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Allegedly Sweet Things Said to Me by Children

August 18, 2016
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(From a four year old preschooler, explaining why she needed to wear a “bra” (bathing suit top) under her shirt) “I need it so I can have big boobies like Miss Michelle.” (From a six…

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Cultural Inappropriation

July 22, 2016
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Cultural Inappropriation

Friends, I try. I live in a city known for its thriving arts scene, and I want to be the type of person who takes full advantage of the availability of theater, concerts, museums, et…

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Talking Dirty After Thirty

July 13, 2016
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Dating in your twenties is all about the excitement. Or about how good of a story you can get out of it. But by thirty, you really just want to be with someone who gets…

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Meeting Celebrities (And Other Things I Shouldn’t Do)

July 8, 2016
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Meeting Celebrities (And Other Things I Shouldn’t Do)

The year: 2013. The place: Pennsylvania Convention Center. The event: Comic-Con. Tens of thousands of sweaty nerds in varying degrees and aspects of geekdom, holed up in a massive, poorly ventilated hall, many of them…

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The Limitations of Friendship

July 6, 2016
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If you are awake of your own volition at 12:59 a.m., and with the understanding you are not hustling to make that money, it is advised that you find the nearest available bed, couch, or…

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