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you're going to die tomorrow, it is fated
>it's an anon is only able to sleep for 4 hours episode
Except for Donald Trump, who is welcome.
I think it's a French thing. It's why you say "an hotel" or "an hereditary peer".
Trump is an IRA donor, fuck him.
A cucumber and a giant tub of ky jelly.
I have this problem too.
Every time I think about bettering my life, I think about how my parents always overreact to change and decide against it.
It took me a very long time to be comfortable with the idea of telling them that I'm going to parties or simply hanging out with my friends and drinking or whatever.
You realize he's a phony right?
All the workings for a fry up. Watch the normies squirm as they quickly shove a piece of toast down their throats before rushing off to their wage slavery as the smell of the food wafts around them and they get to see you smugly and slowly prepare a breakfast fit for a king.
So is Corbyn, and yet Labour are OK with him. Anyway, Trump is also investing in Scotland, creating jobs for jocks. No wondet they don't like him.
>First day at work yesterday at a little shop inside a petrol station
>Not one hour goes by and this lad I knew from school comes in
>Shirt and tie
>"Oh, alright anon, since when have you worked here? I come in here every day and I haven't seen you before haha"
>"Oh, y-yeah I just started today, er.."
>"Really? I thought you were going to uni? Didn't work out then haha?"
>"N-nah, I thought I might as well just get s-straight into work..."
>"Alright, well I guess we'll be seeing each other more often then haha"
>Pays for his petrol and coffee and drives off in a new-looking Land Rover
>Go on his Facebook when I get home and see he's working for some posh Jew solicitors
rather misleading image you have there
the "ban trump" petition is about as popular as the "close the borders" petition, but the prior is associated with densely populated areas, like London, and the latter is better associated with sparsely populated areas. so it looks like the latter is more popular because a larger area is darker, but the number of people it represents is about even.
I get your point, and I agree, but you're making it in a dishonest, weaselly way.
I'm not, but I think my boyfriend might be. He said another man's name as I was fucking him.
>Plan a visit to Spain with my mates on WhatsApp casually all week
>Don't Google anything to do with Spain
>Today Facebook is giving me ads for cheap flights to Spain
the good thing about radio 6 is you'll never hear feeder again. even if you hate a song the playlist is so varied that you almost never hear repeats of anything. keeps it interesting t b h
Football is the plebbiest sport. Rugby and cricket are far more interesting.
here mate you dropped this. Don't get you're knickers in a twist you deplorable saprobe
here lad that is a good meme and I respect that (meme) a lot, I've a (you) here for you lad and hark at this funny picture should it please you lad
Go for it la
Well good day. Bit hot out. Australian weather. Sun's setting though, hopefully it will cool down a bit. On my way home now from Sydney, sixth time this week. Um, yup, in Wollongong servo now, go see can I get some tucker. Alright, don't know what the rest of the arvo'll do, just see how it goes. Strewth mate, hooroo.
Thanks for the consistent (You)s pasta nigger
>this stupid looser with his gay kpop and sad life simply lmao
Guys, Lando is going to be in VIII right? He is going to take Hans role since he met that unfortunate duck hunting accident, right?
I found this picture and thought /int/ might like it
They got rich selling munitions to both sides in WW2 and sat by waiting for us to destroy each other and they stepped in and filled the power vacuum left and the untouched industrial base to establish itself as the dominant financial and economic power.
A move worthy of Sheev himself.
>work at office in London full of American expats
>they constantly complain about how shit the UK is
>pounds goes off a cliff
>expats all return to US
>I blag my way into a position in the US office
>realize that all the memes about Britain were spot on
>will soon become US citizen
It really is better out here, lads
Would any kind /brit/bros mind voting for /urban/ and against /tr/? I'd appreciate it a lot
Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck
My mums forcing me to go to a job interview and I'm fucking shitting myself I don't want to go lads I really don't I'd literally rather die at this point
I've slept a whopping 4 hours and woke up at least 10 times during that. I think I'm going to be sick.
Take caution, we have a code 3 yank infestation.
I'm an autist, speaking to people isn't exactly my strong suit. I have to mentally prepare for hours just to get my haircut or go to the shop. I'm literally going to be sick, my bellies hurting from the butterflies and I keep wretching
I was like you for my interview but I firmed up when I got to the interview
was listening to this
Sort of, I'm a Kyary lad
>been woken up for the 5th day in a row by the neighbours children playing the violin
call the police (dont really that would be mean, i'm just making a silly goof comment here just for laughs)
I was thinking that. Specifically Austin only because I've heard it's a good city.
Only thing stopping me moving to America is that I'm a retail working pleb. Couldn't really afford to live out there
I was actually going to mention Austin, I've heard that's a good place as well. I'm sort of in the same boat except dont have an amerifat fiancee (or gf).
You should save up some money mate. I reckon 20-30k saved up would be a good start
If you want temperate, Boston, Concord, or Montpelier are good. Northern California is quite pretty, although the pacific ocean is hypothermia cold. Austin and Asheville are pretty cool too. New York City is fun, but rent is outrageous.
I don't think he wants to go to Boston.
>moving to austin or any other meme city like NYC, LA, etc.
Dumb decision. Move to a low-cost area with a good income to cost of living ratio. Don't get suckered into the expensive urban liberal meme.
Yes, those decades of sending bombs and guns to terrorists out for his blood was just a bit of yank banter.
New Hampshire culture still reflects its famous motto, "Live Free or Die."
It's not our fault a bunch of Irish sticklers tricked a bunch of old people in to giving money to the wrong IRA
I'm assuming it was for skilled work?
Like I said, I'm only a retail work pleb so I don't know how I'll do it.
Also, how does paying health insurance compare to the nhs? That's one of the other things concerning me
Might have. I'm on here quite frequently.
Yes, you might not make it as a retail pleb, tbqhwy. Most people are better off in the US than the UK, but entry-level workers are generally not due to the healthcare costs. If you are a professional, however, you would be much better off in America.
>I don't go to lectures, but instead drink sake and play skyrim
25 minutes late for work this morning because there was a fawn on the side of the road with 4 police officers protecting it. I wish I lived in a free nation where they would have just shot it.
It's more than decent
>I don't care either way, 2bh. You could turn Ireland into glass and they can rape the queen the death and I still wouldn't care. Just posting the facts thought :^)
SORRY YANKS, WE LEFT THE OVEN ON
>/brit/ probably uses it with more frequency than any where else on the site.
>It's a bit bizarre
I want a job, I don't care if it's boring and doesn't pay well, but I don't want to deal with all the bullshit socialising you have to do, going to job interviews, doing training, having to meet the people who you work with, etc.
There's nothing I'd love more than a well paying job where I never have to see another human being
>be a security guard or something then, although socialising would probably help.
I had a job where I literally just looked at security camera monitors at a mall to see if I see anyone stealing or doing things they shouldn't be. It was literally the most boring job I've had, and I miss it so much, 2bh
>Hamilton actually looks good wearing that
>I wasn't a fan of the people I worked with in my last job, perhaps having none human co-workers would be banterous.
>people try to steal shit way more then I ever realized before this
Sounds like something that'd be interesting for a day or so. Did you quit or get fire and why?