I wanted to let you know that I sometimes unfollow people if their content is too much for me to handle, in terms of energy or just emotional investement, and refollow if I can handle it again. I'm often on here when I'm really tired, and I never mean it personally.
I have also unfollowed people before for radical political views and/or drama surrounding them. But all these unfollows aren't related to your character, or my opinion of you, just how I handle content.
> dimension 24526
> zucc is caught being a bad boi
> you're eating your breakfast
>decide to check out some news on your phone and your health stats
>swipe right to have breakfast
>suddenly, a beeping sound comes out of your stomach
>you're feeling really unwell
>vomit out your food
> a million eyeball-like sensors peek out of the vomit
> they project something on the wall
I was taking a walk with my friend in the evening a year ago and saw a startled Japanese businessman going back and forth the street. So we decided to ask him if he's okay, and he told us he's just visiting Tallinn for the first time in 10 years and a lot has changed. He decided to join us for the walk, and we ended up sitting on a park bench for several hours, then my bf called, joined us, and the Japanese man ran to his hotel (it was nearby) to bring sake and sake cups. It was like an anime.
Btw, I mentioned financial independence because I thought my parents don't treat me as a sentient adult because of that. Instead, my mom constantly interrupts me and apologizes for me in front of other family members or strangers, mid-conversation. I've told her multiple times that if people initiate conversation with me, and I'm conversing with them, it means they want to talk to me. She can't believe I'm my own person. She believes I'm her property.
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