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  • >>1
    Sad....................

  • >>3
    What? Are you making fun of me?

  • (全員)
    ラム・タム・タガーこいつはすねもの
    (タガー)
    欲しい物など何にもない 住むところなんていらないよ
    用意をしても蹴とばすだけさ ご親切だが願い下げだぜ
    しばられないのが生き方さ
    (全員)
    ラム・タム・タガーこいつは気取り屋

    (タガー)
    誰が呼ぼうと振り向かぬ

    (全員)わがままものだよ

    (タガー)
    忠告なんてそいつはご無用

    (マンカストラップ アロンゾ ミストフェリーズ)ラム・タム・タガーこいつは厄介

    (タガー)
    中にいるときゃ出たくなる 表の時は裏側さ 帰ったとたんに出かけちゃう
    閉じ込められると突き破る 黙ったまんまで大騒ぎ

    (全員)
    ラム・タム・タガーこいつはすねもの

    (タガー)
    信じるものは何もない

    (全員)
    わがままものだよ

    (タガー)
    忠告なんてそいつはご無用

    (ボンバルリーナ)
    ラム・タム・タガーこいつはつっぱり

    (タガー)
    逆らい癖がしみついた 寒い時には裸だぜ
    暑い時にはたき火する 不愉快ならば上機嫌
    気が向くときしか気が向かぬ どんな事にも耳貸さぬ
    機嫌取るのは無駄な事

    (全員)
    ラム・タム・タガーこいつは変わってる
    ラム・タム・タガー

    (タガー)
    ってすねものさ さわりたくてもさわらせないよ
    こんな楽しい生き方ないぜ

    (全員)
    ラム・タム・タガーこいつはおかしい
    ラム・タム・タガーこいつはこなせない
    ラム・タム・タガーこいつはつっぱり

    (タガー)
    勝手な暮らし楽しいぜ

    (全員)
    わがままものだよ

    (タガー)
    忠告なんてそいつは
    ご無~
    ご無~
    ご無用!

    38°
  • I never understood the appeal of gummie worms or sour gummies or whatever. But then again, that junk all came out by the time I was 30 or so, when one's tastes migrate from sweet to savory (or should, sadly it seems an entire generation is stuck on sweet) and thus my candy consumption, which probably peaked at age 10, was nearly nil by the time gummies hit the market.

    So, what's wrong with this? A number of things. The first and most obvious is that making medicine into candy is risky, if you have small children around. Kids have been hospitalized after breaking into Mom's gummie stash. It gets worse - other kids have found Mom and Dad's THC gummies or brownies and gotten into similar trouble.

    There is really no reason to disguise medicine as candy - it is just asking for trouble!

    131°
  • Mouse
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHW5TIxxkMc

    Radio Ga Ga - Queen by Alyona Yarushina
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSejHRYYVt4

    Running in the 90s
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEEJ1EUYijQ

    SADDLE UP by Geoff Castellucci
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrjAxBBDWBg

    Snake Eater - Big Band Version ft. Tiffany Mann (The 8-Bit Big Band)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGuFZ_a7RU0

    133°
  • Audio drama
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoBmPgrB0cY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3mm8vnFHSk

    136°
  • >>1
    Ride a bicycle
    https://www.bicycles.net.au/2021/10/review-the-leon-cycle-et-cycle-f1000-folding-ebike-promises-range-and-looks/

    140°
  • Happy new year 2022! Please be better!

    260°
  • Year of the TIGER
    https://twitter.com/m_okuma0831/status/1477191196753948675

    267°
  • Hello Kitty
    https://singaporefoodie.com/cheers-and-fairprice-xpress-releases-adorable-sanrio-collectibles-from-now-till-feb-14/

    289°
  • Do the TANGO
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5yQn_a9rW4

    346°
  • nani

    358°
  • Ukranian street food looks good
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APwiQvLDNFc

    430°
  • In 2020, Sydney had a total of 1343mm of rain over the entire year. As of today, Sydney has had 1366mm of rain over just the first 3.25 months of 2022. http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/averages/tables/cw_066062_All.shtml

    704°
  • Hello there.

