You know how I love some good subway ad graffiti
Excerpt from the end of an email I sent to three of my college friends on February 5, 1999:
My new cell phone has text paging.
If, for some reason, you ever find yourself needing to reach me so desperately (ha, ha!), you can send messages to me at http://www.attws.com/general/msg_center/index.html.
I think I’m a little too connected!
Had I been able to look into the future to see Twitter, my little mind would have been blown.
I’m always excited when I get to cross something off my NYC To Do List. This time it was Item #4: Attend a Saturday Night Live taping.
If you are curious about the experience, keep reading. Continue reading
I’m finally meeting my friend Debbie‘s baby Ben. I couldn’t show up empty-handed, right?
Not new but somehow I missed it.
Thanks for the giggle Diandra!
Does a popped collar make you want to attend Touro? My guess is no.
Things get on my nerves. Specifically, I’m talking about word trends. Expressions.
Does that make me an irritable brat? Perhaps.
Here’s a list of phrases I’d ban if I were the boss of everything.
- I DIE. Because you didn’t. You’re still here and tweeting. I see you in my timeline–at least for now.
- Rise and grind. On my grind. Anything grind unless you’re talking about coffee beans.
- All of the… Give me ALL OF THE COFFEE. I have ALL OF THE FEELS. That.
- I can’t. Even though sometimes there’s really no more applicable phrase.
- Obsessed. You probably just really like it.
- Push present. NEVER SAY THIS IN MY PRESENCE. Not ever.
- This _____ is everything. This cookie is everything. This picture is everything.
- All the feels.
- My ovaries are exploding. If that really happened, I think you’d be in far too much pain to tweet, right?
I realize that soon I will hate every word and phrase. The world might even fall silent. Is that such a bad thing?
What word or phrase would you ban?