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  1. #27751
    If I "won" Quebec in a raffle, it'd be on eBay next day with an opening bid of 99p.
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  2. #27752
    C'est folles.

    Montreal has some of the sexiest women in the world. Fact.
  3. #27753
    I didn't know Montreal was in Japan.
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    Japanese porn has ruined japanese women for me.
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  5. #27755
    The key is to watch lesbian Japanese porn.

    I know what you mean though. I can't say I find it a turn on when they have "please don't touch me there" body language. I don't know if it's a cultural thing or if it's just something they do in porn because they think it's what people want to see, but it can feel a bit rapey.

    It's for this reason I stick with solo and lesbian porn when it comes to Japan. Or cosplay. God fucking damn Japanese cosplay.
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  6. #27756
    Japanese porn is like watching something from another planet.

    Wtf is with the squeaky moaning the women do? It's like listening to a mouse get laid.

    Wtf is with the pixellated genitals? You can watch all kinds of gore in Japan but god forbid you see what a vagina really looks like instead of it looking like hamburger.

    Wtf is with all the incest? At least pretend it's a step-relation if you want to go that way. It's just fucking creepy watching a movie where some guy is supposed to be boning his own daughter.

    And yeah, that's not an overall sexy race of women, sorry. No hips, usually no tits. All have the same hair and rarely are they very pretty. I'll take an Indian or Latina or white woman over a Japanese one pretty much every day. I only watch Jap porn when I get bored with proper porn.
  7. #27757
    I do have to admit though the Japanese have a much more creative approach to porn movie plots than we do. One thing I remember seeing was some race where there were five or six women on gocarts that had automated dildos fucking them while they raced around the track. Then they'd go in for a pit stop and get a crew working on them, oiling them up, and one guy would fuck them while they polished the go cart. Lmfao that was funny.
  8. #27758
    On another note, when someone says shit like this guy about wanting to throw someone off a bulding they should take him straight for an MRI of his brain. I bet 9/10 times they'd find a hole in his frontal lobes. Then they could say 'yeah sorry mate you got brain damage we can't let you wander around free'.

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  9. #27759
    Japanese porn is like watching something from another planet.
    Yep.

    Wtf is with the squeaky moaning the women do? It's like listening to a mouse get laid.
    I don't really have a problem with squeaky moaning. It's better than tennis grunts, and much more preferable to men moaning. Men in porn should be completely silent.

    Wtf is with the pixellated genitals? You can watch all kinds of gore in Japan but god forbid you see what a vagina really looks like instead of it looking like hamburger.
    If you're up to it, google > tubgirl. Warning, NSFW and very fucking gross. It's funny though, very funny. Basically, there's a woman in a bath tub with a stream of projectile diarrhea arcing from her arse to her mouth, but her vagina is pixellated to preserve her dignity. Classy touch.

    Not all Japanese porn is pixellated though.

    Wtf is with all the incest? At least pretend it's a step-relation if you want to go that way. It's just fucking creepy watching a movie where some guy is supposed to be boning his own daughter.
    This isn't the kind of Japanese porn I find.

    I'll take an Indian or Latina or white woman over a Japanese one pretty much every day. I only watch Jap porn when I get bored with proper porn.
    The problem with Indians, Latina and white women is they too often shave their pussies. The Japanese usually have nice hairy bushes. That's a big plus. Also, them fucking eyes. It's not just the Japanese I like, it's all of them... Chinese, Thai, Korean, Vietnamese, all the slitty eyed girls are beautiful. It's a personal preference I guess, I've always had slightly strange taste in women.



    This bitch is a clear ten.
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    Latina bitch - 9.5
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    Kari from Mythbusters - 11
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    Ju Wenjun - 11
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    Kylie's arse - 10
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  14. #27764
    Tell me you've googled tubgirl. It will amuse me to know I've inflicted that on someone.
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    Tell me you've googled tubgirl. It will amuse me to know I've inflicted that on someone.
    If you want to inflict something on someone it works better if you don't warn them what it is.

    (But thanks for the warning, I def do not want to see that)
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  18. #27768
    ^ They forgot to pixellate the tentacles.
  19. #27769
    I just surprised myself. Challenged to name ten people from the 15th century, I got six out of ten, with one answer being just two years out, and none being more than a century out.

    Anyone fancy a go at beating me?
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  20. #27770
    Here are my answers...
    Spoiler:
    Henry VII - born 1457
    Henry VIII -born 1491
    Catherine of Aragon-born 1485
    Anne Boleyn - born 1501 -FAIL
    Walter Raleigh - born 1552 - FAIL
    Galileo -born 1564 -FAIL
    Christopher Columbus - born 1451
    Richard III -born 1452
    William Tell -legend dates back from 1307 -FAIL
    Henry VI - born 1421
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    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    I just surprised myself. Challenged to name ten people from the 15th century, I got six out of ten, with one answer being just two years out, and none being more than a century out.

