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Germany Bernd 2021-03-08 10:07:15 ⋅ 1h No. 111619
>New study finds not knowing how to flirt is the main reason behind “involuntary singlehood” I wish I knew how to flirt.
Denmark Bernd 2021-03-08 10:12:07 ⋅ 1h No. 111620
learn hypnosis
Russia Bernd 2021-03-08 11:10:24 ⋅ 52m No. 111621
What matters more is WHERE to flirt.
Germany Bernd 2021-03-08 11:51:41 ⋅ 11m No. 111622
>>111621 True. 2020 I made resolutions to improve my life in all the ways where I don't like it. Improving social skills and getting gf was one part. But then this pandemic happened and all I can do is phone calls with the few existing friends I have and trying to go on tinder dates in the park.
United States Bernd 2021-03-08 11:54:06 ⋅ 9m No. 111623
>>111619 >This factor was followed by not knowing how to perceive signals of interest, a lack of effort, and an overly high level of choosiness >and an overly high level of choosiness Yep, that’s me.

United States Bernd 2021-03-08 00:15:34 ⋅ 11h No. 111606
I wish this board had more activity
United States Bernd 2021-03-08 02:30:23 ⋅ 9h No. 111613
>>111607 >>111608 >>111609 >>111610 >>111611 >>111612 You all should then post more
New Zealand Bernd 2021-03-08 02:59:30 ⋅ 9h No. 111614
I remain indifferent
Russia Bernd 2021-03-08 04:36:54 ⋅ 7h No. 111617
I think we have a pretty steady growth!
Russia Bernd 2021-03-08 04:40:19 ⋅ 7h No. 111618
We might go for a next round of kohlzine propaganda though, but that requires assistance from BO or an active admin to ban the spies while letting the common Bernds pass.

Germany Bernd 2021-03-05 14:02:51 ⋅ 2d No. 111401
What is in there? :3
Germany Bernd 2021-03-06 13:18:16 ⋅ 1d No. 111469
>>111467 Well, it is never too late, but learning music is like learning languages. The earlier you start, the faster you get good and the better you can get.
United States Bernd 2021-03-06 13:40:29 ⋅ 1d No. 111470
>>111469 What are your thoughts on the band Can?
New Zealand Bernd 2021-03-07 20:23:27 ⋅ 15h No. 111602
>>111464 Smoke weed or do speed. t.bluespro
Germany Bernd 2021-03-07 22:38:21 ⋅ 13h No. 111605
>>111459 Tubes = soul

Slovenia Bernd 2021-03-07 21:22:39 ⋅ 14h No. 111603
Watching the recently out serpentza video on the state of toilets he's encountered in China (go watch it in full if you're interested; I've only attached the opening) I was for some reason reminded of that famous (if I can call it that) Žižek skit on the hermeneutics of toilets: how the differences between how toiletbowls are shaped in the three European nations of France, Germany, and England, are for some reason perfectly tied to the differences in their philosophical and cultural output too. (If you haven't heard that; I've attached an illustrated video narrated by one of the versions of that skit. He repeats it often.) So, what can we learn about Chinese society simply from looking at their toilets, in a žižekian way? Personal thoughts: one might say that China is privately a deeply personally traumatised society, where a pretty public façade hides behind itself a state of utter decay. Such scenes perhaps remind one of cases of deeply troubled families in US, who have faked on social media how they live a perfect life, but behind closed doors they have been abusing their children for years. But perhaps another way to look at this is: China is no-bullshit; any act that must be done (such as shitting) will be done and no effort will be done in the process to make it more palatable. Shame at one's state doesn't exist; we all cope by projecting that everyone else is disgusting too. After all, isn't this how China has been running its international propaganda recently – purely through being utterly shameless about the situation at home while pointing finger and laughing at everyone else? lors onions?
Germany Bernd 2021-03-07 21:28:09 ⋅ 14h No. 111604
Zizek is based and China is shit.

