This stand up set from Carmen Lynch is what dreams are made of. Someone give this woman her own show, stat.
Side note: we CANNOT WAIT to skeleton-haunt all our ex-boyfriends.
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Witches are having a moment. Suddenly everybody and their college roommate are buying crystals and casting spells. It’s like, excuse, some of us have been Wiccans since Buffy was on the air. But whatever.
This coven is one we’d definitely want to hang with. The Real Housewitches of Salem are sassy, brassy, and also kind of horrible. Just what we look for in our reality tv stars.
Parents just don’t get it. It’s like, mooooom, I need more than an hour on land to find a husband and break my father’s curse so we won’t have to sail the sea forever. Like come on, it’s not the 80’s anymore.
This sketch from Meg Favreau and DJ Faucet Comedy is so weird and so so so good. And everyone in it is on the official WhoHaha crush list. We’d let you all drag us to sea 😉
Some childhood family photos don’t need to be reenacted. The awkward school portrait. The creepy matching outfits. This sketch from Leave a Mark demonstrates the ‘adorable’ photo that your mom really, really doesn’t need an adult version of.
Remember people, you can do whatever weird shit you want as long as you’re not ruining your roommates life with it.
Freshly out of an eating disorder clinic, Nicola needs to find a career and what better one than a health and wellness influencer? This series has so much comedy, ghosts, and Harry Potter, you'll begin to question reality! But don't! Just watch this WhoHaha's Series Spotlight and learn with us that healing is HARD.
Nutritiously Nicola includes references to eating disorders, so those in recovery may want to take care before watching. If you or a loved one is suffering from an eating disorder you can call the NEDA hotline at 1-800-931-2237 and visit their website here.
Ghost BFF follows two best friends, one alive, one dead, across space, time and the suburbs as they struggle to find themselves and right past wrongs following a suicide. The series sheds light on taboo topics like anxiety, depression and suicide through dark humor.
US Resources for Suicide Prevention: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
International Resources for Suicide Prevention : http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.html
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