@abundy That list is pleasingly pillowy and all are welcome here.
@15313112@twitter I appreciate you standing up for self care -- I wonder if it isn't similar to trigger warnings, where they are useful for a specific group but then appropriated by a wider group that waters down and distorts the intended purpose.
On Wedding Town
What I don't understand is why a lifelong friend of a proud androgyne wanted her to dress up in this Girl Sunday costume and be uncomfortable on this important day. WEDDINGS, what are they.
@adorable-eggplant I don't know how to say more plainly that you aren't the boss of anything I say, and I carefully chose my uncivil words. It's my prerogative whether or not to be polite and considerate in a dialogue I think is disgusting. I'm not sorry I offended you with my language. I don't care what you're fine with.
I AM sorry a person in this commentariat chose to tell the author of this piece that nobody in the author's life has died so she doesn't deserve a voice, I guess; I'm also sorry the author of the piece responded to someone by saying, Who the fuck are you?
No, I don't think "friendly discourse" addresses that in the way I believe is right to do.
@adorable-eggplant Oh good, the feelings police are here. Thanks for reminding me what I should find sickening or not.
@Queen of Pickles They're sickeningly cruel and confrontational. This site has really gone to shit, both above and below the fold.
@Jackie G@twitter Oh, dear heart. Use a Q-tip for the one nail. Maybe try applying thinner coats, and if your polish is too gummy, try one of the thinning products people suggested. Polish should be about dry to the touch before you do another, and make sure you have enough polish on the brush that you're not dragging the first coat back up off of your nail. (Using gummy polish would not help with that either.)
Probably the answer is: Polish thinner.
There is a towel sponsor.
@shumacumlaude I think I'd just bear hug him like that pizza dude did.