How I know I’m really a boy, Reasons #4678-4681

  1. Football (srsly, if anyone had to beat the Packers, I’m glad it was the Giants. I may feel a post brewing on Eli Manning.)
  2. Mogwai, also Mastodon, also Godflesh
  3. Fear and loathing of rom-coms
  4. Unstinting adoration of movies made from comic books (or sharing a comic book-style aesthetic, or leading to comic book spinoffs) (X-Men, The Crow, Sin City, Grindhouse and Army of Darkness, respectively)

Do you think President Huckabee will send me to the gender re-education camps, or do you think he’ll let me slide on account of my uncanny fondness for makeup and girly T-shirts?

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About Molly Newman

Writer, cook and trivia/spelling bee hostess, living it up in North Portland.
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4 Responses to How I know I’m really a boy, Reasons #4678-4681

  1. Yes I have one says:

    Yup, I saw you at the radio station, you could be a boy.

  2. azureavian says:

    does a like feeling on #4 mean i am a quarter-boy?

  3. Melanie S. says:

    Molly,
    As a writer with a love of comic books have you read The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon? It won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2001. A fantastic read. “It follows the lives of two cousins, a Czech artist named Joe Kavalier and a Brooklyn-born writer named Sam Clay—both Jewish—before, during, and after World War II. Kavalier and Clay become major figures in the nascent comics industry during its “Golden Age.” credit – wikipedia.

  4. pc smart says:

    if it couldn’t be one manning in the bowl, at least the cute one will get a shot at his own ring (daddy and big bro are covered)…although a manning vs manning showdown would have made for great ratings…

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