as a kid seeing those infomercials for ways to store plastic food containers better: "hahaha this silly clip of someone opening a cupboard and containers falling out everywhere, that'd never happen, that's so silly"

as an adult: "this is a daily occurrence"

When people apologize for something, often their first instinct is to try to explain why they did what they did. I think this is one way to process your actions to determine specifically where and how you went wrong. That's good stuff to think about, but it doesn't make for a good apology. Keep those thoughts to yourself, or save it for a later conversation after you've sat on it a while. The core of a good apology is acknowledging that you made a mistake, and how you'll do better in the future.

@nilsding oh lovely! I also have a wasd code with cherry clears! I love it!

Sometimes I feel like I need to reexamine the way I spend my time

reminder that you, the person reading this, are incredibly valid

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