Five friends, five coronavirus diaries

Photo from The Great Empty by The New York Times. When adults talk about 9/11, they say that they remember exactly where they were and what they were doing. They say that everybody that was alive has a 9/11 story, they say that the generation before had JFK's assassination and that the generation before that… Continue reading Five friends, five coronavirus diaries

Interesting questions to ask your friends

When I search for questions to ask friends, all the lists seem to overlap in their interesting but mostly impractical suggestions. For example, the first one I saw on Google was: "Do you think you're brave?" They're the type of question that is temperature-sensitive. They only work best at certain times and in certain places.… Continue reading Interesting questions to ask your friends

Four of my friends talk about songs that mean something to them

When I asked my friends to write about a song they love, I mostly just wanted them to write my blog post for me, but dude, they really came through. Maybe a little too much. Just kidding! Thanks guys. This is awesome. An editorial note before we start: 1) Everybody has a pen name except… Continue reading Four of my friends talk about songs that mean something to them

Questions that will spark conversations that are as deep as the ocean

(Edited as of July 27, 2018 because of some great comments. And also to tone down the peppy-ness levels.) I am not a fan of small talk. It's┬átiring.┬áHere's my definition of small talk: words that are exchanged between people who would rather be somewhere else. Maybe one day, when I don't feel the need to… Continue reading Questions that will spark conversations that are as deep as the ocean