Drifting in and out of consciousness (oxfordhacker) wrote,
Drifting in and out of consciousness

My tweets

  • Sun, 16:07: RT @annehelen: This piece began with me trying to figure out why I had "errand paralysis" and ballooned into this much bigger thing. I was…
  • Sun, 22:54: RT @tubelite: I have skin in the game, you have sunk cost fallacy, he has Stockholm syndrome
  • Sun, 23:00: RT @MrMattThomas: The ‘back’ in horseback riding is probably unnecessary
  • Sun, 23:02: RT @_elvishpresley_: wife: I wish you'd stop bringing your work home with you Dr Frankenstein: he has a name wife: DOES HE
  • Sun, 23:04: RT @LlamaInaTux: Her: I wish you'd stop bringing your work home with you Solomon: *setting down half a baby*
  • Sun, 23:07: RT @placenamejoke: “I’ve just put up this notice to indicate that this area of the farm is related to pigs” “Porcine?” “Everyone’s a critic…
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    Fri, 21:33: RT @ brian_bilston: "Sometimes the power of a homophone can come out of nowhere and hit you like a truck," articulated Laurie.…

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    Thu, 16:37: RT @ fro_vo: brb: be right back my brain: ᵇᵒʳᵇ https://t.co/MuASmSBnN9 Thu, 16:38: RT @ realaccountyeah: plato clutching his…

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    Wed, 13:53: RT @ Pecnut: Jack Reacher books use the phrase “That’s for damn sure” on average 5.64 times per novel. @ LeeChildReacher 💀📚…

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