I loved comic books, especially the funny ones, like Little Lulu, and man oh...– Steve Martin, Born Standing Up I read this book last month, and when I reached this quote I felt a lot better about my attitude re: credit. Steve’s doing okay, so maybe I will too.
In 2007, I was drinking coffee in Marco’s livingroom/dining room/office. He told...– Squashed
Just remembered that the only full sentence I learned how to say in Afrikaans after living in South Africa for six months was, “I am an Aries.” Great priorities. Beautiful, inquiring mind. Ek is ‘n ram. Can’t wait to pass it on to my grandchildren.
So aside from what was going on in Europe, Japan was getting really cocky and...– My sister has a test on WWII and asked me how Japan got involved. This was my summary. I smell an A.
This guy was leaning against the wall outside my laundromat this morning as I was walking to the train, and I was a couple paces behind another woman. To her he said, “Hello, gorgeous,” and to me he said, “Hello, peer!” I looked over my shoulder and said, “We’re all your peers!” Slowly but surely.
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Everyone please stop saying human being let’s move the vernacular forward it’s two words when you can easily be using one kiss 2009 goodbye let it float away on its pyre and fall over the edge of the temporal waterfall alongside being liz lemon and boys don’t like me and junk food fetishization and nail art and mason jars *becomes a bat and flies away*
I bet David Spade really misses Chris Farley.– a 50-something Midwestern tourist mom, to her 30-something Midwestern tourist daughter on the subway today, after a long silence
I was just lying in bed with my shower-wet hair wrapped in a towel trying to unpack why the ever-growing social media holiday blitz bums me out, when I stumbled onto a thought train that I felt okay about. Somewhere along the line my mom decided to be a mom. She chose me. I was in her, and she was probably fucking terrified. And she could’ve chosen for me not to be there, but she...
It starts with the eyes, she has to have those kind of eyes that can see through...– Vin Diesel just gave me my new LinkedIn bio
She began her business in 1977 in Palo Alto, California, and since it has grown...– I walked by a Mrs. Fields today and wondered if there was a real live woman behind the company, or if the name was just supposed to evoke some comfy food brand matriarch, like Aunt Jemima. So I got home and wiki-d. I’m not a financial planner, but I’m pretty sure she fucked up bigtime...
Your ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend are hosting a DJ night together at some...– Minor Tragedies on the Internet: A Yearly Diary | Maris Kreitzman for The Hairpin
Marnie Stern — Shea Stadium Heart’s...
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Hearing from Allie Brosh has become this sacred, important thing. I know on the one hand we all want her brain here with us all the time, because watching her see the world helps us feel seen too (in the specific way that’s only brought on by people who’re good with words), but I kind of like an annual post. I don’t like the reason for her slow pace, obviously, but there’s...
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The Breeders — Drivin on 9
Movie opens to up-tempo, guitar-strummy song and montage of protagonist packing a bag and departing on some kind of journey. They adjust a detail precisely and create mild sense of levity. They are particular. What is their suitcase like? Like their insides, dummy. First dialogue is jarring, like the hour and a half’s worth of events that are about to turn their worldview upside down (for...