Do you have a question?
does repetition become tradition
A public service announcement for /qa/
Chow down all you'd like, just remember that you're gonna carry that weight.
I eat when I feel stressed. Like if I'm stressed to the point of having a bad headache or can't function, not just feeling a little bored and unhappy. The taste and physical act of eating is a distraction from the things that hurt my head. Unfortunately, stress is something that runs in my family, and it actually killed my dad via a heart attack. When I was kid I used to simply not eat because I was so interested in other things. I first gained weight in middle school, then lost a lot of weight when I was about 22, but I gained some of it back by the time I was 24. I'm getting close to 26, but I still haven't lost more weight.
Meta discussion seems to finally be gradually trickling back into /qa/. What gives? Did the weebs finally fuck off?
I feel there are a half dozen posters here who have weathering the shitstorm of the last six months that still want /qa/ to stick to its roots as a light meta and general internet discussion board. Kudos to you.
Thank god someone else sees it. That's all I'm going to say.
Do you like UI design and what do you think a user-friendly UI design should be?
Take tips from 4chanX.
Everything needs to be intuitive.
How do I start a new post? Answer: Big reply to thread button
How do I check if someone has posted? Answer: Auto refreshing with the ability to manually do it yourself.
What kind of information can I put into a post? Answer: Well labeled text boxes and descriptive icons representing the functionality of your application
Does it seem like there's more children on here lately or is it just my perception?
the older you get the newfags stay the same age
Is this /qa/?