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A Life’s Work quotes

Childbirth and motherhood are the anvil upon which sexual inequality was forged, and the women in our society whose responsibilities, expectations and experience are like those of men are right to approach it with trepidation. Women have changed, but their biological condition remains unaltered. As such motherhood provides a unique window to the history of our sex, but its glass is easily broken. I continue to marvel at the fact that every single member of our species has been born and brought to independence by so arduous a route. It is this work, requisitioned from a woman’s life, that I have attempted to describe.

A Life’s Work quotes

Incidentally, this is also funny.

When I’m not securing my place in hell, I’m also amused by less offensive things.

Exhibit A:

!!!!!!! [BESTIE x BESTIE 1] !!!!!!! from Dean Fleischer-Camp on Vimeo.

Incidentally, this is also funny.

I’m going to hell. Would you care to come with?

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(via I Love Charts)

I met this guy a few weeks ago, and we were talking about our respective childhoods. This is what you do with new people when you don’t want to discuss work – you ask about what happened before they lived in New York. Then you share your own story. Things can get pretty personal. Someone might as well say, “Show me on the overpriced cocktail where the man touched you.”

This guy was really Midwestern. I would have guessed this after talking to him for a few minutes. He’s wholesome and attentive. Plus he told me he was really Midwestern. But you know who’s even more Midwestern? His parents. They are so Midwestern.

FYI: It is worse to be so Midwestern than it is to be really Midwestern. So Midwestern is just gratuitous Midwestern-ness, and we can’t have that.

I asked some follow-up questions, but it was pretty evident that this guy needs to see a therapist. (It takes one to know one.) He just can’t get over it. His parents are so conservative and religious. So Midwestern!

I’m going to hell. Would you care to come with?

Misplaced Internet flirtation

If my life were a romantic comedy, I’d be in love with this man.

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Misplaced Internet flirtation

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I’m going to hell. Would you care to come with?

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(via I Love Charts)

I met this guy a few weeks ago, and we were talking about our respective childhoods. This is what you do with new people when you don’t want to discuss work – you ask about what happened before they lived in New York. Then you share your own story. Things can get pretty personal. Someone might as well say, “Show me on the overpriced cocktail where the man touched you.”

This guy was really Midwestern. I would have guessed this after talking to him for a few minutes. He’s wholesome and attentive. Plus he told me he was really Midwestern. But you know who’s even more Midwestern? His parents. They are so Midwestern.

FYI: It is worse to be so Midwestern than it is to be really Midwestern. So Midwestern is just gratuitous Midwestern-ness, and we can’t have that.

I asked some follow-up questions, but it was pretty evident that this guy needs to see a therapist. (It takes one to know one.) He just can’t get over it. His parents are so conservative and religious. So Midwestern!

I’m going to hell. Would you care to come with?

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Lie the fuck down, my darling

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Adam Mansbach’s picture book Go the Fuck to Sleep is the perfect bedtime story. For parents or annoyed babysitters, that is.

And who better to read it than Samuel L. Jackson?

Lie the fuck down, my darling