Lil Uzi Vert Has Harsh Words For Anyone Thinking He Got Arrested

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Episode 1132 Scott Adams PART2: Scalia’s Last Words Discovered, Iran Gets Flexible Maybe, Coronavirus Surprises, Biden HOAXES

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Episode 1091 Scott Adams: My Antifa Neighbor Doesn’t Like Me, Brain-Dead Biden, Lots of Curse Words Today

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  • Unfair attacks on Kamala’s personal past
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Stephen Jackson: Used ‘wrong words’ in defense of DeSean Jackson’s posts

Stephen Jackson told CNN he could have been clearer in his defense of the Eagles WR’s anti-Semitic messages.
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Black Lives Matter: In the Words of Oprah Winfrey, Ciara, Lizzo and Other Stars

Oprah, Celebs Celebrating GraduatesBlack Lives Matter.
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Mayfield: Actions, not words my focus for Year 3

Baker Mayfield has struck a quieter tone entering Year 3 in the NFL. Said the Browns’ QB after a rocky sophomore season: “It’s just time to work, do our thing, instead of talking about it.”
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Lizzo is lost for words after discovering Beyonce wished her a happy birthday

The ‘Juice’ singer turned 32 on Monday (27.04.20), and to celebrate the special occasion, fellow singer Beyonce took the time to send
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Short Takes: The Future of Fashion in Three Words

WWD asked its rolodex of sustainable fashion pioneers to answer one question. In three words, what is the future of fashion?
“Regenerative organic agriculture.” — Rose Marcario, president and ceo of Patagonia.
“Caring’s not enough.” — Colleen Vien, sustainability director at Timberland.
“Accountability, sustainability, circularity.” — Marci Zaroff, founder and chief executive officer of EcoFashion Corp.
“Sustainable, ethical, artisanal.” — Livia Firth, creative director and cofounder of Eco-Age
“In three words? I can do it in two. For me, it is empathy and respect.” — Orsola de Castro, cofounder and creative director of Fashion Revolution
“Reconnected, renewed, revolutionary.” — Carry Somers, founder and global operations director of Fashion Revolution
“Circular, regenerative, digital.” — Patrick Duffy, founder of Global Fashion Exchange
“Designed for recycling.” — Rachel Kibbe, circularity and textile waste consultant
“I don’t know. That’s it. There’s a part of me that thinks it’s going to change, and I’m certainly asking myself that question. Right now, I think we’re all just wanting to be a bit slower, quieter and kinder.” — Bay Garnett, senior independent fashion advisor at Oxfam
“Black and brown indigenous.” — Dominique Drakeford, cofounder of Sustainable Brooklyn, founder of MelaninASS blog
“Essential, mindful, value-add. I think a big word that’s been thrown around a lot is ‘essential.’ Not products that are superfluous. Can

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The NFL draft’s most unstoppable edge rusher, in the words of opponents

One coach compared him to an unkillable movie villain. Ex-Ohio State star Chase Young was known for destroying QBs and offensive game plans. Here’s how he did it, from the people who lived it.
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In Emotional Address, Queen Elizabeth Offers Words of Hope to Britain

LONDON — With the number of coronavirus deaths in Britain approaching 5,000 and people confined to their homes under ever-stricter lockdown measures, Queen Elizabeth II made an extraordinary — and very personal — address to the British public on Sunday night, urging people to exercise their self-discipline and resolve, and telling them “better days will return.”
No one else here could have delivered such a powerful message: The Queen, who turns 94 later this month, drew on Britain’s 20th-century history — and her own past — in an effort to comfort the public and rouse them to action in fighting the spread of COVID-19.
She said Sunday night’s address reminded her of the very first broadcast she made. It was during World War II, when she was a teenager, and she spoke alongside her younger sister, Princess Margaret.
“We, as children, spoke from here at Windsor to children who had been evacuated from their homes and sent away for their own safety. Today, once again, many will feel a painful sense of separation from their loved ones. But now, as then, we know, deep down, that it is the right thing to do,” she said.
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Eleven Words – David Foster

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Eleven Words

David Foster

Genre: Classical Crossover

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: April 3, 2020

© A Decca Records US release; ℗ 2020 Chartmaker Records, Inc., under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Who Is Jill Scott?: Words and Sounds, Vol. 1 – Jill Scott

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Who Is Jill Scott?: Words and Sounds, Vol. 1

Jill Scott

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: July 18, 2000

© ℗ 2000 Hidden Beach Records

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The Ring Without Words – Berlin Philharmonic & Lorin Maazel

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The Ring Without Words

Berlin Philharmonic & Lorin Maazel

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: November 1, 2011


Strongly influenced by the comments of Richard Wagner’s grandson, Wieland, about the importance of the orchestra in the Ring, Lorin Maazel eventually agreed to produce a symphonic synthesis of the tetralogy, which he called The Ring Without Words. It is a seventy-five-minute orchestral distillation that is designed with the express purpose of bringing the magic of these monumental music dramas to a new audience of musically sensitive listeners through the sumptuous playing that he draws from the Berlin Philharmonic.

