I have shared in the past that I have several, active group texts with different friend groups – many of whom are lawyers. Generally speaking, these group texts are reserved for light-hearted topics. We share funny Twitter posts and memes and tell stories about our kids. We complain about work. We plan our next get-together so that in true, millennial fashion, we can cancel last minute. We sometimes talk politics and routinely exchange articles on current events and the like. As friends, our interests are mostly aligned, and we generally agree on the issues – especially the big-picture ones – which makes it easier to keep the text streams flowing. Read the full article in the December issue of Dicta.
It seems clear that despite my confidence in Velveeta’s superiority, the people have spoken, and Kraft Macaroni and Cheese prevails.