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I shid in the bathroom trash can when I was 7 because I wanted to try something other than the toilet. What did you do in your childhood?
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>Anon tells about how he got a humiliation kink


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This happened in first grade in swimming class. All the kids were sitting on the bank of the swimming pool waiting for the class to start. I was in the pool. I was doing this thing where I let myself sink to the bottom of the pool (it was very shallow but deep enough for first grade me) and I pushed myself up with my legs. I was doing it as hard as I could so I would shoot up out of the water. I imagined I was some Aquaman-type ocean warrior shooting up towards the surface.
I was doing this over and over again when I shoot up and suddenly I hit my head on something, really fucking hard. I fall back into the water, surprised and my head hurting like hell. It felt like I had slammed into a diamond or something. I swim up to the surface to see what I hit my head on.
The first thing I see is one of the girls in my class. She's staring straight at me and crying hysterically. I immediately noticed the blood. Her mouth was open and it was COVERED in blood. It was gushing from her mouth like a gruesome fountain. The blood was coming from her left front tooth, which was halfway shorter than the right because it had been driven up into her gums.
Without realizing it I had come too close to the bank. When I shot up with all my strength I must've kicked myself straight into her teeth and smashed her tooth into her gums.
Two school employees suddenly come into view. One of them asks me if I'm okay, I just blurt out "Yes" because her injuries seemed way more severe than my headache. They take the girl by her arms and rush her away somewhere. I don't remember anything after that. I never saw that girl again.


oh god how can you even fix a tooth when it gets embedded in your gums
just reading this made my teeth hurt

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Is odysee any good ??? Some people say use bitchute and others say use odysee. I kinda like odysee's layout
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That's a pretty nice channel. Personally i still watch youtibe videos, and i'll just surf for non political content from time to time on youtube (old radio plays from the 50's, ect) But i'm guessing i'm eventually going to run out. When that happens only then i'll get off my fat ass and start exploring alt-youtube platforms for content.


Rumble's a newer platform but again, political.


both seem like interesting alternatives

You rolled the number 534554658 (no dubs or higher)

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Hey /b/, ITT, share some things you never understood. It could be other peoples actions, a law/rule, a thought, anything at all you could never wrap your head around. If any anons here know the answer or can explain someone's hangup, feel free to do so!
I personally never understood why black people, or perhaps just black women, dyed their hair blonde. It always looks bad, no matter who they are. This might be a personal opinion but it always looks weird and unnatural, and I really don't understand the appeal. I also don't get wanting the same color hair as your skin - it looks incredibly awkward. Not to mention when it grows out and you can see the roots. An expensive look to keep up and it usually looks like trash.
Another thing I never understood is why some people actively choose not to wear shoes. We live in a modern era where shoes are not only available, but cheap as well. No longer must we suffer through wearing one worn down pair or nothing at all. I don't see how it helps except to callouse your feet, which you don't need to do because we have fucking shoes. I heard of something called "grounding" and I don't understand that either. Can someone explain the appeal?
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It's not. You won't die but you'll get very sick, gas, bloating, intestinal issues and soforth.


According to the article African women eat clay like it's normal? Strange.



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why is 22chan called that if it has 23 rules
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One of the rules is fake and not enforced. You just have to figure out which is it. Good luck!


Yeah yeah, i'm sure that'll work well and nothing bad will happen.


Well some rules are already encompassed by other rules (example: rule 19 by 13, 21 by 18, 17 also by 18) so you could easily say there are only 22 rules!

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speak in any other language than english

ik begin wel
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Honnêtement ce sujet a du potentiel, si jamais il y a des francophones par ici, où bien si quelqu'un veut apprendre ou pratiquer, je serais ravi de converser avec lui.


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Nan. Y'a pas d'autre francophones . juste ta schizophrénie .
Va chier anon


Je ne te veux pas du mal, j'aime 22chan et j'aimerais contribuer à sa construction et son élaboration.
Nous sommes si peu sur ce site.

