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 No.1168088[Reply]

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With the recent success of a certain video game to video series adaption, there is some money to be made from the hype.
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 No.1168090

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>>1168089
Very violent.

It's just Equestria having a Fallout apocalypse. Guns and everything.

It wasn't too bad, but I don't think it needs to be anything more than a fun crossover fanfiction.

 No.1168091

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>>1168090
>>1168089
We can out-edge the 10ties

 No.1168093

>>1168089

Well you know what they say..

War

War sometimes different


 No.1167944[Reply]

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I was just hanging out online, winding down for bed, when I get a call from my friend.

Thinking, "great. Did his car die again?" I answer the phone. He says "I'm outside, looking at the northern lights right now!"

I go outside to see them, but I had no good angle. So he came over, and we walked about half a mile in the dark, till we found an open area.

Now I've never seen the northern lights outside of videos and pictures online. So when we looked, at first it looked like bluish cloud cover, but at that late of night with no Moonglow, you could see the horizon

Then it started to glow brighter, and the blue gave way to red! And it was like twilight with a splash of sun red faintly glowing. Then I noticed columns that would come to life, but disappear in an instant. It was incredible! I even saw a shooting star!

We stood outside for about an hour, but it started to fade, and storm clouds started to come in

I was able to get some pictures, and even with my potato phone, it came out pretty good! So I hope you enjoy!

Have you ever seen the northern lights?
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 No.1168036

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>>1168006
Unless I was having a some epically realistic dream, I'm pretty sure I got to see them when I was a little kid. It was really beautiful; I remember a lot of blues, greens, and turquoise

 No.1168039

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>>1168036
i mean, they look amazing, so i don't doubt a lot of folk think that they are having a dream!

i'm glad you got to see them though!

 No.1168050

>>1167963
Oh, what I shared is from NASA detailing the Voyager 1 spacecraft and all of its neat features! That big boy got launched in the mid-1970s way before all (or almost all) of us on /pony/ were born!

There's some additional info here!

https://www.gpb.org/news/2024/03/06/nasas-voyager-1-spacecraft-talking-nonsense-its-friends-on-earth-are-worried


 No.1168013[Reply]

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Meow?

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 No.1168027

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Cute!


 No.1167906[Reply]

>Started to get above 20 degrees

Springs over. The UK has fallen. Millions must melt in the sun.

But seriously, are you looking forward to summer? I'm not. I'm not built for heat, my ancestors were dirt poor potato farmers who lived their lives in rain and gloom. That's what I'm adapted for.

Give me Autumn anyday.. I'm not looking forward to the nights of rolling around in my own sweat while boiling like a lobster
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 No.1168023

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>>1168022
drop bears are a fabrication by the government to sell more boomerangs!

that little mulberry tree is a fighter! no weasel will go unpopped!

yeah, here the snow and cold sticks around for like 7 months of the year, so anytime it's above freezing, it's considered warm weather by a lot of folk.

still i can't wait till i can just wear t-shirts and not have to worry about it getting too cold ><

 No.1168024

>>1168023

Oh yeah. T-shirts and shorts are the winning combination and should be switched to as soon as possible, and kept for as long as possible into the year. In "it might snow" weather though, that's A Bit Much as asks go.

Are boomerangs even real though? What, a stick that just comes back to you? On its own? And it just knows where to go? Idk sounds fake as shit. In fact I think I recall seeing some video evidence of just how fake they are. Let's see... Ah, there it is. I've got to drop, but I will leave it for your perusal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2DZQHhL8cM

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>>1168023
>Drop Bears are a fabrication
You say that right until the moment I fly over your home in a private jet and drop a grizzly on it


 No.1167582[Reply]

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What do you normally eat for breakfast?
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 No.1167834

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>>1167833
Alright alright fair, you're all japing around. It's a bit hard to tell when that stuff went from "so extreme it's obvious a ludicrous joke" to "just my opinions man" online.

As for the fakeness... I dunno what to say. I didn't "abandon" anyone. Most of those people are people I haven't talked to for years. And yeah, I hate Discord, so I'm going to not use Discord if I have to make a zillion accounts just to use it because their captcha system's broken. I gave those people avenues to talk to me but it seemed like it was nothing too serious, so I forgot about it.

