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When you discover that someone's gender identity matches their assigned sex from birth, you're allowed (only once) to say "Just as I cis-pected!"

However, this right is subject to revocation, so please watch this space for further updates and clarifications.

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"Dear diary,
Day 43, I believe the Canadian Geese have accepted me as one of their own. We shid and graze on the local soccer field together daily."

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@Shadejackrabbit A toilet should always be a shrine, right?

@sconlan That's me and the Globe and Mail, except it's specific articles that are subscriber-access only (so I just ignore them and, yep, go back to masto).

NYT: You have reached your limit of free articles. Start your free trial now!

Me: *opens a different browser*

Sometimes I write a really great, long joke reply to a post and then realize that it's not actually clever or funny, so I delete it and just like and/or boost the person's comment, instead.

This is now a shitposting account. I will post pictures of my shit.

@rach Sounds like when Europeans "discovered" the Americas. It was always there, mate.

@GreenandBlack I believe the correct place to pin the photo is on the ceiling above your bed, right? That's what it's for?

Every Canadian is entitled to a free photo of the queen, because some people are unironic monarchists and wouldn't just hang it in the basement washroom that they are really bad about cleaning regularly as some kind of weird joke that no one would understand anyway.

@craig I've heard people say the show doesn't really explain some of the things very well (like the whole "sparks joy" bit, which is kind of key). Maybe they assume viewers are fans who already ready her book?

I sort of half watched an episode with my wife, but wasn't really giving it my full attention.