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A subreddit dedicated to the inventor of "Rock-In-Roll", Perry Como.

2023.03.31 17:15 amedic513 Long-haired blonde in high heels fucked in kitchen

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2023.03.31 17:10 westinteriors Designing Cost in Howrah for Flat

Designing Cost in Howrah for Flat
West Interiors is the affordable solution for your flat interior designing work in Howrah and perfect place for all your interior decorating related queries. You are here and looking for flat interior decorating Cost in Howrah and I am here for providing total solution requires for your interior decoration.
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Cost dependent factor for flat interior design in Howrah

  • Your Need – The kind of furniture and utilities you are looking for determines the primary cost. A Modular Kitchen will lay different cost than a designer Sofa set. Similarly, a king-sized bed will be costlier than a normal sized bed.
  • Purpose Of Use the Flat– In case you are planning to put up your flat on rent, it will require much less cost of decoration as it will involve mainly the basics. However, if you are going to stay yourself, it will need much more detailing and thereby result in higher cost.
  • Material Used For Your Flat – Your preference will monitor the cost to a great extent. The materials and details you want to put up will decide the cost. Branded materials will cost you more. Similarly, all wooden furniture will be costlier than Plywood furniture.
  • Expert and Professional Designer’s – The more experienced and mastered designer you higher, the more aesthetically lavish your flat will be. With that, the cost too will increase. Generally, every component you use, be it the modular kitchen, Wardrobes, Bathroom, Bedroom, false ceilings, Living Room, decorative goods etc, is generally measured in “Per Sqft Rate”.
Our designers visit your flat and measure the area covered by each requirement in sqr ft to give you the detailed budget of the same. The sqr ft rate again depends on the article, its material, design, and quality. The measurement process of sqr ft is very simple. For 2-D featured like wall-papers, the area is simply measured. For 3-D units, the face area is measured only.
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2023.03.31 17:08 IFoundTheExit Accepting it.

We’ve been married for 13, been together for 15 and have a 1 year old. The intimacy issues started a couple years into our marriage. Looking back, it was from the start.
The first time I noticed something was up is when I wasn’t able to get her off. No matter what I tried or for how long it just wasn’t working. I’m no Adonis by any means, but never had any issues with previous partners. I always asked for constructive feedback, but didn’t really get any. When talking about it, she said not only did she never get off with her exes, but couldn’t get herself off or even really tried. I was up for the challenge! My thoughts were, I’ll ramp up the foreplay, different techniques, etc and she could pleasure herself to find out what worked best. She tried a couple of times, but lost interest pretty quickly. I was eventually able to get her off by throwing everything and the kitchen sink, but It wasn’t easy.
She rarely initiated from the start, but rarely turned into almost never in just a couple of years. I didn’t want to talk or confront her about it. I was worried the sex would come off as forced or she would see it as an obligation. So I tried to convey it in different ways. That didn’t work and just got worse. So we talked about it, she understood and was going to work on it. It got better for a month or two but didn’t last. We would have “the talk” once or twice a year with it always falling back into same pattern.
About 6 years ago it finally clicked! She doesn’t care about sex. It’s just not important to her as it is to me. Unfortunately, it confirmed my fears that MOST of the time it was just an obligation, but deep down I already knew that.
I don’t hate or resent my wife. I love her. I know sex isn’t everything, but I would be lying if I said that I didn’t miss the passion of having sex with someone who wants to.
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2023.03.31 17:06 EllethOfGondolin 29/31 [F4M] #Western Australia - Looking for something more 💕

Hiya! My name is Tamii, I live in Western Australia.
I am a 29F seeking a male between 20-40yo for a long term Poly relationship.
About me:
I’m into witchcraft, I’m a Hellenic polytheist and I work with the goddess Hekátē as well as the other Gods and Goddesses of the Greek Pantheon.
My type of witchcraft is Green/Kitchen Witchery. I love to cook and bake especially for other people.
Food is my love language and so are acts of service 💕
I’m very much into BDSM, feel free to DM for details.
I like to nap and sleep where I can because I’m an insomniac, I’m a sleepy girl so if I find somewhere comfortable (floor, couch, chair, your arm/shouldechest) that’s what I tend to do.
I game, read, write (when I haven’t lost my plot bunnies 😂) I also knit (only scarves, too lazy to learn more at this stage 😜) and cross stitch, I also stream tv and movies.
I am in a long term loving relationship with my Girlfriend (F31) and am looking to add a seperate relationship with a Dominant male as we practice similar to KTP.
I am looking for someone who is:
Honest, Passionate, Loyal, Kind, Patient, Open, Dominant.
These are things I can offer in a relationship as well as a few other things.
I’m not really looking for an LDR and I’m not looking for something short term.
If you feel like you vibe with this, feel free to DM.
Happy hunting! 💕
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2023.03.31 17:04 AdamLikesBeer Weekend Rundown March 31st - April 2nd

