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If there’s one thing I hate more than coming up with titles for the things I write, it’s tagging them for AO3.
Remember when people used to share funny internet things via e-mail and bonsai cats were the topic of many heated e-mail arguments? Those were the days!
My birds, the fearsome foursome who usually make as much noise as they possibly can just because, hey, noise, fall dead silent every time I watch Benedict Cumberbatch interviews on YouTube.
This amuses me greatly.
I’m applying for a job in which my knowledge of stupid internet things might actually be an asset. And I get to mention Tumblr in my application.
It sounds almost too good to be true and I’m half expecting this to be a scam of the Red-Headed League variety.
(Also applying to work for the government. In a more “write things for the media” and less “Mycroft Holmes” sort of way. Don’t think I’ll be mentioning Tumblr in that application.)
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