for comfy is in overdrive

>>7795

>mfw


 No.7797

>>7796

Yea you mentioned that before, sounds like a decent gig. Fair warning, it could be extremely boring if the shop is quiet


 No.7798

Uh-oh, my measuring tape just arrived (for measuring my room) so I decided to measure myself. I got 168 cm…I must have not measured right


 No.7799

>>7797

Sent off the application, hopefully I get it. However I much prefer boredom and getting alright pay than being extremely stressed out in a normal busy retail place for minum wage so this is an upgrade for me tbh

Any shill tips?


 No.7800

>>7798

You're shrinking lad, as you read your brain is harvesting your body for energy to fuel its /intellectual/ journey


 No.7801

>>7799

Good luck lad. What's the job role exactly, customer service/sales assistant? It depends on how many hours/days you're in for, I think it was worse for me because it was such a specific job for 8 hours a day and half the time there was literally nothing to do, I would go up to the other staff and help them with whatever they were doing even though I wasn't supposed to do.

Most of the customers are middle aged/elderly and they don't really know what they're doing, as long as you're friendly they'll buy anything you tell them.


 No.7802

File: ee9afee67afd4bf⋯.jpg (121.2 KB, 500x500, 1:1, ap53.jpg)

>>7801

Sales Adviser/Consultant and it's likely going to be about 20 hours I believe, which works for me. >tfw you tell the old girl Maureen to purchase the item that gets you most commission because she doesn't know any better


 No.7803

Is Shipanon around? I've been watching Harry and Paul since you posted that van driver video and it's hilarious, their satire/impersonation is spot on

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJa7VzfWJQg


 No.7804

>>7802

That's decent, how much p/h? I always forget that London wages are different

There was this middle aged Indian woman one time who was clueless, obviously spending her husband's money. I barely said anything and she changed from one of the cheap dinner options to the most expensive travel option (189.99).


 No.7805

>>7804

7/h which is p. low compared to other jobs around here, but it's probably going to be really laid back so I don't mind. Still pays more than my previous job anyway.

What's it like around Bristol?


 No.7806

What would you do in a situation like this lads

https://youtu.be/zhplhhnvPQs


 No.7807

File: 98db5685e980a3d⋯.jpg (30.35 KB, 500x502, 250:251, KougyokuAnxious.jpg)

Tempted to take money from my savings account to buy Fin Fantasy XIV desu. My backlog is already big but I love spending money


 No.7808

>>7807

Final Fantasy XIV, even

Phone posting has its negatives haha


 No.7809

>>7807

I'm the same with the PS4 and a few games on that console, it just looks comfy.


 No.7810

>>7806

Used to daydream about stopping a school shooter and earning the admiration and acceptance of my peers

In sixth form, after the Isla Vista shootings, one of the deanos said I reminded him of Elliot Rodger lel


 No.7811

Question

How come you guys didn't just make a group chat instead of another chan? Surely a group chat would've been better since you all know each other already right.


 No.7812

>>7810

I think that's very common, if its any consolation I was outright told I look like a psychopath. Great.

>>7811

I think this just allows people to hop in and out no strings attached. A group chat would be a bit weird.


 No.7813

>>7811

Imageboard culture is nicer I think

And this place is only really for when the half chan thread is bad, though it's become a comfy little add on I think


 No.7814

>>7805

Hmm I thought that was practically illegal in London considering how high the rent and living cost is. The jobs I've been looking at are about the same, 7.50-8 actually because I'm over 21.

Need to start applying to law related jobs too


 No.7815

>>7814

Not really sure how that all works but it's not in Central, I don't think Inner London is affected by that and certainly not Greater London

Reckon they'll pay me extra if I say I feel 21?

Good luck with that though lad, but from what it sounds like it's pretty hard. Are you considering looking outside of Bristol too?


 No.7816

>>7815

Guess I was completely wrong then.

They'd be bloody racist if they said no lad

I only have myself to blame really so I'm not upset or anything, if I had actually worked and got a 2:1 and done a placement year or internship I'm sure I'd have no difficulty finding a job. Just Bristol for now, couldn't be bothered with a big commute and there are a lot of options. Just no one who wants me


 No.7817

File: 145f2b37f4f2c9e⋯.gif (511.03 KB, 840x488, 105:61, pepe 260.gif)


 No.7818

File: c7d95820b6db367⋯.png (536.09 KB, 1282x752, 641:376, sc0.png)

>Doki Doki Literature Club

who else here /lit/?

>>7816

Not quite but considering even I'm a bit shaky on that whole thing and I've lived here for a good few years now I wouldn't worry yourself about it.

Either way good luck lad, are there any routes you can take in terms of government positions that aren't good but good enough to get experience?


 No.7819

>>7803

I love the builders ones too

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1UHwZS3FE8

>>7806

I might start watching 19-2 if all episodes are as good as that. Probably shout 'pepe' to identify myself as a 4channer and hopefully escape.


 No.7820

>>7819

I've not seen the other episodes but the full ep on that one was breddy good, it shows the consequences that the event had I believe


 No.7821

>>7818

Truly the height of video gaming never even played it

Good idea, might go for a miserable civil service job and then end up like Dostoevsky's underground man


 No.7822

>>7821

Its actually really comfy, I might actually play VNs after this.

Could do you good lad, and I hear its pretty hard to get yourself sacked so you could take liberties like a right chad. Although if you want it for a reference and experience its best to probably not do that


 No.7823

>>7822

Might go for a DWP job like Len and help out some NEETs


 No.7824


 No.7825

>>7823

Good luck lad, I'll be calling upon you should I need a favour

>>7824

2nd has more space to move underneath so that one. Can't be doing with claustrophobic limitations


 No.7826

File: 8d3613e13c01f53⋯.jpg (15.49 KB, 221x334, 221:334, dennisthemenance.jpg)

>>7823

>Might go for a DWP job like Len and help out some NEETs


 No.7827

>>7826

I see you read through the lines perfectly, by 'help' I actually meant 'put them out of their misery'


 No.7828

File: 47b739b2bc578e7⋯.jpg (28.92 KB, 665x574, 95:82, lw5.jpg)


 No.7829

>>7827

What did he even do for the DWP? Was he an actual advisor on the desk with claimants?


 No.7830

>>7828

Dennis Nilsen worked at a Job Centre and a killed a few NEETs


 No.7831

>>7830

Was he the one who signed up to the armed forces and started developing his accustomed… tastes?


 No.7832

>>7829

My Nilsen lore knowledge is non-existent but wiki says 'his primary role was to find employment for unskilled labourers'


 No.7833

>>7823

DWP is suicide tier

I worked there for a few weeks in 2016 and it was the closest I came to killing myself. Got sacked after having a breakdown during the third week


 No.7834

>>7833

>sacked from a civil service job

Impressive. That was a work training scheme wasn't it? I vaguely remember you talking about it back then in the thread


 No.7835

>>7832

I meant Len, what was his role in the DWP


 No.7836

>>7833

Did they at least give half decent pay? Sounds pretty rough


 No.7837

>>7835

Oh. I don't think he talked about it much, Ebin should know.


 No.7838

File: 7f8ddcb8dfce5d0⋯.gif (425.86 KB, 500x419, 500:419, KougyokuKillHerself.gif)

>>7834

Apprenticeship scheme that lead into a fulltime job. It was a call centre. Thinking about it makes me feel unwell actually. Fucking dire

>>7836

about 1.5k for two and a half weeks. Which I spent on bulimia food haha.


 No.7839

>>7838

115 a day then provided it was a full working week, or £14.40/h

I'd say I'd like an opportunity to have a job paying that for two weeks but by the sounds of it I would probably off myself.


 No.7840

>>7838

Rough but that's some good money. I thought civil service money was shit

I have no idea why but talking to strangers on the phone is a lot worse for me than talking face to face. I think it's because I rely on visual cues a lot, when it's just words I spaghetti everywhere


 No.7841

File: 316a760a8c35c01⋯.png (177.47 KB, 1856x240, 116:15, proz.png)

>tfw no designer vaginer gf


 No.7842

>>7841

>went to a religious all girls school

Oh thank god, for a second there I though she might be left handed.


 No.7843

File: 8ce821a29757d7b⋯.jpg (59.04 KB, 653x490, 653:490, FeelSea.jpg)

>Tfw no gf


 No.7844

>>7843

Fuck off normie, you've had at least 2 (TWO) gfs in the past


 No.7845

>>7842

Not left-handed but unfortunately she does do bareback and owo, also Romanian. Lots of red flags but the reviews seem good, really tempted to throw 100 quid on this

https://www.adultwork.com/ViewProfile.asp?UserID=4208323


 No.7846

>>7844

True, but the first one was 2007-2008, and the last was 2015.


 No.7847

>>7845

Romanian should be a deal-breaking red flag, any Eastern European you should treat with extreme caution, but Romanian should be avoided at all costs


 No.7848

>>7845

Feels weird knowing that getting lewd is just £100 away.

Looks p. good though lad, my inexperienced self would say go for it but as shippy and others say Romanian or slavic is apparently dodgy


 No.7849

>>7846

Weird to think I was only 11 when you had your first gf.

>>7847

>>7848

Yea I've heard that too but never the reason why. Is it sketchy with the pimps or whatever? Because as far as her services go it sounds 10/10, this one basically does everything, even dresses up as a schoolgirl or a nurse


 No.7850

>>7849

The profile you link accepts unprotected sex, the only red flag bigger than being Romanian, avoid at all costs


 No.7851

File: 8458fefef6da3dd⋯.png (40.81 KB, 900x900, 1:1, pepe 162.png)

>>7850

Can you still get STDs if you use a condom?


