I had several cans of coconut milk but didn’t feel like making curry, so I put it to use. I noticed CurlyNikki’s coconut milk conditioner recipe a while ago and decided to give it a try. Verdict: Fantastic! My hair looks and feels like a big fluffy … Read More →
Author Archives: Dani
I’m not watching the speech, so I have no idea what’s being said, but people go back and forth with the same tired arguments about gun control every time something crazy happens. Observations: - “If guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns.” But regular … Read More →
I bought a new slow cooker! I’m so excited about it. I’ve been wanting a tiny 2-qt one for ages because the size is more suitable for 1-3 people. Target has round 2qt Crock-Pots for $11.99 and I picked one up last week. First recipe: … Read More →
This is the second time I’ve looked at my tumblr and there are like 20 people following me overnight that I don’t know. And it’s always because that one pic got reblogged. That’s all the titties you’re getting, guys. Hound CHD:WCK! for more. Good luck, … Read More →
“While you wretched, ratchet plebes are watching Basketball Wives, I’m in here reading vintage Jet Magazines on Google Books.” - me, before Love and Hip Hop Atlanta existed.
But really, Negro Weeklies were like the VH1 of the Jim Crow era.
Of my favorite stories ever, this is in my top five. And yes, it's totally possible to fit 9 people in a Toyota Corolla.
Billie Jean may not be my favorite Michael Jackson song. That honor is arguably reserved for the original demo version of PYT. However, 80% of the time I will argue that Billie Jean is not only Michael Jackson's best song, but the best song. Like, the best song in pop music history, on visceral, technical, emotional, etc. levels. I can talk for hours about that song. It is Michael's masterpiece.
Elizabeth Alexander’s poem, Race, makes me think of my (great-great?) Aunt Marie Ragin, who passed away long before I was born. She was born and raised in or around Florence, SC. During a family gathering on Mothers’ Day, we looked up a page on Facebook … Read More →
I know full well that comment sections on the internet are reserved for the worst human beings on earth to be able to speak the pieces that no one will listen to in real life, but I read anyway.
Back in the mid-nineties, when the Kardashian girls were only struggling to be relevant to their father, the E! network used to basically only play entertainment trials, Talk Soup and reruns of old TV shows. My favorite of the bunch was the David Letterman show. … Read More →
Planned Parenthood never saved my life. In fact, it almost took it before I even had a chance.
In solidarity with Internet Blackout Day, I’m not posting anything tomorrow. There’s no reason to bring up the fact that I haven’t posted anything yet this year, anyway. Work has been a bear. Design/repurposing hiatus until Feb. 1. I’ve got cooking to do.