Ask me anything
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by Anjulie Rao
Writing fanatical Christian fan mail to Audrey Hepburn. Handwritten stories border-lining on plagiarizing Jurassic Park. Angst-ridden English 101 journal entries.
And, of course, an honest-to-God aching for a then-indeterminable sexual act to be performed upon a boy’s first kiss:
“I knew she wanted it. And I wanted to give it to her. But…what IS it?”
A long-standing tradition in Chicago, Mortified has become a nationwide phenomenon drawing those courageous (albeit self-flagellating) few to the stage to share their most horrific life moments reinterpreted through their hormone-crazed, pencil-wielding selves. Chocked-full of cringe-worthy, true-life personal information— similar to walking into someone else’s post-raunchy summer confessional—you just can’t look away while a handful of readers recite their most private diaries, school assignments, and love letters from their adolescences. And it is just as painful as it sounds—for everyone involved.
cat stuck in a bathtub
Charles Bukowski, Abe Frajndlich, San Pedro.
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