Around Town:





I have had suggestions for a patreon or something of the sort in the past. I do this because I like to provide whatever tiny help I can to the community. BUT I also like to raise money for Gillette's Children Hospital every year. So if you have some virtual loose change you can help me help dem kids here:


Be da real MVP and add anything I missed below.
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2023.03.31 17:04 LemoLuke My eldest son has been diagnosed as autisic, my younger son is currently being diagnosed, and I've been told that I'm very likely autistic based on my behaviors and mannerisms. This past couple of years has been a lot to process.

I really need to vent a little and I don't know where else to do this.
A few years ago, shortly before Covid, my eldest son, (who was 6 at the time) signed up for Beavers along with his cousin, who is also his best friend. My eldest is not particually social and we hoped that it would help him make some new friends. I had always been very socially awkward growing up, and didn't have many friends and I didn't want the same for him. However, after a few weeks, his scout leader took me aside and asked if there was anything about him they needed to be aware of. I had no idea what he was talking about, and he sheepishly asked if my son was autistic, as he was apparently showing signs of it (the scout leader had been trained to help with neurodivergent children). We'd never even considered it, and we asked his teachers the next day, who said they hadn't noticed anything. The scout leader continued to give him extra attention though, letting him know in advance exactly what activities they were doing that day, warning him if certain activities were going to be loud, and giving him space when he just wanted to run back and forth, etc.
Shortly after, the school noticed patterns in his behaviour, raised a concern and formally begain the diagnosis process.
About a year later, the scout leader phoned us to talk about my son, and during the call, dropped the bombshell that he had seen some of the same signs in me, and suspected that I was also autistic. This had never crossed my mind. I knew I had always had 'quirks', and struggled socially, but the only thing I had ever been diagnosed with was OCD.
Last year, my son recieved his formal diagnosis, and around the same time, the school raised red flags about my younger son, and this year, he also began the formal diagnosis process (although, we now recognise his immense love for dinosaurs and wildlife as his special interest, and his contant, long-winded explanations of prehistoric creatures as infodumping). My wife took a 6-week online autism course to help with my sons, as well as liasing with my son's school appointed specialist, and now my wife is also convinced that I am autistic. After learning about autism via my sons, I am also convinced and now have to decide if I want to try and get a formal diagnosis.
It's pretty overwhelming. I'm 40 now and it has made me reassess my entire life. All the issues I have had throughout my life, which I chalked up to just being 'awkward'. The fact I have always found it incredibly difficult to connect with people. People often considering me rude or antisocial because I avoid eye contact and don't enjoy smalltalk or general conversation or social gatherings unless I'm with people I feel really comfortable with, prefering to sit quietly out of the way. Struggling to take my children to birthday parties because I constantly feel the need to find somewhere quiet to sit because all of the lights and noise and activity overwhelms me. I find it difficult or near-impossible to watch certain TV shows and movies because I suffer from unbearable second-hand embarrassment from cringe humor, or get painfully uncomfortable seeing people being mean, angry, or upset with each other, to the point I have to leave the room, or cover my ears and look away until the scene ends. I often find myself alone in the kitchen pacing back and forth, or making random arm or hand movements whenever I am stressed, anxoius, or excited. I have always found it difficult to read social cues and subtle hints which makes communication difficult. The fact that I consider myself a 'personality magpie', constantly taking traits, quotes, and mannerisms from other people (often from TV/movies) and using it to create a sort of Frankenstein personality, to the point that I'm not even sure if I have a real personality of my own. The other day, I read a meme on this subreddit, talking about the idea that you have to spend time constantly rehersing making a phone call to customer service before you can even lift the phone. For some reason, that one little thing hit so deep that I spent the next 10 minutes crying. If someone or something unexpectedly changes my day-to-day routine or environment, it can trigger unease and anxiety in me that can last for days. All social interactions feel like they deplete my emotional and mental batteries. I can't stand text/messenger conversations because the idea of not knowing exactly when someone will reply gives me anxiety.
Right now, things just feel very lost and I don't know how to deal with everything. I'm sorry for the long vent, it's just that writing this out is a much therapy for me as anything else.
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2023.03.31 17:04 AdamLikesBeer Weekend Roundup 3/31-4/2

