At what point did you realize 4chan is a bad site and that every board is shit as discussing their topic?
If anything, I always knew that select boards such as /v/, /a/, /r9k/, /pol/, etc. are awful and have only gotten worse over the years. I've never tried to use them as a place for discussion because I immediately recognized it as a waste of time. Instead what I came to realize is that there actually ARE a few boards on this site that have some good discussion, which I'm not going to be naming because I don't want you to go there. But yeah, it was actually the other way around, I initially thought every board would suck on a piece of shit site like this, but then surprisingly came across some cool ones.
>i only browse the intellectual 4chan boards, /lit/, /sci/, the list could go on...
>No, my friend, those are still the bad ones. Thanks for the picture though, I'm saving it for later use.
I had some of the greatest discussions of my life on here and a mobilekid with umad memes can never take away that.
>Ah, another for my collection. Well supplied, sir.
>I always knew that select boards such as /v/, /a/, /r9k/, /pol/, etc. are awful
>I've never tried to use them as a place for discussion
So you listened to, probably biased, people from rival boards instead, who are probably in the same situation of not even browsing them? Congrats on being another monkey in the cage with the ladder!
The moment I realized that reddit's niche boards are actually decent (though not as good as stackexchange) and that the cringeworthy main subs were not the entire website
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I hate this "all boards are bad at discussing their very own subject" claim. Well, it is partially true, but they're not the worst at it and certainly not unusable. Take /co/ for example. People frequently try to sneak anime threads onto there but almost anything that hasn't been on Toonami nor isn't Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is usually going to be a stillborn thread.