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Re: real confessions
« Reply #4620 on: March 06, 2014, 12:53:26 PM »
I don't find seinfeld funny at all. I tried to watch it multiple times but the characters are irritating as fuck to me. I love Curb on the other hand tho. I think shows like Curb and It's Always Sunny took what seinfeld had and made it 10x better.
^^^ signs you were born after 1988.
i don't like seinfield either, and i was born in 1977, so what am i ? retarded ?

I'm with you guys. I was born in '88. I mean, I can definitely watch the show and understand it's appeal, but it was never funny like everybody makes it out to be. The gags were just not that good. I definitely see the Seinfeld in It's Always Sunny too. A group of despicable friends getting into weird situations and often times getting their comeuppance in the face of the trope of main characters always getting off scott free. I just find Sunny's jokes much funnier. It very well maybe that it just hasn't aged well like Soda says. People will probably say the same thing of Sunny in the future.
seinfeld is the greatest show ever. its always sunny is not that great. the first few seasons were alright, but the whole show is just every character screaming at each other.

Seinfeld is the best show ever. Only other show that's as addictive and funny is The Office.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #4621 on: March 06, 2014, 01:57:35 PM »
I don't find seinfeld funny at all. I tried to watch it multiple times but the characters are irritating as fuck to me. I love Curb on the other hand tho. I think shows like Curb and It's Always Sunny took what seinfeld had and made it 10x better.
^^^ signs you were born after 1988.
i don't like seinfield either, and i was born in 1977, so what am i ? retarded ?

I'm with you guys. I was born in '88. I mean, I can definitely watch the show and understand it's appeal, but it was never funny like everybody makes it out to be. The gags were just not that good. I definitely see the Seinfeld in It's Always Sunny too. A group of despicable friends getting into weird situations and often times getting their comeuppance in the face of the trope of main characters always getting off scott free. I just find Sunny's jokes much funnier. It very well maybe that it just hasn't aged well like Soda says. People will probably say the same thing of Sunny in the future.
seinfeld is the greatest show ever. its always sunny is not that great. the first few seasons were alright, but the whole show is just every character screaming at each other.

Seinfeld is the best show ever. Only other show that's as addictive and funny is The Office.

Parks and Rec is up there. Plus aubrey plaza is a goddess so that helps.
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« Reply #4622 on: March 06, 2014, 04:29:53 PM »
seinfileid is the worst of the white people shows. not funny at all
^ name a "black show"that is as well crafted.

wait, are you being for reals or just fuckin with nino?

how about Martin, In Living Color, The Cosby Show, The Boondocks, Fat Albert, The Jeffersons, Chappelle's Show, Sanford and Son, The Wayans Brothers, Family Matters, The Fresh Prince, Living Single, to name a few? (and that's not counting The Wire, Soul Train or Roots, since we're talking about comedies).

(Seinfeld and Martin are my two favorite sitcoms of all time. how can a person enjoy both of these shows tho? how?!?!?)
The Wire is for everyone.

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« Reply #4623 on: March 06, 2014, 05:07:14 PM »
the wire was alright but i wish one of the gangs wouldve had like a ray romano type character/ i just couldnt relate

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #4624 on: March 06, 2014, 05:09:47 PM »
I don't find seinfeld funny at all. I tried to watch it multiple times but the characters are irritating as fuck to me. I love Curb on the other hand tho. I think shows like Curb and It's Always Sunny took what seinfeld had and made it 10x better.
^^^ signs you were born after 1988.
i don't like seinfield either, and i was born in 1977, so what am i ? retarded ?

I'm with you guys. I was born in '88. I mean, I can definitely watch the show and understand it's appeal, but it was never funny like everybody makes it out to be. The gags were just not that good. I definitely see the Seinfeld in It's Always Sunny too. A group of despicable friends getting into weird situations and often times getting their comeuppance in the face of the trope of main characters always getting off scott free. I just find Sunny's jokes much funnier. It very well maybe that it just hasn't aged well like Soda says. People will probably say the same thing of Sunny in the future.
seinfeld is the greatest show ever. its always sunny is not that great. the first few seasons were alright, but the whole show is just every character screaming at each other.

