The Delightfully Disturbing Holiday Displays of Yesteryear: Complete with murder Santa!
Watching Someone Get Hit in the Nuts Has Always United Humanity: On the history of bloopers and books with “boner” in the title.
A Friendly Reminder to Pay for the Things You Care About: The problem with free*
Why Are Thanksgiving Leftovers the Only Acceptable Leftovers? With a reminder of how soulless Dagwood’s eyes are.
16th Century Meat Carvers Were Way Ahead of Your Uncle Walter: A history of men and meat carving.
The lovely people of Chopping Block Comedy are performing a show full of my rejected sketches this weekend and interviewing me about writin’ stuff. I’m super excited; this is some wonderful weirdness from the past several years that I couldn’t convince anyone else to put on a stage.
Saturday, December 17 at 9:30 pm
The Pack Theater
6470 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
Pay What You Can
I wrote a couple of sketches for this year’s LA Skins Fest Sketch Comedy Showcase. If you’re in LA, come check it out!
MEL Magazine agreed to publish this ridiculous dream article, and I couldn’t be happier.
Well, I thought I couldn’t be happier, but then I did this:
Check out the new version here. It includes expanded information about pitching, sending blind emails to potential employers, leaving the house, and dealing with commenters.
A few food and humor history articles:
- The Fantastic Culinary Horrors of ‘Happy Living: A Guide for Brides!’
- A Hard Look at the Dick Joke Through History
- The OG Bachelor Food (About the chafing dish’s role as the proto-microwave in the early 1900s)
The most important DANCING FAKE HAND video you will see today (and probably most days):
Writing some cards for Someecards: