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Tweets for 2018-05-14

  • RT @WelshGasDoc: It’s amazing how many people see being blocked as an admission of defeat, or cowardice, on the part of the blocker.

    9 tim… ->

  • RT @jens2go: So, hands up: Who does remember the sound of a mechanical typewriter? A calculating machine? Library stamp?

    Just learned abou… ->

  • @HSouthwellFE WAIT WHAT the electric vroom vrooms actually go WHRRRRRRRRR not vroom omg in reply to HSouthwellFE ->

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Tweets for 2018-05-13

  • RT @rhodri: I will be haunted for a week or more by the image of that Swedish guy turning to the right and smiling at me. #eurovision ->
  • RT @IoriKusano: "Japan-inspired" almost always means "my setting has samurai and/or geisha," it's never "someone asked me, in 2018, to FAX… ->
  • RT @awfully_good: A note to everyone confused by why Netta said “next year in Jerusalem” when she won: it’s a phrase that normally ends th… ->
  • Been on holiday for a week, then went out to a concert yesterday and supposed to go to a gig tonight but now I am le tired ->
  • Not sure why past me didn't take tomorrow off as well. in reply to herdivineshadow ->

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Tweets for 2018-05-13

  • RT @rhodri: I will be haunted for a week or more by the image of that Swedish guy turning to the right and smiling at me. #eurovision ->
  • RT @IoriKusano: "Japan-inspired" almost always means "my setting has samurai and/or geisha," it's never "someone asked me, in 2018, to FAX… ->
  • RT @awfully_good: A note to everyone confused by why Netta said “next year in Jerusalem” when she won: it’s a phrase that normally ends th… ->
  • Been on holiday for a week, then went out to a concert yesterday and supposed to go to a gig tonight but now I am le tired ->
  • Not sure why past me didn't take tomorrow off as well. in reply to herdivineshadow ->

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On the train

On Saturday, I got on the Northern Line to return home from hearing the Space Spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall (which was great). Anyway, I spot an empty seat between some dude and some lady, whose bag is on the seat.

I stand in front of the seat. The lady moves her bag and I sit.

Now back to the dude, who had been sitting knees akimbo and is now sitting with legs significantly less akimbo. The dude looks at my leg, right next to his leg. The dude looks at my arm, right next to his arm.

The dude turns to his friend on the other side and comments to him about the inexplicable closeness of our limbs, deeply surprised that yes, yes I am right up in his personal space and yeah, my elbow is now on the armrest, where his once was and is not moving no matter how incredulously he peers at it.

Turns out this dude has seriously underestimated exactly how fat I am and how unconcerned I am about personal space on a mode of transport where traditionally the passengers are packed on like sardines. LOL

So the lesson is, when you spot someone who clearly likes a few pies and can generally be described as “sturdy”, you should expect them to take up a whole seat.

Mirrored from half girl, half robot.

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On the train

On Saturday, I got on the Northern Line to return home from hearing the Space Spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall (which was great). Anyway, I spot an empty seat between some dude and some lady, whose bag is on the seat.

I stand in front of the seat. The lady moves her bag and I sit.

Now back to the dude, who had been sitting knees akimbo and is now sitting with legs significantly less akimbo. The dude looks at my leg, right next to his leg. The dude looks at my arm, right next to his arm.

The dude turns to his friend on the other side and comments to him about the inexplicable closeness of our limbs, deeply surprised that yes, yes I am right up in his personal space and yeah, my elbow is now on the armrest, where his once was and is not moving no matter how incredulously he peers at it.

Turns out this dude has seriously underestimated exactly how fat I am and how unconcerned I am about personal space on a mode of transport where traditionally the passengers are packed on like sardines. LOL

So the lesson is, when you spot someone who clearly likes a few pies and can generally be described as “sturdy”, you should expect them to take up a whole seat.

Mirrored from half girl, half robot.

Link to the original site

On the train

On Saturday, I got on the Northern Line to return home from hearing the Space Spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall (which was great). Anyway, I spot an empty seat between some dude and some lady, whose bag is on the seat.

I stand in front of the seat. The lady moves her bag and I sit.

Now back to the dude, who had been sitting knees akimbo and is now sitting with legs significantly less akimbo. The dude looks at my leg, right next to his leg. The dude looks at my arm, right next to his arm.

The dude turns to his friend on the other side and comments to him about the inexplicable closeness of our limbs, deeply surprised that yes, yes I am right up in his personal space and yeah, my elbow is now on the armrest, where his once was and is not moving no matter how incredulously he peers at it.

Turns out this dude has seriously underestimated exactly how fat I am and how unconcerned I am about personal space on a mode of transport where traditionally the passengers are packed on like sardines. LOL

So the lesson is, when you spot someone who clearly likes a few pies and can generally be described as “sturdy”, you should expect them to take up a whole seat.

Mirrored from half girl, half robot.

Link to the original site

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