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Notes on an Ugly Society

Reader, take note on how you are supposed to approach a typical Friday night in the big city.

First, you bring any good book with you and keep it in the glove compartment of your car because you’re never sure what type of people you’re going to meet down in the streets. 887 more words

Writing

Free Love: Uncomplicated (explicit)

Sexy readers, I’d like to introduce a new series of shorts available here on the blog…sometimes these will be brand-new nibbles from the #chocprompt hashtag on my Twitter feed..sometimes they’ll be works that have pulled the covers over their heads for awhile but I’ve convinced them to let us play with them…enjoy this opportunity for free love…  1,911 more words

It's Not You, It's Them!

As a server in the food industry for ten years now, I have come across a ton of different people.

Some kind. Some mean. Some entitled. 785 more words

Changes

Sara Bareilles on What She's Learning From Starring in Broadway's 'Waitress'

Sara Bareilles wasn’t content just to write the songs for a Broadway musical — now she’s starring in the show as well. The popular singer-songwriter will step into the lead role of Jenna in “Waitress,” the musical for which she wrote the score, when Jessie Mueller, the actress who originated the part, exits the production later this month. 780 more words

News

"There's no point crying over spilt milk...spilt lattes though?"

For someone as clumsy as me I’m surprised I haven’t broken anything.  Aside from my leg, a phone, many many cups…

I should clarify really. While working at the tea shop I haven’t broken anything. 378 more words

Cafe

Home Sketches

I’ve done two fine-liner sketches these past two days just while I’ve been at home. I want to do more updates on my game but I don’t have my USB tonight and thought I’d post some home drawings. 345 more words

Still Living Paycheck to Paycheck?

Why Are You Still Suffering at Your Job?

No one deserves to hate their job. There is enough suffering in this world to also wake up every morning dreading your day. 214 more words

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