Food adjacent Show more

molly boosted
retweet to pet the kitty
     />  フ
     |  _  _ l
     /` ミ_xノ
     /      |
    /  ヽ   ノ
    │  | | |
 / ̄|   | | |
 | ( ̄ヽ__ヽ_)__)

Needlessly cryptic Show more

(Though to be fair, the person who said this was very happy that I'd provided them with a lump of steel to make their pans work with their induction cooker so they could make dinner.)

"Thank you good sir!", while polite, is not something I'm terribly happy to hear directed at me.

Otherwise known as "Rock, meet the Hard Place. You go over there, and I'll stand between you."

HRT, and trans people Show more

HRT, and cis people Show more

Oh okay, turns out I just needed "xinput set-button-map", not a full Xorg.conf. That's a relief.

It's the year 2019 and I'm having to write an Xorg.conf to make a laptop's touchpad behave correctly...

Hmph, I hope changing my name with my domain registrars isn't going to require jumping through too many hoops.

molly boosted

trans communities. Show more

I misspelled "demons" as "daemons". This definitely says something about me but I'm not sure I want to contemplate what exactly.

Today's challenge: determining whether "cheers, mate" is a judgement of your gender presentation or just someone saying thanks.

It would not surprise me if the backend for this site has some utterly terrifying method of checking whether an email address looks valid or not which includes checking the text after the last period in the string against a whitelist of expected extensions.

Either way, please note the table behind me, and its currently flipped state.


As far as I can tell, either the registration page doesn't like my email address because I tried to set it to ehiccard@<domain> (I have a wildcard recipient set up for the domain) and their system doesn't like the user part, or they don't like the fact that the domain part didn't have a """normal"""-looking extension like .com or .uk (and is instead a considerably younger gTLD).


I'm travelling outside of the UK in the next couple of months, so I've been advised to get an EHIC card, so if I break a leg it doesn't cost me the other one to pay for getting the first fixed.

So I go to the online portal, and attempt to create an account on the registration page...


Subtooting elsewhere Show more

As a corollary to this, a few nights ago a friend put my hair into pleats, and I had to put quite a bit of effort into not falling asleep. Very calming.

Coming out, positive Show more

Show more, your cosy queer space is a mastodon instance for those who are queer or queer-adjacent who would like a more pleasant social media experience.