Ok so the trailer for Home Again just came out and we are already fully on board. The Reese Witherspoon movie is a good old-fashioned rom-com, except with a tough single mom making out with a hot younger dude. SIGN! US! UP!
Call it Girls Gone Mild. Or Wenches Gone Wild. Or whatever, the point is the glorious Cannes Best Director Sofia Coppola made a hilarious GGW parody on the set of her new movie The Beguiled. It’s very titillating, lots of ankle.
Well, we did it. We got through Halloween. And while our Insta pictures were 🔥, some of our friendships went 💥. This hella gross and gory sketch from the women of College Humor definitely nailed that awkward moment on November 1st when you have to deal with what your friend did to you the night before. Except in this case it’s a little extra rude. How could you, Katie. How could you….
It’s rough out there for a high powered businesswoman. Your pantsuits have to be crisp, your updo has to be sleek, your phone has to stay attached to your ear at all times. It’s exhausting! And if you’re Shanna Shrum (aka the Life of the Pahty), even vacation doesn’t set you free.
And now, the tale of three 20-something women who just wanted to go for a hike and forget about the disappointing men in their lives. But sometimes when you try to go for a hike in the Hollywood hills, the hills… hike you.
The brilliant besties of Fresh Hell (Hannah Garces, Emily Durrett, and Elizabeth Guest) bring you this sketch about what happens when you try to take an ordinary average silly picture with LA’s most famous landmark. Spoiler: it doesn’t go great.
When the barista rolls their eyes at your order and you fantasize about slapping the cup out of their hands. When your ex-boyfriend slides into the DM’s and you fantasize about posting the screenshot. Ooh, when a dude catcalls you and you fantasize about screaming right in his stupid sexist face. All these tiny fantasies help us get through the day.
Which is why the series Tiny Fantasies from Maggie Monahan and Sydney Nikols is p much our favorite thing on the internet right now. It’s so funny and so, so, SO satisfying.