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As near as I can tell, typing from within the second-story window of my mom’s friends’ flat while the first rain/lightning/thunder combo in recent memory goes on outside, Amsterdam has been a blast. Beyond the itinerary—two humid days of writing from the bottom bunk, a […]
I’m a tough kid, but I’m also a tiny Asian girl traveling alone for the first time.
So before arriving at the airport and having a short and salty, “Wah-I’m-all-alone-and-my-boyfriend’s-jacket-will-stop-smelling-like-him-in-two-days-I-don’t-know-how-to-say-toilet-in-Turkish-What-if-underneath-my-college-coolness-I’m-actually-just-a-middle-aged-Korean-fanny-packed-visored-squabbly-tourist-lady-when-I-go-abroad-What-if-a-minaret-falls-on-top-of-me-and-crushes-me-What-if-I’m-as-allergic-to-Turkey” cry, I prepared for several imaginative “worst case scenarios.”
Just as Americans love frying and the French love pouting, Australians love placing themselves in a charming array of life-threatening situations for the sole purpose of bragging to friends about the size of their balls. Or their…ovaries? I’m not pre-med.
4th of July – the anniversary of our emancipation from British governance, the start of something new (High School Musical? No?), the birth of America – or specifically, of white America. I couldn’t find a bald eagle to make out with or a minority group […]
There’s an article in today’s New York Times about a town in Westchester County that’s fighting to block construction of a large CVS; years earlier, they stopped Starbucks from coming to town. It’s easy to talk shit about such global, soulless corporations, but let me […]