hobby threda

Poland Bernd 2021-03-06 07:24:28 ⋅ 2d
No. 111446
I always thought airbrush is an expensive thing but thanks to developements in industry yoi can get one for 10e. The only issue is compressor but i had one salvaged from a fridge. It is really great tool, allows to make ok looking effects with reasonably low effort
Spain Bernd 2021-03-07 18:24:45 ⋅ 17h No. 111592 some survived tracks that i posted in internet im such an archivist except track 6, it is just old
Spain Bernd 2021-03-07 19:06:20 ⋅ 16h No. 111593
did you know there is kc related content on archive org?
Germany Bernd 2021-03-07 19:40:33 ⋅ 16h No. 111598
>>111450 jack_capture_04 is pretty sweet
New Zealand Bernd 2021-03-07 20:15:50 ⋅ 15h No. 111601
I make mad all by creating silly songs but most often practicing scales on musical instruments

Germany Bernd 2021-03-07 16:24:17 ⋅ 19h No. 111583
All the big online communities I was part of are dead. Doesn't matter what topic or how normie they were. None survived. I wonder where all the people went and how the new generations replaced them. I tried joining discord communities but it's so uninvolved. Every day is different. New topics and new people.
Germany Bernd 2021-03-07 17:08:47 ⋅ 18h No. 111587
>I tried joining discord communities but it's so uninvolved. Every day is different. New topics and new people. That's because you join big discord servers which you found on sites like disboard. There are many small cozy Discord servers with only 10-20 people that stay the same for many years. I am part of such a small server, it's basically around 25 people from Norway all the way down to some desert countries and we've been camping there since 2016, it is almost like a family. Some I've even met irl, one in Sweden, another one randomly in Paris, and one american who worked here as a soldier at a bar near Frankfurt.
Spain Bernd 2021-03-07 17:38:09 ⋅ 18h No. 111591
>>111587 There are many small cozy Discord servers pretty sure its just like these retarded IRC servers/rooms/channels >oniichan you're of pervertion
United States Bernd 2021-03-07 19:52:44 ⋅ 16h No. 111599
>>111591 Invite me to one
New Zealand Bernd 2021-03-07 20:08:36 ⋅ 15h No. 111600
Irl is mediocre, online is subpar . thankfully books are never tiresomely stale.

Germany Bernd 2021-03-07 16:51:22 ⋅ 19h No. 111586
I around 10 years ago I used to dream about living in Japan. I made plans, informed myself, started to lean the language, etc. Yes I know that's pretty cringe but that's not the point. The point is that I am farther away from that dream than ever before. It's not even my dream anymore but it still sucks thinking about it. It was never possible and even going abroad on a vacation seems difficult in the future. Not because of money or time but because I am such a loser in every sense. Does Bernd still have any dreams or big plans for the future?
Germany Bernd 2021-03-07 19:07:47 ⋅ 16h No. 111594
for me, dreams weren't had in the first place
United States Bernd 2021-03-07 19:25:29 ⋅ 16h No. 111595
>>111594 Mostly this But I always wanted to visit Germany. I felt like it would be great seeing all the history and meeting people. But I'm now 27 and likely wouldn't have many chances to have much fun. I'm pretty much exactly like OP t. miserable company lover
Spain Bernd 2021-03-07 19:31:21 ⋅ 16h No. 111596
speaking logically most people would be losers (nearly by definition, grass is greener etc theres always someone who is better than you lol)
Spain Bernd 2021-03-07 19:40:02 ⋅ 16h No. 111597
identifying as loser is bad tho (or a winner w/e) don't dream big don't set goals don't take action its literally all about Wu Wei that west doesn't have and they have to put ad-hoc like 'loser' concept

Russia Bernd 2021-03-06 13:41:41 ⋅ 1d No. 111471
Is this the greatest war film in history?
Netherlands Bernd 2021-03-06 20:33:35 ⋅ 1d No. 111527
>>111519 Soviet.
United States Bernd 2021-03-06 20:45:22 ⋅ 1d No. 111529
>>111527 Well that could be anything from Kyrgyz to pole!
Russia Bernd 2021-03-06 21:10:41 ⋅ 1d No. 111533
>>111529 No. That could be Soviet. We're all Soviet too, whoever says otherwise is the future gulag slave material and deserves nothing better.
Netherlands Bernd 2021-03-07 08:47:11 ⋅ 1d No. 111570
>>111529 Soviet is not Pole, lol. That's the post-war agreement and the movie is in Russian, plus Einsatzgruppen were more active in White Russia, less in Ukraine and in Russia. Ukrainians already had their own pogroms and were friendly to the Nazis. I think they still killed a lot of Jews, especially in Odessa and Crimea but less than other regions.

