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    DA FUTURE

    In terms of creativity and new ideas. A few exceptions with Nintendo and some Sony devs maybe, but that's all I can think of.
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    DA FUTURE

    It's the future! Well, present. It's the 2020s! Doom Eternal is out, the future of the franchise is bright. The Gaming Industry is practically dead but Indie games and modding communities are still keeping it going. Overall it seems quite bleak to me. Seems strange to feel nostalgic over games like Grand Theft Auto V, 2013 was 9 years ago. What stuff are you looking forward to and dreading in the future? Also, the long-awaited sequel to Eggthread is coming soon
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    The story behind your custom avatar

    lads my brain is melting ahajadbgywsjsa
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    Happy New Year Doomworld

    This is aged like sludged and sour milk
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    New Year 2022

    Happy new year everyone!
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    New Year 2022

    Oh, and also the thread theme: No particular reason, I just quite like the song
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    New Year 2022

    Happy New Year lads! 20 minutes until the new year, 2022. Even just saying it sounds surreal, time flies by so quickly. A lot has happened this year and it's finally coming to an end. Let's hope next year will be different. I'd like to say thank you to the members and staff for being so great. You're all incredible. I wish everyone a great and happy new year So as is tradition: May I request that on UTC 12:00 (12 O'clock on January 1st 2022), raise your beverage of choice to the sky and say 'happy new year!' Cheers
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    Happy New Year Doomworld

    The end of an era.
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    Countries, Peoples and Geography discussion

    I don't mind being called British, but I am NOT English. I'm Scottish. Scots have fought against the English for over a thousand years, it's true most Scots have English ancestry (I have some from Hertfordshire) but most have a very strong Scottish identity. Also, I am a bit tired since I haven't slept since yesterday, so excuse any grammatical errors. Might just be me being retarded too. Norf FC memes are real, take a walk around Manchester or Newcastle city centre and you'll see what I mean. Uneducated footy shirt-wearing hooligans storming down the pub. I'm a Glasgow Rangers fan but my mum's side supports Celtic. Glasgow is very serious when it comes to football, their heart and soul belong to their team. The history, the music, the politics. It's brilliant. Speaking of politics, politics are a complete joke. Never believed in any of the shite those psychopathic bastards say. People need something to belong to and look up to otherwise it shows the reality that their country is a complete mess. I don't drink Mtn Dew very often, too many flavours and it just tastes like slime. Rootbeer and R.C. sound tasty, heard of Moxie but Fitz is new to me. I'm not loaded so usually I just drink diluted blackcurrant juice or water. Always wanted to visit Missouri, it's an underrated state. My dream is to do a road trip from Florida to California, then gradually go up and up from coast to coast until I reach Maine. I heard there is a national park in Montana next to the Blackfoot Native reservation, quite scenic. Evansville looks nice, a lot of history. I played through a bit of NV but haven't gotten around to Fallout 3 yet, Capitol Building is an architectural masterpiece. Honduran food is delicious too. David Bowie I feel is a little overrated, a great musician and an icon but his music can be a droopy for me sometimes. I like hard rock and roll, Oasis and so on. Jazz is good but I find it hard to get into. Never been one for music, good for partying and setting the mood. Can't read music either, never played any instruments. But Bob Dylan is fantastic. American music is fine I suppose, except the Pop and Rap crap. Japan does things a lot better than America in all things imo, cuisine, social etiquette and architecture especially. Osaka is like the Japanese equivalent to Glasgow, rough but charming. Whereas Tokyo is like Edinburgh in that it is the posh financial and education capital of the country. I come from the northeast of Scotland, a quiet place. The farthest I've been from home is Blackpool which is a small seaside town in Lancashire, England. Only ever leave home once or twice a year to head out to Perthshire for the markets or Kirkcaldy for some fresh air. The people can be a bit mental at times but that's just Scotland in general. Ignore them and they'll go away. It's good when you're a tourist since all you see is the good bits but it's shite when you're a local and have to put up with neds. Ayr, Kirkintilloch, Kilsyth, Hamilton, Dumfries. Not many job opportunities around so people move to the big cities or abroad. I like things local and simple, big cities just seem too confusing and posh for my liking. But I would love to visit someday. Again, please excuse the grammatical errors.
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    Countries, Peoples and Geography discussion

