ITT we lament the fact that nobody says "kopipe" anymore (38)

1 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 03:26

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "kopipe" is still better than "copypasta", which just makes me think of fat ugly Italians.

2 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 04:06

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "kopipe" is still better than "copypasta", which just makes me think of fat ugly Italians.

3 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 04:49

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "kopipe" is still better than "copypasta", which just makes me think of fat ugly Italians.

4 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 07:01

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "kopipe" is still better than "copypasta", which just makes me think of fat ugly Italians.

5 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 07:07

copy-pastry actually isn't bad. i think we should push the use of copy-pastry over copy-pasta. it's the lesser of two evils

6 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 07:38

>I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots

what? go back to 4chan.

7 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 10:00

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "kopipe" is still better than "copypasta", which just makes me think of fat ugly Italians.

8 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 10:19

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "kopipe" is still better than "copypasta", which just makes me think of Old Ike, and when I think of Old Ike I get a hardon that just won't quit.

Sixty years ago, I worked in what was once my grandfather's greenhouses. Gramps had died a year earlier and Grandma, now in her seventies had been forced to sell to the competition. I got a job with the new owners and mostly worked the range by myself. That summer, they hired a man to help me get the benches ready for the fall planting.

Ike always looked like he was three days from a shave and his whiskers
were dirty white, shaded by the brim of his battered felt fedora.

He did not chew tobacco but the corners of his mouth turned down in a
way that, at any moment, I expected a trickle of thin, brown juice to
creep down his chin. His bushy, brown eyebrows shaded pale, gray eyes.

The old-timer extended his hand, lifted his leg like a dog about to mark
a bush and let go the loudest fart I ever heard. The old fellow then
winked at me, "Ike Thomas is the name and playing pecker's my game."

I thought he said, "Checkers." I was nineteen, green as grass. I said,
"I was never much good at that game."

"Now me," said Ike, "I just love jumping men ..."

"I'll bet you do."

"... and grabbing on to their peckers," said Ike.

"I thought we were talking about ..."

"You like jumping old men's peckers?"

I shook my head.

"I reckon we'll have to remedy that." Ike lifted his right leg and let
go another tremendous fart. "He said, "We best be getting to work."

That summer of 1941 was a more innocent time. I learned most of the sex
I knew from those little eight pager cartoon booklets of comic-page
characters going at it. Young men read them in the privacy of an outside
john, played with themselves, by themselves and didn't brag about it.
Sometimes, we got off with a trusted friend and helped each other out.

Under the greenhouse glass, the temperature some times climbed over the
hundred degree mark. I had worked stripped to the waist since April and
was as brown as a berry. On only his second day on the job and in the
middle of August, Ike wore old fashioned overalls. Those and socks in
his high-top work shoes was every stitch he wore. When he bent forward,
the bib front billowed out and I could see the white curly hairs on his
chest and belly.

"Me? I just love to eat pussy!" Ike licked his lips from corner to
corner then sticking his tongue out far enough that the tip could touch
the end of his nose. He said, A man's not a man till he knows first
hand, the flavor of a lady's pussy."

"People do that?"

He winked. "Of course the taste of a hard cock ain't to be sneezed at
neither. Now you answer me, yes or no. Does a man's cock taste salty or
not?"

"I never ..."

"Well, old Ike's willing to let you find out."

"No way."

"Just teasing," said Ike. "But don't give me no sass or I'll show you my
ass." He winked. "Might show it to you anyway, if you was to ask."

"Why would I do that?"

"Curiosity, maybe. I'm guessing you never had a good piece of man ass."

"I'm no queer."

"Now don't be getting judgmental. Enjoying what's at hand ain't being
queer. It's taking pleasure where you find it with anybody willing." Ike
slipped a hand into the side slit of his overalls and I could tell he
was fondling and straightening out his cock. "Now I admit I got me a
hole that satisfied a few guys."

I swallowed, hard.

Ike winked. "Care to be asshole buddies?"

9 Name: Let's get thousand by "Yes, I know it's Japanese" : 1993-09-4823 15:29

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "kopipe" is still better than "copypasta", which just makes me think of fat ugly Italians.

10 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 15:44

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "sushi" is still better than "lasagne", which just makes me think of fat ugly Italians.

11 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 15:50

I like copy/pasta.

12 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 15:54

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "oppai" is still better than "boobs", which just makes me think of fat ugly american chicks.

13 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 15:54

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "oyasuminasai~!" is still better than "ciao", which just makes me think of fat ugly Italians.

14 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 15:57

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "neko" is still better than "cat", which just makes me think of fat ugly unix geeks.

15 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 16:22

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "lolicon" is still better than "pedophilia", which just makes me think of old creepy guys.

16 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 19:52

Ceci n'est pas un kopipe.

17 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 20:03

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "kopipe" is still better than "copypasta", which just makes me think of fat ugly Italians.

18 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 20:06

Usage: cat [OPTION] [FILE]...
Concatenate FILE(s), or standard input, to standard output.

-A, --show-all equivalent to -vET
-b, --number-nonblank number nonblank output lines
-e equivalent to -vE
-E, --show-ends display $ at end of each line
-n, --number number all output lines
-s, --squeeze-blank never more than one single blank line
-t equivalent to -vT
-T, --show-tabs display TAB characters as ^I
-u (ignored)
-v, --show-nonprinting use ^ and M- notation, except for LFD and TAB

  --help     display this help and exit
--version output version information and exit

With no FILE, or when FILE is -, read standard input.

Examples:
cat f - g Output f's contents, then standard input, then g's contents.
cat Copy standard input to standard output.

