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  1. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    monke

  2. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    uh oh here we go

    • 6 months ago
      Fuck Jannies

      Falong gong have really cult-like beliefs and are basically the Scientology of the East. Not sure why it gets so much support. I always see them protesting outside the Chinese embassy in Germany. They have me and my wife for being a WMAF couple.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        they what you?

        • 6 months ago
          Fuck Jannies

          sorry poor jeet programming made autocorrect useless now. Falong Gong hate and ban all race mixing

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Falong gong have really cult-like beliefs and are basically the Scientology of the East. Not sure why it gets so much support. I always see them protesting outside the Chinese embassy in Germany. They have me and my wife for being a WMAF couple.

            That explains why they approached me. Mistaken me as a chink or something.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Falun gong is cia. They only got booted because they are crazy and CCP doesn't want another Jonestown

        • 6 months ago
          Fuck Jannies

          >They are CIA
          Look at all the media companies FG owns, I believe it.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          holy schizoly gayman. why is it always the CIA. why cant it be the fricking green baret, DEA, navy intelligence or the fricking IRS of all people. why not the Japanese DIH? the fricking second someone mentions the CIA I tune out. it means they are schizo or they have bad judgement because they listen to schizos

          at least be creative with your fricking hallucinations, I've already seen this show before.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            t. Falun Gong peon

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Not sure why it gets so much support.
        It's basically "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" mentality. They've found common ground in disliking the CCP.

        Falun gong is cia. They only got booted because they are crazy and CCP doesn't want another Jonestown

        >They are CIA
        Look at all the media companies FG owns, I believe it.

        I can almost believe this. I can also believe they even have "reverse wumaos." I've (very lightly) criticized the Falun Gong before, and someone would actually reply back with what seemed like canned responses. This even happened to me in /k/, where they don't give a frick about chinks. Their favorite thing to do is call you a CCP supporter/shill just because you don't like the Falun Gong's ideals. Disliking the Falun Gong doesn't (nor shouldn't) make you a CCP supporter. If anything, I would recommend disliking both CCP and Falun Gong at the same time. The enemy of your enemy isn't always your friend. The enemy of your enemy can just be another enemy.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          My wife is Chinese and we live outside of China. She tells me it's so hard to find Chinese friends since most are "libtards" or flat out Falong Gong crazies that hate China, not just the CCP. She doesn't want our kids hating themselves for being part Chinese because of it.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            That's what I'm worried about if I leave the mainland. Western world constantly trashing Asian males for existing while fetishizing or being condescending to females. Meanwhile it's quite disturbingly patriarchal on the mainland (boys will be boys applies to 50yo grabby men) and women are often either spoiled or mistreated to the point of developing neurosis. There's no moderate middle. Maybe Singapore?

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Western world constantly trashing Asian males for existing while fetishizing or being condescending to females
              Like most things you see on this site it's a largely American problem. In the UK most white men aren't interested in Asian women and won't look down on you for being an Asian male - if you look or act weak and effeminate, people may judge you for it, but they probably won't assume you're weak due to being Asian. I'm not sure how making non-expat friends would go though, it seems like most E Asians here rarely interact with anyone else.

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              >its quite disturbingly patriachal
              grow a pair
              your home culture gives you this benefit and youre whining
              banana homosexual

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                I've lived in the UK and seems generally better but maybe just less obnoxiously overt like Americans. London is London.. but Oxford and the like have a wide mix of types of people so I guess I'd worry less. Maybe they'd care more about class I guess.

                >Western world constantly trashing Asian males for existing while fetishizing or being condescending to females
                Like most things you see on this site it's a largely American problem. In the UK most white men aren't interested in Asian women and won't look down on you for being an Asian male - if you look or act weak and effeminate, people may judge you for it, but they probably won't assume you're weak due to being Asian. I'm not sure how making non-expat friends would go though, it seems like most E Asians here rarely interact with anyone else.

                Read more, don't immediately react like a drunk. I'm not Asian, I'm thinking of my unborn kids if they look very Asian since I'm wmaf relationship like the anon I replied. If I have a son and it's patriarchal then they'll expect a mommy wife like an incel. If it's a girl then it's constant expectations of servitude and stepping aside for someone else's shit kid.

              • 6 months ago
                Anonymous

                You're a moron and you'll raise shit kids with a moronic complex believing that women who society bends over backwards for are somehow needing more just because they have a single hardship. Not surprising I guess for the recognizable weirdo who has been spamming about his wmaf fetish for years all over this site, try just being a reasonable human

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            >most Chinese are libtards
            I have no idea wtf you are talking about. British education must be hella brainwashing them. In Canada they were the most politically incorrect people around next to (ironically) Africans.

