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665680 No.9556   [Reply]
My bunny
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>> No.17308  
Speaking of bunnies, here's a cam that shows a bunny sometimes, when it's not off camera, which is often

http://hakkay.ddo.jp/CgiStart?page=Single
>> No.17310  
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>> No.17396  
>>17308
That cage sure is small.
>> No.17411  
>>17396
Many years ago I got two baby rabbits for free from a friend. I didn't want to buy a cage so I put it into one of the many small cardboard boxes I had(how is that for small?). Sometimes I had to leave for someplace so I'd dump alot of food in there and close the box so they wouldn't jump out. I would usually be gone for a couple of days. It'd be pitch black in there with a strong stench of piss and shit and most of the times the food had been completely eaten so I wonder if it was enough. Cleaning was easy at least, just replace the old box with a new cardboard box.

After they died, my friend gave me another baby rabbit and went through the trouble of giving me one of his cages. The cage was alot more nicer, but a pain in the ass to clean. Couple years later the rabbit grew to a ginormous size. After it died, I didn't bother to get another one and left the cage in my backyard.

Now the biggest fucking caterpillar you would've ever seen is in there under the rainwater. I'd take a picture but I've no camera so just imagine the size of an adult thumb and double the length.
>> No.17414  
>>17411
Cool.


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51466 No.17394   [Reply]
In this thread, we be extremely ironic.
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955972 No.17280   [Reply]
I don't know if this is appropriate discussion for this place, but you guys remember CWC right? Well, the playstation network being down seems to have finally made him snap.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSWVY5gU_GU&feature=youtu.be&hd=1
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>> No.17292  
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>>17291
Whoops, forgot a 5th one
>> No.17294  
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>>17292
Was my wallpaper for a while until I got the later image. Too bad the artist stopped updating his Pixiv.
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>>17294
That's a bit disheartening, maybe he got lost. While I'm not overly fond of this style, I do like the overall image a lot anyway. The idea behind it is quite nice.
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>>17311
Oh, and this one accompanies it.
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>>17292
I'm not completely sure why, but I really like this guy's work.


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44363 No.16878   [Reply]
I was around 7 or 8, girl was 6 or 7. We went in an abandoned building and stripped totally naked. I still remember her tiny, slender body, no chests and no pubic hair whatsoever. We did not touch, although my penis was full erected. She asked me why is it like this, and I replied: "it happens sometimes, it'll go back to normal soon" but it didn't.
Oh, little did I know ;_;.
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>> No.16893  
>>16881
Mr >>16882 here decided that the thread on /general/ would be deleted by those pesky mods, so took it upon himself to repost the first two posts here before those NAZIS deleted it.
Maybe Mr >>16882 should stop being such a conceited, dictating faggot so we can avoid situations like this in future.
>> No.16905  
>>16893
So bitter...
>> No.17136  
I led her into my room. She was pretty: brown hair, muddy green eyes, no rolls of fat, no fields of acne scaring her face, about sixteen years old, and a decent sized rack (not big but not a flat chest either). She stopped and looked about the room to admire my collection; Kare Kano boxset (Very good, cute little series until Anno left, then the budget dropped and the show went to shit), Neon Genesis Evangelion Platinum Edition (Not as bad or as good as people say it is) along with some Asuka and Rei figurines, Full Metal Alchemist (Great series, seems like a shonen but it’s so much better and deeper), a vintage Akira movie poster, pretty much every Gundam series boxset except for G Gundam which is total crap, a poster for the original Ghost in the Shell movie release, Unopened Robotech Mecha action figures (Mint condition), and so so so so much more. It would take days to list. She whistles, “Nice. Very Nice.”

“Thanks.” I say, barely able to hold down my overflowing pride.

We met at the high school anime club, which is mainly filled with fat wastes of life, and noticed each other amongst the smell of body odor and sound of a subbed Sailor Moon episode playing. She took the invitation to my place and here we are. She certainly knows how to appreciate good collection when she sees one.

I decide to get right to the basics and start her interrogation, “Ok, so let me, get this out the way – Do you like Inuyasha?”
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>> No.17285  
Watching videos is all sadly...;_;
These are my go to beat off videos:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKNVBahlc_A&feature=fvwrel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G89cmSzLnVI&feature=related

I do have a real someday-maybe-waifu. I just need to get an eikawa job and then....fuck She'll never like me.The only reason I dont eat lead aspirin is it would ruin my mom and make my brother sad.
>> No.17340  
>>17285
don't give up! Just go for broke, its not like theres much to lose right? And were all gonna die one day, nothing really matters so you might as well make the most of it. And if it doesn't pan out, at least you can say you tried and then blame society instead of yourself.


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42137 No.17097   [Reply]
Were our prehistoric forefather aided by aliens?
Was 9/11 an evil Zionist scheme?
Was JFK was killed by the CIA?
Is the world actually controlled by humanoid reptiles who are also Jews?