 No.7852

>if you are African please do not contact me

>I DON'T SEE BLACKS SORRY

Based prozzies


 No.7853

>>7851

That's not the point, accepting unprotected is a sure sign of traffiking, especially at 50 quid.

There is nothing that can go right about this meet, there are tons of other genuine quality escorts on there for 100 or less.


 No.7854

File: 2bd2f27d5dc2926⋯.jpg (58.97 KB, 612x408, 3:2, xinose.jpg)

>Greet Maoris


 No.7855

*Foxxlad breathes a sigh of relief*

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42594068


 No.7856

File: 582b205afd6cfde⋯.png (54.99 KB, 569x510, 569:510, w40.png)

>>7855

Whoever did her makeup is either taking the piss or needs to be sacked


 No.7857

>>7845

>Fisting Giving - £50

>Anal Without - £20

Does that mean she'll charge an extra £50 to put her fist up your arse but only an extra £20 to put your cock up her arse?

Seems weird. If it was me I'd charge a LOT more for the latter.


 No.7858

>>7857

She only has 12 reviews, and 7-8 of them are by new empty profiles, the most recent 2 reviews are negative too.

She does have a very small amount of genuine positive reviews, but the red flags outweigh the green flags 100:1 on this profile.


 No.7859

>>7858

Damn I was planning to go and get a big old Romanian fist up my arse.


 No.7860

>>7859

Mayuri still seems to be considering it though, never punted myself, but I've watched enough 'Secret Diary of a Call Girl' to know what to look for


 No.7861

>>7858

>>7857

I had another browse and other girls far less attractive with worse bodies are charging 120-150 for the hour as opposed to 100. Definitely sketchy, and good call with the reviews

No Romanian designer vaginer for me


 No.7862

File: 1bf24d0f60b515f⋯.gif (1.17 MB, 738x761, 738:761, anm78.gif)

>>7861

You should try to find a super qt azn one


 No.7863

File: 5ed95c27508efa3⋯.jpg (486.02 KB, 1962x1274, 981:637, azn 26.jpg)

>>7862

Unfortunately it's mostly south east asians who aren't really my thing. Imagine having someone like this


 No.7864

File: b91c5ebc0d3cb77⋯.jpg (41.81 KB, 466x466, 1:1, anm83.jpg)

>>7863

Imagine being with that woman, to come home to that each day. I'd give an arm for that.


 No.7865

>>7864

Would be a bit annoying having to sit in the pub while she's seeing her clients though.


 No.7866

>>7865

Like that stay at home black guy in the Theroux doc about pornstars

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTLcby4M7ck#t=15m


 No.7867

>>7866

I remember that look on his face


 No.7868

>>7867

>that's what allows you to stay home and play video games all day

He'd be living the life if his gf didn't get railed by big black cocks all day


 No.7869

>>7868

Bennies allow you to stay at home and play videos games all day too, without the porn industry gf attached


 No.7870

>>7867

>>7866

That documentary is brilliant.

It's funny how that in porn, the guy who is doing the cucking is the black dude who looks like that guy. But in real life, he's in a complete cuck position.

>>7869

Ultimately you can either work for a living or you get humiliated. The minor humiliation of signing on for bennies gets you a small amount of money, but if you want a large amount of money then you need the ultimate humiliation of watching your girlfriend take massive loads all over her face.


 No.7871

>>7869

Is it even possible to survive on bennies without living with mummy and daddy? I'm not sure how council flats work but I can't imagine it's easy to get one


 No.7872

File: 13abdc52be04607⋯.gif (59.67 KB, 354x286, 177:143, pepe 29.gif)


 No.7873

>>7871

I survived on £250/month JSA before whilst living alone, and it's entirely possible.

£75 a month food, £100/month bills, £75/month petrol and other expenses basically


 No.7874

>>7873

Most people don't have a free house given to them by their parents though, you're very lucky with that.

250 a month without rent sounds doable, I spend 120 a month on food at the moment which could be reduced, say 100 bills, and then I have some left over


 No.7875

>>7874

But those who don't get housing benefit anyway so it's essentially the same disposable income.


 No.7876

>>7871

Depends where you live. In small towns in Scotland you can get a council flat pretty easily, as long as you don't care where you live. A few of the guys I went to school with are basically semi-permanent neets and they all have council flats.

You could also use housing benefit to pay a private landlord, although that is trickier, and in parts of the country it would be more-or-less impossible because the demand for housing means landlords can reject DSS tenants.


 No.7877

>>7876

There was someone on halfchan years ago who paid her mortgage with bennies it was so cheap (some 60k terrace in some shithole)


 No.7878

>>7876

Pretty surreal how different your life has turned out to those people you went to school with


 No.7879


 No.7880

>>7879

Have you doxxed him before or did he post that himself?


 No.7881

>>7878

I grew up in a really mixed area. Some people grew up in families where the parents had drug and alcohol related issues. Some people were very middle class. I wasn't quite middle class but my parents are educated and encouraged me. I was lucky.

>>7879

I have eaten in the restaurant across the street from there. That is actually a pretty posh suburb. I grew up in a nicer house than that, but in a worse area.

>>7880

It's just a guess but quite a good one. He's reasonably close to where I grew up.


 No.7882

>>7881

Glasgow has such brilliant Architecture in the city centre, but it's absolutely dire outside. I don't think anywhere else has such a contrast.

I'd say the same in terms of living in a mixed area, I don't know anyone who did exceptionally well for themselves though. Not a single person from my school year has done as well as you from what I know of them.

Our school year was expected to send between 4-6 people to Oxbridge and sent 0. It was quite chavvy, but not exceptionally so. Our school was the better of the two when we started, and ended up the worse of the two.


 No.7883

>>7881

Ages ago I posted this song and you said you grew up with this band's bassists's nephew or something

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTMyr9x6ZPU

>>7882

We didn't get any Oxbridge people in our year either, one of the smartest people I've ever known got rejected by Oxford and she had to settle for Durham


 No.7884

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@55.8895395,-4.2541702,554m/data=!3m1!1e3

These two train stations are incredibly close, and they are on the same line so it's not like they exist to change over


 No.7885

>>7884

That's unusual.

What's the nicest train station you've been to? I went to Birminham the other week and it was horrific, not only was it massive and confusing but there were a total of maybe 5 white people in the whole place


 No.7886

>>7885

Leamington is quite nice, although I've only ever been there once after falling asleep and missing the Banbury stop. Birmingham used to be a lot worse, at leas the actual building is nice now. I've say Manchester picadilly is a nice one.

Scarborough seemed like it hadn't changed since the 1800s

Guildford is pretty nice too, Reading is chaotic and constantly full of building works. Liverpool Lime Street is nice too. Marylebone is quite poor, it's open and freezing, you pay 50p for the toilets and they are always backed up. Banbury and Oxford are both dire


 No.7887

>>7882

>I don't think anywhere else has such a contrast.

New York springs to mind. Manhattan is amazing, the rest of it is basically a slum ghetto.

A girl from my year signed a record contract with a major label and she got quite popular for a bit. Her performing career fizzled out but she's still making a living as a songwriter for other bands.

Another guy has become Scotland's best men's hair stylist, he owns his own salon and probably does really well.

Two girls are doctors. Plus just looking at my LinkedIn now, there's a few people who work in insurance, banking, engineering etc.

No Oxbridge. I was the only one who applied.

>>7885

Grand Central in New York must be one of the nicest train stations in the world, which is funny because all the airports in New York are fucking horrible.

>>7883

That's right. He was in the year below me. He is an architect now, but I don't think that counts because his Dad was a really celebrated architect. That family was probably the richest out of everyone I went to school with, the only reason he went to school there and not to a posh school was because his mum was a math's teacher.


 No.7888

>>7886

Actually I'd say St Pancras is the nicest English station and Gare du nord is very nice too.


 No.7889

File: 51adddfc6189dee⋯.jpg (35.32 KB, 900x560, 45:28, amymcd.jpg)

>>7887

>A girl from my year signed a record contract with a major label and she got quite popular for a bit. Her performing career fizzled out but she's still making a living as a songwriter for other bands.

I remember you mentioning her before and thinking it was pic related.

I know one account, one Indian guy who works for Jaguar as an engineer but who otherwise lived a depressing life with his parents trying to arrange a marriage for him, and another guy who I'm 99.5% sure works for GCHQ.


 No.7890

>>7888

Both Kings Cross and St. Pancras used to be a complete hole but they spent a massive amount of money on it and now it's seriously nice.

They've also just finished doing up London Bridge too. Hopefully they do Victoria next.


 No.7891

>>7890

I've only ever been in London Bridge whilst they were doing the works so I only remember it as a mess (same day as the attack on the bridge).

Copenhagen H was quite nice, but was really quite dated, could certainly do with a new floor if anything.


 No.7892

>>7865

Wasn't under the assumption that she was an escort

fug


 No.7893

By the way lads, I am genuinely trying to quit 4Chan now. I have to be really honest with myself and admit that it is an addiction. You should have seen me when I was doing that Tesco stuff, I was cackling like a crackhead and wasting hours. And that's when it hit me. "This has to stop." Why is it that the completely unproductive stuff also has to be the most fun?

