cowboykhaleesi asked: "nt" in Greek is pronounced "d" so the transliteration doesn't work. Lepto was used with the drachma as well.
Oooh, that’s actually good to know! Thanks. It looks like Cyprus uses σεντ, but maybe they have different pronunciation rules for Greek (or maybe they just wanted it to transliterate to “cent” regardless of pronunciation).
Really the best part here is that at one point the eurozone was publicly worrying more about how to transliterate the name of their currency than they were about the massive current account imbalances and regulatory laxity-fueled real estate bubbles and structural deficits.
Usually I set my goals pretty unreasonably, so it’s rare that I actually kind of hit them. Possibly because I had a super chill long weekend? Now I just need to write coherent emails to send everything off to professors and I can go cuddle with my boyfriend. Domestication has basically set in, I guess.
okay yeah a straight cis guy wearing bright green nail polish with 62k notes just showed up on my dashboard
With everyone fawning over him for being so ~brave~ and ~quirky~ because oh my goodness what challenges he must have to face with his love of whimsy.
Unable to deal. Signing off for now.