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Wherein I host people in my hall and am also cross-eyed.
When you don't even need Aaron Rodgers to beat the Bears.
Mom insisted she hold my drink up. at Three Dots and a Dash
Me being social. Thanks, portrait mode and @stevenspangler!!!
Apparently Doctor Dreadful was a hipster with dreams of being a neurosurgeon only to learn that requires stable hands and patience. Happy Halloweenie! 🎃👨🏻⚕️
Charlie's Gayngels. ✌🏼
Repost from @kdrefvelin. Happy halloween!
They put dill pickle juice in beers here. at Bull City Burger & Brewery
Single and ready to have an allergic reaction. #eggallergy #alexwearshaynes at The Cookery
Chasing a W with the Chicago chapter of the Freymily tonight. ✌🏼❤️🐻 at Wrigley Field
It's film festival season so naturally we just cried for 3 hours at 11:30am on a Sunday. #bpm #ciff at 53rd Chicago International Film Festival
“Most of us can't help but live as though we've got two lives to live, one is the mockup, the other the finished version, and then there are all those versions in between. But there's only one, and before you know it, your heart is worn out, and, as for your body, there comes a point when no one looks at it, much less wants to come near it. Right now there's sorrow. I don't envy the pain. But I envy you the pain."----------------------------------------------- I read André Aciman's Call Me by Your Name recently in preparation to see the film in a few weeks and it got me thinking about identity and shame and confusion and reconciliation and a million other things more than I have in a really long time. Most notably, it, and this quote in particular, reminded me of the mistaken notion that coming out (and growing up in general) is a singular, definite experience. Life or death. Worse or better. Lost or found. Young or old.
It's important to acknowledge as often as we can that it's a lifelong process that's sometimes terrifying and often times beautiful, but never something to be ashamed of and always something to learn from. So Happy Coming Out Day to my LGBT friends and Happy Growing Up Day to everyone else. And thanks for all of your friendship. #nationalcomingoutday #callmebyyourname #artober24 at Boystown
This is the first actual version of better Fireball I've tried. #coldspell @brussellsproutz @thefreyman
This season... on NBC... after Will & Grace. SMUG CHEF. (also on my story) at Boystown
Welcome to 27, @seanfrancisdowd! This 5-year-old photo could have been taken yesterday thanks to our agelessness and your perpetual state of goofball. May your night's fun be as aggressive as the underbite I elected to sport here. xxx at Portland, Oregon
SHE'S OUR FRIEND AND SHE'S CRAZY. (pictured center) #theupsidedown at Emporium Popups
One of the only things I'm sure about is that I'll never reach the level of grace that @palomalopes24 displays every day. But here's to continuing to try! HBD! xxx
2 years later, 0 years more mature.
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