Why I Stopped
Auditioning By: Ryan D. Daniels Originally posted on September 24, 2016 A man wants a woman who
has her own, a woman who can cook, a woman who keeps herself up, a woman who is
this, a woman who is that. At one point in time I saw myself at least in a
happy and stable relationship by the time I was 25. Every time I became halfway
serious with a guy I started auditioning for the wife role—cooking and doing
whatever in between to make him realize I was the “one”. However, as my 26th
birthday draws nigh I realized something the man who is meant for me isn’t
going to need for me to audition.
Foreword to "To Live, Learn, and Die in Halifax Co.":
I am a lifestyle writer not a journalist. I normally write about funny stuff: love, life, and a laughter. I like making people laugh not think; I leave that to serious people. When I posted this essay it wasn't to attack anyone and it wasn't to be attacked or chided in return. Normally my posts get about 100 views in a couple of weeks but within two hours of me posting this piece it had over 1000 views. Let me be clear, I am not an expert on schools, I am not an expert on taxation, I am not an expert on the finances of Halifax County. However, anyone with two eyes can look around and see that Halifax County is SUFFERING. I wrote this piece because I have seen the effects that our piss poor schools have had on my generation and all subsequent generations. I spoke about my grandmother's work ethic and her desire to see her children do better not to focus on her parenting. It was to focus on the fact that the text…
“Say Goodnight to the Good Guy”Insecure Episode 8 RecapBy: Honey B. Baker The series Insecure started out full of effervescent laughs and lighthearted comedy but you could feel a darker tone boiling under even in episode 1. Take for instance the string Molly felt when Issa performed “Broken Pussy”, a mocking rebuke of Molly's love life at the Open Mic night. The sneaking and the contemplating Issa did when she received the Happy Birthday/I Miss You message from Daniel. Then there was Lawrence’s thoughtlessness when it came to Issa’s birthday. However, these instances were soon smoothed over and life went on.