how the hell does everyone type so many words all the damn time
@friskywhiskers posting from laptop
@LexYeen like y'all gotta have some alien ware or something to keep up with that blazing fast 500 wptpm (words per toot per minute)
@friskywhiskers nah just a beat up old thinkpad with nothin' else goin' for it but a wifi card and a web browser.
@LexYeen like wifi card as in one of those sick flat cards for that weird port old ass laptops had
@friskywhiskers nah an integrated one thank god, I have a bad history with protruding electronics.
@LexYeen if it's ok with u I'm going to keep imagining you pumping toots up to the fedi over this killer airplus xtreme g
@friskywhiskers oh you have no idea how much I wish I could say I was using the card slot on this lad for any purpose.
@LexYeen you could hide some cookies in there i bet a few fig Newtons would probably slide in real nice
@friskywhiskers growing up online and gameing gave me 100+ WPM depending on how tired i am
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