Apathetic to One’s Own Plight

Sam walked around his kitchen, searching aimlessly for inspiration to write a blog post that he spent too much time deliberating upon. After opening his fridge door, only to find expired broccoli and leftovers from the local Mexican restaurant, Sam stumbled over to the counter to grab his phone.  “Fuck this,” he said in frustration,... Continue Reading →

Julie Pearson

***BO MONEYY WINNER ANNOUNCED AT END OF ARTICLE*** With coronavirus in full-swing, it’s been hard to achieve normalcy. Going out and meeting people is no longer possible, at least not in the conventional sense. Grabbing a cappuccino at the local coffee shop has been replaced by taking walks around the neighborhood and maintaining six feet,... Continue Reading →

Mrs. Frump (No Relation to Donald)

One day, Bailey was sitting in her metaphysics class, twiddling her thumbs as she daydreamed about all the fun things she wanted to do this weekend. “Excuse me, Bailey! Pay attention!” hollered Bailey’s teacher, Mrs. Frump. “I’m sorry, Mrs. Frump,” Bailey told her teacher before turning her attention back to the chalkboard that was filled... Continue Reading →

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