I was not planning on going to my reunion, but I’ve been coerced into it. It’s a clambake, just FYI, and I am not feeling it. Given my weird recent bout of obsessive insecurity, I am ever-so-slightly tweaking out over what to wear. I don’t want to dress up too much, but I also want to wear an outfit that says, “Yes, I did grow up to be an adult, teacher-who-told-me-I-was-hopeless.”
Also, because I am afraid you are all sick of my dumb face, I have applied cat memes to my head instead. More
I feel like it’s really important to see who the experts are siding with, and to ask the important questions that help us all form our political opinions. So – who is Heidi Montag voting for? More
I want you to know I spent the morning obsessing over this.
I normally wear dresses – because I’m not a farmer – but I thought, if I show up in some sort of shift dress and pearls like I wear every day, people are going to think I am voting for Mitt Romney. I live in New York. It’s possible that they would just turn on me, like in The Bacchae. More importantly, I was not going to stand there in line for an hour or however long it takes with people thinking I was voting Romney. I just wouldn’t. I wouldn’t even if I was voting for Romney. More
This pretty cool dude would like you to go out and vote. More
Fine. I’m just going to say it. Vote for Barack Obama. Please do not vote for Mitt Romney. More
“I have something to tell you. I didn’t vote. In the last mayoral election… when Rudy Giuliani was running against Ruth Messinger… I went to get a manicure. And forgot to vote.” More
I can’t make decisions, because imagines of scantily clad people reading books has thrown me into overdrive. Please vote for your favorite, so we can send them a big pile of books. We’ll announce the winner tomorrow, after we run out to appropriate stores and pick out the books we want (though The Complete Dorothy Parker is a given. A goddamn given).
Let’s say, theoretically, you stumble into a parallel universe wherein you have to vote for either Michele Bachmann or Sarah Palin for President. Sure, they’re both women, they’re both Republicans, they both talk about Margaret Thatcher as though they’re buddies, despite the fact that she declines to meet them. But other than that – are they different? Is one better than the other? Is one more fleecey? (Yes). More
Help one former crash dieter win a batch of cupcakes. More
There were obviously some questionable fashion choices at the Met Gala last night. But most of those will be forgotten, and fade away into the sinewy mists of fashion time. These, though? I hope we remember these forever. More
With critical issues like universal healthcare and the economic crisis looming, we fashionistas know how important it is to vote. So don’t forget to get out to your local poll bright and early (or ask to leave work early, your … More