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No. 6325[Reply]

Previous thread: >>81746
Post pics or gifs of pretty girls.
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No. 24906

>>24901
Shes really cute whats her name

No. 24913

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>>24906

Miki Ehara.

No. 24918

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Shame about the shooped waist though.

No. 24947

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No. 4532[Reply]

Just curious of your guys' musical preferences. And mainly looking forward to finding new bands
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No. 24904

>>24878
its a really nice song but not quite the vibe im going for thanks for the suggestion!

No. 24923

>>24904
Nta but you might like Sabrina Claudio's songs then. They're all quite sensual and sexy. My personal favorites are "stand still" and this.

No. 24924

>>24923
And here's something more upbeat

No. 25007

>>24923
>>24924
both of these artists are perfect!! thank you anon

No. 25122

>>25007
You're welcome! Glad you liked them.



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No. 23607[Reply]

Write fanfics about your favorite cows! It can be slash, bondage/torture, self-insert, lemon, hatefic, etc.

Write to your heart’s content!
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No. 23708

>>23670
>>23677
>>23658
thanks for enjoying my tired, silly writing. And yeah, I rushed through the whole thing and the end def was lacking.
The other stories have been pretty outrageous, too. This is a cool thread

No. 24000

>>23633 - Chapter 2

The Chateau Marmont sat on top of a hill, it laid nestled between the beautiful California beaches and the lively area of West Hollywood. Stevie couldn’t help but be enthralled by the scenery of the Sunset Strip and longed to explore it once business was through. Speaking of which… the hotel was just around the corner.

‘Swanky’ he thought to himself as got off the car and thanked the chauffeur. He then proceeded to walk inside, marveling at the intricate designs and beautiful architecture; he could feel the spirit of old Hollywood. ‘

‘This place is too good for onishit, Jewtube or Machinima must’ve paid for it probably.’ Another thought came by.

Stevie went towards the platinum-blonde receptionist behind the desk and asked for a “Gregory Daniel”, before calling Greg’s room-

“I’m right here.” Greg retorted.

“Uhh hi, I guess…” was all Stevie could say to the man who was directly facing him. He was somewhat frightened of him, yet keeping his composure. Greg walked towards the elevator and all Stevie could do is follow.

Stevie noted that he and Greg share a similar “rocker-chic” style; Stevie was more blatant with his trip bondage pants, Suicidal Tendencies t-shirt, black sneakers and three-layered studded cuffs on his wrists - all black of course while his hair was slightly disheveled and kept the pubes-like goatee. Meanwhile Greg was more laid-back grungy with his dark blue, acid-washed baggy pants, ankle-high combat boots and a plain black shirt. He still had that Kurt Cobain-inspired bob cut yet slightly growing; he was clean-shaven. Stevie couldn’t help but chuckle at the thought of being stuck in 1999.
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No. 24015

Are we allowed to port prompts? I'd love to read some snarky shoe/preg domestic fluff.

No. 24020

>>24015
ew what the fuck?

No. 24026

>>24015
Knock yourself out!



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No. 2842[Reply]

Can we have a comfy movie thread where we discuss recent movies that we watched and rate them? We can also ask for recommendations and talk about anything movie related like theories, analysis, impressions, etc.
Animated movies, old Hollywood movies, foreign movies, movies you like and think no one has seen, so movies of any kind are welcome!
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No. 23533

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>>3074
This is such a beautiful and succinct review. I loved Mandy too and the entire atmosphere of the movie. The OST is amazing (RIP Jóhann Jóhannsson) and I've been listening to it a lot ever since I've watched the movie. But yeah, I never really liked Nicolas Cage but he was fantastic in this role.

No. 23543

>>23533
Agreed. This movie was such a trip. Cage’s best performance imo. And demon penis. Can’t beat demon penis.

