>March 4 2015
That's an old image,
It's BST now, m80boi.
Sometimes I feel like nobody remembers best girl.
i like to imagine her rubbing up against me from behind, and shino in front rubbing the back half of her body on my front half
just sandwiched in between them as they move like that
it's pretty nice
You self-insert as a cute girl?
You need prescriptions for this kinda stuff you know?
Which party would Alice vote for in the upcoming general election?
It'd feel weird knowing people fap to me.
Alice wouldn't vote for a Lab/SNP coalition and neither should you
I write "THE QUEEN" in permanent marker on my voting card every time.
Remember lads, a spoiled vote counts whereas not voting doesn't
And as an added bonus, the Queen (who counts every vote individually) gets to know how many of her citizens are loyal to her above the government.
We take the Queen very seriously m8, and I won't be having bad things being said about her, even in jest.
Why do British people sound so stupid when they talk?
We do have a constitution, but it's referred to as "unwritten". Rather that being enshrined in a single constitutional document like the US or France, the UK constitution is enshrined in various parliamentary laws, legal precedent and constitutional conventions which have no basis in law but are almost always followed and regarded as constitutional.
An example of this would be the Salisbury Convention, where the House of Laws will not oppose any second or further reading of a law pledged in an election manifesto. It has no basis in law at all, but to defy it would be unthinkable - it's effectively law and part of the constution by tradition.
I found out recently that Channel 4 is state owned. I was very surprised to say the least.
The United Kingdom: Where the laws aren't real but people obey them anyway.
A better term might be "uncodified constitution", not unwritten since it is written down, just in lots of different places.
It's mainly because the political system of the UK, unlike many other countries which had some sort of defining revolution or recreation (e.g Liberal Revolutions, WW2 or fall of the Berlin Wall) has been allowed to evolve uninterrupted for more that 300 years without any major changes or upsets. When liberals or other revolutionaries came to power in other countries, it was usually through revolution or coup, and they had the task of recreating the entire political system which necessitated creating a constitution as a set of rules and values from which everything could be derived.
In Britain, there was never any recreation of the political system so an elected party could just pass a new law for it. As well as this, all of the modern rights and values like freedom of speech or universal suffrage were steadily evolved over time rather than suddenly being enacted in full. Voting rights were gradually extended to everyone from 1832 onwards in a series of "Great Reform Acts" - 1832, 1867, 1885 and 1918. This is a pretty good example for the evolution of the British constitution in general - reform, not revolution.
On an unrelated note, is Kiniro Mosaic worth watching? I've never seen it, I just came into the thread because someone was talking about the queen
There's been two arrests for that law and both were 3dpd pedos
Only two sites are actually blocked from what I know of. MLess and piratebay. It's an ISP thing rather than government thing if I remember right though.
>On an unrelated note, is Kiniro Mosaic worth watching?
It's essentially cute girls doing cute things with a British and Lesbian twist. Might be worth a few hours of your time just for Karen and the fact that season 2 is airing soon.
Fucking love that scene. It's actually somehow better without the sound.
Karen has so much energy.
I stand corrected. Karen's voice is heavenly (even if I can't stop hearing Kongou now every time she talks)
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These days are so exciting. What a strange feeling when you realize that new moe shows are the thing you look most forward to in your entire current life.
It's a feeling of sadness lying below a briny layer of happiness.
>Six years ago he was prosecuted for having “Tomb Raider-style” computer-generated pictures of fictional children.
You what? And I think this is talking about those 3D ones or tracing real kids, which is a crime in many countries. I think it's a crime in Japan too to own pictures that have been traced of real kids. I can't really tell all the quotes are people just going mad.
No lewd thoughts must be had about the Mosaic's anon.
I don't like this talk about boobs.
Will flatness prevail?
I really don't understand why I anime/mangas people portray British food as bad? Its absurd nothing beats a full English in the morning and a Sunday lunch for dinner.
I checked it out, Alice is still perflat, and both Shino and Ayaya's are small and delicious. Karen's are a bit bigger than I'd like but they aren't unpleasant, and besides, every Karen is best Karen. Only Yoko has serious boobs, but it kinda fits her
>Once you get past the first few episodes
But the first episode is the best part of it. I'd have watched an entire movie about a Japanese girl homestaying in an English country home and slowly befriending its resident loli despite the total lack of mutual comprehension.