Ecuador Bernd 2021-03-04 23:33:10 ⋅ 3d No. 111356
You know what the mark of a civilized city is? The fact that even though it's been there for weeks, nobody has stolen that little bottle of alcohol the people who own this scooter have put there for whoever rents it and uses it. I doubt there's another city with maybe one or two exceptions in the entire country and even continent where this is possible. I'm glad I live here. Do you like the place where you live?
United States Bernd 2021-03-06 20:01:54 ⋅ 1d No. 111521
>>111356 Why is equator so peaceful and civilized even though it is Sudaca?
Venezuela Bernd 2021-03-06 20:56:39 ⋅ 1d No. 111531
>>111521 It's not really a Latin American thing the andes (except for coca regions) and the south is fairly safe
Netherlands Bernd 2021-03-06 23:18:36 ⋅ 1d No. 111544
>>111531 The one chart for Brazil is the only thing I don't believe about this picture
Venezuela Bernd 2021-03-07 02:10:29 ⋅ 1d No. 111564
>>111544 hmm youre right other maps are different (and Brazil differs too much) but it is still similar

United States Bernd 2021-03-06 20:18:49 ⋅ 1d No. 111524
I wish I had a Japanese VA gf She could introduce me to her managers and I could do some part time English VA work for a few projects while keeping my full time consulting job and also living in nihon. I’d buy a place in Hokkaido. What a nice life that would be. Maybe I’d actually be happy for once.
Netherlands Bernd 2021-03-07 00:33:43 ⋅ 1d No. 111557
Never lend someone a book. I had purchased a book on this exact topic of Jesus against the world and lend it to someone who probably will not read or return it, without me expressly pressing them on it, shaming myself. I hate that. Normally I would be able to re-read it right now but instead I have to work off memory.
Germany Bernd 2021-03-07 00:42:47 ⋅ 1d No. 111558
>>111556 >they view the world as wretched and God as wicked and off themselves So they do at least think about him. With "god and the world" I only meant that they probably think more about this and that than average people. >>111557 Agreed. I also learned my lessons when I once lent someone the first part of my Mirai Nikki Mangas that I bought many years ago because he was literally sucking my dick for help to learn Japanese, so I gave him something easy to practice reading. Motherfucker never gave it back even after I asked. Now I have the parts from two to twelve standing in my bookshelf next to me, reminding me of my mistake every time I look to the right.
Netherlands Bernd 2021-03-07 00:51:04 ⋅ 1d No. 111559
>>111558 I think there are more crucial things to think about than God. He is immutable, and the immutable is irrelevant. When instead of liberation it is used to control, it becomes actively hostile to human nature. As for lending books, I loaned someone The Cyberiad, Penguin edition and purchased a new one which was from the last century and is probably worth more than I paid for it, so that's good. I also loaned Notes from Underground and it was not returned. Both times I stressed that I wanted them returned. I also do not want to sour relations with people because of lost literature, however I do like to re-read texts for better understanding. I think that if in a few months he doesn't voluntarily return the book, I will just buy it again. Why don't you re-purchase lost literature? If there is anything that I spend copious amounts of money on, it is books. Also; if someone is pressing you really hard for you to loan them something, asking them for collateral isn't unheard of. One method is to swap books, where you take one book you really liked and they take a book they really liked and swap it and then discuss it. I haven't personally done this, but it seems reasonable to demand something of value for value of your own. It's sad how friendships are overshadowed at once by material imbalances.
Germany Bernd 2021-03-07 01:13:01 ⋅ 1d No. 111560
>>111559 Why do you think relationships will get worse if you ask for what belongs to you? Ask until you get it, if they refuse they aren't worth to deal with anyway. Running away from a conflict is more shame than silently suffering and spending money for a replacement. In my case, I moved to another city far away and the guy just blocked me in WhatsApp after I asked a second time but if I was still living near him I would have screamed in front of his house until he gave it back to me. I have the trait **or problem** that if I see people who are motivated in what I like I have the urge to help them even if we are not friends or anything, your idea about asking for a deposit is interesting. >Why don't you re-purchase lost literature? To this one book I have memories, it was the first one in Japanese I ever bought. I don't want to re-buy it. I instead replaced it with the Russian version of it because that is the next language I will master. It looks weird but reminds me of never lending books to someone, and the time when I had troubles decoding the first page of slavrunes is also already more than a year ago so it's purpose and meaning for me is similar to the original one that I kept like a treasure when I was young.