ashabrooke
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ashabrooke
Sep 25 2014
33

As long as I have Martha, I have no need for Paula. But, butter? Butter can always stay.

Sep 24 2014
4

This dude was also in a Sprint commercial, and is it just me or does he look like a guy from Strikeback a couple of seasons ago?

Sep 23 2014
2

right...i would be like ummm....my parents were in the neighborhood watch...we didn't live in the city

Sep 23 2014
2

yes i am an "urban-suburban" all of my white friends from college all grew up in trailers so when they came to pick me up once for an alumnae event they were like whhhhaaaaa success u never told us u lived in a mansion....im all like ummmm its not but ok....it just has 2 stories o.O

Sep 23 2014
2

What about those outdoor malls that "re-create" small towns yet somehow erase all the uniqueness and character of small town centers? You know, with a 7-story parking lot.

Sep 23 2014
243

I've been hearing about this shit for two days now thanks to my girlfriend, who is goddamned obsessed. She also claims that for some reason, the author refers to Gryffindors or Slytherins as "Gryffindor Hats" and "Slytherin Hats" which bothers me WAY more than it has any right to, like a persistent nail dragging Read more

Sep 23 2014
119

I rewatched the whole movie the other day, and dead-ass, the entire film is a metaphor for black cultural oppression in the US. And everyone kind of missed it. I think I want to write an article about it.

Sep 23 2014
110

I remember once this white lady called me an urban youth which confused me because I grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland. Home of Lynda Carter and one of Hootie's Blowfish. Read more

Sep 22 2014
7

That's...really expensive blow. I mean, it's been a while, but are people really paying almost $100 for a gram of coke? Or is the up charge to pay for the novelty of getting it in the mail?