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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 14/10/08(Wed)20:07 No. 43814


The only problem with diet sodas of any kind is that they taste like absolute shit. They are uniformly and without exception the most vile tasting liquid an individual can swill. No one should be forced to drink diet soda and there is something wrong with those who do so voluntarily. QED.

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 15/01/17(Sat)03:16 No. 44113 [Reply]

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Giada so cute.
Not my type.
You keep cooking, girl.

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John Smith 15/01/17(Sat)04:41 No. 44115

I don't know who that is, or why.

John Smith 15/01/25(Sun)00:50 No. 44138


She cooks in tv.

John Smith 15/01/26(Mon)07:36 No. 44139

Silly anon, jews don't cook in tv's.
They cook in ovens!

John Smith 15/01/17(Sat)22:15 No. 44122 [Reply]

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90% of the responses or questions I ask on the internet, I delete. I thank 7chan for this behavior.

What does John thank 7chan for?

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John Smith 15/01/20(Tue)02:04 No. 44127

I thank 7chan for giving me some quality internetting while I was jobless from 2007-2010. Seriously, thank you guys.

John Smith 15/01/20(Tue)15:43 No. 44129

I thank it for being there in my uber suicidal stretch in 2012. Nice place to visit during that time.

John Smith 15/01/24(Sat)13:00 No. 44137



John Smith 14/11/28(Fri)01:43 No. 43954 [Reply]

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Hello John,

tell me something interesting about the city you live in,
I would find it uninterestingly amusing.

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John Smith 15/01/22(Thu)00:16 No. 44132

My city, at least according to Wikipedia, was an epicenter of the 2008 Housing Market Crash. You're welcome.
--Sarasota, Florida

John Smith 15/01/22(Thu)10:48 No. 44135

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Guten Morgen, guys. I want to tell you about the most uninteresting town in the world. Have you ever heard about Taganrog? Of course, you didn't. It's in the south of Russia. All my life I've been dreaming to go away from this scrap-heap, where people earn an average 50 pounds a month, everyone wears equal and vapid clothes. There's no doubt, that if you look a little more different than this gray moody mass, you'll be a laughing-stock. It's a seaport, town of dirty labors and bargainers. There's no any possibilities and perspectives. All this town is impregnated with despair and melancholy. Wanna get out of here as soon as possible. In winter it looks like a pic

John Smith 15/01/23(Fri)11:02 No. 44136

Fuuuck, I'm sorry to hear that, Mr Russian Guyovitch. We have a long hard winter here too, but at least everything is covered in snow. If it's going to be cold, it might as well look pretty.

Do you know how to clean and do construction work on buildings? Because maybe you could find a few closed local places of historical value that need some work, and write to your government and tell them you want to work to fix them up as cultural icons for the glory of the motherland or whatever, and see if you write them a number of times if they'll set you up with some materials and equipment and $ to do the job. My friend in Romania did that and two years later, he has 20 employees and they go around the country restoring old lost places and make them beautiful again.

I was just looking at this place, look what a beautiful that building it is:


It would be truly great to see such a place restored and open to the people again as an art center, where children could learn to dance and paint and play music and people could come and see performances and contribute a little here & there to keep it running, so everyone doesn't go crazy in the winter.

John Smith 15/01/11(Sun)11:55 No. 44093 [Reply]

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Throughout the years, the televisions we have owned had terrible audio settings, in that the numbers it was programmed with to set the volume did not meet my satisfaction. The closest numbers would usually be something between 15 and 20, but the lower number would be too quiet the next consecutive number would be too loud, adding to the obnoxiousness of everyday television viewing. Don't even get me started on commercials, let along today's programming. Our most recent television has a magic number though. 17 is just the right volume level in which the television is understandable and not yelling at me. It's been a big help, through most of my life, my parents have had the television on nearly all the time to the point of which it has interfered with my sleep patterns and studies all through school, including college, which I dropped out of which i tried to concentrate on, but couldn't because the infernal television was always on distracting me as well as a slew of emotional problems.

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John Smith 15/01/21(Wed)05:33 No. 44130

Are you obsessive-compulsive John?

John Smith 15/01/22(Thu)04:19 No. 44133

I could possibly have OCPD or mild assburgers but I haven't been diagnosed and I'm not the kind to run around like, "I have such-and-such", because I'm an annoying, know-it-all dork with ineternet. Or did I just do that?

John Smith 15/01/22(Thu)04:28 No. 44134


John Smith 15/01/12(Mon)04:01 No. 44098 [Reply]

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I generally try to live a clean life, eating healthy and excercising (I made a thread about this change in lifestyle almost a year ago, if you remember) but today I hung out with friends and had a generous number of beers, and I must say it feels good to be buzzed out on alcohol again.

Here's a photo of a cat that used to chill in my backyard a lot.