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pictures and words – Curtis Williams II

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pictures and words

Curtis Williams II

Genre: Visual Arts

Publish Date: October 2, 2019

Publisher: Self

Seller: Curtis Williams II


step one to an unknown journey. the author believes that this will open up a new world.

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Two Words

First grade teacher: “There are two words I don’t allow in my class. One is ‘gross’ and the other is ‘cool.'”

Rachel: “Yeah? So, what are the words?”

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Words of Radiance – Brandon Sanderson

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Words of Radiance

Brandon Sanderson

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 36.99

Publish Date: March 4, 2014

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Cousins injury left Draymond ‘at a loss for words’

Draymond Green was at a loss for words and didn’t know what he could say to DeMarcus Cousins after the news of Cousins’ crushing ACL injury.
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Away With Words, Part 1 – EP – Angel Vivaldi

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Away With Words, Part 1 – EP

Angel Vivaldi

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 4.95

Release Date: March 11, 2014

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Music Is Better Than Words – Seth MacFarlane

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Music Is Better Than Words

Seth MacFarlane

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: January 1, 2011

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‘Warrior coming out’: The three words that light up Oracle Arena

A simple direction to clear a path has become a signature moment marking the start of Stephen Curry’s must-see warm-up routine.
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Love and Other Words (Unabridged) – Christina Lauren

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Love and Other Words (Unabridged)

Christina Lauren

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 12.99

Publish Date: April 10, 2018

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No Words – Lawrence O. Cook

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No Words

Lawrence O. Cook

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: April 26, 2019

© ℗ 2019 LOCMUSIC

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Parting Words: How Does The Challenge‘s Da’Vonne Describe Her Bond With Bear?

‘Challenge’ Prospect Bear was eliminated during tonight’s ‘War of the Worlds’ episode, and his former teammate Da’Vonne is opening up about his exit.
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Scott Ian: Swearing Words in Glasgow – Scott Ian

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Scott Ian: Swearing Words in Glasgow

Scott Ian

Genre: Music Feature Films

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: November 11, 2014


Legendary heavy metal musician, author, and television personality SCOTT IAN had a lot to say on the European and United States legs of his groundbreaking Speaking “Swearing Words” Tour. After decades-worth of international touring with Anthrax, bumping elbows with illustrious (and sometimes ridiculous) characters all over the media spectrum, and undergoing general “you won’t believe this” experiences— SCOTT IAN certainly had some hilarious and surprisingly personal stories to share. “Swearing Words” is an honest look at the insane life that Scott has led for the last 31 years, the people he’s met, and the events that coincide. Now, you can experience Scott’s “Swearing Words” Tour by way of Swearing Words in Glasgow, available via Megaforce Records on November 13, 2014.

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Love and Other Words (Unabridged) – Christina Lauren

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Love and Other Words (Unabridged)

Christina Lauren

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 3.99

Publish Date: April 10, 2018

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Lindsay Lohan’s Best Beach Club Words of Wisdom

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Bill Cosby’s Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame Vandalized With Words ‘Serial Rapist’ & ‘#Me Too’

Bill Cosby’s star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame has been vandalized. In blue permanent marker, someone wrote “serial rapist” and “#MeToo” next to his name on the star. 


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Away With Words, Part 1 – EP – Angel Vivaldi

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Away With Words, Part 1 – EP

Angel Vivaldi

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 4.95

Release Date: March 11, 2014

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A Thousand Words – Brian Robbins

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A Thousand Words

Brian Robbins

Genre: Comedy

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Release Date: March 9, 2012


Fast-talking Jack McCall (Eddie Murphy) says whatever it takes to close a deal. But after stretching the truth with a spiritual guru, he suddenly finds his life depending on a magical tree with 1,000 leaves…one for every word he has left. Now Jack's got to stop talking and conjure up some outrageous ways to communicate or he's a goner. See why A Thousand Words is the hilarious, feel-good comedy that has it all: "great cast, great laughs [and a] great time!" Shawn Edwards, FOX-TV

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Words – Single – Ashley Scott


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Anthony Bourdain in his own words

Anthony Bourdain, the gifted chef, storyteller and writer who took TV viewers around the world to explore culture, cuisine and the human condition for nearly two decades, has died at the age of 61.


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How to Find Your Soul Mate – Change Your Words (3 Tips for Women)

All in all, the quest to find your soul mate will be strengthened or sabotaged by your words. This article offers three simple yet powerful tips to help women get on track.
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Stephen Colbert Shows How Trump’s Own Words Just Came Back To Bite Him In The Butt

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My son crawled for the first time while I was away on exercises. I also missed Harry’s first steps and was afraid an upcoming course would cause me to
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Music Is Better Than Words – Seth MacFarlane

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Music Is Better Than Words

Seth MacFarlane

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: January 1, 2011

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The Unspoken Word(s) – Will Pohlman

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The Unspoken Word(s)

Will Pohlman

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: December 7, 2017

Publisher: Will Pohlman

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The Unspoken Word(s). Download to discover your unspoken words.

