I’m always so turned off when a job description contains the word “daily.” That’s too much pressure.
Turns out brunch is not so bad if a handsome Spaniard makes it for you.
At the risk of being labeled humorless (twice), strident, hostile, without redeeming features, irrational, having undiscerning mentality, being self-styled “liberated” women, ridiculous schoolgirls at various stages of arrested development, manhaters, dreary exhibitionists, neurotic, uninspired, depressing, unproductive, unimaginative, lacking initiative, self-oppressing, mislaid, dishonest, pointless, hypocritical, girl scouts, superficial, foolish, idle, empty-headed, insecure, unfulfilled, brainwashed, mismanaged, not having self-understanding, badly assembled commodities, a bum trip (twice), and this year’s hula-hoop, we still choose to answer Jane Austen-Douglas’ article which appeared in a June issue of EVO. We must first compliment her on her seemingly limitless supply and imaginative use of the negative adjectives (there were no repetitions except in the two cases noted above). —The Collective/Women in Transition, from the July 28, 1970 issue of the East Village Other
not me: That is the greatest compliment I have ever gotten! You look amazing too, you look like Mary Poppins.
me: That is the greatest compliment I have ever gotten! What about also not me, he looks like the little kid in "Open Your Heart to Me."
also not me: I am amazing.
Penelope Tree for Vogue Italia, 1973.
the teepee (?) in the bg is troubling. But looook at her hair
From the zine Infinite Relationships.
Relevant because of friendships also becoming as fraught as relationships, about submission and dominance in friendship, about aspirational friendship, about the (im)possibilities of post-aspirational friendship.