Chapter Fifty-Nine: “Dad’s concerned because your new boyfriend looks like John the Baptist, only less clean”

Tallulah met a guy at a bar. His name was Chad Hamilton, which was a ridiculous name. Priscilla told her as much. Tallulah agreed, but Chad was also the least Chad-like person she’d ever met. He had an enormous beard, a serious fade, and a couple animal and nature-themed line tattoos. Essentially, he was a […]

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Chapter Fifty-Six: “I’d let you stand on my arthritic grandmother and she has osteoporosis”

Priscilla couldn’t even begin to describe the series of events that had lead to her taking couples’ yoga with Joey Succi. She knew how it started. It started with Melly as most horrible and scarring gym experiences tended to for the Cherry sisters. Since Melly had roped Tallulah into attending several traumatizing fitness classes with her, […]

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Chapter Fifty-Five: “I think she’s prettier than Margot Robbie and I think you know how I feel about Margot Robbie”

Jacklyn’s roommate Stephanie was moving out. She was going to B.C. because she loved yoga and hiking and her hair looked great in the humidity. She was leaving Snib with Jacklyn. She made it seem like it was an action of generosity, like she was giving Jacklyn her cat out of the kindness of her heart. […]

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Chapter Fifty-Three: “Your chances are pretty good so long as you stop talking about work camps and dead children”

There were few things Oscar disliked more than clubs. One of those things was fruit flies. Another was drunk people, though. Therefore, finding himself in a club full of drunk people was like a special kind of hell. If the club had been full of fruit flies like his apartment was, he probably would’ve thought […]

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