it's that time of month where I empty my bank accounts to give it all to some company which probably is laundering international money and spend the next thirty days worrying about my future
poor: I hid money in a piggy bank instead of declaring it as income
gov: that's tax evasion, you're going to jail
rich: I hid money in a bank across the ocean instead of declaring it as income
gov: you're a benefit to society, would you like a business subsidy?
my autocorrect has multiple lengths of hmm and that makes me irrationally happy
self-promo Show more
Something wasn't quiiiite right about the design I made, so I changed the color scheme and DANG these shirts look even better.
I also decided to open my own redbubble instead of piggybacking on my wife's.
My inner geek absolutely loves this.
keep feeling like I want to rerelease a novella on itch but am extremely conflicted because
(-) it's kind of old at this point and I think I'm a better writer now
(+) I did painstakingly craft an epub because features weren't available unless I did it manually and I'm proud of that
(-) tbh I'd make it a twine novella if I wrote it now
(+) I want to get more of my work out there
...I guess I'll go for it. might edit it a lot though
trauma / social relationships Show more
I really don't know how long it will take to get used to the idea that people aren't excluding me from things? It's just such shitty coincidence, adult life has so much less free time for socializing but the pattern is indistinguishable to my brain from 9+ years of intentional malicious exclusion by peers.
I guess reflecting on the societal pressures at play now does help though. Adulting is a lot of work.
a friend of mine dropped by to borrow something last night and I forgot that I was wearing a skirt. he made no comment about it and we had a brief very pleasant chitchat so uh
big success in my books
why is my cat in the empty bath tub at 3 am and other stories
Dungeons & Dragons is in the business of selling fantasy. Not the stuff with the magic and monsters -- the part where you *actually believe* that you and several other likeminded adults will be able to coordinate your schedules on a regular basis.
up on these beats
tired: gender binary
wired: building gender from source