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Stay warm, guys!
The weather reports are in and the snow is coming down. The Starks were right: Winter is coming…andAtlanta is about to suffer the consequences southern style.
Ask anyone about the havoc snow wreaks in the south, and you’ll hear some of the most horrifically amusing stories: from befriending truckers to get warmth, to watching high maintenance chicks take two hours to cross a parking lot in high heeled shoes.
And then there are those stories we don’t hear: like how Fido and Whiskers were worried sick at home, while their owners played sitting ducks on the highway.
If you’re like me, you have a pet or two and will probably be at work this Friday and maybe even over the weekend.So for those of us whose shows must go on in spite of theimpending doom of southern snow, here’s how to ensure you, Fido, and Whiskers make it out…
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I struggled with this article when it was first assigned. Writing about Halloween as an “adult” just didn’t feel right. When I think of an “adult” Halloween, I think of parents taking their kids trick-or-treating, or a grandmother handing out caramel flavored hard candy while watching Jeopardy. I’m 26 years old, and I only graduated college three years ago. I simply cannot pretend like I have any authority to speak on Halloween as an “adult.”
Changing “adult” to “twentysomething” broke my writer’s block. I realized Halloween is distinctly different for twentysomethings than any other subsection of adults. Here’s three reasons why.
Reason 1: Twentysomethings have one foot in the party scene and the other in the “real” world.
Once you are an adult adult, like above 30, you cross a certain threshold that disqualifies you forever from partying in a college town. Every year after graduation, it becomes less…
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