Candace Cui - Actual Unicorn
You may have heard about the Google Anti-Diversity Memo.* *Side note, looking up my reference articles for this article on Google may have been one of the most meta things I have ever done. If not, the basic story is that an engineer at Google wrote a long memo at
All shops were not created equal. Sure, there are shops that have what you need, shops that are cool, shops that are historic…but what about mercantile meccas that make your heart feel good? If you don’t like shopping, first of all: you’re wrong. You love shopping. You love worshiping at the
No one (no one with eyes and a heart at least) doubts that we are living in scary, uncomfortable-at-best times. It’s times like these that remind me that animals are better than us. At the top of the “love you no matter what, always got you back” animal list is
San Francisco is where I learned to love food again so as a tribute to the beautiful, year-long bounty of excellence available on this coast before I brave the wilderness of Chicago, here are my favorite restaurants by neighborhood
If my vagina were a [category], it would be [example] because [reason]
“If my vagina were a state, it would be Florida because it’s often swampy and filled with danger”
If this is the first time you’ve seen this offense against God, you probably thought “what the hell am I looking at?” I know. I thought that too. It’s macaroni and cheese, fried, and possibly dunked in Cheeto dust. Much like the historic and horrible KFC Double Down of olde, it seems like it was created solely to push you into a heart attack. Or win you that next siege in World of Warcraft. Or both. I’m not trying to limit you.
Here are some notable San Francisco burgers on a very exact rating scale:
10 means I’d gladly murder my brother (if I had one) to eat it once a month and 1 means it’s basically the hamburger-shaped cardboard they serve in middle school cafeterias.