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BrownieKage wrote

I eat whatever food I feel like eating, no matter the time of the day. so I may be having rice and chickpeas for breakfast and pancakes for lunch. my only rule is that the general diet has to be varied

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leftous wrote

Not proofreading my comments before I post them. This usually means pretty much every post I make needs to be edited after the fact for spelling, grammar, or clarity.

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infinitesunrise wrote (edited )

I've been yelled at by trolls on Reddit before for 'trying to gaslight them' by editing my post for spelling and clarity. Them: "You know I can see the asterisk on your post that says you edited it, right? You're not fooling anybody" Me: "Oh cool I didn't even know that asterisk was a thing, thanks I guess?" Meanwhile I'm literally just correcting my grammar. Outed!

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selver wrote

I don't know if I'd say proud, but my drug habits have been working pretty well for me lately.

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GaldraChevaliere wrote

I have a super unpredictable sleep schedule and because of it I've learned to take advantage of the small hours to get things done I'd ordinarily put off.

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ziq wrote

Raiding cardboard recycling stacks to get biomass for planting trees over.

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nijntje wrote

...this sounds interesting... got a link or a guide to something like this? how does it work, do you need to compost the cardboard for a while first? is it feasible in an apartment setting?

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ziq wrote

Look up lasagne gardening. You don't need to compost them, but you do need to soak them first.

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GrimWillow wrote

Smokin pot! I feel extra smug about it every time I do.

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mafalda wrote

Only bad to my parents :( but idgaf

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GrimWillow wrote

Yea, I only see it as bad because:

  • Sometimes my habit entices me to buy when available, which probably ends up giving money to shitty people doing shitty things...
  • The carbon in my lungs
  • Too much tolerance forces me to spend more
  • Lots of people still dislike it, or think it's sketchy