Another Awkward Week [10.5.12]

And just like that, another week comes to a close. “Like sand through an hour glass, so are the Days of our Lives.”

Here’s what was keeping it awkward this week:

These Socks.

We’re having a bit of an Indian Summer here in NYC, a vaguely (extremely) racist term which always makes me think of Little House on the Prairie (remember The Long Winter, you guys?!) and I decided this warm day was the perfect excuse to try out the booties & bare legs trend I’ve been seeing around. It’s not going great. Whenever I wear like “an outfit” I always end up feeling super self conscious and wishing I’d stuck to jeggings. Today I didn’t want barefeet in my boots (stanky!) so I’m wearing a really scrunched down pair of nude knee-high stockings which keep unscrunching themselves and riding up my legs & outta my boots. It’s not a good look, gang. Not a good look.

This Bandage.

On Tuesday night I straight up butchered my thumb making enchiladas and used up all my band aids, so instead of buying more I crafted this bandage out of scotch tape and part of a panty liner. How’s that for thinking outside the box (of Kotex)!

This Lady’s VPL.


That’ll teach her to wear white skirts after 1983.

The Creep Who Photographed This Lady’s VPL.

Oh hay!

It’s been a long week, you guys, a long, long week.

7 thoughts on “Another Awkward Week [10.5.12]

  1. Haha! Love the new ways of using kotex! I mean, what would MacGyver do? 🙂 Also, for the booties. I hear ya. No socks means stinky business, but you can use anklet socks next time 🙂 But then it wouldn’t be as funny. Keep it up!

  2. I sometimes use (unused) tampons to remove nail polish when I run out of cotton balls.

    This booties trend you speak of has yet to reach the midwest.

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