Things have REALLY changed since Smile's music video for Butterfly...
It's a weird one. And likely culturally offensive in a few more ways.
I unironically have this stuck in my head a lot of the time.
Before my dormancy it wasn't an online joke, and just a part of toys!
But now it feels silly.
We are going to possibly(?) try another brand that looks much better for sensory processing/Autism, and I'll be sure to give my/our thoughts on them if we do!
At the end of the day, those are just MY thoughts and observations, but it should be taken into consideration if you're wanting a good product for sensory aid.
All negative reviews I've seen across the web say the same thing: they don't do anything at all, are sometimes without the advertised noise filter INSIDE them, and just look like a cute plastic ring in your ear to show off. Fashion over actual function.
I wanted to share since we're looking into plugs for our environment/being out in public and how Loops is possibly overhyped, and selling a product that is catering to Autistic folks in a sort of not-cool way. A faux aid that's overpriced!
Our sweet kitty gets fleas a lot (we give her meds routinely, we just live in an area with a lot of fleas). Which means I have to wipe her tush with a napkin to get rid of worms until we get her dewormer again.
She acts like I removed a limb or something! Did you like the worms there or something? /j
It might just be an autism thing and liking plain foods, but I should be allowed to enjoy it!
I had no clue Masto has so many apps and second hand programs you can use. Along with phones, there are a lot for a desktop. I think Whalebird is really cool looking so far. And as a system, having many accounts you can put onto one place is a lot easier on our memory. :>3 I hope the others will like this too.