    Anyone fancy a go at beating me?
    1400s, that's old. Most of these are guesses.

    Spoiler:

    Chris Columbus
    Ponce de Leon (1500s?)
    Charles of Spain
    Charles's wife Isabella
    Mehmed the Ottoman Guy
    Oliver Cromwell
    Guy Fawkes (1500s?)
    William the Conqueror
    Mary Queen of Scots (1500s?)
    Robin Hood
    Ivan the Terrible
    Pope Pius and the other pope at Avignon guy

    Edit:
    Columbus - easy win
    Ponce was born 1480s -win
    It was Ferdinand and Isabella who financed Columbus, Charles became King in 1516 -1 for 2
    Mehmet -born 1432 - win
    Cromwell- b 1599 - way off
    Fawkes - b 1570 - way off
    Wiiliam the Conq. -11th century - lolbad
    Mary - b 1542
    Robin Hood - first mention in 1300s
    Ivan - b. 1530
    Avignon happened in 1300s. there probably was a pope pius in 1400s but not the guy i was thinking of


    So I got 4. In my defense, my country has no history from this time period.
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  22. #27772
    First two are good.
    Third answer is out by a single year, and his wife was younger.
    Fifth answer is way too ambiguous.
    Sixth born 1599, just within a century.
    Seventh was indeed
    1500s
    William the Conqueror is a really bad answer, he conquered England in 1066, a very famous date.
    Ninth answer is 1500s, not bad.
    Tenth is 13th/14th century according to wikipedia.
    Eleventh born 1530
    And the popes... There's a lot of Pope Pius', and the other one I can't figure out who you're referring to but it seems to be between the period from 1309 to 1376.

    You did as well as I expected to. Half decent effort but no cigar.
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  23. #27773
    I was somewhat lucky if I'm honest. My history is poor, but there's one battle I remembered well and it led me to five correct answers.
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  24. #27774
    Fifth answer is way too ambiguous.
    Nah, I knew who i meant. There's only one of them who's really well-known.


    And the popes... There's a lot of Pope Pius', and the other one I can't figure out who you're referring to but it seems to be between the period from 1309 to 1376.
    There was a thing where there was a kerfuffle in the Church and the French (I think) decided to have their own pope. That pope sat at Avignon. About all I know about it.
  25. #27775
    Nah, I knew who i meant. There's only one of them who's really well-known.
    I have no idea who he is, but there's a lot of people who it could be from my ignorant pov. You'll have to check if you're right on that one.
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  26. #27776
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    I have no idea who he is, but there's a lot of people who it could be from my ignorant pov. You'll have to check if you're right on that one.
    Mehmet II. He's the one who took Istanbul from the Byzantines, which pretty much set off the Ottoman Empire. There was one Mehmet before him and a bunch after, but he was the one who's famous.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mehmed_the_Conqueror
  27. #27777
    That's a good answer then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    I just surprised myself. Challenged to name ten people from the 15th century, I got six out of ten, with one answer being just two years out, and none being more than a century out.

    Anyone fancy a go at beating me?
    Francois Villon, Martin Luther, Bruce Dern... and your mom.

    Alright, I got one.
    Fuck! Jan Van Leiden! Two, I got two.
    nvm, that's 1500's not 15th century.

    Kings are cheating btw.
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    This is a question about the past, isn't it?
    lol

    I'm terrible with names and dates. I hated most history classes because the things I remember from any historical story are inevitably not the questions historians are interested in, mostly names and dates.
    C'mon... just ask me the order of things, instead of pinning them to a timeline. I can tell you what happened 1st, 2nd, etc. most of the time.
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    How did none of you get Jeanne d'Arc?
    ... or Christopher Columbus. That should have been the most obvious.
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  31. #27781
    Shame you didn't mock my Mom's age yesterday, it was her birthday yesterday.

    Kings are cheating btw.
    Nope. They existed.

    ...or Christopher Columbus.
    Me and poop both got him.
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  32. #27782
    I got lucky with the century, because I can only remember the dates of two battles... Hastings and Bosworth. The Battle of Bosworth was 1485, was won by Henry VII, and lost by Richard III. Henry VII was Henry VIII's father, and then there's the wives, of which I got one. And of course Henry VI was a complete guess. Five answers from one battle.

    Columbus was my only other correct answer.
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  33. #27783
    Walter Raleigh was a dumb answer of mine. I knew he was around during the Spanish Armada, and I knew that was the 16th century. But at least it's not as bad as poop's William the Conqueror answer, who won the Battle of Hastings, the most famous event in England's distant history.
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  34. #27784
    What the hell was the Battle of Bosworth? Never even heard of it.

