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Tue Jan 31 05:03:00 AM UTC 2023

The nerd emoji is an embodiment of the loftiest aspirations of the human intellect. Its bespectacled representation and cerebral demeanor signify the quintessence of intellectual rigor and acumen, reflecting the complexity and profundity of human knowledge and the limitless potential of the human mind. Through its utilization in digital communication, the nerd emoji serves as a subtle but potent declaration of one's own scholarly inclinations and cerebral superiority. The nerd emoji is more than just a representation. It serves as a unifying symbol, fostering fraternal bonds among those who prize knowledge, learning, and self-improvement. It is a badge of honor for those who are passionate and relentless in their pursuit of intellectual growth, embodying the spirit of relentless inquiry and unwavering dedication. The nerd emoji also represents the progressive and inclusive nature of our contemporary society. It celebrates the diversity of the human experience, embracing those who dare to be different and follow their own unique paths of knowledge and skills. Through its symbolism, the nerd emoji conveys a message of inclusiveness, recognition, and celebration of individuality, making it a shining representation of the modern age.

- Anonymous


Tue Jan 31 02:16:54 AM UTC 2023

once in 1st or 2nd grade during an earthquake drill I really needed to piss but I couldn't move since I was under a table so I pissed on a random ass girl. I moved schools after that year but then came back 8 years later, gaslit her into thinking that wasn't me and became good friends with her. She still doesn't know

- Anonymous


Sat Jan 28 06:00:36 AM UTC 2023

Either that was interesting, or that was disgusting. It's your call [giggle]

- Anonymous


Fri Jan 27 07:02:34 PM UTC 2023

Wow, 💀, what a clever and thoughtful response. You couldn’t possibly wrack your brain to come up with a better response? Is your TikTok brainrot so severe that you can’t articulate words? Not even going to put a “goofy ahh” or “I’m dead”?! Not even a “bruh”? None of those are good responses, but at least they have words. Fucking zoomers have such short attention spans that they can’t focus long enough to do anything more than hit the emote button like some kind of fucking trained monkey? Fuck you, it’s people like you that are killing language

- Anonymous


Thu Jan 26 03:01:04 PM UTC 2023

What is this shit? Every single time I see this uninspired bullshit-ass half-cocked nonsense it's absolutely nothing. There is no joke here. There is no subtext. There is no comedy. This is just a series of vignettes showing things that wouldn't be interesting if they happened to me. I wouldn't find this engaging if I witnessed it occurring from across the room, and yet this artist has decided it deserved to be committed to MS Paint so that we could all witness their mundane life in perpetuity. I mean, seriously, is this an NFT-type scam or something? Are they using their Patreon to launder money, and driving upvotes here in order to create the illusion that they could realistically be receiving that much? I just cannot fathom that something so "haha relatable" without the "haha" bit could be generating THOUSANDS of positive interactions.

- Anonymous


Wed Jan 25 08:30:20 PM UTC 2023

Note to self: You can probably use a sessions cookie for timezone (when querying TIMESTAMPTZ)?

- swagg boi (Homepage)


Tue Jan 24 05:54:54 PM UTC 2023

Here's the thing. You said a "jackdaw is a crow." Is it in the same family? Yes. No one's arguing that. As someone who is a scientist who studies crows, I am telling you, specifically, in science, no one calls jackdaws crows. If you want to be "specific" like you said, then you shouldn't either. They're not the same thing. If you're saying "crow family" you're referring to the taxonomic grouping of Corvidae, which includes things from nutcrackers to blue jays to ravens. So your reasoning for calling a jackdaw a crow is because random people "call the black ones crows?" Let's get grackles and blackbirds in there, then, too. Also, calling someone a human or an ape? It's not one or the other, that's not how taxonomy works. They're both. A jackdaw is a jackdaw and a member of the crow family. But that's not what you said. You said a jackdaw is a crow, which is not true unless you're okay with calling all members of the crow family crows, which means you'd call blue jays, ravens, and other birds crows, too. Which you said you don't. It's okay to just admit you're wrong, you know?

