In the post Grocery Bag Dysmorphic Disorder (September 14, 2011):
- The grocery bags were not made of unicorn skin. The unicorn is a mythical beast.
- “Check out this week’s Dear Good Greatsby” was meant as a recommendation, not an order. I acknowledge that I am not in any way, shape, or form, the boss of you.
- Getting the name of a blog wrong is not definitive proof that you are secretly in love with the owner of that blog.
In the post An Open Letter to a Guy Who May or May Not Be Named Dan, Regarding Our Recent Text Message Exchange (September 10, 2011):
- Dan’s final text message (“sorry wrong number”) was omitted. I couldn’t bring myself to mention it; the feelings of anger and shame triggered by his assumption that I was too stupid to figure it out for myself were still too raw.
In the post Terror in the Skies: An Open Letter to Vance Gilbert (September 5, 2011):
- The fork incident really occurred, but it was significantly less embarrassing than implied in this post. Also, the salad was very overpriced, not “kind of” overpriced.
- Nail polish remover is not allowed on airplanes.
In the post The Door (August 15, 2011):
- Mixing bleach and ammonia does not create “a simple explosive which can be used to blast through a blocked door easily and safely”; instead, it produces deadly cyanide gas.
In the post Lucky to Be Alive (June 31, 2011):
- The “300 frenzied rat-like creatures running wild” were actually two docile gerbils in a cage.
- The “raging inferno that almost cost us our lives” was a birthday cake with twelve lit candles.
- The sound of “sirens of approaching fire engines, our last desperate hope for survival” was actually the sound of a small group of people singing “Happy Birthday” out of tune.
In the post Errata and Clarifications to Recent Posts (September 16, 2011):