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Germany Bernd 2021-07-29 18:52:58 ⋅ 1d No. 118416
I just booked a ticket for the swimming pool. On saturday I will go swimming again for the first time in 1,5 years and probably the third time in 3-4 years. Wish me luck, Bernds. I'm sure I will be massively out of shape, which will be weird for me since I was always a good swimmer. Last time my arms hurt after 5 minutes, though, and now it has been 1,5 years more without swimming. I'm also sure to spill all kinds of spaghetti due to social reasons and the new unusualness of covid restrictions.
Brazil Bernd 2021-07-30 17:46:09 ⋅ 1h No. 118465
>>118424 Swimming in natural bodies of water is so much better. Specially cold waterfall pools. The only problem is the rasta inhabitants of such places
Germany Bernd 2021-07-30 18:21:47 ⋅ 1h No. 118469
>>118465 In such a place you can't swim properly. Just bathe and splash around a bit.
Norway Bernd 2021-07-30 18:45:17 ⋅ 36m No. 118471
>>118469 Swim to Oslo from Lübeck. Good eggcersies
Germany Bernd 2021-07-30 19:18:27 ⋅ 3m No. 118472
>>118471 Beowulf tier.

Finland Bernd 2021-07-30 18:03:06 ⋅ 1h No. 118466
Have any of our resident druggies and psychonauts tried to smoke blue lotus?
Finland Bernd 2021-07-30 18:17:45 ⋅ 1h No. 118468
In the wild it looks something like this
Slovenia Bernd 2021-07-30 18:22:40 ⋅ 59m No. 118470
nope, I am aware of it but I have no idea where it'd grow (probably nowhere in the wild here) and can't forage I'm also terribly connected yet I refuse to buy shit online. such cases

The Great Fren

Finland Bernd 2021-07-17 15:27:20 ⋅ 1w
No. 117545
Five years ago around this time I was ghosted by my very very good fren of three years at the time because I sperged out and embarrassed him in front of his cousins. Something happened that put my heda in that stressed out sperg mode and I just started acting in a paranoid and bizarre way. In this sperged out state I cannot fully control my behavior and bad things end up happening. I think it has to be because of all the sufferings I have been through over the years which have fugged my brain. I know it sounds really disgusting and Reddit tier but it's true. I have never had a friend who was so on the same wavelenght as me and so similar in almost every way. Interests, opinions, life settis, everything. We had so much fun together. I also introduced him to imageboards which sucked him in instantly. We would have had so much more fun over these five years of being frens and still more would be ahead. I would have done much better in crypto and work and all fugging things in life (except getting a gf which is impossible). Great discussions of world events and the gayness of life would have been had. But it's don't. Why must I always suffer? I know that what happened was my own fault but from a certain POV of view it was also a terrible misunderstanding and it should never have happened. Do things like this happen to any other Bernd? Probably not tbh.
New Zealand Bernd 2021-07-17 20:26:23 ⋅ 1w No. 117556
I don't bother making permanent friends because I know I'll likely never see them again.
Finland Bernd 2021-07-18 07:19:36 ⋅ 1w No. 117560
Huh, where did the other images go?
United States Bernd 2021-07-21 03:23:19 ⋅ 1w No. 117666
I have never had a friend of hung with "our friends" I am a virgin
Finland Bernd 2021-07-30 18:06:42 ⋅ 1h No. 118467
Multiple image bosting is back apparently If only I could have this fren back...

Someone has to say it

Norway Bernd 2021-07-30 10:04:36 ⋅ 9h
No. 118436
I think kpop is fun
Canada Bernd 2021-07-30 10:39:56 ⋅ 8h No. 118442
>>118439 Seethe. Dilate.
Norway Bernd 2021-07-30 10:46:01 ⋅ 8h No. 118444
>>118442 **no u**
Germany Bernd 2021-07-30 12:38:25 ⋅ 6h No. 118455
This is the only song I like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRmfLif2hVo For some reason I like the synth loop
Slovenia Bernd 2021-07-30 17:04:47 ⋅ 2h No. 118463
I think kpop is adhd simulator

