food • snacks • almost-a-recipe Show more
I made corn chips!
They're actually super easy, too. Just cornmeal (the same kind you'd use for polenta), a little salt, and enough water to get a gooey cookie dough consistency. Mix into a paste, take a few spoonfuls and flatten them, then just fry them till they're golden and crunchy. I seasoned mine with sea salt and hot chilli powder 🌶️
Because we all like snacks, and sometimes it's easier to pick up a bag of cornmeal than multiple bags of corn chips!
any time i boost your posts i want you to imagine me looking at my phone with a blank, humorless expression, scrolling through the timeline endlessly, until i come across your post, and the corners of my mouth twitch ever so slightly upwards for the briefest of moments as i tap the boost button and continue scrolling. that's usually not how it happens, but that's how i want you to imagine it.
Remote Writing Opportunity Show more
The folks I'm working with are looking for a new writer for romantic interactive fiction. If you're interested, comment here or DM me and I'll send details your way as soon as soon as I get my hands on them.
Those selected to take the writing test will be paid for their efforts, and if you get the job, we'll get to work together!
US economy shitpost Show more
Wall Street attempts to make the economy more relatable to the public so they gave it Depression
Books whispered to me.
I rarely opened them because it was like being inside a roar. The intensity overwhelmed me.
But I didn't mind the whispering; for me it was the same as folks who like the sound of rain on a pond or wool being combed.
As I was leaving the library I noticed a chillingly silent book on the floor. I nervously opened it to the first page; blank.
"Help," it gasped.
Her voice became the sweetest I knew.
pandemic • masks Show more
So an interesting little thing happened. I posted about the mask I'd made on Instagram, because I'm keeping a pandemic journal over there.
This morning I got a message from a follower of mine, who lives in Tanzania. They have a serious shortage of masks for frontline healthcare workers over there, and he was asking for more info on how I'd constructed my mask, so he could try and help out.
So obviously, I gave him all the info I could, and also passed on the link for diymask.site, which has a bunch of extra info too.
And this is exactly why I spend so much time sharing information on the internet. Every now and again, a little thing happens, which could potentially help some people I've never met. For me, that's one of the main reasons why the internet exists
Made me smile.
90% Cool people, 10% world domination. Be excellent to each other, with a hint of taking over the world.