I had a friend whose family had dinner together. The mother would tuck you in at night and make breakfast in the morning. They even had a spare bike for a friend. It just seemed so amazing to me.
If there's anything more mortifying than being famous at 14, it's being washed up right after.
My Dad was so open creatively that I was off in search of black turtleneck bathing suits with long sleeves.
I spent most of my life locked in my bedroom, miserable about my raging acne.
Gag me with a spoon!
Every job I've ever gotten has been an accident. All the jobs I actually go after, I don't get.
How strange, when your father's wearing women's clothes and platform shoes, that a pair of loafers looks incredible.
Your own experience keeps taking you towards something. My book adds the hope that it's a better something.
I don't want to lose my name because that's how I know myself. There is a legacy here.
I peaked early. I was told I'd missed my boat.
I didn't have any concept of age or authority. I remember realising, Oh, the world has rules and we don't.
My mother tells this story that when I first went to school, I thought I was going to help the teachers. I didn't realise I was going to get educated.
I think I have a dark view of the world. I have to make everything funny, otherwise it all seems so sad.
I grew up with too much freedom. You can't define yourself.
Not many people know what their parents sound like having sex. It was noisy.
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