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Neo Blaze
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  • Had a good 28th birthday today! It was just spent with close family due to covid-regulations but it was really nice :)

    I thanked everyone who wished me a happy birthday individually but really, thanks again. It really does mean a lot :bulbaLove:
    So I know you're from the Netherlands (I think, I could be remembering wrong). If so, do you know the theme park in Kaatsheuvel called the Efteling? I've been two or three times.
    I was attacked by a cat today while delivering mail. I've heard of mailman-hating dogs, but not of cats acting like that. It scratched my index finger as soon as I put a letter through the mailslot :confused: It hurt and I started bleeding pretty heavily but thankfully I was able to finish my shift without staining any mail with blood (at least I hope so...). I should really start bringing bandages with me just in case.

    Also, I was literally almost blown away delivering mail today :ROFLMAO: Strongest winds I've encountered in some time. At least no rain was involved thank goodness!
    Awkward moment of the day: I was sorting mail on the street (currently employed as a mailman) when I suddenly heard someone say "Hello!", so I cheerfully said hello back, and when I looked up I realized it was someone walking their dog but greeting their neighbor and it wasn't meant for me at all :bulbaFacepalm: Oops haha...
    Torchic W. Pip
    Torchic W. Pip
    That's happened to me so much lol. The other day, I was saying hi to someone's dog in a cutesy "hello there~:bulbaLove:" voice, only for the guy walking the dog to say "hi", and I realized he probably thought I was talking to him...
    Neo Blaze
    Neo Blaze
    Yeah I've had this stuff before too. Once while sitting in the waiting room at the hair salon, I noticed someone who was getting a haircut waving in my direction, so without thinking about it I waved back... only to realize they were waving at a relative also sitting in the waiting room :confused: And the bad part is that I tend to randomly recall this stuff years later.

    But good to know I'm not the only one with awkward moments like that :LOL:
    I managed to get both Shiny doggos today and I love them :bulbaLove:
    Thanks to my friend @Darth Darkrai with helping me claim Zacian, since its code only works in Shield which I don't have
    Man, I think I've become addicted to the "The Kiffness" YouTube channel. For those who don't know, The Kiffness is a South African YouTuber who makes incredibly creative 2 to 3 minute songs from animal soundbites, the soundbites sometimes only being a few seconds long. But sometimes he also makes songs out of non-animal soundbites, such as the "One Pound Fish guy" from like 10 years ago, which has been stuck in my head all day.

    Just puts a smile on my face. Here's his latest song:

    So the Lego set I mentioned earlier this week that was on a bit of a delay finally arrived: it's the 6975 Alien Avenger (1997) from Lego's UFO theme. I always wanted to have this set because since childhood I've had a bit of an obsession with space (both real astronomy and science fiction) and the possibility of extraterrestrial life. I just think this set looks really awesome, and it also has some of the most detailed and interesting minifigures Lego has ever made.

    Now I already have my eye on 3 more old Lego sets with a space theme, but those will have to wait since I already bought too much for now :enzap: But hey at least my inner child is satisfied.
    I'm currently reading Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time (well, A Briefer History of Time technically) and while I've always had an idea of how unfathomably large the universe really is, this bit really puts it into perspective (I translated this from my native language so forgive me for any possible slight inaccuracies):

    Nowadays we know that the stars visible with the naked eye are only a very tiny fraction of the total number of stars. In the night sky we are able to witness about five thousand stars, which is only 0,0001% of all the stars in our own Milky Way galaxy. The Milky Way itself is only one of the more than one hundred billion galaxies we are able to observe with our modern telescopes. And every galaxy contains about one hundred billion stars on average. If one star was a grain of salt, all the stars visible with the naked eye would fit on a tea spoon, but all the stars in the observable universe together would be able to fill a sphere with a cross section of about 13km (roughly 8 miles).

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