Love does not conquer all. If you spend too much of your twenties hating yourself, if you fail to learn the art of self-preservation, you will begin to break. It’s that simple.
Don’t sleep alone. Wake up surrounded by friends so you can all get something to eat and talk about the amazing things that just happened.
The Grove is a tacky outdoor mall in West Hollywood that’s filled with mini-Mario Lopez’s and Lauren Conrad’s but the ridiculousness is part of the fun!
Breakups will never be what they once were. In order to really let go and not spend two years getting over a six month relationship, you have to detach. You have to do away with social niceties and blow up the relationship graveyard.
According to Lindsay Lohan’s recent interview with Oprah Winfrey, I have done more cocaine than the actress who has been sent to rehab six times.
Technology has made it easy to fall for someone who never actually existed and that’s why we have so many random three-month relationships. People who come roaring through our life, only to disappear without a trace. We implicitly let people know that they don’t need to offer us an explanation.
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I grew up middle-class. All of my friends were middle-class. Then when we went away to college, we were exposed to all of these different kinds of levels of wealth. Some of my friends shacked up with rich boyfriends, only to have the relationship dissolve because it became too uncomfortable.
Remember when Adam Goldman made that brilliant show The Outs and everyone lost their shit because it was so, so amazing? Well, he’s back at it again with Whatever This Is—a show that follows two production assistants who are working every terrible job imaginable, struggling to make ends meet in NYC.
Nobody’s perfect. Everybody is a hypocrite. I find myself backpedaling into body-snarking and slut-shaming and when that happens I have to stop and acknowledge it as harmful behavior that’s been indoctrinated by our society.