Thanks to David, who bought the handwarmers. I did legit need these needles, as I’ve got some important socks to knit (truth!), but mainly the joy of this purchase is the improvement of my diet. I’ve known for a while that my eating habits were a bit bad, and I was in denial. Now I know two things. One, care of Adam: 50% wholegrain, a pulse and something green. Two, this book is really good. It contains rules that I’ve never taken seriously, such as “buy smaller plates and glasses.”
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Dallas has just been sent some handwarmers made in the asexual pride flag colours, and it wasn’t until I’d finished making them that I discovered they matched my laptop. I know, I can tell you’re excited.
Anyway! You should visit Dallas’ website, Asexual Sexologist. She says, “I’m hoping to use this site to bring a little bit of sanity on the subject of asexuality to the world of sexology and also to bring what I’ve learned from the field of sexology to those in the asexual community (and anyone else who’s interested).” Interesting, no?
Laptop skin is called Growth by Lawrence Yang.
I am so tired and ill, and I have to travel tomorrow morning and I haven’t packed and it’s past midnight, so forgive me if this seems a little rushed. This is what the amazing Mattie made me on the back of an envelope to help me work out my sexuality this week, and I thought that since it helped me so much it could do you some good, too.
ETA: Oh, holy mother of Lady Gaga, I am reading this stuff through and it’s all so confusing. When I am home and ill, I am going to vastly improve this, okay?
Download from Scribd.com and print scaled to an A4 page:
Fr srs. Any confusion over sexual identity, this magical device will clear it all up.
I can’t think how to describe how to use it! You do it in pairs. (Hurrrr.) One person holds it on their thumbs and index fingers, and asks the confused individual to pick a number. The “fortune teller” moves the device in a chompy sort of way, or a bit like itsy-bitsy spider, for that many numbers. The confused individual then picks a shape, and the fortune teller does more of the chomping for spelling the shape. Then the confused individual picks a different shape, and whatever is under that shape is the Answer.
I am reading this through and being thoroughly confused. I am going to make a YouTube video when I get home, because what the actual.
This isn’t really a comic, I know. But it is fun, and also useful. So that’s okay then.
The idea is, you print it out. Then you write your letter on the blank side, and follow the folding instructions. The genius touch is that the origami is sealed with the stamp. Your letter becomes an envelope.
EDIT: Apparently Scribd are charging some people, so here is a direct download.