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On An Argument Against the Fabric of the Holiday Season

@SarahP This has only been said to me once and it was absurd.

Posted on November 18, 2011 at 10:39 am 1

On An Argument Against the Fabric of the Holiday Season

@SarahP I'm not sure--I am pregnant and #5 still stands true for me. "Don't you want a little something so it feels like you're part of the party?"

Really?!

Posted on November 18, 2011 at 10:31 am 2

On Amusingly Horrible Things Strangers Have Said

@h.v This sort of happened to me, but the lady wasn’t mentally ill, just rude. She interrupted a conversation I was having with my friend at a bar, because something just happened and she had to share it with him right then and there. My friend looked apologetically to me (since it was his friend, and I didn’t know her), so he stops her and introduces me. She looks me up and down, rolls her eyes, and then continues her story.

Posted on November 2, 2011 at 4:25 pm 4

On Amusingly Horrible Things Strangers Have Said

I was in a part convenience store, part fried chicken place in New Orleans when a man in a wheelchair asked me if I was German. I told him I wasn’t, and he said “oh, well you’re small on top but you’ve got big, stocky legs!” (That are apparently German...) He then asked if I had money and if I’d buy him some chicken.

Also, I was a miserably embarrassed early bloomer who was asked by a classmate during quiet time in class if I stuffed. I was 10 and I didn’t :(

Posted on November 2, 2011 at 3:57 pm 3

On Save the Date, Washington D.C.: September 22

Mmm…I’m an on-the-fence (occasional) lurker…that week is going to be crazy cause we’re moving and my mother-in-law is flying down, plus I find interrupting ongoing conversations to be one of the most difficult things in life, so I typically don’t meet people in crowded places or in general. AND I wouldn’t even be able to drink cause I’m pregnant.

So…I should go!

Wait…what’s this about them not really serving food???

Hi Laney!

Posted on September 8, 2011 at 4:30 pm 2