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Wotan appreciates all the birthday boosts!
I mean he's a cat so he doesn't know what mastodon is or what boosts are or what a birthday is or that any of you exist but he appreciates it! 🎂
Look at this lad, barely even alive and yet captured the entire fuckin mood of 2020 `
You don't always have to be super detailed in your captions. When you're captioning images (which you generally should), ask yourself what your intention is. If you're posting a picture of, I don't know, a cat because you're making a pun involving cats, it's totally sufficient to write "a cat" because anything else would distract from the point. But let's say you're showing your followers a specific cat that you befriended on your way home, in that case maybe describe it! Is it a tabby or a tuxedo? Longhair or shorthair? What colour are the cats eyes? Long whiskers? Just give it a minute. Captioning can be fun and it's good mindfulness practice because it makes you think about what you're looking at.
Can I play this song on the ukulele? Of fucking course I can
she/her, 30s, I'm not proud, or tired (but if anyone tries to teach me anything I will scream)
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