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My first time going on a date with a girl from OkC

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Last week I had my first date with a girl. It wasn’t most typical dates between girls. I did meet her on OkCupid. We did spend a lot of time together, hanging 3 out of 4 days in a row. It was a whirlwind of romance, but it was different in many ways. For: 1) I’m married. 2) I’m straight (both 1 & 2 are listed in my profile) 3) She was only here for 5 more days of a week long trip to visit her sister in NYC when she reached out to me. However, reach out to me … Read More

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Jackie Schimmel’s Bitch Bible Review of the 2018 Met Gala Looks

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So I’m late on this one. But if my audience on here is anything like me, you probably looked at some of the costumes from this year’s Met Gala, but did not make a thorough evaluation beyond, “Eh and Not eh” So today, I, someone who can claims most of her clothing has picked from the sidewalks of NYC, will provide to you an image tour of the costumes Jackie Schimmel, one of the my favorite podcasters of the Bitch Bible podcast (please listen to her; you will not regret it!) mentioned on her 2018 Met Gala review. Because I shouldn’t be … Read More

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The Obamas will be on Netflix soon!!!

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“The Obamas just signed a multiyear deal to make shows and movies for Netflix • Barack and Michelle Obama have entered a multiyear agreement with Netflix to produce series and features. • The Obamas say they hope “to promote greater empathy and understanding between peoples, and help them share their stories with the entire world.” What luck that these real life superheroes are willing to put their peace and quiet and sense of privacy on the line for us AGAIN in order to inspire us with their and other stories they’ll want to shine a light on. Because we know … Read More

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I dreamt about pooing.

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Entering the bathroom with a few strangers, as you do when you walk into a set of stalls at a public facility, we were all delightedly, and a bit shockingly, surprised to see a bathroom that mimicked a nail salon with rows of brown leather cushion lined chairs rising up in layers like small skyscrapers above the plumbing in front of them. When you sat down it felt like sitting in a nail salon chair, which is weird to say as I’ve never been to get my nails did, but it’s what I imagine it must be like. It wasn’t … Read More

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Maybe the Worst Date of My Life: Mr. Lunatarium

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I’m constantly seeing people I want to become friends with. The older Asian man under the bridge waving a kitana in circles through the air (skillfully, and with the blade wrapped, so it is more a taichi movement, kendo informed practice) The man in all black spandex with an expandable drinking dish key chained on his side satchel with a tiny white dog poking out of it (maybe it’s more his dog I’m interested in introducing myself to) I’m ready to be excited again. I’m married, but I maybe I will return to online dating (to meet, not sleep with, … Read More

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Marlon Bundo – A Fairytale about Mike Pence’s Gay Rabbit

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Today (and I totally was unaware until my husband told me this morning haha I’m so not that person that takes stock of dates) is Sandy and my 2 year wedding anniversary! Wow. It seems so short in the grand scheme of things when I know we have many years ahead of us. So much has happened and only more will continue to happen as we unite our powers in breaking the rules in the pursuit of doing good and leading by example. Check our IG’s if you want my goo goo ga ga details, but for now I wanted … Read More

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Cynthia Nixon Running for Governor!

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It’s all over our New York news that Cynthia Nixon, of Sex and the City fame, is going to give 2-term Governor Cuomo a run for his money! I’m down what she espouses in her campaign, and she seems a fresh face, but I need to do more digging to see what she thinks she can bring about and what her political stances are on topics that matter to me. Gov. Cuomo hasn’t done a poor job, but she seems a fresh voice. I worry she may be too NYC-centric, and although I live in NYC, I still am concerned … Read More

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Omg People are still visiting this site

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Hello everyone! I’m still around. My bum toe did not get me. My conscience did. I was becoming utterly self absorbed. I blame myself, but also understand my circumstances that led to it. I wasn’t sad when my toe was broken, but there is something depressing about being housebound for a month or two and living with the self-doubt as to whether one’s toe will heal properly and allow her to continue living a normal, active life. I was pretty unsure, although I did not know it, and I was pretty secluded from the face to face world. I understand … Read More

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Searching For An Organic Mattress in NYC

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While Sandy and I have no home to outfit for a bed, after reading about potentially harmful chemicals lying in the mattresses that we spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping and breathing on, I am hardstruck to ever consider buying a non-organic bed for us. Even our beloved memory foam beds are huge culprits of hosting these poisons. Fortunately there are a number of organic options one can try in NYC, and below I feature the best ones you can try out in a showroom before purchasing. They are not cheap, but I’m not suggesting you buy the $150,000 Hastens … Read More