@Logan Sachon I see what you mean. But that's a fun exercise because it costs like, 20 dollars. Her private readings (I'm only guessing), cost enough to keep her deep in face cream and fresh fruit. On a side note, I LOVE the weekly horoscope on Refinery 29. One time I got one that was so freakishly on point, that now it's my favorite one.
I'm so happy you brought this up. Read it this morning and couldn't help thinking what a complete SHAM she souncame off as. And that bought her a 3 bedroom apartment in Manhattan with a view on the Chrysler Building?! (Your headline should read: "Lie to Gullible Idiots; Parlay into Real Estate Heaven")
@emmy I agree! I hate it so much. Logan goes overboard on it.
I really enjoyed this article. It showed some real self awareness and made me think about my own habits.
@Megano! or just nauseating
@probs what about it creeps you out?
This girl sounds really awesome. I got on the train once after spending the day in CT with a friend, and realized too late that I had left my wallet in her car. A kind man next to me offered me a punch on his card; i was so touched by that. (I had to get off at the next stop anyway because i realized i wouldn't be able to make it home from grand central without a subway card, but it was still very much appreciated). I've bought a subway card for a mother and her 3 kids who were trying to get to a shelter and didn't have the cash, which I guess is kinda similar? So i guess i would do that; but i probably would have given the money straight away to the girl because i am less of a saint than this girl and wouldn't want to shortchange myself the warm and fuzzy feeling of having someone thank you. (That's bad, i'm owning up to it; whateva)
@shannowhamo must be nice? You sound extremely bitter. I support myself entirely but I still write checks for my major bills. It helps me keep track of things more efficiently. The onus is on the person who is AWARE of the situation, regardless of whether he stands to gain or lose.