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Hmm That's Interesting


Culture thoughts of/for/by the Chronically Online, from that girl you may have seen on Instagram or TikTok (alas). Essays, pop culture, interviews, and literature.

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    New York, writing about culture and literature. You may have seen me on instagram/tiktok, and that's okay.

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