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yes
but i have my credit card number remembered already...
ok type it out and post it in this thread then double check
it out and post it in this thread then double check
Alright, wise guy

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Like a minute maybe
Shit, took me half the time

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yes
but i have my credit card number remembered already...
ok type it out and post it in this thread then double check

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Too fucking long for me to bother
BRAINLET GTFO
Took me less than 30 seconds

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Take out your bank card, memorize the full number. How long did it take? Post your results

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The Flood / classic EEZY E
« on: July 16, 2018, 03:58:34 PM »

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The Flood / Re: Move out the way, please don't be a hero
« on: July 16, 2018, 10:41:18 AM »
Is this for your post count
If I roll now, my number will be too low

I gotta crank that shit up

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The Flood / Move out the way, please don't be a hero
« on: July 16, 2018, 09:36:54 AM »
bling blao oooh chains on skateboard p
YouTube

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The Flood / Re: 6ix9ine is a lyrical genius
« on: July 16, 2018, 09:35:20 AM »
WE LOOOOOOVE IT
WHOLE LOT OF GANG SHIT

YEAAAAAAAAAAAH

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The Flood / Re: 6ix9ine is a lyrical genius
« on: July 16, 2018, 06:50:23 AM »
is this the pedophile

or is it some other soundcloud person
Nah it's him
When's this one gonna get shot like the last one
He's gonna get shanked in jail

no way he's getting shot, 'cause he's the one sending SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOT NIGGA
EVERYBODY GETTIN' POP POP POP POP POPPED NIGGA

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The Flood / Re: 6ix9ine is a lyrical genius
« on: July 15, 2018, 10:21:02 PM »
YouTube

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The Flood / Re: 6ix9ine is a lyrical genius
« on: July 15, 2018, 10:20:02 PM »
A CHALLENGER APPROACHES

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The Flood / 6ix9ine is a lyrical genius
« on: July 15, 2018, 10:03:34 PM »
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Is there a song better than this one? Maybe, but it's hard to beat

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The Flood / Re: jury duty
« on: July 15, 2018, 08:17:48 PM »
yeah

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The first is the-... Charlie, basically. 50 year old boomer who thinks life is great and he wants to share shit from his life. He only does it 'cause he thinks it's comfy.
Theme song:
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Now, about the second one... I despise this one. If I ever see one IRL I SAY SNAP AND I CRINGE
Hello my name is human, is your name autist? 'cause these people ooh these people they're young and naive and so sure they're right and they think science is always right and there's no room for emotions or anything like that. Not to mention their fucked up sense of humor and lack of ability to feel embarrassed for their actions.

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The Flood / Re: Kill Team
« on: July 15, 2018, 06:31:05 PM »
this is one of those things where if you use your imagination it's quite cool and rich, but if you don't, then it's just embarrassing

edit: I deleted "cringe" and changed it to embarrassing not to hurt your feelings, but challengerX called it out so FUCK NIGGA WHAT

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Gaming / Re: DLC
« on: July 15, 2018, 03:26:03 PM »
Mexican Verbatim here, vete a la chingada cabron gib me de complete game or pela mis huevod puto
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Gaming / Re: I can't fucking beat the abyss watchers
« on: July 14, 2018, 12:56:48 AM »
jesus, look, it's not about being manly or whatever, it's about clear benefits. In that game you can dodge pretty much every attack with a roll, and rolling is more effective than blocking if you can get it down for a buncha reasons. Only thing holding you back from using this effective technique is your slow reaction time. For those who have decent reaction time and or learned the enemy patterns they can use more powerful weapons 'cause they've got both hands free
and have less fun with the game because they're utilizing a strategy they have no interest employing, because it doesn't match up with their preferred style of play
The "strategy" is a lot less strategic than blocking with a shield.
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I've used this sword for like all my 200 hours playing dark souls 3. I've tried other weapons, like a rapier type weapon, and some magical scythe weapon. I just play with the weapon art that looks the most fun, and for me that's gliding into 5 enemies and killing them all, or stunlocking an enemy for two hits 'cause he didn't expect you to jump just then.

