Uk pol, ranty
Apparently people in this country will vote for anybody with a three word slogan regardless of how racist, misogynistic, homophobic and ableist they are. So that's fun, I guess.
Roll on five more years of the Tories gradually sucking the life out of everyone who isn't a millionaire while shrieking 'get Brexit done', hiding in a fucking fridge and blaming the most vulnerable people in society for all of life's problems.
And probably crashing out of the EU with no deal.
My granddad is 100 years old today. He got his birthday card from the queen and everything.
He's also got Irish dancers coming to the party because the people throwing it (the local supermarket he goes to lunch at frequently, he's kind of a local celebrity amongst the staff there) are convinced he was born in Ireland. He was not, but there we go.
A sports was happening.
I could tell, because my humans had gathered with not-my-humans, there was pizza, and... a dog.
And she insisted on being my friend.
I hissed and hid on top of the fridge, but nobody could hear me over the hoots and cheers. The dog wagged her tail and implored I play with her.
"Cat! Cat! Will it help if I Fetch your toys?" she offered.
By the end of the evening I had been brought every shoe but not a single toy.
miscarriage, family -, venting, sweary
So I will likely miss my granddad's centenary this weekend which I am gutted about because I am probably in the middle of a miscarriage which I am also gutted about.
My brother thinks this is an appropriate point at which to try and make me feel guilty for missing our granddad's hundredth birthday because 'he's not getting any younger' like I'm miscarrying at an inconvenient fucking time on fucking purpose ARGH.
I needed to shout about it.
Cat person. Also writer and collector of mental illnesses but I talk about those less because anxiety. It's mostly going to be cats.
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