Playing Cards Against Humanity with Your Parents

I quickly realized, however, that the problem with playing this game with your parents – no matter how liberal and “cool” they are – is that you discover that your dad knows terms like smegma (dear Lord..) and your best friend does not (and then has to proceed to Google image it) and your mom continually has to ask clarification questions like what exactly is queefing and can someone explain what gloryholes are.

To the Friend I Miss the Most

It is a truly unfortunate circumstance that many of the friendships we create don’t necessarily last a lifetime. There’s that saying that goes something like, “people come into your life for a reason” and blah, blah, blah. But I say, “People should stay.” I hate that some friendships are so fleeting even though they mean […]

And Then She Left

We met when we were four years old. Just two little tots heading off to preschool – me in overalls and her in a white blouse and red skirt. Even at four, she was still much more fashionable than I could ever hope to be. We developed a friendship from that first day of preschool. […]

10 Years Since Friends

It’s been nearly 10 years since the series finale of Friends, and to this day, it is still one of my all-time favorite television shows. Just to note, the Friends series finale that aired in May 2004 garnered over 52 million viewers, making it the fourth most watched television series finale in the history of television as […]

There’s No Beauty in the Breakdown

Your voice was overbearing, like a thousand waves crashing down upon me. I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t stand to hear the words you were saying. The pain in my heart and my stomach – it filled me up, and the only way to let it all go was to cry. To sob. It’s amazing the […]