I will get that.
i don't habeeb it
Ever since the deletion of /q/ the quality of posting on /a/ has declined significantly. The appeal of /a/ has always been it's unique board culture. It may be offensive to newcomers, and outsiders or those with little understanding of the board often regard "/a/nons" as elitist and acidic.
These uneducated newfriends, if they wish to stay here, either need to spend more time lurking /a/ so they can assimilate the habits of the board, or just fuck off back to /v/. The very culture of /a/ is being undermined.
4chan without /a/ is unthinkable. Don't allow the foundations of /a/ to be eroded further.
This pic again?
This should be entertaining.