Seinfeld is the best show ever. Only other show that's as addictive and funny is The Office.

Parks and Rec is up there. Plus aubrey plaza is a goddess so that helps.
i totally agree about the office. even the crappier later seaons, are still really rewatchable. parks and rec on the other hand, is only good for the first two or seasons. then that show gets super shitty.

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« Reply #4625 on: March 06, 2014, 05:15:52 PM »
hey everyone shut up about your shitty tv show tastes
I;m sure i;m not the only dc/monster/subaru type guy here

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« Reply #4626 on: March 06, 2014, 05:38:30 PM »
seinfileid is the worst of the white people shows. not funny at all
^ name a "black show"that is as well crafted.

wait, are you being for reals or just fuckin with nino?

how about Martin, In Living Color, The Cosby Show, The Boondocks, Fat Albert, The Jeffersons, Chappelle's Show, Sanford and Son, The Wayans Brothers, Family Matters, The Fresh Prince, Living Single, to name a few? (and that's not counting The Wire, Soul Train or Roots, since we're talking about comedies).

(Seinfeld and Martin are my two favorite sitcoms of all time. how can a person enjoy both of these shows tho? how?!?!?)
The Wire is for everyone.
The Wire is the best t.v. show that ever was. Exhibit one:



And technically speaking it's not a "black" show. It was created by a white journalist and a white former cop.

 You and the D00D have turned this thread into a horrible head-on-collision between a short bus full of retarded kids and a van full of paraplegics.



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« Reply #4627 on: March 06, 2014, 06:59:43 PM »
all you people who don't like Seinfeld are out of your fucking mind

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« Reply #4628 on: March 07, 2014, 09:54:05 AM »
i havent watched the wire, but maybe after im through with dexter ill give it a go (im really behind on tv shows).

since were talking tv, lost is the greatest tv show in my personal opinion.

seinfeld and the office are definitely the winners of the comedy category.
the simpsons would be up there too if it didnt go to shit a few years ago. mid 90's- early 2000's was my favorite era of that show.

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« Reply #4629 on: March 07, 2014, 10:53:00 AM »
I don't find seinfeld funny at all. I tried to watch it multiple times but the characters are irritating as fuck to me. I love Curb on the other hand tho. I think shows like Curb and It's Always Sunny took what seinfeld had and made it 10x better.
^^^ signs you were born after 1988.
i don't like seinfield either, and i was born in 1977, so what am i ? retarded ?

I'm with you guys. I was born in '88. I mean, I can definitely watch the show and understand it's appeal, but it was never funny like everybody makes it out to be. The gags were just not that good. I definitely see the Seinfeld in It's Always Sunny too. A group of despicable friends getting into weird situations and often times getting their comeuppance in the face of the trope of main characters always getting off scott free. I just find Sunny's jokes much funnier. It very well maybe that it just hasn't aged well like Soda says. People will probably say the same thing of Sunny in the future.
seinfeld is the greatest show ever. its always sunny is not that great. the first few seasons were alright, but the whole show is just every character screaming at each other.

Seinfeld is the best show ever. Only other show that's as addictive and funny is The Office.

Parks and Rec is up there. Plus aubrey plaza is a goddess so that helps.
i totally agree about the office. even the crappier later seaons, are still really rewatchable. parks and rec on the other hand, is only good for the first two or seasons. then that show gets super shitty.
Never got into Parks and rec. I should give it a chance.

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« Reply #4630 on: March 07, 2014, 11:18:20 AM »
The pointlessness of life. The absurdity of trying to grasp some kind of a sense of identity when everything, including you, changes all the time anyway. Why does it bother me so much now? Why does it not bother me sometimes? Is it all just brain chemicals?

