The One

I'm sitting in an airport at an ungodly hour right now on this fine Monday morning, kicking myself for not having been more proactive about this post. Today's post might end up being a lot like me: kinda short and definitely a little messy. Let's get started, shall we?

I was in the car on the way to the airport, mulling over the things about which I have limited knowledge that I could pontificate about here and I ended up landing on something that is still a little new to me: The One. You know who I'm talking about. That person that everyone fantasizes about at one point or another in their life, even if only briefly. The person that some people firmly believe are out there and others believe are just a myth. The person with only you in their heart and forever in their eyes. That crap. 

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totally baked

Hello, my name is Piper and I am a binge watcher.

Hi Piper

In 2017, it's hard to find anyone who wouldn't [way too] proudly label themselves one. With fascinating inventions like Netflix and Hulu and Amazon at our fingertips, why would we waste our time doing something legitimately productive when we can plant ourselves on the couch and watch twelve hours straight of The Great British Baking Show? Not that I'm speaking from experience. Calm down. 

But now that I've set up that pretty segue, let's talk a little more about that show.

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I have no clue what I am doing

Here's one thing about me: I like self-explanatory titles. Another thing: I have a lot of trouble with confrontation (so it actually makes quite a lot of sense that I've resorted to a blog). 


I hate doing that thing where you introduce yourself in writing, because it is always terribly awkward and I always think I've done a good job and then a couple weeks, days, or minutes later I'll reread what I wrote and cringe about it until the end of time. Run-on sentences. I like those too. Also sentence fragments. So anyway. We're going to skip the introduction and the people reading this (or lack thereof) are just going to have to figure it out on their own. 

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