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Finger5: Somewhere in the south of England where web developers dare not tread for the fear of being upstaged, Geoff just imploded in a shower of binary digits and HTML code.
And pedantry i expect, when he says "actually i use..."
But you know what i mean, its a convoluted compliment.
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Aura: Is "Brenda Allen" someone I know incognito? 18 year old female with a black truck as profile pic doesn't seem like someone to add me to their list...
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RochelleRochelle: I have written things, and I know they are my words, but the style is not mine. Or my usual style. I have three different ones.
I don't think one is feminine, nor masculine, anymore. I've seen too many men's writing way more "prettier" than mine.
Aura: Fuck. There's like an inch of water on the office floor, one of the walls looks like something out of an horror movie, it's dripping from the light fixtures, and the storm shows no signs of letting up.
If I randomly drop off today, it's because the power went out.
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Aura: The office is not at my house, so it's all good there.
Aruba doesn't get tropical storms or hurricanes, they pass too far north to affect us. Things like tropical depressions and disturbances, which are way less organized and spread out over a larger area can create a bunch of trouble.
Mostly because we have an acrid climate. It's dry and hot. Roofs, regardless of the material they are made of, in our sun, with our heat and the lack of moister, will get brittle over time. When it does rain hard, and house that is older than a couple of years, will leak. Especially when the wind turns like it did today and comes in on the wrong side I'm not sure how that one works, but it never fails that it gets more wet inside when the wind turns. If we get rain with the wind at the correct side the roof hardly leaks because we had someone fill the cracks with tar late last year.
Our roads don't have storm drains. So when it does suddenly rains hard, they flood to the point you can't drive on them in some places. That never lasts more than a day or two tho.
i am hatstand:
I don't want to make light of this....
this looks sooo like a prompt....
"There's like an inch of water on the office floor, one of the walls looks like something out of an horror movie, it's dripping from the light fixtures..."
Aura: I'm not even 3 hours in, and it's already a real Monday. I mean, this Monday is in the running for the Most Mondayish Monday of 2020.
Aura: Medium Profiles got a blog-ish makeover. So of course I had to go and adjust how my blog-ish profile looks.
Aura: Don't you hate it when you're on a mission of your goddess and your crazy obsessive ex comes to violently fuck shit up?