Posts By: Margeaux Perkins
Margeaux Perkins has made it her life's mission to never be described with the terms "shy", "boring", or "quiet". She tries to find happiness in the little things in life, like making her boyfriend's lunch with the early morning sun peeking through the windows or going pee after holding it in for too long. Writing has been her thing since she wrote her first short story at age 12. It was an 18-page Microsoft Word Document about a 20-something New York gal who falls in love with her male best friend. She's been tickling the backlit Mac ebonies ever since.
“She was in town to go to The Hamptons, where her father was getting re-married. Daniel Craig would be there.”
Get your amateur Sherlock Holmes feet wet with these unsolved mysteries.
“Coffee tastes like sadness. It tastes like a 40-year-old divorcee who had to give up her lucrative homemade lotion business for a 7-year-old bratty son who will definitely grow up to become a serial killer.”
Put a fork in us.
We’re trading humanity for hatred, humanity for technology. Humanity’s a bitch.
Real life, not the Nickelodeon show.
I hate working out. I hate that I ever loved working out. I hate all of the pictures of toned girls with Helvetica font saying things like “Pain is weakness leaving the body.”