Around Town:





I have had suggestions for a patreon or something of the sort in the past. I do this because I like to provide whatever tiny help I can to the community. BUT I also like to raise money for Gillette's Children Hospital every year. So if you have some virtual loose change you can help me help dem kids here:


Be da real MVP and add anything I missed below.
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2023.03.31 17:01 Oreant A Comprehensive Proposal for Sailing Mechanics - A long post explaining how you might actually gain xp. [Long Post with TLDR at the bottom]

I thought it would be worth putting together a comprehensive proposal for why Sailing should be a skill and more importantly how it could be a skill.
This is a long post - there is a TLDR at the bottom. Please comment any criticisms you can think of.
Generally on the subreddit I have seen the following comments regarding sailing:
This is a proposal which should address each of those statements and explain how and why Sailing could be implemented.
The key points are that:
What is Sailing?
Basic rules:
Starting Out:
The Seas:
The Ships:

Controlling the Ships:

Gaining XP and Gameplay Loops:
Let me know what you guys think of this. There is a lot to digest here, but it is a fairly comprehensive guide to how sailing could be implemented - offering meaningful progression and catering to a wide variety of play styles.

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2023.03.31 16:55 splotchy_boi the translation of the Yuri character file.

If you found this note in a small wooden box with a heart on it, then *congratulations!* You are probably the first person to read this. I didn’t really plan on sharing this with anybody, but for some reason I think it’s exciting that somebody out there, a complete stranger, will come across this note and read my story. Someone I will never meet, sharing such a personal bond with me. I’m fascinated that either one of us could die - even as soon as tomorrow - with the other being completely clueless to the fact. To you, my entire life is within this note, and so I will live for as long as your memory can carry me. Writing this, I’m wondering if that makes you feel fascinated or violated. It’s so exciting.

I’m sorry if my story is a bit disorganized, but I’d like to get it down while it’s still fresh on my mind. First, I’ll tell you a little bit about myself. I’m a first-year college girl and have led, by most standards, a pretty unspectacular life up to this point. I grew up in an upper-middle class school district with decent teachers. I did track in middle school and some of high school, and I’ve had two boyfriends. Now, I’m studying for a career in occupational therapy, because I feel the field is undervalued and provides tremendous help to people.

I’m giving you this background because there’s this strange misconception that if you want to kill someone then you’re either sick in the head or you have anger management issues. But, it’s very apparent that I don’t fall into either of those categories. It’s true that most murder cases are in a domestic setting where someone loses control of their anger or something. But the thing is that those people kill under provocation, whether by a singular outburst or by a slow-burning series of misfortunes. Those people kill because in that brief moment, they want a specific someone, for a specific reason, to be hurt or killed.

What I’m talking about is wanting to kill someone for no specific reason, maybe just to see what it’s like. Do you ever get that? I wouldn’t know how others feel, because it’s not something I ever talked about. But I’ve been curious about what it’s like to kill someone ever since I was a child. Not killing anyone in particular, just a random person. It’s always just fascinated me that if I put my mind to it, I can approach anyone, and in five minutes they would be completely gone from this Earth.

But I’ve never done so for a couple of reasons. First of all, for most of my life it was logistically impossible for me to do it without getting caught. I only got my driver’s license a couple years ago, and even then, the preparations would take too much time, definitely stirring suspicion. It was only once I started college that I realized this was no longer an obstacle.

Another reason is that I was afraid of causing harm to too many people. You might laugh reading that, at how hypocritical it sounds. But, let me explain: Why should I feel bad about killing someone if they’re too dead to care? Who would I be feeling bad for? Contrarily, it’s the grief of the living that I’d rather not be responsible for. Because of this, I knew it would take a good deal of research before finding a suitable person to kill, and I’ve never had the means to do so - again, until I started college.

And now, having just experienced it, I’d say it was pretty satisfying in the end. Something I would try again? Probably not, since my curiosity has already been satisfied. It really wouldn’t be the same a second time.

But anyway, if by any chance you’re also curious to kill someone, then you’re welcome to take notes. :)


I started a hobby of people-watching soon after I entered college. People-watching is interesting to me because it’s taking one of the infinite extras in your life and turning them into a main character - without them knowing, of course. It’s so easy to forget that every single one of the hundreds of strangers you pass every day has a life story as deep and complex as your own. One thing I noticed about people-watching, and wanting to kill someone, is that you are in more constant awareness of this. When I find a person to observe, their story slowly becomes more clear to me over time, gaps being filled - it really is amazing.