    Fucking hell, they really have no shame. I don't get why they think it's okay to do this shit, it all centre's around their little circlejerk of elitists with no respect for other people. Boris got caught at the Downing Street Party AND a 'business meeting' where he's eating wine and cheese. Oh, and also he lied about the flat money. Oh, and Hancock refers to himself as a hero in his book. Oh, and also one of the Hull Labour MPs openly tried to gain fake followers on Twitter. It's beyond a joke, it's fucking obscene.
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    Countries, Peoples and Geography discussion

    Just an average day in Glasgow. Jokes aside this kind of shit really is sickening. The midlands have a lot of beautiful places but it's frequently ignored by politicians. In Scotland, it's normal for grown men to have little to no education. The pandemic has only made things worse. I live on a council estate but even I have standards, ghetto life is miserable. I've seen it before and it's grim. But no, politicians are more concerned about their image than they are about the people. The UK is getting worse, and it isn't just statistics on a spreadsheet. Go to Hull or Manchester or Bradford and take a look at the almost third-world slums people live in. Appalling for a first-world nation.
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    Countries, Peoples and Geography discussion

    Fucking hell, that's the population of my city. How does it get to that point? We're the 5th richest and yet we're stuck with a bunch of elitist oligarchal bastards for a government. Just two weeks ago, Boris was jabbering on about Peppa Pig World. Yes, fucking Peppa Pig World. In Scotland, there would be a national outcry about this, but in England, this is just seen as 'normal'. An absolute mess of a country. British "humour" just isn't funny, unless it's like one of those jokes which are so bad it's good. I prefer Scottish humour, early seasons of Still Game. But that's just my view on it. I get how others can enjoy it.
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    Countries, Peoples and Geography discussion

    I'm from Scotland, part English too. I've never really liked England either for this reason. Manchester, Newcastle, Sheffield, Carlisle and Liverpool are the only cities I really like, Exeter and Cambridge at a push. Growing up, England to me looked so dull. The speech, the weather, the houses, the food. It's all so basic. Even the telly was shite, who the fuck wants to watch Tipping Point? I'd always prefer to watch Scottish TV and movies over English media. I don't think it applies to all of England, the north of England is beautiful and is distinct from the south in many ways. At least with northerners they know how to have a laugh. Can't even say 'hello' to a Londoner, they're like robots. The food I don't mind so much, better than eating potatoes every day. I think this more so applies to industrial cities, in Hull I met a guy who had similar experiences. Got the shit kicked out of you if you looked 'off'. Poverty is a severe issue in the UK yet the government do fuck all about it. Then you get a bunch of angry poor chavs running around causing problems for people. They try to copy gangsters from America, too 'mature' to just enjoy things but too 'cool' to stop acting like a fuckwit and get an actual life. Glasgow has a lot of this, neds getting into gang fights threatening random folk with knives. The sectarian bullshit doesn't help either. Suppose there's good and bad parts everywhere.
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    Countries, Peoples and Geography discussion

    Douglas Adams, he's the guy who wrote Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy right? I'm as dumb as a doorknob, but I read from time to time. I have an old scuffed up signed copy of one of his books, got it for 50p at a local charity shop. Should probably read through it.
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    Countries, Peoples and Geography discussion

    I'm from the north of Scotland, which has a strong Irish demographic. During the famine and the industrial era, a lot of folks came over here to work in the textile industry. I'm not sure if it's true but supposedly my grandmother had an Irish surname. There's an entire area in the western part of the city that was designated for them, they were seen as undesirables by the rich. The impact of poverty and deprivation can still be seen today sadly. I like the Irish language, it sounds nice. Almost fantasy-like in a way. I would say wait it out until next Summer and head over, try not to fall for any of the tourist traps in Dublin. Cork is nice as is Donegal. Hope you enjoy your trip! I don't get it, why is Wales called Wales if there are no bloody Whales? How is Swansea by the way? I've heard of it but have never been. Is it like Glasgow? I see, well it's strange how Italians are always depicted as wine-loving gangsters. I get the Mafia are rich but don't they ever fancy a pint or a glass of milk sometimes? Rarely do I ever see a Mafia character in a cartoon drink something other than wine, maybe a martini but that's about it. Beautiful place, but which part?
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