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John Smith 18/09/07(Fri)01:48 No. 46680 [Reply]
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How's your day going John?


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John Smith 18/10/18(Thu)05:57 No. 46719

Every day I lose more faith in humanity. I met a live hate machine who believed because I had one opinion I must believe in all the opinions of those who believe in things like choice to do whatever a person wants to do. It was interesting how the person assumed a sarcastic joke about people who get offended on the internet regarding gender choice means someone is a communist. What's funnier is they had no concept of communism because in communist Russia they believe very strongly that a person can be straight, straight, or dead. (I say Russia because they then started talking about was Russia.) I'm surrounded by stupid people, lost faith in the majority of humanity, and hate the people around me just a little bit more.


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John Smith 18/11/12(Mon)09:43 No. 46740

>>46680
very well, John
I had my usual vegan yogurt with a glass of water this morning and went to work on my newly repaired bicycle.

I hope your day is going well too, John.
Yours Truly
john


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John Smith 18/11/18(Sun)06:28 No. 46753

>>46680
My middle name is john.




John Smith 18/11/13(Tue)03:34 No. 46743 [Reply]
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I occasionally enjoy a glass of room temperature water. What are some things that you find agreeable, John?


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John Smith 18/11/15(Thu)00:13 No. 46749
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OP, I seem to find this annoying little music that some hate in their opinions quite funny and enjoyable. Have to admit the little jingle that everyone loves to hate is pretty good here.

https://7chan.org/eh/src/135370717210.png


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John Smith 18/11/15(Thu)02:26 No. 46750
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John, I like it when it gets cold outside, because my housemates crank the heat to extreme stuffiness. So I open my window a little for fresh air, and the temperature is quite eh, just the way I like it.




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 18/09/11(Tue)23:09 No. 46685

On the streets, a blowjob goes for the same price as a Pizza Hut Big Dinner Box. If you want something more upmarket a few individuals on the Internet advertise a more comfortable and slightly less drug- and disease-addled version of the experience as a "quick visit" for the cost of three to four Big Dinner Boxes.

To give up being a whore is to give up that. It's not an easy journey, but patience and understanding will make the journey more bearable.


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John Smith 18/10/16(Tue)01:54 No. 46718

Perhaps you could try thinking about your actions and whatever undesirable outcomes they might result in. I think a lot, which has so far resulted in me not doing much, ensuring my rather /eh/ existence.

For instance, I'm an introvert and I need my own space. There are several women at my workplace that I would like to sleep with (and most of these women would undoubtedly like to sleep with me), yet I can't shake the thought that doing so will make the social situation more complex than I'd be comfortable with, so I'm currently (regretfully) abstaining until these thoughts get replaced with an overwhelming urge.

I suppose my theory is that overthinking leads to inaction. It's a curse to those of us who are thinkers by nature, but someone like yourself could use it to better yourself.


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John Smith 18/10/31(Wed)04:20 No. 46728

>>46681
Do a flip, John.




John Smith 18/10/18(Thu)06:34 No. 46721 [Reply]
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Dear John,
I heard about high schoolers having a 2000s party, which sounded strange until I realised it's 2018 and most of the seniors that graduated earlier this year were born in 2000. It's trippy to think about as an older John who remembers growing up in the 90s. I think I'm having an age related crisis. Any other Johns relate? Young enough to be treated without respect by younger immature people, but not old enough to be talken seriously by the older generation.


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John Smith 18/10/24(Wed)00:32 No. 46724

Try being an old man John who remembers growing up in the 60s and 70s.

On the other hand computer technology kind of grew up alongside me so it's been helpful to understand how systems work based on how previous systems worked, since most "modern" operating systems inherited large sections of their code from "old" operating systems.

Remember that the next time you hear one of those punks yammer on about how outdated something is, since most of that outdated code still lives inside that shiny overpriced fisher price toy they call a phone.


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John Smith 18/10/25(Thu)09:09 No. 46725
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Hey OP, we all get to remember things in our generations.

Those born in 2000 are likely to be 17-18 year olds today, given now we're in 2018.

I'm one of those 90s guys. A guy who got very discriminated and judged upon for having a father of soviet descent and someone who doesn't fit being of American standard.

It's the /eh/ standard. If you or your parents grew up in 50s to 70s then personally you'd learn having surveillance cameras and such would be very expensive and you'd probably would have learn of how bad the soviet union was and how much America was so different for the soviets.

