The WASP Girl Guide to Damage Control
Everyone has “those weekends”. Okay, not everyone. But we hope, for your sake, that the embarrassing antics only lasted for one unforgettable (or completely forgettable, depending on the amount of G&Ts consumed) evening. But in the unlikely event that a lady forgets her manners and her mind, we’ve formulated a foolproof plan to help restore your dignity. First...
“Sometimes I binge and I forget to purge.” Major WASP Girl Problem - The cycle of bingeing and purging. Mainly just bingeing and the horribly inevitable weight gain it causes. Why, you say? Scientifically speaking, eventual weight gain occurs due to the fact that - wait for it - caloric intake is hardly affected by even the most immediate purging. Sucks to suck.
What your drink says about you lists often label the G&T drinker as a “sophisticate”, “wannabe sophisticate”, or just “one who enjoys a good drink”. Before we address this, it is prudent to observe other such drinking stereotypes. One who habitually downs vodka is showing the world they do not actually like alcohol, as exemplified by their attempts to...
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A View From the Darlington House: Looks like we aren’t the only ones who like to play house. Lunch breaks can easily be consumed by reading this lovely blog, a cocktail of rules, myths, and commentary about social decorum and leading a proper lifestyle in general. ”Reggie Darling” even devotes an entire (and lengthy) post about polishing your silver. ”An Ivy League...
On “the future” and such: when conversing with the family it is vital to master the art of having enough of a past to be interesting, yet enough of a future to be taken seriously. How does one engage the elder generations in meaningful conversation without feeling like a degenerate? The questions are predictable - and the responses below have worked to diffuse my (albeit four G&Ts...