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 No.48282[Reply]

Do something fun with this butt extracted from this video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuHuTDrtYTg
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 No.48288

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 No.48289

>>48287
Yet it still excites…

 No.48290

>>48287
That pink panties was a nice touch.

 No.48291

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キタ━━━(゚∀゚)━━━!!

 No.48293

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 No.47514[Reply]

What are some moments which clearly express when an author's given up?
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 No.48201

>>48200
For some reason, no

 No.48252

>>48199
It's folk wisdom that stressed animals' meat goes bad, but maybe it reverses when the meat has already been processed at the point of stressing.

 No.48253

>>48252
It's not folk wisdom. Stressed animals, just like humans, release stress hormones like cortisol into the blood. Whether it makes the meat "bad" or not, I'm not so sure about.

 No.48258

>>48253
Well, it would be folk stupidity. Anyway, the word is it makes meat stringent, and everything that comes with it including less palatable taste.

 No.48283

>>48252
Besides, it's not always "bad" in folklore anyhow. See: Chinese people rousing up snakes with a caged mongoose before eating them.




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 No.48022[Reply]

What if magic and mythical creatures were real, but technology killed them?
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 No.48054

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>>48049
Who's to say it is?

 No.48239

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Technology is just modern magic

 No.48243

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>>48239
And programmers modern wizards.

 No.48267

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Well, in a way technology did kill them. Education and mass communication coupled with photography took away so many mysteries from life.
Some people still fight against it, though. I'm reminded of an image from some "ghost hunter" idiot saying that you need to use the old radios to hear them. It escapes his thinking process that the modern ones don't work because they don't have as much interference that can be misinterpreted.

 No.48281

>>48267
Sure, but what if they need the interference to communicate?




 No.47339[Reply]

no music thread in a while
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 No.48246

me and /qa/ and me and /qa/

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 No.48277

Japanese fan girl screams.

 No.48280

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACEBZ-KmuQo
YUUKAN NA INU
SAMOEDO NO YOU DESU




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 No.46179[Reply]

want to try and help out the tl group but my progress still isn't fast enough…
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 No.48190

>>48184
That's not what I mean. Individual kanji usually don't form words by themselves. You shouldn't think of kanji as words but rather as parts of words. Not only that, but you can't put the parts together however you want

 No.48194

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>>48184
Hiragana is really, really easy. It shouldn't take anyone more than a couple days. Have you tried just writing them all and memorizing them

 No.48269

>>48194
I am just a couple of days in that paper was made on my third day on duolingo.

 No.48271

>>48269
If you really want to learn Japanese, Duolingo isn't the best way to do it. Sure, it may be fine for learning the kana, but literally anything is fine for learning kana. It's just a site/app for weebs to waste their money (does it have payments?) on before finally realizing they don't really want to learn Japanese.
Here, have this: https://itazuraneko.neocities.org/learn/guide.html

 No.48279

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>>48271
Duolingo is actually free, and it's good for practice, but there are better options. All you really need is the following:
- Anki
- Dictionary (Jisho.org)
- 2-3 grammar books (Tae Kim, DoJG, etc.)
- Tons and tons of untranslated content (anything you find interesting)
- Google.co.jp (for looking up references and memes)

After you learn the kana and grammar, it's honestly just a 1-3 year grind of reading and hearing Japanese every day until you slowly "get it". The Dunning-Kruger effect is overused by people, but it does a great job showing the confidence you have after learning kana and grammar (Mount Stupid) and how it drops once you try to understand real Japanese (Valley of Despair). What matters is that you just keep reading. When you see a new word, always look it up, and if it looks common throw it into your Anki deck. Words will start reappearing and you'll recognize a lot of them, or at least realize you've seen them before. Doing this everyday is what builds your vocabulary - it's that long uphill slope on the way to enlightenment. Japanese has an especially long slope, but it's actually fun once you can read the Japanese internet and watch their videos, and it becomes a habit very quickly. For all beginners, getting to that point should be their priority. I'm no expert, but these habits helped me out a lot, and hopefully the beginner anon can find some use from them as well.




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 No.35159[Reply]

ITT: post a sentence from Wikipedia, out of context.

ERP has a strong evidence base, and it is considered the most effective treatment for OCD.[89]
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 No.47114

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>Did you know …
>… that Lel and Polel are considered divine twins in Slavic mythology?

 No.47115

>>47114
Holy shit I haven't seen a lel in years. Literal years. I feel like crying holy shit dude this is making me tear up.
>The exact cause of the initial skirmishes has been unclear

 No.47140

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 No.47820

Nobuo Ikeda, a known public policy academic and media critic in Japan, has suggested an ongoing 2channel-ization phenomenon on the Japanese Wikipedia.

 No.48275

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In a 2001 review of the modern Irish information economy, information sciences professor Eileen M. Trauth called "craic" an intrinsic part of the culture of sociability that distinguished the Irish workplace from those of other countries.




 No.48272[Reply]

found this band and thought they look like a Super Sentai group so I'm posting

 No.48273

reminded me a bit of daft punk for a second

 No.48274


>found this band and thought they look like a Super Sentai group so I'm posting

I'll allow it.




