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John Smith ## Admin ## 13/03/17(Sun)06:48 No. 39798 [Reply] [Last 50 posts] Stickied

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Dear John,

I have come to visit you for the first time in quite a while, and I must say that your board is dreadfully boring.
Now I know you may see this as a compliment, but I assure you that it is not. This was once a source of pride for me - conversations were held on many topics and the superiority of Pepsi-Cola was never in question. It seems that through the years you have all forgotten the statement of this board: Every conversation is uninteresting.
This does not mean that only excessively droll conversation is allowed. You may talk about anything, especially topics that may not be suited for other boards.

Why am I telling you this, John?
I fear the trends over that past year have created a circlejerk in shades of gray; every man stroking unenthusiastically and not a single climax reached. The board approaches an insipid singularity and the userbase stagnates and shrinks.

What do I feel I can do to halt this monotony?
Remove this monochrome veil.
Turn off the elevator's wail.
Take back your own names.
Move from completely uninteresting to mild interest.

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John Smith 15/11/25(Wed)19:25 No. 44969



John Smith ## Mod ## 12/11/23(Fri)22:44 No. 38299 [Reply] Locked Stickied

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Welcome to /eh/

Where everything is just... eh...

/eh/ is not for crying, /rnb/ is for crying.

John Smith ## Mod ## 12/11/23(Fri)22:46 No. 38300

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The music is from the Tenpenny Tower lobby in Fallout 3.


John Smith 15/11/24(Tue)09:19 No. 44964 [Reply]

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I feel like there's nothing left to do in life. I'm not going anywhere and I don't know where I should be going.

John Smith 15/11/24(Tue)09:29 No. 44965

I feel the fucking same man. Life is so dull and pointless. And I can't really see myself going anywhere past this point.

John Smith 15/11/25(Wed)11:30 No. 44968

maybe it's time for a significant change, John.
You should do something different.
you could drop everything, sell all your stuff, and travel across a faraway country, perhaps explore some mountains or the great oceans. Or, find a new hobby. try something different. try meditating. maybe you'll discover something new about yourself. maybe you're missing love. think about who you love. maybe you'll find someone to love when you're doing the different thing.

best of luck to you, John.

John Smith 15/04/13(Mon)06:44 No. 44426 [Reply]

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I live in the American Midwest, so I hear people refer to the daily meal schedule as breakfast, dinner, and supper. I've never liked this. My family always had breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I associate the word 'supper' with backwoods hicks. I've never liked it. Do any of you Johns have anything to say about this? Little language peeves of yours?

New computer, so here's a stock photo of a desert mesa.

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John Smith 15/11/19(Thu)12:09 No. 44946

Some time ago, I discovered that "irregardless" is, in fact, an official English word, and ever since that discovery, the world has been slightly more disappointing.

John Smith 15/11/22(Sun)09:31 No. 44957

It's more of a plausible cognate than a word.

English is very flexible and allows a lot of room for tacking whatevet prefixes and suffixes you like on whatever you choose for a base.

John Smith 15/11/24(Tue)20:10 No. 44967

To me the order is:
(Afternoon Tea)
Dinner (aka Tea hence [Tea-time])

This makes me sound like I eat a lot but I assure you I survive mostly on one/two meals a day.

John Smith 15/11/22(Sun)08:43 No. 44956 [Reply]

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Rather than a long walk, I had a long boat ride.

John Smith 15/11/24(Tue)13:29 No. 44966

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I had another long boat ride home.

I made an acquaintence.

John Smith 15/11/22(Sun)18:16 No. 44958 [Reply]

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Please help me in my architecture project by answering a little survey about Cat café :)
I thank you in advance.


John Smith 15/11/23(Mon)00:37 No. 44959

submitted just now

i would love to visit a cat cafe. can you open one in my city?

John Smith 15/11/23(Mon)08:07 No. 44962

Do you think it's possible to construct an allergy-safe cat cafe? I like cats, but my nose, throat, and eyes do not.

John Smith 15/11/23(Mon)17:07 No. 44963

Cat allergies are mostly due to the allergens in the fur, some breeds are favoured due to having/shedding less. A better alternative would be shaving the cats so there is no hair in the first place, and it would also prevent the whole "there's a hair in my soup" situation being prevalent.

As a bonus 'Shaved Cat Cafe' is more fun to roll of the tongue.

