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selmabouvierterwilligerhutzmcclure
Apr 12 2017
21

Have you seen him in Miami Blues? I’m just... like...amazed that a man can look that good. What is Young Alec Baldwin? Is he a warlock?

Apr 12 2017
3

Jackie Kennedy Onassis was a shit person that only cared about money and bullied her daughter about her weight. Her biggest accomplishment, redecorating the white house, was done with the help of amphetamines abuse. Loving Jackie Kennedy Onassis is equivalent to liking Donald Trump (imho).

Apr 12 2017
111

Who didn’t? Did you see him in the 90's? Jackie wanted to give him that O and I don’t blame her.

Apr 1 2017
135

That’s fucked up and I am picturing the kids on the editorial board laughing about it. In my head they are all wearing blazers and loafers and look like Paul Ryan.

Apr 1 2017
107

Cornell, my alma mater, is a private land-grant university meaning that generally, tuition is astronomical but they have big in-state tuition discounts for certain subsidized programs, which is how my family could afford to send me there. The school paper always prints a fake edition on April 1, but I was so stressed Read more

Apr 1 2017
82

I can’t think of anything, but my daughter has her first semi formal school dance tonight and she’s not the most popular kid by far, so I keep envisioning some horrible Carrie-style prank and it’s driving me insane.

Mar 16 2017
159

Please, please...stop. Oprah is great and all but, just....no. No more celebrity presidents. Like ever. I never thought I’d live to say this but I want a professional politician back in charge. Not just someone “from the tee-vee.”

Feb 21 2017
188

It really hit me when we had to do class projects in 3rd grade and I did mine on the Titanic because the movie had just come out so it was easy to obtain magazines and information about it. I made a replica Titanic out of a empty plastic cat food container because that’s all there was around my house. At the time I Read more

Feb 21 2017
149

I can’t remember when I first realized we were in the upper middle class (dad’s a prominent attorney, mom was in entertainment business), but I do remember my parents clearly teaching me that their money is THEIR money. I was being a snotty 13 year old and begging my mom for the latest trendy jeans - they were like Read more

Feb 21 2017
93

When I was in the fifth grade and Joshua Winstead told everyone that his mother had made sure to invite everyone in our grade to his birthday except me because my family couldn’t possibly afford a good enough gift for her precious baby’s big day. Read more

Feb 21 2017
44

As someone who used to babysit rich kids in CT, I agree. They don’t know any different. Everyone else involved in their lives is rich or help and kids don’t assume the help is poor. Even the moms would forget sometimes and give me some time off to “hang with my friends” while we were on vacation in Martha’s Vineyard Read more

Feb 21 2017
119

When I had to lie to my mother about how hungry I was because there wasn’t enough food for the both of us.

Feb 21 2017
75

I have no memory of not knowing we weren’t poor. My only memories are of realizing how acutely poor we actually were. i.e. My dad lining up at a construction site, hoping he’d get hired for the summer. And him doing that until he was 60. Then, having to take an $8/hr job where he was lowered into the ground in a cage Read more

Feb 21 2017
222

Spoiler alert you grew up rich. The evidence I used was trips to Europe and Private college.