Ordering lunch is always a pain in the ass. Especially when you’re livin’ in the city!
But don’t you hate when you’re trying to call in your lunch order and then one of your coworkers is like, “Where are you ordering from?” and you’re like, “Ugh,” and then she’s like, “No one in this office likes you. You realize that, right? You’re like the office pariah. We all hope you get fired.”
Anyway, Belle knows what I’m talking about. Enjoy.
There is beauty in Bernice’s desperation. She is a delicate flower, mistreated by her former lover and place of work. Although deeply wounded, she appears brave, brazen. Searching solace in her cellphone, she comes up short. She desires love, denying the possibility that perhaps she abandoned it all for a shot at glory in the big apple.
And sweet Belle. What is she to do? Her sisterly obligations remain intact although are incessantly tested. She is sweet…perhaps too sweet.
Is there not a bit of Belle AND Bernice inside of us all?
Who would you rather go on a date with? Honestly, the ladies both have their pros and cons.
Belle would be nice dinner-date. Maybe get dressed up, have a glass of wine, eat a nice meal and have polite conversation. I just don’t see it being a really fun time.
Admittedly, Bernice would be a rough dinner-date. BUT-I wouldn’t necessarily need to get dressed up, I would get very drunk, we would make fun of people and then, and I don’t mean to assume, we’d probably make stinky.
So, the world did not end. We didn’t think it would.
However, we were surprised the world didn’t end after the crew from Rejected Pitches, Cool Kids Table, Belle and Bernice, and The Front Desk came together to party for the holidays. I mean, it could have ended from complete and total awesomeness.