for me 'wanting' is like a sort of compulsion, like i slowly just find myself doing things i don't particularly enjoy because even though the fun reward is small it's fast and takes barely any effort
but the effortful stuff requires me to actually work for my fun
some addictive video games
reading bad webfiction
scrolling through twitter
engaging in culture war
cooking (for myself, i find it easy to cook for a group)
reading difficult/serious things
prepping for d&d
now i'm thinking about the difference between wanting to do something and enjoying doing something
please give me examples of things you either enjoy doing but don't want to do or things you want to do but don't enjoy doing
me immediately before cleaning the dishes: "god i hate cleaning the dishes so much ugh"
me while cleaning the dishes: "yeah this is fine, nothing really objectionable about this activity, kinda fun…
managed to get everything i needed though so its all good
for, reasons, i had to enter a new costco a bit over half an hour before it closed
Lots of people suffering from allergies and pollen right now. We should compile a thread of tips and tricks for dealing with the seasonal stuff - I'll start.
I've heard that eating local honey can help.
this includes the ones you hold most sacred
this includes the ones that protect those who you care about
this includes the ones that keep society functioning
It’s funny how Y2K is remembered as an overblown hoax and not as “for fucking once we saw a problem coming in advance, actually dedicated sufficient time and resources to solving it, and a crisis was averted before it happened.” Makes me wonder how people would think of Covid if we had handled it well.
finally, a good recipe site https://based.cooking/
gonna add some of my own eventually
me realizing that socializing on twitter dot com is but a pale simulation of the real thing, never actually satisfying the need for human connection
it's time to confront the truth, that the rapture happened in 1971 leaving us sinners behind https://wtfhappenedin1971.com/