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Words of Radiance: The Stormlight Archive, Book 2 (Unabridged) – Brandon Sanderson

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Words of Radiance: The Stormlight Archive, Book 2 (Unabridged)

Brandon Sanderson

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 47.95

Publish Date: March 4, 2014

© ℗ © 2014 Macmillan Audio

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Kevin Hart, Extortionist’s Rage Captured in Audio With His Own Words

[[tmz:video id=”0_05b8pwdn”]] The woman who tried extorting Kevin Hart with a 4 minute and 47 second video sweetened the images with Kevin Hart’s own words about cheating and fidelity. TMZ broke the story … the extortionist created a highly-produced…

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Stephen Colbert Is Back With 11 Brutal Words For Donald Trump

The “Late Show” host has a biting message for the president.
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Seth Meyers Uses ‘Lying Hypocrite’ Donald Trump’s Words Against Him

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5 Most Shocking Things From the Controversial New Princess Diana Documentary, Diana: In Her Own Words

Princess Diana At Her DeskNearly two decades after her shocking death, Princess Diana’s personal life has been opened up for the public in a new documentary, Diana: In Her Own Words, that uses controversial tapes of…


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Wrong Words: Are these song lyrics correct?

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Six Little Words That Can Change Your Sex Life

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Obama has some words of advice for Kanye

U.S. President Barack Obama pokes fun at rapper Kanye West, says he’s “a guy who I hear has been talking about launching a potential political career.” Rough Cut (no reporter narration).


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Little Hearts, Big Words – EP – Amanda Taylor

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Little Hearts, Big Words – EP

Amanda Taylor

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 4.95

Release Date: October 5, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Amanda Taylor

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Review: ‘Keith Richards: Under the Influence,’ in His Own Gravelly Words

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Let Andy Samberg Tell You The 7 (Not-So) Dirty Words You (Almost) Can’t Say On TV

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Eli Manning: “My Mouth Is Always A Little Open So Words Escape Sometimes Without Me Knowing”

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Wagner: The “Ring” Without Words – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra & Lorin Maazel

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Wagner: The "Ring" Without Words

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra & Lorin Maazel

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 1, 1988

© ℗ 1988 Telarc

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Words gain ground at Britain’s summer music festivals

By Jan Harvey MALMESBURY, England (Reuters) – Poetry is the latest crowd draw at Britain’s music festivals, once havens of rebellious rock but now as settled in the nation’s summer calendar as Wimbledon and Royal Ascot horse racing. The Hip Yak Poetry Shack, in a woodland corner of the world music WOMAD festival, pulled in the punters this weekend with Jonny Fluffypunk — a self-styled “stand-up poet, give-up guitarist, sustainable nihilist” — and gritty urban bard Dizraeli. The stage was set up by stand-up poet and comedian Liv Torc, one of the 15 performers appearing this year.
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The Most Wanted Man in the World: Edward Snowden in His Own Words

Dispatched to Moscow, famed portrait photographer Platon captured a never-before-seen side of Edward Snowden for WIRED. In this riveting montage, the elusive whistleblower explains the thinking behind his decision to reveal the extent of domestic surveillance being conducted by US intelligence services.
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Guest DJ: Kate Tempest On The Power Of Words

Our guest DJ of the week, poet and rapper Kate Tempest, picked music that breaks through circumstance to reach audiences directly.

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Who Is Jill Scott? – Words and Sounds, Vol. 1 – Jill Scott

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Who Is Jill Scott? – Words and Sounds, Vol. 1

Jill Scott

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: July 18, 2000

© ℗ 2000 Hidden Beach

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Words Tim Never Thought He’d Say | Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s | Oprah Winfrey Network

Opening a drive-thru Sweetie Pie’s restaurant was not an easy task, but Tim and the staff managed to get past their rough start. Tim knows he wouldn’t have successfully opened the Lindbergh location without the help of his trusted employees and he’s shocked at how much he’s come to rely on the previously irresponsible lil’ Charles.

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When Miss Robbie Montgomery, a 1960s backup singer and former “Ikette,” suffered a collapsed lung and had to stop singing, she decided to pour her talents into another creative venture—a soul food restaurant called Sweetie Pie’s. . This docuseries follows the loud, loving and often singing Montgomery family as they work to expand their empire, one soulful dish at a time.

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It’s a phrase you’ve heard many times before, and it’s always a harbinger of bad things to come. Men hate it as much as any combination of words in the English language. Find out why Steve Harvey says this particular phrase ‘drove a nail’ into your man’s forehead.

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Four Bathroom Photos Tweeted Are Worth a Thousand Words

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It’s been a long time coming, but the LGBT community has finally made it clear, in stunning visual images, why the upsurge in extremist “bathroom bills” is absurd. While the focus of the legislation is, and always has been, on trans women in the women’s bathrooms, no attention has been paid to the flip side – trans men, assigned female at birth, being forced into the women’s bathrooms. While some cisgender women in those facilities may be uncomfortable with a woman they feel appears too masculine – and these at times include lesbian and straight cisgender women as well as transgender women – they need to grapple with these photos, since they are the inevitable consequence of the laws being considered.

The newest bathroom bills began in Canada, and have recently been taken up in (1) Texas which requires karyotyping (chromosome testing) at the bathroom door of a public accommodation and penalties for the owners and managers of said facilities, (2) Florida, with some mysterious test for “biological sex at birth” and similar penalties, both in public accommodations and workplaces, and (3) Kentucky, with similar restrictions in schools. Both Kentucky and Texas would offer significant cash bounties to snitches.

