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No. 8561[Reply]

Book thread - recommend books, share what you're reading or what you're planning to read

No weeb mango shit, but books about Japan okay
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No. 43040

>>42699
Sarah J. Maas in general is terrible, I recently read A Court of Thorns and Roses and it was horrible, the second book improves things a little and then the third book comes and ruins everything again, holy shit that is one shitty book. Why this woman is so popular is not something I'll ever understand, her stories are bad and clichéd, her character and world development is nonexistent, not even her writing is good, everything reads like a fanfic a 12 year old wrote in 2008.

No. 43597

>>43040
Iirc her Cinderella fan fiction was originally published on fiction press. She got discovered on there by a publisher and promptly took it down to make mad cash. She wrote it when she was in college (18 I think was her age). So in a way you’re right lmao

No. 43660

Can anyone rec good fantasy books where the main characters are twenty-somethings instead of teenagers? Looking for something plot driven then character driven, can be a standard story structure or something experimental. Basically I want to try everything out for that setting because I haven’t been reading for a long time.

I’m also quite adverse to stories set in modern times without any fantastical elements (i.e "real world stuff") so I’d love to hear it if anyone can convert me with a good book.

No. 43675

>>43660
You could try any book by Gabriel García Márquez. There's a lot of fantastical elements while still being based in reality, hence why the genre he writes is called "magical realism."

No. 43903

Just finished reading Islands in the Net by Bruce Sterling.
An interesting example of a cyberpunk book where the protagonist is on the side of the corporations. Has a pretty strong female protag too.



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No. 32062[Reply]

What are some things that are nostalgic to you?
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No. 42708

>>42695
>Playing ispy from a disk onto ur computer in 2003

No. 42720

>>42708
The spooky haunted mansion one was pretty cool.

No. 42721

>>42543
>googled for nostalgia
>terrifying CGI remake exists
Fuck this gay earth

No. 42729

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>>42687

>>Britney's first appearance in "Alex Quits"

https://totallyspies.fandom.com/wiki/Britney

No. 42735

>>32424
>>32433
>>32434
>>32435
>>32436
>>32440
I know these are old posts at this point, but for future reference, there's an internet nostalgia thread >>21336 for talking about like, communities n stuff (if you're looking for people to reminisce on oekaki with you, you'd have better luck over there)



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No. 35673[Reply]

/m/echa general. Post your favorite mechs.
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No. 41721

Wow I usually don't like mechs but these are really fuckin cute

No. 42392

Do any of you own and build gundam (and related) kits or statues? I'm thinking about doing a general toy thread for all kinds of things in case you guys wanted to post there but I figured you would've shown it here already.

No. 42393

>>42392
I haven't but I really want to

No. 42398

>>42393
What's stopping you?

No. 42415

>>42398
I just really don't have the disposable income for it right now.



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No. 39962[Reply]

Rant about Kpop, its creepy fandoms, and/or its fucked up industry. Or just nitpick some idols.

· Don't sperg, complain or pick fights.
· Don't racebait.
· Don't derail about dumb shit. If it doesn't directly have to do with Kpop, don't post about it here.
· This thread is not about shipping or fangirling. Save that for the general kpop thread here: >>>/m/11970 or the spam threads here: >>>/m/1166 (boys) >>>/m/14862 (girls)

· Previous thread >>>/m/38496
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No. 42260

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No. 42261

>>42258
Didn't read what you wrote and thought I was looking at rat. Of all idols to emulate, why the ugliest and most annoying one?

No. 42266

>>42259
she does seem to face a fair bit of backlash compared to the other members, I remember an incident where she was livestreaming and actually saw a really disgusting comment.

No. 42313

>>42249
That's just how it goes.
>>42244
Yeah, I'll keep my earplugs on, thanks.

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>>41419
She's the fat member of Berryz Koubou, the agency of Morning Musume. Her face is not the problem… it's her stuffing her face and then starving again to extreme measures every 3 months or so.



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No. 29057[Reply]

Post your favorite animated gifs, from the soothingly hypnotic to the supremely silly.
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No. 40840

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>>40797

I don´t hate birds, but i also don´t care for them much and that anon is just a birb lover being salty superior cute kittycats that are way more suitable for hugging like eating them

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No. 41101

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>>41080

what a nerd

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No. 42129

>>42111
The dancing videos at the bottom of the article are so fucking cute, I'm crying tears of joy. His little happy squeaks are so precious.



