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John Smith 18/11/22(Thu)14:17 No. 46772 [Reply]

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Hello John,

I'm just doing my usual once every two years stop by to see how things are with you.

My life hasn't changed that much, I may have different people around me but I am still the same.

What about you, John?

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John Smith 18/12/04(Tue)08:55 No. 46805

Welcome back, John.
I too am stopping by for my yearly check of this website.
Not much has changed for me, as is to be expected.
I hope you enjoy your visit here.
Say hi to Dave for me if you can.

Yours truly,

John Smith 18/12/26(Wed)23:16 No. 46829

Dear John,

I've been stopping in every year or so or what feels like 4 or 5 years now. Since the last time I wrote you quite a bit has changed. Many interesting and exciting things have happened in my life. But I don't want to overexcite you so I'll leave them unspoken. The sky stays the same in winter, and the roads of my hometown, which I am now visiting, don't seem to have changed much either, outside of a few extra cracks. That's to be expected though, everyone gets wrinkles as they age.

Yuri Gagarin could probably testify to that if he were living and given a chance to fly through space once again; I doubt what he saw looking down on us will look all that different today from what it did when he looked at it then.

That many things don't change is comforting, even while you are living excitement. And so I'm happy to see that here remains mostly the same. And I will write you again sometime next year.


John Smith.

John Smith 19/01/18(Fri)20:41 No. 46847

Dear John,

All and all, good. Dealing with stress and figuring out what to do with my life, as always. Dad passed away too. We weren't close, but I miss him.

Regarding your situation, and most of ours, is that we don't allow ourselves to change. But anyways, hope things are looking up on your side.



P.S.: Don't forget to come around more often, you're always welcome.

John Smith 18/04/29(Sun)16:22 No. 46561 [Reply]

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I was given something called a waterflosser which I think is such a fantastic invention. It has changed my daily life for the better but even so I have little reason to bring it up in any conversation. Are there any tools you use that you have little opportunity to praise?

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John Smith 18/12/30(Sun)05:41 No. 46835

A kitchen faucet with a tall gooseneck is nice for washing dishes, it won't get in the way of large pots.

John Smith 19/01/01(Tue)06:27 No. 46841

I skipped out on my nightly flossing and brushing due to New Year's festivities. I'd gotten into a rhythm with it over the past couple weeks, and I feel a little guilty about it. It reminded me of your thread though, and I figured I'd stop by and say happy new year.

John Smith 19/01/04(Fri)19:33 No. 46842

It doubles as a handheld bidet too.

John Smith 18/11/09(Fri)02:56 No. 46734 [Reply]

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I've got a small lipoma in my face.


(Also shops. Gee, Google AI sure does like shops.)

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John Smith 18/11/09(Fri)08:17 No. 46737

Me too

John Smith 18/11/09(Fri)11:03 No. 46738

Not mundane when it has this fibrous capsule and has to be squeezed "dry" every forthnight (creating small bruises).

How was your day?

John Smith 18/12/30(Sun)06:09 No. 46836

My day was fine, John.

John Smith 18/09/14(Fri)13:28 No. 46688 [Reply]

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Hello John. I hope your weekend will end up as uninteresting as mine.

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John Smith 18/12/15(Sat)09:22 No. 46821

Dear John

I accept your wishes as they can be read.


John Smith

John Smith 18/12/15(Sat)19:02 No. 46824

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I was supposed to work all day today to make up for the day after Christmas but my bosses said fuck it and threw a party instead. I get paid for the day anyway so that's nice.

John Smith 18/12/17(Mon)10:38 No. 46826

Dear John

My weekend was almost interesting as it suddenly began snowing during the night and I had to try my best to not look directly at it.
Luckily, though, such interesting business has been averted as my blinds close automatically.

Yours truly,

John Smith 18/09/11(Tue)00:49 No. 46684 [Reply]

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Hey John, would it matter if they found out who you REALLY were?

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John Smith 18/11/12(Mon)08:22 No. 46739

Dear John,

I wonder what you mean by 'who you REALLY were'? I am myself all the time and never anyone else. Is this a hypothetical question you are asking? I work at the meat factory, mind you; not at MI6.

Nice screencap from They Live by the way! What a classic movie, I remember watching it in the cinema with Dave.

John Smith 18/11/19(Mon)23:54 No. 46767

>I don't work at MI6
MI6 detected, that's ok though.

John Smith 18/12/15(Sat)09:19 No. 46820

Dear John,

This feels as if you were trying to make me feel in certain uncomfortable way. I reccomend you to take take this seriously, try communicating with another words so this messsage is not taken how you don't intend it to be.

This answer will be as you thought. No.

Yours truly,

John Smith

John Smith 17/08/17(Thu)02:08 No. 46178 [Reply]

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I'm at the laundromat. Feels pretty /eh/ in here.