I usually went to grocery stores on weekends and looked around in people’s shopping carts. If I saw something that interested me, I decided to observe the person for a little bit. Of course, since my goal was to find someone to kill, I ruled out anyone who had children or a partner with them. Wedding rings were another tell-tale sign.

So maybe once a weekend, I would find someone who fit my criteria, at which point I would follow them home and note their address. From there, it became incredibly easy to investigate a little bit more; most people have normal work hours, meaning I could spend afternoons going through their mail or looking around in their house. I repeated this with several people (and had one close call), but for varying reasons I didn’t really feel satisfied enough with them to kill any of them.

I started getting a bit impatient and thought that I might just settle for killing the man named Devon, even though I didn’t really want to kill someone wealthy. But then, I came across someone new - someone who just, felt perfect. The feeling only strengthened as I investigated her further, and I knew that she would be the one for me to kill.

A young-looking woman I met at the grocery store, as per usual. She was doing some light shopping with a basket. Her hair was wavy and dark brown, sitting inelegantly on her slumped shoulders and surrounding her tired-looking face. Her bare fingers told me she might be single, but beyond that, my gut was almost certain of it. This woman just seemed so…plain, really. I guess I felt a greater acuity for the personal lives of strangers ever since I started my people-watching. But the way she carried herself, I just got the feeling that if she suddenly died, nobody would be around to miss her. Of course, I still wanted to investigate her a bit.

I followed my usual routine of checking out her place during her work hours. I learned immediately from her mail that her name is Linda Watson. Linda lived in a quiet apartment complex, her mailbox easily accessible right outside her door. Instead of quickly shuffling through it, I decided I could take her mail back to my dorm and return it before she was finished with work (she only lived about 15 minutes from me). I did some research and learned how to open and reseal the envelopes without damaging them, which took some technique along with a hair dryer, rubbing alcohol, and Q-tips.

This made it easy for me to learn a little more about her. Linda was a 33-year-old woman who worked for a small accounting firm - I’d rather not name the place outright. Her birthday was December 11th which, coincidentally, was approaching in a couple weeks. I also managed to find a bank statement that gave me a nice look into how she’s been spending her past month. It was at this point I realized that my assessment of Linda Watson as an extremely plain woman was pretty spot-on, because there was absolutely nothing interesting on the list. A trip to Old Navy, a bunch of Starbucks, something about $40 from Amazon - no restaurants, no movies, nothing that would really imply she was spending any time socializing. That aside, I also found a cooking magazine, so I guess she was into cooking.

Apartments are harder to break into than suburban homes, because there are fewer doors and windows. Every time I got Linda’s mail, I would check the front door and the windows in the back, but they were always locked. This was a bit frustrating because I was really interested in getting into her house. So, I came up with a sort of plan that I thought would be fun, even if it didn’t work.

Last Saturday, I visited Linda Watson’s apartment complex as I would on weekdays. The difference is that this time, I wanted her to be home. I thought it would be interesting to have a conversation with her. If I got lucky, I could take advantage of the situation to discreetly unlock a window from the inside. So, I walked up to her door wearing nothing warmer than a light sweatshirt, and knocked. The adrenaline rush was crazy. I was afraid I might screw something up.

The door opened, and in front of me stood Linda Watson, exactly as I remembered her from the grocery store. It was at that moment, making eye contact for the first time, that I realized I was running the risk of beginning to care about this person. As selfish as it is, I couldn’t kill a person I cared about, even if it’s a 33-year-old woman standing in a doorway with a slightly perplexed look on her face, giving me a reserved “Hello.”

Arms crossed from the cold, I shyly returned Linda’s greeting. I explained that I was walking my dog near the woodsy area behind the back of her apartment, and that he had gotten away. I had been looking for my dog for an hour and was wondering if Linda may have seen him roaming about. Of course, Linda sympathetically apologized for the situation and that she couldn’t be of use to me, but that she would keep an eye out. I wore a defeated expression in response, apologizing in return for troubling her.

It somehow went exactly as I had hoped - Linda invited me inside to warm up a bit with some coffee. I outwardly hesitated before accepting her offer, although on the inside I wanted to jump through the door and hug her for cooperating so well. And that’s how Linda Watson ended up with a 19-year-old girl next to her on the couch - who knows if it was just a nice gesture or if she really has no better way to spend her Saturdays than talking to some kid she just met (who happens to be interested in killing her).