No. 23613

>>22198
Too many plot holes for me to ignore, for sure. I still liked it overall I guess. It was something different from the usual horror offerings that come to theaters; Anabelle 3, The Conjuring 4, Stephen King Remake 11, etc.

No. 23626

>>23533
>RIP Jóhann Jóhannsson
what the fuck how did I not know Jóhann Jóhannsson died???? That really bums me out, damn.

No. 23995

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I watched Ladybird and Princess Cyd, they were on my list for some time. Ladybird was a complete letdown, but I liked the other one a lot. It was really cozy, nice cinematography, good soundtrack. Would recommend (and sign it in my "feel good movies" list)



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No. 9088[Reply]

Can we get a true crime thread that doesn’t delve into what serial killers you want to fuck?

Talk about things you find interesting
>Unsolved Mysteries
>Overrated Killers
>Favourite Podcasts
>Zodiac or EAR//ONS?
>Have you watched Mindunter?
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No. 13305

The bodycam footage is insane. So many redflags here and good job to the officer who investigated and took the neighbors seriously

No. 13409

>>13305
The neighbors did an amazing job with giving the police information about the house and the cameras. I feel horrible about what happened but at least they knew something was up and had the courage to go to the house even while Chris was there. The case ended as quickly as it did because of their actions.

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>>9236
she reminds me of carolyn moore layton (on far left) who was jim jones’ mistress. same dark hair and complicity.

No. 15065

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So much incoming with the Chris Watts case, MJ documentary, and the R Kelly shit going on.

No. 23645

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Do you believe his claims?

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/13/us/samuel-little-serial-killer.html

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/02/15/he-claims-be-americas-deadliest-serial-killer-his-paintings-could-help-find-more-victims/

Despite the passing years, Samuel Little still had all the details neatly filed away in corners of his mind.

The particular shapes of noses. The way their hair was cut short or tumbled to their shoulders. The colors of their eyes. And decades later, as he sat in a Texas jail cell and received daily visitors from around the country, the 78-year-old serial killer began drawing the faces of his victims from memory.

Late last year, Little — already convicted in 2014 of murdering three women in Southern California in the late 1980s — shocked the American law enforcement community by confessing to killing more than 90 women between 1970 and 2013, a body count that would make him one of the deadliest serial killers in history.



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No. 9288[Reply]

Post any kind of comics, they only need to be short
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No. 9579

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No. 9580

>>9577
someone touched a nerve.

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No. 23440

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I love Nitori Sasami's short comics, they're so wholesome

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No. 22873[Reply]

nuclear boogaloo
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No. 23289

>>23255
>my favs are the nationally produced ones and I don't know if it's worth mentioning

you damn well know they're worth mentioning. You sound really passionate about this topic and it's always nice to find some new media to enjoy

No. 23295

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Soviet postcards were so pretty and dirt-cheap, too. This is a little late, but the postcards for International Women's Day on March 8 are so cute, especially the ones intended to be given by kids.


In general, 70s Soviet Media is peak cozy-ness, everything from that era is so cute and special to me.

No. 23296

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Also, European squirrels are so much cuter than American squirrels. This is the hill I will die on.

No. 23297

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No. 24768

>>23295
>>23296
>>23297
these cards are super cute



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No. 8832[Reply]


>do you still play them now and hoe often?

>what were your favorites and why?
>which ones had the best charcter designs and customaziton options
>did you mostly spend your time questing alone or did you try to start and or join a party?
>if you had the time and opportunity would you ever play any of them again?
>if you do still play mmorpgs do you just stick to the ones youve played for years or do you try and check out new ones?
>what were your favorite mmorpgs that have since been shut down?
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No. 22507

>>8872
…..does this offer still stand?

No. 22804

>>22507
Yes it does.

No. 22808

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>>11805
>>13034
Burning Soulworker is pretty good, anon. It's more action based but it's the most fun I've had in a while (classes are gender locked though), it's got an active community too. Other suggestions would be Phantasy Star 2, Code Closers, Kurtzpel (it isn't a traditional MMO but it has a very cute style and the character creator is robust). I would say Kritika but it's closing April 30th or so I've heard.

