In which I discover what I believe to be the crown jewel of dating advice on the world’s widest web.
I may not know what a snap or the concept of downs is, but I do know that our football fanaticism has a pretty ugly underbelly. Let’s discuss!
“I do love writing, but it’s dangerous–or at least unwise–to stay still.” Talking to The New York Times style writer Bee-Shyuan Chang Shapiro about what she took away from her twenties, and how she ended up in the highly coveted spot she’s in today, after the jump!
“Never, ever smile for a guy who asks “why aren’t you smiling?” Because I don’t want to, and my vagina doesn’t come with a permanent smile, shithead.” And more real-talk-ridiculousness, after the jump.
In the latest installment of Art-See, I’m talking to the Los Angeles-based design duo behind pop-tinged collaborations with brands like The Standard Hotel, Kapok, and BCBG.
Talking facial bacteria, and how to make it your bitch, a la moi.
“I figure that a positive attitude is like a muscle that—with continuous, forced use—can only become stronger.” More on that, and a list of other, more lighthearted resolutions, after the jump!