NATALIEEEEE I will never get tired of looking at these
I never payed close attention to the beginning of this movie (I've always caught it on cable, don't know if I've ever actually seen it the whole way through) but I'd always just assumed that Kimmy was in grad school and not...21 and still in college? Why are her parents okay with this wedding????
I love your analysis of why people like this movie- I think that the "who is chasing you" scene is just as, if not more, affecting as any realization of love is in other romcoms. It gives us an emotional climax that speaks just as much to our real experiences as our desired experiences, while still holding the rest of the romcom framework.
@Maggie Emily@facebook How do you talk to a tailor??
Like, what language do you use, what can/can't you ask for? When you are looking at a piece of clothing, how do you know if you should get it tailored or just leave it in the store? I'm just starting my first tailored-clothes expected job and I do NOT know what to do. Beyond hemming, what can they do?
I absolutely don't have an eye for these things, so I tend to either accept that something is going to look off on me or only buy something that fits me perfectly or close to it. Help!
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Read this while walking fine line of laughing nicely at the writing because it's funny and laughing meanly at the people who this reminds me of, because they suck.
The conclusion to this article may be the funniest thing I have ever read. “I do have several more. But I have to eat them all.” made me cackle maddeningly- so much better than if you'd shared the bagel.
"one of the devil's many hellbrides" is my new twitter bio
Burst out laughing when you revealed your creations. Katy and Katie is always the best part of my day when it comes out.
this is one of the best. thanks, baba.
Okay Allie, will you now go over to the Billfold and explain how, exactly, you made the choice to jump to full time?? I'm fascinated by this transition, and how people make it. I've followed Suri's Burn Book for over a year, and I always figured it was just a fun writing project for someone--how did you go about transitioning that to a full time job? Or, at least, full enough to let you explore job alternatives? Was there a serious cutback? Was there a point in which you realized you suddenly had a lot of extra income? How/when did you decide to monetize? That might be too nosy/money-y for this interview series but I'm just so interested in these blogs that transition to full-time jobs, and how they do that.