An upbeat assessment of this flurry of bathroom criminalization bills comes from my friend and colleague, Brynn Tannehill, writing in the Huffington Post, where she concludes:

These bathroom bills represent a futile and not particularly well-thought-out side show to where the real point of attack is. Their introduction may be simple grandstanding for the base, fear mongering or sincerely held paranoia, but as public accommodations access becomes settled law these bills will have less and less “pull.”

People whose greatest fears in life include transgender people in bathrooms will increasingly be seen for what they are, and the rest of us will be able to just get on with our lives.

Or, after some considered thought, might those same anxious women and their concerned men discover that this situation is just as absurd, and conclude that a woman is a woman is a woman?

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Four Bathroom Photos Tweeted Are Worth a Thousand Words

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It’s been a long time coming, but the LGBT community has finally made it clear, in stunning visual images, why the upsurge in extremist “bathroom bills” is absurd. While the focus of the legislation is, and always has been, on trans women in the women’s bathrooms, no attention has been paid to the flip side – trans men, assigned female at birth, being forced into the women’s bathrooms. While some cisgender women in those facilities may be uncomfortable with a woman they feel appears too masculine – and these at times include lesbian and straight cisgender women as well as transgender women – they need to grapple with these photos, since they are the inevitable consequence of the laws being considered.

The newest bathroom bills began in Canada, and have recently been taken up in (1) Texas which requires karyotyping (chromosome testing) at the bathroom door of a public accommodation and penalties for the owners and managers of said facilities, (2) Florida, with some mysterious test for “biological sex at birth” and similar penalties, both in public accommodations and workplaces, and (3) Kentucky, with similar restrictions in schools. Both Kentucky and Texas would offer significant cash bounties to snitches.

An upbeat assessment of this flurry of bathroom criminalization bills comes from my friend and colleague, Brynn Tannehill, writing in the Huffington Post, where she concludes:

These bathroom bills represent a futile and not particularly well-thought-out side show to where the real point of attack is. Their introduction may be simple grandstanding for the base, fear mongering or sincerely held paranoia, but as public accommodations access becomes settled law these bills will have less and less “pull.”

People whose greatest fears in life include transgender people in bathrooms will increasingly be seen for what they are, and the rest of us will be able to just get on with our lives.

Or, after some considered thought, might those same anxious women and their concerned men discover that this situation is just as absurd, and conclude that a woman is a woman is a woman?

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Let’s just all grow up, so we can get to this:

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7 Words Stopped Me From Being a Jerk to My Son

I can’t say I was really happy recently when I got in my freezing cold car around 7:30 to drive an hour and 45 minutes north to go skiing.

In fact, when I saw my girlfriend later that morning on line to take the gondola up to the top of the mountain, I told her that the only thing that could make the day any better was if there was going to be some kind of math involved at some point. “Are we doing any word problems later?” I joked as we inched our way up to the front of the endless line.

My 12-year-old son, on the other hand, was practically giddy.

I heard him hop right out of bed when his alarm went off at 6:30 and then he poked his head inside my room to see if I was getting up.

“A few more minutes, buddy,” I told him, probably not in my cheeriest voice.

When I finally lumbered downstairs 15 minutes later for coffee, he was sitting on a stool at our island eating the toast slathered with peanut butter that he’d made himself and already dressed in warm layers for his day on the slopes. The night before, while I sat on the couch and watched “How to Get Away With Murder” and pretended the following day wasn’t happening, he was busy packing up all his ski gear in a backpack and laying out his clothes for the next day. He even put my skis and boots in the back of our SUV.

I am a reluctant skier. I came to the sport later in life and never found it very natural to strap sticks to the bottom of my feet and shoot down a mountain. It ain’t right.

But my ex-husband was passionate about the sport and back in the day, I really wanted to be the kind of girlfriend who was up for anything. You know, the Cool Girl. The one who, according to Amazing Amy in Gone Girl, “is basically the girl who likes every f*cking thing he likes and doesn’t ever complain.”

But I don’t think I ever totally fooled him. For one thing, I’m a scaredy cat and not a really good sport. I’m sure I didn’t make things easy. But God bless him, he was patient with me. He helped me put my boots on and carried my skis and poles around. He followed me down the mountain and reminded me to bend my knees, lean forward and not swing my arms around. In fact, to this day, I still hear his voice in my head as I make my way down a mountain and adjust accordingly.

When our kids were old enough to hit the slopes, he’d get them all ready for a day in ski school — stuffing little bodies clad in pajamas and turtlenecks (this was before all the fancy long johns came along) into bibbed snow pants and putting all the right socks and boots and gloves on all of those little hands and feet — and wrangle them over to their lessons. Then later, he’d take them out himself, showing them the proper way to get on and off a chairlift and skiing backwards down the mountain as they followed behind, their little skis making a “pizza slice” as they plowed their way through the snow.

A couple of times he even took the older three kids away for the long President’s Weekend to ski with his sister and her kids while I stayed home — secretly relieved — to take care of our little guy. While I sat on the couch, watching movie after movie and drinking red wine, they mastered moguls and learned to ski through wooded glades and by the time I got back out on the slopes with them a few years later, I found myself once again the slowest and most remedial skier in the pack.