I hate weird flakes that abandon their friends too. I don't think I'm fake or anything, besides that I love spouting complete nonsense online. I'm definitely cynical about talking to other people because I've had people flake out on me, but I wouldn't want to leave anyone who actually cared about me hanging. If I did, I wouldn't have even come looking on here to talk to you. It would have been very simple to just ignore you were posting here at all, at least for the five minutes you weren't breaking site rules to do so.

 No.1167970

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Y'all ever get the impression you're only getting one half of the story?

[LAUGH TRACK]

 No.1167971

>>1167970
>Theme song plays


 No.1167723[Reply]

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What are some more things that sounded like good ideas but turned out to be bad ideas?
And vice versa, what are some more things that sounded like bad ideas but turned out to be good ideas?
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>>1167864
Welp, I love this Lapis drawing.

 No.1167866

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>>1167835
Lots of medicine-related things are kind of wild to me.

Like a PET scan. They inject you with a substance that basically created actual anti-matter inside of you (positrons) which combine with matter inside of your body (electrons) and then the scanner can scan for the actual annihilation event that happens when they combine, and then tell if you have cancer based on how this plays out.

It's wild stuff.

 No.1167957

In terms of inherently peculiar and even silly ideas working out really well, you can look at basically everything related to large domesticated rabbits:

>A) Trying to mold inherently skittish and terrified prey mammals so that they regard living with apex predators as happily normal in the first place.

>B) Trying to also somehow breed them to be as physically large as possible that they're almost like pet dogs at a certain point.

>C) Trying to emotionally win them over to the point that psychologically they seem to literally regard people as affectionate family (maybe not too different than even bigger bunnies).


 No.1166914[Reply]

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Have you watched any good anime recently?
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 No.1167046

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The last thing I watched not too long ago is the Perfect Blue film. It was on a list of the best horror anime ever.
It wasn't bad, but to be fair, I didn't feel that it was horror, really. Psychological thriller or something more like.
If it did set the precedent for Bojack Horseman's Showstopper then I admit that's a feat.

It's not really anime, but I did enjoy Wendigoon's breakdown of Uzumaki not too long ago.

At some point I need to go through Lucky Star again. I need something to scratch that Nichijou itch.

 No.1167071

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>>1167045
Listen the plot is really good okay I watch it for the plot or something.

I mean there's always been fanservice, right? I personally define fetishes as kinky stuff that isn't integrated into or seen as normal by wider society, so I can't say I've been made aware of any other non-hentai anime involving fetishes. Maybe Totally Spies but that's French and therefore not really anime.

>im also probably becoming a boomer, and im not even that old (or og, as they say nowadays).
Man I'm becoming a boomer and I'm literally Gen Z by the usual metric. These kids and their new-fangled isekai.

 No.1167942

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I have seen yet another video tearing into Lilly Orchard's analysis yesterday. Last one was tearing at the review of Steven Universe from a few people.

Not sure why it's now a revival time for dunking on Orchard.

At any rate, the video was in defense of Dungeon Meshi.
I am considering to pick up Dungeon Meshi on Netflix right now.


 No.1167703[Reply]

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ahhh cuisineart... the art... of cuisine.

perhaps this is the place one may talk about such cuisineart! but if only, there are not more cuisineartists, to food about from.
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 No.1167931

I made...well, you'd probably call it an omelette, but it's made in the oven and we call it "Egg cake" here, but whatevs

Eggs, paprika, salt, pepper and a bit of milk mixed up, poured over some sausage bits, onion, leek and red peppers, bit o cheese on top and then in the oven for a while.

Yummu stuffs.

 No.1167932

>>1167931
Quiche if pie dough
Frittata if not.

 No.1167933

>>1167932
No dough involved. Just the egg mix poured over the rest of the ingredients, then put in the oven for a while.

So I guess Frittata, but nobody here would call it that. Just "æggekage" for us.


 No.1167248[Reply]

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Damn, I had a really shitty day at work, so I got blazed.

Let's have a conversation without a fixed subject..
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 No.1167886

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>>1167878

Shit ... I've been stone cold sober all day today too.

 No.1167890

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>>1167886
dang andrea, you're gonna have to hook a sister up!

