This past weekend, my friend Dee and I took a 12-hour bus ride from Boston to DC. If you’ve never taken a 12-hour bus ride, here’s my best advice about it: don’t. It’s a little like being held hostage: you’re trapped in a small space, there’s a smelly toilet in your cell, and you never … Continue reading All the “All The Feels” Moments from the DC Women’s March
Dear Chickpeas, Who wronged you as a child? What happened that made your insides turn to chalk? Why are you so much more palatable in hummus form? Based on a recent google search I did for “chickpeas are gross” to see if there’s a whole underground swelling of chickpea haters (sorry, chickpeas), I stumbled upon … Continue reading Dear Chickpeas
I already had some things in mind when I went to write this. Then I googled, “Things you should know how to…”, and discovered so many more inadequacies. Thanks, interwebs! Did you know that there are quite a few lists of the 25 Things Everyone Should Know How To Do by 25? And did you know that there are … Continue reading Basic Life Skills I Lack
Dear Parent Trap (the Lindsay Lohan version, not that that’s important), Let me get this straight: the basic plot of this movie is that identical twin sisters meet at summer camp and trade places, so that each can meet their previously unknown biological parent and scheme to get them back together. WHAT. So these two … Continue reading Dear Parent Trap
Dear O The Oprah Magazine Cover Girl Oprah, I don’t know if you remember this — in fact, I’m almost positive you don’t — but I was on your show once. Well, not in person, but a photo of me was. Even better, it was my fat photo, and my face was blurred out. It … Continue reading Dear O The Oprah Magazine Cover Girl Oprah
Obviously, I could write a doozy of a list about ways that 2016 sucked. But I’m too sad about Bowie and Prince, and too mad about the witless f*cking cocksplat to talk about them any more. This year, I attended a Life is Good Children’s Foundation event called Art of Optimism. It was, as the name … Continue reading Ten Ways 2016 Didn’t Suck
We’ll do the feats of strength later, but now let’s begin the airing of grievances! I’m tired of the overall shitty driving in Boston, but particularly, people who feel the need to drive into the opposite lane when they make a left turn. It’s not cool that I can’t drive up to the line at a light … Continue reading Happy Festivus!