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No. 45881[Reply]

Currently playing leaf green and Y right now.

current team in LG is
-dodrio
-jolteon
-nidoking
-snorlax
-jynx
-venusaur

anyone else catching them all?

No. 45884

we already have a pokemon thread, anon…sorry

No. 46581

:( sorry girls



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No. 10012[Reply]

Let’s share our favorite "girly" mangas/animes. Any genre is welcome as long as it contains elements aimed at a female audience.
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No. 44755

>>44709
But they did since ancient egypt was heavily mixed and nobility was from Europe. Red and blond hair were common. Stop getting mad over things you don't know about and derailing the thread.

No. 44773

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I was catching up on Bride's Tale and the most recent chapter was so sweet and comfy, like a fun sleepover. I just love this series.

No. 44849

>>44750
well yes that part of it is v. gross lol

No. 44850

>>44773
I read the first book but dropped it for the weird pedophile vibes. Too bad since I love the author's art and really liked Emma.

No. 61092

>>44755
yall are so stupid, that's clearly henna which is a common practice throughout north africa, they aren't damn europeans idiots. Coptic dna = native to east and north africa and can't be found in european populations



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No. 42262[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/39962
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No. 44367

>>44361
remember when Han Seo Hee claimed to have met him clubbing while they were both underage (she said they met when they were 19//both of them were born in 95. his drunk pics taken during '14. makes you wonder why bh deleted that from twitter.)… also remember when she claimed he arrived with that model dude who is signed to drumroll YGKPLUS. interesting. but of course, none of that ever reaaaaaaally happened. our angelic oppa would never behave like a normal teenager, lol

No. 44368

>>44362
Why would you "relate" to him…? Are you 12 and had your first beer?

No. 44370

>>44368
I have low alcohol tolerance.(no1curr)

No. 44373

new thread >>44372

No. 44409

>>44339
shows him drinking wine and trying shots lmao



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No. 43169[Reply]

Can we share some of our gif folders?

I'll start.
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No. 43816

>>43331
how did this happen? what the fuck lmao

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No. 43949

>>43607
nta but I love it when hippos just fucking bully-nibble crocodiles like that. It's so cute.

No. 43950

>>43607
nta but I love it when hippos just fucking bully-nibble crocodiles like that. It's so cute.

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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. 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. 41706

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No. 41750

>>41737
Anymore of these?

No. 41775

>>41737
amazing



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