Also, I wonder if some people are just biologically tuned to feel a sense of disconnection through their life. What if you spend your whole life trying to find a connection to the world or to someone else, just out of reach? The thought that it is something you can work for seems uplifting, but what if it just is something you will always feel, no matter what? Or is it just a lack of connection with yourself? Or maybe there is no "deep connection" to be felt anyway and that is just something you try to obtain so you would not have to face the absurdity of everything. Why does it embarrass me to write this? Hella existential.
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Re: real confessions
« Reply #4631 on: March 07, 2014, 02:44:20 PM »
The pointlessness of life. The absurdity of trying to grasp some kind of a sense of identity when everything, including you, changes all the time anyway. Why does it bother me so much now? Why does it not bother me sometimes? Is it all just brain chemicals?

Also, I wonder if some people are just biologically tuned to feel a sense of disconnection through their life. What if you spend your whole life trying to find a connection to the world or to someone else, just out of reach? The thought that it is something you can work for seems uplifting, but what if it just is something you will always feel, no matter what? Or is it just a lack of connection with yourself? Or maybe there is no "deep connection" to be felt anyway and that is just something you try to obtain so you would not have to face the absurdity of everything. Why does it embarrass me to write this? Hella existential.

Everything you feel and think are really just chemical reactions going on in your brain. A few weeks ago I was really going crazy because I realized every mood and feeling I've ever had were just things that could be manipulated and the idea of reality started to dissolve. It's just kinda one of those things you trip on for a bit but then eventually forget because the chemicals in your brain balance themselves out and you go back to thinking "normal" stuff. We're all slaves to our synapses.
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« Reply #4632 on: March 07, 2014, 03:51:58 PM »
The pointlessness of life. The absurdity of trying to grasp some kind of a sense of identity when everything, including you, changes all the time anyway. Why does it bother me so much now? Why does it not bother me sometimes? Is it all just brain chemicals?

Also, I wonder if some people are just biologically tuned to feel a sense of disconnection through their life. What if you spend your whole life trying to find a connection to the world or to someone else, just out of reach? The thought that it is something you can work for seems uplifting, but what if it just is something you will always feel, no matter what? Or is it just a lack of connection with yourself? Or maybe there is no "deep connection" to be felt anyway and that is just something you try to obtain so you would not have to face the absurdity of everything. Why does it embarrass me to write this? Hella existential.

Everything you feel and think are really just chemical reactions going on in your brain. A few weeks ago I was really going crazy because I realized every mood and feeling I've ever had were just things that could be manipulated and the idea of reality started to dissolve. It's just kinda one of those things you trip on for a bit but then eventually forget because the chemicals in your brain balance themselves out and you go back to thinking "normal" stuff. We're all slaves to our synapses.

I wouldn't "slaves" , but we're definitely highly influenced by these chemicals.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #4633 on: March 07, 2014, 04:12:37 PM »
^^ dopamine is the reason we get out of bed.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #4634 on: March 07, 2014, 04:16:46 PM »
I don't find seinfeld funny at all. I tried to watch it multiple times but the characters are irritating as fuck to me. I love Curb on the other hand tho. I think shows like Curb and It's Always Sunny took what seinfeld had and made it 10x better.
^^^ signs you were born after 1988.
i don't like seinfield either, and i was born in 1977, so what am i ? retarded ?

I'm with you guys. I was born in '88. I mean, I can definitely watch the show and understand it's appeal, but it was never funny like everybody makes it out to be. The gags were just not that good. I definitely see the Seinfeld in It's Always Sunny too. A group of despicable friends getting into weird situations and often times getting their comeuppance in the face of the trope of main characters always getting off scott free. I just find Sunny's jokes much funnier. It very well maybe that it just hasn't aged well like Soda says. People will probably say the same thing of Sunny in the future.
seinfeld is the greatest show ever. its always sunny is not that great. the first few seasons were alright, but the whole show is just every character screaming at each other.

Seinfeld is the best show ever. Only other show that's as addictive and funny is The Office.

Parks and Rec is up there. Plus aubrey plaza is a goddess so that helps.
i totally agree about the office. even the crappier later seaons, are still really rewatchable. parks and rec on the other hand, is only good for the first two or seasons. then that show gets super shitty.
Never got into Parks and rec. I should give it a chance.