Those were those times where things brought hope for those soviet people who didn't believe in their country. I honestly believe that learning through the past and graduating as a 90s guy was worth nothing as I already knew what my father and mother taught me, yet my father has been dead since I was little.

Having a bit of his soviet genetics it kind of makes me feel like I'd be one of the fit candidates of the /eh/ category.


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John Smith 18/10/28(Sun)06:30 No. 46727

>>46721
I know what you mean. I'm still in Uni but now I am seeing freshmen who were born in 2000. I feel really old but I am also grateful. It really reminds you to wake up and take advantage of the time you have.




John Smith 18/09/04(Tue)12:24 No. 46678 [Reply]
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I recently got a job with consistent hours and overtime and stuff. It's nice but I sometimes miss the flexible hours and extra time off I had at my retail job. Plus it was easier to get time off.


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John Smith 18/09/17(Mon)18:39 No. 46694

It's okay John, as you get older and move higher in your job hierarchy, you might miss some of the freedoms you used to have. Just keep moving forward.


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John Smith 18/09/21(Fri)04:11 No. 46695

Good Evening John
when I became a car salesman I had to leave behind staying awake until the sun rises. It had to be done but I miss it from time to time. Good luck with your job though.
John Smith


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John Smith 18/10/15(Mon)04:09 No. 46717

>>46695
It's funny you should mention that, John. I happen to be working at a dealership too.




John Smith 18/10/04(Thu)01:26 No. 46706 [Reply]
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Since I bought a house life has become so much more /eh/. It's what I was hoping for and more.
People that live ten houses down the road greet me. I have no idea of who they are or if we even have any shared interests, but enjoy the interaction and their friendly manner. An older lady that's moving away came to my door and asked me if I wanted to have her old chair. It's a very nice and comfortable chair.
Doing the dishes while looking out the window at the garden that's slowly becoming my garden is very soothing. One of the nicer customers at work turns out to live a few houses down the street. We say 'Hi, neighbour!' now when he comes in.
Today I found myself looking for one of those enamel house number plaques. All in all, pretty ok.


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John Smith 18/10/04(Thu)23:30 No. 46709

>>46708

Also, I ordered an enamel house number plaque.


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John Smith 18/10/07(Sun)07:26 No. 46710
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I could never own a house. They always seems to be something needing to be fixed and I'm not much of a handyperson. Plus, I'm doomed to poverty for the duration of my life and poor people shouldn't own houses. My in-laws showed me that.


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John Smith 18/10/11(Thu)17:20 No. 46715

>>46710

Have you ever been to /rnb/, John. It might suit you.

Sincerely, John




John Smith 18/10/03(Wed)02:53 No. 46702 [Reply]
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I felt very sleepy about ten minutes ago and was very close to going straight to bed to make the most out of my sleepy state. I decided to brush my teeth first and now I am completely awake. This isn't the first time this happened. Why do I have to choose between clean teeth and a quality night's sleep?


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John Smith 18/10/08(Mon)00:33 No. 46711

perhaps brush your teeth in the morning, then lightly brush them throughout the day?


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John Smith 18/10/09(Tue)18:41 No. 46713

clean teeth is important don't sweat it


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John Smith 18/10/11(Thu)12:13 No. 46714

>>46713
True.

I've been thinking, perhaps it is the minty freshness of the toothpaste. This is advantageous in the morning, but being so refreshed before bed may be making it hard for me to relax.




John Smith 17/12/02(Sat)16:10 No. 46299 [Reply]
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Hello my fellow Johns.

Any "eh" anime recommendations?


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John Smith 18/08/06(Mon)21:28 No. 46660

i would recommend "in another world with my smartphone."

it looks like it's going to be interesting, but the main character never faces any real difficulty or challenge, and the plot retains absolutely no tension throughout. i found it relaxing.


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John Smith 18/08/23(Thu)23:03 No. 46675

Kino's journey and mushishi are some of my favorite sleepy bedtime stories


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John Smith 18/10/02(Tue)14:40 No. 46701

Moe and slice of life shows are about as /eh/ as you can get, nothing happens and nothing really develops.




John Smith 18/09/22(Sat)08:33 No. 46696 [Reply]
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I am horrendously bored.


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John Smith 18/09/24(Mon)15:08 No. 46697

>>46696
Listen to this song John
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoPL7BExSQU




John Smith 18/09/09(Sun)21:01 No. 46682 [Reply]
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Dear John ,

Where is the ambiguity ?


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John Smith 18/09/10(Mon)22:15 No. 46683

>>46682
John, may I ask you whether you believe in existence before life?




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