>Everytime I go on /qa/ since the Hiroyuki /qa/ I feel like im in a warzone.
>I go and browse other boards and everything seems fine.
That makes sense. If you don't think there's an issue, you won't see an issue, and there very well may not be one. This is the board where angry people come to complain about perceived issues, valid or not.
>4channers getting their booties blasted today
>4chan is almost as normalfag-tier as Reddit now
What's this? Why am I getting this warning from Google?
What the fuck?
What is the best style and why is it Yotsuba B?
Please create board /cum/ - Cultural Marxism
gas yourself pinko scum
Shouldve all been irradiated in Cheronobyl
What do you think of ghostposting?
Why was this thread deleted? It was about videogames.
>people somehow think that left is better than right
Explain yourself without the "but 4chan is made for shitposting" argument.
This is valid for almost every major board, too.
Neglected to attach my image. My thoughts were too profound. Again please implement this ideas right away.
Is he bald because he has cancer?
Add a [M] Music tag to >>>/f/ , the board needs it badly. I appreciate a lot music flashes and every single time I want to post one and it isn't a loop I just can't tag it with anything else that isnt [O] Other.
I know how to fix /v/
Can we all agree that PC "gaming" is no longer gaming and ban them from /v/? If it wasn't for Nintendo and Sony; gaming would be dead.
Take for example; most of the new releases on PC are indie pixel fodder crap i.e. FNAF, UnderTale, Binding Of Issac, Workplace RPG, and so on and so forth. All terriable youtube fodder trash.
Now look at Sony and Nintendo. Hit after hit desu senpai. New Zelda, New Mario, games like Last of Us, Uncharted 4, Fallout 4, MGSV, Bloodborne, and etc. All would not exist were it not for console...
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Emoji support on [s4s]
While we're at it, I believe [s4s] should get add any ``fun'' features, like dice roll from /tg/ and le dancing letters from 7chan. :^)
>/pol/ hurt my feelings: the board
/pol/ doesn't hurt my feelings or directly bother me. I just think it's an idiot box that pretends to know about politics. I just ignore them. It's the people that endlessly complain about /pol/ that bother me.