If someone told me to play with a shield and a sword, I'd say I'd enjoy myself a lot less, so I guess that's how you feel in some convoluted way

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Gaming / Re: I can't fucking beat the abyss watchers
« on: July 14, 2018, 12:45:07 AM »
jesus, look, it's not about being manly or whatever, it's about clear benefits. In that game you can dodge pretty much every attack with a roll, and rolling is more effective than blocking if you can get it down for a buncha reasons. Only thing holding you back from using this effective technique is your slow reaction time. For those who have decent reaction time and or learned the enemy patterns they can use more powerful weapons 'cause they've got both hands free

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The Flood / Re: I am suffering
« on: July 13, 2018, 08:07:34 AM »
damn, I still wanna find out what song it is that ends with "don't go crazy". That song sounded dope

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The Flood / I am suffering
« on: July 13, 2018, 08:06:41 AM »
Retards LOVE ME SO THEY KEEP TALKING TO ME STOP

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The Flood / Re: Who's lost family/loved ones?
« on: July 12, 2018, 07:10:55 PM »
What kind of relationship did you have with the deceased? How much did you care for that person? Also I think you'll feel it once you notice the person's gone. Those nights when you just feel a sudden emptiness 'cause that person isn't there anymore.
Cousin. He was the same age as me, and I grew up with him. A few years ago I moved 250~ miles away from him. His birthday is next month. If it hasn't hit yet by then, it will that day.
Do you think your psyche has numbed you, or do you think there's an absence of sadness?
I honestly don't know. I'm not sure if I'm subconsciously obfuscating the fact that he's gone or if I feel nothing. Accordingly, I can't tell if I'm sad that he's gone or sad that I don't feel anything from his passing.
Yeah I understand that. It's worth exploring your feelings. If you don't mind, I'll help you with questions. If you don't want to answer them here, then we can do it in the dms or you can just not give me an answer. The first question is, how was your relationship with this person? Think about it in depth. How much did they mean to you when you grew up together, how much after?
Good, but he had a good relationship with everyone. Kind of person who would cancel plans to fix your tire, or spend a night with someone who was feeling lost, or fix the lighting in a restaurant because the manager is his friend. He sold out his funeral; people had to park in the grass and around the curb because there wasn't enough parking. Hundreds, and hundreds, and hundreds of people attended.

I've never been the smartest person (specifically in my family). He was always a comforting presence. Imagine an Andy Dwyer character, but redneck. He gave me the courage to do a lot of things. And now he's gone.
He gave you the courage to do a lot of things?
Believe in my self. Take some chances. That sort of stuff.
When did he instill these feelings in you? Was it a long time ago or more recent?
As long as I've known him. Regardless of my insecurities, and whether I talked to him about him or not, he exuded an aura of security and confidence. Made you feel like you could do anything.
Ok I think your psyche is trying to protect you by making you feel numb. You should get a safety net prepared in case you become sad. Like, get someone who can support you when you're feeling down. it might not be that serious, but it's like putting a bandage on a wound. Even if it's minor it will help the healing process.

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The Flood / Re: Who's lost family/loved ones?
« on: July 12, 2018, 07:02:31 PM »
What kind of relationship did you have with the deceased? How much did you care for that person? Also I think you'll feel it once you notice the person's gone. Those nights when you just feel a sudden emptiness 'cause that person isn't there anymore.
Cousin. He was the same age as me, and I grew up with him. A few years ago I moved 250~ miles away from him. His birthday is next month. If it hasn't hit yet by then, it will that day.
Do you think your psyche has numbed you, or do you think there's an absence of sadness?
I honestly don't know. I'm not sure if I'm subconsciously obfuscating the fact that he's gone or if I feel nothing. Accordingly, I can't tell if I'm sad that he's gone or sad that I don't feel anything from his passing.
Yeah I understand that. It's worth exploring your feelings. If you don't mind, I'll help you with questions. If you don't want to answer them here, then we can do it in the dms or you can just not give me an answer. The first question is, how was your relationship with this person? Think about it in depth. How much did they mean to you when you grew up together, how much after?
Good, but he had a good relationship with everyone. Kind of person who would cancel plans to fix your tire, or spend a night with someone who was feeling lost, or fix the lighting in a restaurant because the manager is his friend. He sold out his funeral; people had to park in the grass and around the curb because there wasn't enough parking. Hundreds, and hundreds, and hundreds of people attended.

I've never been the smartest person (specifically in my family). He was always a comforting presence. Imagine an Andy Dwyer character, but redneck. He gave me the courage to do a lot of things. And now he's gone.
He gave you the courage to do a lot of things?
Believe in my self. Take some chances. That sort of stuff.
When did he instill these feelings in you? Was it a long time ago or more recent?

