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 No.22014[Reply]

Who are the mysterious posters who still post on uboachan in 2021.
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 No.22353

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>>22352
No. Who are YOU?

 No.22355

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>>22353
No. Who are YOU?

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>>22355
That's Strange…….

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>>22356
what do you mean

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 No.22203[Reply]

test
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 No.22285

Testing

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Testing…
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 No.20086[Reply]

What’s wrong with jerking off? It keeps me from spending too much time focusing on attracting the opposite sex.
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 No.22109

>>20157
What's funnier is that there does, in fact, exist a pharmaceutical intervention that makes you much less likely to jerk off (among other things, like get into fights or spend a lot of time playing video games), yet they very specifically have a problem with that intervention, for some reason.

And, you know, a cynic or a paranoid might almost suspect that that's the point. If the ill disappears, if it really does truly and finally cease to exist - well, you can't use it anymore, can you? That's one less handle on a person, isn't it?

 No.22110

>>22109
>a pharmaceutical intervention
Anti-depressants?
>>20211
Also yeah this post hits the mark. You're probably thinking of weird burger christian cults or online LARPers.

 No.22111

>>22110
I've never heard of it being called that, but if you wanted to put that on the label, sure.

 No.22113

>>22108
I appreciate your comment for being respectful of different worldviews. I think non-judgmental discourse with people who hold different religious beliefs is one of the best opportunities to learn more about yourself and others. I'm personally agnostic and I doubt that will change, but I've gained a lot in the past couple of years by listening to people of multiple faiths.

It's unfortunate how common it is becoming to demonize believers and specifically Christians because of a few extremists, but I've also seen an increasing number of people of all kinds seek a better understanding of each other, and I'm glad you seem to be one of them.

 No.22349

>>20086
I fap to cars



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 No.22343[Reply]

I confessed to a girl to be my girlfriend, since we were on really good terms and enjoyed each other's company. As for our relationship prior, we were good college friends and had a lot in common. She was a near perfect definition of a girl that fit my preferences from physique and character, not to mention interests; that were interlinked with my own.

During the start of our new relationship, I had done my best to change myself to be more productive and talkative, like she was and even done my part in buying some admittedly expensive gifts on various events (an art book on her birthday, a switch videa-game during valentines… etc).

Just about two months in, she had been ignoring me and stopped talking to me face-to-face and on the web. I had no idea if I did, or said something wrong and apologised on multiple occusions, but to no avail. She eventually began hanging out with another guy, who I assume is her boyfriened now and barely acknowledges me anymore.

I was and still am dumbstruck by everything that happened. It hurts just seeing her everytime I walk pass her to class, or when she is also happly talking to her boyfirend and making new friends, all the while I have to sit there and endure it. I tried being stronger by getting over it and deleting our chat logs, social-medias and such, but it does not help. She never even openly said that she whats to break-up with me, which only leaves me more confused. I sucks that I am in this position, it sucks that I spent my hard earned money on her and it sucks that I had even met her.

Hopefully, I subside these feelings with time, but I am just not feeling optimistic about anything, at the moment. What do I do?

(The picture is a Koishi figurine that I had gifted to her. She was in to Touhou, just as much has I was.)

 No.22344

>>22343
that sucks real hard anon. i don't know what to recommend except finding new interests, something to help you move on. It might take months but recover but it'll happen

 No.22346

Time heals. You are probably idealizing her right now but just try to step back mentally for a moment, if not right now then in a week or a month in a year and look back. She was technically in a relationship with you and just dumped you without even saying a word. I'm 99.99% sure nothing good would have came out of this anyway.

It's easy to be caught up in emotions when you find similar interests and such, but a relationship (even friendships) are about personality dynamics, and always takes two - it's work.



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 No.18254[Reply]

I've lived in America for my entire life and I'm really starting to get fed up with some stuff about it and I don't know to do except vent about it. I just want to know what other people think about these grievances.
1.Puritanical society: America was founded by puritans and other such zealots and even today that's readily apparent in common culture. An obsession with not just the preservation of some archaic, arbitrary moral code, but also with the status quo is ever-present in just about most of the people you meet here. Preconceived notions and lessons beaten into people command day to day life. Take the typical American. Their head is filled with handstand logic and back flip principles that they don't even consider for a second might be wrong. What's more annoying than what people believe, is their insistence on its rightness and exepectation that others conform to it.
2. Society of slaves: America has always been carried by the labor of exploited people and it has only prospered either when a source of people to exploit was readily available or everybody else was screwed up. Every point in history, everything. Colonial times, blacks. Industrial Age, for a short time, actual Americans. Railways, the Chinese. Today, Indians, Chinese and Mexicans. You could say this about pretty much every society, but only America is obsessive about their being the best while having citizens who are unwilling to labor in a farm because they think that they are too good for that. Everybody just has to spend a fuck load on college so they can get a liberal arts degree and drown in debt.
3. Everything is shit: The airports, the cities, the public transportation, the schools, the roads, every other part of infrastructure, they're all filthy and and horribly out-dated and in a state of disrepair and decrepitude. Even in the oldest parts of the country, the architecture is drab and done with as little care as possible. Every house is just a block thrown together. New York has a few nice, gothic buildings, but the rest is either the same boring, modern fare , or a rotting stack of bricks. Look at the subway!
4. Nothing ever changes: Look at the sprawling mass of emptiness, the endless, lifeless suburbia where children are sheltered and locked up in the most literal form of a physical and mental bubble as they could be. Look at all the small, shitty towns. Look at the bizarre mountain people who may or may not be inbred. Look at the shitty food filled with cPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.18298

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>>18296
Romanticized indeed.
>A village has history, is has customs it has people whose families have know each other fo decades. Within families everybody actually gives a shit about each other. A tiny, shit town hasn none of that. It is barren of significance.

