Yay! #Mastodon 2.0 is finally here! 🐘🎆
Read all about the custom emojis, new changes and much more at: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/releases/tag/v2.0.0
the sky's gone red outside; hope I get raptured somewhere better than this
I think having my throat torn out by a polar bear would be a pretty good way to go
If you had to be killed by an animal, which one would it be and how?
Mae Martin's Dope show is good, catch it if you can
sorry infanticide, you've been beat
ironing is the worst thing in the world
I'm such a fuckin dope.
I spent about an hour trying to figure out why git and my deploy script were fucking up so bad when I updated my website; turns out I had another terminal website open which was still serving a local version for me to look at while I was making changes. Every time I tried to clean a directory, the other process was rebuilding it.
really love it when you're trying to find a breakdown of ethnicities in major U.K. cities but your searches return Express headlines about White Britons being in a minority
Anyway, I'm going to the cinema. Biscourse on dudes
I swear we've done Saturday night mastodon biscuit discourse more than once before
(also hobnobs are the king of biscuits don't @ me)
I hope I didn't already miss the week where the weather's just right to wear a t-shirt and scarf, no jumper
His Dark Materials, earnest Show more
On the whole I'm not a fan of indulging in nostalgia for childhood—my pleasant memories of reading Harry Potter have been mostly soured by adult millennials refusal to let it go, talking about anything & everything in terms of it—BUT:
Phillip Pulman's new His Dark Materials book is out next week. The Amber Spyglass was the first thing I read that ever made me cry, aged 13. I'm sorely tempted to drop everything else and binge-read them again this weekend.