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No. 42060[Reply]

Have you ever thought about how much most guys love this movie? This guy I’m boning pointed something out to me I hadn’t thought about.
1.Fight Club the book has Marla Singer in it far more than the movie this means that it is even more clear that she is a symbol of anti consumerism. She can survive just fine without the narrator. This makes his anti consumerism mission even more fragile because he isn’t saving anyone he is destroying himself and everyone including the people he cares about.
Makes you think of the creepy incel guys like the murderer of Bianca Devin.
2.In the book he tries to save her by making her go away. It is a self awareness of the Id to Ego complex Tyler Durden represents. By recognizing the lack of empathy and love he in many ways drives Marla away to the point of pushing her away and paying her to go away. You always hear that if you love them let them go. Well girls get used to losing before guys do in so many ways its not even funny. This helps girls become more creative and adaptable.
3.Tyler isn’t real. No matter how hard guys try to be some imagined definition of being a man Tyler is as good as anything you see in men websites telling them to act a way to be more manly but always selling them a product. Guys are not very good at being consumers so they buy into consumerism and are coopted by a capitalist framework.

The guy I am seeing says that yes he might be easy on the eyes and may have clawed himself out of the working class but he never did it because he was trying to destroy society. He says the things that suck about society are a system we have always been in. The way to be a real man is not to be reckless. To take most things with a grain of salt but to be gracious with people because most are facing similar problems. Especially working class men and women. He said that the system tries to divide and commodify everyone because then people who are wealthy dont have to worry about any real trouble from poorer people. But if Women and men recognize this struggle they can enlighten themselves beyond the narrative of the world they have always known. This is why misogyny is also a commodity and selfish dimwitted losers like that murdered do what they do. They plan out their validation. Once they know they will be hero's to other men they act like cold blooded killers. They are manufactured and radicalized by capitalism. Its quiet profound. Crazy thing is he is a banker. Hot mess type who doesn’t sayPost too long. Click here to view the full text.(newfaggotry)

No. 42061

There's already a movies thread, anon.



No. 1706[Reply]

I have been thinking recently I'd love to have a thread where we could post documentaries. I watch a lot especially when doing stuff around the house so I can post a couple of favourites I recommend here in the OP, more in the comments if anyone is interested, and would love to find some new ones!

Interview with a Cannibal: Guy who met up with another guy online who consented to being murdered and eaten. Morbid but interesting watch. German, so subtitled.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKzf-rG9JBs


Polygamy Doc: One Man, Six Wives, Twenty something kids. A guy in utah who keeps very very young wives and at the time of filming, being 40 ish, was trying to woo a 16 year old kid. (not a spoiler but he subsequently went to jail and a few wives left him, some stayed. Very interesting to watch and to look into after)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqORJHyNWJc&t=2s

A historical one for variety: The truth about hygiene etc in Versailles. Stumbled across this and left it on while doing my makeup and really liked it! Sent me down a nice historical rabbithole, not of actual history per se but of little tidbits like this about daily life and lesser known shit (literally)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWYIgqMEE2o&t=1s

Ok back to morbid. If you haven't seen this already, it's insane, a little girl, "child of rage". Another one interesting to look into what happened afterwards (she was later put through attachment therapy)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9GYExnh1yU&t=71s

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No. 32957

>>32911
is this the lady that has a natural cosmetics brand? Or is that a diferent Babushka Agafia? lol

No. 41130

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so i'm taking a relaxing day to watch documentaries about interesting people and i can highly recommend these:

-"I Think We're Alone Now" : a short doc following 2 people with aspergers who are kind of dangerously obsessed with former teen pop idol Tiffany

-"The Parking Lot Movie" : a bunch of misfit overeducated young men working as parking lot attendants and getting up to artistic shenanigans

-"Marwencol" : man with brain damage lives vicariously through a 1/6 sized WW2 era model town he built in his backyard. he makes dolls based off of people he knows and it's equally creepy and understandably sad

if anyone has recs like these i'd love to hear them, i love seeing life through the perspective of outsiders

No. 41312

This one is one of my favorites. Weird guy.

No. 41331

>>41312
Damn how many times are people gonna post this one. Yawnn

No. 41741

>>41130
I think about "I think we're alone now" a lot. Good rec



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No. 14121[Reply]

previous one : >>>/ot/111835

Post any image you want. Bonus points for pictures that are rare, interesting, and/or have gone out of circulation over time.
Post the most obscure and weird ones you have
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No. 41750

>>41737
Anymore of these?

