Important meeting at dailydot
Adam and I just found this weird Craigslist ad. Crazy.
The funniest part about this real ad is how real and actually true it is.
Important message for Katy.
We need a wall. A wall that can hold back an ocean of salsa.
How to use an en dash, the unicorn of punctuation (part 1)
True romance. via @samtwomiller
A couple broke up. They weren’t a good fit. That’s pretty much it. You can overanalyze the minutiae of each interaction, you can spend days subjecting yourself to twee experiments like holding hands for eight hours straight, you can put rats on your head and cover yourselves in white goop (this all really happened). But all that matters is that one person didn’t want to be in the relationship from the start. Tim makes up weird theories about women to try to rationalize the fact that he couldn’t force himself to be in a relationship. (“The tricky girl will unknowingly rip your heart out, cut it into little pieces, and then ask you, politely, if she can feed you.”) He quotes Chris Rock: “Men don’t settle down, they surrender.” And because he feels so vulnerable in the situation that he himself contrived, he seems to take out his frustration on Jessica, blaming her for not doing enough to make him fall for her. That’s not fair. If you don’t want to be in a relationship, don’t be in one. There’s nothing wrong with that, per se, but it’s fucked up to drag other people down into your pit of self-loathing. —
Was “40 Days of Dating” Doomed From the Start? (via dailydot)
I wrote words about a dating experiment.
Close that tab. (Apologies to Digg)
Eastern PA (at Odd Lot Outlet)