I wanted Molly. I looked like Molly. I never wanted any other doll (or toy) more. She was my spirit animal. I'm unreasonably upset about this.
Let me guess: they also think this was done better when it was called Battle Royale.
Bury me in satin
Lay me down on a bed of nachos
On Photographer Mark Menjivar Lives the Dream (Spends Four Years Looking In Other People's Refrigerators)
@TheJacqueline Looks like a rattlesnake to me. Maybe she needs a new belt?
@paper bag princess Deleted my other comment, BUT:
Josephina Hates Her Name by Diana Engel and Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes! Both are about girls who just want to be normal and have a normal name but then are inspired by other unusually-names female role models to be boss and go adventuring through the jungle. Also, Josephina is an alligator and that's awesome.
Drunk women deserve everything that's coming to them, story at 11.
I guess I've been an eeeeevil misandrist from the very beginning, because I have never liked reading books with male protagonists. I did really like Roadrunner from Looney Tunes, so I made up female counterparts named Ashley and Emma Runner and wrote reams of fic about the two of them hanging out instead.
So does anyone else say "rabbit, rabbit" first thing when they wake up on the first of the month? I've only heard about it in BSC's Little Sister books, but it's supposed to give you good luck. I said mine this morning, just in case.