No theory is too far-fetched!
Let's try to prove or disprove them!
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Higher resolution and different angle of "The Face" with diver for scale. The rock is several feet tall and "looks" due south.

Could the Yonaguni structures really have been created by chance?
>> No.17155  
>>17152
>Anyone who has had history at high school level or higher can tell you that civilization originated in Sumer around 5000 BC
Wrong. It existed way before then, around 12000 - 10000 BC. It's just that people didn't start writing down any information until around 5000 BC. But there was definitely civilization before then.
>> No.17164  
The Matrix is real
>> No.17215  
>>17155
The first "proper" civilization was Sumer in 5000 BC, at least according to orthodox history books.
12000-10000 BC was supposed to be Stone Age according to them as well.
It was definitely not a time where people banded together and created advanced structures.
>> No.17233  
>>17215
There are complex neolithic structures dated to 10,000 BC. You know that, right? People definitely did band together to create advanced structures during that time period.


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224649 No.16954   [Reply]
It has come to my attention that /projects/ currently is little more than an OC dump board. There's a couple of posters posting original content, but there's practically no discussion. With some other things I've been hearing, I've started to wonder.

How many of you read /projects/? How many of you post there? If you read but don't post, why not?
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>> No.17049  
>>17044
I've been asking for help on my project since I first posted.
>> No.17063  
>>17049
Which project?
>> No.17064  
>>17063
Terranigma.

http://bunbunmaru.com/kareha/projects/kareha.pl/1267835668/l50
>> No.17065  
>>16956
>> No.17128  
>>17064
I can't help you, because I have the same useless skillset as you.


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4379 No.16952   [Reply]
shit sux
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>> No.17117  
>>17046
you get points for visits and downloads. you can use them to pay for downloads and other crap.
>> No.17127  
>>17117
>pay for downloads
oh man what
>> No.17132  
>>17127
Credit, not money. I don't use e-hentai and the like, but downloads cost "points" which you get for uploading stuff, posting on the forums, etc. And you can probably get some directly by donating. I've seen similar systems on ROM sites.
>> No.17148  
>>17132
The whole thing leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
>> No.17165  
>>17148
Yeah, that's part of why I consider e-hentai to be absolute garbage. I honestly have no idea why people seem to like it so much.

The cocks in the advertisements certainly don't help either.


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>> No.17027  
Am I supposed to be seeing something in that image?
>> No.17030  
>>17027
It's those lime green dots, man. They're out of control!

On a more serious note, it's probably that thing in the window, but it's really a stretch of the imagination, to be honest.
>> No.17043  
>>17027
That whitish thing in the window with a black stripe running down it--looks kind of like a person wearing white cloth with long black hair.


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71480 No.16462   [Reply]
RIP easymodo

/jp/ really is going to hell really quick...
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>> No.16923  
>>16811

I like how /b/'s motto is "trolling it is like pissing in an ocean of piss, it's pointless", but it looks like the ED guy trolled the fuck out of them with this.
>> No.16940  
>>16923
/b/ has changed from being cool with most shit into some sort legion of little kids throwing hissy fits whenever something they don't like happens.

Granted, they've always been like that, but to a lesser degree. The puddi-incident is a good example, moot has always trolled around on 4chan and people have accepted it, but this time /b/ just went berserk all over the site.
>> No.16957  
>>16940

Basically, /b/ became everything it used to mock. That tends to happen to sites that have been around for a while, like SA for example
>> No.16969  
so apparently /b/ took down the playstation network. Why?
>> No.17107  
>>16969
I don't think that was related to /b/.


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10977 No.16741   [Reply]
Just noticed this. What the hell happened, US? Stuff is ridiculously cheap all of a sudden.
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>> No.16871  
From my point of view it's not a country issue anymore. Right now, the globalization of economy, politics, information, communication, transportation and civil rights movements are changing the world all around the globe, not just in some regions loosely defined as countries.
>> No.16876  
>>16870
To be fair, it's not like native american culture was especially unique - just especially dated.
human sacrifice, spiritual co-existence with animals, etc etc...a lot of native american culture isn't specific to native americans at all.
>> No.16897  
>>16876
The bad thing is that they basically erased the whole history of a continent. I don't care so much about the natives of North America, but the South American Indians were almost equals with the ancient Egyptians regarding culture and architecture. And almost everything was lost forever during the Spaniards religious cleansing. Whenever I read about it I just wish I could go back in time and punch Cortez in the face for being a dickhead.
SO MUCH INFORMATION WAS LOST FUCK, I'M MAD
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>>16865
Stop taking the Internet so seriously.
>> No.16936  
>>16931
California and parts of the other southwestern states are essentially under Mexican control too.


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