Linda soon learned that my name is Maria (it’s not) and that I attend the nearby community college (I don’t). I was a little bit nervous that she would ask me too many questions because I didn’t have many answers prepared. I was able to steer the conversation toward her, and she was pretty happy to talk. I asked what she does, and she told me that she works for the accounting firm I already knew about, communicating with outside clients and keeping records. I told her I was pretty nervous about growing up. She told me to enjoy college and to make lots of friends because there’s less opportunity once you start working.

When I asked if she was married or anything, she laughed. Of course I knew she wasn’t married, but I wanted to hear more about her love life. She said that she doesn’t currently have a boyfriend (I guess she’s at least had boyfriends, but who knows how long ago). When I asked her about kids, she said she doesn’t want them until she gets a better job. On top of that, she told me that her family has a history of some genetic diseases such as arthritis and depression, which she is afraid to give to her kids.

It’s funny that she mentioned that because when I asked to use her bathroom, I noticed a tube of prescription pills on the sink. It was labelled duloxetine, which I looked up later and discovered that it is in fact an antidepressant. I had a joking thought that maybe by killing her I’d be doing her a favor, but quickly decided I was a terrible person for coming up with that.

The rest of the visit was pretty dull. We talked about food and some other mundane stuff before I eventually made an excuse to leave. I didn’t get the chance to unlock a window or anything like that, but I didn’t really feel the need to go through her apartment anymore. As early as the drive back to my dorm, I was already thinking about how I would best like to kill Linda Watson.

The choice was between effectiveness and fun. I decided to go with fun, because it would be way more satisfying to kind of dissect her as I killed her, rather than just getting it done and calling it a day. Fast-forward one week to December 13th - today, actually. Linda Watson turned 34 two days ago. I made a fun little wager with myself where if Linda was spending her birthday weekend alone, I would pay her a visit and kill her. If she was out or had company, I would stop by next week or something instead.

So this morning, I drove over to Lowe’s and bought an axe. Again, I expect you’re laughing, but that’s also kind of the point. An axe is so kind of cliche and a “movies” thing that I actually thought it would be the most fun. Swinging it at someone and everything, it’s a really entertaining image. They actually had a bunch of different axes, so I picked one that had a good weight but was still light enough for me to swing quickly.

The drive after getting the axe was when the adrenaline really picked up. All that kept going through my mind on the way over was “Wow, I’m really doing this.” Not in a bad way, just like a surprised this is real life sort of thing. I also got this strange rush of recollections of the time I spent with Linda. It was like my life was flashing before my eyes, except it was just the rather mundane hour I spent with Linda - like snippets of our conversations, the sound of her laugh, her facial expressions and stuff.

I also wondered to myself what the crazy serial killers would be feeling at a time like this - schizophrenic delusions? Sexual buildup? I have no idea, but what I felt was kind of like ridiculously alert and numb in the senses at the same time, however that’s possible.

Before getting out of the car, I had the sense to stuff the axe into my backpack to look a little less ridiculous walking across the parking lot. The handle was sticking out, but that didn’t really matter. At that point my heart was pounding so hard I could feel my throat throbbing. I tried controlling my breath, but it’s really hard to not breathe fast when your heart is pounding like that.

I reached Linda Watson’s door and quietly put my ear to it after setting down my backpack. I heard a voice that wasn’t hers - company? No, it was just the TV, mixed with her occasional tapping footsteps behind the door. I actually kept my ear there for a really freaking long time, because I wanted to make absolutely sure nobody was over. Probably 10 minutes of that and a lot of reassuring myself convinced me.

I quietly opened my backpack zipper and held the axe in my hands. My fiercely shaking hands. What the hell was this kind of reaction that my body was making? I told my body to shut up, that it’s no big deal, but of course it wouldn’t listen. It was actually bizarre how much my hands were shaking. It must be the adrenaline buildup. I rolled my eyes at myself and got my hand to rest on the doorknob. If it’s locked, I’ll knock, it’ll be basically the same. I took a deep breath and forced my muscles into action.

I swiftly turned the doorknob. Not locked. In one movement, I opened up the door and slipped inside. Linda Watson, just a few steps away into the kitchen. I see - she was in the middle of cooking. She immediately jumped and turned around, startled. I expected that. Quickly, I let go of the doorknob and adjusted the axe into both hands. In the following split second, I realized that she would probably start to make a lot of noise. Looking back, I’m an idiot for not considering that. Just as Linda’s mouth opened to speak - maybe even started speaking - I forcefully swung my axe into the side of her head.