    I think I was thinking William of Orange or some other William. Can't keep them straight. Really if it was a French king his name should have been Guillaime the Conqueror. Fucking historians messing my history knowledge up.

    Joan of Arc was a good one too. Should have got her.

    So if this game were played in 2500 and they were asking about the 20th century, who would get named? Here's my picks.

    Hitler ldo.
    JFK
    MLK
    Einstein
    Stephen Hawking
    Bill Gates
    Fleming - Penicillin guy
    Neil Armstrong
    Winston Churchill
    That Dyson vacuum guy

    (Edit: haha, not serious about the vac guy. Freud I'mma go with, just for Oskar ... oh wait, Hitler was for Oskar - damn Austria's produced some fucked up dudes)
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  35. #27785
    William the Conqueror was a Norman, and they were Vikings who invaded Normandy. William of Orange was born in 1650, but I didn't know that so I won't mock you for that one.


    The Battle of Bosworth is famous because it's the last time the English throne changed hands as a result of battle. It was the most significant battle of the Wars of the Roses. Probably the second most famous battle in English history. I'll forgive you for not knowing this, seeing as I assume you were schooled in Canada.
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  36. #27786
    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    William the Conqueror was a Norman, and they were Vikings who invaded Normandy. William of Orange was born in 1650, but I didn't know that so I won't mock you for that one.


    The Battle of Bosworth is famous because it's the last time the English throne changed hands as a result of battle. It was the most significant battle of the Wars of the Roses. Probably the second most famous battle in English history. I'll forgive you for not knowing this, seeing as I assume you were schooled in Canada.
    War of Roses and English Civil War get pretty little airtime in Canada.

    Knew about Hastings and 1066 just didn't know any of the names of those involved.
  37. #27787
    Oh and wait I'm replacing Fleming in my list (mainly because I can't remember his first name) with Franz Ferdinand, or maybe Kaiser Bill.

    Probably no-one will care about Bill Gates then either now I think of it. Imma replace him with Lenin.
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    Alexander Flemming. Father of modern antibiotics. Dude saved bazillions of lives. It came up in a recent conversation I had with a biologist. Not the kind of thing I'd remember.


    These 2, though... I've committed to memory because they are probably among the most important people to make healthy, plentiful food available to damn near everyone in the world.

    Norman Borlaug is probably the most influential person you haven't heard of from the 20th century. He did more to increase food production and quality in the last 100 years than anyone else I know of. His crops are probably the most relevant factor to reduction of famine and hunger on the largest scales in all human history.

    He's right up there with Patrick Bell who invented the precursor to the combine harvester, but that was late 19th century.
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  39. #27789
    I'd like to think my name will come up in future conversations about the 20th century.

    The ones that I'd imagine will still be remembered are...
    Hitler,
    Churchill,
    Einstein,
    Hawking,
    Lennon,
    McCartney,
    Mother Theresa,
    Queen Elizabeth,
    Fleming
    JFK
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    What's Queen Elizabeth done that history will remember - aside from not die for a really long time?
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  41. #27791
    She's probably the most famous woman alive today. Note that in my list from the 15th century, I had four kings. Ok I'm British, so our history it's more relevant to me, but she's the dominant monarch of the century, not just in England but across the world, and the only one people will remember. She might be the last queen here for a very long time, possibly ever.
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  42. #27792
    Maybe people won't remember when she was alive, because you're right, it's not like she's done anything important. It depends really if the last century will be be remembered as a significant one, which is quite possible considering there were two world wars, and it was when we became technologically advanced. Nuclear weapons, electricity, General Relativity, computers, aeroplanes, so many important events that history will remember. I can see the 20th century being well studied in the future.
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  43. #27793
    Yeah don't think QEII is being remembered 500 years from now. She's the dominant monarch is kinda just being dominant at being irrelevant. Not sure how memorable that will be.

    I thought about Lennon and McCartney myself, and I think if Mozart is still being celebrated now, they could still be celebrated in 2500 AD. That said, its hard to know with art what will live on and what won't. Certainly they're the most famous musicians of the last 100 years.
  44. #27794
    Mozart is 18th Century.

    QEII will be remembered, but perhaps not well enough to accurately date. People struggle to date Henry VIII, the only reason I have any idea of his time is because I know his father won a battle which I can date. So you're probably right.

    Replace her with Thatcher then.
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  45. #27795
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    Replace her with Thatcher then.
    Yeah, no.

    Mao Tse Tung
  46. #27796
    This isn't a popularity contest. Thatcher will certainly be remembered. So will Mao Zedong though, to be fair.
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  47. #27797
    Actually fuck them both.

