5. A level of comfort with yourself.
If you have a big family like mine, going around the dining-room table—and the kitchen table, and the table in the corner with the kids—and sharing what you’re thankful for can be an exhausting task.
“What time is legitimate to leave for happy hour? Is 4:30 too early?? Can we both say we’re sick tho?”
4. Always have at least 3-5 places ready to go if asked to recommend a place for brunch.
Initially, I was ecstatic; an extremely influential editor liked me!
12. I’m never sure if I’m using the phrase ‘mutually exclusive’ correctly.
In an episode of HBO’s Girls, Marnie claims in-person communication is always ideal — but old-fashioned. Like telegraphs and rotary phones. In her opinion, texting is the mode of communication of the times.
For all you young, tech-savvy twenty-somethings, allow me to blow your mind about courting, pre-2003, in the days when you met someone in a natural, organic way.
I feel like I can tell Gchat anything. She always remembers everything I say.
“Hi Steve. I asked Mira if she’d be interested in Gchatting with you for the purpose of earnestly trying (with your help) to feel better about life. She said yes. What do you think?”