You Made it Weird: History’s Fourth of July



My bell was at the cleaners today, so I just wore a coffee stained t-shirt and leggings as pants. Equally, if not more, patriotic, I say.


When you hear there’s cake in the break room.

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You Made it Weird: History’s Easter


Would you really trust a naked child to sell you a quality hat? They can’t find quality pants.


Just normal Easter traditions. Devils and stuff.



This is how I enter meetings at work. People love it and me. I’m 45% sure of it.

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You Made it Weird: History’s Valentine’s Day

I’ll say it. I’d wear that jacket.¬†

I like her style. “I can clap on beat, and will date you now!”

When implementing this seduction¬†tactic, I’ll admit, navigating bars, restaurants, or water parks can be difficult. The good news is it’s not weird and definitely works.¬†

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You Made it Weird: History’s Christmas Part II

Never underestimate the power of history to keep weirding everybody out.

Frosty prefers water. His mom and Michael Bloomberg have talked to him a lot about the dangers of soda.

“I don’t care what Pinterest says. This party is weirding me out.”

Fun fact: This is actually how I bring the boys to my yard.

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You Made it Weird: History’s Christmas

This means he’s a professor right? He teaches there? That’s what this means, right?

It’s like that old phrase, “give the open flames to the gang of singing babies.”

An army of Santas….It’s probably fine and normal.

Or my New York apartment, am I right?!

Demonstrating my favorite dance move, the creepy wise man.

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