you know, one thing that's so weird to explain to people about being poor is how amazing it is to just have a thing that works. see, when you're poor, if something breaks it's not like you can afford to have it fixed or, god forbid, actually go and buy a new one. you just make do, and make do, and make do, until literally it becomes impossible to use any more and you're forced to buy a new one. you just get in this mindset of making do, of why this doesn't work properly, why you have to jigger the handle of that to get it to work in the right way, oh yeah sorry about that you have to turn it off and on 3 times before it works.
whenever I go to my rich ass fuckface family in Cornwall it's like... everything just works. they have money, and when shit breaks they simply just replace it, which is just such an insane idea to me
Good evening tooters.
Today I felt the very first fleeting apricity of the year. It's a very old word, that's fallen out of favour, but it describes one of my very favourite sensations and I think it should be revived.
I'm so happy that it was (is) still showing in, like, this ONE cinema here in Berlin because otherwise there's robably no way I could have seen it on the big screen and now I know just how much I'd missed. This movie is pure, visual joy.
This movie was so much my thing that I'm strongly tempted to go see it again tomorrow.
From the aesthetic to the use of 3D to the balance of humor and emotion it just worked SO WELL!
So, nachdem mein Handy gesponnen hat, hier nun zwei Stunden später meine erste Reaktion nach #IntoTheSpiderverse:
Nerdy, lefty, feminist. Botsmith. He/Him. Queer.
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