I live in Chicago, so I had many Feelings about that article, but the weirdest thing about it to me was not that the author hates Chicago, but that she is so ANGRY that some people have the gall to think it's great. It sort of negated any valid points she made about Chicago's problems.
@queenofbithynia What about a little blazer from H&M (or Topshop or somewhere else on the cheap side)? The cost of a blazer from H&M + tailoring would be much less than J. Crew. Also, a lot of them have 3/4 length sleeves right now, so you might not even need to get it tailored. (But I agree with @rallisaurus, cardigans are pretty amazing.)
@vunder I think this is related to the phenomenon I've noticed in which many men profess not to like girls who wear makeup, without realizing that ALL the girls they like wear makeup - the just wear it well (and not a ton of it).
@martinipie I suppose several of the charts also reflect the ages of the actors' real-life love interests (cough, Brad Pitt). But that's sort of a chicken and egg thing.
Vulture's analysis seems premised on the assumption that leading men get to cast their co-stars. (By which I mean, that these casting choices show us something about the character of the actor himself.) Is that true? Maybe it's more true than I think.
Wine only turns into alcohol if you let it sit. Also, vodka goes bad once it's opened.
@Cat named Virtute Where'd You Go, Bernadette is GREAT and hilarious. It was my favorite book of the last year or more.
@Jinxie Oh my god what a DICK!! I'm so sorry that happened to you.
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@iceberg I don't think it's weird. There are lots of things that are ok to do for pretend but not for real.