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              Mainland Chinese are very politically correct but otoh western-BORN Asians tend to be the most obnoxious woke homosexuals

              I've lived in the UK and seems generally better but maybe just less obnoxiously overt like Americans. London is London.. but Oxford and the like have a wide mix of types of people so I guess I'd worry less. Maybe they'd care more about class I guess.

              [...]
              Read more, don't immediately react like a drunk. I'm not Asian, I'm thinking of my unborn kids if they look very Asian since I'm wmaf relationship like the anon I replied. If I have a son and it's patriarchal then they'll expect a mommy wife like an incel. If it's a girl then it's constant expectations of servitude and stepping aside for someone else's shit kid.

              apologies, so youre not Asian, you're just worried about your son having access to patriarchal culture and bemoaning totally imagined 'fetishization' of asian womyn in the west

  3. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Taroko Gorge was neat for hiking
    Sun Moon Lake has a bunch of activities (hiking, cycling, water sports, street market etc)
    Kaohsiung is OK not a great deal to it apart from the Bhudda shrine, Lotus Pond and the markets/tech shopping down below.
    Jiufen is great both during the day and at night (albeit most shops close up about 8). The gold mining area nearby is worth a visit too.
    For tech stuff Guanghua Market in Taipei (Akihabara but not nearly as much weeb shit) and Jianguo Street just off the Kaohsiung train station have plenty of brand and generic stores. I will say that a lot of stuff isn't much cheaper apart from accessories which are dirt cheap.
    Best street markets I went too: Rahoe, Fenjia (Taichung), Sinsing (Kaohsiung). Shilin (the biggest one in Taipei) was disappointing but that might've been because it was raining heavily.
    Ximen (bar the falun gong shit) is pretty good for shopping food. Also the area around Taipei 101.
    Every area mentioned above probably has a temple or two nearby, especially Sun Moon and Taroko with hiking paths to them, and Shilin which has one within the market. They do generally feel the same after you see a few so maybe see what ones are nearby to where you're staying.
    Overall you could do Taiwan to a good extent in about 2 weeks. If you really want to explore/take in life there you could spend more time but as a tourist you only need a couple of weeks.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      It requires slightly more planning as there are limited train/ buses and doing a day tour without staying is kinda pointless for it, but getting up to and spending a night+ in Alishan is miles better than Sun Moon Lake, unless for some reason you are really desperate to see a more or less typical lake
      >Kaohsiung
      do the monkey mountain hike, pic related

      https://i.imgur.com/PUDSIu3.jpg

      monke

      >Best street markets I went too: Rahoe, Fenjia (Taichung), Sinsing (Kaohsiung). Shilin (the biggest one in Taipei) was disappointing but that might've been because it was raining heavily.
      Didn't like Shilin either, it's supposed to have a large underground section but it's closed off for now. Ningxia in Taipei, Ruifeng in Kaohsiung pretty good, both are really packed full of people in narrow lanes

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'll take your word but I probably won't go back any time soon. Sun Moon Lake has plenty to do outside being just a lake mind.
        >do the monkey mountain hike
        The day I was in Kaohsiung I got fricked by the heat so bad I had to retire. Would be the one place I would go back to.

        >For tech stuff Guanghua Market in Taipei (Akihabara but not nearly as much weeb shit)
        So where's the otaku Mecca in Taiwan?

        It's a bit all over the place in Taipei. You have Ximingdeng, Guanghua then also the Taipei City Mall underneath the underground Main Station (which is literally corridor of shops which as you go down it gets more and more flooded with games/figurine/arcades/claw machines. A couple of decent retro game stores in there with a mix of Asia/JP/NTSC games.
        Generally speaking there's a bit of it all over the place, from book shops selling manga to a metric frick tonne of capsule machines and a few Animate stores about. Similar enough to Japan in that regard where you can easily find weebshit about.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >For tech stuff Guanghua Market in Taipei (Akihabara but not nearly as much weeb shit)
      So where's the otaku Mecca in Taiwan?

  4. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Where Taiwan really shines is its nature. Here's me at Sun Moon Lake, do you see?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cut your hair you fricking fat fricking motherfricker

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm not fat, and no, my hair gets female attention, not that you'd know what that's like

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Sun Moon Lake
      Yes, lovely place. Enjoyed learning about religion there.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Taroko is also beautiful. This is me on top of one of the peaks, do you see?

