Bill Watterson Writes, Illustrates, Shreds New... →
Today in Facebook unfriendings:
[redacted’s] bitchiest statement of the year-New Yorkers: you don’t care when it happens to us down on the Gulf Coast so guess what? Put up AND shut up. No one cares!! Lovely. Deeeeefriend.
Here is everything I learned in New York →
texturism: but in life, you can either ask for what you want and suffer the possibility of judgment, or you can pretend you want something else and almost certainly get it. it’s remarkable to me how long i chose the latter. - sarah heploa | via ellens: sebastianwaters
It’s like, living in New York never really seems normal, you keep thinking of...– Story of My Life, Jay McInerney (via jordansays) Yep. Times 1,000.
Hi there! I’m back! And I haven’t tumbled in two weeks! So… what’s new with you??
For some reason, you tend to come up in a lot of puking stories I tell.– Ashley, my former suitemate and college roommate to Lemon (Hey, at least I’m famous for something.) (via Graceinsmallthings) Love this so hard. (Also, HI! I’m in Israel! What’s new in America?? Fill me in, peeps!)
WSJ.com: Nordstrom's Hunt for a New York Flagship →
a. I have CHILLS about this. b. Actual quote from the article: “It’s a fancy Macy’s. That’s all it is,” said Faith Hope Consolo, head of Prudential Douglas Elliman’s retail group. You, Faith, are WRONG. So very, very wrong. c. Via Sari. Who could’ve, ahem, posted this herself, but you know.