The Question Is…. No More Birthdays Forever

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About Allan Mott

Allan Mott was once accused of being a narcissistic goth lesbian by a disgruntled Amazon reviewer. That pretty much sums up his writing career (which includes 12 and 1/2 books and frequent contributions to such sites as XOJane, XOJaneUK, Canuxploitation, Bookgasm and Flick Attack,). His most personal writing can be found at VanityFear.com, where he uses the subject of B-Movies to mostly talk about boobs and stuff. Tweet him on the Twitter at @HouseofGlib.

Comments

  1. Worth it, because nothing would ever live up to that birthday anyway, so why even try? The memories from that celebration would be enough to make me not miss the happy birthday Facebook messages.

  2. No way would I take that deal! It’s true that I never get a birthday party, and I would love one, but I would be too sad if nobody ever said happy birthday to me again. Plus, I love the silly cards my kids draw for me.

  3. P.S. Is that a Jack Davis movie poster?! #MadMADLove

    • Allan Mott says:

      The only other option is that it’s a highly skilled forgery. I know his style was ripped off on occasion. I’d never actually seen (or even heard of) this movie before this–I just searched for birthday movies and the poster from HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME just didn’t seem appropriate. :)

  4. Joanna Schroeder says:

    Okay first HAPPY BIRTHDAY

    Second, I do not care about birthdays or all that much about parties. I would give up all my birthdays (assuming I’d still be alive) for one really amazing 2 week vacation.

  5. Alexa The Mensch says:

    I have already given up birthday celebrations. I stopped at 17 to honor my dignity as an adult.

  6. It would kill me not to have someone at least buy me a birthday drink. Can I settle for one mildly satisfying party every 5 years or so with a few heartfelt bday wishes and a cake baked with my kid in all the years between? :)

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