the internet
Sometimes I get freaked out if I have to call for a pizza, even if I know doing so will result in piping hot pizza. PIZZA.
It all started with Reddit (as so many strange and terrible things do).
the internet
Saying the word “boyfriend” on my Twitter or Instagram elicits the most heinous responses from men who are fans of my radio-show-having ex.
how not to be a dick
A comment thread is over when names are called, especially if anyone brings up the Nazis.
internet boyfriends
“There are some things I feel like I should come clean about,” he started.
the internet
family drama
I didn’t know it yet, but by the time I sent that tweet, my mom had already been dead for nine minutes.
creep shaming
This is your Internet and you have the right to see all the dong you want and none that you don't.
I now receive a minimum of one Kickstarter campaign solicitation in my email in-box every week. It feels a little like blackmail.
i barely know how sex works today
When I was a kid, my parents made sure to tell me that babies were made from sperm and eggs, but it took me 15 years to figure out that balls don't live inside dudes like sleeping chipmunks.
There is nothing people like more than reading obviously fabricated bullshit about a fat person attempting to travel from place to place on a plane.
I bind you, Nancy. I bind you from sending me wiener pics on Twitter.
When I was 10, I was one of the founding members of the "I Hate Shonda Club," which boasted an impressive roster of three girls from my street.
the internet
Don't worry, this is not another "are women funny?" thing, because ZZZZZ. This is something else entirely. )
As much as I love technology and the convenience and connectedness that go along with it, I get weary of looking at screens.
teen girls
The combination of teen girls and the Internet tends to provoke a specific kind of fear, one of tender innocents corrupted and potentially abused by older people, usually men.
I had a full fledged Overreaction to an email from a stranger. Here's the uplifting note he wrote me back
I don't think my addiction is hurting anybody, but it's prrrrrrobably annoying a lot of people.
say something nice on the internet day
My love affair with the Internet and its people.
I had the first inkling of “Maaaybe I should slow down on the blogging about my kid” around the time my son turned one-and-a-half and started looking and acting like more of an actual person.
Finally I got a return email. I was halfway to an adrenaline buzz as I opened it. But, instead of an attack that I was intentionally trying to draw out of her, I found this.

Mar 9, 2012 at 12:00pm | 48 comments

Have you ever had someone write something really mean about you online? And then you found out they got hired to be sitting right next to you at work -- day after day?