    Richard D James, aka Aphex Twin. I can see his music living long after he's gone.
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  48. #27798
    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    This isn't a popularity contest.
    No, it's a having a big effect on the world contest (the world btw extends outside the UK).

    Thatcher had no effect on anyone outside the UK, just like the Queen.
  49. #27799
    Thatcher brought massive economic changes to the UK. It's obviously impossible to tell if her policies will be considered significant in the future, but they're certainly still relevant today. If 20th century economics are studied in the future, then her name will be mentioned. She's more memorable than Reagan.

    Nixon would probably be more memorable, in fairness, just because of Watergate. Trump might be too, and he counts as 20th century even though his term is 21st century.
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  50. #27800
    the world btw extends outside the UK
    I didn't give a list of ten British people, so this is an unnecessary swipe.
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  51. #27801
    I don't think Brian Adams or Celine Dion will be remembered, it has to be said. Or even Justin Beiber.

    Is there anyone else famous from Canada?
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  52. #27802
    Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Legends.

    Alanis Morissette... I quite liked her tbh.

    Avril Latrine.

    Paul Peschisolido.

    Um...
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  53. #27803
    A few wrestlers I remember when I was a kid were Canadian... , Roddy Piper, Bret Hart and Earthquake.

    I've heard of the De Guzman brothers, both footballers.

    And then of course there's Greg Rusedski, the tennis player who was British when he won, Canadian when he lost.

    There must be lots of musicians I've heard of, can't be bothered to browse the list though.
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  54. #27804
    I had a Canadian teacher at school who claimed to have been in the Highlander movies. Can't remember his name though.
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  55. #27805
    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    I didn't give a list of ten British people, so this is an unnecessary swipe.
    No, only 5/10 lol.

    Then when it was pointed out to you one was irrelevant, you changed her to another British one who's equally irrelevant in world terms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    I don't think Brian Adams or Celine Dion will be remembered, it has to be said. Or even Justin Beiber.

    Is there anyone else famous from Canada?
    That would be a valid critique if I had named any of those people.
  57. #27807
    poop can't count.
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  58. #27808
    The problem with you poop is you're petty and argue about stupid shit.

    Exactly the same problem as I have.
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    Nah.
    Poopy's just looking for you to say dumb things, so everything you say seems dumb to him.
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  60. #27810
    My problem is I like arguing about stupid shit. I really don't know why, I guess it's a form of entertainment. I enjoy talking shit. Sometimes I say dumb shit, sometimes I say smart shit. If I tried hard enough, I could just say smart shit. But that would be boring.
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  61. #27811
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    poop can't count.
    Scottish doesn't count as British. Or at least it won't after the next referendum.
  62. #27812
    It would be fucking funny if they voted to remain in the UK a second time.
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    How?
    What does British mean if living on the island of Great Britian doesn't mean you're British?
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    Argh. Great Britain, obv.
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  65. #27815
    The term British usually refers to a citizen of the UK, but it can also mean someone from the island of Great Britain, so even if Scotland leave they are still British. Well, except for those on the islands like Skye and Orkney, they can stop being British.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMojoMonkey View Post
    How?
    What does British mean if living on the island of Great Britian doesn't mean you're British?
    These are abstract cultural, geographical, and political constructs, as I'm sure you know.

    So yes, technically, if Scotland separated politically from the UK, they would still be part of the British isles. But they'd not identify as part of "Great Britain" and I suspect the people would stop referring to themselves as "British". Kind of like how Britain is geographically part of Europe but most Brits don't identify as "European."
  67. #27817
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    I suspect the people would stop referring to themselves as "British".
    Or apparently they never did. Same with the Welsh. Seems only the English refer to themselves routinely as British.

    http://projectbritain.com/nationality.htm
  68. #27818
    Great Britain is the name of the island that the vast majority of Scotland occupies. There's no getting away from that. I mean they could call it something else if they really wanted to, but that's just getting petty.
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  69. #27819
    The British Isles is the name of the archipelago, so that includes all of Ireland.
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  70. #27820
    So like I said 5/10. Unlike some people, I respect the right of Fleming to identify himself as Scottish.
  71. #27821
    Fleming was British whether he liked it or not. Just like I am. If I want to identify as English, I'm still British.
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  72. #27822
    Sure. And I'm "American" because I come from the Americas.
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    Everyone I've ever met from S. America loves to point out that they're Americans, too.
    Mostly just to throw it in U.S. Americans face that the thing we say doesn't mean the thing we think it means to anyone but us, I think.

    ***
    This seems like I just opened up a really boring conversation about words meaning multiple things, and people calling themselves whatever they want.
    I regret.
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  74. #27824
    I identify as Scandinavian and think we should leave the EU and join Iceland.
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  75. #27825
    Anyone know where I can get one of these?



    At 2.30 he's like "so long, suckers!"
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