And now for something extremely different. This is a sketch based on the picture on the mudflaps of the trucks of a company that only people who live in Los Angeles will know. And it’s friggin hilarious. Thank you to the women who wrote, directed, and performed in this, you took us to places we never even dreamed of.
This week hit us harder than a Republican body slamming a journalist. Thank gosh it’s over, because we are about to fall headfirst in to this long weekend like –
But first, the tweets! And this week’s jokes from lady tweeters were especially hilarious. Get your funny fix, then go get your Friday night.
why do straight boys get so pressed about “health concerns” of plus size women?? you almost gave urself alcohol poisoning last night, josh
— ? (@shweeni_bby) May 22, 2017
i think it was generous of mark zuckerberg to address this year’s graduating class of monopoly men pic.twitter.com/fkoylm3apn
— Anne T. Donahue (@annetdonahue) May 25, 2017
Women’s biggest fear: being a “bitch”
Women’s second biggest fear: getting murdered because we didn’t speak up about something
— Alison Leiby (@AlisonLeiby) May 26, 2017
— Nichole ✨✨✨ (@tnwhiskeywoman) May 24, 2017
In her Wellesley speech, Hillary has made Pizzagate and impeachment jokes and I think she just made a mean handshake joke? This is a roast.
— Erin ?Gloria? Ryan (@morninggloria) May 26, 2017
My mom’s dog has the exact same, “I’m not mad you’re home late, I was just WORRIED” face as her. pic.twitter.com/Mo4TpqCGqu
— Alana Massey (@AlanaMassey) May 22, 2017
If this is what Taylor Kitsch looks like, just imagine how handsome Taylor Art would be!!!
— Liana Maeby (@lianamaeby) May 25, 2017
— OhNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) May 24, 2017
Need a liquid lip that can last all day through all of the kisses I give my dog.
— Jackie Johnson (@Jackie_Michele) May 25, 2017
I wish I was at the marketing meeting where they decided we should all want to fuck m&ms pic.twitter.com/GprvsX2BjE
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) May 22, 2017
Will I ever find a love like this pic.twitter.com/MoQ06JBIKV
— Shira (@shiraselko) May 26, 2017
— Stacey Renee (@StaceofBase20) May 25, 2017
[rearranges room] this better cure the depression i’ve had since i was 15
— Grace Spelman (@GraceSpelman) May 24, 2017
Imagine being a dude who quizzes women about the bands on their shirts but is totally cool w white people wearing headdresses to music fests
— Claire Lower (@clairelizzie) May 25, 2017
NAME A MORE ICONIC SCENE ILL WAIT pic.twitter.com/KLbcUY3a0F
— ana (@astrolance) May 24, 2017
Sometimes I have to “Aww baby, what is you doin” myself.
— Issa Rae (@IssaRae) May 25, 2017
don’t just add My Little Ponies to any random thing. there is no way they care about the same shit you do pic.twitter.com/tCzbXSodFC
— Connieshin (@thatconnieshin) May 25, 2017
The best thing about being a mom is probably the fact that no one can tell if you’re drunk or if you just text like that
— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) May 24, 2017
How badass is Petey Gibson?? From creating the hilarious series Meals With Mary to writing rad sketches to performing stand-up and improv all over the globe, there’s pretty much nothing they can’t do. We’re card carrying members of the Petey Posse, and we wanted everyone to share in the magic that is this hilarious comedian. So we created a playlist of a few of their greatest hits, so you get in on the party. Yay Petey!
Every time we think we couldn’t love Cynthia LuCiette more, she proves us wrong. This round of Really Important Questions got ri-god-damn-diculous, and Cynthia will have you rolling around on the rug with her answers. ‘I just started doing yoga’. We’re dead.
If you aren’t familiar with comedian Alana Johnston, it is absolutely time to rectify that situation.
She’s a sketch performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, and is currently the star of her web series, “Single Mom w/No Kids.” Each episode is super short, usually lasting no more than 15 seconds, and follows one of Johnston’s bizarre characters – a single mom with no kids.
It’s sad, it’s weird, it’s cringeworthy, and it’s absolutely hilarious.
After you watch the collection of “Single Mom w/No Kids” be sure to check out her other videos, such as “So What-Self Esteem Party”:
And “Making It Work”:
Alana, never stop being you.
“Love knows no boundaries…and neither does this roommate.”
Written by comedian Celeste Ballard, this parody of the Oscar nominated Room is perfect. Imagine everything that you loved about the harrowing movie – the relationship between mother and son, the obstacles they face, the incredibly poignant performances – and add in a horrible, annoying, obnoxious roommate. You’ve got Roomie and it’s pretty ridiculous. But like, we’re into it?