I thought I could cut down but I can't. I didn't go on much over christmas and new year and I thought "I can handle it". But as soon as I was in front of the computer and supposed to be working, I just wasted hours on there.

I have to just quit completely. It's exactly like fags or being an alcoholic. This place is like a nicotine patch.

On day 3 now. It's not tough or anything, not like quitting smoking, but I just need to keep reminding myself that I shouldn't be on there.

It's amazing that Moot created something that is so psychologically addictive but he didn't manage to make any money off it.


 No.7894

>>7893

I've tried limiting myself to just 30 minute patches 3 times a day but it never works like that in reality. Now I just try to make a list of stuff I want to achieve in the day, and when I've done that I can waste time in a more relaxed state of mind.

I was in a similar state cackling wilding during that raid on amerifeels.


 No.7895

>>7893

Here's the paradox, what if this post itself is just a BritNormie gimmick, the '4chann quitting arc'


 No.7896

>>7894

>Now I just try to make a list of stuff I want to achieve in the day, and when I've done that I can waste time in a more relaxed state of mind.

Here's the thing about that: if I've finished off everything I want to do for the day, then I'd rather not go on 4Chan. I'd rather go out for dinner or chill out with my gf or something. It's just basically advanced procrastination for me.

>>7895

That would be good. Like when I was planning to do the "BritNormie loses everything" arc. You'll be able to tell though. You're good at spotting my posts.


 No.7897

>>7896

I like how whenever someone writes a story that you can tell is probably made up everyone instantly assumes it's you


 No.7898

>>7897

Me too. Some people (like ShipAnon) are amazing at spotting me, but there are other people who are absolutely shit at it and never get it right.


 No.7899

>>7898

I can't always tell but it's usually the attention to detail that sets yours apart, no one else has the autism to put that much effort in


 No.7900

>>7899

You'd be surprised. There are other people there who post stuff that's very similar to my posts, although it's quite rare. I think people don't have the autism to do it day in day out like I have though.


 No.7901

>>7900

britfeel is such a wonderful outlet for the autistic side of otherwise mostly normal functional people


 No.7902

Meme magic has gotten me into guacamole


 No.7903

>>7902

Not surprised. It's good. Do you buy it or make your own?


 No.7904

>>7903

Bought it around Christmas due to the Jeb! meme and really liked it, tried to buy some today but they were all out


 No.7905

File: 69fc32639343a8d⋯.jpeg (35.75 KB, 354x286, 177:143, ap3.jpeg)


 No.7906

>>7905

lo-fi hip-hop is a meme


 No.7907


 No.7908

BOYCOTT H AND M


 No.7909

>>7908

And why should we do that?


 No.7910

>>7908

>Implying I've ever bought anything from there


 No.7911

>>7909

RACIST RACIST RACIST


 No.7912

>>7911

Kek just looked it up. All the people freaking out about it are just projecting


 No.7913

>>7912

Once I was presenting an ad campaign to FUBU, the hip-hop clothing company. As you can imagine, the room was full of black guys.

The brief was "we want to sell our clothes to white people."

I came up with this idea called "You ain't ma nigga" where a black guy would say to a white guy wearing FUBU"You ain't ma nigga, but you look damn fine" or something like that.

So I stood there in front of these guys and said "Ok, this idea is called "you ain't ma nigga" Absolute silence. Then this guy goes "you cannot say that. You cannot say that." Needless to say, we didn't get the job.


 No.7914

>>7913

That made me chuckle imagining that.

I'm surprised UK Gold manages to broadcast 70s/80s stuff in 2018. There must have been some complaints made against them, but I don't know how they get away with stuff the BBC Wouldn't.


 No.7915

Tell us about the time Andrew Prince commissioned you to promote his E4 Series


 No.7916

>>7913

>how Britnormie lost his job and had to go independent


 No.7917

Hypalinx streamed again this morning, put £500 but took £300 at least


 No.7918

>>7917

I hope he goes bankrupt


 No.7919

>>7918

That won't happen, he's more responsible now


 No.7920

File: 13abdc52be04607⋯.gif (59.67 KB, 354x286, 177:143, pepe 29.gif)


 No.7921

File: 021eacf0ff74c49⋯.png (625.07 KB, 1366x1156, 683:578, w35-1.png)

>Honey blended masterfully with the noodles and chicken

>mfw the entire meal

>Mini Strawb Trifle for dessert

Is this what heaven feels like lads?

>>7906

ur a meme

What did you lads have?


 No.7922

File: 1cda1922d123052⋯.jpg (121.94 KB, 900x900, 1:1, hypalinx.jpg)


 No.7923

>>7918

How come?


 No.7924

File: 32a9855b7e88d0e⋯.gif (1.85 MB, 500x488, 125:122, Mayuri 34.gif)

>>7923

I feel like that kind of excessive gambling should have some real life consequences to send a message. I don't know what he does for a living that allows him to lose so much money and be ok, maybe he just has really rich parents or something.

>>7921

Was that meal just noddles, chicken and honey? Weirdo

Today I've had:

>2 slices of toast w/ jam and tea

>chicken and mayo baguette from Spar

>peanut butter, banana and honey sandwich with tea

And now for a late dinner I'm about to make some pasta carbonara with this Asda sauce that's disgusting


 No.7925

File: 46a42bd10d437b0⋯.png (89.8 KB, 645x729, 215:243, wj 53.png)

>>7924

>noddles


 No.7926

>>7924

Still very mean to wish bankruptcy on someone, he seems like a top lad. How much did he lose do you know?

>maybe he just has really rich parents or something.

I thought he had a good paying job, not sure though I don't watch him much.


 No.7927

File: e917de60a7951e9⋯.png (153.34 KB, 837x734, 837:734, q3.png)

>>7922

Whats the appeal of watching somebody else gamble? At least on the slots that he's doing at the moment

>>7924

It was a stir fry so I put in some garlic and onion, let it do its thing for a moment and put in the honey, then the rest of the garlic/onion, then the chicken, start adding the pepper and a bit of mange tout, bit of soy sauce and honey again, leave it for a bit, add the noodles that were being prepped beforehand, add some more veg and it's all done.

Doesn't sound -too- bad, but good luck lad.

>>7925

good one


 No.7928

>>7926

18.5k in 2017, he has a full log video. He was losing like 5-6k some months, day after day of losses but he won 15k in a single bet, it would have been much worse without that. Was a bit harsh maybe but I think addicts need that kick up the arse

>>7927

>Whats the appeal of watching somebody else gamble?

Vicarious living, you get to sort of feel like you're gambling without losing money


 No.7929

File: 9984e86826c8aec⋯.jpg (28.32 KB, 640x640, 1:1, 121675011_0_640x640.jpg)

>>7927

>soy sauce

SOYBOYS OUT

Sounds like a banging meal with all those veggies you mentioned, but I prefer this chilli sauce in my stirfries


 No.7930

>>7927

>Whats the appeal of watching somebody else gamble? At least on the slots that he's doing at the moment

background.

>>7927

>Whats the appeal of watching somebody else gamble? At least on the slots that he's doing at the moment

I don't know that's how I feel about video games, his videos are simple and good to watch in the background.

>>7928

Agree, it's crazy how much some people lose, it's easier said than done though.


 No.7931

>>7928

Suppose that's P. reasonable

>>7929

REEEEEEEEEE

I only sprinkle a bit in, I can't really tell its in there but I also don't want to risk not adding it incase I screw something up, I'll try the chilli sauce next week though.

>>7930

This makes sense, it's a bit like a podcast in that case


 No.7932

>>7931

I think the soy stuff is just memes anyway.

I went a bit chilli mad a couple days ago, I made a stir fry with spicy rice noodles, chilli & garlic veggies and a lot of chilli sauce, it got me


 No.7933

Wow he's losing a lot of money, I get mad when I lose a fiver.


 No.7934

>>7933

He started at £100 and is at £78 so not too bad


 No.7935

>>7934

He's already lost 100 today, and when the stream started he had 200


 No.7936

>>7932

>I think the soy stuff is just memes anyway.

I hope so, I'll report back if I grow a rocking pair of man tits though.

Sounds a bit much though lad, I love spicy stuff but that just sounds saturated. Reminds me that I need to make some burritos like a promised myself but I need to slowly get the ingredients in first.


 No.7937

File: c03bca9a808c6a0⋯.png (262.15 KB, 1183x831, 1183:831, Untitled.png)

>>7933

>I get mad when I lose a fiver


 No.7938

>>7937

Imagine being such a soyboy you value your money lmao


 No.7939

>>7936

I'm usually quite boring when it comes to flavourings so I decided to shock my taste buds.

I'd recommend those Old El Paso fajita kits, they give you the wraps, BBQ powder and sauce, all you need is chicken, peppers and onion


 No.7940

File: 01dda6d99c004f1⋯.jpg (10.14 KB, 252x400, 63:100, the-march-of-the-ten-thous….jpg)

Just bought this, I think it will make an interesting read I don't know if you lads have read up on it already

>>7939

I think subtlety is imporant and provides the nicest shock-taste ratio

I'll think about it for next week though, I think I saw some in sainsburys today


 No.7941

>>7940

>tfw part Greek

>never read any of the Greeks

I should be ashamed


 No.7942

>>7941

What percentage


 No.7943

>>7942

0.5%


 No.7944

>>7943

>Mayuri

>White


 No.7945

>>7944

50% btw. I found the /pol/ 'greeks aren't white' thing pretty funny. We're just VERY tanned


 No.7946

>>7945

Greeks are definitely far enough removed not to be considered fully white. Caucasian definitely, but you could argue arabs are white. Assad himself could pass for white in some people'e eyes.


