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No. 158368[Reply]

Post about Team Fortress 2 here.
If you don't know what that is, it is a free-to-play multiplayer FPS. There are also free comics online outlining the story of the TF2 universe, which you can read on the official site: https://www.teamfortress.com
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No. 161218

>>161217
I’ve never actually played tf2 but love the fanart/comics etc is 2021 too late to actually start playing or nah

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>>161218
No I started playing recently too, it's never too late to have fun but I just play against bots for now because I'm a chicken
>>161213
Thanks for posting the images, that one is very adorable

No. 161230

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Imagine if every anime had a demoman

No. 161312

>>161218
i dont play, but my brother used to religiously. heard that it's mostly full of hackers/bots now and valve has given up on it or something. i did enjoy the official comics though, sad that it doesnt seem likely to continue

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No. 144770[Reply]

A thread for media that you loved to watch when you were a kid, it doesn't necessarily have to be a children's cartoon and movie, just anything that you watched that left you with fond memories. Anything that made you laugh, scared you, your favourite characters etc
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No. 160318

>>160112
Hey these were my favorites, too! I have to mention Karlson and Nu Pogodi. Also the soviet animation of The Little Mermaid was my favorite soviet one-off cartoon, I constantly watched it.

Since I'm pretty young, I also used to watch the early movies from the Три Богатыря franchise (and i think I had a crush on the tsarevich, kek).

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>>154317
When Jane put on the armor and went to protect Sir Theodore from Dragon was so badass. I was always dying to know what happened with the dragon stones and sword, I lived for that lore kek

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Redwall! I was obsessed with this show as a kid, but now I can't tell you a single thing about it. I've been considering reading the series though.

No. 161239

>>161210
Hell yeah anon, I used to check out the redwall DVDs from the library and I loved the show too. Maybe we should read the books lol

No. 161407

>>154317
oh my god anon hearing this again made me almost tear up, I forgot how wonderful the theme song is!

>>154687
this show was wonderfully comforting, I used to watch that and Ruby Gloom whenever I was at home alone during school holidays



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The mother thread >>31355

>What is a Dumb Bitch Meme?

Hailing from the peak meme culture of the mid-to-late 2010s, Dumb Bitch memes seek to subvert the traditional male meme perspective, exposing the inner and outer frustrations of being a woman in the 2st century. Rising from postmodernism, Dumb Bitch memes are not built from the ground up— they take elements from the patriarchal capitalist hegemony and subsume its elements. The media that is pandered to women from a young age is appropriated into a meme format and repackaged into a radical, often vulgar expression of the worldview of a contemporary femme. Dumb Bitch memes are a continuing meme sub-genre, evolving into the present.


You may have a Dumb Bitch meme if it:
-expresses nihilistic existential themes that are tied into the growing pains of womanhood >>51672

-shows a hitherto hidden side of female sexuality, most likely with angry frustration overtones >>66251

-is a distinctly feminine reaction pic >>62427

-takes pleasure from relatable aspects of femininity almost all can relate to >>51670

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>>161204
this isn't a dumb bitch meme smh



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No. 97601[Reply]

Post images, playlists, media etc with this general vibe/theme!

Maybe you're content, maybe not.
Maybe you're just idling away.
Time passes, you're not in a hurry.
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No. 160280

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Nice thread

No. 160304

>>160280
I love this lol

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No. 134872[Reply]

Post album covers that are iconic or covers you just really like and think are good. Discuss.
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No. 6325[Reply]

Previous thread: >>81746
Post pics or gifs of pretty girls.
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No. 161054

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I know she's a cow and heavily edited here, but I'd be lying if I said this photo didn't make my heart skip a beat. Shame she looks a lot worse now.

No. 161055

>>161054
>i know she’s heavily edited, it’s a shame she looks a lot worse now
You do know that she never looked like that in the first place right? She looks worse now cuz she changed her photoshop and editing style

No. 161056

>>161055
She looks worse now because of her hair and surgery to me. If she kept her hair the same and dropped the editing I still think she'd look somewhat cute.

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I still think that she was special, such a radiant beauty, I've never seen another woman like her. If only she were still alive.



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No. 160853[Reply]

Recommend books or ask for recommendations, share what you're currently reading or what you want to read, discuss favorite genres and authors, share reviews, etc.

What have you been reading, farmers?

Previous: >>>/m/8561
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No. 161064

>>160886
wow thats impressive! and such a good idea if youre reading that much since surely youd want to remember what you thought of the book, i might steal your idea as well thanks for sharing!

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>>161041
A lot of these involve animals… Maybe because autumn always evokes the image of those quaint pencil illustrations of animals in children's books to me for some reason, but also included some horror and classics:
>BUNNICULA by Deborah and James Howe
Fun children's book about a cat and a dog who try to figure out if a newly-adopted rabbit is a vampire.
>NORTHANGER ABBEY by Jane Austen
A girl visits an old abbey, expecting it to be just like her favorite Gothic novels, to hilarious expect.
>WATERSHIP DOWN by Richard Adams
A group of rabbits look for a home, but it's not easy!
>REDWALL series by Brian Jacques
Comforting, warm read with delicious descriptions of food. Nostalgic feeling.
>FRANKENSTEIN by Mary Shelley
A classic that still holds up, and is actually quite short! Definitely read it if you have the chance. If you really want to get into the mood, you can also read some poems by Shelley's husband or other contemporaries. Keats is definitely my favorite.
>WUTHERING HEIGHTS by Emily Brontë
Another classic. The Kate Bush song is also good.
>TAILCHASER'S SONG by Tad Williams
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No. 161088

>>161087
Awww, thank you!! Definitely going to check some of these out in the upcoming months! Bless you nonny :) others, feel free to drop autumn favorite recommendations as well!

