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What is '4chan /b/' actually?

 

You don't really want to know. :aware:

I want to know, I probably saw/heard things that are even more horrifying.

Please direct me to these things. I don't believe you.

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What is '4chan /b/' actually?

 

You don't really want to know. :aware:

I want to know, I probably saw/heard things that are even more horrifying.

Please direct me to these things. I don't believe you.

http://www.celinedion.com/

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What is '4chan /b/' actually?

 

You don't really want to know. :aware:

I want to know, I probably saw/heard things that are even more horrifying.

Please direct me to these things. I don't believe you.

I think I would be banned from this site in less than a second if I would do that...

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What is '4chan /b/' actually?

 

You don't really want to know. :aware:

I want to know, I probably saw/heard things that are even more horrifying.

Please direct me to these things. I don't believe you.

I think I would be banned from this site in less than a second if I would do that...

That's beside the point. /b/ is the most evil hellhole on the internet.

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Talking about /b/ on a forum for kids is a really bad thing to do... Asking them to google search it is worse...

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And hows that defined as talking about /b/?

 

It features two memes used on alot of sites that originated there. It's not giving them a link to the site/an explanation/anything.

 

Talking about /b/ on a forum for kids is a really bad thing to do...

 

Talking about /b/ on a forum for kids is

 

Talking about /b/ on a forum

 

Talking about /b/

Edited by Sir Ajacobs

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Talking about /b/ on a forum for kids is a really bad thing to do... Asking them to google search it is worse...

salssigniturenewiv0.jpg

 

And hows that defined as talking about /b/?

Memes. 4chan. /b/

Edited by yelo

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Talking about /b/ on a forum for kids is a really bad thing to do... Asking them to google search it is worse...

salssigniturenewiv0.jpg

 

And hows that defined as talking about /b/?

Memes. 4chan. /b/

 

If people knew what the memes where in the first place they would already have visited 4chan.

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Talking about /b/ on a forum for kids is a really bad thing to do... Asking them to google search it is worse...

salssigniturenewiv0.jpg

 

And hows that defined as talking about /b/?

Memes. 4chan. /b/

 

If people knew what the memes where in the first place they would already have visited 4chan.

You don't need have to visit 4chan to understand a meme.

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Talking about /b/ on a forum for kids is a really bad thing to do... Asking them to google search it is worse...

salssigniturenewiv0.jpg

 

And hows that defined as talking about /b/?

Memes. 4chan. /b/

 

If people knew what the memes where in the first place they would already have visited 4chan.

You don't need have to visit 4chan to understand a meme.

 

So how does me displaying two 4chan memes tell unknowing teenagers anything about /b/ or how to find it? If people understand what they are they would already know about the website.

 

You replied to my post implicating what I said was hypocritical due to my previous signature, and now that it's clear my point was totally irrelevant to the signature theres no point pretending what you implied was true in the first place.

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Talking about /b/ on a forum for kids is a really bad thing to do... Asking them to google search it is worse...

 

 

Haha. If it exists....

 

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Also, rule 44 is what you should direct your attention to.

 

44. Everything has been cracked and pirated.

 

:aware:

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yeah posting a link to /b/ would probably get u banned. if u really want to know just wikipedia "/b/" but if i was u, i wouldnt.

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Also, rule 44 is what you should direct your attention to.

 

44. Everything has been cracked and pirated.

 

:aware:

That's rule 64. You have clearly been using a wrong set of rules. Your life will shortly be terminated.

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Talking about /b/ on a forum for kids is a really bad thing to do... Asking them to google search it is worse...

salssigniturenewiv0.jpg

 

And hows that defined as talking about /b/?

Memes. 4chan. /b/

 

If people knew what the memes where in the first place they would already have visited 4chan.

You don't need have to visit 4chan to understand a meme.

 

So how does me displaying two 4chan memes tell unknowing teenagers anything about /b/ or how to find it? If people understand what they are they would already know about the website.

 

You replied to my post implicating what I said was hypocritical due to my previous signature, and now that it's clear my point was totally irrelevant to the signature theres no point pretending what you implied was true in the first place.

/b/ is a board of 4chan. The memes that you displayed in your signature show some popular memes on 4chan, and /b/ is a board on 4chan. Therefore your signature relates to /b/.

 

As I said before, you don't need to know much about 4chan to understand those memes as the names of them are self-explanatory. They're highly used memes, used on 4chan and other forums. You could get the general idea of the memes without knowing about/visiting 4chan.

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