So, when my marriage was finally ending, I joked that at least I’d never have to ski again. “It’s the silver lining,” I’d like to tell people.

Except my kids missed it. While I saw it as one giant, expensive hassle that resulted in staring down a steep, icy slope with frozen toes, they grew up thinking that nothing could be more fun. And because we’d taken them away on a bunch of ski trips over the years, they also associated it with cozy nights sitting on the floor with their cousins playing Spit and Rummy and splashing around an indoor pool.

While I was going through my divorce, my girlfriend offered me her condo in Stratton, VT for a weekend to take the kids skiing and I saw it as an opportunity to prove to myself that I could do things like that by myself, even though I still had a 6-year-old to manage. The trip started badly when I discovered, after I’d gone and rented all four of them equipment from a local ski place, that our fairly new SUV didn’t have the proper bars on top to clip on our old ski rack. I’d have to shove them inside along with all our bags and helmets and groceries I’d bought for the long weekend.

And that’s when I sat down and started to cry in the family room with my daughters looking on. But in the first of what would be many times when the kids would rally around me, the girls assured me we’d be able to fit everything inside our truck and even though we were probably pretty squished on the five-hour drive north that Thursday night, not one kid complained.

We were up bright-and-early the next morning to catch the 8:15 shuttle from the condo complex to the mountain, standing outside with all of our bags and equipment in the freezing January air, when after a while, one of the maintenance guys drove by and told us that the shuttle did not run on weekdays. So we shoved everything back into our truck and headed over to the mountain and when we pulled into the lot, saw that the shuttle bus was loading passengers to take them to the lodge.

We made a mad scramble to get all the skis and poles, helmets and bags out and over to the shuttle and I ushered all of the kids up the steps and into the back. It was the kind of bus that I imagined was also used to shuttle migrant workers around to jobs, with a big, open back where passengers stood and held onto poles.

The kids and I pushed our way into the bus that was mostly filled with silver-haired retirees, who were probably taking advantage of the smaller crowds and cheaper pricing of weekday skiing. I ordered all of the kids to hold onto something and started counting heads.

One was missing.

“Where’s Nick?” I shouted, and the three older kids just stared back at me.

“He’s over here,” came an unfamiliar voice from the back of the bus, very near the opening where I could barely make out trees rushing by as we headed towards the mountain. And then I saw my 6-year-old standing really close to that gaping opening.

“Can you grab him?” I yelled to the nice woman who’d alerted me to his whereabouts and she yanked him away from the opening and held him by the shoulders until we pulled up to the ski lodge.

I bought lift tickets and clipped them to everyone’s ski jackets, wrapping the long sticker onto the wire and thinking how easy it had looked when the kids’ dad had put our tickets on us all those years. The little guy went to ski school and the other kids and I spent the day going up and down the mountain.

But in the end, it wasn’t as much fun as it used to be. Something was missing. And maybe it was the expense of it all or that teenagers had no interest in going anywhere with just me, but we never went again.

I’ve gone a couple of times with girlfriends since then and took my youngest to learn how to snowboard at a place about two hours from here, and I waited in the lodge while he took a lesson with some friends.

But he’s been dying to do it again. And it’s not enough that his dad is taking him away for a weekend to ski this month. He needed to go skiing with me.

So when a couple of families in town were heading to a mountain in New Jersey to ski on Sunday, he was all over it. Initially I said I’d take him but just hang around the lodge while he skied with his buddies because A: I don’t really need to ski and B: I’m not the richest cat right now. I’d rather spend that $ 65 on a manicure and a pedicure or when the kids and I go to Hong Kong next month.

“Why don’t you see if Dad wants to go skiing with you, dude?” I suggested.

But he looked at me with those big blue eyes of his and said, “But Mom, it can be our thing.”

“I’ve never even seen you ski,” he added.

Poop.

I mean, who around here even wants to do anything with me any more? Pretty much nobody. And soon, this kid won’t want to either, as evidenced by his actions last summer.

And for as much as I complain about skiing, there’s really no better family activity. Nothing beats having a teenager trapped next to you on a chairlift on a long ride up a mountain or laughing over dinner at night about who fell during what run or who was the last to the bottom of the trail (usually me on all counts).

So that is how I found myself on a recent Sunday standing on a line akin to one you’d find waiting for Space Mountain on Good Friday to rent the kid a snowboard for the day. We stored our bags in lockers and made our way outside and I marveled for not the first time at how easy my ex had made all of it look. And after a rocky first run that found my son on his butt more than standing upright on his board, he quickly found his rhythm and we had a great day. Even though he had two buddies to fool around in the terrain park and see who could catch the most air, he also wanted his mom as part of the pack.

After one run we stopped at the bottom to take some pictures of our group with our phones and I asked my friends if they’d take one of my son and me. As we stood with our arms around each other’s waist and our helmets touching, he said, “I really like seeing you ski, Mom,” and I cursed myself for being such a jerk earlier that day. For even considering not doing something that would bring him so much joy.

It’s like those old MasterCard commercials, in which I’d tally up the costs of our ski day — the lift tickets, equipment rental, $ 4 slices of pizza, my lost beauty sleep — and then tell you, in no uncertain terms, that the end result was truly priceless.

