What are you as much as this weekend? We’re becoming a member of a neighborhood-wide stoop sale on Saturday and Sunday, the place all of the earnings shall be donated to Ukraine. When you’d like, please come stroll round Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, and test it out. Hope you have got a superb one — take care — and listed below are a couple of hyperlinks from across the internet…
My warm-weather magnificence staple.
Have you ever seen this good SNL skit? (The Atlantic)
Lulu and Georgia is operating a HUGE sale. (I ordered this and this final evening.)
On the café immediately, I met a candy child named Bea, after Beatrix Potter. Afterward, I googled a compelling New Yorker article about how cool she was: “A collection of established publishers had turned her down, partly due to her insistence on preserving the ebook’s worth low. ‘Little rabbits can’t afford to spend 6 shillings on one ebook, and would by no means purchase it,’ she wrote to a good friend. She was additionally specific concerning the measurement of the ebook; it needed to be small, for small arms.”
Amy Schumer’s new TV present, Life & Beth, is getting nice opinions.
Digging this on a regular basis look. (Get 20% off first-time orders with code COJ.)
Oh my gosh, this week’s New Yorker brief story is sooooo creepy. I learn it final evening and was SPOOKED. Extremely suggest.
Have you ever seen this courting comedian? Would undoubtedly use the first-date questions.
Spooky! Cousin simply referred to their different grandparents. “We’re speculated to have the identical grandma; that’s, like, our complete deal.”
Higher names for meals, haha.
Plus, three reader feedback:
Says Elizabeth on how one can rekindle your intercourse drive: “For the libido query: Dipsea! 100%! An app stuffed with brief attractive audio tales which you can search relying on what you’re into. Made by girls, and all the things is clearly between consenting adults, so that you’re not getting into some upsetting minefield. In addition they particularly have stuff on self contact. For me, it has undoubtedly had the Gray’s Anatomy impact, i.e. being turned on on a regular basis!”
Says Lindsay on the case for giving guys flowers: “I’ve found that kids love getting flowers, too. It’s an typically ignored present for them, and all the kids I’ve given them to have been delighted.”
Says Meg on the case for giving guys flowers: “I used to be that unique commenter [who gave her octogenarian male neighbor flowers]. My neighbor nonetheless brings up these flowers, months later. Not too long ago I acquired him a shower bomb, simply to blow his thoughts.”
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