Man, writing this response is a pain, I keep changing my opinion as I remember different facts and places that I've visited.

Basically, in my place you've got the picturesque idyllic villages with cozy apartments and vine cellars and views of pretty landscapes - things that the inhabitants have arranged for tourists in order to make money. Living there is indeed not bad at all, though it might be a boring kind of lifestyle for some people.
You've also got the villages that aren't based on tourism. What you'll find there is 3 families (or rather, what remains of them), their houses, barns and farmland; maybe a tiny cross or a chapel somewhere nearby.

None of these really have any sort of interesting historical or cultural background that you seem to be talking about. Even in the quite pleasant tourist village the houses that you might marvel at are actually newly built, or at least expanded, while in regular ones they're just blocks of brick with a balcony. The old houses crumble and are replaced, the people do their best to live comfortable lives and don't bother too much with tradition. It's all for show, in a away. All that shit about how much they can't live without their donkey and playing their traditional bagpipe is a farce in the same way in Britain as it is here. In reality they live in the same way as in towns, they drive cars, buy groceries, watch TV and tend crops alongside all of that. The most interesting history that you'll find here is usually some personal story related to WWII. In fact, towns are way better in regards to stuff like this, actually having folklore societies, museums, medieval churches, castles and older residential buildings, since more people are willing to preserve them. Everything is within walking distance, the shops, the school, the coffee places… Villages, on the other hand, are somewhat isolated; they're close, but you still have to use a car.

It's true that families in villages are more knit-together than in towns, but I'd say it's simply because they have no other choice, no other person tPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.18300

Can we just all listen to NiN

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>>18300
my nigga

 No.21437

USA

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>>21437
USAians suck



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 No.22222[Reply]

Focus on yourself, nobody else, king.
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>>22222
checked

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>>22226
British Broad Casting?

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>>22222
HOLY MOTHER OF CHECK

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>>22276
Ni-ni-pah



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 No.22282[Reply]

Over the past 2 years or so there's been a wave of teenagers faking mental disorders, commonly multi-personality DID and OSDD.

They're attention whores at best, 8ch-level toxic at worst. They are actively damaging the perception of people who actually have legitimate mental disorders, making it harder for people to take them seriously.

A&Q:
1) Yes, they are fake. Stuff like "typing quirks" is a dead giveaway.
2) You can just ignore/block them. Going after them is just giving them more attention.
3) No, people with those disorders do not actually post like that.
4) It's because they are making a mockery of actual disorders (and often sexualities).
5) No, they aren't trolls. At least not most of them.

You can find plenty of examples by searching #plural or #system on any big SM.

Why are these people allowed on the internet?

 No.22283

I did not listen to this PSA all the way through and I am going to continue to burn yard waste. If the PSA was about not burning yard waste, I am going to ignore it.

 No.22324

>>22282
>Faking
2 years of fear of a certain corona-virus, dude.

 No.22332

>>22324
Pretty sure the situation OP described has been happening for far longer than that.
Anecdotal evidence might be meaningless but I saw people acting that exact way back on 2012-2013.



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 No.19029[Reply]

How much do you think people are tied down by their nature and what do you think it is? To me, human nature can be boiled down to a few thing: prioritizing self-interest, duplicitous, self-justification, craving validation, pushing others down to uplift themself at every opportunity and taking the path of least resistance
These are the things I think people are naturally inclined to do when they're left to their own devices. While people can occasionally override these core behaviors, few people can do so consistently. The majority of people will always follow their nature. Those who don't either compensate for their restraint through other forms of hedonism(self-righteousness), or are actually committed to their own ideal. How hard do you think it is for somebody to be the latter? Can anybody do it, or are people only born able to do it?
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>>21167
>>21173
Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely.

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>>21421
Tiger

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OP gets it. Selfishness is driven by ego, which convinces us that we're separate entities from the world around us. It's a necessary system for survival so it makes sense it has spread to every human.

Almost all behaviour can be explained by evolutionary psychology bar behaviour that clearly doesn't produce any kind of advantage (suicide), however within this framework it falls into maladaption.

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Need some sweetness to live.

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>>21695
That's true…



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 No.22296[Reply]

There is no "try"
2022 edition
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 No.22308

I'm so sorry.

 No.22309

What is this thread about exactly?

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>>22309
I wonder the same thing!

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Whatever…

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Just DO IT



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 No.18310[Reply]

Since it's New Year's eve(for me), What's your new year's resolution(to whoever reads this)?

Also hope ya'lls christmas and new year go well.
(gif unrelated of course)
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 No.21225

>>21222
HASHIRE SORI YO

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>>21225
Hashire sori yo, kaze no you ni, tsukimihara wo, padoru padoru!

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>>21227
Hey! Jingle Bells…

 No.22286

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TIGER YEAR

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>>22286
Rawr!



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