Colombians are having a hard time trying to figure out what to do with Escobar’s legacy - and that includes his property. It’s like a sign of what’s happened in Colombia in the last 20 years. And this past is still present, and Colombians maybe don’t know how to deal with this memory, with Pablo Escobar’s heritage. All those contradictions are still alive there, and I think now in the most absurd way - in hippos reproducing in a river.
“Oh. What do we have here? Turkey? Nice. Swiss? Dope. I can pick this lettuce off; no big deal. Mayonnaise?!?! YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME.” I look like a fool—a 27-year-old man forced to wipe mayonnaise off a slice of bread in front of grown adults.
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You know, from where I’m sitting, there’s this undertone of perfection that’s running rampant in the minds of today’s women. Pinterest overload, immaculate parties, confetti in our shoes. Celebrations are fun, but somewhere along the way, we lost the everyday. The glitz and glitter has overshadowed the simplest of pleasures: clean sheets, morning light, hot tea. And making time to notice those pleasures - to celebrate those pleasures - is a top priority for me.