 No.1167904

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>>1167890

Despite the fact we both live in legal states, it might be a federal crime to mail you anything


 No.1159741[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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It's small and just starting to come online, but it alive.
Five years and finally have a chef title.

All things culinary here.
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 No.1167810

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>>1167774
You are adding higher concentration of capsaicin to lower.
The end product would be more spicy.
If done in reverse less because of your reference point.

 No.1167829

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>>1167810
So essentially, it is getting averages? Not just addititive

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 No.1167586[Reply]

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and also with you!
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 No.1167782

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>>1167780
if this is a serious question, you've been talking to some dodgy people.

 No.1167795

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>>1167780
LMAO, that's just people making up shit.  Moony is a good dude.

 No.1167799

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>>1167796


 No.1166304[Reply]

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Here's a question:
The story goes that Asian companies sometimes hire Western people just for the prestige of having them.

Suppose you land a position at such an Asian company.
You get a very nice paycheck, you have to come into the office in the morning at 8 and have to leave in the evening at 7.
You have to dress up nice enough. But you don't get any real assignment, besides staying in your own office, where you can play video games or do whatever you want on your office computer (as long as it doesn't make you look too unprofessional). You have no real obligations at all. Perhaps they'll ask you to read through an English document once in a blue moon.

Would you be willing to work such a job?
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 No.1166427

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I might take the job, get some financial security while using all that time at a distraction free office to teach myself skills necessary to commit fraud against the company

 No.1166465

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If we're taking everything at face value, hell yeah. I wanna get paid to sit there and look cute and have no responsibilities. It'd be exactly the same thing as I usually do except in a suit.

Is it kind of racist? Yeah. But supposedly I get a really fucking good deal out of it so whatever.

 No.1166502

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Why stop there? I'll start my own exotic corpo host club and offer gwailo services


 No.1167266[Reply]

>Society has fallen apart so much that zoomers are pretending it's 2009

You know what I take it back maybe the Zoomers are not that bad after all
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 No.1167691

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>>1167689

I'm a Xennial and I am ready to tear it all down myself.

 No.1167693

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>>1167691
Xennials grew up with the Ramones
Millennials grew up with What if God was one of us.

 No.1167694

>>1167334

Don't forget the updated version from 5 years ago!


 No.1163722[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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Hey everyone! Have you ever heard of "36 Questions to Fall in Love With"?

they are a series of questions that you ask your date or partner to become more vulnerable and build bonds with them, and then fall in love! How Romantic <3

now let's put those questions on a random number generator and make everyone answer in random order!

Nothing says love like asking a deep personal question that exposes vulnerability right off the bat!

(now the partner in question could be anyone, it doesn't have to be me [unless you wanna ;3], so i'll leave that one open to you to adress!)

so the rules are simple!

roll a 1d36 die, and whatever question/prompt you land on, answer or do that thing! it's super easy!

(to roll a 1d36, type <1d36> but replace the <> with [] )
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 No.1167603

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>>1167601
>>1167602

>34.Your house, containing everything you own, catches fire. After saving your loved ones and pets, you have time to safely make a final dash to save any one item. What would it be? Why?

My house

Jokes aside, it would be this giant handmade alpaca skin rug from peru. It's priceless and irreplaceable. Other memories like pictures and videos I have stored safely on two different cloud sources and two different external hard drives, one of which is always kept in a sturdy fireproof box.

 No.1167615

Huh. This one is back.

1d36 = 29

 No.1167616

>Share an embarrassing moment in your life.
Literally any time I make anything and I remember I am terrible at most things?

In seriousness, though, I don't remember many like... actually that embarassing moments. I don't really give myself crap for "cringe" when I was a kid, for instance.

I did have a habit of sounding a lot more crass and harsh than I intended when I wanted to correct someone on the stuff they said to me, or if they misunderstood something I said - and I am definitely not proud of that, cause it sounded pretty assholish. It was never the intention, but I used to be a lot angrier and assume a lot more ill intent from folks. So I guess that's it?


 No.1167344[Reply]

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ヒヒーン  :aj4:
ITT: post pics of horses wearing armor!

https://twitter.com/skenzyme/status/1785693724934041864
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 No.1167490

>>1167488
I assure you that no matter what you request off of 'em, they have heard weirder.

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