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Category Archives: PSAs
I don’t talk about them much, mostly because I feel like they are the troll of the legume world and maybe if you don’t feed them they will go away, but I’ve known since I was a small child that … Continue reading
I know what you’re thinking, is this an April Fool’s post? It’s not. It’s a very important discussion. On toilet paper roll etiquette. You’re probably aware that there are two schools of thought on toilet paper hanging – the over … Continue reading
You don’t know this, but tor the past 3-4 years, the “i” key on my keyboard has been broken. Do you know how often you use the “i” key? Okay, I didn’t use it at all in that sentence except … Continue reading
My first job out of college was not the glamorous job I had dreamed of. I wasn’t an editor of some small but up-and-coming publishing house. I wasn’t writing articles for The New Yorker. I was a receptionist. When you’re … Continue reading
I’m going to take a short break from my regular posts to talk about something important to me. As some of you might know, Susan G. Komen decided to cut its funding from Planned Parenthood. I know, this is controversial, … Continue reading
I take it really personally when my phone is wrong.
Poor drainage. Overcrowded public transportation. Absurd tickets. It plagues you with the Blue Angels at Fleet Week every year. It charges you to get into the city, but doesn’t charge you to leave.