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  1. Just wait til you find a girl into pegging. Prepare to strap in for a wild ride. Real talk though pegging is absolutely top tier.
  2. Semi related When's the replacement happening? Just got a Comet and I've got a 3 skill crew waiting for the 7/1
  3. I disliked the guy from day one, and its partly because of nationality bias, as american shitposters are truly the worst of shitposters. No offence. To think people would entrust a guy like this with such power. Toppest of keks and godspeed. His reputation was already stained with shit, but now its totally covered in it. I'll agree with almost everything you said, but Australian shitposters are in a league above everyone else.
  4. I sincerely hope one of them spends all of the gold on something like five thousand 105 octane gas canisters and posts results.
  5. You know, there's some surprisingly good YA scifi, if you know any younger folks or just want a quick read. Shade's Children (Garth Nix) was pretty good. Then again I like nix in general and was a huge fan of the Abhorsen and Keys to the Kingdom (up until the 4th one) books growing up.
  6. I'd recommend The Name of the Wind, but this isn't a fantasy thread. Everyone and their dog should read it. Edited for basic grammar.
  7. Oh! And also the "Ciaphas Cain" and "Gaunt's Ghosts" novels are perfect starting points if you ever want to learn anything about Warhammer 40k. The Ciaphas Cain books are a little less serious than the Gaunt's Ghosts, and far more original, but the Ghosts books are so well written that you don't realize that it's a standard war novel until too late. Seconding
  8. Sci-fi, huh? Since "Dune," the "Foundation" books, "Forever War," etc were taken, I'll recommend the Thrawn trilogy. They're Star Wars extended universe books, but they're probably the best-written ones, to the point where they're actually good books with no qualifiers. Start with "Heir to the Empire." Additionally, if nobody has recommended "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," it's an enormously fun read as well. If you're looking to become a weaboo/can read moon runes/are willing to wait for fan translators, the "Legend of the Galactic Heroes" light novels are fantastic source material for what is widely considered the best anime ever made.
  9. I don't think it's a spoiler because I don't know for sure. It seems like Accepting Death: the Anime Also, Sidonia s2 CG is still shitty at times. What the fuck was up with Ochiai's brain nematode?
  10. Plastic Mammaries is looking pretty good for such a morbid show. The eventual death of the main android girl at the end is gonna leave me with Katanagatari-tier emotions though, jesus christ.
  11. I know it's an anime thread, but do we do manga here too? If so, Nana to Kaoru is absolutely based.
  12. Bruh, how do you feel about The Dear Hunter? Especially Act 1, 2, and 3?
  13. http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2015/03/12-1/monster-musume-anime-site-launches-with-visual Are your assorted genitalia ready? Planetes. It's the definitive hard-scifi anime. Nothing else even comes close.
  14. I'm stuck on a mac with no computer skills outside basic operation. I want to switch to AW and play seriously from the get-go as the meta evolves. What do I need to do? Get bootcamp? Or something else?
  15. Everything you need to know about a show in one line: edition #1 Planetes: Space Garbagemen Legend of the Galactic Heroes: The Gayest Space Opera Parasyte: Never fapping with that hand again Knights of Sidonia: tentacle mecha Evangelion: Shinji get in the fucking robot Sakurasou: moe autism Steins;Gate: time-travelling microwaves Haikyuu: volleyball can be gay, too Usagi Drop: my little child can't possibly be this cute Gurren Lagann: erections are the meaning of life
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