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Auntie SparkNotes: I Want to Move On From My Toxic Ex

By kat_rosenfieldMay 21, 2018
Hi Auntie, So I'm a senior in high school and while I know love is fleeting, it definitely doesn't hurt any less when things end in a way you don't expect. I had a huge crush on a guy for months, and he finally asked me... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: I Want to Move On From My Toxic Ex

Auntie SparkNotes: I Feel Like the Third Wheel

By kat_rosenfieldMay 18, 2018
Hi Auntie, I’m in a bit of a sticky situation. I have two very close friends, let’s call them Anna and Raina. Anna and Raina are in most of the same classes together, and I’m not. I don’t have many other friends except for them, so... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: I Feel Like the Third Wheel

Auntie SparkNotes: My Friend's Dad Died and I Said the Wrong Thing

By kat_rosenfieldMay 16, 2018
Dear Auntie, I have a friend who we'll call "Andrew." Andrew and I have been best friends since 6th grade. He's been with me through everything and is always so supportive and kind... which is why this particular event weighs on me so much. I've never been... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: My Friend's Dad Died and I Said the Wrong Thing

9 Fictional High Schools, Ranked from Most to Least Accurate

By ElodieMay 15, 2018
What high school is like in fiction: FOOD FIGHTS EVERY DAY. THERE’S ONLY ONE CLASS, AND IT’S ENGLISH. NOBODY HAS PARENTS. What high school is like in real life: you have six classes. Food fights are rare, but the tater tots are okay. You see your mom daily and even use More  →
9 Fictional High Schools, Ranked from Most to Least Accurate

30 Ways to End Your Essay Without Saying "In Conclusion"

By ElodieMay 15, 2018
According to every English teacher I have ever had, the greatest sin of all is ending your essay with the phrase “in conclusion.” I mean, okay, it may not be gluttony or hubris or murder, but it’s up there. This used to stump me. What would... More  →
30 Ways to End Your Essay Without Saying "In Conclusion"