"I started outsourcing the swiping part. I hired a University of Chicago undergrad. I give her my phone and have her swipe for three hours while I’m in class for $25. I picked a girl because they have better taste than men and would be less likely to sabotage my matches. I don’t have any preferences as far as race or look."
—Bros, a Mormon, a virgin, and others dish on life in the Tinderverse in Kiera Feldman’s epic piece for Playboy.com today.
10:23 am • 10 September 2014 • 1 note
“is it hippy touristy in a bad way or in a chill way? I am down to #eatpraylove”
— me in an email to Ben, planning trip to India.
9:37 pm • 9 September 2014 • 2 notes
Only Ice Bucket Challenge I’m glad exists.
12:17 pm • 27 August 2014 • 2 notes
“I think all those ghetto/goth kids are doing something with Melissa Burns; all the weirdo kids. She’s got something going on with all the kids who are all future-future or past-future or… I don’t even know what you’d call them. They’re so modern, and weird. But it’s not like it was.”
— Chloe Sevigny on today’s club kids
4:13 pm • 25 August 2014 • 2 notes
“Here’s my Bustle take on Bustle: Bryan Goldberg is creating paying jobs for female writers who would otherwise be toiling without an outlet or a paycheck. On the other hand, the paychecks are borderline criminal. Still, they’re better than nothing. But then again, the writers are awarded for creating content that promotes the idea that women aren’t very interesting. In the end, though, millions of women have found it interesting enough to click.”
— Amanda Hess on the surprising success of lady-site Bustle, where the articles always strive for “balance”
3:40 pm • 21 August 2014