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John Smith ## Mod ## 12/11/23(Fri)22:44 No. 38299 [Reply] Locked Stickied

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Welcome to /eh/

Where everything is just... eh...

/eh/ is not for crying, /rnb/ is for crying.

John Smith ## Mod ## 12/11/23(Fri)22:46 No. 38300

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The music is from the Tenpenny Tower lobby in Fallout 3.


John Smith 17/06/13(Tue)07:43 No. 46075 [Reply]

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This morning I ate three biscuits with my coffee.
Usually I only eat two, but it happens I am hungry after that. And being hungry is uncomfortable.

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John Smith 17/06/20(Tue)20:19 No. 46094

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Personally, I try to make sure I eat breakfast every morning, as I really don't care for filling myself up with lunch and making my afternoon work drag, due to my being full.
I generally have a cup of coffee, maybe some oj, 2 slices of wheat bread, and a cup of oatmeal with blueberries on top. Sometimes I'll go with raspberries if the blueberries aren't looking so good at the store.

I wish I could find a place that sells boysenberries though. Boysenberries, ripe, and in-season are, well, too interesting for this board i'm afraid.

I hope I haven't ranged too far from /eh/-dom.

John Smith 17/06/22(Thu)04:30 No. 46095

That sounds like a nice breakfast, John.

Fruit might be a good choice for John who doesn't care for solid food. Something like oranges or grapes that are mostly juice could work.

John Smith 17/06/27(Tue)08:25 No. 46101

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mmm... coffee...

John Smith 17/05/26(Fri)20:06 No. 46048 [Reply]

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I tried light ranch dressing today. It was good. A suitable replacement for full fat ranch.

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John Smith 17/06/23(Fri)22:51 No. 46098

I like to put a balsamic vinaigrette on vegetables I eat. It adds flavor without health risks, and it is easy to make your own if you want to.

John Smith 17/06/24(Sat)06:57 No. 46099

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I love steamed green beans with balsamic and garlic.

John Smith 17/06/24(Sat)22:25 No. 46100

Wow John. Thanks for this tip.
I just finished a steamed artichoke and it would have been better with this dressing about, I am sure.

John Smith 16/01/27(Wed)08:24 No. 45153 [Reply]

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I really love soda. I can't get enough it.

Do you like soft drinks?

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John Smith 17/06/12(Mon)04:49 No. 46073

Haha, John. I actually didn't know. I will have to check around, I never thought of it as a mix

John Smith 17/06/13(Tue)01:43 No. 46074

This is not /b/. Please refrain from abusive language.

John Smith 17/06/23(Fri)22:48 No. 46097

this post is not eh at all
I'm not mad, I'm just dissapointed

John Smith 17/06/20(Tue)04:08 No. 46091 [Reply]

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Earlier today my neighbor's (normally muzzled) giant black doggo was barking furiously - and since it's roughly 98 degrees F indoors where I am, I couldn't close the windows either and my family wa being stubborn about turning on the AC until an hour or two ago.

So I decided to go to the second floor of my house and peak stare at the doggo. We made eye contact and he went "apeshit"; that is, he just started barking louder, showing is big teeth and all.

What I, as a non-doggo expert, find strange is that while he was apparently going into RAEG MODE, his tail was wagging. Don't doggo's tails only wag quickly when they're happy, pleased or satisfied? Then again his owners don't take him out for walks much due to violent doggo things (when they do it's always with a muzzle on), so maybe he's just ecstatic over "interacting" with a different human for once. Or maybe I just don't know shit about doggos. Thoughts?

(NOTE: dog depicted left is not said doggo)

John Smith 17/06/20(Tue)04:40 No. 46092

Dogs wag their tails when they are happy, excited agitated and angry. It just show emotion of many kinds. If they keep it muzzled, it is likely a threat to others.

John Smith 17/06/20(Tue)09:35 No. 46093

You should interpret tail wagging as a sign of confidence. If they're friendly and wagging, they're confident you're friendly. If they're being aggressive (barking, showing teeth, lunging at you, etc.) while wagging, they're confident you're a threat.