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The Flood / Re: Who's lost family/loved ones?
« on: July 12, 2018, 06:57:12 PM »
What kind of relationship did you have with the deceased? How much did you care for that person? Also I think you'll feel it once you notice the person's gone. Those nights when you just feel a sudden emptiness 'cause that person isn't there anymore.
Cousin. He was the same age as me, and I grew up with him. A few years ago I moved 250~ miles away from him. His birthday is next month. If it hasn't hit yet by then, it will that day.
Do you think your psyche has numbed you, or do you think there's an absence of sadness?
I honestly don't know. I'm not sure if I'm subconsciously obfuscating the fact that he's gone or if I feel nothing. Accordingly, I can't tell if I'm sad that he's gone or sad that I don't feel anything from his passing.
Yeah I understand that. It's worth exploring your feelings. If you don't mind, I'll help you with questions. If you don't want to answer them here, then we can do it in the dms or you can just not give me an answer. The first question is, how was your relationship with this person? Think about it in depth. How much did they mean to you when you grew up together, how much after?
Good, but he had a good relationship with everyone. Kind of person who would cancel plans to fix your tire, or spend a night with someone who was feeling lost, or fix the lighting in a restaurant because the manager is his friend. He sold out his funeral; people had to park in the grass and around the curb because there wasn't enough parking. Hundreds, and hundreds, and hundreds of people attended.

I've never been the smartest person (specifically in my family). He was always a comforting presence. Imagine an Andy Dwyer character, but redneck. He gave me the courage to do a lot of things. And now he's gone.
He gave you the courage to do a lot of things?

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The Flood / Re: Who's lost family/loved ones?
« on: July 12, 2018, 06:39:50 PM »
What kind of relationship did you have with the deceased? How much did you care for that person? Also I think you'll feel it once you notice the person's gone. Those nights when you just feel a sudden emptiness 'cause that person isn't there anymore.
Cousin. He was the same age as me, and I grew up with him. A few years ago I moved 250~ miles away from him. His birthday is next month. If it hasn't hit yet by then, it will that day.
Do you think your psyche has numbed you, or do you think there's an absence of sadness?
I honestly don't know. I'm not sure if I'm subconsciously obfuscating the fact that he's gone or if I feel nothing. Accordingly, I can't tell if I'm sad that he's gone or sad that I don't feel anything from his passing.
Yeah I understand that. It's worth exploring your feelings. If you don't mind, I'll help you with questions. If you don't want to answer them here, then we can do it in the dms or you can just not give me an answer. The first question is, how was your relationship with this person? Think about it in depth. How much did they mean to you when you grew up together, how much after?

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The Flood / Re: Who's lost family/loved ones?
« on: July 12, 2018, 06:32:32 PM »
What kind of relationship did you have with the deceased? How much did you care for that person? Also I think you'll feel it once you notice the person's gone. Those nights when you just feel a sudden emptiness 'cause that person isn't there anymore.
Cousin. He was the same age as me, and I grew up with him. A few years ago I moved 250~ miles away from him. His birthday is next month. If it hasn't hit yet by then, it will that day.
Do you think your psyche has numbed you, or do you think there's an absence of sadness?

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The Flood / Re: Who's lost family/loved ones?
« on: July 12, 2018, 06:20:47 PM »
Haven't really lost anyone, but there was a heated moment in the family where my nephew left the house, and my niece kept putting ideas of my nephew being depressed and suicidal into my head and I cried for the first time since I was maybe 5. Didn't think I was human until that night, but I went outside and I could barely keep it together. When I found him I couldn't get past a few words until I had to look away. I lost control of my feelings many times while we were talking.

If he had killed himself or hurt himself- at the time I felt like killing myself. I don't think I'd allow myself to be happy until I forgot, and that could take at least a few months of depression.

but if my dad died I don't think I'd feel this strongly. I might feel like you. What kind of relationship did you have with the deceased? How much did you care for that person? Also I think you'll feel it once you notice the person's gone. Those nights when you just feel a sudden emptiness 'cause that person isn't there anymore.

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The Flood / Re: I WANT ANIME
« on: July 12, 2018, 02:17:53 PM »
What kind you want, fam?

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The Flood / Re: I WANT ANIME
« on: July 12, 2018, 12:25:14 PM »

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