 No.7947

>>7946

I thought that caucasian was the same as white? We're tanned caucasians


 No.7948

I'm whiter than DM anon at least


 No.7949

>>7947

Arabs and Northern Indians are caucasian too. In appearance a lot of Greeks look Middle Eastern. Depends where you draw the 'white' line. They are obviously culturally European, but not 'tanned white' in the same way as someone from Southern France.


 No.7950

>>7949

>Arabs and Northern Indians are caucasian too

I had no idea, I need to read up on this stuff. Guessing that would explain the hindu-aryan stuff then

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-41757047

My ancestry on the Greek side is actually from Asia Minor


 No.7951

>>7950

In other news, Hypa doing his bollocks in tonight, started with £200, deposited again and again, down almost £800 now


 No.7952

How much more did he just deposit?

Wow the guys clearly pissed off he's just going to keep losing money not win it back.


 No.7953

>>7952

another 200, so 1,000 total in for tonight (800 loss, 200 in balance)


 No.7954

He's just throwing money away.


 No.7955

>>7951

This stream is really depressing, I'm going to go watch some trains instead


 No.7956

>>7955

There should be more help for gambling addiction, post trains.


 No.7957

>>7956

Some based anon posted this in the other thread and I can't even thank him. Japanese train in snow

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnxZZLTIPUQ&t=85s


 No.7958

>>7957

Comfy, I love putting this one on with this music.

https://youtu.be/Ny5lpk6oJ-k

https://youtu.be/stKK-tSAvCs


 No.7959


 No.7960

>>7958

Nice one, it would be comfier if it wasn't sped up though

Here's another one I've saved

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qGiXY1SB68


 No.7961

>>7960

So crowded it scares me.


 No.7962


 No.7963

>>7962

I'd rather have a tiger as a pet than a dog


 No.7964

File: e8df306cab0a869⋯.png (493.03 KB, 508x529, 508:529, shipkick.png)


 No.7965

File: e8f2488f5e939f4⋯.jpg (442.34 KB, 638x3464, 319:1732, pitbull 1.jpg)

I think all the people who have pet tigers have raised them from when they were babies so there's a strong bond there but if they freak out for whatever reason you're fucked. Then again the same could happen with pitbulls


 No.7966

>>7965

I love pitbull hate threads on /pol/

At least tiger owns admit their pets are dangerous


 No.7967

File: 12c2138f79aba82⋯.png (815.26 KB, 751x750, 751:750, pitbull 4.png)

>>7966

>but he's my darling little angel, he wouldn't hurt a fly!


 No.7968


 No.7969

File: 4d322133bec933e⋯.jpg (126.9 KB, 736x1046, 368:523, KougyokuRen34.jpg)

Don't know why I'm still up

I'll wake up super late tomorrow and hate myself more than usual. Though night is comfy. If I was NEET I'd consider becoming nocturnal


 No.7970

File: 7eaea6619c08327⋯.jpg (1.41 MB, 1500x1500, 1:1, Crona21.jpg)

>>7969

>If I was NEET I'd consider becoming nocturnal

Tbh I think a part of it is something innate to you. I've always been nocturnal. For as long as I could remember, even when I was a kid and had school the next day, I would always immediately revert to a nocturnal sleeping pattern. It would only take a single day before I was going to sleep at 5 AM and waking in the evening. Nothing could stop me, which is why I've missed so many of my uni sessions. I think you either are or are not nocturnal.


 No.7971

>>7970

I think by nature we are not nocturnal, some people just have bad habits/cycles that they gravitate towards. It's not healthy or normal but I know how difficult it can be to break out of it

I'm waking up before noon now which is good, getting about 8-10 hours of sleep


 No.7972

>>7941

You should be indeed, can you speak any Greek?

also alreet non white

>>7970

>which is why I've missed so many of my uni sessions

iktf

literally just slept through 2 hours of alarms 7-9 and woke up an hour ago


 No.7973

>>7972

Τι στο διάολο μόλις είπες γιά μένα μωρή σκύλα?


 No.7974

>>7972

I have Plato's Republic on my wishlist and I might get one of the Socratic dialogues, I also have some Kazantzakis books (Zorbas the Greek) back home but I've never read them.

What are you going to do about your sleep?


 No.7975

One of the reasons Greek is a superior language is those accents, they tell you where to put the emphasis in the word so you can pronounce it correctly. English is all over the place


 No.7976

File: 474a93aa592df27⋯.png (514.41 KB, 810x810, 1:1, k4.png)

>>7975

>>7973

Η ελληνική είναι μια γκέι γλώσσα lol

>>7974

I read lots of greek mythology books when I was younger but never anything serious so I suppose I'll give those a little look later on

Going to call the GP today, bought some Nytol as an anon recommended so hopefully they should work a little bit

>literally mfw at 3am last night and when I woke up realises I missed an important tutorial and a lecture


 No.7977

>>7976

Πάρ'το πίσω μωρή ΠΟΥΤΑΝΑ

google translate a shit, it's 'Τα ελληνικά'


 No.7978

File: 9a287dc79928590⋯.jpg (40.33 KB, 634x650, 317:325, w64.jpg)

>>7977

>take the back baby

Appears the engineers at Google don't seem to care for Greek that much :^)


 No.7979

File: 2225bb5fbe48d4b⋯.jpg (105.98 KB, 601x601, 1:1, w90.jpg)

>call gp

>it insta clicks off

Happens every time and I don't understand why


 No.7980

>>7978

Useless twats. It was actually take it back you bitch


 No.7981

>>7979

They're probably added your number to the blacklist


 No.7982

>>7980

όχι

>>7981

It happened from the beginning, spammed it and got through

>Can't do anything right now call at 8am tomorrow!

Literally cancer.


 No.7983

>>7982

To be fair you are calling at 4 pm. If you manage to wake up nice and early they should be able to book you in for the same day


 No.7984

>>7983

Maybe but the fact that I'll have to pull an all nighter for that to be a reality its quite annoying. Usually they'll at least give me the option to book a week or two ahead but she shut that shit down

oh well


 No.7985

>>7984

Yea the whole system can be a bit fucked. Last year I was shitting my guts out for a week straight so I called up my local practice and was told I had to sign up and that they weren't accepting anyone new. Had to walk a couple miles to the other practice


 No.7986

>>7985

Bit annoying to say the least, really.


 No.7987

File: b8d3c3e9844f2e4⋯.jpg (145 KB, 670x424, 335:212, pepe 45.jpg)

>wanked

>showered

>changed all my bedding

Time to cook some pancakes and get comfy


 No.7988

>>7987

Showered and changed bedding last night, very comfy.

Making some Spaghetti Bolognese myself.


 No.7989

>>7988

I changed the quilt covers in record time too, only took me about 10 mins

Do you use the ready made jars for the sauce or your own with that tomato passata stuff?


 No.7990

>>7987

I bought new bed sheets today but can't be arsed changing them. Half way through my lifting routine, then I can try and get comfy. Need to sort something for dinner too


 No.7991

>>7990

Sounds good, what's the routine? I can try and help maybe

I did an ab routine earlier because I've been neglecting them for too long. I hate it though


 No.7992

File: 5d264f63b9ac0cd⋯.png (448.07 KB, 612x868, 153:217, eb 24.png)

I'll never forget Ebin's pillow, I don't think he even put a pillowcase over it


 No.7993

>>7989

>10 mins

amateur

I just use Dolmio because to me it doesn't make too much of a difference, maybe I'm just bad though

>>7990

What sort aesthetic do you aim for with your sheets?

I can imagine some pokemon themed ones


 No.7994

File: a0392c64e3c8359⋯.png (1.05 MB, 700x1000, 7:10, KougyokuRen17.png)

>>7991

Squats, lunges, deadlifts and hip bridges. 3 sets of 10. Find it pretty tiring desu but my bum looks nicer and my body looks more toned overall since starting. Gonna get some more weights and add stuff soon

>>7993

I don't really have a theme in my room. Just use whatever sheets my mum bought for me. I am starting to personalise it though, I got some yellow ones today to brighten my room. Meant to be painting my room as well. Might get posters too. I have pokemon plushes

What's your room like?


 No.7995

>>7994

Is it even possible to make gains with your current hormonal balance?


 No.7996

>>7994

If I was to choose a theme I would say modern or minimalist I suppose, I don't have anything put up and everything is tidy and the furniture is modern. My sheets at the moment I just bought from amazon

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Catherine-Lansfield-Stars-Stripes-Fitted/dp/B00A2N3YGM/ref=sr_1_sc_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1515615291&sr=8-2-spell&keywords=double+bed+duvet+americansheets

Posters could be nice though, I might get some weeb ones but I'm not sure, have you ever painted your room before?


 No.7997


 No.7998

File: 0e637455b30d3a5⋯.jpg (77.74 KB, 669x696, 223:232, anm33.jpg)

>>7997

Make me greekboi


 No.7999

>>7998

>Mayuri secretly greek

>Sagiri secretly a yank

I wonder what revelation is next


 No.8000

>>7994

Sounds about right, all the girls at the gym just train their legs. Routine sounds fine, you probably do need some heavier dumbbells because 1-2kg won't do much. Is this how you do squats?

