Look, on Mastodon 50 boosts is pretty good numbers, okay? #mastodev
@Thomas personally I like to think it was sort of a BWOMP sound
It's my birthday can I get some reblurfs
@Thomas Mastodons Said Bonk
@witchfynder_finder That tracks
@Thomas shouldn't it be called Asstodon if its tooting though? I mean let's be honest xD
But I love it here I dont care what its called. As long as it's not called tweeting.
@skOsH please skOsH, this is a family account
@Thomas it’s called artistic license pal!!
@JohnBrownJr sounds like an excuse to me!
@Thomas Maybe one time we can clone a new one out of the stuff and have found. DNA replication and then, GO!
@tobi that sounds like an abomination!
A chest thumping growl.
@mintyfresh I can't click this link for fear of knowing the truth and ruining my joke
@Thomas Actually nobody *actually* knows the sound a mastodon makes, but the man in the article examined the bones of a mammoth and put forth an educated guess.
@mintyfresh wild speculation!
@Thomas Mild speculation.
@Thomas Mastodons sounded a lot like prog metal, developing a commercial sound during their reign of our planet, then turning slightly melancholic.
@Thomas And here I thought it was a self-deprecating reference to farty sounds.
I will have to review my feelings now.
Ashley, i would simply call that a fart!
a good ole fashioned fart, elephant size! 😂
@VikingWilli please, Willi this is a family account
on account ya ain't family? 🤣🤣🤣
@Thomas That embarrassing moment where you realise mastodon is an actual name and not an erm... Junk arrangement of alphabets 🤦
@Thomas I always thought elephants trumpet. Well, I may just fork mastodon's code and 'poop' instead of 'toot'. May be even call my new platform as babycat. Cats and babies poop all the time. Just saying.
@Thomas FIFTY, look at this Mastodon one-percenter over here
@Louisa to me this is a pittance
@Thomas I don't even have enough clout to be your nemesis
@Louisa I would argue you have more “available clout” than my “static clout” please don’t ask me to define these terms further
@Thomas He could have called it 'Pachyderm', but then people might think he was referring to a dinosaur or something...
@varkychen I recommended MAMMOTH because it also means something very big, but Eugen didn't take my advice
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