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>>160892
>>161064
go for it, nonnies. i use picrel (the brown one, they're from a brand called newestor) but once it's full i wanna get a cuter one. flame tree publishing has really cute moomin notebooks.

>>161088
might be very obvious but i find harry potter books very fall season-y, probably because that's when the new school year starts at hogwarts.

No. 161136

>>160980
very good points anon, what you say is true and i think a LOT (if not all) of women who dispute this do it out of self hate and repression. personally i do think it's weird to be an adult who is still into whatever their hormonal teenage selves were into, but i also find it infuriating how men are allowed and even expected to do this but women are mocked for it. middle aged men can watch star wars and fawn over the female characters they crushed on as teenagers, but god forbid women write some erotic fiction that caters to their own interests. and as you said women are never even close to as creepy about their horny interests as men are. whenever i see people sperging about shippers and whatnot, i think about how the woman who wrote brokeback mountain got a shit ton of porn fanfiction sent to her by adult men. people act like this is a female "issue".
>The film's popularity has inspired numerous viewers to write their own versions of the story and send these to Proulx. In 2008, Proulx said she wished she had never written the 1997 short story which inspired the film, because she has received so much fan fiction presenting alternative plots: [The film] is the source of constant irritation in my private life. There are countless people out there who think the story is open range to explore their fantasies and to correct what they see as an unbearably disappointing story.
>She said the authors, mostly men who claim to "understand men better than I do", often send her their works: They constantly send ghastly manuscripts and pornish rewrites of the story to me, expecting me to reply with praise and applause for "fixing" the story. They certainly don't get the message that if you can't fix it you've got to stand it.



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No. 16434[Reply]

>whens the last Time youve read fanfiction?
>what kind of fanfiction do you tend to gravitate towards
>have you ever written fanfiction?
>how frequently do you read/write fan fiction?
>whats the weirdest fan fiction youve written and or read?
>what fandoms tend to have the best and or worst fan fics?
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>whens the last Time youve read fanfiction?
the other night

>what kind of fanfiction do you tend to gravitate towards

M/M, under 5000 words, dumb tooth-rotting fluff is my go-to comfort read. Also the occasional smut treat when I'm in the mood, but only vanilla porn with feelings. Yeah I'm a simple girl who likes simple things. Then there's the long emotional fics which got me so invested, some of them I'll remember forever. Also I used to read tons of (bad) reader insert but now I prefer daydreaming to fill the void kek.

>have you ever written fanfiction?

Cringy shit sometimes when I was a teen, and more recently I tried again with my sister's OCs but depression and stuff made me drop it.

>how frequently do you read/write fan fiction?

Write: never
Read: depends, I go from reading litteraly nothing for monthes to binge reading like theres no tomorrow kek. I usually calm down when I dont really actively ship the pairing anymore, or I don't have time/motivation. Also I prefer reading in the evening or later when I'm comfy at home and know I have some time ahead, otherwise I just can't get into it unless I REALLY need that fluff fix.

>whats the weirdest fan fiction youve written and or read?

p*do or kink stuff when i was a kid myself and didn't know any better. Also crack stuff like Julius Caesar x cesar salad or politician x reader but that's bc i have weird humor.
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No. 161039

Does anyone else feel like older fics on AO3 are usually of better quality than newer fics? Like they usually have better plot and writing style etc. It's something I've personally noticed but maybe it's just the fandoms I'm in.

No. 161047

>>161039
nah, some of the best fic i know is like ff.net shit from 2005. but that may just be bc i'm an old fart

No. 161326

>>161047
Am also old fart, can confirm
Some of the pokemon fics I read back then were crazy creative wtf.

No. 161482

>>161039
I think it depends on the fandom, honestly. In the ones I'm in all the old fics are mediocre to terrible, with the newer stuff being consistently pretty good if not great.



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>>160494
lmfao, reminds me of this tweet with big lolcow energy

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No. 161063

>>160871
Oh my god, this is so cute, poor thing



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No. 28299[Reply]

A thread to discuss all things metal! All genres welcome. Post videos, albums you love, pictures of metal heads, thoughts on the scene, or anything your sweet black heart desires.
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No. 159008

Man, I miss The Agonist's old music so much. I wish Alissa never left. Their music is still okay now but it's just not as good, at least to me. I don't think she's as good in Arch Enemy either, the Agonist is where she really shined.

No. 159009

This is some weeb shit but I got into metal again because of this one.

No. 161030

I used to have a Slipknot necklace I bought in 2015 that I wore almost every day for like a year lol. I would totally wear it again if I could find it. Call me an edgelord if you want, I have 0 shame in liking them.

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>>161030
Samefag, it had picrel as a metal pendant on a black cord. I liked it because it was subtle, you couldn't tell it was Slipknot if you didn't know.

No. 161124

>>161031
It looks really cool, I hope you find it again



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