(And look, there was even some math involved.)

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Why wait until your baby can talk to have a full-blown conversation?

This dad certainly doesn’t have a problem communicating with his 8-month-old baby girl, Violet. The two just lock eyes, babble, and appear to have a blast.

“It’s been a slow news week over here — Paul has been sick, Violet has been sick, and I’ve been doing the glamorous job of taking care of everyone,” Violet’s mom Leesha, who vlogs quite a bit, wrote in the YouTube description. “Violet finally is starting to feel better, so here’s a quick clip of her and Paul having a … conversation?”

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Meet Kris and Bridge, just a couple of newlyweds, giddy with love, who will celebrate their one-year anniversary this month. Although no two love stories are the same, Kris and Bridge’s story is exceptionally special and exceptionally sweet. And what they have been through in the first year of marriage is exceptionally intense.

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Kris was in a committed relationship and had a daughter with his partner when he realized that he was transgender. After reaching out to others in the trans community and a lot of “soul searching,” he began transitioning from female to male in early 2013. By that summer, Kris and his partner had broken up.

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Although Kris says that the breakup was not due to his transition, the breakup turned his world upside down, and he began to question everything, eventually returning to living as female.

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Looking back, Kris said that he knows now that he stopped transitioning because he was terrified of never finding love as a transgender person. But only a couple months later, Kris would start a journey that would prove how very wrong he was.

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After his breakup Kris joined OKCupid and met a beautiful girl named Bridge. Their love story began the first night they met, when they spent the entire night talking and talking and talking. Kris and Bridge couldn’t get enough of each other and moved in with each other after only two weeks. Bridge says of that time, “He invited me in, and I stayed forever.” Early on in their relationship, Kris told Bridge that he had tried to transition. Bridge was accepting, saying, “I didn’t know then that the story of his transition would continue with me in his life, but I did know that the idea did not frighten or shake me.” Kris was in love and describes the relationship thus:

[W]e truly matched and complemented each other in ways I had never been with any other partner. We rushed — I mean we really rushed — our relationship: We got legally married after three months. Yes, it was crazy and irresponsible and the best decision I have ever made. We were, at the time, two lesbians delighted to be able to get married.

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But soon Kris would start lying awake at night wondering, “What have I done?” Although Bridge knew that Kris had tried to transition before, they were now happily married as two women, and Kris tried to hide his inner turmoil from his wife. Kris was worried about how he would be perceived if he came out again and worried that Bridge would think he had led her on. He worried that people would take his example to argue that trans people choose these lives whimsically, and he cried all the time.

Finally, just two months after their wedding, Kris told Bridge, “I think I might be genderqueer.” Slowly Kris opened up to Bridge more and more. To Kris’ relief, they became closer and closer. A weight had begun to lift, and Kris could feel himself getting closer and closer to who he was born to be. Eventually Kris told his wife that he wanted to transition, and she did not just stand by his side but was proud to be his partner in his journey. Bridge gave Kris a masculine haircut and began exploring the dyke-butch side of herself. Bridge says:

It was all very freeing and mushy and gooey and lovely and sexual for both of us to open up and play with our presentations. We made love to each other like we were falling in love with ourselves. I feel like we found a lot of answers in our bed. I believe sex is a beautiful way to try out/try on gender and sexuality roles, and then take them out into the world as confidence. We talked about our processes endlessly, but it was a beautiful form of expression to then take our ideas to the bedroom in a very sex-positive way.

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Bridge began referring to Kris as “him” rather than “her” easily. Still, calling Kris “husband” was difficult for Bridge, because it challenged her sexual identity as a lesbian. Eventually she says she realized she was a queer. “I was attracted to many different people, and I was definitely attracted to my husband in all his transition glory.”

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On Dec. 29, 2014, Kris had top surgery with Bridge by his side. After the surgery Bridge said, “There you are! You look so much more like yourself.” Of Bridge’s love and support during his surgery and recovery, Kris says:

She cared for me like no one I’ve ever known, with love and compassion. My wife has become my greatest ally, a true partner. I have given her all that I am, and she has done the same. We have built the life that we both deserve, and it is the most beautiful thing that I have ever known. … This love is amazing, and I am lucky to have found it, but it wasn’t until I began to truly live as the person I was meant to be that our love began to become what it is today. Hiding myself only put a barrier between us in which neither of us could get as close as we are now.

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Bridge has unwavering support for Kris and is an important part of his journey:

If anyone has disbelief about the authenticity of a FTM transition, I am here to tell you from experience I knew my husband was the real deal. I watched and comforted him though his breakdowns because he had to live with breasts. … The day that Kris found out that he was going to have top surgery … [h]e truly was the happiest I had seen him in a while. I feel we will always be going through it together. I am always plugged in and a part of all ups and downs surrounding the stages of his transition. I use words like “we” and “us” when I describe to others what he is going through. I just committed. Even before we got married, my heart just committed to the idea of us together. Sometimes people ask me how I am able to handle all of it. I have never seen Kris’ transition as something I had to “handle.” I have only seen it as I was doing what he had been doing all along for me: helping me become a better person. We are just a little more literal than the average couple becoming a better person inside their marriage.

