The first time I ever realized I was from the Midwest was I was sitting in a room, surrounded by New Yorkers, and I squealed when I saw two cows kissing one another. Cows are cute. I like flannel. Soda will ALWAYS be called pop to me. You can kick the boy out of the Midwest, but goddamn, is that buttermilk ranch flavored force within him strong as heck.
As I sit here in Doritos stained sweatpants in front of Gossip Girl reruns on Netflix, I can't help but think about the neglect I've inflicted upon this humble blog. I figured a more substantial use of my time of watching more episodes of rich white people making asses of themselves, it seemed it was … Continue reading xoxo, rose-coloured boy
There’s a star man waiting in the museum—I went to meet him, and he simply blew my mind. 2016 was a horrible year for celebrity deaths—constantly, sometimes on the daily, I beg David Bowie to take me to be part of the new universe he’s obviously crafting, since he took with him a generation of … Continue reading David Bowie Is… @ Brooklyn Museum
They say that the moon brings the man to the woman, "La Bella Luna", if you will. But, what on god's green earth brings the man to the man? ...Pheromones, I guess? Still trying to figure that one out. Anyways, if you live in New York and you haven't reenacted Norman Jewison's Moonstruck in some … Continue reading Moonstruck, Kind Of.
First of all, do you know how hard it is to eat 3 cakes in one day? You think for one New York Minute that you're the queen of all desserts, that you will always have room for 10 cakes in your stomach, but when face to face with frosting, you find that the buttercream … Continue reading The Cake Chronicles: Sugar-High at Ariana Huffington’s House Party
This last month, after PRAYING to experience what we in the midwest call "True Winter" (you know, the negative 30 plus windchill, yadda yadda yadda), I journeyed out into this urban tundra, dressed to smash the patriarchy in my new gear from Band of Weirdos. What I don't understand is why the human body decides … Continue reading Witches, Weirdos, and Rose-Coloured Boys // RCB x Band of Weirdos