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Was that in Hualien? I was in Hualien and really loved that town and nightmarket, but I didnt go to Taroko. Did you walk around the town?

  5. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Yes but only South Korea is worse in all of Asia. Assuming you mean p4p. Taiwan is great for normal girls tho

  6. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I was there for 2 weeks.
    Went to an EDM festival in Taipei which was garbage, they ran out of water so they started distributing Heineken for free. Mine had a shot of tequila in it. Yummy but not very hydrating.
    Climbed Xueshan, possibly the prettiest hike I've ever done. Was too cloudy to get much of a view but that actually made it better.
    Rented a motorbike to explore Taroku, expected it to be a meme but was actually 10/10 experience
    Stole a bike from my hostel and pedaled around the rice paddies and little mountain roads in Taitung province, I've never felt so remote and lonely anywhere in Asia.
    Went to Liuqiu island, funny place but nice people and excellent snorkeling
    Explored the art district in Kaohsiung at night when everything was lit up, very pretty
    Enjoyed the Japanese colonial kino of Tainan for a couple days and practiced Mandarin with an old couple who ran a calligraphy shop.

    My highlights were Taroku, Kaohsiung, and all the funny little day hikes around Taipei. If I'd had more time I would have liked to see the national park and tea plantations northeast of Taipei.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Well we had a similar trip, I stopped in Hualien and spent a few days there walking for hours around town and the surrounding area and nightmarket. Best nightmarket Ive been to. So comfy and civilized. It was located in a park area, so it wasnt like a regular filthy street market. Stopped in Taitung and tinder matched with a girl living near a hiking area in the mountains, cant remember the name right now. Went hiking and then went to kaoshiung, chiayi, alishan, taitung, sun moon, and back to taipei. Was great. Cheers.

  7. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go to Shifen and release a lanter-ACK

  8. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Why morons expecting to bang a fricking trad girl, same morons that will casually date.

    It a mismatch…

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I want to have casual sex with strangers but I want these strangers to be based redpilled trad virgins (who for some reason are completely okay with throwing away their traditions to frick me)
      Many such cases.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        its easy to spot a LBH. just avoid them

  9. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm there for 4 days soon, what would you guys recommend?

  10. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Too many Falun Gong crazies in Taiwan but if you get a chance, visit Alishan and the high mountain tea gardens .

    A lot of fake "high mountain tea" in Taiwan BTW, coming from Thailand or Vietnam.

  11. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I saw more amnesty international or greenpeace morons harassing people than falun gong

  12. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >REEEE there are too many Falong Gong!
    I don't give a shit how crazy they are. They could be crazier than scientology and mormonism combined. The amount of chang seethe they generate is priceless. Godspeed you nutty bastards

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      like most Things Westerners Think Chinese People Care About, the falun gong don't elicit any reaction from the average chinaman, the average chinaman not really having heard of or knowing about the Falun Gong. it is only if they are in the west or are around westerners that the Falun Gong get brought up. same as the tiananmen square shenanigans, they just are puzzled by what the topic is.
      i just think that as destabilisation projects go, a weird religious cult based on levitation and handing out packets of napkins is among the most pointless and ineffective. who is going to have sympathy for a cult who pay pensioners to stand beside advertising hoardings with pictures of bruised faces?

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >the average chinaman
        >they just are puzzled by what the topic is
        well yeah that's kind of the point of censorship
        but the average ccp shill (as opposed to 'the average chinaman' absolutely does get riled up from these kind of things which is why it's great (idc about whatever grift the falun gong crap is about but i like seeing the shills have meltdowns)

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          >idc about whatever grift the falun gong crap is about but i like seeing the shills have meltdowns)
          exactly. in fact, I think the chang seethe really only makes them more powerful. when I first noticed them, I had no idea what their deal was. it was only after discovering the butthurt that I looked into them. sure, they are crazy people. they really seem to get under the ccp's skin though, so I support whatever insane bullshit they say

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            That's because the CCP lives rent-free in your head. They have conquered all your four hundred brain cells.

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              don't get too riled up, chang. wouldn't want you stealing my organs or anything

  13. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Honestly considering settling down in Taiwan in the future, probably Kaohsiung

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      bump

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Kaohsiung is nice. Taipei has more going on but it's not a very pleasant city IMO, too sooty and the weather is not great. OTOH it would be good for cyberpunk larp. I've only been to Taiwan in October-March though. I bet the summers are brutal.