Report bugs to <bug-coreutils@gnu.org>.

19 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 21:31

Ja, Jag vet att det &auml;r Japanska, och ja, jag vet, vi f&ouml;rs&ouml;ker att komma ifr&aring;n v&aring;ra weeaboo r&ouml;tter, men "Kopipe" &auml;r fortfarande b&auml;ttre &auml;n "copypasta", som bara f&aring;r mig att t&auml;nka p&aring; tjocka fula italienare.

20 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 21:51

It is, I that am Japanese, it is, it knows that I have known, we try the fact that we obtain from the root of weeaboo, but as for "kopipe" me you think concerning the Italian person where the fair making fat quality is scurvy, "copypasta" still it is better.

21 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4823 22:10

Ja, ich weiss das es Japanisch ist und ja, ich weiss das wir versuchen, uns von unseren Weaboo-Wurzeln zu lösen, aber "Kopipe" ist immer noch besser als "Copypasta", was mich nur an hässliche dicke Italiener erinnert.

22 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4824 20:44

It's lamentable that in a kopipe thread the board would display such poor umlaut handling as evident in >>19.

23 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4824 22:10

Yes, I know it's HTML, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our W3C roots, but "&auml;" is still better than "ä", which just makes me think of fat ugly Germans.

24 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4824 22:13

Sì, so che è giapponese e sì, so, stiamo provando ad ottenere via dalle nostre radici di weeaboo, ma "il kopipe" è ancora migliore "del copypasta", che le marche giuste me pensano agli italiani ugly grassi.

25 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4824 23:17

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26 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 01:06

CAT(1)                     OpenBSD Reference Manual                     CAT(1)

NAME
cat - concatenate and print files

SYNOPSIS
cat [-benstuv] [file ...]

DESCRIPTION
The cat utility reads files sequentially, writing them to the standard
output. The file operands are processed in command-line order. If file
is a single dash (`-') or absent, cat reads from the standard input.

The options are as follows:

-b Implies the -n option but doesn't count blank lines.

-e Implies the -v option and also prints a dollar sign (`$') at the
end of each line.

-n Number the output lines, starting at 1.

-s Squeeze multiple adjacent empty lines, causing the output to be
single spaced.

-t Implies the -v option and also prints tab characters as `^I'.

-u The output is guaranteed to be unbuffered (see setbuf(3)).

-v Displays non-printing characters so they are visible. Control
characters print as `^X' for control-X, with the exception of the
tab and EOL characters, which are displayed normally. The tab
character, control-I, can be made visible via the -t option. The
DEL character (octal 0177) prints as `^?'. Non-ASCII characters
(with the high bit set) are printed as `M-' (for meta) followed
by the character for the low 7 bits.

The cat utility exits 0 on success or >0 if an error occurred.

EXAMPLES
Print the contents of file1 to the standard output:

$ cat file1

Sequentially print the contents of file1 and file2 to the file file3,
truncating file3 if it already exists. See the manual page for your
shell (e.g., sh(1)) for more information on redirection.

$ cat file1 file2 > file3

Print the contents of file1, print data it receives from the standard in-
put until it receives an EOF (`^D') character, print the contents of
file2, read and output contents of the standard input again, then finally
output the contents of file3. Note that if the standard input referred
to a file, the second dash on the command-line would have no effect,
since the entire contents of the file would have already been read and
printed by cat when it encountered the first `-' operand.

$ cat file1 - file2 - file3

SEE ALSO
head(1), less(1), more(1), pr(1), sh(1), tail(1), vis(1), setbuf(3)

Rob Pike, "UNIX Style, or cat -v Considered Harmful", USENIX Summer
Conference Proceedings, 1983.

STANDARDS
The cat utility is compliant with the IEEE Std 1003.2-1992 (``POSIX.2'')
specification.

The flags [-benstv] are extensions to the specification.

HISTORY
A cat utility appeared in Version 1 AT&T UNIX.

BUGS
Because of the shell language mechanism used to perform output redirec-
tion, the command cat file1 file2 > file1 will cause the original data in
file1 to be destroyed!

OpenBSD 3.9 May 2, 1995 2

27 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 02:13

(`$') at the end of each line.

(`-') or absent, cat reads from the standard input.

(`^D') character, print the contents of file2

( ß -ß) is this some sort of cult?

28 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 10:51

Kyllä, tiedän että se on japania, ja kyllä, tiedän että yritämme päästä eroon weeaboo-juuristamme, mutta "kopipe" on edelleen parempi kuin "copypasta", joka vain saa minut ajattelemaan lihavia, rumia italialaisia.

29 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 15:28

It is, it is Japanese, and, it will be, will go from the roots mortar of [uiabo], with g[kopipe]h immediately is first, as for g[koupipasuta]h the [hu] [tsu] and the [te] you think as the Italian person.

30 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 16:06

This thread has convinced me to say 'kopipe' from now on.

I was a weeaboo anyway, it's just a logical step.

31 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 17:08

>>30
don't visit 4chan so much.

32 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 17:14

Hello! I will continue to use copypasta. It's preferred by most professionals over kopipe.

33 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 21:18

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34 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 22:11

Yes, I know it's Japanese, and yes, I know, we're trying to get away from our weeaboo roots, but "iŒÍ ` j" is still better than ":)", which just makes me think of tiny eyed thin mouthed no-faces.

35 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 22:28

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36 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 22:33

>>28
SHUT YOUR DIRTY MOUTH.

37 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4825 23:40

>> ƒRƒs[ƒpƒXƒ^[‚Å‚·‚©‚ŸH

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38 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4826 16:08

copy pastry

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