Cornwall Fowey

Cornwall Fowey

What are you up to this weekend? I’m flying back from Cornwall, England (above), and can’t wait to squeeze my babies! Looking forward to catching up with you. Have a good one — Eid Mubarak to those who celebrate — and here are a few fun links from around the web…

Perfect summer pajamas.

What will happen if I go to a bar and order a whiskey neat. (New Yorker)

Why we speak more weirdly at home. “Many of us have a secret language, the private lexicon of our home life. Sometimes known as familects, invented words, pet names, in-jokes, and personal memes swirl and emerge from the mess of lives spent in close quarters. During the pandemic, we’ve spent dramatically more time in those quarters, and our in-group slang has changed accordingly.” (The Atlantic)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus has a new podcast where she interviews older women.

A reality show I’d actually watch.

Who else is on a chickpea kick? Here are three great recipes.

Equestrian coaches, trainers and riders reflexively kicking and jumping while watching a rider: “It’s an uncontrollable reflex when a horse jumps a jump. I’ve tried my hardest to not do it and I can’t not do it.” (via Kottke)

Love these cute shorts.

On outsourcing your orgasm: “On the train home to Brooklyn, I tried to recount the day’s events in my head, but everything was a bit hazy. I’d given a stranger, a woman, $270 for an erotic massage in a last-ditch attempt to find pleasure in my body.” (NYMag)

This caption, hahahahaha.

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