long list of fandoms
@holochromatic Severance is at the top of my list once some work trips wrap up.
Good news / bad news: there’s a new scientific method for making chocolate taste better, but it’s called “moist incubation.”
@dvewlsh Bet. Mine are 8 & 5. Once the oldest was born, I really invested in organization and honestly just the willpower to turn everything off work wise at night and on weekends. And yes I could definitely use those extra hours to work (own my own branding firm) but it just wouldn’t be worth the time trade off to me.
@dvewlsh Love this. I’ve engineered my whole business around this as a lifestyle and have yet to regret it.
@paxtonmj The Fargo creators are just so good at creates an atmosphere of complacency that surprises you when they drop you into incredible tension. I’d enjoy their take on pretty much anything.
Soooo maybe this is a n00b question, but how do I see the local or federated timeline in the app? (not that I wouldn’t appreciate a social network that’s “Oops! All @hanne”
@hanne haha! The Little Caesars Batman Crazy Calzoney is a great example. Veteran of the chicken sandwich wars. If I hear someone has a secret menu I’m all about it. Stuff stacked on other stuff.
Social media for me is an outlet where I don’t have to filter — something to toss out thoughts as they happen. Funny things are everywhere if you’re open to them.
@ElectricDryad lol my literal first post to read in Mastodon is learning they are called toots - that is the kind of weird deranged stuff that is a great welcome to the app. And I’m just seeing now I have to press “Toot!” to post 🤣
The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.