It’s day eleventy-thousand of quarantine, and if you are like me, you’re starting to think about eating your pets. Not because you have anything against your wife’s Pomeranian named ‘Penelope’, but because your government is asking you to shelter in place, and to conserve supplies, and you have mouths to
This story was originally published on Broke Ass Stuart’s Goddamn Website five years ago. Here, it’s been updated and also includes a Spotify link. Cue up the entire playlist with a single click: Eighteen Tunes to Screw To And stay tuned for a follow-up list the next week or two.
Langston Kerman is a LA based comedian, writer and actor. He stars alongside Lake Bell and Dax Shepard as ‘Brandon’ on the ABC series Bless This Mess from Liz Meriwether. Langston’s Comedy Central Half-Hour Special aired in September 2018 along with the release of his debut comedy album “Lightskinned Feelings.”
by Laurie Riihimaki From the astonishing tricks of Houdini to the spectacular world of Harry Potter, magic has always been a part of our society. The idea that something dazzling and unexpected could wondrously appear in our average existence is a concept that continuously blows our minds and makes our
by Limus Woods When the Novel Coronavirus hit the United States, I really began to worry. Especially being here in Boston, where a young University of Massachusetts student contracted it. I started seeing more and more locals in facemasks. I walked past one student on Massachusetts Avenue who had on
by Kate Brunotts Shopping for razors is especially difficult when you have to decide between being a froofy little girl or a brooding alpha male. I know it’s hard to believe, but it turns out that the blue and pink razors are largely the same outside of their color and
By Eddie Jen My roommate and I share a secret hand signal for embarrassing public moments. Like when the couple you’re having dinner with starts fighting. There’s no other way to express your discomfort at that moment: when you can’t talk and you can’t leave — you just have to
by Hannah Harkness Social media has the ability to bring a community of people together to share extremely specific inside jokes. I know this because my algorithm largely shows me posts from stand up comedians, wrestlers/wrestling fans, and snake owners… which creates a confusing and terrifying timeline that routinely scares