@BestGirlGrace "You look like that really tall glaceon! ...That would have been funnier if I could remember her name, what's that fool's name?"
@monorail approx 70 ft tall!
if reference link is correct about 7 storeys and each storey being 10 feet (according to a quora I found on google, the internet search engine that anyone can query)
@deejvalen no, it just shook out that way
and it's actually 82'2" but i rounded down for the sake of not bogging down the sentence :P
@monorail @deejvalen Public buildings tend to have taller than average storeys, usually having aproximately 10 foot tall ceolings and then a two foot ceiling space between the ceiling of the floor below and the floor of the floor above, used for duct work and other infrastructure routing. 🙂
residential buildings tend to have 8 or 9 foot ceilings (most commonly 8) with 12-20 inch ceiling space (most commonly 18, at least here in the northeast)
that appears to be a public building rahter than a residential building so 7 storeys would be between 18 and 84 feet, give or take
@monorail is it bad my second thought was "wait for a real scale comparison.............
skyrim mod of holly m. glaceon when. i can't know how big you are until we see you punt alduin the world-eater across the map like a beach ball"
medical stuff mention
@monorail mmph - not terrific but getting by? sent a message to our endocrinologist talking about estradiol dose.
oh, but someone told us they liked our library game! that was rad
@monorail holly would you pick up a little ponie in your big big pawbs and give her a lovely snuggle, i keep forgetting
@packbat it's such a tiny detail that i don't think anyone would have consciously noticed if i hadn't pointed it out but it really helps sell "i'm not just close to the camera, i am actually very big"
@packbat hey i keep meaning to ask
if there are a bunch of you should i like. know your names
i'm more used to separating people in my head by name than "'packbat+emoji"
@monorail oh, point!
...I mean, our names are kind of actually the emojis? and/or PackDragon (not derg, please), PackFox, PackCat (not kit or kitten, please), and PackSnake (yes snek, if you like). We'll probably have to figure out what we're doing with klarnames at some point, too, but we haven't figured that out yet.
@monorail ("Klarname" is klar+Name is clear+name in German, and is usually translated as "real name" in English - but Packbat is as real a name of ours as any we've been called to our face, so "real name" as a phrase is pretty misleading. Whereas "clear name" is merely kinda random.)
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