John Smith 15/11/19(Thu)12:17 No. 44947 [Reply]

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I was on my way home from work tonight when I noticed a half-smoked cigarette sitting on one of the entry posts outside of the train station, still burning steadily. I was overcome with a brief but compelling desire to pick it up and finish it. I've never smoked in my life, mind you, but the smell of cigarettes has always been comforting to me. I reckon they smell better than they taste, though.

Do you have any psychologically telling moments to share, John?

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John Smith 15/11/20(Fri)12:31 No. 44951

I've always been under the impression that it had something to do with my chronic depression. I've always been the type to like seedy clubs, dangerous substances, the suicide trip, basically. I think my love of cigarette smoke was a young manifestation of that. I could be wrong though.

As it stands, I don't do a lot of dangerous things, but I accomplished a good deal when I was 21. I think I romanticize these things because I try not to give in to my suicidal tendencies, which I figure results in a sort of hedonistic fetishism of unhealthy things.

John Smith 15/11/23(Mon)07:55 No. 44960

>psychologically telling moments

I look away from strangers on eye contact, even if I wasn't really looking directly at them. I've learned to compensate in many ways, but this reflex reminds me of my lack of confidence.

Also, they do smell better than they taste--until you quit, then they both taste and smell awful.

John Smith 15/11/23(Mon)08:04 No. 44961

>the suicide trip

Something we have in common, John. I've never been able to decide if it was a symptom of depression or a facination with all things dangerous, nor which came first. Since I was a young boy, despite coming from a good family and making rather good marks in school, I've always been drawn to illicit interests and risk-taking.

John Smith 15/11/21(Sat)01:33 No. 44953 [Reply]

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I bought 22 quids worth of fish and chips today, I had one portion of it and gave the rest to my brother. Some of it is still left in the kitchen and I think I'd finish it off when it's midnight.

John Smith 15/11/21(Sat)01:35 No. 44954

I am also partial to some fish and chips John.

I'm making some toast right now, will probably spread some butter on it.

John Smith 15/11/21(Sat)01:38 No. 44955

I've not had any toast for a while now, might have some with peanut butter tomorrow morning but that depends on whether I get up early enough to bother with breakfast. I need to clean my room tomorrow so I've got that to look forward to.

John Smith 15/05/08(Fri)07:41 No. 44492 [Reply]

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I went to the corner store to buy some cigarettes.

What did you buy, John?

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John Smith 15/11/13(Fri)16:20 No. 44932

>I stood there and felt pretty tired.

Brutally mundane.

I like it John. Did you find this at a corner store?

John Smith 15/11/19(Thu)21:00 No. 44949

I got two packs of cigarettes, one Marlboro smooth and one Marlboro 27. Thought i'd shake things up. I found that i don't particularly enjoy either.
I also got a small bag of cheetos puffs for my girlfriend.

John Smith 15/11/20(Fri)18:36 No. 44952

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Just some random stuff to eat... I actually just needed change for the laundromat.

John Smith 15/11/13(Fri)05:57 No. 44931 [Reply]

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Hey Johns, are you ready for winter? I'm ready for the relaxing snowfall, hot coffee, and some gaming.

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John Smith 15/11/15(Sun)01:38 No. 44936

I really do love winters, John.
There's nothing like walking around the deserted campus in -25c, sitting in a warm place and having my breakfast.

John Smith 15/11/17(Tue)06:58 No. 44939

I love winter, John. It will be swell to catch up on all my indoor activities and computer maintenance.

I need to vacuum out my tower, organize my files, back up some hard drives, and discard the old ones. The whole process will take hours and I feel much less guilty about spending a cold, cloudy day inside because I don't miss all the wonderful picnics that the misses often invites me to. Thankfully, few of my fellow gentleman have picnics in the cold, so I do not need to use my usual excuse of "backup day" to avoid their pleasant company where we discuss things like how nice it is outside and whatever we are blessed to watch on the news.

John Smith 15/11/19(Thu)21:04 No. 44950

John, you make my heart ache with all this winter talk.
I miss winter dearly, but now i go to school in florida.
There is no winter here.

i miss the cold, the snow, the icy breeze, the desolate, silent world of grey and white.. it was so wonderful.

maybe next year.

i hope you have a wonderful winter, John.

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