Inside of a card I got from the Ulitsa Sezam magazine staff in 2000 along with a large A4 puzzle, after winter holidays. 
Left: “Julia, thanks for your letters and wonderful drawings” [TK… something :] ]
[Handful of autographs]
"Julia! Develop your artistic and literature talents!" [Maria Barabash]
"Hi Julia! We’re with you!" [Oleg Kurguzov, editor-in-chief!]
*Zeliboba doodle; hearts added later by me =] * “Hi!” [Yuriy Gordon]
"With Zeliboba through life!" [Yet another undefinable autograph]
Two words. Confidence. Boost.

Inside of a card I got from the Ulitsa Sezam magazine staff in 2000 along with a large A4 puzzle, after winter holidays.

Left: “Julia, thanks for your letters and wonderful drawings” [TK… something :] ]

[Handful of autographs]

"Julia! Develop your artistic and literature talents!" [Maria Barabash]

"Hi Julia! We’re with you!" [Oleg Kurguzov, editor-in-chief!]

*Zeliboba doodle; hearts added later by me =] * “Hi!” [Yuriy Gordon]

"With Zeliboba through life!" [Yet another undefinable autograph]

Two words. Confidence. Boost.

Back in the end of ’90s, listening to songs played backwards inspired me to create Sesamese language… well, more like a handful of words and interjections the muppets would use alongside regular human ones, than an actual language with grammar and all - I’m still too lazy to get it all organized :]

[In Undertale,] the monsters aren’t obstacles, they’re not fodder for you to kill freely. A frog partway through the ruins is on the map screen, won’t attack you, and will tell you outright “please, human, talk to us and spare us, don’t hurt us”.

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(if only there were “triggerers” to directly tell me the same thing, would I ever lash out?  (⌣́_⌣̀) )