There is an unsent letter to a significant person in my life sitting underneath my bed right now. I was going to send it to her after my sister called me to tell me that her boyfriend broke up with … Continue reading No Words
There was once a painter who was very sad. He preferred to spend his time sitting atop a stool, and for hours he would stare blankly into the white canvas resting on the wooden easel in front of him. Sometimes … Continue reading Grayscale
“The sex wasn’t good: she had bad breath and I didn’t like the way she said my name.” His eyes briefly glanced over to meet mine, and then he resumed, “Plus, I just wasn’t used to normal hands.” He was … Continue reading A Soul Named John
Shoutout to Craigslist for being real as shit. While the website’s layout might be disgustingly ugly to look at, you still have to recognize what a crucial corner of the internet Craigslist inhibits. I always forget how much Craigslist has to … Continue reading Personals
Monday mid-afternoons mark a two-hour time suck of a class known as Women’s Health Issues. I registered for the course to better understand what exactly my “issues” were. To no avail, I always left the class feeling more unsettled than … Continue reading On Emergencies
Does anyone even know the protocol for which words you capitalize in the title head because I think I’ve been told it’s a stylistic judgement call. But I could barely make one of those calls when I was figuring out whether … Continue reading What Does Someone Have to do Around Here to Get a Cookie?
When I first applied to McDonald’s, I did it as a joke more than anything else. Sure, there was a small possibility that maybe, when all hope was lost, I would resign myself to the reign of the internationally recognized … Continue reading Shitty Jobs & Privileged Kids