Selected Unpublished Blog Posts of A Mexican Panda Express Employee

Selected Unpublished Blog Posts of A Mexican Panda Express Employee

Book - 2011
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A diary of a young woman dated from Jan. 2, 2009 to July 3, 2010, selected and published in book form, originally saved in her unpublished blog posts.
Publisher: [New York] : Muumuu House, [2011]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9780982206720
Branch Call Number: 305.2422 B6976S 2011
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : portrait ; 20 cm


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Apr 26, 2016

i am not sure what to think about this. i am bemused. my sister has told me to stop using that word. she calls it a hipster word. i don't know, i still like it. it fits me.

i checked selected unpublished blog posts of a mexican panda express employee out at the library because i saw it on goodreads and i wanted to read something from muumuu house after i read shoplifting from american apparel.

i think that i will write a review in the style of megan boyle's writing as the best way to respond. i don't know if this will be a good review or just annoying and stupid. i was about 50% done with the book when i thought i would review it this way. then i googled and found that at least one other person has done it before me. i'm going to try it anyway.

is this poetry? i never read much poetry, but i'm trying to read more. megan boyle writes these blog entries with a very strong feeling of confession and introspection. there was much that really resonated with me, i feel that these entries really capture the essence of modern life of people under thirty. i think megan boyle probably watches more tv then me. but i probably play more video games. we both spend a lot of time on the internet.

megan boyle writes, it seems impossible to ever objectively know what other people think. i think this is true but writing like boyle's can act as a viewer into another person's mind. i like it.

i feel like a voyeur for reading this. it is really personal, almost tmi. still, i like seeing how other people feel. i have felt much the same in my own self-conscious way. there are many differences too, of course. i don't get what the title means.

i try to remember what it was i was doing on the date of each entry.

i feel like this might be the new literature of the internet age. megan boyle writes, i think some moments exist to be simple sentences that don't necessarily have a greater purpose than to be exactly what they are

i sometimes worry that i am a boring person and i have nothing to say.

highly recommended


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