Jeremy Glass is a copywriter, creative strategist and freelance writer living in the objectively uncool part of Brooklyn. Read his work on Thrillist, The New York Times, GQ, Men's Health, or his shotty personal site. When Jeremy's not busy eating olives straight out of the jar, you can find him lounging in his apartment drawing pictures of his 10-pound ChiWeenie and extremely pregnant wife. Some say if you follow him on Twitter, he will personally send you a check for $48 dollars. It's worth a shot. Who's gonna stop you? The cops? @CandyandPizza
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