I have an impersonator! How thrilling.
I still wish somebody would post a missed connection looking for me.
I really never thought this'd happen:My mom rang me this evening. After I said "hullo," she briskly got to the point: "Why can't I be your friend on Facebook?" I had rejected her request only minutes ago, one that had baffled me because I had long ago patiently explained the social sh . . . (More)
Nothing takes the wind out of even the wittiest, most biting critical comment as swiftly and decisively as the appension of a "lol." (Try it.) Surely no man, no mortal creature, is more invulnerable to judgment than when he is faced with the lolling (or depending on your regional d . . . (More)
Today, I found out I got a hit for the inquiry "should I tell my fiance i kissed a man." Upon reading this, I scratched my head. "Fiancé" denotes a man, so one may deduce that the troubled party would be female, as the fiancée. (Perhaps our lovers are two men -- it is the twenty-first . . . (More)
"If it's licking the Pope, it's probably treyf." - Evil Monkey's Guide to Kosher Imaginary Animals . . . (More)
I was perusing the Wiki article for Kaavya Viswanathan, a Harvard undergrad who was discovered to have plagarized several passages for her debut novel. As I skimmed over sample robberies discussing boys, clothes, petty scrutiny of other girls' body weight -- typical chick lit -- a sudden . . . (More)
It saddened me to find that in a Wiki article's history the word "juxtaposition" was once removed, because it had, apparently, confused an editor. He complained that it was "jibberish [sic]" and that he could not read the article "clearly" until he had changed it into "something . . . (More)
I'd do it like this: Rutta chugga Rutta chugga
2. As "Americana" defines itself as artefacts of American culture, "Gloriana" consists of the artefacts of my culture.
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