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You always have that one follower who attacks your notifications in the middle of the night and goes through your blog, reblogging everything in sight.

And you’re just like:
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I am among those random citizens.

There are tumblr s that I don’t “follow” but I go check at random and read. It’s my way of sorting between that which I want to see daily and that which is for when I happen to be in the mood.

I also work atypical hours.

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This is from “The arise of Ransom City” that I am reading. 
I haven’t finished with it so I’m not sure how I feel about it on a whole, but I will say one thing. 
It has a unique narrative style I rather enjoy.

This is from “The arise of Ransom City” that I am reading.
I haven’t finished with it so I’m not sure how I feel about it on a whole, but I will say one thing.
It has a unique narrative style I rather enjoy.

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I went to the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit a while ago. Quite a while ago. I took lots of pictures but I’ve always been slow about doing things with pictures.

these remind me of plants in a dark swamp.

I went to the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit a while ago. Quite a while ago. I took lots of pictures but I’ve always been slow about doing things with pictures.

these remind me of plants in a dark swamp.

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I went to the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit a while ago. Quite a while ago. I took lots of pictures but I’ve always been slow about doing things with pictures.
This was a chandelier.

I went to the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit a while ago. Quite a while ago. I took lots of pictures but I’ve always been slow about doing things with pictures.

This was a chandelier.

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People only blow their noses in movies or tv shows if being ill or having allergies is a plot point.

It’s like how they very rarely say “bye” or an equivalent at the end of a phone conversation in tv and movies.

I get why. Time, not necessary to the story, disruptive to the flow of the story, etc.

I wonder if the things that are done/not done on screen will effect how we do them in really.

How many other things like nose blowing and saying goodbye on the phone are there?