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On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at PM, Leandra Medine wrote: You’re right about Miranda.No one wants to be a Miranda because that’s reality rolled up into a ball that lives on the Upper West Side. On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at PM, Amelia Diamond wrote: No, that thesis stands, too.Like big sisters, Carrie, Sam, Charlotte and Miranda went through everything before us so that we could go back and use it as a reference.
It wasn’t a magical, undiscovered territory for you. Also, I’m really shitting on this show so it sounds like I didn’t completely love it. But I think we’re veering too far away from the initial question, which is still not answered: why are we STILL obsessed with SATC?
I’m sure that comes from It’s fun to be single in your twenties in Manhattan. I’m in no way running around looking for a husband and to me, at this point, a date is just a dinner with someone new. On Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at AM, Leandra Medine wrote: You didn’t connect with their friendship?
But the thought that this “phase” in my life could theoretically last (according to the rules of the show) until who-knows-how-long? What resonated most was that there was this magical city awaiting me that would, no doubt, support and put forth the best, most exciting years of my life. I literally built Man Repeller as a response to it.
I mean, according to Google analytics, our readers like the diets, so what is it about the show that keeps on giving?
On Oct 21, 2015, at PM, Amelia Diamond wrote: I have almost too many thoughts on this. Still not part of their world, but hooked.…That’s like, half of a half of a half a fraction. On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at AM, Leandra Medine wrote: So you think we’re still into it because it made us feel part of a club? I think, and I really could be wrong, that it’s more about the exposure that it provided to the kinds of scenarios that make growing up feel so fascinating.