No. 41775

>>41737
amazing



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No. 17258[Reply]

Thought this would be nice to have since podcasts are huge right now. Every Tom, Dick and Harry now thinks the world can't be deprived of their opinions and starts a podcast.

Discuss:
>Podcasts you like
>Podcasts you hate
>Podcast/Host drama
>Crazy Podcast Fandoms

There is a thread that already exists for one of the biggest podcast cows, Mike Boudet, but it's pretty dead.
>>>/snow/360967

Another totally dead thread that seems to be only for recommending podcasts.
>>>/ot/179574
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No. 20603

>>20501
im not going to sit here and say chapo is the best thing ever because they are kind of reddit-ish and irritating, but to promote pod save america related media is absolutely beyond the limits of spastic cretinism. they are fucking neoliberal obama lackies tbh…

redscare anna is annoying sometimes but if youre slavic and leftist and actually care about things girls like its fun to listen to.

my personal favorite podcasts on the iphone podcast app thing are:
new books in philosophy
slavoj zizek - collected recordings

No. 21719

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>>17322
Yeah, MBMBAM is one of my go to comfy podcasts, but I would never speak aloud that I'm a fan because their fanbase is batshit insane. I just finished TAZ as well, and I enjoyed it just fine but TAZ fans are somehow even more insane than just the MBMBAM ones?

>>20064
PUTJ is amazing. I agree Miel can be kind of obnoxious, but Demi is SO talented it makes up for it. I started listening to Gilmore Guys and PUTJ just because I was such a fan of him on Twitter. The "It Wasn't Me" punch up is one of my personal favs

>>17320
>comfy podcast recommendations
Not sure what you consider comfy, but as someone who loves non-fiction/historical/science/true crime podcasts, I kind of consider the comfy ones ones I don't have to think much about, or aren't particularly heavy or political….if that makes sense. Here's some of my favs:
>Gilmore Guys: a comfy classic, but watching the show along with them helps. 2 silly dudes going through every episode of Gilmore Girls
>MBMBAM: silly dudes answering silly questions. If you can ignore their batshit fanbase, it's a comfy staple
>Punch Up the Jam: see >>20064
>Mother May I Sleep With Podcast?: podcast about absurd Lifetime movies. I've never watched a single one of the movies and I still enjoy the podcast
>Plz Advise: same host as MMISWP, they take calls and give advice
>Why Won't You Date Me?: comedian Nicole Byer and trying to figure out her dating life
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No. 21721

The Sit Down w Mike Recine – any anons here have opinions? Just heard of it and I might be interested

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>>21721
I listened to the Anna Khachiyan episodes because i love her. didn't listen to any others but i think he is funny

on another note i think Nick Mullen from cumtown is extremely hot

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>>21719
>>20064
Really wish this thread was more active, cause there's so many podcasts I wanna gossip about.

Anyways, sure seems like Miel is butthurt about Demi leaving PUTJ.



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No. 33729[Reply]

What is your favorite Pokemon and generation? How did you get into this series? Discuss.
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No. 40013

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i can't get over the fact that the legendary for sword looks like gaogamon

No. 40454

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Is there a way to play online battles and trade on Pokemon DS games on a DS emulator with people who have the original copy?

No. 40470

>>40454

Unfortunately I don't think there's a real good way of connecting a real game to a rom, but if you want to play through multiplayer I'd recommend Pokemon MMO. It's exactly what it is, you use a rom and connect to servers, and you basically play through the game vanilla with the bonas of other players/customization /battles/trading. Its a little bizarre to see players clip through each other & in cutscenes but imo its a better way to play the older games with more functionality.

I'm still miffed this isn't a feature in a main series game yet

No. 40545

I’ll sound like a dickhead for this but since SWSH is based on the UK I’m … surprised the Champion is a random anime brown guy. Like what? I legit thought he was supposed to be related to the dragon gym leader/champion in Black and White because of the stupid purple hair style but then they showed his brother. Is he a reference to something? His outfit is utter shite too, anything would be better than a football kit with a tacky ‘royal’ cape on top and a fucking chav hat. Why do we get so many good designs and then this clown?

And those legendaries. Literal dogshit.

No. 40691

>>40545
The champion is arse, everyone wanted some queen type character, his main pokemon is Charizard, not even a Galar region pokemon.

But I am hoping he's a red herring and is actually the bad guy, that'd be something interesting for once.



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