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John Smith 17/03/12(Sun)02:33 No. 45931 [Reply]
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Dear John,

There are so many people wearing black these days. Who's funeral are we prepairing for? Are we slitting our wrists now? If that is so will it be horizontally or diagonally?


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John Smith 17/04/10(Mon)00:08 No. 45982

Dear John,
I wear black nearly every day, it is easy to combine and fits my mood


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John Smith 17/04/13(Thu)23:00 No. 45998

That's really fucked up, John.


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John Smith 17/04/14(Fri)04:33 No. 46000

One must slice along the vein, i.e. vertically, if one wishes to die. Then again if you are merely going for the aesthetic I think horizontal is better and more conspicuous.

-John




John Smith 17/02/20(Mon)09:46 No. 45900 [Reply]
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Learning how to use Gimp. Will post some stuff I been practicing. Why not?


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John Smith 17/02/20(Mon)09:54 No. 45904
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before


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John Smith 17/02/20(Mon)10:00 No. 45905
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>>45904
after


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John Smith 17/04/12(Wed)20:38 No. 45994

John have you ever thought that there might be a connection between these "gimps"s and life?
Before and after.
your still the same person but with little changes.




John Smith 17/02/09(Thu)19:33 No. 45887 [Reply]
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Yesterday was my birthday , and when i was about to blow the candle , someone said , ``make a wish`` but... I DONT HAVE A WISH!!!!! as much i try to think in one wish nothing comes, NOTHING!!!! im dead? im souless? can someone give me a clue WHY i have no wish... or maybe that`s my wish?


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John Smith 17/02/11(Sat)08:20 No. 45889

okay mate tty


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John Smith 17/04/10(Mon)16:02 No. 45984

I question whether your name is even John. The amount of enthusiasm and exclamation points are off putting and make me feel nervous as a casual John browsing this board.


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John Smith 17/04/11(Tue)05:49 No. 45986

Last fall, I picked a seeded dandelion and held it up to make my wish but I couldn't think of anything. I came to the realization that I finally have everything I ever wanted in life and I no longer have anything to wish for. So, there's that.




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 17/02/14(Tue)06:30 No. 45892

i love stars and stripes + it's hella cheap, alas they don't sell it anywhere i'm living right now


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John Smith 17/04/04(Tue)00:50 No. 45977

Same here, Coca Cola in particular. I've cut it down to one or two a day, though. Fear of health repercussions later in life.

- John


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John Smith 17/04/05(Wed)11:41 No. 45979

Triple ginger brew is rather nice. It hurts to drink, but in a good way (if that makes any sense).




John Smith 16/09/10(Sat)22:49 No. 45612 [Reply]
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Dear John

Let us write a story together.
I am pretty confident, that we can create something great together.

I shall start:
John shut down his computer and stared at the now black screen in front of him for what seemed ages.


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John Smith 17/01/24(Tue)23:42 No. 45847

>>45837
you make me fucking sick. ahhahahahahaahaha
I want to wash you in the mouth with my penis


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John Smith 17/02/03(Fri)21:29 No. 45873
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Does anybody want to write a nice ending?
What we got so far: http://pastebin.com/GNGqZ4hs


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John Smith 17/04/03(Mon)19:56 No. 45976

>>45873
John, i am disapointed




John Smith 17/03/28(Tue)02:56 No. 45965 [Reply]
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John,

how do I stop being a whore?

Regards,
John


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John Smith 17/03/30(Thu)03:41 No. 45969

Why bother stopping?


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John Smith 17/03/31(Fri)03:36 No. 45970

John,

John... John.

It takes a lot of effort to redefine ourselves as individuals. It also takes effort to sustain what we currently are, though change happens naturally over time, to some variation. This communication also takes effort to write, John. I have to pour energy and time and resources into replying to you at length. The laptop that I am typing on took effort to create and continues to take effort powering.
Powering civilization takes effort to sustain, much like this writing, which is being read by you, likely from another laptop, desktop, or tablet, and on goes the circle of life. We interpret our realities, in essence, under the lens of our collective experiences. We are subject to the effort that it takes reality to maintain us, and therefore, subject to the effect that these processes have on us.

John... I know that you know all about effort and effect, which is why I feel that it is very important to reiterate it here in this present communication, and as I read it aloud to proof it for errors of continuity, I reflect on why I wish to do so here, again.

Unfortunately, John, we are finite beings on finite paths, experiencing our broad delusions isolated from other creatures and yet somehow subject to their delusions, en mass, vis-a-vis culture and our attachment to it. Do not be attached, John, even to these words as you continue to read them, if you do, which I trust will be a fine option.

My Finest Salutations and Greetings, once again,

John

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John Smith 17/04/03(Mon)18:23 No. 45974

>>45965
language, language...




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 17/04/02(Sun)20:42 No. 45973

I can agree that it's a rather pleasant activity on the occasion to wonder what the lives of other individuals and their families entail. As a recommendation, you could consider reading up on old blogs for people you have never met and who's names you don't recognize. It's nice just learning about the lives of strangers progressing in real time.




John Smith 17/02/09(Thu)01:13 No. 45884 [Reply]
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John,

last night I was doing revision for my accounting exam. I'm not too worried about it, but I don't expect to do spectacular anyway.

Have you been doing much study recently?


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John Smith 17/03/24(Fri)23:29 No. 45957

>>45890
I've stopped studying for mine at all, life is great


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John Smith 17/03/25(Sat)05:00 No. 45958

Yes, Im studying russian and tomorrow is my first exam.


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John Smith 17/03/27(Mon)04:31 No. 45964

Some might say every day is a study. They'd be wrong though, but one can still say it




John Smith 16/09/08(Thu)02:29 No. 45598 [Reply]
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What is your worst irrational fear, John?

Mine is the fear of complete isolation. Quite odd considering I'm an introvert.

Yours Truly,
John


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John Smith 17/03/20(Mon)03:20 No. 45950

>>45610
John, I too share your "neck phobia"
Although I do not find being choked to be arousing


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John Smith 17/03/20(Mon)07:28 No. 45951

>>45943
Yep that's all pretty normal. Took me years to be able to vent in front of others, would instead keep it to myself. A brooding sort of hatred develops, symptoms that beta males are used to but men like us, John? Men who are capable, know they are, but are also intelligent enough to be aware of all potential consequences branching off from such confrontational behavior?
We're a different sort, brother, so don't hold back. You don't earn respect, John. You command it.


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John Smith 17/03/21(Tue)04:40 No. 45952
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Over-flowing toilets. Like, when the water is just below the rim of the bowl? It scares me. Really.




John Smith 16/11/23(Wed)03:28 No. 45732 [Reply]
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7chan is a comfortable place John. Rarely do I visit, but I liken it to a personal cabin in the woods. A quite isolated small home.


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John Smith 17/03/18(Sat)13:14 No. 45946

>>45944
Hi John, I agree. If there was a lot of traffic the atmosphere would be altered. I enjoy the stillness in the air.
- John


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John Smith 17/03/18(Sat)17:14 No. 45948

You put it well, John. This place is a nice and relaxing place to visit. Already I feel more peaceful here.


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John Smith 17/03/20(Mon)01:19 No. 45949

>>45734
I agree, but I believe that the relaxed pace of this board makes it a lot more reasonable to the average user.




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