NOUN a member of the middle class, as in, a person whose political, economic, and social opinions are believed to be determined mainly by concern for property values and conventional respectability
ORIGIN Middle French, 1555-65: from Latin, ‘wheat.’
on introducing Los Angeles to visitors
bright orange soup for those acorn squashes languishing on your counter
good friday reads
the cruise directors
coming to terms with what we've become.
It happens when you're not looking. One day you're touring the country in a van in indie rock obscurity, or you're hustling as a PA in a 3rd tier market managing sewage clean-up for a reality TV show. Before you know it you've forged a career, moved across the country and discovered a paradise of creativity, fine cuisine and some epic cycling.
The Bouge Cruise documents the things we find on our journey together. We're just two east coast ex-pats exploring southern California and beyond. We're Addie and Andy and we'll keep you posted as we find our way.
ADJECTIVE aspiring to a higher class than one is to the point of snobbery, used in relation to the conspicuous consumption of the urban upper-middle class
ORIGIN early 21st century American slang
- farmers' markets
- world travels
- the man
- aggressive drivers
- late nights
- societal expectations
Points of Disagreement
- stinky cheese
- peanut butter
- benefits of stretching
- sports on tv