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Hello to followers old and new, and to those who haven’t followed me yet 😉

It’s time I wrote an thread

First of all, je suis désolée que cette introduction ne soit pas en français

Secondly, tha mi duilich nach eil an ro-ràdh seo sa

Despite picking a francophone instance as my home, my French is very rusty and was never great anyway!

I speak much better , but will probably use neither often


I wonder if there’s a cultural element to the choice between ‘Don’t forget’, which feels friendly and natural to me, here in the UK, and ‘Remember’, which feels a bit too formal/stern

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This is an amazing tip by Dani Donovan both for ADHDers who might be tempted to interrupt someone before forgetting a thought 🙋‍♀️ and for anyone who has something to say while in ADHDer or other ND person is in full flow! 🤞

My daily meds reminder a few days ago received a comment about the wording

I’m not entirely convinced that I should change it, as the current wording feels more natural to me

So what wording would you find most helpful?

Another late-night

And again I have the royal treatment, with a carriage to myself! 😉

The passenger information system on this train has just run through its entire repertoire of recorded announcements! 😂

People to retain tickets for barriers

Certain tickets not valid

Train stopping here due to engineering work

Train running very late – claim a refund


I’m often asked* about the difference between a pandemic and a bidemic

The first affects everyone, regardless of gender

The second affects people of two or more genders

In practice, the two terms are often used interchangeably

*I’ve never been asked


Gemma Stone on the parallels between and , discussing the children’s author’s latest foray into anti- muck-spreading

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Eldritch Café

Une instance se voulant accueillante pour les personnes queers, féministes et anarchistes ainsi que pour leurs sympathisant·e·s. Nous sommes principalement francophones, mais vous êtes les bienvenu·e·s quelle que soit votre langue.

A welcoming instance for queer, feminist and anarchist people as well as their sympathizers. We are mainly French-speaking people, but you are welcome whatever your language might be.