I am 24 years old and I enjoy good toilet paper, food and alcohol, but when you’re as poor as I am, these things aren’t always attainable. Times are tough right now. Things have gotten to the point to where I have to calculate how many times I take a shit in a day so I know how much toilet paper to buy. God forbid … Continue reading Either & Or for the Poor & 24
First off, let me start by saying that I’m not an English major. I’ll mess up grammar and punctuation. I’m sorry. I also have a sick baby attached to my boob and she periodically smacks my phone screen. I’m a mother of two. I stay home all day and lose my sanity while my husband works. My best friends shit themselves and live on breast … Continue reading Fuck you in your #s!
I started the podcast just to see if I could. Whether or not I can still remains to be seen. Now I have a laundry list of pretentious reasons with which I’ve convinced myself of its importance in my life. It’s an outlet for me. As many opportunities as there are to get on stage in Columbus, (I got up five times last week) it’s … Continue reading The Change. It had to come.
I’m 25. I’ve been working at the same soul-numbing job for the past six years of my life. I finally grew tired of wearing khakis and being taken advantage of when I put in my two weeks notice a few days ago. 25. I’ve been wearing an apron and sarcastically calling seven year old kids “Sir” and “Miss” until recently, when I realized that it … Continue reading Writing a Resume
I have a couple of jobs… I don’t tell you this with the intention of sounding like some noble working class hero. Quite the contrary. I keep job #1 because it’s a job and I’m quite frankly terrified of leaving my khaki-clad comfort-zone. Job #2 is one I really enjoy. I work at a reception hall. The people are fun, the food is amazing and … Continue reading Great Indian Food.