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Suburban Kamikaze
Suburbia, USA
Her address says suburbs, but her shoes scream "get me out of here...".
Interests: The Suburban Kamikaze has a lot of shoes. What of it? We shop at Target, plot world domination. We read a lot of books. We drink a lot of wine. We are not appreciated by our children. We reject suburban culture. We embody suburban culture. We laugh bitterly when we hear the words "suburban culture." Maybe you are one of us...
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Greetings from the Kamikaze Family Reunion 2015, where we have taken over a beachfront hotel on the Florida Gulf Coast and stuffed it with children, all of whom are potty trained and growing like mildew on a pile of wet... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2015 at suburban kamikaze
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People are always asking me, "Suburban, we know that you are a creature of the tropics trapped in a frozen wasteland of deep-dish pizza eating people who mispronounce their vowel sounds, but if you were to move back to South... Continue reading
Posted Mar 27, 2015 at suburban kamikaze
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8. Are we getting enough sprinkle cupcakes in our diet? 7. Do we have enough nail polish to get us through to the end of time? 6. Am I doing enough for the Victoria's Secret shareholders? 5. Where should I... Continue reading
Posted Feb 20, 2015 at suburban kamikaze
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Click on the picture to see all 6 Winter Survival Tips. Continue reading
Posted Jan 30, 2015 at suburban kamikaze
Yes, the Coach of Coaches. I could also use a new Coach bag. SK
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The diesel coach. Very 2016. SK
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As a semi-professional woman living in one of America's coolest coldest cities, I have a front row seat to the latest trends among the so-called Movers and Shakers - who, btdubs, are no longer referred to as "Movers and Shakers,"... Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2015 at suburban kamikaze
Like a garage sale where you don't have to talk to anyone. Perfect. SK
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How bad can it be? It is Day 2 of Year of the Drawer and no one has left a half-eaten bagel or a knot of broken shoelaces in my freshly organized drawer. Anything is possible. SK
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A little rearranging can be a good thing in a marriage. Unless I'm wrong. In which case you should probably just vacuum once in a while. SK
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Definitely needs a "make me a sandwich" verse. There must be at least 30 days of Christmas in the teen calendar. SK
Toggle Commented Jan 2, 2015 on The 12 Days of Teen Christmas at suburban kamikaze
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I know it's ambitious, but it's not crazy. The Year of the Closet would have been crazy. And yes, some of the things I took out of the drawer are still on the stairs, (sunglasses, charging cords, earbuds) waiting for the children to put them away in some other drawer, somewhere else, but that doesn't mean the Year of the Drawer has been a failure, no matter what Mr. Kamikaze says. -SK
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Yes, but we're more organized now. SK
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The first day of a new year is a day in which no ambition is out of reach. Everything seems possible. Which is why I know I am not just organizing a drawer as 2015 opens on the Kamikaze family... Continue reading
Posted Jan 1, 2015 at suburban kamikaze
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It was definitely a bad case of overreach. You are going to need some new recipes Audubon. Think cheese. SK
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There was a small part of me that believed there would be seasonal decor and greenery adorning the planters on the back deck by Christmas morning, at the latest. Was I wrong? Not entirely. It was the same part of... Continue reading
Posted Dec 25, 2014 at suburban kamikaze
But they're going to clean it up. Possibly. -SK
Toggle Commented Dec 24, 2014 on The 12 Days of Teen Christmas at suburban kamikaze
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On the first day of Christmas my teenager texted me: Just to let you know it's not all my mess. Also, I’m going to clean it up. On the second day of Christmas my teenager texted me: Are you planning... Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2014 at suburban kamikaze
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Click on the image to see how Teenage Boy fared in the review process. Continue reading
Posted Dec 17, 2014 at suburban kamikaze
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Click on the picture to see how the process changes through the years. Then ask yourself, who would even ask a teenager to change a light bulb? Continue reading
Posted Dec 10, 2014 at suburban kamikaze
Let's not lose sight of the fact that by modern culinary standards, not counting the kind of people who make chicken pot pies from scratch, I really did make that chicken pot pie. I think that is the takeout takeaway here. SK
Toggle Commented Oct 31, 2014 on Chicken pot lie at suburban kamikaze
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I plan to begin using it immediately. The word, not the little thing, which requires a little more, what is the word? Oh god, I am so tired. I am trying to remember when I washed my hair last. Do we have any olives? Oh yes, Effort. SK
Toggle Commented Oct 30, 2014 on Chicken pot lie at suburban kamikaze
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It is a longstanding tradition here at Suburban Kamikaze to begin every Thursday with a confession. Ok, so that's not true. But now that we have, it could be a thing. And we are desperately in need of "a thing"... Continue reading
Posted Oct 30, 2014 at suburban kamikaze
Yes, but you have better taste in sweaters. And you can't put a price on that, probably. SK
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Seasonal madness. Everyone has a weakness. SK
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