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My first release is almost sold out in little over a week

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I bought a whole stack of nice new clothes for myself, for the first time in years and years.

 

I feel you. Two times a year I go nuts on Asos and it feels so nice when I receive a stack of new clothes - which then starts to deteriorate after 2 weeks. Yay for cheap clothing!

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I almost dropped my last mayo slathered fry but I managed to catch it with my pants.

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Survived the 7.2 earthquake that hit about 2 hours ago in southcentral Alaska. Everyone I know is fine as well. Had only a minor mess to clean up at home, but we're still riding the aftershocks.

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My first release is almost sold out in little over a week

 

 

nice. congrats :)

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yepp squee, very good stuff :)

 

 

i found a satechi metal mouse pad at a thrift store for a couple bucks. it's lush

 

SATECHI_Aluminium_Mousepad_SPACEGRAY_7_7

Edited by yek

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Went to have döner kebap here in Azerbaijan. Kebap + Coca Cola was about 0.80€. And it was with cilantro and I fucking love cilantro.

 

Get in the bed cheap sexy kebaps.  :catbed:

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Are you sure that's not a second world success?

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Are you sure that's not a second world success?

 

Maybe a first world success in the second world to have basically endless supply of kebap.

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It sounds like a dream scenario tbh

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I sold out my graduate exhibition - made 3k and won 2.5k in art prizes :~)

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I sold out my graduate exhibition - made 3k and won 2.5k in art prizes :~)

:^)

 

u deserve that, love ur drawings

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Nice one - that's awesome - talented for sure

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I sold out my graduate exhibition - made 3k and won 2.5k in art prizes :~)

 

sik

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Google Maps should have an option when navigating on foot that it would not take you through areas where you're likely to get murdered. F.e. it's not particularly nice to realize after dark that it's taking you through a maze of dark alleys, with dilapidated semi-abandoned housing, no street lights and fucking bonfires burning on the streets.

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fuckin' gratz lewps


Google Maps should have an option when navigating on foot that it would not take you through areas where you're likely to get murdered. F.e. it's not particularly nice to realize after dark that it's taking you through a maze of dark alleys, with dilapidated semi-abandoned housing, no street lights and fucking bonfires burning on the streets.

 

Ha! It does this in London too

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Made chicken soup from scratch last night with the carcass of a rotisserie chicken I got cheap at the end of the day in Waitrose. Never made it before and was totally improvising, just wanted to make best use of the carcass I knew had been sitting in my fridge for a few days.

 

Eating it now for lunch at work and it's fucking bangin'

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thanks folksz

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fuckin' gratz lewps

Google Maps should have an option when navigating on foot that it would not take you through areas where you're likely to get murdered. F.e. it's not particularly nice to realize after dark that it's taking you through a maze of dark alleys, with dilapidated semi-abandoned housing, no street lights and fucking bonfires burning on the streets.

Ha! It does this in London too

Same here in America. I've also had it try to take me down two bridges that were out while driving. I mean, it was obvious by signage/construction on the roadways that the bridges were out, but I imagine occasionally that's not the case. 

 

SFWA: Spent my first night in a new place and slept relatively well somehow. Not great, but better than I expected, especially given that the apt above me seems to have been bouncing a basketball at 2AM? 

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I got played on BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix as last track of the set. Well chuffed.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0001fzy

Awesome!

 

I love that my job gives me access to unannounced projects and products. I love knowing about that kind of stuff.

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my sister is about to have babby for the first time and we're texting each other back and forth while she is in early induced labour (safe, babby carried to full term). kind of surreal having a conversation with her as she is bringing a new life into the world. I'm excited to meet my niece.

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my sister is about to have babby for the first time and we're texting each other back and forth while she is in early induced labour (safe, babby carried to full term). kind of surreal having a conversation with her as she is bringing a new life into the world. I'm excited to meet my niece.

It's fun being an uncle. All the fun without the responsibility of having your own.

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Manged to get my laptop repaired after spilling beer all over it rather than having to buy a new one!

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my sister is about to have babby for the first time and we're texting each other back and forth while she is in early induced labour (safe, babby carried to full term). kind of surreal having a conversation with her as she is bringing a new life into the world. I'm excited to meet my niece.

It's fun being an uncle. All the fun without the responsibility of having your own.

 

 

she's already arrived. I woke up this morning to find it's all over. surreal how quick it happened.

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