  14. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    HMMMMM. If I was in Taiwan I would go to the downtown square tearooms with the old men and ogle prostitutes. That is the quintessence of asian culture. There is simply nothing more to it.

  15. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Moving to taiwan to teach english as economy here is finished. Am I making a big mistake?

    >34 yo
    >plenty of savings
    >no gf, white guy, single
    >bsc, msc

    looking at Kaohsiung or Hualien

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      No mistake except imo no reason to go anywhere other than Taipei. If you want slower pace (tho Taipei not particularly fast paced) and small-er city living, Mainland China >>> Taiwan

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        I just want to get the frick out of canada before shit really hits the fan and want to land with some job and a comfy life. Are all the jobs dancing and being gay for children? I can be outgoing but I'm not super high energy.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          No idea never done teaching. But you know you don't have to do teaching if you dont want right? See if you qual for Taiwan 'Gold Card'

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          >live in largely underpopulated country with 50% of the world's freshwater
          >want to move to an overpopulated island caught politically between 2 antagonistic world powers
          >doesn't even speak the native language
          >all because some libsharts are currently in power
          couldn't be me

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Canada is one of the biggest shitholes on Earth.
            Irreversibly damaged beyond repair.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm doing the same except I'm getting certified in my own country first. Frick going to cram schools when I can do an international school.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      White guy moving to East Asia to be an English teacher? Woah stop the presses that's never happened before.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >34yo virgin looking to teach english
      Are you supposed have a nice day by now?

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        im trans btw if that matters

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm doing the same but a bit different
      >33
      >usa
      >almost no savings
      >never married, single
      >experience in japan and a sub license. couple IT certs
      america is fricked. i am so incredibly fatigued by Black folk and i've been taking care of my mom since she is getting a divorce after 36 years. but there will still be a lot I will miss about the usa. i think i'll enjoy the usa more as a 7-14 day vacation once a year or something.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        do you ever think you might be the problem and that a change of scenery is only going to delay the inevitable

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          what exactly is the inevitable?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >hurt bl*ck trying to doom post to an anon trying to fix his life.
          kys

  16. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'll be in Taiwan for 3-4 days during new years with a girl.
    Any recommendations or tips? I assume taipei best place for actual new years eve stuff.
    She's into trendy cafes/dining, mountains, and normal sight seeing stuff.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      You could do Taipei and some excursions in that time.
      Yangmingshan/Taroko/Keelung for mountains.
      For cafés I'm not fully sure but there's plenty around.
      For dining I recommend going to night markets at least once or twice. Also A Cheng Goose in Taipei is fantastic (smoked goose and side dishes cooked in goose fat - go around 3-4 it's quiet at that time). There's also a great range of various Asian food (Japanese, Korean and even some Indian) available for variety.
      For sightseeing Jiufen is highly recommended, both at day and night. Also if you're going up Taipei 101 just make sure you go when the weather is good. The Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall has changing of the guard if you want to see a drawn out 10 minute long procedure.

  17. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I will be having a layover in Taiwan en-route to Japan sometime early next year. I don't have much knowledge of the place yet but Jiufen has caught my attention, would I make it on time for my flight if I were to spend a night there? I'll be arriving at around 4pm at Sungshan and the next flight will be at 10am the next day from Taoyuan. Or would it be safer to do a day trip on the reverse trip where I'll arrive at near midnight on Taoyuan and depart at around 5 in the evening from Sungshan? Any recommended places to go would be much appreciated as well.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Safer on the reverse. Departure from Songshan is always a breeze

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Either way I would say you would only get a meaningful couple of hours if you are paying for a taxi and not public transport (it would be metro>train>bus so expect that to take like 3 hours after waiting around depending on schedules and after midnight no chance of that anyway)

        >3 hours
        Ah I wasn't aware that it'd take so long, it will be my first time in Taiwan so I'm not too familiar with the transport. I have only briefly googled it beforehand and thought it'd only take around 1-2 hours from Songshan. Should I just give up the idea and explore around the vicinity of Taipei? Thanks for the input in any case.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Personally would not leave Taipei on a <2 day trip

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            google maps is really accurate in Taiwan I found so you can check that. rome2rio shows it as 1 hour 35 from Songshan airport, but that's the absolute best case scenario. If you're coming straight from a plane you'd have to be very lucky to get that, I wouldn't count on anything less than having to wait for 20-30mins for switching from metro to train, then train to bus, and if you aren't familiar with the stations and generally using the transport in the country already...I also wouldn't even bother and would stick to Taipei

