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Hey there! I'm Jojo, also known as Scratch, 32, they/them, from Germany. Currently I'm mainly a university student, but to finance that kind of lifestyle (haha) I also work as a UX designer.
In my free time I'm a coder too, but also a crafter, socialist, feminist and a fucking nerd.
Hit me up if you're interested in video games, rpgs (any but the sexy kind), scifi, urban fantasy/magic/mythology, the redistribution of wealth and being queer as fuck.

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trans women are so fucking beautiful thanks for coming to my ted talk

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I have no spoons for anything but doing a violence on a CEO.

I have boundless energy when it comes to that.

Memes on mastodon have a lifespan of 20 minutes so every time you look at the federated timeline you just get hit by sentences like "my spinal fluid tastes like sweage" and you just gotta accept that that's what is happening in your life

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Oh man, i love backing cookies but the bending over for putting them in the oven and getting them out hurts my back so much

Preheat oven to 180°C top/bottom heat (160°C fan-assisted). Form cookie dough into small crescents (see pic for size) and bake for approx. 15 minutes (more or less, take out when they start to brown).

Let cool for 2-3 min, sieve prepared sugar mix over cookies and roll them around in it, let cool for another 2-3 minutes so you don't burn your mouth haha, and enjoy! :cookieqt:

Preparing dough:
Put flour, butter, sugar, and 2 packages of vanilla sugar in a bowl and mix well. Wrap it in plastic wrap and put it in the fridge for approx. an hour (30 minutes are enough, but i find it easier to work with that way).

Mix remaining 2 pckgs. vanilla sugar with icing sugar, put aside

Recipe for "Vanillekipferl" (vanilla-flavoured crescent cookies):

250g flour (~8.8oz)
210g butter (~7.4oz)
80g sugar (~2.8oz)
4 pckgs. vanilla sugar (32g total, ~1.1oz)
icing sugar (you decide yourself how much you need, i've used way too much (250g), enough for >20 trays haha)

Approx. time: 20 min preparing dough, ~1 hour in the fridge, 20 minutes per tray, approx. 4 trays (depends on how big you make your cookies)

Difficulty: easy (first type of cookies i ever baked myself)

Dough is ready for the fridge, we'll return in an hour

This is what the end result is supposed to look like btw, wish me luck haha

After im done with the dough I'll do a writeup of the ingredients if anyone wants to make some too

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