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

I trained legs yesterday and my glutes are really sore, wish it was my quads instead. Did hypertrophy mostly, squats, leg extensions, barbell lunges, leg curls and calf raises

>>7995

Women make gains with (presumably) less test than Tilde so it should be fine


 No.8001

>>7999

The Banbury boy isn't from Banbury UK but Banbury Pennsylvania


 No.8002


 No.8003

>>8002

As long as they don't have a place called Southmead and a town called Gloucestershire just up the road then I needn't wear my tinfoil hat just yet


 No.8004

>>8003

Both of those places should be nuked off the face of the earth

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-41123029


 No.8005

>>7995

I'm not aiming for gains. Just fitness and toning my body

>>7996

Those sheets are a bit gaudy for my tastes. I've never painted before tbh, first time for everything though haha

>>8000

Nice digits though it doesn't mean much here haha

That's the tutorial I watched a few months ago. Going to go up to 5kg I think in terms of weights. Tempted by ankle weights too


 No.8006

>>8004

>However, he said when they returned to one of their vehicles, they found it had been "smeared with faeces, which is clearly really disappointing."

Gets me every time

>>8005

Fair play, I've flipped it over so it's just the navy blue with the stars and it fits the aesthetic of the room though I think, so it's not too bad


 No.8007

>>8005

I've said this before but don't be afraid of the weight, you won't turn into Arnie overnight. All the girls I've seen at the gym with nice bums squat 40-60kg. Obviously you have to build up to that but don't be afraid of it, as long as your calories are under control you'll be fine. The toning thing is a meme


 No.8008

I'm still not sure if I'm gonna go for a prozzie but if I do this is the one. No sketchy shit either

http://www.adultwork.com/ViewProfile.asp?UserID=2449005


 No.8009

>>7989

>10 mins

how the fuck does it take you so long?

>>7992

Where is ebin these days?


 No.8010

>>8009

He quit for good these days


 No.8011

>>8009

Well I do the thing where you grab the corners and then sort of fling it in the air but the quilt always bunches up so I need to go inside and stretch it out and it's not easy. I don't know


 No.8012

>>8009

>>8010

>we will never have golden era Ebin back again

>every blogpost is now literally the same thing


 No.8013

>>8012

does he even blog now? it's quite the turnaround for someone that was clearly addicted and lapsed often in the past


 No.8014

Ebin's blog posts are like a teenager's. He's about 10 years behind normal development I reckon.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying he's not a bright guy. He is. But in emotional terms he's behind. All this "What is the point in life? Why are people so stupid?" stuff is juvenile.


 No.8015

>>8014

I'd say he's very intelligent (was shilling this on halfchan a few days ago), but limited life experiences/education mean that you only have so much material to work with, and make decisions and form opinions on, therefore he may occasionally make statements which seem absurd to others, one example which I'll get to in a second

Secondly, the anhedonia (and perhaps other mental issues I/we're not aware of) gives him a different view of the world, I'll quote this paragraph from the blog

>Everything feels so unfulfilling. Do people actually enjoy being alive? Do they have reasons to be alive? I see people with monetary desires but for what? A pretty fast car and bigger house? What the fuck would that achieve? its just a shallow illusion of gratification. I need something to come swallow me up and give me a greater cause to live for but I don’t know if it exists.

To us, it is obvious that people enjoy being alive, have reasons to be alive etc, but to someone who has anhedonia (which I have experienced in the past) things we take for granted as enjoyable and pleasurable seem somewhat meaningless. So to some of us, getting a nice car/house will be both have purpose in itself (we enjoy the car, it's prestige etc) and also be a means to other ends (social status, potentially attracting women, space for a family in case of a house) but to someone in Ebin's position, there is nothing to gain from acquiring such things.

Personally I'd say the blog is getting into a good era, daily updates are good, although slightly repetitive, I'm enjoying the flow as it is for now.


 No.8016

>>8013

He's starting to blog more regularly, two posts today. I hope he manages to stay off these imageboards for good (for his own sake obviously) but I'm sure he'll be back

>>8014

He has these glimpses of self-awareness where he looks at the bigger picture and sees through all of it but then a couple days later he goes back to the same old thing. I understand how he feels trapped in it


 No.8017

File: 81d3a220a17e916⋯.png (166.46 KB, 530x492, 265:246, s14-1.png)

>>8011

I turn my sheet inside out, grab from the corners, raise the duvet and shimmy it down, flip it to the other side, hang and shimmy and its over in two secs

>>8013

His blog is still up

ebinlad.wordpress.com


 No.8018

>>8015

>I need something to come swallow me up and give me a greater cause to live for but I don’t know if it exists

What Ebin needs is the light of Allah, mashallah brothers


 No.8019

>>8014

I think that socialisation growing up is a massive component come to think of it, I know I had to sort of scrape in and start learning how to properly socialise and come to terms with my feelings after being mostly distanced from people for years and looking back I was well behind compared to my peers in a lot of regards

Perhaps ebin due to his circumstances has experienced a much more developed issue with this

Or perhaps I'm just talking out of my ass


 No.8020

File: e098fa5f499a742⋯.jpg (189.04 KB, 1280x853, 1280:853, xijinping.jpg)

Tighten Neckties


 No.8021

File: 36d50ae8d19b110⋯.png (1.13 MB, 1000x1502, 500:751, 1501080000476.png)

>>8020

Tighten Nooses


 No.8022

File: 428926db13fca19⋯.png (1.27 MB, 1000x1502, 500:751, Mayuri 20.png)

>>8021

Who made the first one of these? I remember Azu (?) posted it a lot when making waifu calls back in 2015-16


 No.8023

File: a731c611200e3fd⋯.png (87.36 KB, 585x555, 39:37, afafafaf.png)

Think I'll use this to signify the prior OP image guys departure from duty as he seems to have stopped making edits.

Its a shame really because he was seriously good.


 No.8024

File: b573fbea9267d16⋯.png (1.34 MB, 1000x1502, 500:751, wm0.png)

>>8022

I've no clue, I didn't realise it was a thing in the britfeel threads but I started posting ~6 months ago so


 No.8025

My neighbour opposite me never shuts his curtains. I guess he just doesn't care. Thing is he keeps his light on as well, I keep mine shut but sometimes at night I like to fall asleep looking out it and I can just see him in his room because his light is on with the window open, I'm worried he can see in mine as well but I assume not because I keep my light off. Thought he was a deano but maybe not he has a neet sleeping pattern. Sometimes I look out my window at the sunset and see him towelling off and I have to shut my curtains.

Anyway, just rambling.


 No.8026

>>8015

Yeah it's obvious he's intelligent. That's why he's so interesting, I think.

I think it's the anhedonia + aspergers. Not only is he unable to enjoy life, but he's unable to comprehend why anyone else might.

Of course he's right too, there is absolutely no point in most of the things that we fill our days with. There's no higher purpose to life and we're just hairless, over-evolved apes on a rock in space.

But there's no point in dwelling on that. You just need to get on with it.


 No.8027

>>8024

newfags out


 No.8028

File: 6c34fa07c9812e5⋯.png (517.66 KB, 517x678, 517:678, fedora 5.png)

>>8026

>There's no higher purpose to life and we're just hairless, over-evolved apes on a rock in space


 No.8029


 No.8030


 No.8031

>>8029

Boyish but passable

With the way the world is going if I ever manage to get somewhere with somebody I'm probably going to feel for the crotch and be met with Captain Sausage unexpectedly


 No.8032

>>8030

That's exactly how my willy felt


 No.8033

Finally watching It's such a beautiful day.


 No.8034

This started with potential now it's just stupid.


 No.8035

File: 8825aa237a8358b⋯.jpg (9.68 KB, 250x250, 1:1, 23.jpg)

Bleugh I think I've caught this flu…woke up with a really sore throat and it's gotten worse all day. Hurts every time I swallow


 No.8036

>>8035

Had that mid december, it's cleared up mostly now but I'm still coughing up flegm.


 No.8037

>>8036

It's the worst, especially when you're all blocked up too.

I think my immune system is shit, I had a really bad flu/cold back in September/October and now I'm getting it again. Really don't want to leave the house but I have to go for an asda run, strepsils and bread


 No.8038

File: 81d3a220a17e916⋯.png (166.46 KB, 530x492, 265:246, s14-1.png)

>>8036

>>8035

>tfw haven't been really sick in years

BTFO immunelets


 No.8039

>>8038

It must be your impeccable diet and fine dining


 No.8040

File: 60678bdfc5fe8a8⋯.png (59.08 KB, 600x719, 600:719, w78.png)

>>8039

yeah of course


 No.8041

>>8040

Cooking a whole chicken today, got some roasties to go with it and frozen yorkshire puds, as well as some gravy. Should be good but I'm not sure how to get the roasties crispy on the outside, I think I need to boil them first or something


 No.8042

File: b2d0fdcde959d88⋯.png (242.36 KB, 612x405, 68:45, steakpud.png)

>>8041

This for some reason reminds me that I need to find some Puddings from the supermarket, that with gravy and peas is absolute bliss

Not sure with the roast potatos though, I usually just stick them onto the pan and in the oven and its off my mind


 No.8043

>>8042

Yea I think I'll jjust do the same, too lazy.

I wonder how Aunt Bessie's yorkshire puddings will compare to my nan's, the reviews seemed good


 No.8044

>>8038

I get sick fairly frequently, maybe 3-4 times a year, my diet does consist entirely of chips though, and occasional Chinese.


 No.8045

>>8044

How's the fasting going?


