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255463 No.9913   [Reply]
>> No.9914  
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Quiet can be nice, too.
>> No.9915  
Because I'm scared of saying something stupid.
>> No.9916  
>>9915
I'm usually that way, but these days I've more or less given up on not saying things that are stupid, it's inevitable.
>> No.9919  
When I'm quiet, it means I have nothing to say that would interest the people I'm quiet to.


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242861 No.52   [Reply]

Re-dumping
Life of Maid.

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>> No.9680  
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So much for Youmu helping.
>>9485 plotminded it perfectly.
>> No.9681  
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Guest appearances everywhere
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>> No.9871  
>>9842
Wasn't particularly good the other times, but this one got me. Silly Rinnosuke.
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I'd really like to know what her talk was about.


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148940 No.9840   [Reply]
What is your opinion on "internet relationships?"

I can hardly get accustomed to "internet friends," rather than "internet dating." I know a couple of people who are dating each other on the net, and they never met in their lives.
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If you care about each other, then why not?
>> No.9852  
'Tokachitsukuchite' was some kind of misheard lyric, right?
Which song was it again?
>> No.9857  
I've seen 3 different friends try it, and each time, it didn't work.

Granted, each time the girl just broke up, or divorced in one case. So they're looking for something to immediately fill the void or just to show off to their ex.

But yea, eventually none of them worked out. 2 of them just went back to their old boyfriend husband. Dunno about the third.
>> No.9859  
>>9852
http://www.project-imas.com/wiki/index.php?title=Agent_Yoru_o_Yuku

Also read up trivia at the bottom: http://www.project-imas.com/wiki/index.php?title=Futami_Twins
>> No.9870  
Personally, I don't have much of an opinion on it since it hasn't really affected me. People can do whatever they want. That said, there has been quite a bit of marriages that are a result of these internet relationships so it's not something to knock either.


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118186 No.9800   [Reply]
/bun/, what do you wish you had sought out in your life when looking back? That thing you occasionally find yourself regretting with a faint tightness in your chest, what is it?

Something I almost never do is dream. I don't mean dreams in the capacity of hope, but the act of dreaming while asleep. One thing I never do is cry. It has actually been frustrating at some times in my life, and makes me feel like I lack humanity. For a long, long time I have vaguely admired the violin. However, I never had the money or determination to take up the instrument. It's kind of intimidating, and I never felt that I was worthy since I hadn't started young. I can't place exactly when it was, I think it might have been during freshman year, but I once had a dream that I was playing the violin. It was an incredibly vivid dream, one that I don't think I will ever forget. Everything around me was pitch black, and I was pouring myself through the bow and into the strings. While playing this beautiful, sorrowful sound I was crying. Not just teary eyes, bawling like a child. Violent sobs, almost wailing. I have never done that in my conscience memory, and it was one of the most cathartic feelings I've had in my life. I then had the pleasure of realizing when I woke that I would never have the chance to experience that form of expression again. I wish I had been raised with a violin in my hands.

Have some programmed emotional response background music to consider a reply to.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFd_Hoo_xaw
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>>9805

I appreciate the encouragement. If no one here has regrets, I guess I feel better about frequenting the board. I suppose I was just remembering that and felt like writing about it.

Though, I have to say, we all know what lies underneath the tsun.
You now realize that you've dawdled through about one fourth of your life.
>> No.9834  
>>9831
DON'T CUT YOUR HAIR!

You seem to be implying that we will live to at least 80, something that I'm sure a lot of people here have no intention of doing. And as Shinwa is doing a rather spectacular job of highlighting this season; if we were given the chance to do everything all over again, we'd end up making exactly the same mistakes and wrong decisions over and over again. It's not the circumstances we've been in that has caused us to 'dawdle through' the last 20 years or so, it's our very attitudes and ideals; things that are impossible to change without the wonderful gift of hindsight.
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>>9800
I'm with >>9805. If you let an opportunity pass, you get to regret it forever if you can't let it go. If you want to know something, learn it. Yes, anything. Go become a nuclear power engineer if you want. I learn various foreign languages as a hobby - if one looks interesting, I assimilate their alphabet and pronunciations then start devouring grammar and vocabulary. Things are only as hard as you make them. Also, if you're patient, you can steer your whole life in a direction you choose, make small constant efforts, and you'll get there, barring some ridiculous goal like world domination - and hey, maybe those work too, they just take more years than you have! ;)