Never met anyone that didn't like Seinfeld. I remember always watching it as a kid even when i didn't know what everything meant same with married with children. As far as the office goes, stopped watching it after steve left and gave it a chance but it felt incomplete. That 70's show has also never disappointed as far as long running comedies goes with the exception of the last season.
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« Reply #4635 on: March 08, 2014, 03:45:12 PM »
That 70s show was awful. I usually can see the appeal in shows even when I don't like them, but I just can't see it in that 70s show. That, Friends, and How I Met Your Mother. I simply don't see the funny.

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« Reply #4636 on: March 08, 2014, 03:48:26 PM »
That 70s show was awful. I usually can see the appeal in shows even when I don't like them, but I just can't see it in that 70s show. That, Friends, and How I Met Your Mother. I simply don't see the funny.

Except for being 14 and beating off to 1st season mila kunis.

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« Reply #4637 on: March 08, 2014, 08:50:34 PM »
That 70s show was awful. I usually can see the appeal in shows even when I don't like them, but I just can't see it in that 70s show. That, Friends, and How I Met Your Mother. I simply don't see the funny.

Except for being 14 and beating off to 1st season mila kunis. Donna's mom
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« Reply #4638 on: March 09, 2014, 06:57:01 AM »
That 70s show was awful. I usually can see the appeal in shows even when I don't like them, but I just can't see it in that 70s show. That, Friends, and How I Met Your Mother. I simply don't see the funny.

Except for being 14 and beating off to 1st season mila kunis. Donna's mom

Oh man...

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« Reply #4639 on: March 12, 2014, 08:33:47 PM »
when i first started skating i saw the movie kingpin in the video store and got so fucking stoked and rented it without reading hte back or anything. i got home, watched the first 20 minutes and stormed off disappointed. to this day i have never seen kingpin, even though ive heard its actually kind of pretty okay.



ive never told this to anybody before.

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« Reply #4640 on: March 13, 2014, 08:31:12 PM »
I've been blasting bjork all day and I feel fuckin great

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« Reply #4641 on: March 19, 2014, 02:36:13 PM »
my flatground game is kind of weak right now but i look fucking  8) pushing to class
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« Reply #4642 on: March 19, 2014, 03:56:49 PM »
I pissed my pants when I was close to blackout drunk, trying to unlock the front door.

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« Reply #4643 on: March 20, 2014, 11:54:37 PM »
Not doing to good right now. Having a bit of a panic attack. Needed to type something. Trying to get my mind off it. Trying to sleep.

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« Reply #4644 on: March 21, 2014, 07:06:08 AM »
Not doing to good right now. Having a bit of a panic attack. Needed to type something. Trying to get my mind off it. Trying to sleep.
My anxiety has been pretty bad the last couple of weeks and my meds didn't seem to be as effective as they had been so I've been googling guided meditations and found them helpful. Also "trying" to sleep fucks me up so I'll just get up and do something rather than forcing it. I've also got this thing called a spike matt that's like a softcore bed of nails that you lie on and the slight sensation of pain helps to sooth me into relaxation. Weird but works.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #4645 on: March 23, 2014, 09:24:59 PM »
That actually seems like it would work. At any rate, getting drunk so I can comfortably catch some zees can't be healthy.

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« Reply #4646 on: March 23, 2014, 10:51:09 PM »
That actually seems like it would work. At any rate, getting drunk so I can comfortably catch some zees can't be healthy.
No, it's not. However, it's effective.

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Re: real confessions
« Reply #4647 on: March 24, 2014, 01:43:22 AM »
Great. I'm in the fucking friend zone for the first time in my life.
This fucking sucks.

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« Reply #4648 on: March 24, 2014, 09:46:48 AM »
Great. I'm in the fucking friend zone for the first time in my life.
This fucking sucks.
the first time? doesnt sound like it sucks to me, unless youre like 15...

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« Reply #4649 on: March 24, 2014, 10:25:55 AM »
Great. I'm in the fucking friend zone for the first time in my life.
This fucking sucks.

Get her drunk. Make the transition from a friend to a mistake.  ;)