My new one of the week: To have a child so famous that he has a cardboard cut-out of him or herself, which I can then display in my home. This would be so preferable to having school photos of them hither and thither.
“Three generations: Gloria Vanderbilt in her living room in front of a portrait of her mother, painted by Dana Pond in Paris in the twenties, and next to a life-size cardboard cutout of her son, Anderson Cooper, which had been used in airports to publicize his book. Vanderbilt’s clothes by Ralph Lauren.
Photo: Jack Robinson/Vogue/Condé Nast Archive, Copyright © Condé Nast”
Daughter of Invention [NYMag]
And then beat the shit out of my husband.