RESCUE 60640 by Megan Carlson

RESCUE 60640 by Megan Carlson

Google Search History (retrieved 11/14/2019) 

  • How to get salt stain out of Uggs
  • How to make friends
  • How to make friends in your 30s
  • 60640 coffee shop 
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  • 60640 coffee shop NOT starbucks
  • negative effects of caffeine
  • alternatives to caffeine
  • benefits of chamomile
  • Making friends at coffee shop 
  • how to talk to strangers
  • how to be less awkward 
  • how to be less intense with new people
  • be less intense 
  • be less 
  • am I too much quiz 
  • liquor store 60640
  • husband distant
  • my husband is distant what do I do
  • emotional connection in relationship
  • emotional connection in relationship importance
  • Instacart login
  • Instacart customer service 
  • Instacart login help 
  • what’s my fucking password
  • can tea get you high?
  • can chamomile get you high?
  • household items to get you high
  • is cooking wine the same as regular wine? 
  • amount of alcohol in cooking wine
  • alcoholism quiz
  • drinking in moderation 
  • drinking alone normal
  • do all men have intimacy issues?
  • lonely in my relationship  
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  • finding emotional connection outside relationship 
  • finding emotional connection outside relationship NOT divorce 
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  • funny cat videos 
  • depression
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  • benefits of lavender
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Megan Carlson is a nonprofit communications professional, social justice advocate, and feminist lit-nerd living in Chicago. She holds a master's degree in journalism from the Medill School at Northwestern University, and her creative work has been featured in Hypertext Magazine and Blue Nib Magazine. You can follow her at @MegsCarlson on Twitter, where she mostly re-tweets Chrissy Teigen.

Art by Bob Schofield @anothertower

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