#361
Quit my kitchen job because I couldn't handle the stress rn and now I'm living that sweet neet life. Moving to a new apartment which is 850$ a month which means I have a couple months to find another job and even then rent will take half a month to work for

I hate this city but I can't leave it

I wish I could fuck up some Mercedes windows and get away with it
#362
$850 a month for a whole apartment sounds like a dream to me.
#363
I mean, it's a two bedroom and I have a roommate. It's 1650$ CAD a month plus utilities
#364
i interpreted it as for the whole thing, so never mind
#365
heat wwave. its fucking 36 degrees/ kill me
#366
that's a healthy temperature. good weather for moseying
#367
guess what time it is, time to drink. i think
#368
it's always 5pm in my liver
#369
#370
all of them
#371
#372

shriekingviolet posted:


#373

• i hear canada is too cold for street cats
• the weed thread is the most active thread in dytd
• how did i get a poison ivy rash the day before i went hiking last week
#374

ialdabaoth posted:

• how did i get a poison ivy rash the day before i went hiking last week


by magic

#375
im scientifically researching a hypothesis that varying levels of disrespect towards nature in a particular forested holler results in appropriately scaled levels of discomfort induced by the local flora and fauna
#376
this rash is an indication that premeditation of this experiment is itself considered an affront by the valley
#377
i surmised (correctly i believe) that the devil's backbone would be a good venue to begin this inquiry. i was attempting to correlate number of cool-looking chert stones taken from the creek with density of seed ticks on my legs per square inch. of course that was before the recognition of this confounding factor. i will continue collecting data regardless and i hope to expand the investigation to haunted hollow after i rediscover its true location in a dxm seance
#378
try explaining to the creek why you need to take the cool looking chert stones in the first place
#379
ooo not a bad idea. ill have to find some more woods with spooky folk names tho so as not to contaminate this dataset
#380
just dont forget that the folk names are spooky for a reason
#381

tears posted:

just dont forget that the folk names are spooky for a reason



settler-colonialism?

#382
LOCAL PERSON: This valley's name is Sunny Valley, but some people call it "A Lot of Deer" because every year w
WHITE MAN: (wearing rat on head) Death's Ripper Knife Gulch
#383
i'd love to learn the true names of things out here bcz it's all named stuff like Fred's River
#384
often though the oldest known name for places is like, Abornazine's River, and then it gets translated in a pamphlet by the local trail as "River of Keeper-of-Flames" but Abornazine means that in the same way that "Richard Carpenter" means "Brave-King He-Who-Builds-With-Wood" and Abornazine was just a guy from the 18th century who raised his kids near there because there was good fishing.
#385
every town in wisconsin has a foundation myth involving an american indian who doesn't speak english well
#386
my participation in bourgeois politics is inducing liver failure, at long last i glimpse the Gilded Palace Of Empty Bottles
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shriekingviolet posted:



if you want to view paradise, simply look around

and view it

#390
#391
udpate: still dunk
#392
kavanaugh confirmation is official, adding whiskey to my coffee
#393
kacanauguh confirmation official, adding coffe to my whiskey. got lots of postin to do
#394

shriekingviolet posted:

kavanaugh confirmation is official



was there any doubt that this would happen outside of social/media frenzy?

#395
no
#396
the completion of the event is just a checkpoint on the great DYTD journey
#397
i feel great, and im fucked up --- on the drink!
#398
Brian Kemp is a piece of shit.
#399
going to a wedding full of strangers tomorrow. i'll know my date and that's it lol

#400
there's a vince vaughn movie about having fun at those things when you don't know anybody. i think it's called swingers?