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John Smith 18/12/03(Mon)18:29 No. 46802

Laundromats are really nice places, at least for me. It takes me back to living in NYC and walking around the area with my mom when I was younger. I never go to laundromats anymore, except on rare occasions where our washer isn't working. It's always nice to visit and walk around a familiar place.

John Smith 18/12/04(Tue)08:58 No. 46806

Dear John,

Laundromats seem like pleasant places, although usually the ones in my area are crowded and full of mean-looking types. I guess that is just how things are in this part of town, though, and I'm glad you find enjoyment in your laundromat.

- John

John Smith 18/12/11(Tue)14:46 No. 46810

Spent a lot of quality time at a laundromat in university. Would usually go there with roomates and sometimes other friends to shoot the breeze and watch our laundry go round. It was a lot more /eh/ than other social situations; no one was dressed in anything fashionable, no one brought homework along, the only soundtrack was the sound of laundry machines and dryers.

One of my roomates was a local, and mentioned the place had an original Mario Bros. (1983) arcade machine in his childhood. Unfortunately, it had long since been replaced by front-loading washers.

John Smith 17/08/27(Sun)18:34 No. 46189 [Reply]

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I'm not hungry yet I'm craving chicken nuggets.

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John Smith 17/10/19(Thu)02:35 No. 46245

Spicy chicken nuggets are $1.49 now too.

They're really not spicy but at least they have some flavor, unlike the normal kind.

All they need now is szechuan sauce.

John Smith 17/12/08(Fri)18:22 No. 46311

Wow, calm down there John. That use of an exclamation mark has no business on this board.

John Smith 18/12/06(Thu)18:32 No. 46808

I can relate John. A few days ago I was craving chicken tenders. I ordered the chicken tenders from a diner, and they weren't as good as i once tasted. I usually find that diner food is decent, but these chicken tenders was just bad. I don't want to eat chicken tendies for the next few months.

John Smith 18/11/27(Tue)18:26 No. 46780 [Reply]

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It's already pretty muddy, cloudy, cold, and the occasional snowflakes arise, and it's not even Winter yet. I'm in the middle of fall, and it feels as though I'm already half way through winter. I don't like the winter, because it brings along the winter blues. An ideal place to stay would be a place where it's warm and sunny all day. I hate the winter, and love the summer.

What's your favorite season?

John Smith 18/11/28(Wed)14:23 No. 46789

Fall. It's not to cold, it's not too hot, it's not too lush, it is the Goldilocks of seasons. It's all just /eh/.

John Smith 18/12/06(Thu)18:31 No. 46807

My favorite season is the summer because I enjoy sunbathing and I don't get sick in the summer.

John Smith 17/07/23(Sun)21:51 No. 46153 [Reply]

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Yesterday I was going through the laundry in my dryer and found my earbuds. I thought they would be dead from the water and the plastic was a bit melted, but they still work. Anyone else have luck like this?

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John Smith 17/07/29(Sat)18:41 No. 46162

Same thing happened to me as well, though they were inside my jacket's pocket.
Thought they were a goner for sure, yet they're still working fine.

John Smith 18/12/03(Mon)18:32 No. 46803

I had an iPod touch that I dropped in the toilet. It worked for a few days, I dried it in rice and everything functioned as normal, except for the fact that a few days later, it stopped.

John Smith 18/12/03(Mon)19:23 No. 46804

Water only shorts out an active electrical device. That's why you can clean your keyboard by putting it in a dishwasher.

John Smith 18/11/27(Tue)18:32 No. 46782 [Reply]

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I have replaced over half of my meals with soylent because I hate eating. I think that eating is meaningless and I would rather have a nice meal with my family once in a while instead of having a bunch of boring reheated leftovers every day. My parents don't understand it, but they pay for it and let me "eat it." I also worry that before I adopted my diet, I worried that I wasn't getting enough nutrients since I felt sickly all the time. Soylent is easy, and it's my happy medium between junk food and literal stalks of lettuce.

What about you? Have you tried any experimental diets?

John Smith 18/11/27(Tue)23:27 No. 46786

Well John I eat what I like within reason but I do understand how boring it can be trying to cook for just yourself. Before you wholly give up on it maybe looks up multiple recipes using the same ingredients. I find rice to be very versatile.

John Smith 18/11/28(Wed)04:07 No. 46787


I understand where you're coming from John, but unfortunately, leading up to this point with the soylent diet, I've been eating rice for as long as i can remember. My family is not ethnic, we are white. And yet we've been eating basmati and brown rice for as long as I can remember.

It's been getting to a point where i loathe all pasta and rice since it's been shoved down my throat for as long as I can remember. I hate pasta. I hate rice. Every kind of Asian noodle except Udon noodles I can tolerate.
I am sick of rice, and I'm sick of pasta.

John Smith 18/12/01(Sat)10:35 No. 46797

John, I can empathize. I purchased one of those green powder drink mixes because I found eating whole vegetables and fruits time consuming and laborious. The problem with that is, even the most nutrient dense formulas out there are still only intended as supplements and not replacements.

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