@007 gonna unfollow and refollow, brb
man: "not all men, for example i don't do that"
me: that's a bold claim, we're gonna have to investigate this. I'm gonna need detailed accounts of every social interaction you've ever ha---oh, nevermind, I'm already getting reports that contradict your assertion, from pretty much every woman you've ever talked to
@modernmodron me, when they ask me irl if this is my profile
0 6 * * * cd /home/mastodon/live && RAILS_ENV=production /home/mastodon/.rbenv/shims/bundle exec bin/tootctl media remove
you can also add `--days <NUMBER>` to the end to customize how many days back you want it to start removing media
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the doctor left me alone. am bored. did an selfie. weh
@lynnesbian swol bird and smol bird when
@MmeLibertine my info is a couple years out of date now, but last time I knew, she had a consultant/friend that helped her with the gaelic
she's a great follow, she tends to take a lot of *beautiful* pictures of the scottish countryside, and suffers no m̶e̶n̶fools in her mentions :)
plus her books are really fun reads
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#ff i don't have specific users listed here, but rather instances. If I thought I could keep up with it, i'd follow every single person on all these instances because they are all goddamn delightful
@MmeLibertine (plus she has gaelic in her books, so )
@MmeLibertine such a good thread, thanks for the link. she is one of the few people I miss after leaving twitter, her threads are always really interesting
@ella_kane (by the way, the manner in which we get "i have coffee" from "tha cofaidh agam" is a bit wild -- gaelic doesn't have the verb "to have" so it uses the prepositional pronoun "agam" - "at me". so it's literally "coffee is at me")
@MmeLibertine ugh, i didn't know who either of them were but after 5 minutes on her feed i can see that a) she's trash, and b) he deserves better
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