Weekly Roundup Of The Funniest Dang Tweets

There should be a new word for how we’re feeling these days. Hopeful/angry/baffled = hangled? Anyway, when you’re ready for a break from all the craziness, these tweets are here for you. Take a lil laugh break, huh?


And we as well do not intend to.


… we kinda wish?


Oh little buddy.

‘The blood doesn’t come out of the same place as the pee?’ – every bro.


Yum yum yum everything is garbage!


Lock up your nuts, because we’re marching straight over to burn down the patriarchy.


How convenient!


Yeah maybe both those American heroes didn’t know, ok?!?


Oh god we can’t stop laughing at this.


Do whatever it takes to get through to your reps and don’t stop doing it.


Who would have thought a bunch of dicks would grow up to be a bunch of dicks. Huh!


Shoutout to all the rude baristas and ghosting Tinder dates for staying on-brand.


Go ahead and call the mortician because we are dead.


May the strength of our pettiness see us all through these dark times.


We’ve got snacks!

Women Are Ruling The Sundance Comedies

Sundance always has its fair share of moody dramas where white dudes discover something super special and important about themselves. And yeah those movies are cool. But we’re here for the comedies, tbh. So we couldn’t be more excited to see all the funny movies on offer this year that were created by and/or star dope women. We’re talking Alison Brie as a nun, Aubrey Plaza as an Instagram stalker, Gillian Robespierre directing a movie about dysfunctional sisters, and Anne Hathaway puppet-mastering a kaiju. Bonkers.

Here are a few of the woman-fronted, directed, and produced comedies that we’re most stoked to see.



Is it a comedy? Is it science-fiction? Is it some kind of weirdo indie coming-of-age drama? Who knows, but this weirdo movie stars Anne Hathaway as a 30-something loser who’s somehow connected to a big Godzilla monster that’s destroying Seoul. It seems fun as hell.


I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore

Again with the mixed-up genres. This bad boy is some combination of revenge thriller and black comedy, and it stars the indie darling Melanie Lynskey as a depressed woman who uses a burglary as an excuse to go absolutely ham. The idea of going vigilante to punish assholes is… pretty appealing tbh.



Ok now this one is some serious funny woman magic. The Obvious Child crew is reuniting for this new film, which stars Jenny Slate and Abby Quinn as sisters and miscreants tearing up NYC in the distant year 1995. It’s directed by Gillian Robespierre and looks thoughtful and hysterical and like c’mon, it’s the Obvious Child team, there’s no way this isn’t going to be amazing.


The Little Hours

We got two words for you: horny nuns. Ok here’s a bunch more words – Kate Micucci, Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, and Molly Shannon star as a bunch of 14th century nuns who lose their minds over the hot new farmboy at the nunnery. It’s as if someone has been reading our historical fan-fiction or something.


L.A. Times

This relationship dramedy from first time writer/director Michelle Morgan might tip a little more serious than silly, but from all reports it’s got some of the zingiest writing around. It may be a little ~too~ relatable if you’re currently single in a big city, but at least you can laugh about it. There’s no trailer yet, but we can already tell it’s perfect for a girls movie night.


Band Aid

Zoe Lister-Jones is the writer/producer/star of this bleak comedy about a couple who decides to turn all their arguments into songs. The premise alone is funny enough to get us to see it, but Lister-Jones also said that her goal on the film was to “foster an environment that was collaborative and empowering for women” which is pretty much our entire life purpose. Sold!



This tale of a man whose life starts to fall apart after he’s left by his girlfriend was directed by Janicza Bravo, whose punchy short films have been making people laugh and cringe for a while now. It stars Michael Cera and Brett Gelman, but if we’re being honest we’re most excited to see Judy Greer slay the game.


Ingrid Goes West

Aubrey Plaza is the best in the biz at playing weird loners. And in this movie, she takes her loner self on a roadtrip out to California to meet her idol, an Instagram celeb played by Elizabeth Olsen. But is Ingrid a harmless weirdo, or a legit psycho? Gonna have to watch it to find out!

The Ladies Of Late Night You Need To Know

Late night talk shows have been a boys club since, well, forever. Pretty much everyone who interviews celebs on tv is a white dude named James. But there are some amazing women trying to change that, and we wanted to shine a spotlight on these trailblazers who are hosting late-night style shows. Most of them are young up-and-comers, but they’re already wisecracking and slaying at a mid-career level. Can’t wait to see ’em all hosting their own network shows!


Gilli Nissim

Writer and comedian Gilli Nissim hosts the wildly popular, sometimes surreal, always thrilling talk show We’re Gross at the UCB Theatre in Los Angeles. We’re Gross calls itself ‘an interactive, feel-good celebration of all that is pathetic’, and it’s chock full of cathartic weirdness. It’s pretty impossible to describe, but if you get a chance to see it live definitely jump to it. The guests are amazing and the action is irresistible. We’re all a little gross, right? It’s up the third Thursday of every month at 9:30.

Mo Welch

Mo Welch hosts The Mo Show out of UCB too, but it’s a whole different beast from We’re Gross. Mo brings in some of Los Angeles’ best and brightest to do standup, improv, sketch, character bits, music, and whatever they feel like performing. In between, the show features animation and comedy from Mo herself, and her dark and subtle sense of humor isn’t like anything else you’ll see in LA. Plus the show has a pedigree – it’s been going strong since 2009. Catch it Saturdays at 10:30 once a month.


Emily Candini

Late Nightmare is the newest show on our list, but Emily Candini’s all-woman writing staff might as well be seasoned pros. The show is at The Pack Theatre, a comedy school and theater known for it’s off-beat whackadoo sense of humor, and the show is definitely off the wall in the best possible way. There’s no video for Late Nightmare yet since it’s still a baby, so it looks like you’ll just have to go and experience it for yourself!


And of course we have to end this article with a shoutout to the original bad bitch of late night, Sam Bee. Thank you Queen Bee for leading the way and showing us the light. Here’s to 12 more years of Full Frontal! And if you’re not in a city where you can catch one of these cool independent late night show, keep your ear to the ground for cool female comedians who host their own shows! Any day you’re supporting funny women is a good damn day.