@Kaiyena yeah, there's a huge lack of wrestling on here, so i still have the birdsite for that haha
@Kaiyena of course! Switchblade Jay White in NJPW!
@Kaiyena thank you! That is one of the ones my professor suggested so that might be on the right track
there is nothing i enjoy more than paying for art from an artist and receiving it in the mail, thus allowing the artist to continue to create more of their art, which i adore.
people are so ungrateful towards #artists . I could never do anything that looks good worth a damn. it's impressively shocking to me that there are those who can, and that they make what I want to see, and I want them to be able to #create more and more of their #art for me to enjoy.
Colin Mochrie is very good
image 1: "Happy birthday to my lovely daughter. 28 years old and everything we've ever hoped for in a child."
image 2: "Thanks to the fans of this page for being supportive and human. To the trolls, my thoughts and prayers to your body for losing it's mind and soul so tragically."
Re-drafted to include captions to the image, I'm sorry for not doing that before.
@zoetropeexplosn @Stevarow the phrase "blood is thicker than water" actually is intended to mean the opposite of what everyone assumes, it means “the blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.” This actually means that blood shed in battle bonds soldiers more strongly than simple genetics. Stay strong!
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@rob_sheridan @MuseumMichael For me, personally, I tend to use birdsite as a mean vitriol machine, and to follow all the people I enjoy hearing from, but try to make more positive and/or emotionally impactful/personal (I guess) posts on Mast. I could never leave birdsite though. I’ve been there since 2007 and I’m completely addicted. And the always-on 24/7 content, which is why I can’t pick an instance other than mastodon.social bc of the fast timeline
Please don't demand content warnings from strangers. Content warnings are a sort of social contract between an author and their followers; if you are not happy with how someone chooses to use them, do not follow that person or outright mute them, or mute words.
One of the most alienating experiences on Mastodon I've observed is when someone posts about something they're passionate about or is part of their identity and the first response is "please cw that" from a complete stranger.
Invite-only Mastodon server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!