Speaking of, does anyone remember games like wind slayer, soul saver, latale, rusty hearts, s4 league or wonderking? No matter where on the ass end of the internet i post these, nobody seems to remember it. Especially wind slayer, it got a short lived sequel after the original shut down. I miss old kmmos that had a cutesy sidescroller style, i played every single one on the market at some point. I miss the golden age of kmmos, they just don't make them anymore. I even played Tera obsessively for a while until i realized the gameplay was dogshit and happened to pick the worst class in the game at the time (sorcerer) so i got fucked.
Nowadays i'm trying to relive the good old days by playing GMS and s4 league/latale pservers, but for the more old niche games there's not even a private server.

No. 22813

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>>22808
ok, I've never seen that in my life, but by any chance, have you played the old ass school Nexon games, ie. Elancia, Dark Ages, Kingdom of the Wind?
pic related

No. 22855

>>22813
Haha, nope. Guess i'm not as much of an oldfag as i like to think. This genuinely looks like something i'd play when it was out, though.



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No. 11970[Reply]

What it says on the tin. Let's discuss some more kpop, farmers.
>Who's your favorite band/group and why isn't it NCT? Who's your bias?
>What do you think of the weird kpop fandoms that are popping up and the crazy fans that come with them?
>Any comebacks you're looking forward to?

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No. 22807

How do you guys feel about IZ*ONE? I really like La Vie en Rose so I tried listening to the rest of their debut album but it was disappointing. La Vie en Rose had a more mature sound with strong vocals, but all their other songs sound overly childish. They have a lot of potential so I hope their next album is better than their first.

No. 22814

>>22807
I liked la vie en rose but after hearing it dozens of times at the end of the year award shows I got tired of it. Violeta sounds good so far. I like the style they chose for izone a lot and I'm glad they didn't got for a super obvious ioi copy.

No. 23151

>>22807
I liked O'My (despite the high pitched voices, it's got a good instrumental) and the songs from P48 (you're in love aren't you and as we dream), but I wish they'd have more songs like LVeR that straddle the line between being mature and cool without straying into age innapropirate territory for them.

I do think that their second mini sounds better than COLOR*Z from the audio snippets.

No. 25398

So…..did anyone else here think the new bts album was okay or do I have to go back to the kpop critical and pretend to hate it?

No. 26814

>>25398
I didn't like it but I liked some of the songs on blackpink's newest album so I can't judge. I know I have bad taste though.



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No. 19696[Reply]

Rant about Kpop, its creepy fandoms, and/or its fucked up industry. Or just nitpick some idols.

· Don't sperg, complain or pick fights.
· Don't racebait.
· Don't derail about dumb shit. If it doesn't directly have to do with Kpop, don't post about it here.
· This thread is not about shipping or fangirling. Save that for the general kpop thread here: >>>/m/11970

Last thread: >>>/m/17899
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No. 22794

>>22792
worked for her i guess, you got armchairs losing their shit over it. that and the fact she said she wants GGs to have concerts as big as BGs so now you have tumblr crowd creaming themselves over "feminist qween" lmao

No. 22795

>>22792
humblebrag

No. 22796

>>22792
Sunmi is long enough in the business and smart enough to know Army would have gone nuts, if she said something else.

For the Jungkook and selfharm-thing… he has a position with a lot of responsibility since a very young age. His upcoming was filled with hate from the entertainment industry and was at the same time babied by fans, but also was a sexobject for young and old fans. This is something not only JK has to deal with of course, but since he seems to be a very introvert person, but also a perfectionist… it can fuck someone up. Regardless of what you someone thinks of BTS, I honestly hope it is not selfharm and Army are once right in brushing it off. (Even though I highly doubt it.)

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they look thinner in real life , creepy

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