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California girl in New York.

June 2, 2014 at 7:42pm
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F*cking New York

7:00pm
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(Source: animatedtext, via loveyourchaos)

5:09pm
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(Source: Spotify)

3:53pm
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#ladyboss 

#ladyboss 

June 1, 2014 at 6:02pm
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I spy from Brooklyn Heights with my little eye, Lady Liberty.

I spy from Brooklyn Heights with my little eye, Lady Liberty.

May 31, 2014 at 12:00pm
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With love from Caturday

With love from Caturday

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5:50am
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Some things that come with bartending and the graveyard shift are rough, but getting home just in time to see dawn break over New York City isn’t one of them.

Some things that come with bartending and the graveyard shift are rough, but getting home just in time to see dawn break over New York City isn’t one of them.

May 30, 2014 at 5:35pm
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#blessed in Brooklyn

#blessed in Brooklyn

May 29, 2014 at 7:27pm
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God bless you, sweetheart.

— Nicest catcall I’ve gotten in awhile

6:20pm
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vicemag:

RIP Phrosties 
First, he came for our Four Loko, and we said nothing. Then, he came for powdered alcohol. Now, New York Senator Chuck Schumer is coming for Phrosties, the clandestine alcoholic slushy delivery service that has taken off across the five boroughs over the past few months.
“A 12-year-old can probably buy these ‘sloshies’ online, get it, and enjoy it because it’s filled with fruit juice and fruit punch and all the things that taste sweet and nice,” Schumer said at a press conference Monday. “A few weeks ago, I talked about powdered alcohol. I’m making an effort to prevent that from being sold. I would like to see the same thing happen to these ‘sloshies’” if they’re not regulated.
The remarks, coupled with the news that the New York State Liquor Authority is investigating the “unregulated and unlicensed” slushy merchants, has scared the creators of Phrostie out of business, or at least driven them deeper underground. By Tuesday, thePhrostie Instagram account had been scrubbed clean, its delivery contact details replaced by the warning “WE DO NOT DELIVER.” After that, my texts to the previously listed phone numbers went unanswered, until Wednesday night, when I got a reply from the Brooklyn delivery service saying that if I wanted any more Phrosties, I would have to order “ASAP.”
Twenty minutes later, a delivery guy showed up and handed me a black grocery bag full of slushies. “That’s it for the Phrosties,” he sighed. The service, he explained, was selling the last of its inventory and closing up shop, thanks to “Schumer and the regulations, I guess.”
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Dammit. I was only able to enjoy Phrosties only once, and they were delicious in a perfectly alcoholic way, and that was a month ago and it wasn’t even really summer yet and it’s already over. Why must you take everything we love?

vicemag:

RIP Phrosties 

First, he came for our Four Loko, and we said nothing. Then, he came for powdered alcohol. Now, New York Senator Chuck Schumer is coming for Phrosties, the clandestine alcoholic slushy delivery service that has taken off across the five boroughs over the past few months.

“A 12-year-old can probably buy these ‘sloshies’ online, get it, and enjoy it because it’s filled with fruit juice and fruit punch and all the things that taste sweet and nice,” Schumer said at a press conference Monday. “A few weeks ago, I talked about powdered alcohol. I’m making an effort to prevent that from being sold. I would like to see the same thing happen to these ‘sloshies’” if they’re not regulated.

The remarks, coupled with the news that the New York State Liquor Authority is investigating the “unregulated and unlicensed” slushy merchants, has scared the creators of Phrostie out of business, or at least driven them deeper underground. By Tuesday, thePhrostie Instagram account had been scrubbed clean, its delivery contact details replaced by the warning “WE DO NOT DELIVER.” After that, my texts to the previously listed phone numbers went unanswered, until Wednesday night, when I got a reply from the Brooklyn delivery service saying that if I wanted any more Phrosties, I would have to order “ASAP.”

Twenty minutes later, a delivery guy showed up and handed me a black grocery bag full of slushies. “That’s it for the Phrosties,” he sighed. The service, he explained, was selling the last of its inventory and closing up shop, thanks to “Schumer and the regulations, I guess.”

Continue

Dammit. I was only able to enjoy Phrosties only once, and they were delicious in a perfectly alcoholic way, and that was a month ago and it wasn’t even really summer yet and it’s already over. Why must you take everything we love?