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 No.893[Reply]

Isn't a Quesadilla just Mexican grilled cheese?

 No.894

Now I'm hungry, but yes I guess it is.
chicken quesadillas are so good

 No.906

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isn't grilled cheese just an american croque-monsieur?

 No.919

>>906
No, what you're thinking is a grilled ham and cheese.




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 No.864[Reply]

oppai
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 No.884

>>871
oh... i can see why this might have been confusing. This mp4 was taken from twitter and unlike many other sites twitter streams their video clips like YouTube so that people can't download them or maybe reduce the bandwidth required to serve them.

Either way it requires the browser inspector to get the stream link + an FFMPEG rule or some VLC hackery

 No.885

>>884
just use youtube-dl dude

 No.886

>>885
you can do it with a few command line arguments though

 No.887

and youtube dl isn't going to work on twitter videos

 No.888

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>>887
you sure about that




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 No.859[Reply]

Heat death of the universe? More like heat death of me because it's nearing summer again

(yes I'm aware the theory is about loss of heat)
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 No.867

>>863
Bah, why can't you just appreciate Sachiko..
If everything is equalized there's no localized areas of heat, so it's gone. There's no mountains if everything is the same height, there's no heat if there's nothing left to create differences

Sometimes a stupid thread is just a stupid thread

 No.868

>>867
>Bah, why can't you just appreciate Sachiko..
Call me the party pooper because my bowels are ready to unload, motherfucker!

 No.869

Heat death of you because its nearing summer? More like heat death of me because of how hot Sachiko is.

 No.882

>>865
Personally I'm all about the universe going through that big ol' rip LET IT RIP BABY

 No.889

It's the same kind of thing if you think about it as not being able to reduce your local entropy by shedding heat.




 No.860[Reply]

I know this from my favorite anime Super Cup

 No.874

How far back is "Traditional Okonomiyaki" because there was a decent amount of Western ingredients there. I'd be interested to learn the path that stuff like Worcestershire sauce or smoked hickory wood took if it really did become part of a recent tradition

 No.875

>>874
While there were earlier equivalents, okonomiyaki as such is a 20th century invention, by which point Western ingredients were already well established in Japan.

 No.880

>>874
In a strict sense, only rice and seafood can be considered traditional Japanese food.
Pretty much everything else are imported from foreign cultures.




 No.876[Reply]

space debris

 No.877

Can't believe you stole my post.

 No.878

apparently it already landed near the Maldives islands

 No.879

Can't believe you stole my post.

 No.881

>>878
the post or the rocket?




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 No.843[Reply]

I like coffey,
and not like the drink

 No.858

My body is so weak to drugs I even react badly to caffeine.




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 No.839[Reply]

Good luck finding these where you live heh
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 No.853

>>845
>>846
I've had multiple people mostly from Mexico and other parts of South America tell me it's not meant to have beans and they most surely wasn't chilli peppers either. I also thought chilli came from Mexico because a Mexican told me so, have I been lied to this whole time by the Mexican?
>>847
Well I'm from Canada so we kinda did? Though the Bristish did most of the work...

 No.854

>>845
>>853
chili sold in america are called "chili with beans" because chili itself doesn't have beans
it really stands for the mixture of tomato + beef + chili pepper
>Well I'm from Canada so we kinda did?
seems that copypasta about canadian cultural identity is true

 No.855

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This makes me hungry for hashed browns. Mm, potatoes.
I don't really under the food purity thing the thread devolved into, but I don't understand food snobs in general. You're performing a very primitive biological impulse and it shouldn't be used to create and intensity social divides. But, people are tribal so I guess it's fruitless to struggle against

 No.856

There are a few places around my area, usually beer breweries that sell this, but it has a real hipster tax.

I enjoy those cheesy taters so much that I learned how to make them myself, and I usually hate cooking anything.

 No.883

>>853
>Well I'm from Canada so we kinda did
That's like saying the chinese won the vietnam war.
That's like saying the Russians won WW2 by defeating Japan.
Canada has never once won a single war in it's entire history as a country. Hell Canada isn't even a sovereign country because it bows to the Queen lmao shut the fuck up countrylet.




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 No.792[Reply]

Is this desert?

 No.793

No, but at least it isn't plains

 No.794

>>793
STOP

 No.795

>>793
thank goodness for that

 No.836

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the hell is wrong with beets
why are they so red?

 No.837

was super heating a wok with oil, then I poured in half boiled egg and wet beats
exploded and I threw beets all across room. Left red mess everywhere




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 No.805[Reply]

post your face when you didnt watch any anime today. here's mine
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 No.823

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 No.832

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i started watching a series that i really liked and i thought to myself "wow this would be even better if i have some beers while watching it" except i got too drunk and now i don't want to watch it anymore. i let the anime down. sorry anime

 No.833

>>832
It's alright. There's always next time.

- Sincerely, Anime

 No.834

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 No.829[Reply]

Temperature is still going up and down, but at least nature knows it's Spring.

 No.830

Some trees around here thought it was Spring last Autumn when it was unreasonably warm. Sadly there's more confusion added to it with the temperature plunging. Thankfully I don't think we hit freezing, but it was close




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 No.824[Reply]

It was a nice rainy, relaxing day. This time of day it would normally be dark, but for whatever reason it's brighter than it should be and it's really pretty to look up from my window and only see tree tops instead of ugly houses
also photoshop has a brush that works remarkably well as leaf silhouettes

 No.825

If that's photoshop then it's pretty impressive that I can't tell whether this was a brush drawing or the real thing.

 No.826

sure you can, the patterns are easy to spot

 No.827

Is it raining pixels?




 No.812[Reply]

I was right to hate AC
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 No.817

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I saw this one, too. I marathoned a lot of episodes of Tom Scott and there's a lot of good stuff!

>>814
>AC recycles air
I don't know how it works at office buildings, but for homes air conditioning units are built outside so they can suck in and push out more air. If you have any trees nearby you need to clean up the pile of leaves that accumulates around them. This is also why everyone knows if a skunk went off within a few miles.

The video did make me breathe heavier both times I watched it...

 No.819

>>817
A/C units don't suck in any air, they pull it across the condenser to remove the heat from the system. It's a closed loop.

 No.820

>>819
Oh.
really...
damn
This was my assumption my entire life. Huh. But I have an air conditioner thingie connected to my window that prevents me from opening my window...
bleh

 No.821

This makes skunks even more impressive than I thought, then. Even with all the windows shut and from miles away I can smell them in my room

 No.822

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>>820
Window units function the same way, although they're not perfectly sealed so they do let in outside air.




 No.811[Reply]




 No.808[Reply]

Does it seriously cost 12$ to buy a sandwich?

 No.809

If you go to a good sandwich place it does.

 No.810

>>809
we truly live in a time of extravagance




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 No.786[Reply]

it's snowing outside and snow is piling up
winter is not over!
revert it back to /win/ NOW

 No.787

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It might drop below freezing here this week. I'm glad I didn't do any planting yet, but what the hell is going on lately?
The future climate does not bode very well for humanity

 No.788

>>787
Hope the sun randomly goes into a deep, long-lasting solar minimum and the climate just mellows out and perpetually stays in a cool Spring-like temperature forever.

 No.790

>>787
the future climate is changing in favor of NEETs

 No.791

>>790
Just as planned




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