But, my axe was facing backwards. I hit her with the blunt end of the blade. I actually did this on purpose, because in that split second I somehow decided that it would be the way to keep her noise to a minimum. It actually worked. I felt barely any resistance in the swing as I collided with her head, knocking it clean aside. Linda’s half-formed syllable came out as a kind of weird grunt - a noisy exhalation is probably the best I could describe it. That happened at the same time as her head smacked into the cabinet from the force, and she fell backwards without any ability to keep her balance. I didn’t hesitate at all to keep swinging at her while she was half lying down on the ground, this time my axe facing the right way. I didn’t really know where to swing, so I kind of just started hacking at her collarbone area and chest. It didn’t feel like the axe was going too deep, but there was a nice “thunk” sort of sound every time the axe embedded into her. I even felt the soft sinking sensation ripple into my hands, like the axe was a kind of physical extension of my sense of touch.

On a whim, I swung once at her throat, but most of the swing actually missed and I hit the floor by accident, causing a loud, dull whack to resonate through the apartment. I didn’t have time to think about it. I swung again with better aim and got a more centered hit, feeling the bone or cartilage or whatever is in there, so I must have split it open. Right after that, I decided to swing at her face, and I got this diagonal cut along her nose and mouth, which felt pretty good so I did it once more.

I finally briefly stopped to survey the damage. Linda was bleeding ridiculously. The blood was kind of coming out in waves, in sync with her beating heart, probably. It was pooling all around her and riding along the cracks between the tiles. Her light blue shirt was all torn up and stained dark, kind of mixed with a fleshy mess around her chest. It was all just glistening red. Her face wasn’t much better, covered in dripping red at this point, and her lip was kind of hanging off, revealing red-stained teeth in a really weird way, like a zombie or something.

Linda wasn’t dead, though. Her limbs were kind of weakly, aimlessly trying to move while she was stuck on her back. More than anything, she reminded me of a bug that you crush but it still pitifully moves its legs around before it dies completely. That’s basically what she was doing. But I didn’t know how long it would take for her to die, or what kind of condition she was in. I ended up grabbing a big knife that was on the counter that she was using to cut up meat. Trying to step around the blood, I reached down and carved into the upper half of her neck, trying to sort of saw it from the left side to the right. It was a little awkward because the area was so soft and squished around the knife as I was cutting. But the sensation was completely different from the axe. It actually felt like I was cutting a tough piece of raw meat (which I guess technically, I was).

The blood started pouring out, and I hoped that I severed the most major arteries in there. It must have worked, because after a moment Linda’s limb movements kind of just had the strength drained from them, soon resting still on the floor. I took a few seconds to catch my breath. No time to stick around and think about the experience. I shook the knife blade through a dirty pan in the sink to clean off the blood, then threw the knife into my backpack. I did the same with the axe. I also took her laptop that was sitting on the counter. It had some recipe open for veal and mushrooms. I didn’t really take the laptop to use it, since I have a perfectly good one myself that I got for college. I just wanted to look through it for fun.

I finally went outside and closed the door behind me. I got some blood on my sweater and jeans. But funnily enough, I actually anticipated that so I wore dark colors.

The drive back to my dorm was just a constant replaying of the experience in my head. I guess that’s still kind of happening even now, actually. But it felt pretty nice. Linda Watson is dead. I kind of let the weight of that sink in. The sensation of having completely removed a human life from existence. It’s crazy. I don’t know how else to describe it.

Anyway, I threw the axe and knife into a dumpster on campus, which I think is picked up every Monday, so they’ll be gone by then. My roommate goes home on the weekends, so I have the dorm to myself today. It gave me the chance to go through Linda’s website history. I was right in thinking that’s where her deepest secrets would lie.

There was actually a lot of dirty stuff, like the names of websites for porn videos and stories and things like that. Same with her searches. A lot of the websites were boring, like cooking websites and recipes, and game websites like Bejeweled and stuff. I eventually got to the “one week ago” section of her history, and it gave me a chill.

There were a whole bunch of searches like “methods of suicide”, “how to tie a noose”, “dangerous household chemicals”, “carbon monoxide poisoning” - like a lot of them. She was probably ready to write a book on suicide after all the research she did. So I guess Linda was contemplating suicide. I wonder if it was influenced by her depression.