            (also to be honest I did not like Jiufen too much anyway but I did not stay a night so it's probably better staying a night. More or less just one long street filled with the usual street food and tourist souvenir shops and a couple of nice looking buildings where most aren't that nice looking)

            I see, thanks for the advice. Suppose I'll shelve it for now and prioritize looking for places to go in Taipei.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          google maps is really accurate in Taiwan I found so you can check that. rome2rio shows it as 1 hour 35 from Songshan airport, but that's the absolute best case scenario. If you're coming straight from a plane you'd have to be very lucky to get that, I wouldn't count on anything less than having to wait for 20-30mins for switching from metro to train, then train to bus, and if you aren't familiar with the stations and generally using the transport in the country already...I also wouldn't even bother and would stick to Taipei

          (also to be honest I did not like Jiufen too much anyway but I did not stay a night so it's probably better staying a night. More or less just one long street filled with the usual street food and tourist souvenir shops and a couple of nice looking buildings where most aren't that nice looking)

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Either way I would say you would only get a meaningful couple of hours if you are paying for a taxi and not public transport (it would be metro>train>bus so expect that to take like 3 hours after waiting around depending on schedules and after midnight no chance of that anyway)

  18. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hike up Yushan, it's really beautiful. It's possible in one day. Surfing in Kenting was fun too. Taipei is kinda like a cheaper Tokyo. Don't skip the East coast. Tainan felt really authentic.

  19. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anime con today at Nangang
    https://www.animecreatorexpo.com

  20. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I have no clue, but Taiwanese girls are unusually attracted to me. I should visit someday and see what's up

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      They're all weebs though

  21. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Taiwan good for a motorcycle tour? Was thinking of flying in, renting a bike, and driving around for a week or two. Anyone done anything similar?

  22. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    One of the worst countries I've visited. Hong Kong was immediately more fun and it's only 2 hours away.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Care to explain?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        have you watched Back to Future or the Breakfast Club or movies where the 80s backdrop are what makes the movie seem different and special, even Groundhog Day from the 90s has that otherworldly look to it?
        that is how taiwan is, from taipei to the small eastern cities like hualien and taidong.
        taiwan is a place stuck in the past, where people are just bent on waiting for the right time to sell their real estate and cash in. always putting of improvement or investment because someone else might do it and you will get a fractional bump as a consequence. so nothing ever really improves.
        there is no modernity in taiwan, no future. just a barely patched up past. i would put it down to being a subjugated people for the last century, dependant on handouts from their overseas relatives who escaped to the USA.
        put simply they are the left behind cousins of American Asians and have just sailed by on their remittance. at least the vietnamese had to rebuild and something to aim for. the taiwanese just make sure they have a full fridge and let everyone else do the work. a nation of Get Up and Sit Abouters.
        the Delaware of Asia.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          if you say this, someone will bring up Taipei 101 but that is an anathema, a feeble attempt to stand up to the Rising Mainland Improvement. the modern buildings in Taipei are few and far between and with the exception of T101, they make the city look as impressive as a Mexican provincial capital.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          nailed it

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          if you say this, someone will bring up Taipei 101 but that is an anathema, a feeble attempt to stand up to the Rising Mainland Improvement. the modern buildings in Taipei are few and far between and with the exception of T101, they make the city look as impressive as a Mexican provincial capital.

          nailed it

          Your writing style, lack of capitalization at the beginning of sentences, and time between posts proves you samegayged. Frickin' loser.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            There’s been a homosexual like that in the Thailand general the past month too. He’d say the most incomprehensible schizo bullshit and reply to himself, “based, I’d have a beer with you” in the exact same pattern

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            There’s been a homosexual like that in the Thailand general the past month too. He’d say the most incomprehensible schizo bullshit and reply to himself, “based, I’d have a beer with you” in the exact same pattern

            if i was to guess, he got upset about being told that all the extra shit you need to do to go to china is too much hassle just to see some skyscrapers with LEDs on, so he came to the Taiwan thread to talk about how the buildings were all built in the 80s and 90s and now its rundown

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              Probably.
              I would love to go to Shangahi but frick the hoops I have to jump through.

  23. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is April a good month to go to Taiwan? The climate looks very pleasant, especially compared to the heat Thailand typically sees during April. The Republic of China looks to be my final Asian destination before hopping on the plane back to the USA.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Go to a tea plantation.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Sorry but at least my reply was genuine

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          whoops meant for

          [...]
          [...]
          Your writing style, lack of capitalization at the beginning of sentences, and time between posts proves you samegayged. Frickin' loser.

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