By Shannon McDonald
If they’re covering us, they’re either getting it wrong or making fun of us.
We’ve seen that hair before. We know that hair. We’ve seen it in the Wawa, buying smokes; we’ve seen it at Target, verbally abusing its children; and we’ve seen it at events, whispering mutedly racist tropes. In fact, anywhere where the Curiously De-Feminized Women Of The Northeast doth roam, so too does That Hair.
What do you think? Is this good-natured fun, or is Philebrity giving the Northeast a bad rep?