The irony is actually striking. Maybe Linda was going to die anyway. Or maybe she couldn’t find the courage to do it. If that were the case, I almost literally gave her a birthday present by killing her. That’s actually really comical in a messed-up way, and it leaves a weird taste in my mouth. The part I don’t get is that I didn’t see any of those searches up until the “one week ago” section, nothing more recent than that.

I ended up throwing the laptop in the dumpster with the other stuff. It’s been a few hours since then, so I’ve had some time to calmly think about everything. Like I said, it was pretty satisfying and I’m glad I finally got around to it. I feel like I can finally cross it off my bucket list, or like I’m tying loose ends with myself. This is probably the first and last time I’ll write the name Linda Watson - it’s back to living a normal college life, except I might do some people-watching every now and then because it’s definitely fun and interesting.

But I’ll always wonder how many people there are like me. I’m sure there has to be a lot, because there is just nothing strange about it to me, being curious about killing someone. Sadly, it’s something that people can’t exactly just talk about, so I guess I’ll never know. I’m sure that anyone would just lie about it even if you asked them. But you can’t help but wonder if that person in the grocery store, who stares at you as you pass by, might be considering what it would be like to kill you. If I could, I would tell them all about it, so they could decide for themselves. But who knows, maybe I got lucky, and that person is you. I actually really, really hope so.

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2023.03.31 16:52 JoseAltuveIsInnocent First time playing the game, how to improve my weapons?

The weapons the merchants sell do less damage then the starting ones I have somehow
Am I supposed to use the starting weapons this long or am I missing something? I barely left the first island and recruited both of the warriors from the arguing nobles.
My main character is a 2H sword using paladin.
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2023.03.31 16:47 xSuperChiink Rev-A-Shelf: What are some must-haves? Anything you regret getting?

We are rebuilding our home due to a fire and are in the middle of designing our new kitchen. What are some Kitchen Rev-A-Shelf items we should/should not consider getting?
I don't have proper photos of the new design at the moment but the layout will be top and bottom cabinets along the wall in an "L" shape and a long rectangle island. Will also have a small beverage center separate from the main "L" cabinets.
Some things we are considering are:
- 2-tier shelf pull out in bottom cabinet for pots/pans
- Pull out spice rack
- Pull out similar to spice rack but with "cups" to hold utensils, e.g. spatulas, whisk, large wooden spoons.
- Kitchen-Aid mixer pull out? This seems to take up a lot of space for a single item and not sure how much we'd actually use it
Other Kitchen accessories we are considering:
- Pot filler
- Glass Rinser
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2023.03.31 16:45 fifi9573 Hair Salons Near Campus

So I'm new to Long Island & the area near sbu in general. Anyone have a rec for a good place to dye my hair near campus?
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2023.03.31 16:45 Joe23267 March(ing) Forward! - a monthly recap

A continuation from my post on progress made in February (
March has been a challenge for me. Having accepted a new job, I got sucked into the tornado of selling houses, applying for mortgages, contacting movers and realtors. I yearned for the days when I could pack everything into the back of my car or get my friends to come over and stuff my worldly belongings into a truck, but those days are long gone so there was nothing to do but get back to work.
This month was consumed by detailing the Wizard’s Isle. The Iyesgarten regional map ( has a large lake on its western edge. I added mountains to the blank hexes north and west of the lake to serve as a source for the river and a barrier for the swamp. As I worked on that edge of the map, I noticed how large the island is (referring to the map scale of 6 miles per hex) and decided to place both a Wizard’s Tower and a Temple of Magic on the island.
In my world, the long-lived race are the Yisi and, unlike Tolkien’s elves, they are domineering, arrogant, steampunk-ish magic users. The Tower is a factory for building constructs that I call mechanimi, robot-like machines that are powered by magic-charged crystals. The Temple was a great place of learning until the humans rose up and overthrew the Yisi several hundred years ago. Now the Temple is a much smaller, covert school that is primarily a training ground for mages who want to work in the Tower.
I started with the Tower and its accompanying first dungeon level using Dyson Logos’ Eleint Passages ( maps with one addition that I’ll discuss below. The Tower is a headquarters type place, while the first level is a showroom for the constructs. Demonstrations are held here to show off the capabilities of the constructs.
The second level is a combination dungeon, with finished walls and floors, and a natural cave system. Faerie creatures who have lived here before the Yisi arrived on planet continue to populate the “wild places” of the caves but the Yisi treat the place like an underground park. The Yisi also mine the tunnels for the crystal that they need for the constructs.
There is a deeper level connected to the dungeon (the Fane) through a single secret passage and this is where the crystals are cut and powered with magic to make them suitable to be used as a power source for constructs.
On the eastern side of the second level, there is a stream that entered the map. I wanted to give the head wizard a place to keep his secrets, so I did a little editing and joined a Five Room Dungeon map ( to the Eleint Passage’s second level. The only entrance to this secret place is a fast moving stream that is guarded by a fae creature. Hidden away, the wizard keeps his spell books (huge obsidian slabs etched with the spells) and his own treasure.
All in all, the Tower and its subterranean levels amounted to over 40 rooms, some with a number of sub-rooms). I spent extra time on some days and wrote up multiple rooms, but always wrote at least one room a day.
Next month, I’ll start with the Temple and its dungeon. ;)
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2023.03.31 16:41 1qapo1 Long-haired blonde in high heels fucked in kitchen

