i need tp for my bunghole

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Different words and times, but same meaning

by Joey deVilla on July 14, 2016

different words - same meaning

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For the want of a preposition…

by Joey deVilla on July 12, 2016

eating carpet strictly prohibited

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Brexit, starring “Simon’s Cat”

by Joey deVilla on July 12, 2016

If you’ve never seen the Simon’s Cat series of videos, start with the classic, Cat Man Do.

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Here’s how my day online went

by Joey deVilla on July 11, 2016

when everyones posting about pokemon go

…such as the job, working on my presentation for Tampa Code Camp this Saturday, and working on a new iPhone app (after having released my first one last week).

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Sign of the day

by Joey deVilla on July 11, 2016

what if nobody was president

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How otaku take a shower

by Joey deVilla on July 10, 2016

We’ve done Americans, nerds, the Swiss, and the French. How ’bout otaku?

how otaku shower

In case you’re not familiar with the term “otaku”, here’s the definition:

ōˈtäko͞o/ — (in Japan) a young person who is obsessed with computers or particular aspects of popular culture to the detriment of their social skills.

Here are a couple of anime otaku in their bedrooms / personal shrines:

male otaku

female otaku

As for “waifu”, that’s borrowed the Japanese pronunciation of the English word “wife”, and its definition is:

(fandom slang) A fictional character (generally female) from non-live-action visual media (typically an anime, manga, or video game) whom one is attracted to and considers a significant other.

For example, the person in this room probably considers Hinagiku Katsura (or Katsura Hinagiku, if you prefer your names in Western order) from Hayate No Gotoku (a.k.a. Hayate the Combat Butler) to be his waifu.

waifu

Otaku who are attracted to male manga, anime, or videogame characters refer to the one they’re obsessed with as their husbando (from the Japanese pronunciation of the English word “husband”).

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