Tag - humor

Kimberussell.com reader questions

Sometimes your thoughtful blog comments get flagged as spam. I feel badly about that, so from time to time I take a few out and answer them personally. Here are three comments that really stood out.

The first is from “Lessydog” from somewhere in Germany. They write:

One of the 18 indicators of women empowerment, sex ratio stands out as the 1st and most significant indicator for social.

Thanks for the advice. Sex ratio? I have no idea what that is so here’s a picture of some boobs. This particular pair of boobs always gets a lot of Instagram likes, so I think I’m on track.

One droops more than the other, but they’re real and fabulous!

The next one is from “AdrianaX” all the way from Indonesia.

I see your page needs some fresh articles. Writing manually takes a lot of time, but there is tool for this boring task, search for: (redacted)

Thanks, AdrianaX, but I think 2 or 3 times a week is a good amount for me to post. Not trying to set the world on fire here. I redacted your link, because that blog hasn’t been updated since August, and it needs some fresh articles. I know writing manually takes a lot of time but …

Finally, we have “MichaelDak” from Montreal. Bonjour! I hope you don’t mind that I edited your comment, because it was weird and had to do with buying essays, which isn’t a cool thing to do. But you finished your question with…

In addition, whereas I was hunting for this short article, I discovered that most people obtain residence functions, compositions, papers and essays. I don’t understand how secure it is actually and what excellent could be obtained in the end. Who faced this difficulty, create, you create or invest in? Were you caught by a sensei for this?

I am SO flattered, but I wasn’t taught by a sensei. Just the desperation that comes from looking for material in a week that contains not much material. When in doubt, always go for cheap humor! Or your spam folder.

Happy creating!

The one where Kim tries La Croix

After about 2 years of watching every other white woman rave about La Croix, I finally decided to take the leap. The excitement washed over me as I stood in the beverages aisle at Target, contemplating which of the dozens of flavors to try.


I was torn between coconut and orange. I settled on orange, because 1) who does not like orange? and 2) I think I’ll try coconut water as my next trendy drink.

I waited until Monday, my work-from-home day. I positioned the can next to my Moleskine notbook, which was on top of my classic white desk. I coaxed my hair into beachy waves to maximize the experience. I opened the can, took a sip and …


It tasted like someone left a can of Orange Crush outside for a year and a half. This is the amazing fresh taste that all the Internet Ladies are addicted to? I guess they never had the pleasure of being a Froot Loops kid, because those of us who are brought up on the delicious taste of Froot are doomed to be less than satisfied with natural flavoring.

On to the next trendy thing.

Merry Christmas from the Dee-luxe Apartment in the Sky!

This was taped to the door of the mailroom downstairs. (language, bad spelling)

I think we are going to move soon.


Mind you, I had a fall wreath stolen off of our door last year. While we did patrol the building looking for it, wishing cancer on someone is a bit much.

Which is why we’ll hopefully be moving soon.

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