Category Archives: Onion

BASICALLY BITCHY ONION

My most dear Zanuda, ARTICHOKE, The idea that basic isn’t exactly the kindest thing to call another person is not new– Buzzfeed had an article on why it shouldn’t be used way back in, like, 2013, and I’m not going … Continue reading

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THE GREAT MIDWEST

Dear Artichoke, I’ve been thinking about what you wrote about Zanudaism. I’m real curious to know who this acquaintance is (just tell me), but I found the idea in general quite interesting, of course. You’ve told me about Zanudas before, … Continue reading

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HAPPY NEW YEAR’S, ARTICHOKE

Dear ARTICHOKE, Happy New Year’s, ya heathen! I am celebrating by cuddling up with my cat, the one who has thus far escaped death for yet another trip around the sun, and seems blissfully unaware of both how lucky he … Continue reading

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THE SERIAL KILLER CANNIBAL MURDER MAN LOVE STORY

Dear ARTICHOKE, As you may have heard (as I may have told you in person approximately five minutes ago), Hannibal aired its series finale just the other night, bringing three years of rampant cannibalism jokes to a climactic ending. I’m … Continue reading

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AN INHERITANCE OF BULLIES, IN TWO PARTS

Dearest ARTICHOKE, Part I. Harry Potter and the Dursley Horcrux Fan Theory. There’s a fan theory about Harry Potter swimming around these here Internets, best summed up here: I suppose I could go and find the original tumblr post. But … Continue reading

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A LINK, AND A COMMENT

Dear ARTICHOKE, WHEN SHOW, DON’T TELL IS REALLY BAD ADVICE So, this is quite good post, altogether, and I have no qualms with any of what she’s saying. The one thing I can’t help but notice is something I’ve noticed … Continue reading

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THE DROWNING GIRL, THE SECOND

THE DROWNING GIRL, THE SECOND This is a response to Artichoke’s letter, here, and by no means a full, comprehensive analysis of Kiernan’s The Drowning Girl in its own right– this is merely a few things that I really wanted … Continue reading

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