 No.8046

>>8043

I usually can't tell the difference with Roast potatoes so it should be fine

>>8044

How sick are we talking though? Getting the sniffles is one thing and being quite ill is another. If its the latter then you have my condolences


 No.8047

>>8045

Only did the one so far, haven't planned my next one yet

>>8046

I'd say proper ill twice a year


 No.8048

>>8047

Oh thought you were doing it as a regular thing. You should become /ck/ like the rest of us and cook yourself some nice healthy meals


 No.8049

>>8047

what do you think about this revolutionary kween?

https://twitter.com/AfricanRev


 No.8050

>>8044

When you posted your shopping list I was absolutely shocked mate. If I ate like that I wouldn't be able to function, I'd be tired all day and unable to write.


 No.8051

>>8049

I bet I could sort her out in a week or so.

>>8050

It's not quite as bad, and although I do eat bread and potatoes every day without fail, I do usually get a lot of vegetables and protein too.

My routine shop is often just bread rolls, butter and potato waffles, but I always have sacks of frozen veg in, and buy it when needed. I'm off for a big Chinese tomorrow anyway.


 No.8052

File: 8f4ce29b2305958⋯.jpg (60.29 KB, 450x486, 25:27, uchemba 2.jpg)

>>8051

I think she needs it:

https://twitter.com/AfricanRev/status/949486837415858176

https://twitter.com/AfricanRev/status/946276866691698688

Black girls aren't really my thing but the bodies of the best ones are better than any other race

>tfw no uchemba gf


 No.8053

Going to quit halfchan, will probably relapse, but I'll at least give it a fair shot to begin with


 No.8054

File: 7ec1e6623029712⋯.gif (746.55 KB, 500x250, 2:1, KougyokuBed2.gif)

I have another 6 am start today but I finish at 11. Tomorrow is the same. Provided my motivation is decent this afternoon, I would like to read a bit and start Bloodborne. I think I'll try and tie up loose ends with Final Fantasy XII too. Like getting the espers and doing side quests

Plans for today boys??


 No.8055

File: 3980756d83b003a⋯.jpg (50.27 KB, 500x477, 500:477, pepe 50.jpg)

>>8054

I just woke up, no idea how you manage with those 4 am starts.

Plan is to stay wrapped in my blanket, drink lots of tea and hopefully not get any more sick. It's a shame because I was planning to travel to see my best friend tomorrow, haven't seen him in over 6 months.

Wish I had a cat to get comfy with


 No.8056

File: f8562a97915ca9c⋯.png (141.84 KB, 284x507, 284:507, ap4-sa.png)

>>8053

Good luck lad

>>8054

Think if I get into work I'll get a PS4 w/ Final Fantasy tbh it sounds quite fun and the sort of thing I'd be into.

Plans are to finish off some stuff from uni, chill out and cook a really easy meal, read some more and clock out at a reasonable time

>>8055

Dog > Cat


 No.8057

File: dba08db469b6c07⋯.png (440.85 KB, 729x691, 729:691, KougyokuCat.png)

>>8055

Finishing early in the day is motivating. Get the whole afternoon off which helps a lot

And cats are great. My favourite domestic animals though bunnies and guinea pigs are cute as well

>>8056

You should try one Final Fantasy game for the experience. I really enjoy them

I need to make something for dinner but am feeling lazy


 No.8058

File: 413c43a7a623f24⋯.png (254.1 KB, 665x608, 35:32, PepeConcerned.png)

>britfeel is 90% shitposting

Christ


 No.8059

File: e2dc301f960edbf⋯.gif (1.13 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, w74.gif)

>>8057

If I really enjoy it I'll probably end up not playing because I enter a state of "this must be played under perfect conditions" or I don't want to finish it because then it really is the end of a thing that gave me genuine enjoyment

Exciting but daunting


 No.8060

File: 010f9297f9ff12b⋯.jpg (4.96 MB, 5312x2988, 16:9, 20180104_212002.jpg)

>>8057

>guinea pigs are cute as well


 No.8061

File: 6616f5bb3d40e94⋯.jpg (4.9 MB, 5312x2988, 16:9, 20180110_194306.jpg)

Cheeky bugger had his face right up in her bum a few seconds before this


 No.8062

>>8060

Very cute desu. We've never had them I think. Sometimes stop at the pet shop to look at them haha. Chinchillas are nice too, would love a pet one


 No.8063

File: 8d5fa83611240df⋯.jpg (1.5 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, 20170202_011724.jpg)

>>8062

I didn't like them at first but they've grown on me, they have real personality. The female is incredibly, she'll run and hide in the sheltered bit as soon as you get close while the male is a lad type, he's not scared at all and gets excited once he sees someone. They're really needy and get upset if they're apart for too long

I miss this little munchkin (not dead dw).

Have you just got that cat you posted a while back?


 No.8064

>>8053

It's been a week for me now lad. I don't miss it.

I've been busy though. Might be a different story when things are a bit quieter and I have time on my hands.


 No.8065

>>8063

You bought guinea pigs? That's cool what made you do that?

And why do you miss the cat?


 No.8066

File: eb837a5506ae708⋯.jpg (11.32 KB, 159x151, 159:151, pepesweating.jpg)

>>8063

Why does the image rotate when you click on it


 No.8067

>>8065

Nah the guineas belong to my housemate. The cat belonged to my other housemate but she moved out along with him

It's sad because me and the cat had become attached, closer than his actual owner as he would hang out with me and sleep in my bed most nights. I still dream about him sometimes

>>8066

Happens in the halfchan thread too, I think it's when pictures are taken portrait


 No.8068


 No.8069

Been watching Hypalinx on YouTube. That guy has lost the plot.

He says he works for himself. Imagine he has a really bad few months at gambling and it coincides with a few slow months for business.

The way he reacted when he had that £1100 blackjack bet on showed that he couldn't really afford to lose it, in my opinion.


 No.8070

>>8069

I am literally watching him right now funnily enough.

What worse is his roulette video. He starts with £100, (although he lost £200 before that vid), gets it up over £1,000 and the whole lot goes back.

That steam tower video too, starts with £300, gets it up to £750 and drops the whole lot. At least the one blackjack video went semi sensibly, start at 400, up to 1,400 and withdraw 1,000


 No.8071

File: 410b815e71d73d8⋯.png (13.96 KB, 776x505, 776:505, gamblegraph.png)

Part of gambling is the wild swings, If you take a crude profit/loss graph, with green being the average house edge which the red line returns to, that is affordable, but the wild swings around it can be less so.


 No.8072

>>8067

>It's sad because me and the cat had become attached, closer than his actual owner as he would hang out with me and sleep in my bed most nights. I still dream about him sometimes

You need to get yourself a cat lad, your own one. That said cats aren't always the same and you might end up with one that spends all its time outside or isn't affectionate at all


 No.8073

Hypa has also started to get a bit out of control. An £18k loss is affordable over a year if we assume an income of £35,000, but he's had a very bad run this month, and can't be sustained much longer.


 No.8074

After Last year's £18k loss, he seemed to be planning on a much more sensible year, but £18k down will be lucky the way he's going now.


 No.8075

Looks like he's down quite a lot already this month. 4k? 5k?

I personally couldn't do that. It wouldn't fuck up my life or anything, but I don't think I could deal with it psychologically. It's a lot of money.


 No.8076

>>8072

I know lad but I need some steady income first. Plan is to get one as young as possible, if you raise them with cuddles and around people they should stay that way


 No.8077

>>8074

I don't think it's possible for someone like that to have a 'sensible year', not the way he is now. Realistically he'll either have to quit cold turkey or continue losing til he's bankrupt


 No.8078

>>8075

Not too much, I think it's between 2 and 2.5k, but we're only halfway through January, I know it doesn't count for the 2018 figure, but he also lost 2.5k on Christmas day, so around 5k down in the past 3 weeks.

It's the same for him I think, his expenses are very low and income quite high, but the lot of it gets blown by the looks of his streams. He can evidently afford to lose a steady 1.5k/month based on 18k/12 months, but his current rate is a lot more.


 No.8079

Today was just manic, nodded off a minute after my alarm woke me up and ended up being late, then had a very busy day to catch up with. Really have that Friday feeling that NEETs will never know.


 No.8080

File: 0af784679c9933b⋯.jpg (44.35 KB, 500x375, 4:3, wj 38.jpg)


 No.8081

>>8072

Cats are annoying like that, although they in my own and others experience aren't too cuddly for up to a few years then suddenly they're much more engaged and trusting which is alright


 No.8082

File: e206496a4b26783⋯.png (50.58 KB, 785x502, 785:502, bazinga.png)

Imagine having this much of a victim complex


 No.8083

I have to work Saturday and I should probably be asleep, tomorrow is going to be bad.


 No.8084

>>8083

What time do you start?

I should be asleep too because I'm ill, can't even be bothered to brush my teeth


 No.8085

>>8082

>As a colonized African

Is she trying to say she has a white boyfriend?


 No.8086

>>8084

Luckily not until 11 so I can sleep in a bit, still going to be tired though. I'm watching the 3rd ring movie right now, it's shit but so were the first two so I don't know what I expected.


 No.8087

>>8083

>Go to bed at 11pm tired

>Body in wide awake mode

>Need to be up around 9/10

fug :Ddd


 No.8088

File: c24fd325b2ec1bb⋯.webm (982.21 KB, 480x480, 1:1, b1.webm)

>>8085

No but I'm sure the desire is there.

>ywn have a negress engage in slave/masah roleplay with you


 No.8089

This guy was posted in the other thread, haven't laughed so hard in a long time. He's like the quintessential britfeel poster

>mentally disabled

>depressed

>obsessed with babestation, pakis, blacks and nonces

https://twitter.com/SteveDawson0972


 No.8090

>>8088

Azns are still better than

Tfw no qt Asian to call you onii chan

Why am I still alive lads

>>8089

It had me in tears.

>I am horny

>Merry Christmas to everyone except the Muslims


 No.8091

>>8090

>Than

Though

Phoneposting is awful.


 No.8092

File: 0bedb64babacbe5⋯.jpg (84.93 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, azn 25.jpg)

>>8090

azns are bug eyed and have no souls

qt though


 No.8093

>>8092

>azns are bug eyed and have no souls

Exactly

Negresses>Asians


 No.8094

>>8092

>>8093

You lot will be the first to go when my waifus come to life


 No.8095


 No.8096

File: b47442dee12301f⋯.jpg (76.88 KB, 800x800, 1:1, pepe 102.jpg)

Go to bed lads


 No.8097

File: ff1960c2861cc58⋯.jpg (2.67 MB, 3120x4160, 3:4, IMG_20180113_043051.jpg)

>tfw getting up for work while he gets to stay all comfy

I need some more soya milk and cereals today too. Just want to sleep desu


 No.8098

File: d95a69de60b5eb8⋯.jpg (88.73 KB, 900x900, 1:1, Crona9.jpg)

>>8097

Cute! I don't like cats though, they always scratch me and I'm afraid of their claws :(


 No.8099

File: 3ec65bf2f31a5c3⋯.jpg (1022.6 KB, 2592x1936, 162:121, Crona Hair.jpg)

Decided to post a pic of my hair. This was taken last month I think.


 No.8100

>>8099

>tfw no hair pillow

lovely locks lad


 No.8101

File: 6d3f626c20157c1⋯.jpg (69.14 KB, 900x869, 900:869, Crona15.jpg)

>>8100

Thanks a lot! My hair is my favourite physical feature of mine


 No.8102


 No.8103

>>8099

Guessing this was after one of your bi-monthly showers? Doesn't look as greasy as I imagined


 No.8104

>>8103

That's right, it was freshly washed in that pic


 No.8105

>>8104

Go have another shower you smelly cunt


 No.8106

>>8105

How often do you shower laddo?


 No.8107

>>8106

Every day, sometimes I might skip one day if I don't need to leave the house

I'm trying to shampoo less because I have a bit of a dry scalp and my hair gets quite greasy if I don't shampoo


 No.8108

>>8107

I started shampooing every other day a few months ago and my hair is way nicer. I wash it with just cold water every other day. I had the greasy issue at first but it's fine now


 No.8109

>>8107

I usually do it every other day and just do upkeep washing in the basin on the days I don't

Can't have the heating on in my room or my hair goes really greasy, not sure why but when that happens I have to shower or I will be sent insane.


 No.8110

>>8108

Yea that's what I've started last week. It still feels greasy if I didn't shampoo it for a couple days but it will probably get better

>>8109

>just do upkeep washing in the basin

As in wash your hair in the sink? Don't think I've ever done that


 No.8111

Still a bit mindblown that Corona=Foxxlad. Never would have put the two together, they seemed quite different in terms of personality to me


 No.8112

>>8110

If I'm to only wash my hair I will use the shower head and just put my head/neck area into the shower and buffer the rest with a towel


 No.8114

>>8112

yeah that's weird


 No.8115

Can't make a post without typos when using my phone, jeez

>Gym at weird hours again

>Girl walks in, sits down just facing me in the corner of my eye

alreet


 No.8116

>>8115

>at the gym at half 1 am on a saturday night

wife her


 No.8117

>>8114

I remember looking up that unless you're getting all sweaty or dirty every day you should only need to shower once every two days so just little washes in the basin or a quick rinse of the shower in rare cases is alright tbh


 No.8118

>>8116

She didn't work out, she just walked in and has now left without doing anything

I got being watched vibes and it was spoopy


 No.8119

>>8117

I've hard that anti-perspirant is bad for you as well but I can't stand getting sweaty armpits


 No.8120


 No.8121

File: 6f5e5209a41bfba⋯.jpg (42.87 KB, 600x600, 1:1, w46.jpg)

>>8119

Antiperspirant is a must. It's always comfy with that and aftershave once you've gotten out of the shower and shaved.

I'm having that comfy vibe right now


 No.8122

>>8120

>Those back muscles


 No.8123

File: 477459432d85955⋯.jpg (74.71 KB, 900x600, 3:2, kai 1.jpg)

>>8122

What do you think about these?


 No.8124

>>8123

You're up late lad


 No.8125

>>8123

Wedgieman and his friend, the Gladiator "Mountain thighs"


 No.8126

>>8124

Today and yesterday I've only left my chair to go to the toilet and to get food. That probably hasn't helped

Guessing you're not waging tomorrow?


 No.8127

>>8125

Funny thing is that the guy on the left would look incredible next to your average guy but the pro bodybuilder dwarfs him


 No.8128

>>8126

It's Sunday lad, although I've gotta be up at 8am Monday for the door being replaced so did want my schedule to be back to normal, but it's not happening


 No.8129

>>8128

Lost track of the days haha. Looks liike we're both falling back into bad habits, I was doing well before the illness


 No.8130

>>8127

Considering his arms probably have more strength than my legs with a multiplier I can most certainly imagine so

Which makes you wonder what on earth the person on the right had to do to look like the muscle equivalent of a boulder

>>8128

>8am

Couldn't you have scheduled it later? That's a bit tedious


 No.8131

File: 8a1b4b84a57deb6⋯.jpg (44.86 KB, 554x369, 554:369, ronnie 2.jpg)

>>8130

The top level guys are inhuman, not only are they shredded but as strong as the top powerlifters/strongmen. His biceps have biceps

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


 No.8132

>>8131

His mini bicep could probably rep my bodyweight tbh.

Honestly though, it's something else seeing guys like that - Imagine being put in a gladiator pit with that, I'd rather a lion honestly.


 No.8133

>>8132

Impressive guys for sure. How's the gym been going for you? I can't wait to get back once I'm better, I already feel so weak


 No.8134

>>8133

For me it's been decent, I feel adequately strong/healthy although I'm not bulking in any way and neither am I big in any way. Considering I'm cutting, though it's breddy good.

I hate not being able to work out though, I don't know about you but I start getting really agitated and worked up if I leave it for a bit more than a week. I'm sure a little break won't hurt any gains though, you can treat it as an intended one so as to shock your body when you get back perhaps


 No.8135

>>8134

Eh I'd already taken 2 weeks off when I went to visit family and I was just getting back into it, something always comes up that disrupts it. I'm getting the same feeling, I feel guilty just sitting around

As long as you're getting stronger and feeling good that's what counts, close to your target bodyweight? I'm at a steady 59 kg but ideally I want to be 70 without getting fat


 No.8136

>>8135

I'd suggest taking a few days to collect yourself once you've gotten better and prepare to get back into it then lad, it usually works for me and if I just jump into it then it creates awkward ripples so to speak.

True though, I believe I am but I also really get the urge to just keep chasing lower, I'm not sure why. I think I'll just stick to 59kg for now.

>eating pancakes daily

>not getting fat

Good luck with bulking though, I had a particularly large meal today as a treat and it leathered me.


 No.8137

>>8136

Genuinely don't understand how people can get fat, it's such a chore to eat so much food. I guess it's easier when all you eat is junk food but still

pancakes are weekly

We're all gonna make it


 No.8138

>>8136

I know I said lo-fi hip-hop is shit but this is a really good song I think you'll like.

Goodnight lads

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bw6wugjLYU0


 No.8139

>>8137

Tbh the only reason I put on weight was not watching my diet during a bad period and my mum kept giving me junk food and feeding me up, adds up over a year I guess

>>8138

Comfy, think I'll follow suit.

Night lads

https://youtu.be/-jw-HI5YoOA


 No.8140

>Panousis has been accused by the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece of expressing antisemitic views,[3] not seldom in connection with his standpoint in the Israel-Palestine conflict. During an episode of his satirical show Δούρειος Ήχος ("Trojan Sound") at the radio channel City 99,5 in 2009, he used expressions such as "Jews - Pigs - Murderers […] may you die a horrible death" and "[…] the jews control all the banks in the American empire, they control all of the show biz […]", while also referring to the conflict in Gaza.[4]

>In 2013, Greek Jewish organisations were appalled by the use of a symbol consisting of the David star entwined with a swastika (the symbol itself is used by the Raelites) for the posters of his show "Troika Club".[5] In relation to this symbol, Panousis has been using the term "nazi Jews" ("εβραιοναζί" in Greek) when describing current Israeli politics.[6]

RIP big man

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tzimis_Panousis


 No.8141

File: f5cea92ab69a461⋯.jpg (314.75 KB, 841x720, 841:720, Crona20.jpg)

>>8111

I'm not foxxlad lad


 No.8142

File: 59c0bb48bd2baac⋯.jpg (552.29 KB, 1152x2048, 9:16, foto_no_exif (3).jpg)

Alright Shippy, got a bit of a challenge for you. I'm in a hotel in Germany, in the west. Can you find it? Bit of a hard one but I think you can probably do it. Here's a few photos from the window.