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Kris and Bridge are raising Kris’ daughter together with his ex and her husband. They are currently in the process of trying to have a child of their own together.

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Photographer Sarah Perry offered to document Kris’ transition, the scars, the testosterone shots, the smiles and the tears, because they wanted to tell the story of their relationship.

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Kris says:

[T]hough transitioning is the hardest thing I have ever been through, it made me a better person. In the end it made my life so very much better. We as transgender people face so many obstacles — people that hate us simply for who we are, a healthcare system that is not on our side, families that often disown and berate us — but we can make our own way. We can stand up and say, “I can have what I want and need while being who I truly am.”

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Kris and Bridge want everyone to know:

We are as different as we are similar to any other family. Dan Savage was right: It does get better. Find help, find someone, because it’s out there, I promise.

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More about Kris and Bridge, and mores photos of their journey, can be found here and here, along with a list of resources like this to turn to for help.

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All photos by Sarah Perry Photography

Kris and Bridge dedicate this story to Leelah Alcorn and the countless other LGBTQ youth in our world who suffer solely on the basis of who they are.
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How A Mom’s Words Impact Her Daughter (Especially About Weight) (VIDEO)

Dominique, 21, blames her mom for her lifelong struggle with weight. “My mother is always mean to me and constantly making comments about my weight,” says Dominique. “She’s always telling me that I’m gaining weight, and I shouldn’t be doing that. She’s always picking on me.”

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Her mom, JoAnn, explains, “I’m always on Dominique’s back to lose weight because I’m afraid she’s going to lose control. She needs that little push. I feel like I have to keep on her.”

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Words versus Reason

The problem with reason is that we humans use words to construct thoughts. And words come pre-loaded with all sorts of bias. No matter how hard you try to be reasonable, if you use words, sometimes you simply can't get there from here.

This is part of a larger topic of great interest to me: Ideas that can't be communicated because of their nature. I have several of them trapped inside me.  (I'll blog on that another day.)

Anyway, take for example a headline I saw this morning at BusinessInsider.com: "1/1000 of the US Now Controls More than 1/5 of The Wealth"

"Controls"?

I can't think of a word that is more accurate. And yet the most accurate word is still probably 80% misleading because the word carries too much bias in it.

Stop controlling things, you rich jerks!

As I have previously written, a billionaire can't spend all of his money on himself. In effect, the billionaire possesses maybe $ 50 million that he can personally spend over his lifetime. The rest will necessarily be spent by others, or become part of the productive economy. Does the billionaire really "own" that money in the sense you own your favorite shirt? Yes, technically. But the billionaire's ownership of the excess money (the money he can't realistically spend) is actually more of a responsibility than a benefit.

I meet a lot of super-rich folks in the course of my job. The one thing they all have in common is that they are putting a huge effort into being "responsible" with their excess wealth. Bill Gates is fixing Africa and whatnot. Craig Newmark is deeply involved in veteran issues and other charities. Marc Benioff is building a children's hospital and promoting corporate giving. Warren Buffett is writing gigantic checks to the Gates Foundation, etc.

So while it is perfectly accurate to say the super-rich "control" great wealth, it is equally true to say they will spend a tiny percentage of their wealth on their own pleasure. The rest of it forms a deep responsibility to the world that they are working ceaselessly to satisfy.

I'm sure there are selfish rich people trying to spend it all before they die. But honestly, I haven't met that person. I only meet the ones that are thinking some form of "What can I do for the world with all of this wealth I "control"?

My point is that "control" is an accurate word but a loaded one. It would also be entirely fair and accurate to say a small group of extraordinarily talented folks are working hard to put their excess wealth to good use for the benefit of humanity. But it doesn't make a good headline.

So let me put it to you this way. If a hundred billion dollars suddenly appeared from nowhere, and someone had to be in "control" of it, who would the world prefer for that job? I would pick any of the billionaires I just listed because they would be "responsible" with it while "controlling" it and channeling it to the right places. They wouldn't spend a nickel on themselves because they already have more than they need.

I understand the presumed risk to society when too much wealth is concentrated in too few hands. But keep in mind that this is primarily a psychological issue, albeit one that can turn quickly into a real world problem as ideas so often do. But let's be careful with our choice of words. Bill and Melinda Gates are certainly "controlling" their wealth. But it is also fair to say that their excess wealth confers on them a responsibility to the world that they take seriously.

There's an old saying in banking that if you get a small loan, the bank owns you. But if you get a huge loan, you own the bank. By analogy, if you make $ 50 million, you own that money. But if you make a billion, it owns you.

Don't feel sorry for the billionaires with their burden of giving away their money responsibly. They aren't suffering. I'm just saying we should be conscious of the bias in our words.

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Hilarious Engagement Photo Is Worth More Than a Thousand Words!

There is a family I know well, and there are four daughters, close in age and the best of friends. Now check out this hilarious photo they posted recently and then gave me permission to write about the back story, which explains the comedy of the photo.