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 No.48057[Reply]

choco minto
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 No.48067

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>>48057
アオイ…

 No.48089

the gentleman's flavors are rum raisin and pistachio

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>>48089
Rumu raisin

 No.48186

>>48089
High quality vanilla ice cream is the best type of ice cream. It'as so good that it needs nothing else.

 No.48264

>>48186
how do I know if mine is high quality or not?




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 No.48176[Reply]

why is it not oneteen twoteen threeteen fourteen… were the teens invented for legal reasons?
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 No.48195

>>48193
It's the same up until 1000, then they have specific names for ten thousand, one hundred million, and so on. I'm sure you can imagine how much of a mindfuck it is to try to read large numbers in this system for someone who spent their entire life with thousands, millions and billions.

 No.48202

One hundred originally meant 120.

 No.48238

>>48191
English actually has quite a few non-standard denominations for things. Like score (20), dozen (12), baker's dozen (13), and fortnight (14). Admittedly, a fortnight exclusively refers to an amount of time.

 No.48255

I used to think we should use base-6 or base-12 for their repetitive proprties, but what if one reason we have all this weird advanced math is because we start from mathematically bizarre numbers like 2x5 being the base and 7 being prime? Oh and Pi of course. By the chance of having 10 fingers we practically created an infinite number that occurs all over the place.

 No.48256

>>48238
I believe fortnight was the set of time Roman watchmen used for a single schedule of guard switches, which also caused some English time-relatd words. Minute or something.




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 No.48096

why is everyone so obsessed with gachashit?

could it be a gambling addiction thing?

 No.48098

>>48096
I've never actually spent money on Gacha games. I think part of the appeal to me is the progress, you are consistently improving your team and trying to acquire characters that bring certain attributes to that team, spending money would make it too easy to acquire the characters you want.

 No.48207

I would actually be excited if they made a /vn/ board next
It could be naivete but I think it would turn out to be fairly decent

 No.48210

>>48207
A vn board would probably be great, in theory. In practice I doubt it'd be able to take off with 4chan users holding it down. Also it probably won't happen since that'd be a good decision.

 No.48250

>>48207
>>48210
Knowing the staff, it would end up being /vn/ - Video Games/Nintendo




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 No.46171[Reply]

bump when drunk!

drinking wodka every day due to boredom
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 No.48007

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>>47997
new zealand

 No.48030

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getting stuck into a slab of weihenstephan dunkel

 No.48043

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bump, bump, bump!

 No.48244

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the /qa/ sensei

 No.48266

>>48244
she seems like an annoying drunk, I liked the Yuru Camp teacher more




 No.48241[Reply]

>/qa/



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 No.47050[Reply]

https://store.steampowered.com/sale/xboxgameshowcase

What's the point in buying one of these consoles when all of the games that are and ever will be on it will be on PC as well?
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 No.48230

>>47067
All money for the corporate masters has to pass through game developers' products? The nerve!

 No.48233

Let's not.

 No.48234

>>48231
Actually most monarchies were benevolent, in the west at least.

 No.48236

>>48234
That's a low bar for benevolence, just any lack of malevolence. All monarchies have practiced deep negligent indefference without being actively malevolent. So has every living person who has mutual interests with all of his limbs.

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>>48236
Execute this heathen




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 No.46236[Reply]

Hate this anime girl
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 No.47512

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hard to say when the last time i saw such a hateable cast was

like mizuhara though she's nice

 No.47592

don't know anything about this anime but reading the post it reminded me of golden time anime, same problem with the norms

 No.47599

>>47592
Golden Time's characters were at least bearable.

 No.48224

i really don’t know if i can keep watching this show
i want to it seems like a good enough show but I just cant take all the cringe and embarrassment
mami is too evil
main guy too cringe
glasses girl is too i don’t know but she is still too much
this beach episode is only episode 3 and there are still other girls presumable for MC to clumsily lust over

 No.48225

I like it because it's so terrible. It reminds me of watching Tommy Wiseau in The Room. It's fun




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 No.48009[Reply]

sometimes when I get in bed and close my eyes I find myself terrified of falling asleep
is the person who wakes up still me? in falling asleep and losing consciousness do I temporarily die?
I often end up terrified of my own dreams, not because the content of them frightens me but instead because I am not sure what reality I will be brought to, I dont think there is anything more frightening than losing control of your reality
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 No.48212

>>48142
He could have lost them after impregnating the mother.

 No.48220

>>48209
>if you're in a coma for more than a few months you'll probably die
Aren't there like machines that make sure you don't die? Or do they only exist in fiction?

 No.48223

>>48220
yeah, they turn them off

 No.48226

>>48223
Makes sense.

 No.48232

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>>48212
Excellent point. And a bachelor could be a divorcee, making him not married but also not unmarried as in never married. Unless you mean you only become unmarried after someone unmarries you, making ALL "bachelors" divorcees. English especially is completely fubar regarding suffixes like in inflammable and unflammable, as was discovered by one Doctor Nick.

Paraphrasing Jordan Peterson, I don't love the Pole, I just hate the Brits.




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