I Hope you have a nice day at least once in a while too, John. Cheers.

John Smith 15/01/17(Sat)21:50 No. 44121

Were you the John who wanted to try a new lifestyle to see if he could?

Good to hear you made it a year; worthy of a reward I'd say.

John Smith 15/01/18(Sun)18:17 No. 44126


Thanks, John Smith. This lifestyle change thing is something I started a while back as well and eventhough it can be difficult at times the positive aspects of it outweigh the negative ones greatly for me. Adapting to a different kind of social life is the toughest cookie to crack, but I'm a crackin it. Keep up what you're doing, I guess.

John Smith 15/01/21(Wed)05:43 No. 44131

I've considered following your example in fact, but the last time I tried to make a change for the better I was met with acute social rejection and my intentions were angrily dissmissed with threats by my peers. After two months of resistance and perseverance, I caved into the social and professional pressure.

(long story short, quitting drinking and getting back on my medication is unnaceptable in all circles of my current life; starting over in a new location with a new identity is the only way it could ever happen)

John Smith 15/01/15(Thu)12:24 No. 44110 [Reply]

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Sometimes I get the feeling my neighbours' lives are so /eh/ they have nothing better to do than concern themselves with what I do and don't do and even try to emulate the way I communicate. Kind of like this song;


John Smith 15/01/16(Fri)08:06 No. 44111

Maybe they want to be your friend John
Would you like to be their friend?

John Smith 15/01/18(Sun)18:13 No. 44125


Not really, no.

John Smith 15/01/12(Mon)03:03 No. 44095 [Reply]

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It seems that someone's been very heartwarmingly /eh/ in Wikipedia, descripting the synopsis of Eddie Murphy's 80's hit song Party All The Time (Yes, the actor Eddie Murphy.)

Some of you may even know the song from the soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto V.


"The song tells a harrowing tale from the perspective of a heartbroken lover, portrayed in the first-person by Eddie Murphy. He begins by questioning, perhaps rhetorically, why the female with whom he is currently participating in a relationship would want to cause him emotional pain. The narrator goes on to list extravagant items he's purchased for her, including, but not limited to: Champagne, Roses, and Diamond rings. Despite the items that the narrator has given, the female still insists on staying out all night (presumably in the company of other men). The narrator then poses perhaps another rhetorical question as to what he should do to remedy this depressing situation. The listener is then repeatedly informed that the narrator's "girl" wishes to attend nightclubs and house parties at all hours of the day and night. Later on, the narrator points out that he's acted as a voyeur and observed said female whilst she was present at an unknown nightclub. She was seen providing her telephone number to virtually every male patron of the club with whom she came in verbal contact. We are then informed that the narrator's female companion never arrives at their place of residence in the evening. Her absence is believed to be caused by infidelity, presumably with one or many of the men with whom she became acquainted earlier that evening. The narrator then goes on to wish that his female companion would have sexual intercourse with him, instead of the many other men with whom he infers she has been copulating."

By comparison I give you the original lyrics too. I wish music was more /eh/. Also picture is not related.

Girl I can't understand it, why you want to hurt me
After all of the things i've done for you
I buy you champagne, roses and put diamonds on your fingers
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John Smith 15/01/12(Mon)03:40 No. 44097

>Some of you may even know the song from the soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto V.
That would explain why people younger than me have suddenly became aware of the song.

John Smith 15/01/15(Thu)09:45 No. 44109

It's funny that you say that, because I just went through that. This:


...was one of my favorite songs when it came out, and when I looked up the video on yourtube, I found it was full of kids talking about it being part of this same video game music.

And then, not long after, I looked up to see if one of my favorite electronic artists, Ray Lynch, had ever made any videos to go with his beautiful work of art, the Deep Breakfast album,


...and what do you know? It was full of kids saying it'd been used in this very same video game.

I don't know if the universe is trying to tell me that I should sit down and play that video game or what.
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John Smith 15/01/17(Sat)21:41 No. 44119

More wikipedia articles should be so uninterestingly written; it aligns with the encyclopedic ideals of neutral point of view and dispassionate presentation of information.

We should lobby wikipedia to add a new flag for non-/eh/ articles:
"Intriguing: The content of this article may be too interesting for casual reading."

John Smith 15/01/03(Sat)09:48 No. 44046 [Reply]

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Should I make some soup?

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John Smith 15/01/12(Mon)20:26 No. 44100

that's funny, i just made soup.

John Smith 15/01/16(Fri)18:42 No. 44112

Two days ago I made some rice soup, but after a while it just became rice.

John Smith 15/01/17(Sat)21:32 No. 44118

Sounds like Zosui, which is considered a soup.

Japanese cuisine offers a number of rice soups that are both satisfyingly filling and undisturbingly bland.

You might also like Ochazuke, a rice soup made with tea.

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