Tag Archives: the daily post
“Do you think we can, y’know–” These are quiet whispers, because it’s taboo. Immoral. It’s a universally-tolerated act, and yet it’s also so universally-scorned. Perhaps it is because we’re not following the commandments of the lord; or perhaps it is … Continue reading
The shortest days are the longest. I end my shortest days with a beer on one hand and a cigarette burning on the other. My shortest days end with smudged eyeliner and clothes unchanged, because who has time for changing … Continue reading
There are three things I know in my heart to be true: I will probably be single for the rest of my life. I’m turning 22 this year, and I’ve had no luck in romantic relationships. No one has approached … Continue reading
(response to a prompt in The Daily Post) See, the thing about “happiness” post-millennium (or perhaps post-Bush) is that it is relegated to something either nonexistent or superficial.
note: yay first daily post fill!