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This is car a Mustang Boss 302 ,i love muscle i beber that want world use only eletric cars


>i beber that want world use only eletric cars

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Work thread. Pic unrelated


day 3
>be me, Baker the painter
>nothing unusual to report on today about Ted, bit of bickering between him and the wife over cheese.
>around lunch time wife of Ted leaves.
>Ted makes conversation with me. tells me a story i like to call
>"the time Ted kicked a small child down a hill"
>bit of a classic but nothing too extravagent.
>Ted's on a train that's carrying a big load.
>typical Australian train, 75 carriges fully loaded with coal.
>Because of the boiler infront of the train, you can't really see imediatly infront of you
>but that doesnt matter becasue it takes 3 miles to stop a fully loaded train going at 45 miles an hour
>so anything that's imediatley infront of you is already dead.
>these are wise words from a man who's a probably few sandwiches short of picnic.
>anyway, one day he see's a child on the track ahead of him.
>He pulls the cable for the wistle and the child is still on the tracks up ahead
>now he's only going about 45 miles an hour, not enought time to stop.
>He pulls on the brakes and pulls the wsitler again.
>He decides he has to climb out and try move the child himself.
>He does so, and climbs up the front of the train, holding onto the boiler rail
>H'es standing there with his feet on the bridge board and says he needs both hands to hold himself on.
>He thinks "well how the hell am i going to move this bloody child"
>He squats down and lifts his left foot as the train is about to squish them,
>and kicks the child off the track and down into the embankment.
>*I'm thinking this guys a fucking hero* but still a few sandwiches short of a picnic.
>And then he scurrys back inside and relaeses the brakes to continue his journey
>Ted fPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


wew interesting story

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Lets make our official list of rules of the internet https://encyclopediadramatica.wiki/index.php/Rules_of_the_Internet
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third and final


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Thank you so much

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ITT - TV show and movie recommendations, where to watch Korean content, other resources, and discussion of recent and older releases.

Where to watch legally:

Where to watch illegally:
Every other top TV/movie tracker

Synopses, reviews and other information:

Recommendations (Subjective, not essential):
https://pastebin.com/raw/Ft44hwhu - TV Shows
https://pastebin.com/raw/xJXNz3HX - Movies

(Actually a Jeon Yeo-Been appreciation Faden)
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Weekly Drama Recommendation

Be Melodramatic/Melo Is My Nature
A romantic comedy that depicts the daily lives of 30-year-old best frens Lim Jin-joo, Lee Eun-jung and Hwang Han-joo, using a show within a show as the backdrop.

A unique and refreshing take on rom-com with a decent cast (especially Jeon Yeo-been), but might be too slow for some people.


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Weekly Drama Recommendation

My Mister
My Mister tells us the story of three middle-aged brothers, who are enduring the weight of their lives, and a strong, cold woman, who has been living a hard life of her own, as they come together in healing each other's past scars.

Raw, brutal and gloomy, but at times lighthearted, beautiful and healing. Memorable characters with a great cast, excellent cinematography and a fitting soundtrack. The "Nation's Little Sister" IU is a plus and Lee Ji-An being her best role so far is an even bigger plus. Great show even outside the K-drama sphere.

(blog posting hoorah ヽ(>∀<☆)ノ)


Oh shid, i've been itching to watch train to busan and snowpeircer, i've never thought of checking online/watching illegally tho.

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Hey guys, check out this site where you can make advanced shidposts in the form of cell-based simulations:
I made one about gators:
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Nowhere near as funny but here it goes
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Holy shid those URLs are LONG
Deep lore


Yeah I'm pretty sure the entire thing is encoded in the URL. I would laugh my ass off if anyone figured out how to put a shidpost in the URL itself.

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Random autistic fears thread.

I had this autistic fear for as long as I can remember. I feared anything having to do with an end of something. This includes powering off something, game over screens, and bad endings.

I also had an autistic fear of fonts from a young age. Specific, "crazy" looking typefaces also scared me plenty.

Also, for some reason, hearing the words "Goodbye", "power off", or another word of the sort. There used to be a toy in my sister's room (as a kid I had to sleep in there) which would nudge out of nowhere and automatically turn off after 5 minutes or so, but not before saying "Goodbye". It scared me.
Game over screens especially gave me the heebie jeebies. Still do to an extent, which leads me not to play video games at night.

Game over screens that scare me include:
>Misao: Definitive Edition
The bloody text and the empty sounding music scared me plenty.
This one's more logical. You see gruesome pics of your dead body in the game, and to add to it is some scary music. I have a lot to say on this.
>Mario 64 death screen, Zelda 2
These two for the same reason. You see a silhouette of the villain in the game as the villain laughs at you (In Mario it's Bowser, Zelda it's Ganon)
>Donkey Kong Country
Oh Gawd, this screen... it's a mix of my fear of weird fonts and game overs. The droning music added with the font and Donkey and Diddy beaten up badly... kind of hit me.
>Elder Scrolls: Arena
Nothing to see here, but a part scared me. The woman greeting you says "goodbye", and since that implied an ending it scared me.
I really dont understand why. My mind gets scared by weird shid.

