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Date Signed Up:10/11/2011
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#4 - Does it come with the old lady? 07/11/2016 on I'd buy it +1
#46 - As a college student there are days I go by with no lunch, thi… 07/03/2016 on grill porn +1
#32 - I don't always eat like this, actually a steak such as that on… 07/03/2016 on grill porn +2
#26 - This was my lunch today, but **** it he wins O.O  [+] (4 new replies) 07/03/2016 on grill porn +2
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#45 - heartlessrobot (07/03/2016) [-]
Better than my work lunch.
Beef Jerky, a pickle, and gatorade, every day for two weeks straight, gets a little old.
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#46 - junkdestroyer (07/03/2016) [-]
As a college student there are days I go by with no lunch, this was a fucking break for me, a dream meal if you will. But yeah, repetitive meals suck, I enjoy eating a lot, and it bums me out when I know that what I'm about to eat isn't gonna be gud or something I've had for days on end :/
#31 - anon (07/03/2016) [-]
Lunch, you have wine and a big piece of meat, my lunch is usually a sandwich or an apple.
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#32 - junkdestroyer (07/03/2016) [-]
I don't always eat like this, actually a steak such as that one (only half of it is in the picture, it was too big to fit on the plate) is expensive and the wine wasn't cheap either, this lunch was kind of an exceptional thing and a bit of a guilty pleasure, but it was a coincidence that it was what I had today for lunch.
#15 - Picture 07/01/2016 on The Banter Master -1
#8 - I agree with you, but what I don't understand from these peopl…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/26/2016 on English pedos screw their... +1
#12 - revelz (06/26/2016) [-]
What people are generally saying is that the older generation will be dead by the time the major effects will happen. But yes, complacency was a major issue.
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#9 - meatygoodness (06/26/2016) [-]
Hit the nail on the head. I reckon quite a few of the younger voters thought it'd be a remain vote anyway and decided to not even vote. Liberal types aren't used to losing in this day and age in any case.
#73 - Sure Democracy is about giving everyone the right to have thei… 06/26/2016 on Remainers Demanding Second... 0
#57 - No, being sore losers is their right of expression, democracy …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/26/2016 on Remainers Demanding Second... -3
#59 - wadawada (06/26/2016) [-]
Yeah, but they could, that's the point of democracy.

once again, I am not saiying it's a good move, or that it yould work in any way.
#54 - Personally I call that being a salty bitch, the people decided…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/26/2016 on Remainers Demanding Second... -1
#71 - anon (06/26/2016) [-]
Yeah, dude, but still. you can't call a 52% vs 48% a real "majority vs minority" thing. It's quite literally half of the Union, not to mention the issue of where did all the votes from (the whole Scotland/N. Ireland vs England/Whales).

You can't dismiss half of the population as whiny losers when there are so many of them :/ Democracy is not "the majority crushes the minority, and the minority shuts the fuck up", that's not how it works. Now more than ever you people need to find a middle ground, because very hard times are coming, and you won't survive them with a county broken in half.
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#73 - junkdestroyer (06/26/2016) [-]
Sure Democracy is about giving everyone the right to have their voice heard, and it was, even if was 52% over 48, I make Vin Disel's words mine in this case, a win is a win. I also firmly believe that if the result was inversed there wouldn't be nearly as much of a comotion over a second referendum. The Scotland and Ireland problem is related but also a completely different thing, if they want out of the UK now it doesn't change the fact that it was the whole of the UK votting, the UK voted, and the UK left. Now if the Scots hold a referendum to leave the UK and get back into the EU that's something else entirely. Regarding that "country torn in half" thing, I feel like it's something along the lines of, the bed is made, now sleep on it because they chose this, and it's not something so lighthearted as to have "buyer's remorse" over it, even if it was just by a slight percentage, 4% difference still holds a few thousand voices.
#56 - wadawada (06/26/2016) [-]
Yeah, but democraticly, it's their right to be sore loosers. You can't take that away from them.
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#57 - junkdestroyer (06/26/2016) [-]
No, being sore losers is their right of expression, democracy has done it's job in the first referendum, I also bet if remain had won the leavers wouldn't be throwing a tantrum like this.
#59 - wadawada (06/26/2016) [-]
Yeah, but they could, that's the point of democracy.

once again, I am not saiying it's a good move, or that it yould work in any way.
#360 - Damn straight, gotta have that Clear Mind 06/25/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 1 0