Monthly Archives: January 2011

DC Blogs Noted

Smells Like Sunshine offers a little looky-loo into what she does for her day job. It involves, apparently, eating British foods, including a milk chocolate snack called “Digestives,” along with Shandy, a drink that mixes beer with lemonade. A cautionary tale: Waking up to carbon monoxide. Life a bit Sweeter. Is this appopriate? Capitol Hill […]

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According to Everyone I Know is Ridiculous the “coupled girlfriend” is prone to inviting single friends on three-wheeled dates that beg for strong booze and swift endings. The “Single Girlfriend” however is a Wing-Woman, a Flirting Savant, and Tough-Love Giving Bestie. We (the collective of the blogosphere) all judge… and Lemon Gloria will judge you […]

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Did you take part in “No Pants Metro Ride 2011”? SnarkInfested has a photo montage if you missed it. Stimeyland is in a heated battle against perfect strangers… strangers she despises with a fiery (and hilarious) passion. An open letter to men everywhere who have pulled The Great Disappearing Act (you know the one I […]

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Wild and Crazy Pearl shares the photographs of her very first birth story photo assignment. Incredible photos capture a wonderful scene. In her note to the new baby girl, she writes: It was tough for me to take photos during the last few minutes of your delivery and right after you arrived because I was […]

New blogs to the live feed

Midnight Train to DC explains herself this way: A career-minded feminist with a good UK government job meets a handsome American man with a better US Government job. Produce: one ruby ring and a house on Capitol Hill. The topics that Sociology in My Neighborhood: DC Ward Six takes on include racial segregation and gentrification. […]

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City Girls World asks that we (the world) recognize that sometimes women aren’t single because there’s something wrong with them… they’re just holding out for their unicorn. On the much-debated Pajama Jean: Project Beltway hypothesizes that “the creators of the people’s jegging very may well be laughing all the way to the bank.” I Am David […]

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Capitol Hill 20210 has some good news following her mother’s stroke: her mother has started eating again and is working on talking. Now everyone, go call your Mom and talk to her now. What do you do when there really does seem to be a security event going on? RudeCactus describes his reaction, with children […]

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This post is not for the easily offended or extremely PC-minded. That being said, TC the Terrible‘s I didn’t ask, I’m not telling, and I don’t really care is an insightful piece about the military, DADT, and the experience of someone who has served 23 years in uniform. Just in case you’ve been living under […]

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WashingTina laments the new lows reached by television these days… and her inability to look away. In the season of goal-setting, aspiration and perpetual hope, Lagniappe offers a strategy to keep the “happy” in your new year. At I’m So Blogging This (dot com), we’re reminded that there’s nothing like moving to remind you that, […]

DC Blogs Noted

Best and Worst of 2010 on U Street by U Street Girl. Overheard in D.C.: Best of 2010. DCist New Year, New Man. Marathon’s Mistress. Confessions of a DC Sports Optimist offers a End of the Year Retrospective, that includes biggest gut punch and biggest surprises. Lunch at 11:30 shares her contribution to Dan Savage’s […]