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Why I Took a Hard Pass On My High School Reunion

There was no way in hell that was going to happen.

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My high school reunion came and went this weekend. I gave attending approximately 64 seconds of thought before landing solidly in the camp of, “Oh hell no.”

To be clear, this was the 30th. Our diplomas are old enough to drink, rent cars, and go through an existential…




For women in their 30s & 40s or whatever. If the internet doesn’t think you’re cool anymore, we do.

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Vanessa Torre

Vanessa Torre

Writer, editor, plant junkie, music fan, and host of 🎙 I Hadn’t Considered That, a podcast about perspectives.

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