    746°
  • Alita
    https://imgur.com/tMUBWI1
    battle angel

    772°
  • Break the cycle, man
    https://www.healthline.com/health/how-long-does-it-take-to-form-a-habit#takeaway

    Then have some icecream
    Musang Wang
    Facebook: facebook.com/musangwang
    Instagram: instagram.com/musang_wang

    778°
  • Lil' Bird & The Big Bear, Subang Jaya
    The Orange Couch Cafe, Subang Jaya

    797°
  • >>797
    https://klfoodie.com/lisette-cafe-restaurant-ramadan-buffet-subang/

    798°
  • >>798
    JOHOR
    https://youtu.be/7FSJb-M2D_c

    800°
  • >>800
    COFFEE X3
    https://storage.googleapis.com/edkl-production-storage/store/postimage/11057/image/%5B:original%2C%20:original%5D-8d32e1b86784556fea31552b472e0767.jpg

    817°
  • Chicken....
    http://ieatishootipost.sg/chiderful/

    820°
  • Flour?
    https://news.ycombinator.com/

    872°
  • 2gay2bawake

    905°
  • for the single white males in usa
    *
    https://secretsydney.com/autumn-leaves/
    Yeah

    928°
  • 2gay4anything.

    guess im right again.

    936°
  • Are you acceptable?
    Nothing comes from nothing..

    962°
  • Slash vs Watahhh
    https://youtu.be/bLS4zB5yE10?t=700

    973°
  • 🇮🇹 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗼𝗻𝗹𝘆 𝗦𝗮𝗹𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗶𝗻𝗶𝗮𝗻 𝗿𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗮𝘂𝗿𝗮𝗻𝘁 here, 𝗽𝗿𝗼𝘂𝗱𝗹𝘆 𝗯𝗿𝗶𝗻𝗴𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗺𝗼𝘀𝘁 𝗲𝘅𝗾𝘂𝗶𝘀𝗶𝘁𝗲 𝗳𝗼𝗼𝗱 𝗳𝗿𝗼𝗺 𝗦𝗮𝗹𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗼 𝗣𝗲𝗻𝗶𝗻𝘀𝘂𝗹𝗮, 𝗜𝘁𝗮𝗹𝘆.
    https://sc.pixwox.com/p/p_6854234354185136412417_0_e2c9eeec522f581e32a6540d03910e2e.jpg

    1006°
  • “What does it mean for something to be a dessert?” asks Jean-Paul El Tom, head chef and co-owner of Baba’s Place. “People will sometimes say it’s got high sugar, [but] a lot of savoury dishes have a lot of sugar. If you start trying to find the boundaries of what a dessert means, it becomes a lot harder and an unnecessary activity.”

    While El Tom’s toastie recipe is rich, sweet and creamy, it’s definitely more than just dessert. The combination of smoky banana cooked over charcoal, creamy mascarpone and crunchy Biscoff spread is as breakfast-appropriate as any sweet danish or croissant (or, as he says, “having a dessert-type food for breakfast is not uncommon”).

    Charcoal features heavily in the cooking at Baba’s Place and that’s El Tom’s secret. If you’ve had Baba's smoked banana sundae, you’ll have some idea of what you’re in for here with the banana cooked over charcoal.

    The key is to start with a very ripe banana, otherwise they’ll get firm and rubbery when cooked. Before moving the banana onto the heat, prick a few holes in the peel “otherwise it will split and you’ll get burnt pieces of banana,” says El Tom. “As soon as it starts drooping it’s gone too far.” The result is a soft, creamy banana infused with a subtle smokiness. If you don’t have a charcoal grill, El Tom recommends a cake rack over an open flame like a gas burner.

    1061°
  • Nothing comes form nothing; do something... anything.

    1147°
  • EGGS, sexy breakfast
    https://twitter.com/YUIO58ok/status/1526004017532239873
    https://twitter.com/Fredek_666/status/1526273398007119872
    https://twitter.com/spuydjeks/status/1526238254068121603

    1288°
  • HDMI offers so many protocols I didn’t know of.
    https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=31828193

    "Andy Davis HDMI - Hacking Displays Made Interesting

    Picture this scene, which happens thousands of times every day all around the world: Someone walks into a meeting room, sees a video cable and plugs it into their laptop. The other end of the cable is out of sight – it just disappears through a hole in the table. What is it connected to? Presumably the video projector bolted to the ceiling, but can it be trusted to just display their PowerPoint presentation?...

    This presentation discusses the security of video drivers which interpret and process data supplied to them by external displays, projectors and KVM switches. It covers all the main video standards, including VGA, DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort. It also details the construction of a hardware-based EDID fuzzer using an Arduino Microcontroller and a discussion of some of its findings."