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Lauren, a popular disc jockey on a top 40 Houston station, is the oldest daughter and happily unmarried at age 32. She is the one on the right, drinking champagne. Her sisters from left to right are Melanie, Melissa, and Amy, all engaged or married. This was taken by Lauren’s father Mark during Lauren’s youngest sister Melanie’s engagement. One by one her younger sisters have all found Mr. Right and have gotten engaged or married.

As Lauren is acknowledging in the shot, she knows the barrage of well wishes for her sister will include many inquiries among Lauren’s relatives as to when she, as the oldest, is going to find the right one and settle down. “I’ve been asked so many times when is it going to be my turn, I’ve lost count,” Lauren says. It is questions like that make her want to drown them out in said champagne.

Yet, the photo is also about her genuine happiness for her sister and her way of toasting her sister’s engagement.

Most of all, it shows her terrific sense of humor. In fact she told her father that her birthday gift to him is his not having to pay for her wedding this year.

You could not find a more close-knit family than Lauren’s sisters, ranging in age from 32 to 26, and their parents. One of her sisters is Lauren’s roommate and another lives in the same apartment complex. Her other married sister Amy is just five minutes away, and Lauren visits daily to see her little nephew. The four girls socialize together, shop together, eat together, and there is hardly ever a time where you see one without the others.

It must also be noted that Lauren is completely happy, independent, and successful. So to me, this photo celebrates that very self-confident, content but single oldest sister, along with a wry nod to those inquiring minds who are in a hurry for her to get married.

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'That Nail Polish Looks Terrible:' Words Of Advice From My Jewish & Stylish Grandmother

My relationship with fashion started really early on. The first lunch outing I ever went on was spent in a baby carrier atop the table of the cafe inside Saks Fifth Avenue. When it came to reading, the first word I recognized well enough to speak out loud was “Macy’s.”

The reason for this early intimacy with shopping? My super fashionable grandmother, or Nana as she requested to be called upon my birth (“grandmothers are OLD,” she argued.) At 82-years-old (and still working full time!), my Nana continues to be the most stylish person I know… and I work in fashion.

Now, before we begin, let me be clear about something. I LOVE my Nana. She is caring, thoughtful and a fiercely strong woman who has served as a role model my entire life. Having said that, there are still a few things we disagree on. Things like whether writing is a “real job” or my extreme “interest in the Internet.” What we do have in common, is our passion for good style. Shopping and sharing* clothing has been the glue that turned two people who can’t see eye-to-eye on a whole lot into, well, best friends.

But, like any best friends, sometimes we disagree on what looks good and what doesn’t, too. In honor of Mother’s Day this weekend, I’ve decided to share a few of the most memorable fashion moments we’ve sparred over through the years.

You must always have a manicure… and color matters.

Once I showed up to Nana’s apartment in what I thought was a great outfit, cute accessories and mint green nail polish. She opened the door, gave me a once over and said, “what kind of color is that on your nails? I hate it.”

Your shoes should match your bag

This one I can actually get on board with. The first time Nana pointed out that I was wearing a blue bag and brown shoes, I laughed in her face. Now I can’t leave my house without double checking that they go together.

Messy hair is not as cute as you think it is.

Sometimes I don’t feel like showering. By sometimes I mean pretty much any Saturday morning. Conveniently, Saturdays are usually the days Nana and I get together. The last time I rolled out of bed, threw a trusty hat over a messy braid and showed up at her house, she said: “Is that in now? Not brushing you hair?”

Never wear heels — if you’re under 25.

Until I was about 24 (I’m 25 now), Nana yelled at me every time she saw me in a pair of heels. I’m not sure if she’s just given up hope on me, but she hasn’t said a thing since my birthday.

Earrings are a must.

It used to make her CRAZY that I never wore earrings. I don’t know why I didn’t wear them, after all, I DID have holes in my ears. I just didn’t feel like wearing them. She got so fed up that after 22 years she gave me HER nicest pair just so I would wear them. Now that’s dedication.

…Just nowhere besides your ears.

More specifically, no where except your earlobes. I used to have a nose ring that I’m pretty sure crushed her soul a little more every time she looked at it. Now I’ve ditched the nose ring but have a tragus piercing, and I can see her biting her tongue every time I tuck my hair behind my ears. Hey, at least I’m wearing earrings, right?

It’s not just hair, and it doesn’t just grow back.

I recently chopped all my hair off. Nana hasn’t seen it yet, and the next time I’m seeing her is Mother’s Day. The last time I cut all my hair off she had a panic attack right there in the salon. Happy holidays, Nana!

Of course, she’s also imparted a whole bunch of wisdom on me over the years, like:

Cherish your brows.

Back in the day when Nana lived in Israel, she had her eyebrows threaded and they never grew back. So I don’t do much else besides tweeze anymore.

Put a belt on it.

This one is pretty self explanatory. When in doubt, add a belt. It turns an outfit into a look.

Anything can look expensive… if you wear it the right way.

Nana wears something she bought for $ 10 and gets more compliments than I ever do on the things I wear. It’s about the confidence, she says.

Being a total badass probably helps, too.

To see more photos of my Nana, who doesn’t know quite how famous on Instagram she truly is, click here. Happy Mother’s Day to you and all the awesome, stylish moms in your life.

*By sharing I mean I wear all of her clothes that she “doesn’t want anymore.” Seriously.
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