So uh, since this instance died for a while, I migrated to https://queer.party/@Arteneko
so uh, I guess pas got me into drawing again https://www.aphrodite.dev/blog/4-drawing-training.html
bev, alc, tea, repost of shitpost from last year but with proper cw Show more
the drink we call "tea" is made by steeping plant matter into hot water; usually, but not always, using the leaves of camellia sinensis. it is often sweetened. when fermented, this drink is called kombucha.
beer is a beverage made by steeping plant matter, from humulus lupulus, in hot water, sweetened with a grain malt, and then allowing that beverage to ferment.
comparing these two processes, one can make the argument that beer is a form of kombucha, and therefore is a type of tea.
in this essay, i will
@monorail you are a cute!!
and i'm not just saying that because i want to steal some colds from you today...
although i do
@monorail counterpoint: you are not only cute, you are BIG cute.
small glaceon is cute
you are much bigger than regular small glaceon
therefore you have more cute
i've done the math. it checks out
fathers day, opinionated Show more
for fathers day today, how about we, as well as congratulate the fathers and parental figures who enjoy being considered masculine, let's say nice things to those we think would make excellent fathers, or those that we are proud of, in a manner akin to a parent
maybe, just maybe, fathers day can also be for those who lack fathers, and who would otherwise feel left out, sad, or abandoned, in these days
You can stack any two sandwiches, one on top of the other, to form a sandwich.
You can multiply a sandwich by a scalar by proportioning each of its ingredients by the scalar factor. This always forms a sandwich.
A sandwich is equal to another sandwich if they include the same amounts of each of their ingredients. Order of ingredients is ignored.
french back-end developer and kinkster, neo fan.
Profile pic from the awesome Pas, https://www.pixiv.net/en/users/2643243
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