I'm 28 now, and my regrets are mainly that I didn't go out and do more things, expose myself to more new situations and meet more people. I've lived a very safe, simple life... but the solution is to just not live like that. We set our own courses in life.
>> No.9849  
I took up the violin for a year in high school, it was pretty fun
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>>9831
>You now realize that you've dawdled through about one fourth of your life.
>>9805 here, can't say I agree. We all needed the first couple years to grow up. For me, the couple years after that was more 'getting through' the years than dawdling though them (those years really sucked). I have to admit I wasted a couple years after that, but after that I started actually becoming productive.
It really helps to actually start doing something seriously. It now kind of feels like that past three years have been most of my life.
What lies underneath the tsun is the experience of having dawdled through life, but since having found something better.
25% of my life may be gone, but I still have 75% left, which can be infinitely more useful than the 25% if spent well.


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>>9599

/projects/ is my favorite, I'm just not sure how to let her know.
>> No.9605  
>>9598
Because people don't reply to serious threads on /photos/.

>>9603
Start a project or participate in one.
>> No.9628  
>>9605
>serious threads
くそふいたwwwwwwww
>> No.9832  
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ヽ(´ー`)ノ
>> No.9837  
MOAR


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91918 No.9819   [Reply]
Today is Father's Day, /bun/.

Did you visit, call, or otherwise contact your father today?
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>> No.9823  
I live with my father, so yeah.
>> No.9824  
My father went to jail a few months after I was born.

Then he was released 10 years later. We lived as a family for about an year, but then he stole all of mom's money and ran away. I've never seen him since then.
>> No.9827  
It is? I didn't even know. Sadly, I don't think my parents will be particularly upset that I forgot. They're kind of used to it by now.
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Yes. Not hard when you live with your parents.
>> No.9836  
My father is DEEAAAD

Well not really but I think we're rather apathetic towards each other, we haven't made any attempt to contact each other in 7 years or something. Calling him would just be a bother to both of us.


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92295 No.9820   [Reply]
Will /bun/ ever have children? Would /bun/ be a good father?
>> No.9822  
Been there, done that.
Kids are better in fiction, even your own.
>> No.9828  
Not purposely, at least not for a long time.

I'm not sure how good of a father I would be. I like to take care of things, but I can get very angry when I expect compliance and it doesn't happen.

Maybe when I'm old and cool down. Obviously, this is all assuming I won't live the rest of my life alone.
>> No.9833  
I'd like to someday. I've been told I'd be a good father... But i have my doubts.
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The chances of me ever having children are so close to zero as to be non-existant. Even Bernkastel wouldn't bet on it. My parents always thought I'd be good with kids, though ┐( ´ー`)┌


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>> No.9795  
Now children, this is why you don't play around railings like that.
>> No.9796  
Hayate, you spilled your paint. You're so helpless. Why are you lying down? It's raining.


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198538 No.9714   [Reply]
Is it possible to commit suicide by biting one's tongue?

(Reliable sources would be nice.)
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>> No.9725  
>>9723
Well you said (and I quote) "*any* circumstance", given unlimited resources (or even just a good amount of resources) a person could keep someone alive with no means of killing themselves.
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>>9725
like in the movie Se7en.
>> No.9730  
>>9728
That scene freaked the fuck out of me back then and it still does now.
>> No.9739  
So why do you want to know anyway, OP? Are you a spy, like Mike Weston?
>> No.9742  
>>9739
I'm afraid I can't answer that question.


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112179 No.9698   [Reply]
Don't ever take away from me my pornography
Obviously we don't agree on what's obscene
I have the right to choose what I want to see and read
Don't ever try to take away from me and my right to privacy
because what I do is no one's business but me

So stay in your missionary position
I hope that you get bored to death
There's no way in hell I'm goin through life havin vanilla sex

The government is tryin to get in your bedroom
Better lock your door and close your shades
Because there could be someone watching you today

Why do try to make things illegal?
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It's because of [sexual] insecurity. Insecure people just happen to be the majority, and support like-minded people to places of power.

Good luck preserving your physical state and appetite for the brave new world, cause it'll be a while never happen.


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