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Thaya

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In Topic: Hairdresser just fucked my hair

26 July 2015 - 02:51 PM


In Topic: [Music] What are you listening to?

23 July 2015 - 03:59 PM

dopest mix i've heard in a while



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In Topic: An honest to god question

19 July 2015 - 11:42 PM

yes it makes you master race

In Topic: Cool story bro

19 July 2015 - 05:39 PM

View PostFTRouslan, on 19 July 2015 - 01:28 AM, said:

You want a cool story? I'll tell you a cool story.

When I was in high school, we had pretty big bathrooms. You would figure they'd have toilet paper always stocked in there, right? Wrong. This one time, I had to take a shit really bad. I penguin-legged it into the bathrooms, went into a stall, and unleashed a huge torrent of diarrhea into the toilet bowl. As soon as I finished, I grabbed for the toilet paper. And what did I find? Nothing. An empty toilet paper dispenser. So I had exit the stall with my pants only halfway pulled up to avoid getting shit all over them, and go into the other stall. But guess what? The other stall was locked. There was nobody in there, some fucknut managed to lock the door after they were done taking a shit. So I had to crawl on the piss-soaked floor and go under the stall door. AND GUESS FUCKING WHAT?! There was no toilet paper in this stall either. At this time I didn't know about the trick of using your socks to wipe your ass, so I had only one choice. I had to sit down on the toilet, scoop up the residual shit on my asshole with my fingers, and paint it on the wall like a (literally) shitty finger paint project to get rid of the diarrhea covering my anus. That bathroom wall completely covered in streaks of shit is a testament to the desperate struggle man faces in the search for things to wipe their ass with.
sorry to hear that

maybe this will help


In Topic: Television > Movies

23 June 2015 - 11:03 PM

View PostBuglamp, on 23 June 2015 - 06:14 PM, said:



TV shows have more variance now though. Some are only one season(and not just because they got cancelled). Or one season = one separate story, like True Detective is doing. I've watched some TV shows in one sitting before or close to it.

Some TV shows are also almost like mini-movies each episode. Black Mirror for example, each episode is a separate experience and a complete story.
i was gonna mention black mirror while reading the first paragraph of the post =)

but it's not exactly a 'tv show', it's tagged as "mini-series" on imdb. pretty sure a separate tag like this exists for a reason - it's a different format

speaking of black mirror though, i thought the sequel was kind of underwhelming compared to the original. it just kinda felt like they tried too hard to make it "even more powerful" than the first one so it just ended up a mess. still watched all 3 parts though, wasn't too bad

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