Being Yelp Girl at least got her some writing gigs. She penned a piece about Millennial poverty for Fusion, and had just taken a trip to New York City, where she did yet another open mic, and met with another editor about freelancing. After the Yelp firing, “It was like the rug got pulled out from under me, and as it got pulled out, it was like I realized I’m a really good tap dancer,” she says, making hokey vaudeville arms for comedic effect. I laugh. “Like I was just like ‘Whoa, whoa, check this out! This is great!’ Now I’m just like tap dancing around.”
The Revelations of Lady Murderface
Lauren Smiley
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Reminds me a lot of Willie from NOBODY’s FAMILY IS GOING TO CHANGE and there’s a sequel which is WILLIE THE TAPDANCING KID.

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