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John Smith 19/02/03(Sun)12:47 No. 46863
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I'm new to 7chan. What is the difference beetwen 7chan and 4chan? Please don't bully.

(The rules, John)


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John Smith 19/02/03(Sun)17:47 No. 46865
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John, if I remember my math, the difference is three. I do not venture unto the boards of the negroid breasts, so I do not know what it is like there. But 7 is quite eh, at least on this board.
It's like a place to come home to here. Maybe not much of a home, but it's adequate.


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John Smith 19/02/14(Thu)05:16 No. 46871

>>46865
/eh/ is a small, clean corporate housing studio apartment. /grim/, however, is one of those internet booths. It's not even a room, just a cubicle. Whole place smells like ramen and despair.


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John Smith 19/02/14(Thu)23:11 No. 46874

7chan is cooler


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John Smith 19/02/17(Sun)05:12 No. 46875

>>46871
/grim/ squats. At least /eh/ pays rent. You jst happen to find a bunch of febreze dryer sheets on the floor.


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John Smith 19/02/18(Mon)08:10 No. 46876

Time to call the doggies off

Tired of the shadow hand

Slap me to the side again

Slapped in the face again

One day my plane leaves

Some day my head creeps


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John Smith 19/02/24(Sun)05:41 No. 46880
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>>46876
This is /eh/. We don't have doggies.
We have starlinge, the most /eh/ of birds.


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John Smith 19/02/24(Sun)21:42 No. 46881

>>46880
Dear John
A properly gentleman should always own a dog in my opinion. There's no better companion than mans best friend.
Your Friend
John Smith


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John Smith 19/02/24(Sun)22:46 No. 46882

>>46881

Not to be contentious but I feel I must remind you that the board of etiquette is >>/class/1 and if you wish to proceed with a quarrel we should take it outside to the vineyard >>/v/2008 where we can share a fine bottle of red during our discourse.

J. Smith Esq.


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John Smith 19/02/26(Tue)03:39 No. 46883
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>>46880
>the most /eh/ of birds
I beg to differ, John. Their melodies are rather complex and in large flocks they can de-fruit an entire cherry tree in mere minutes.

I say a wood pigeon is a far more suitable candidate, as there is nothing particularly remarkable about this bird. I'd like you to take a moment and look at this bird, John.


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John Smith 19/02/27(Wed)03:39 No. 46884
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>>46883
Dear John Smith,
While I agree that the wood pigeon is quite unremarkable, if you are to choose a pigeon, I see the Rock Pigeon (or "rat of the sky") to be a more suitable choice. Compared to the wood pigeon, which is endemic to Europe, the rock pigeon is far more ubiquitous and found in most major cities of the world. Even more uninteresting than the rock pigeon, however, is the common sparrow. This bird is absolutely unremarkable and common.

-John Smith


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John Smith 19/02/28(Thu)13:16 No. 46888

>>46884
I've always been curious as to whether sparrows can walk, because I've only ever seen them hop around.


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John Smith 19/03/04(Mon)05:29 No. 46897

>>46880
Starlings are actually quite skilled in the art of mimicry and can even learn to talk. Their mass aerial acrobatics are also impressive.


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John Smith 19/03/15(Fri)04:09 No. 46903

>>46897
That is something I can confirm. I watch birds a lot, and Starlings talk many dialects. I think they speak dolpin, and maybe even narwhal.


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John Smith 19/03/17(Sun)17:52 No. 46905

I saw a cardinal yesterday. I didn't think they came up this far so that was an unexpected treat.



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