- Anonymous


Tue Jan 24 12:57:52 AM UTC 2023

dude, imagine typing the n-word on the internet whilst simultaneously being TERRIFIED of people in real life and then talking about "OPSEC" like you're not the equivalent of someone in a Call of Duty lobby. You're not even doing anything? You're not sidejacking important people, you're not defrauding huge corporations, you're not selling 0days to black site groups, you're literally just typing the n-word on a twitter knock-off website. i've said it before, if these people mattered at all, I'd feel sad for them. i just kinda shake my head and chuckle. get a hobby. learn to like, knit, or sculpt or something. you gotta get away from this website and do something that you can be objective proud of to stop feeling all this hate for people you don't know just because of their skin color. at least I only hate you because of what you say and do, but a lot of you racists just hate people without ANY investigation into their character, accomplishments, ambitions, desires, intellect, etc. it's really quite wild. it's the ultimate form of shallow-mindedness that leads you to be incredibly easy to influence by anybody who even remotely agrees with you. they say "yeah, fuck them n-words, now vote for me and sign all your rights away~~~!!!" and it's just like sheep to the slaughter. crazy shit out there

- Anonymous


Sat Jan 21 08:47:31 PM UTC 2023

Greta Thunberg is the reason I work out. I have this fantasy where we start talking at the UN climate summit after party. We exchange a few pleasantries. She asks what I do. I say I loved her on CNN She laughs. I get my drink. "Well, see ya," I say and walk away. I've got her attention now. How many guys voluntarily leave a conversation with Greta Thunberg? She touches her neck as she watches me leave. Later, as the night's dragged on and the coterie of gorgeous narcissists grows increasingly loose, she finds me on the balcony, my bowtie undone, smoking a cigarette. "Got a spare?" she asks. "What's in it for me?" I say as I hand her one of my little white ladies. She smiles. "Conversation with me, duh." I laugh. "What's so funny?" she protests. "Nothing, nothing... It's just... don't you grow tired of the egos?" "You get used to it," she says, lighting her cigarette and handing me back the lighter. "What would you do if you weren't a climate change activist?" I ask. "Teaching, I think." "And if I was your student, what would I be learning?" "Discipline," she says quickly, looking up into my eyes, before changing the subject. "Where are you from?" "Mexico" I say. "Oh wow. That's lovely." "It's OK," I admit. "Not everything is to my liking." "What could possibly be not to your liking in Mexico?" she inquires. "I don't like sand," I tell her. "It's coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere."

- Anonymous


Sat Jan 21 08:39:44 PM UTC 2023

Locate an area of grass. The first step in touching grass is to find a place where grass is present. This can be a lawn in your backyard, a park, a sports field, or any other location where grass is growing. Make sure you have access to the area and that it is safe for you to be there. Stand or kneel in a comfortable position. Once you have found an area of grass, stand or kneel in a comfortable position. If you are standing, make sure you have good balance and are able to maintain your balance while reaching out to touch the grass. If you are kneeling, place a cushion or towel under your knees for added comfort. Extend your arm(s) in front of you, with your hand(s) open and fingers extended. This allows you to easily reach the grass and feel the texture and sensation of the blades. Slowly lower your hand(s) towards the grass. Take your time and move slowly to ensure that you don't accidentally step on or damage any of the grass. Allow your fingers to come into contact with the blades of grass. You may feel the softness and/or dampness of the grass depending on the environment. You may also feel the different temperatures of the grass if you are in a place with a different climate. Gently move your fingers through the blades of grass, feeling the texture and sensation of the grass. Take note of the different feelings and textures you experience. Repeat step 6 as desired, moving your fingers through different sections of the grass to experience the variety of textures and sensations. When you have finished touching the grass, stand or rise back to your original position. Take a moment to appreciate the experience and the sensation of the grass on your fingers. Note: If you are allergic or have any medical condition that may affect you to touch the grass, it is recommended to consult with your physician before attempting this activity. A

- Anonymous