Shrill Review: Lindy West’s Book Is Now a Portlandia-y TV Show



Right, Gloucester -- someone talking about a non-mainstream life experience they have had in order to tell other people what it's like and make others with the same experience feel like they are not alone is a "morbid preoccupation." If you made a habit of listening rather than shooting your mouth off to express lazy cliches, you might actually learn something.


Wow, do you two know each other? Fat chance, right?


Aidy’s character’s name is Annie, not Allie.


5, you sound like you have a morbid fascination with facts, and the rest of the world is burning you in effigy while laughing at you and being disgusted.