John Smith 17/04/02(Sun)09:22 No. 45972 [Reply]

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Whenever I see apartments with lights on while passing by I cant helpmyself but to think about their lives and I imagine myself living there being part of their family I love observing people I wish I could spectate the life just like when you are dead in a multiplayer game and trying not to poop myself and enjoy the moment

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John Smith 17/06/15(Thu)06:38 No. 46081

It's very beautiful a thing, John.
There's a German word for this exact concept but I can't remember it and wouldn't want to look it up because it has too much potential for self-referential absurdity.

John Smith 17/06/19(Mon)01:05 No. 46089

as do I, John

except for the part about pooping. I did not understand that part.

John Smith 17/06/19(Mon)02:50 No. 46090

I'm just as curious, but less imaginative. I can't help myself from looking through people's windows, a crack in the curtains, etc. While I rice my bicycle around town I peek in on all sorts of people. I never see much of interest though really, most people around here don't seem to be home during the day.

John Smith 17/06/10(Sat)12:43 No. 46066 [Reply]

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My puppy is teething. It's a pain. She keeps biting my night gown. Also her ears are crooked. I'm not sure why.

John Smith 17/06/19(Mon)01:05 No. 46088

this topic is a bit too energizing for my taste, john

John Smith 17/02/26(Sun)06:03 No. 45908 [Reply]

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Dear John,
How do you feel about walks? I personally love them, night or day, especially when the park I walk in is empty.
Regards, John

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John Smith 17/04/29(Sat)11:40 No. 46020

Hello John. Long time since I visited you. Hope you are doing well-ish.

In regards to promenades, I do mildly enjoy them, especially when the weather is on the nicer side of its spectrum.
Walking around aimlessly is something I'm fond of (especially in forests) and if the area is geographically unknown to me for then it is all the more fun for it quickly turns into an adventure to find my way home again. It has its risks, of course, and I do admit that it has happened a few times that I've gotten lost in the woods, but it has thus far always worked out in the end.

Also, one thing that is somewhat pleasant is to walk outside very slowly, almost as if walking in slow-motion. It has a positive effect on my mind as it somehow works to stabilize it. Combining it with talking by yourself just as slowed down has made me more aware of how slower thinking (or rather, slower verbalization of one's thinking) causes a heightened awareness of ones thoughts and a greater sense of how to steer them in a desired direction.

John Smith 17/04/29(Sat)22:17 No. 46023

I like to walk in the middle of the night. I have trouble sleeping due to stress and it's a nice way for me to get my stressful thinking out of the way and relax.

John Smith 17/06/18(Sun)22:08 No. 46087

Dear John

I've only done day walks, but I'd like to do a nightwalk sometime. Though it would mess up my sleep pattern a bit.


John Smith 17/06/17(Sat)00:09 No. 46083 [Reply]

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I think I should get a nap in before work. although I could just motor on through and watch some shows on tv beforehand. got a half night anyway, thoughts?

John Smith 17/06/17(Sat)05:46 No. 46084

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I'm generally in favor of naps, John.

John Smith 17/06/17(Sat)05:59 No. 46085

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Here's another painting by Leighton I ran across looking for the previous one. Suitable for a desktop screen.

John Smith 17/03/28(Tue)22:30 No. 45966 [Reply]

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Dear John;
Last night I found a can of Heinz (trademarked) baked beans hiding at the back of a shelf in the pantry. There's something that has always unnerved me about beans. It makes me proud, as there was a chap who worked with right angled triangles (my 2nd favourite two dimensional shape) who also held a negative attitude towards members of the bean family.
I've been thinking of getting them framed. What do you think John?

Regards, John.

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John Smith 17/05/09(Tue)08:55 No. 46032

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Carpentry, architecture. Probably some civil and mechanical engineering.

John Smith 17/05/10(Wed)22:44 No. 46033

I heard that the practical hazards of favism were the motivation of the likes of Pythagoras to swear off beans. Understandably, one would not want to play games with genetic disorders that could wreck one's red blood cell count. In this view, mystical explanations (e.g. farting is a sign that beans have souls, so quit eating souls, you monster) only happened after the fact.

John, if you don't mind me asking, if the right triangle is your second favorite two-dimensional shape, which is your favorite?

John Smith 17/06/16(Fri)23:48 No. 46082

Of course I don't mind, thank you for taking interest. As my beautiful wife will tell you, I never say no to a nice equilateral triangle.

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