I am a being composed entirely of good advice and bad examples.
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I think it is normal to be friends with people similar to your previous friends. People have a type in partners and friends and jobs and everything.
Anyway the point is that I had almost no friends as a young man, but got Along great with my parents. My dad at least.
My friends now, some of my best, are pretty much a weird hybrid of parents and usual friends. Kind of closer to my parent’s age but hippie dips I can be super intoxicated with.
I keep thinking about it. Weird, but I like them a lot.
Baked some pumpkin seeds!
Little salty nuggets of crunch, 10/10 would recommend.
I woke up this morning with an arm so asleep I was hindered from consciously controlling its movement.
It seemed like the limb was rotated 90* degrees from what it really was, and no matter how I tried to move it, it would not go where I was aiming for.
A great way to wake up.
anime trope episodes: the beach episode, the festival episode, the episode where someone doesn't know how to cook
western cartoon trope episodes: the episode where someone has several copies of themselves made, the episode where inanimate objects come to life, the episode that is a homage to a movie from the 1950s, the episode where someone is shrunk down to microscopic levels and placed inside the body of another person
It just occurred to me literally yesterday that I am bad at feelings.
My own feelings. Other people’s feelings. Having them. Naming them. Mildly Alexithymia-ish. I saw someone use that word ages ago in a headcanon thing, and I do distinctly recall looking it up and thinking “That is dumb. Everyone has feelings it is literally impossible to not have chemicals affect your brain in feelings ways.” Which is still a little true, I think, but also I did not realize that most people seem to feel emotions stronger than “miffed” and “well” on a pretty regular basis.
I am certainly not numb or anything. I figured I was right on the medium part of the emotionless-to-emotional scale.
But yeah, I am fairly certain now that I am more towards the less feeling part of that.
Not a big deal or anything, but a strange thing to just have noticed at 20 and a half.