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As we lay on the carpeted floor of my mom’s office, I knew I was preparing to run. Things had suddenly gone bad. The story starts with my father, Peter Kupeh. He loves his job at Knox, Inc, a metal … Continue reading
Salman Khan was on the season premiere of ‘Koffee with Karan’ and it was amazing. He was really real. He made Karan Johar squirm. It was fulfilling. Salman Khan’s real-ness did not match the distanced frilly energy of Karan Johar. Here … Continue reading
To be honest, it’s either this or another one where my mom thought I had kicked my brother when I really hadn’t. But that’s another story. Let’s pretend my earliest memory is this one. I am sitting in school, and … Continue reading
I’ve never met another person who loved Harry Potter that I’ve hated. We are a type. For better or for worse, we are a type. We are potter-hippies who would hold hands and flash cell phones, swaying side to side, in a … Continue reading
a.k.a Third world problems 1. Laundry My laundry is like a growing baby. It puts on weight at a rapid pace and it is never coming down. I should have a game plan how to battle this monstrosity, but have … Continue reading
Originally posted on Rethink the Rant:
TRIGGER WARNING: The following includes descriptions, photos, and video that may serve as a trigger for victims of sexual violence. Please be advised. Someone asked me today, “What is ‘rape culture’ anyway? I’m tired…
This post is about my unconditional, innate, will-hit-you-if-you-even-try-to-convince-me-otherwise, belief that Amy Poehler and I would be friends if we met. My situation humor would fit in perfectly with her creative comedy, my supportive audience would complement her theatrics and she will love … Continue reading
P.S. This post was also published over on talkingcranes.com. Thank you to the wonderful ladies plugging away over there and my mom, for making it happen. The article is here if you want to check it out. Thanks 🙂 As a woman of … Continue reading
@100 is a self inflicted goal to express an idea in 100 words or less. I stole borrowed this idea from the blog infinite awe, where Kate writes stories in 100 words or less. This story is inspired by my friendship … Continue reading
To my friends. I don’t know the exact moment when we went from being friendly to being friends. When our friendship was new it felt the same day to day, but was a subtly dynamic time, adding new layers to our connection. … Continue reading
When someone hurts you they seem monsterly in their malice. Its hard to remember that they are human. It’d do us well to remember that all of us have our own sense of right and wrong, and do the best … Continue reading
Old Story I found in an old mail. I wrote this to a friend to explain my evening. I was swimming with Ma and my brother, P. It was peaceful, the whole huge pool to ourselves in the night with … Continue reading
I’m moving to a new city. I’m nervous and excited for all I have to find but hate saying good-bye to all I leave behind.
The Story within the Story
Bollywood, this means you.
Because sometimes, things just need to be said.
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