Quote of the Day:
“Do you ever hold your boobs in you hands and try to guess how much they weigh?”
— BuzzFeed reporter Tracy Clayton.
Mediaite columnist gives CNN’s Brian Stelter a polite warning
Read the story by Joe Concha here.
“Just realized most of my serious exes either married twice or never married at all. Hmmmmmm. #MaybeitsNOTme?” — Peter Roff, contributing editor, U.S. News & World Report.
Journo is taking this rather personally
“I feel like TMZs website doesn’t even want me on it.” — BuzzFeed‘s Samir Mezrahi.
In unsurprising news, Dave Weigel heads to Dunkin Donuts
“Just walked into Dunkin Donuts and started discussing gender issues am I doing this right.” — Bloomberg Politics reporter Dave Weigel, personal oppo advisor to ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-Schlongston)
Interesting bedfellows: Monica Lewinsky has proposal for sex columnist Dan Savage
“Thank you! I want to connect at some point. have had an idea to explore with you.” — Monica Lewinsky, TED speaker and all that other stuff.
GASP! Journo uses a pay phone
“Traveling with two 18 year olds who were simply flabbergasted to see someone use a pay phone. Beyond their comprehension.” — NYT‘s Carl Hulse.
“When I 1st moved in my sink was clogged. I took off the trap and found a razor blade, condom and 2 syringe needs in it.” — BuzzFeed Washington Bureau Chief John Stanton.
And another sort of confession…
“This morning, I found myself in one of those overcaffeinated, overendorphined, “what could possibly go wrong?” states as I perused my Twitter feed. Dangerous! Soon I found myself talking back to certain tweets, usually in my head. But sometimes not. I hate Twitter.” — NYT‘s Mark Leibovich in a weekend mag story about Hillary Clinton‘s quest for relatability.
Just setting the record straight
“I have no opinions about diaper creme.” — NYT‘s Josh Barro, after some followers thought he’d written “Desitin” instead of Destin. As in Florida.
Advice from Matthew Yglesias
“Talk to your baby about hiccups before it’s too late.” — Vox.com‘s Executive Editor Matthew Yglesias.
How this Daily Beast reporter handles a working Sunday
UH OH: “Me, upon realizing I have to spend this gorgeous day inside writing feverishly.” — Tim Mak.