This is what that kid from Stuart Little and The Little Vampire looks like now.
It’s freezing in here! Frozen food aisle, so we meet again and still you are so cold towards me. You don’t support my small, chic wardrobe and that’s your loss.
“You don’t think I’m smart enough to work in your fucking library!”
No amount of bearded pictures could convince this woman that he wasn’t “Wendy.”
You make perfectly normal things seem completely awkward. What will you do when there’s silence while you’re chewing? It’s not an awkward silence if you both have food in your mouth.
Is it because I am tall? Is it because you think my boobs are too small? Was it about my body in any way? Would you tell me the truth if it were? Do you think I’m fat? Are you lying?
I still have no concrete idea of what I am doing but I find comfort in knowing that a majority of people on the subway are probably in a similar position. Cycling through jobs as they move up the rank or dabble in a new field.
If you’re like me and you’re not a huge basketball or sports fan in general, March Madness really doesn’t mean anything to you. It’s just another time of the year where people scream at the television and root for their favorite teams.
More importantly — if the rules haven’t helped you yet, perhaps it’s time to trash them entirely. Choose risk instead.
I have come to the staggering, heart-stopping realization that I, Kara Nesvig, am a total Monet. You know what I mean, right? You’ve seen “Clueless.” Need your memory jogged? Here, I’ll set the scene. Tai: Do you think she’s pretty?