talk of the town

  • "Oh my God. I wonder why the men in my life never call me back as well. Thanks for turning life's heart-rending experiences into wonderful prose for us all to enjoy and cry over. Two penises? That's not crass sweetie. Your honesty is just astounding and wonderful. I wish I was you." - Mimi New York
  • "Thank you for the awwwwsome satire. If she can't take a joke, fuck her." - Seenster
  • "SK is dumb. End of story. Keep on pissing on her bonfire please." - Piu Piu
  • "Only Alex Blagg could write something this stupid." - beerzie boy
  • "Brilliant. Witty. Fantastic. Hysterical." - The Daily Ranter
  • "I would like to nominate this for a Nobel Prize. This is, without a doubt, one of the funniest things ever. Especially the line about masturbating to your own words. But who doesn't do that when they write something brilliant?" - Dave
  • "I can't tear myself away from the ringside action and ring-size drama. Ahhh, the drama." - Young Manhattanite
  • "Genius parody... I really hope [this is] written by a girl, and that she will be my new best friend." - Lindsayism
  • "Great site! Love the entertainment!" - Rene
  • "I luv the site. Now, who is this Stephanie Klein person and why is she impersonating the 2 of you?" - Scott
  • "I don't know why everyone thinks this sight is funny. It's painful. You are a great writer - your style is like William Faulkner meets Hillary Duff - but you are so concerned with what men think of you! I was once fat, too. I know you were fat because you, like all fat girls, were molested by your father. I managed to find my way out of obesity... I now teach Feminist Dance Therapy at UC Santa Cruz, and I can tell you that I am now skinny as a non-molested girl. I stare at your picture and think of what your shallow life must be like. I could show you a way out of that mess. Let me show you. Let me teach you." - Sylvia Jessica Plath

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Comments

Lynn

Sorry if I'm wrong, but this looks awfully like something you copied from the Greek Tragedy blog. Actually--I'm drawing more and more similarities and I look around. Maybe it's just coincidence?

Fan

Oh my god. Please tell me that last comment was a joke. I just peed my pants.

Lynn

Why--is it actually the opposite of what I had said?

Midwest

This is the funniest thing I've read since...well, since stumbling upon S.K.'s withering mess of a blog. If Judith Regan doesn't dump S.K. and offer you her book deal, something (else, besides Katrina) is very wrong in the world.

Midwest

www.kissnblog.com

ali

This was pretty funny. Of course I know its a parody of greek tragedy. I don't see anything wrong with that. It is obviously very out there, which I like.

chris ives

You left off

#112. I call people “dude” and begin many conversations with YO.

But yours is:

I call people "ho" and begin many conversations with AWWWE YEEAH.

Lauren

Haha, this is great! Keep it up!

Midwest

I just realized what your site is lacking: 1,000 photos of...you!
:) Midwest
www.kissnblog.com

Naomi

HILARIOUS!!! I thought I was the only one who thought SK's blog was self absorbed, poorly written and just plain pathetic. What is this world coming to that she got a book deal?!? I really was almost ready to give up until I stumbled upon this...

poolcleaner

I started out researching "making my own liqueurs at home" and stumbled onto this blog which I've just spent the last hour reading and being thouroughly entertained.

Whoever you are...you are genius!

lks

This is too funny. Here I am, sick at home in this heat and this is exactly what I needed to cheer me up!!! Thank you!! Greek Tragedy is the most boring thing I have ever read - this blog is the only thing worth reading that came out of it, so thanks Steph!

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enigma

I used to work with SK at the aforementioned marketing agency. I knew her mainly as a girl who strolled in late and never wore the same designer clothes twice. While eventually everyone around her got layed-off or fired, she always managed to remain bullet-proof in that regard. With daddy-friend connections at the top and an executive title on her business card, she was a mere trench worker designer. Nothing more. Talented? Sure, but no better than the others for sure. No knowledge of typography or academic design principles. Thankfully, our shop was a direct markting shop and you always had to use the client's fonts.

While she might have gotten massive raises (while the agency was officialy not giving them), she never once supervised another human being or received any additional responsibility beyond showing up. So special was she that despite the creative deaprtment being a Mac shop, they went out of their way to provide her with a PC that went against the grain of the entire workflow. This in an agency that told senior art directors the structure they needed to adapt to.

In SK's situation, someone seriously must have owed her mother or father a massive favor. How else would this Barnyard educated enigma acquire herself a vice-president's title on her business card age age 23, despite never having taken the lead on a design project. She mostly designed jump pages and HTML emails for AT&T (at least 2 years).

justin bieber supra

Good stuff as per usual, thanks. I do hope this kind of thing gets more exposure.

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