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I was at home sitting on my computer chair on a saturday night eating ice cream directly from the tub, watching people have fun at a live show and I must say they're all fucking retards and I'm way be

someone did it

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6 minutes ago, donquixote said:

Yeah it's a definite dampener. He's kinda the anti berghain. On the other hand it's a massive fuck you to instaculture. I'm conflicted

That’s true, it’s hard to say without being amongst it but it didn’t look like too many bellends spent the entire gig with their camera in the air. It’s tough to balance.

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6 minutes ago, tec said:

That’s true, it’s hard to say without being amongst it but it didn’t look like too many bellends spent the entire gig with their camera in the air. It’s tough to balance.

I guess as always tho it Richard just Turning shit upside down and seeing what happens.

4 minutes ago, MIXL2 said:

pls hand out some new parameters to us afx thx and goodnight

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that was amazing and weirdcore is a monster!

think i heard some new tune(s)??

also played a sick stanislav tolkachev tune and then dropped afx umil 25 after

insane i could see this in my living room lol, goodnight everyone

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Getting live feedback of things I missed on the bingo. Updated version:

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Bummed we didn't include "Weirdcore does famous [country-specific] celebs with AFX faces" tho, he's been doing that for like 10 years too so that would've been an easy score.

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First time I saw Afx was in a field on pills, this time from the sofa with a bottle of red. Getting old, but there is still time for more fields. Goodnight you cunts.

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