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Squinky™ @squinky@cybre.space

Uuuuuugh I wish birbsite and bookface had content warnings.

...not that I trust people on those sites to use them, but still.

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Hey enthusiasts! In case you haven't yet checked out my new walking-when-depressed simulator: squinky.itch.io/yutbs cybre.space/media/rRUZ2liZmyer

Hey enthusiasts! In case you haven't yet checked out my new walking-when-depressed simulator: squinky.itch.io/yutbs cybre.space/media/rRUZ2liZmyer

How to be cool: keep liking the same stuff and it'll come back in style in a few years :gex:

YASSSS. I did it. I just turned in my last paper for the semester, and with that, if all goes well, I've finished all my PhD coursework!

Of course, the hard part's gonna come after...

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Like, we know we're doomed, let us enjoy our silly jokes and memes in peace.

I appreciate how Mastodon's culture (or at least, my experience of it) prioritizes self care over awareness-raising. I do, after all, prefer being around people who already possess at least a basic awareness of how terrible the world is right now.

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Friendly reminder to those in the Fediverse: Please tag your political posts out of respect for those who cannot handle one more thing, as is common courtesy on Mastodon.

We appreciate your fervor, however, leaving them untagged will do people more harm than they will cause action.

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Fun fact: they're called boyfriend jeans because they're made of boyfriend material.

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did you know that all noodles in the entire world are actually one extremely long noodle.

next time youre eating noodles check where theyre going. youll be amazed

Oh no, I've taken to referring to 50,000 words as "a nanowrimo", even in non-fiction-writing contexts.

Now, the question is, what do I call 1,667 words, i.e. the number of words you need to write daily to reach a nanowrimo? Would that be a picowrimo?

Hey, anyone wanna play my latest game and make sure it isn't broken before I unleash it upon the world?

Every so often, I'm reminded that the "oh, you touch my tra la la" song exists.