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Falling In and Out of the Group

You know how sometimes when you’re signing up for something–

— whether it be in ‘real life’ or especially online, they ask you questions all about your personal preferences, like your favorite music, food, and authors – 1,462 more words


bananafish noun, imaginary fish that swims into banana holes and eats so many bananas that it cannot swim out, subsequently dying in the hole… 801 more words

Because I'm Defeated.

I drew myself a warm, not so bubbly bath, to calm down after a very stressful morning. I read some Dexter on my Kindle, via my iPhone, and collected my thoughts a bit- and then, the next obvious move was to take a picture of my pregnant shins, cankles and toes. 495 more words

The Book Bucket Challenge: Top 5 Favorite Books

                In the tradition of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, I have been nominated to participate in a Book Bucket Challenge on Facebook. But I am not about to pour a bucket of books on my head. 456 more words

Nerd Focus

"The Catcher in the Rye"


After having it recommended to me a few times, I have finally read my copy of “The Catcher in the Rye” by JD Salinger. For a classic book written in the early 1950s it’s certainly unusual. 593 more words


Who Is That: Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby is (yeah I didn’t even bother asking the question for this one,
I’m just jumping right in like a kid who sees a pool. 311 more words

I Don't Know What That Is

Why is it considered the height of literary genius when certain windbags puke on a page? [Part Two]

(Preface: I wrote this back in May & forgot to publish it. & actually forgot to finish it. Oops! Apologies if anyone was waiting with bated breath. 1,420 more words