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2023.03.31 16:37 Longjumping-Ad-4011 Hot take

Do you ever feel like long islanders have a giant stick up their ass and don't know how to read?
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2023.03.31 16:31 cerebralme Personal homebrew intro I'm playing this night

So we're starting with a new party, to make them bond, give them some motivations, I'm running an introductive session, they have to go check on this lighthouse island the whereabouts of the guardian and there they discover a shipwreck and some elves (astral but they don't know) torturing a creature, after the fight eventually the creature dies leaving them with an egg that will later in the campaign hatch as a little solar dragon. This dragon I'm also planning to make the big final boss as i want to make him become a black hole dragon that can destroy xaryxis in change of his life. Long story short they will have to choose between killing xaryxis and lose their dragon or giving up their homeland to keep the dragon.
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2023.03.31 16:30 shadowmonkey1911 To all Trans Long Islanders, Happy Transgender Day of Visibility.

I know it's hard right now but you're not alone and we will get through this. I'm hoping I can find my favorite pink dress so I can wear a pride flag pallette ensemble today. Couldn't track it down in time before work but hopefully I'll find it in time to go out tonight. Not sure where I'll even go but I'm gonna be out and proud and visible today and I hope if it's safe for you that you will too. If not I hope soon you can be. I love you all my siblings. Trans Fact: Noted musician Ryan Cassata and award winning documentary filmmaker Yance Ford are both trans and from Long Island.
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2023.03.31 16:21 lmboyer04 [WTS] Long Island Watch ISL-37 salmon dial with fluted bezel

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2023.03.31 16:18 merlokkitchens Aluminium Modular Kitchen

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2023.03.31 16:17 GENTOOO Ep 326: Snax Starz
The League of Snacks (and Crisps) is dead! Long Live “Snax Starz”, the exciting new replacement segment for 2023! It was meant to be a simpler premise, but as ever on CheapShow, things get complicated, and all of a sudden there are snack palaces, anthropomorphised crisps and a pool house. This week’s inductee is the much-requested Doritos Burger King Flame Grilled Whopper flavour. As you can imagine, it goes about as well as expected. Eli has some brand-new Tales from the Dance Floor stories to tell and to say Paul is unimpressed is a major understatement and rubs him up the wrong way. Finally, Eli is excited to head back to the Country Urban Noodle Test Lab Kitchen with a cheeky little noodle he’s been dying to sample. Of course Paul ruins it with a new character, but thankfully for Eli, said character ends up breaking Paul’s brain! Good. He deserves it!
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2023.03.31 16:12 Darthmunky Questions For Admin Assistants At Schools

Hello, I just got hired as a Casual Admin Assistant for the local School District. I have never worked within the school system, nor have I ever worked in administration or in secretarial positions. Most of my previous work experience is kitchen and/or physical labor jobs. I do not know how to use Excel and I am horrible at any kind of math but I am very tech savvy aside from that. I have a B.A. in Communications / Media Studies but no other business education. I start on Monday and have no idea what I'm doing. As a casual, I am on-call; like a substitute but for Admin Assistants so I could be at different locations all the time. My first gig is a 2-week job at the District office. Any suggestions, tips, or info that might help me on this new career path?
A few questions:
- Do I really need to know Excel?
- Will I need to do any kind of math or deal with finances?
- How often will I actually have to interact with kids?
- Would my daily hours be the same as students/teachers or will I have to go in earlier and work later than the general school day?
- Do I get all the same time off as teachers/students (Long weekends, Spring break, Christmas break, Summers, etc.)?
- Do I still get paid for Good Friday and Easter even though that is my first week working?
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