Anonymous asked: SNP, what are your opinions on LDR? Do you adore her or think she's a total phony?
GUYS, I’m not using this Tumblr anymore! Go to http://snpsnpsnp.tumblr.com while my new site’s being built. Ask me q’s there if you like. x
But since it is Valentine’s Day here’s a perfect pic of the original Lana, Ms. Nancy Sinatra:
Anonymous asked: Do you ever catch my subtweets?
You must be from Toronto! I mean, no? Could your subtweets possibly, really, be about me?
Anonymous asked: Hi Sarah. You share a lot of your life thru your blog, tweets, and instagram. That's generous, but at the same time, narcissistic. Why, when and how did that need of exposing yourself to complete strangers took form in your blog? And since you often say that you want to publish your novel (which I'm kinda curious/eager to discover and read), will your own self be the material for it? Also, could you explain your tattoos, specially the fingers one? Thanks for sharing!
I wish it were just generous and narcissistic, but it also feels compulsive and/or compulsory. I’m sure my own mind will provide the material for a novel, yes. That doesn’t mean it’ll be directly or explicitly or even presumably about me.
Tattoos are inspired by something from a Joan Didion book and also by tequila. Thanks for reading!
Anonymous asked: SNP, can we be existential hoes together? I'm so fucking in love with you, you make me want to clean my room. But I sincerely hope that I never meet you IRL (which would likely never happen anyway...unless I visit New York and briefly chill in American Two Shot). I know I would inevitably say something idiotic to evoke a wicked eye roll that would murder me. Never stop being sassy as fuck. Loving you from afar via the world wide web though and want you to know that you are so very wonderful.
Girllll* I will slow my eye roll for you.
*are you a girl? I just assume, but I emoji-heart you back so hard no matter who/what/where you are right now.
Anonymous asked: Does any of your old writing make you cringe? Not that it should. But it seems like when one puts something out into the world it is destined to make you feel a little arrgh once you come back across it again one day. How do you deal? Do you re-read yourself much or just keep it moving?
I don’t re-read myself. I’m not a cow! Chewing my cud over, over, over, grossssss. Especially because I did mostly clever, lifestyley stuff for so long, and while I think much of that girl’s sphere stuff is important, and totally defensible against alt-bros and boring intellectuals, it’s also tonally not quite me (not even the me I really was then, let alone the me I want to be now).
Anonymous asked: How do you feel about kate moss?
Not as good as most things taste.
Anonymous asked: What kind of advice would you give to a young woman whose long-term boyfriend's 65 year old father has a tendency to say sexist things on a regular basis?
I wouldn’t know until she asked me.
Anonymous asked: What has been your most memorable birthday thus far?
Maybe my 23rd, which felt like the semi-charmed, semi-popular, really-in-love teenage birthday I never teenagely had.
Anonymous asked: what do you think of virginia woolf?
A great, great deal.