27: The age of a Young Girl according to Caroline.
$165: How much the Creativity Workshops costs. “The event cost $165, and promised lunch, teaching sessions with Calloway, customized care packages, personal letters, and fresh orchid crowns — most of which Calloway did not deliver. This time around, the ticket cost the same but she was more explicit. There would be singular orchids for wearing and picture taking — an orchid tucked behind the ear is a signature of Calloway’s — but attendees wouldn’t be able to keep them.” from NY Mag
Adventuregrams: What she branded her stories while at Cambridge.
And We Were Like: The title of her doomed book. She signed a $500k book deal that included a $125k advance. She said her publishers were totally cool with her paying it back in installments after she blew through all the money. See also: The annotated book proposal that she sold by the page on Etsy. She sent some choice emails to her publishers and agent and published them to Instagram.
Astrology, etc: If you’re wondering what her Myers-Briggs and Enneagram number is: “I’m an ENFP, Enneagram 4, and a Sagittarius sun, moon, rising, Mercury and Mars.”
Blogsnark: A subreddit where they’ve had a nearly weekly thread devoted to dissecting and venting about Caroline’s antics.
Byrd Leavell: Caroline’s book agent who also has represented Cat Marnell, Tucker Max and Donald Trump.
Cambridge University: Where she went to as a mature student after 3 years at NYU trying to get into Cambridge. She graduated Cambridge with a 2.2 in Art History and went to balls and parties and documented it all.
Creativity Tour: A “worldwide” tour dreamed up by Caroline where she promised the following for $165: Salad, oat milk, handmade care packages that included a mason jar with a personal letter in response to an email they sent Caroline, wildflower seeds, a notebook. She cancelled and then un-cancelled the tour. She refunded some of the people that attended but sent them this email to ask for maybe some of it back?
Dead Plant Society: An offshoot of the Who Weekly Facebook group that was dedicated to talking about Caroline.
Floor Salad: What everyone at the Creativity Workshops was promised.
Flower Crowns: The secret of flower crowns was promised at the Creativity Workshops. W Magazine’s reporter discovered: “The secret to flower crowns is there is no secret.”
Josh: Another ex she likes to reminisce about.
“I made this for you”: Something she often says to her followers after she writes an Instagram post.
Kayleigh: Journalist who started a viral Twitter thread which brought Caroline’s Creativity Workshop disaster to greater awareness. Caroline then created a T-shirt that said “Stop Hate Following Me Kayleigh” and it was later pulled.
Male Models: After a brief fling with a male model named “My Crush.” She went on an unsatisfying date with a man who allegedly, did not have defined abs, and asked people to find some male models that she could date.
Natalie: Her former best friend and ghostwriter for her book proposal. As of early September 2019, she was been dread hyping an article that Natalie has coming out for The Cut while she cycles through all the stages of grief on “The Grid” and Stories.
NYU: The lost college years she attended while trying to get into Cambridge.
Oat Milk: One of her touted drinks of choice and was allegedly a sponsor on her first Creativity Tour.
Oscar: Her faux Englishman (he was Swedish!) ex-boyfriend from Cambridge who she featured heavily on her Instagram and her book proposal. He asked her to stop talking about him and she posted the conversation. He started dating someone new and aired his annoyance at Caroline for continuing to talk about him.
Orchids: Frequent appearances and stories about them abound her grid.
Patreon: She started a Patreon in early August 2019 with two tiers. $2 for addition to her “Close Friends” list on Instagram for exclusive stories and $100 for “and once a month we’ll Skype for one hour and talk about whatever you want to talk about. It’ll be fun!”
“The Scam” Workshop: An August 2019 follow up to the January 2019 Creativity Workshop, where she embraced “going viral as a scam.”
Tittays: What she calls her first art works of the year. She offered them for $80-100 and has sold anywhere from 50 to 500. I’m not counting.
VICE: An undercover reporter went to her “The Scam” workshop after she rejected them under their press credentials. They also discovered that Caroline had financial problems with her rent and West Village studio.