    1291°
  • Niantic Undergoes Layoffs, Cancels Four Games (ign.com)

    Effects of Sleep Debt (nytimes.com)

    1301°
  • Art meets cuisine at this enigmatic muse's Cantonese restaurant on the North Shore

    Sydney has yet another stunning Cantonese offer for when the mood strikes which, to be fair, could be breakfast, lunch or dinner any day of the week. The latest addition to the killer Asian dining scene is Jinja in Macquarie Park. Jinja is named for owner and entrepreneur, local Sydney legend Jinghua (more often dubbed “Jinja” due to her obsession with ginger spice), the muse of Sydney-based artist Ronnie Samuels, whose paintings pepper the restaurant space.

    Leaning hard into food-meets-style, Jinja is all about super traditional dishes like gentle steamed market fish with shallots and, of course, ginger, as well as a few less conventional numbers like lobster san choy bao, truffled spring rolls, and prawn mousse fried brioche.

    Thanks to the eccelctic design of architecture firm Archebiosis, the interior brings together old world Shanghai, as well as colonial Hong Kong and a little modern Beijing for good measure. Intricate russet-hued parquetry flooring, sheets of floral wallpaper and exposed red brick are offset by shining neon signs and curved red velvet booths. Head chef Sebastian Tan (Silks) and specialty chef Kushal Lama (Hakkasan) head up the kitchen, where they're cranking out a massive 20 dim sum dishes, as well as crisp Peking duck, honey glazed kurobuta pork, and wagyu and asparagus fried rice.

    It wouldn't be a Chinese restaurant without a tea service and Jinja is bringing the goods, with a dedicated tea ceremony dispensary to get you feeling all kinds of zen. Once you've reached a place of inner peace, dive into the expansive wine selection. There are over 100 bottles on offer, ranging from Burgundy to the Barossa as well as top-shelf Champagnes.

    1311°
  • >The town inside me
    >and everyone's voice.
    >Only I'm not there,
    >just watching from afar.
    >I can't go home,
    >because I'm afraid
    >something will change.
    >Me... without me.
    >I'm the one to blame.
    >I moved on
    >with my own will.
    >I had nothing else I wanted to do.
    >Wasn't hard, but I didn't hate it.
    >I did not even like it.
    >I've been patient,
    >but it was bearable.
    >I've had the grey haze for a long time though (long, long time).
    >I never found out,
    >what it was. Ah!
    >It's my stress that's for sure.
    >I never wanted to run away.
    >I was very motivated.
    >Then what is... this feeling?
    >Who would I ask?
    >I've been patient,
    >but it was bearable.
    >I've had the grey haze for a long time though (long, long time).
    >I never found out,
    >what it was. Ah!
    >Tastes like vegetables I don't like.

    1326°
  • China
    https://youtu.be/Gb4e1dQRJT0

    TNT
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qwi6msrA6Cs

    1333°
  • A Buffalo Photographer’s Dignified Look at the Passage of Time
    In three decades, Milton Rogovin and his wife, Anne, captured changes in one upstate neighborhood, while also reaching deep into grand abstractions of nature and time.
    By Richard Brody

    August 10, 2022

    https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/a-buffalo-photographers-dignified-look-at-the-passage-of-time

    1338°
  • Mid Sweet
    https://ibb.co/album/jgt9nj

    1349°
  • Nice desk https://youtu.be/u32PpK_uCBk?t=122 XD

    1350°
  • Bicycling la lalaaaaaaaaaaaaa
    https://arstechnica.com/science/2022/08/if-everyone-bicycled-like-the-danes-wed-avoid-a-uks-worth-of-emissions/
    Lalaaaaaaaa

    1351°
  • Big XXXX Theory
    https://pudding.cool/2022/08/censorship/
    https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=32641028

    1364°
  • Tiger Uppercut
    https://twitter.com/LUM_sakabou/status/1566349206864171013#m

    Russian whiff-punish
    https://twitter.com/aka_333/status/1570534829460172801#m

    1393°
  • Thinking of building a new PC?
    Want to upgrade?
    Don't know what the fuck you are doing?
    Ask other anons with dubious PC knowledge to inform you on what to do!

    https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Build_a_PC
    https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Laptop_Buying_Guide
    https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Headphones
    https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Mice
    https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Routers
    https://pcpartpicker.com/ uses
    https://www.logicalincrements.com/

    Let's do it!

    1400°

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