Tag: humanity

I’m Offended. Here’s Why You Should Care.

My birthday is coming up and the craziest thing has been happening: I’ve been telling people I’m turning a year older than I am actually turning. Either it’s the old age, or the fact that my husband just turned that age (he’s a year older than me). But I’ve been

The Dress is White and Gold, and By the Way It’s Also the End Of the World As We Know It

If I live a long life, I imagine myself to be like one of those old people in the movies – the narrators, the storytellers. You know, they always have one, final story to tell. The movie begins and ends with them. It’s always about the defining moment in their

PLEASE: No Outside Food, Turn Off Your Cellphones, Silence Your Assholes

Those of you that know me, or have been reading this blog for a while, know that I am not a fan of flatus jokes. You know what I’m talking about. I’m sure you make them all the time. Maybe you post comics on Facebook about blowing them under the

48 Hour Technology Strike

Keep track of my strike time at http://countingdownto.com/countdown/223092 I’m going on strike. Not from a job because – I think we all know – I don’t work. I mean I work at the most thankless job on the planet (housewife and SAHM), but there is no monetary compensation for that. Yet.

When Your New Car Breaks

Try and stay positive! I absolutely loath when people say that. First, and foremost, I think talking about people being “negative” or “positive” is – in a word – childish. Those are just more labels we as a society use to peg people that we think are doing something either

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