Sweden Bernd 2021-07-30 04:34:52 ⋅ 14h No. 118429
Good morning. Slept almost 9 hours and woke up with headache. Caffeine withdrawal sucks.
New Zealand Bernd 2021-07-30 06:03:59 ⋅ 13h No. 118430
Just drink the caffeine, it won't kill you.
Norway Bernd 2021-07-30 10:06:12 ⋅ 9h No. 118437
>>118430
Germany Bernd 2021-07-30 15:49:38 ⋅ 3h No. 118462
>>118437 A 44-year-old man presented in May, 2001, with muscle cramps. He had no medical history of note, but volunteered the fact that he had been drinking up to 4 L of black tea per day over the past 25 years. His preferred brand was GoldTeefix (Tekanne, Salzburg, Austria). Since this type of tea had given him occasional gastric pain, he changed to Earl Grey (Twinings & Company, London, UK), which he thought would be less harmful to his stomach. 1 week after the change, he noticed repeated muscle cramps for some seconds in his right foot. The longer he drank Earl Grey tea, the more intense the muscle cramps became. After 3 weeks, they also occurred in the left foot. After 5 weeks, muscle cramps had spread towards the hands and the right calf. Occasionally, he observed fasciculations of the right adductor pollicis and gastrocnemius. Additionally, he noted distal paraesthesias in all limbs, and a feeling of pressure in his eyes, associated with blurred vision, particularly in darkness. On neurologic examination he had reduced visual acuity and fasciculations in the right tibialis anterior and adductor pollicis. Motor and sensory nerve conduction studies of the right median, peroneal and sural nerves were normal. Needle electromyography of the right tibialis anterior showed fasciculations at 6 of 20 sites, but motor unit architecture was preserved. Ophthalmological tonometry and fundoscopy, and cerebral magnetic resonance imaging were normal. Tests of thyroid, hepatic, adrenal, and kidney functions showed no abnormalities. Serum and urine potassium, chloride, calcium, magnesium, and phosphate were all within the normal range. He did not have polydipsia, and was quite capable of reducing his fluid intake to 1–2 L per day. I excluded motor neurone disease, polyneuropathy, myopathy, neuromyotonia, stiff-man syndrome, and Machado-Joseph disease by appropriate tests. The patient assumed that there was a relation between his symptoms and his tea consumption, and stopped drinking Earl Grey after 5 months, reverting to pure black tea again. Within 1 week, his symptoms had completely disappeared. Symptoms also remained absent if he completely withdrew from tea, which he did in the nature of experiment, for about a week. He found that his symptoms did not recur as long as he consumed no more than 1 L of Earl Grey daily. When last seen in November, 2001, neurological examination, nerve conduction studies, and electromyography were normal. He was still drinking 2 L of plain black tea daily (his entire fluid intake), and had no complaints. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736%2802%2908436-2/fulltext

United healthy lifestyle threda

Saint Petersburg Bernd 2021-07-05 19:24:40 ⋅ 3w
No. 117016
Here we tell about life changing, when we change diet and added some physical activity , trying to stop smoking. Share tips and live hacks and just enjoy a healthy life.
Germany Bernd 2021-07-30 12:01:07 ⋅ 7h No. 118451
>>118450 You have space, money and ability to build all that? I have been training in a home gym for over a year now. But it is just dumbbells, ez-curlbar, yoga mat, suspension trainer and a few smaller things. I can't do classic gym exercises like barbell squats, but I have been able to exercise to my satisfaction and improov myself.
Germany Bernd 2021-07-30 12:15:15 ⋅ 7h No. 118452
>>118451 triple yes, i'm awesome
Canada Bernd 2021-07-30 12:18:39 ⋅ 7h No. 118453
>>118452 What does your dad do?
Germany Bernd 2021-07-30 12:39:36 ⋅ 6h No. 118456
>>118453 chilling in italy rn

Germany Bernd 2021-07-30 11:08:14 ⋅ 8h No. 118446
When I read local news it sounds like Covid is mostly over soon. People go back to office, discussions about less restrictions, etc. But when I read international new it sounds like it's gonna get even worse. Vaccinated people in hospitals, mutations in vaccinated people, new variations with 1000x times the virus count, higher dangers to children. I am confused. What do you think the world will look like in 6 months?
Norway Bernd 2021-07-30 11:12:59 ⋅ 8h No. 118447
Next wave will probably be okay I think. At least the pandemic exposed how incompetent and outdated the west is nowadays, a dying civilization. Except Denmark :3
Germany Bernd 2021-07-30 11:24:42 ⋅ 7h No. 118448
>>118447 I remember such a pic from before the pandemic and it had the Anglos on top. Didn't turn out to be true.

Sweden Bernd 2021-07-30 07:28:19 ⋅ 11h No. 118432
New Russianbadger video is out! https://youtu.be/KfBfL5Gdq_o

New Zealand Bernd 2021-07-30 06:08:01 ⋅ 13h No. 118431
My right eye was buggered bad after planting in an area rife with scotch broom. Some of the plants in question were towering me and I innocently turned around and got a piece of it embedded in my eye. Now I can barely open it and I think people were looking at me weirdly as I walked through the supermarket seeing fuzzy blurs of people from my left eye that was also grazed by this evil plant.

United States Bernd 2021-07-29 23:47:14 ⋅ 19h No. 118427
Frozen pidser for dinner
New Zealand Bernd 2021-07-30 04:29:14 ⋅ 14h No. 118428
Ice cream for me.