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Been reading for quite a while, and finally decided on a name. Little bit geek, part artist, might sing sometimes, love the maths.

By anotherkate on Tips For Treating Your Skin in The Wintertime

I just finished re-reading SOTL yesterday. You forgot the part about having large quantities of beef brains on hand to rub into your skin, keeping it soft and supple.

Posted on December 9, 2014 at 3:02 am 1

By and it's not even my birthday on 1 Weird Trick

I like acceptance speeches for how they're a re-collection of all the work and collaboration and generosity that has gone into a project that actually became successful. Just hearing the winner list all the people I've never heard of that helped them suggests that a) maybe I can collect the right people around me to do something and b) maybe I can be somehow instrumental in someone being able to do something.

Posted on December 4, 2014 at 3:59 pm 1

By kingceliza on Never Too Much

This was lovely, and also ridiculously relatable. Well done.

Posted on November 30, 2014 at 9:44 pm 1

By HereKitty on Women Real Tired of Your Shit in Art

Lili's been doing " ... in Art" posts since at least 2011 (as clicking on her byline reveals). How is that plagiarism?

Posted on November 17, 2014 at 11:25 am 7

By does it need saying on Lessons My Closet Taught Me

@gbt Really? I am a fat woman, and I would love to have had this description of myself, "and she looked amazing. The accordion pleating on the patterns looked like sound waves narrating the tempest. She was waiting for the bus in the dark and she looked remarkably beautiful." Since when is it not okay to call someone fat? Since someone decided that was a derogatory term, well it's not, unless you let it be. Maybe you should have read past the word fat and your own issues with the word.

Posted on October 6, 2014 at 11:30 am 2

By finguns on Depend on a Yes

Everything about this is crazy wonderful. I'm so glad I'm not the only one housing broken and ruined castaway toys because she knows it would be too painful her friends and family to just throw them away.

Posted on January 6, 2014 at 5:10 pm 2

By adorable-eggplant on Internet Work and Invisible Labor: An Interview With the Fug Girls

I'd never heard of this website, but I'm glad I have now: http://gofugyourself.com/fug-the-card-the-kardashian-christmas-card-kristmas-kard-2013-12-2013

(and cape hobbit. that was very funny)

Posted on December 3, 2013 at 1:49 pm 1

By meowmischen on Internet Work and Invisible Labor: An Interview With the Fug Girls

I love the Fug Girls! Great idea for a series. Have you asked Jen Yates from Cake Wrecks/Epbot? She's written about her process a little bit on Epbot but I think hairpinners would enjoy hearing from her more!

Posted on December 3, 2013 at 1:37 pm 1

By yunkstahn on Internet Work and Invisible Labor: An Interview With the Fug Girls

ZOMG I love the Fug girls! And the Hairpin! And AHP! THE BEST WORLDS ARE COLLIDING!

And now to read the article.

Posted on December 3, 2013 at 12:21 pm 5

By leonstj on Reading Between The Texts: Sexting, Sort Of. (?)

@bureaucrab - So, I'm 31 & that means I didn't have a cellphone until college, and even then, texting / always being online wasn't a constant thing until I was 25 or so. Which means during the first decade of boy/girl to man/woman relations, conversations on the phone needed to happen. Lots and lots of phone conversations.

I hate to admit it & feed the stereotype, but if you added up everything I ever said on all of those calls, eliminated the "yeah?", "oh?", and "oh man, he/she/they did/said WHAT?", it probably wouldn't total up to a half a novella.

I mean, I listened. I honestly enjoyed being on the phone with them, and was happy to have wonderful girls and then women talking on the phone to me when I was (am) a dumb little boy / grown man. We just, like, don't have a lot to say via telephones.

haha

Posted on November 25, 2013 at 5:40 pm 4