luka

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you would not coprehend the vocabulary he says. he's a construction worker left holland 10 years ago to live in asutralia. everyobdy said you will destroy your body do this hard work, work in the mines, but he saved hsi earnings, made a crazy investement in cyrpon and now hes millionaire. i
'like your psychotic big brother who left home/for jobs in Holland, Munich, Rome/
he's thick but he struck it rich'
 

luka

Well-known member
i met people over there who were off to the mines. its not for everyone but you have to respect it. you can just drive those fuck off massive trucks and make a fortune.
 

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
he says he was only working wit h irish people there, australians didnt want to do that dirty work

that is the weird thing he is from holland why you wanne do that? he romantizied
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
A cousin of mine is in Aus in, uh, a mine. Well he's been doing it for ages, I think he's a supervisor now or something, so I dunno how much time he actually spends underground. I know he makes damn good money. Smart move for a strong lad who wasn't a big achiever at school, although he later did a degree in mining (yes there is such a thing!) at Cambourne School of Mines, which apparently is the place to go for that sort of thing, as the name suggests. Anyway he's doing pretty well for himself.
 

suspended

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it very rarely happens actually. really basically never bacuase personalities come off the shelf and as a package

Consider: “I saw her from across the room, and I immediately fell in love.” Fell in love with what? “She had these big thick-rimmed glasses…and an impish smile…and we’re holding hands, and it’s the fall…” Right, part for the whole. She had big glasses, so you typecast her into the story you’ve run through your head a thousand times, the story repetition has lodged in your unconscious Id. She had big glasses, so she was the type of girl you could love. “No, you don’t get it—she looked like the girl of my dreams.” Exactly. Of course, she knows this, which is why she chose the glasses.
 

suspended

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One look at [our coffeeshop Deschanel Doppelgänger] predicts 25% of her personality. She has a Macbook Air, thick glasses, and a floral dress: for some reason, I doubt she’s voting Cruz 2016. She unconsciously holds her features in line with her default mood: bored, shy, bubbly, bitter. So you walk up to her and say hi and within ten seconds she knows 50% of you, or at least the person you will be around her. First date will put it up to 90%. There are an infinite number of details for the two of you to share, but the name of her childhood stuffed animal has no predictive power, while the way she pauses and inhales before each sentence tells you exactly her insecurities. Put another way: once you have your first fight in a relationship, you know how every other fight will go.
Speaking of which, do people here read Hotel Concierge? Post-TLP tumblr blogger from 2014-17. Feel like @version and @Clinamenic would especially dig. These are excerpts from "How to Be Attractive"
 

suspended

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Good example of the cybernetics of "types" tho—once they become established, people play into them, increasing their predictive power.
 

luka

Well-known member
not read that yet but just skimming over it looks like its got all the classic incel stuff. a very creative community.
 

woops

is not like other people
classic stuff

each girl’s mean attractiveness fell between 5.0 and 8.5, and the standard deviation of any one girl’s ratings was ~1. (i.e., if you’re a 7, 16% of people will consider you 8+ based on picture alone
 

luka

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classic stuff

each girl’s mean attractiveness fell between 5.0 and 8.5, and the standard deviation of any one girl’s ratings was ~1. (i.e., if you’re a 7, 16% of people will consider you 8+ based on picture alone
the pure crystallised essence of Gus.
 
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