Automated thinkpiece generator and television show "Girls" aired its third episode last night, and it was actually pretty good! But of course, when it comes to "Girls," each individual episode's quality is basically irrelevant — what's more important are the things people say on the Internet after watching these episodes.



In the spirit of the age, then, here are the essays we're looking forward to in the wake of episode three "All Adventurous Women Do":



 


  • "'I don't want my body to be funny': The plight of actresses in Hollywood who look like normal people"






  • "'It's unpaid, but it could very well lead to something': How internships and unemployment are adjusting Millenials' expectations downward"






  • "Is your baggage small, medium or big?"






  • "It's Lonely on that Island: How Jorma Taccone crystallizes our fear of commitment"






  • "'The first time I f--- you, it might scare you a little,' and other horrible things men trying to sleep with me have said"






  • "'You were soft and round, like a dumpling,' and other horrible things men who have slept with me have said"






  • "Why IS the High Line closed after dark?"






  • "Is there anything sadder than the filmography of James Le Gros?"






  • "BECAUSE I AM AN ANIMAL: The post-ironic Millenial Twitter voice"