Pic related is the game over from Karateka.

I know most of this is about vidya but it's about autistic fears in general.
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My fear is that when looking at someone, he'll look back and we'll make eye contact. Or in general that they notice me looking at them


I'm looking directly at you ,through the internet.
be afraid


I am scared of pools where you cannot see the bottom. My imagination makes me think there is some sort of creature lurking in the water. When I swim in this water, I think that the creature is following me waiting to attack.

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Do you got any image on your mem that you hold dear just because for some reason it connects you to something special about reality?
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It make me think about this


Such a beautiful young woman. Her dress is pretty and her smile is bright.


Good album, thanks for reminding me it exists

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Math is fun! Post anything math-related, fun proofs, jokes, youtube vids and the likes
I will start by proving that there can't be one biggest prime number[1]. It's a pretty simple and fun proof
Let's assume that there is a biggest prime number. Now, if this assumption leads us to a contradiction, then it means that the assumption itself is impossible, in other words, that there can't be a biggest prime number
So, assuming there is a biggest prime number, it means that prime numbers are finite (They are at most as many as the biggest prime number)
Now, if we take ALL the prime numbers and multiply them together, we get a number which is divisible by them all.
So now, let's add 1 to it. The result is not divisible by any prime number [2] so it's prime, and is also clearly bigger than the "biggest" number we had before. Contradiction!

[1] A prime number is a natural number that is only divisible by itself and one (except 1 itself, which is usually not considered prime). So, 2 is prime, 17 is prime, 15 isn't (it's divisible by 3 and 5)

[2] if A is divisible by B, then A+1 isn't (except for B=1, but that's not our case because 1 isn't prime)

Here's something more complicated but better shown and explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wO61D9x6lNY

Tune in next time for a (broken) proof that 1 + 1 doesn't = 2. You'll be able to check your skills to see if you can find the error!
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I've written a python program which seems to be able to calculate the golden ratio to arbitrary precision

from decimal import *
# golden ratio calculation
def golden(digits): # digits is the number of digits desired
getcontext().prec = digits
epsilon = Decimal("1e-%d" % digits)
a = Decimal(0)
b = Decimal(1)
prevrat = Decimal(-1)
while abs(a/b - prevrat) > epsilon:
prevrat = a/b
c = a + b
a = b
b = c
return b/a

In like about minute it computed correctly 10000 digits on my laptop
It's probably a pretty inefficient technique, but I had fun writing it


Forgot to say. I checked the correctness here: https://nerdparadise.com/math/reference/phi10000
All the digits matched


Ok here's a non-retarded version which is exponentially faster

def golden2(digits):
getcontext().prec = digits
return (Decimal(1) + Decimal(5).sqrt())/Decimal(2)

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So uh. What do you all think of this? The Pentagon quite literally disclosing the existence of ayylmao spacecraft?
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>A report detailing experiences and sightings of unidentified ariel phenomena (UAPs) is scheduled to be released in June from the United States Department of Defense.

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June's gonna be interesting to say the least.
Whats kinda funny is during the whole roswell thingy, we pretty much got told that allenz r fake?!! and now the script is sort of flipped. I mean it's nothing too clear yet, the last time it was more or less "guise guise ufos are real" and nothing about aliens.


Exactly. Why's the script flipped? What's changed?

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What is the natural disaster you are most afraid of?
Tornado? Tsunami? Volcanoes, meteorites?
I guess it depends a lot on where you live
I'm not really afraid of them, but if I had to pick one I'd go with floods or earthquakes. They do most of the damage here
Also share stories about them
I once saw a whirlwind in the sea. It didn't do much luckily, just kinda was there, then disappeared after a while
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A tsunami sounds scary because the current would most likely drown you and you'd be helpless to stop it.
I would say I'm the most afraid of earthquakes, though, because I've experienced a relatively strong earthquake. It wasn't strong enough to cause serious destruction but it was strong enough to shake my apartment building for a good four or five seconds. There's something really unnerving about seeing the walls of your home, the place where you feel most safe and secure, wobble and shake like they're made out of rubber. It's fucking intense. I've experienced many smaller earthquakes and they're spooky. Everything vibrates for just a moment.


did it ever lead to stuff like small cracks in your house, making it structurally unsafe?


No, I live in earthquake country so our buildings are built for this shit.

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