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Lauren Collins
Staff Writer at The New Yorker. Euro-in-training. Author of When in French: Love in a Second Language.
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Lauren Collins 2h
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Lauren Collins 3h
Replying to @barbarahalla
That old urban music
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Lauren Collins 3h
Sunday night in Paris
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Lauren Collins 8h
Replying to @20002ist
Bit weird to "accuse" someone of getting breast implants, imo. (It's about the woman known as Octomom.)
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Lauren Collins 13h
This "did" is doing some very weird work
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Lauren Collins Dec 13
Replying to @dlknowles
Ah British HUMOUR
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Lauren Collins Dec 13
Replying to @dlknowles
Is there a Boaty McBoatface situation going down?
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Lauren Collins Dec 13
Replying to @MarkDiStef
Righthanders—the ultimate snowflakes
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Lauren Collins Dec 13
Replying to @siddhmi
Will do. Loved the piece and want to eat all the food.
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Lauren Collins Dec 13
Replying to @siddhmi
"jounce-chopped"–that is beautiful
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Lauren Collins Dec 12
A book club, but for discussing Theresa May's psychology
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Lauren Collins Dec 11
"when your nail polish isn't dry" H/T
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Lauren Collins Dec 11
Think I did? 🐝
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Lauren Collins Dec 11
Replying to @youngvulgarian
Yeah, anticipating tears of multiple varieties on Thursday (when I become French?!)
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Elian Peltier Dec 11
21 million French people watched Macron addressing the nation's crisis sparked by the movement last night — more than those who watched the World Cup final this summer
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Lauren Collins Dec 11
In which demolishes WASP-stalgia & returns it to dust
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Lauren Collins Dec 11
Tons to learn from this dawn-to-dusk dispatch from Saturday's protest
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James McAuley Dec 9
True that political life is fraught all over, but - again - let's please be very careful with the "Paris is burning" narrative. As in: 10k people took to the streets in a city of millions over the weekend. Now, for instance, it's raining and everyone is Christmas shopping 🎄 🛒
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Lauren Collins Dec 9
Replying to @archiebland @edcumming
You have to admit it was likeable
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Lauren Collins Dec 7
Replying to @LouStoppard
Too many indignities to count
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