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    coming out party finally hits australia. although they didn't think i am that funny. this, from the country whose biggest comedic achievement is crocodile dundee. screw them!
    "hooking up in the real world," hosted by coral and myself. it ended up pretty good.
    "coming out" stories told by comedians and writers. not a comedy show, per se, but is often funny.

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    I had the same problem. For a temporary "quick fix", purchase a heavy duty clear plastic liner and when the right cutain presents itself, you will be prepared. Enjoy your new digs.


    YEAH for you Dan! Also - google Hookless Shower Curtains. Nice and super easy - no hooks so one less decision to make. :)


    Consider putting a wishlist on Amazon for knick-knacks you actually want. I'll bet people would contribute to the cause. Congrats on the new place!


    happy. for. you.


    Awwwww, this post made me so happy for you; I'm beaming.

    Growing up is terrifying (I'm 31 and still feel like I have absolutely no idea how the world works) but it's stories like these that give me such hope and inspiration.

    :) :) :)


    Such a good idea, the Amazon wish list.
    Sometimes I fill a cart at Amazon and don't check out - I just think about the stuff for a while.
    Blood Bath and Beyond is overwhelming. Go smaller. West Elm maybe?
    Oh, and, welcome to grown-up world.

    Demetrius Bagley

    Cheers to your/the NEW! And thanks for continuing to write and share :)


    Congratulations, Dan, on the job, apartment and all the wonderful new things you get to add to it!


    Dear Dan,

    Congratulations on taking the next step in your life. It is a doozy. It seems that as we get older our problems just get ever more complicated, but hopefully were just better equipped to handle them.

    I remember when I first saw you on the Real World all those years ago. You were out and on TV on a time when very few people were. It meant a lot to me as a young tween sitting on the floor of my childhood playroom.

    Since then I've also gone into healthcare, moved out, found a partner, bought a house and all those things you're supposed to do when you're a grown-up. Although deep down inside, I still feel 15 years old and I just pretend to know what I'm doing. It's scary and you can't go back home again. But the more I do this, the more I'm comfortable in my own skin and sometimes its a bit fun to know that you're the one in charge of your life.

    Thank you writing about your own journey all these many years. I've appreciated reading your story and look forward to all your new adventures on the wards!


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