This is me and my very best friend Sasha. (This is from a while ago. Our hairs are longer and we’ve gotten so much cooler and smarter, if you can believe that.) She is moving is leaving Michigan on Thursday to come out to Jersey City, NJ to live out her dream of getting copy writing work in the New York City area. I’ve been trying to think of what kind of tips to give her like: always have a tote bag with you, don’t accept cds from people who shove them into your hands because they’ll want money for them, and don’t lean on the doors of the subway if you’re really into the book you’re reading. What kinds of tips do you have for Sasha on her big move out to the tri-state area?

This is me and my very best friend Sasha. (This is from a while ago. Our hairs are longer and we’ve gotten so much cooler and smarter, if you can believe that.) She is moving is leaving Michigan on Thursday to come out to Jersey City, NJ to live out her dream of getting copy writing work in the New York City area. I’ve been trying to think of what kind of tips to give her like: always have a tote bag with you, don’t accept cds from people who shove them into your hands because they’ll want money for them, and don’t lean on the doors of the subway if you’re really into the book you’re reading. What kinds of tips do you have for Sasha on her big move out to the tri-state area?

  1. kittenandkohl answered: Invest in a bottle or Purell.
  2. phartmonster said: It entered my response before I was ready. I just wish I could hang out with yous guys.
  3. phartmonster answered: Be sure to order pizza and sit around in your skivvies with Sam and think of me. I don
  4. sashabutkovich answered: let the record show that I don’t typically look so demonic. this photo was taken around Halloween, so… that’s my excuse I guess.
  5. adriennes answered: If the train car is really empty, it either means it smells like a dead body or the a/c is broken.
  6. dansbeardblog said: Skate better.
  7. sniebauer answered: Crif Dogs
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