is the comma thing just endemic to europe?
do people in asia use a comma or a period?
oh yeah, another thing: i use my phone in swedish. i can't use my american banking apps because americans use a period and every non-english speaking country i've lived in uses a comma.
so the numbers are just... wrong. not even close. like the app doesn't really know what to do
on the text boxes that don't understand the comma in "1,25", i have to reach over to the period on the keyboard in order to get the number i want
example: i go to a swedish university. i use unreal engine. unreal engine isn't available in swedish, but it understands the computer uses a swedish number format.
on the numpad, there's a comma instead of a decimal. some text boxes accept "1,25", while others do not.
tbh i'm basically mute, the only person i really talk to irl is icky (unless it's out of necessity)
i'm pretty reserved actually
holy shit guys we just got several apartment offers
WE GOT OFFERS!!!
i was gonna say idk if i like the spy who loved me or moonraker more but
the spy who loved me just drips with that 70s aesthetic and we love it for that
we might go back but i'm still an eu citizen (i'm german) with a swedish ssn
there are some things i miss about seattle (top pot and the link and round1)
but i'm kind of living the dream as a full-time artist and i'm finally going to college (to get my bachelor's in art for game development) and i have free healthcare