Tag Archives: Humor
“Properly approached, it’s a viable alternative for getting cheaply from point A to point B, even if those points are on opposite sides of the country.” Jim Courter offers some rules of thumb for hitchhikers.
“The first tool I reached for was a razor, and dispatched with the new growth with a few relatively clean sweeps. One week later, I was stricken with a horrific combination of an ingrown hair and a fresh mustache now made of short, lopped-off, obvious hairs.” Sarah Murrell fights the good fight.
“Dear friend, you’re not Hitler. You’re not even Goebbels or Himmler or any of those guys. You are a human being with thoughts and feelings, and to the best of my knowledge, you have never led or participated in a continental campaign to eradicate minorities you arbitrarily decided were bad.” John King has a proposition for you.
“Any third grader could enumerate the disadvantages of having such a condition, especially is he has an degree in ophthalmology.” But James Morris‘s (thick) glasses are half full.
“Unfortunately, the relationship Cheryl and I had is no more–but the joint Netflix account we shared is still going strong! Yay! That means Netflix Instant Thursdays lives on!” Andy Bankin (and Cheryl) pick some movies.
“How could this warped Zeitgeist take hold? Was it because order was upset with the ending of the Harry Potter series? Was it because Republican men were trying to steal women’s right to have days at all?” Just say yes to Kara Panzer.
“Indoor tanning, in my opinion, is the closest you can get to actually staring down the barrel of a gun as it presses a molten lead round through your cranium, but slowed down by about a million percent.” Sarah Murrell apparently used to like that.
“Before you invest time and money in a degree program, consider these 10 tips for making graduate school affordable.” Tara Campbell has your money-saving advice.
“I don’t know what it is about women in police uniforms, but it always makes me feel as if Big Sister has arrived to start making men pay for all the mental fooling around we do.” Con Chapman stifles his urges.
“In fifteen minutes, you can get one child ready for bed if the other child, the one who drinks bath water and does the opposite of everything you ask, plays safely and happily in the tub.” Robin Beery has additional recommendations for your quarter-hours.