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Here is a souvenir from this weekend’s unfortunate “beach” adventure with @evemasako which shall henceforth be called The Laguna Incident in which we went to Laguna, thought it was amazing for 20 minutes (there was a boutique that sold Rag & Bone and this fancy drug store which sold tampons and Anne Geddes calendars). All amazing until shortly after it became the worst place on earth. (There was also a Chico’s and a Johnny Rockets and hippies marching and singing.) Needless to say, we did not even make it to the beach. We had incredibly bad and depressing fish salads instead. I don’t know how Lauren Conrad did it. This concludes my Laguna Beach story.
The Resident Cards - “Pyramids”
Have you seen this post on the lovely BuzzFeed about life in your early 20s vs. life in your late 20s? It’s got like a gagillion views? Because it’s ALL TRUE? It is sadly (but hilariously) so. It made me think about how my late twentysomething life is different from my early twentysomething life. It’s basically this, in a nutshell:
1. Getting pissed when people want to meet up at any time after 9 p.m.
2. Agonizing between whole wheat and regular pasta. Really, is whole wheat that much better for you?
3. Instagramming other peoples’ adorable pets.
4. Instagramming things such as that make me seem like I have a far more active life than I actually do. For example, sunsets (to give the illusion that I actually spend time out of doors), shoes (to make it seem like I bought new ones even though they are in fact old or borrowed from my sister) or pictures of myself in a mirror perfectly angled to make myself appear as skinny as possible.
5. Wine, if not alone, then with the only other person I ever hang out with. She’s the best. And we have a lot of things in common. Like we like real estate porn and wine.
6. Dismissing everyone on OkCupid ESPECIALLY the moment someone mentions how great Burning Man is and how they can’t wait to go again. Seriously.
7. Suspending my OkCupid account after becoming overwhelmed by Burning Man boys.
8. Re-instating my OkCupid account two weeks later after fearing that I may never sleep next to anyone ever again.
9. Freaking out when I realize I prefer sleeping next to my laptop. OMG am I in a relationship with OkCupid? I am. Oh, God.
10. Making sure to check the MLS (real estate site) each day JUST IN CASE the bank makes a mistake and puts a couple hundred thousand in my account so I can buy my dream house right away.
11. Re-watching old “Game of Thrones” episodes. The ones with sex in them.
12. Taking pleasure in extremely stupid things like Peony flowers.
13. Realizing that the weird thing is that I really like my life like this — at least I reallllly prefer it to my early 20s when I was a fucking psycho.
14. Thinking about updating my Tumblr. Writing something. Thinking it is genius. Then deleting it. And putting up a ’90s LipSmacker ad instead.
15. This post will probably be deleted within a few hours. So enjoy/cringe while you can.
16. OK bye I just got a weird OkCupid message.