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9 minutes ago, brian trageskin said:

poor kids are equally as annoying, if not more. have you tried talking to them?

briefly but they're a bunch of annoying, obnoxious sports-obsessed jocks who somehow have enough brain cells to be studying at university despite being always drunk spending every hour of the day sat in the garden shouting and working out. they climb on their next door neighbour's roof and purposefully throw glass bottles into peoples gardens (everybody's garden is concrete) even when sober. we're moving out in august so i don't really care but it's the fact that i know they're gonna raise some asshole kids who will do the same to others in 20 years time. what's even crazier is, as i've already said, these are grown men. they are 21/22 years old and acting like this. it's insane.

i find the richer the parents, the less they care about their kids and the more they let them get away with where im from

5 minutes ago, ignatius said:

sounds like a  job for piss balloons. 

if we retaliate we could lose our university places so it's not even worth it

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17 minutes ago, milkface said:

briefly but they're a bunch of annoying, obnoxious sports-obsessed jocks who somehow have enough brain cells to be studying at university despite being always drunk spending every hour of the day sat in the garden shouting and working out. they climb on their next door neighbour's roof and purposefully throw glass bottles into peoples gardens (everybody's garden is concrete) even when sober. we're moving out in august so i don't really care but it's the fact that i know they're gonna raise some asshole kids who will do the same to others in 20 years time

you could also ask them to stop being so annoying and see how it goes. they might cooperate.

 

 

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reading the beater car thread

which reminds me i still haven't got my driver's license at about 32. i tried and failed twice when i was around 25. have zero confidence in that field. hell to the yeah

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the plot thickens. was talking to some guys on the street who said that guy had stormed into the mosque on the street with a knife and the police followed him down the street into the house and realised whilst arresting him that it was a brothel

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20 minutes ago, brian trageskin said:

flol. brilliant

islamophobia and human trafficking were the last things i thought i'd see on this fine, warm and sunny friday afternoon. the world works in mysterious ways i guess

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12 hours ago, user said:

The mosque is a brothel? 

Not sure if you're taking the piss but if not, no. The brothel was operating out of a house on the street, and the guy entered the mosque with a knife then left the mosque to go back into the house for some reason.

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20 minutes ago, milkface said:

Not sure if you're taking the piss but if not, no. The brothel was operating out of a house on the street, and the guy entered the mosque with a knife then left the mosque to go back into the house for some reason.

Thought better of it and popped next door for some hot nookie pie instead? 

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1 hour ago, milkface said:

Not sure if you're taking the piss but if not, no. The brothel was operating out of a house on the street, and the guy entered the mosque with a knife then left the mosque to go back into the house for some reason.

No, I reread your post several times but wasn’t able to make sense of it. Was quite drunk and sleep deprived though so pretty sure that had something to do with my inability to comprehend. 

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the new temporary neighbours just arrived (airbnb), i didn't even wait an hour to knock on their door and talk to the guy. young couple with a 1 year-old baby. the wall that separates our flats is basically made of cardboard, which means i hear every single sound they make. turns out they're staying for a week. 

i can't wait to leave this fucking place. nothing but trouble since day 1. 

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Sick and tired of university. Doing possibly the most boring course I can imagine, that combined with the worst timetable in the world. Why the fuck do I have chunks of 4 consecutive hours of mind-numbingly boring shit during lunch time? How am I supposed to concentrate that long? How am I supposed to eat lunch? So sick of this endless shit.

That's also combined with the endless bureacracy of this shit university. Nothing. Ever. Works. Always having problems with online services, uni never respond when I email them about extremely important things regarding my year abroad and the management don't give a fuck about the students and make about £300,000 a year doing fuck all.

Fuck higher education.

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@milkfacewhat are you studying?

personally i do see university as kinduva huge scam in many regards (ie as this thing that's pushed on every teenager for years & years as being essential for any hope of future success & happiness). Obviously you need the degree for certain fields, and some people just really require that external structure to adhere to, but imo there's this massive swindle going on with the idea that any self-education or networking a person might do outside of formal academia just isn't real or useful for anything. with many subjects a person can get quite far these days without dropping a dime, thanks to the internet. like the actual course material itself is out there for free, often

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7 minutes ago, Cryptowen said:

@milkfacewhat are you studying?

personally i do see university as kinduva huge scam in many regards (ie as this thing that's pushed on every teenager for years & years as being essential for any hope of future success & happiness). Obviously you need the degree for certain fields, and some people just really require that external structure to adhere to, but imo there's this massive swindle going on with the idea that any self-education or networking a person might do outside of formal academia just isn't real or useful for anything. with many subjects a person can get quite far these days without dropping a dime, thanks to the internet. like the actual course material itself is out there for free, often

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pulled some weeds in the yard and must've inhaled some pollen or something.. as soon as i came back inside felt like fiberglass in my throat and had an intense cough/gag session trying to get air into my lungs. 

it's weird when intense things like that happen and i can see all the various floaters in my eyes for a few moments during the intense parts. 

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20 minutes ago, ignatius said:

it's weird when intense things like that happen and i can see all the various floaters in my eyes for a few moments during the intense parts. 

totally trippy maaaaaan

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I have quit smoking cigarettes three times in the last six months. Prior to this I vaped for a few years, after quitting cigarettes, which I had started back up after three years of avoiding them. Think I've quit smoking seven or eight times in my life. ffs. Don't smoke, kids. 

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