I think I've only watched one unboxing video of a guy unboxing a 3DS (so must've been 2010~2011ish) and his foot was conspicuously in the frame the whole time, and one of the comments was "You have an excellent foot, sir." One of the funniest fucking YT comments I've read. I can't find the video now though.
"The Man with the Excellent Foot: A Novel", Jaul Inmeigh Hart
I want to lick SSBU Zelda's feet
By the by, regarding spelling, since I don't use much of my text editor's provided spell checker I'd to decided to check out aspell and hunspell. Using my udr page, hunspell suggested 'more so' but unlike aspell, got confused on every contraction. They both have nice accessible interfaces.
I think I fixed the width issue. Now to work on my spelling errors. This will take some time.
spelling errors make the writing feel real and genuine, Godcock is just an autist
At least on a 1920x1080 screen, I can go through the text significantly with greater speed & ease. Don't take my word for it, though: experiment, if you've the time, or read about legibility and/or accessibility.
I've been meaning to say this, since you write a lot: you've lots of short, single screen texts that're too damn wide for legibility's sake. Possibly divide into two cols. See also ux.stackexchange.com/questions/26360/do-columns-of-text-hurt-readability-on-websites
Again, a recommendation, run a spellchecker: you have various Britsh spellings, concatenated words, and dropped letters. (I forget sometimes forget whole words..)
godcock, spellcheclers are cringe and so are u for recomending them
@Godcock Noted. Yeah my spelling is all over the place. I'm a rather messy typer, even though I have proper keyboard fingering down. It's even worse when I am on a laptop. In any case, you're right about my spelling and width of my website text. I'll try editing my .css file and try to make the width less wide. I had another user complain about that but now I know for sure.
It's spellt 'savvy', not 'savy'.
I'll correct it. Thanks for the input.
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