@chrysopoeia Yeah, her twitter is so good. Last night I was telling my boyfriend about worries I have about a guy and he said "what would moscaddie say?"
My girlfriends and I constantly quote her tweets. I love that she is on the Hairpin!!!
jumping to comment one para in to say i am so obsessed with that full house scene and have been for my entire life
Fuck yes this author. Please lots more from her.
i love this
On Riding the Staten Island Ferry for the Sake of Riding of the Staten Island Ferry on a Wednesday Afternoon
I enjoy this. I lost my job (which I was at for 4 years) in January and have been unemployed for all of 2014. This is the first period of my life where I have no school or job for this long. (I'm 30)
Some days I fail to do Things.
I love the line "or an ad of your own" so funny.
This is perfect, calm, writing that is 'evocative', but evocative of a not too exciting emotion, in that it is accurately conveying... I'm not a literary critic. I don't know how to express what I mean, but I am into this. Thanks.
Literally the moment this story popped up on my FB feed I was sending an e-mail to a guy I just started seeing who had sent me a weird thing he thought I would like that I was offended by. I was like "Oh, that is not nice."
And he wrote back
Meant it as a compliment. On the other hand, can't have you thinking I'm *too* nice. ;-)
How goes your morning?"
Don't respond to my asserting my preferences with a cute winky smiley face of "it's better this way". Groooossss.
I love this! Thank you for writing this. I was soooo into following what magazines were starting and who was running them when Jump & other random ones were out. TWIST? why was that a thing?
Oh man. Thank you for this.
I love this so much.
I think writing "A" before the Pop Tarts shirt one instead of just writing "Pop Tart shirts..." plural is COMEDY GENIUS!
I got fired in January. I am switching between sleep shorts and day shorts. They are the same but different colours. I feel the sundial/TV thing hard.
If you want to be out as not-straight but don't know how to say it in a way that is not TMI, mention an ex that's a chick. Put a rainbow sticker on your door/car/bag. (Can also be an ally/safe space thing, but can mean you are queer)
But also - UNPOPULAR OPINION - I think some monogamously married women with completely straight dudes maybe need to understand that if they aren't in the lesbian community at all they are going to be taken as straight.
I don't want to encourage biphobia, and I hope with your close friends you feel you can be totally open. But if it is a person whom you would NEVER tell a current sexual fantasy to or discuss a past sexual relationship with, then yes, you're straight to them. You might need to just accept that.
Or, may I humbly suggest you ask yourself WHY you want acquaintances to know that IF you were single again you might date a chick?