 No.8143

I'll enjoy this


 No.8144

File: a25092cb7e23fb7⋯.jpg (408.48 KB, 1152x2048, 9:16, foto_no_exif (2).jpg)

Photo 2


 No.8145

File: a25092cb7e23fb7⋯.jpg (408.48 KB, 1152x2048, 9:16, foto_no_exif (1).jpg)

>>8144

Photo 3 - good luck mate!


 No.8146

Going to see if I can do it off photo 1 alone first, although if I've go no luck after a while I'll make use of 2


 No.8147

File: fb78e2f281287bd⋯.jpg (414.12 KB, 1152x2048, 9:16, foto_no_exif.jpg)

Shit that's the same photo. I meant this one.


 No.8148

>>8146

If you can do it off just the first photo I'll be incredibly impressed. And a little scared.


 No.8149

File: 57452cd6989066f⋯.jpg (38.24 KB, 657x527, 657:527, ap8.jpg)

>>8147

Bavaria?


 No.8150

File: 547015cd6d3a413⋯.png (26.05 KB, 487x380, 487:380, w93.png)

>>8142

> in the west

>>8149

nvm


 No.8151

>>8148

>If you can do it off just the first photo I'll be incredibly impressed. And a little scared.

Got it, the name of the hotel contains a planet


 No.8152

File: 0f1376ea6babea1⋯.png (1.02 MB, 1034x465, 1034:465, hotelgermany.png)

Didn't think I'd do it this quickly, and off the 1st photo alone as well


 No.8153

>>8152

That was certainly fun, I did get a bit lucky, with that being the 3rd hotel I checked after narrowing it down to about 50.


 No.8154

>>8153

Fucking impressive mate. How did you do it? The flag?


 No.8155

>>8154

Yeah, looked up German hotel chains with the most hotels, checked their flag, eventually got to that flag, and started brute forcing every hotel in that chain, fortunately they only have about 40-50, and that was the 3rd I checked.


 No.8156

That hotel has some very nice surroundings, how would you rate it?


 No.8157

>>8156

It's good, not 5 star but it's a high 4 star. It's a bit outside of town but I thought it looked nicer than the places in the city center. They gave me a free beer as a welcome drink too, quite like little touches like that.

I've stayed in another Dorint before and it was terrible so I took a risk, but it paid off.


 No.8158

>>8157

I've only ever once stayed in a hotel that wasn't just a room for the night. Even then it just had a simple gym, jaccuzi and sauna. What are you looking for out of a top hotel experience?

It's funny because the best hotel room I've ever had was the cheapest at just £15/night, and the Grand Hotel in Scarborough coming 2nd best, and 2nd cheapest. Although I did stay at a spa hotel once (fortunately not paid for by me) which was nice, but not markedly different from the rooms 1/5th of the price. I suppose the facilities are key though.

https://www.treacyshotelwaterford.com/spirit-beauty-spa.html


 No.8159

Foxlad is Crona?


 No.8160

>>8159

Some say it is, Crona says it isn't


 No.8161

I've ruined my day, I woke up at 11, and then didn't want to just waste my day on the computer. So I got a shower, shaved and got some clothes ready for tomorrow and cooked a big meal which I didn't even want. Then I walked around the house for about 7 hours knowing full well I wouldn't go anywhere and that's literally all I've done. Work tomorrow, probably wont be able to sleep again though so that'll be good.


 No.8162

>>8158

I'd say the most important thing is the bed. I always sleep best in my own bed, but having a hotel with a really good bed minimises the disruption to sleep.

A decent restaurant downstairs is good when you can't be arsed going out. Having 24 hour room service is really useful if you're arriving at an odd hour. And the quality of the shower is good, you want it to hold a steady temperature and have a decent pressure.

At the five star level it's all about service. They can arrange shit for you like a table at a busy restaurant or flowers for your girlfriend etc. When I stayed at the Peninsula in Hong Kong I forgot a smart jacket for a client meeting. I told them and they had one waiting for me in my room when I got there.

In general though, the price of a hotel is more about the location than the quality of it. You can stay in a seriously 5 star hotel in Bangkok for the same price as a Travellodge in London. When I'm in London meeting mates for a drink I just stay in the Travellodge or similar. There's no point in dropping £200+ for a hotel when you don't even need to be up in the morning. In general I try to keep it under £100 a night unless I'm on business or it's a special occasion. This place was £70. Just here to visit Angela's family.


 No.8163

>>8162

>In general though, the price of a hotel is more about the location than the quality of it

Yeah that makes sense, although the prices of hotels in Ireland, and Dublin specifically are mind boggling. The hotel in Waterford was €150/night which seemed overboard, although at least that was posh enough to somewhat justify. Dublin though is insane, when I considered going in December the hotels were €150 at the bottom end of the market for a bed and breakfast, averaging €250-300/night overall in the city. How on earth can Dublin manage to charge €250/night in Late November/Early December for a mid range hotel. Even central London has hotels far cheaper than that at the budget range.


 No.8164

>>8163

Yeah Dublin in general is fucking insanely expensive. More than London. We stayed in this place last summer for £130 a night. I think it's probably more expensive in the run up to Christmas because Dublin is a big party destination and also a Christmas shopping trip for everyone else in Ireland.

https://www.fleethoteltemplebar.com/

It was pretty basic. Not really much above a Travellodge/Premier Inn. The drinks in the pubs there were insane too, makes London look cheap for a beer.

That hotel you stayed in in Waterford looks good. In general I hate the Irish countryside though. There's always pissed up lads looking for trouble. Dublin is really nice but it gets pretty savage outside it.


 No.8165

>>8164

Waterford has a massive traveller population and they cause a lot of trouble there. Fortunately didn't encounter any myself though, but my friend had break in attempts constantly, stuff out of the garden stolen etc.

I've been to Dublin twice, Waterford once and Coleraine once too. I've heard Dublin is riddled with gang violence too but all my trips were fine.


 No.8166

File: fc0b146fab6f752⋯.jpg (415.49 KB, 922x1314, 461:657, comparison.jpg)

Old door vs new door


 No.8167

>>8166

It's gone from "old home that lets in drafts and lacks carpet" to "cute household"

Although the paint looks like somebody said 'paint that general area, ish"


 No.8168

Found this board randomly and seems good. Any lads here into wearing trackies?


 No.8169

>Advertised as part time

>Under 20 hours

>But its salaried

>But its a generic retail job

Not sure what to think of this one, applied anyway.

>>8168

Only wear jogging bottoms when I'm working out tbh


 No.8170

>>8169

Nice. I'm into wearing trackies/joggies at all times. Bit obsessed with them tbh. What kind do you wear when you're working out? Do you go commando?


 No.8171

>>8170

How can anyone go commando, I need my balls to be covered, can't have them swinging around


 No.8172

>>8171

It's so that you can just put your hands down your joggies and keep them warm by just fiddling around with your dick and balls.


 No.8173

File: 3bc82ceeb632012⋯.jpg (443.45 KB, 1600x2133, 1600:2133, kappa.jpg)

Need these


 No.8174

>>8170

Just cotton ones/Adidas if it makes a difference

I don't really care as long as its comfy and warm because its usually a bit chilly when I go in there at 1am

Also no, never that'd be a bit weird for me honestly


 No.8175

>>8174

Do you ever spunk in them and then just not bother cleaning it up?


 No.8176

File: 5c7bbd63127498d⋯.jpg (313.47 KB, 720x699, 240:233, lw0.jpg)

>>8175

Afraid not friend


 No.8177

I hope DM Anon's ok

>>8176

That's such a cute picture


 No.8178

How's it going with staying off /britfeel/ Shippy?

It's been 2 weeks for me now. Already seeing a lot of positive results.


 No.8179

>>8178

When I stayed off of /britfeel/ for about a week a month or two ago, I noticed a big jump in my productivity. But I was unable to stay off. The addiction is extremely strong.


 No.8180

>>8179

The addiction is strong, I agree. You can post something and get an instant reaction, and the reaction is often something that makes you smile or laugh. Tough for your brain to walk away from.

I used an app called SelfControl, which blocks websites, for the first week or so. Don't seem to need it anymore though. Maybe check that out.


 No.8181

>>8178

I did lapse after a day, but time on there is less that is used to be, I think the slow wean will be better. the 11pm-3am time slot is quite nice at the moment though. I'm fine off it, but as soon as I open it up I just can't close the page, so only going on at nights I think will be better. Going on at 2pm would result in a wasted day, whereas if I first go on at 10pm it's just a couple of hours.


 No.8182

>>8177

I think he's fine, pretty sure he's been posting in the other thread. I hope Foxxlad is ok wink wink


 No.8183

File: a8940d29bdca668⋯.png (1.29 MB, 1441x515, 1441:515, lw6.png)

>>8177

Akko, and the rest of LWA is extremely cute.


 No.8184

Hypas last vid was wild, and I haven't even finished it

700 in, gets up to 2,100 on rhino, and blows the lot back down to 400, gets another hit and he's currently on 1,400


 No.8185

File: b8d3c3e9844f2e4⋯.jpg (145 KB, 670x424, 335:212, Comfyy.jpg)

>>8177

>>8182

I'm fine lads


 No.8186

>>8185

How has life been lad? Comfy. hopefully


 No.8187

>>8186

Been alright mate, yourself? Started watching The Americans which is a good show with a lot of episodes so I'm in a good mood right now


 No.8188

>>8187

Good to hear lad, I've been pretty decent in general

Not heard of it though, whats it about roughly?




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