Hoo boy, online dating. The thing is, you never really know who you’re meeting at the local TGI Friday’s. They could be a great person with a cute dog, or a horrifying garbage monster. If only this sketch from the geniuses of Margarita Wilson were real, and Stinger were an actual app. Cuz something that filtered out the men who’ve been convicted of sexual assault would be REALLY REALLY NICE.
Boy oh boy, are we ready for the weekend! We could all use a day off, what with this being a stressful season and all. But the thing is, no one in the world needs a day off more than Kellyanne Conway.
Poor sweet Kellyanne. Every time Trump tweets something horrifying or blurts out a slur, the bubbly campaign manager is there, mumbling about how that’s not actually what he said, doing damage control as best she can. It sounds exhausting tbh. But when Kellyanne is played by Kate McKinnon, it’s also friggin hilarious.
There’s two types of people in this world. People who just find someone and decide to love them as they are, and people who realize that everyone needs to be fixed and they’re the people to do the job. Well good news fixers! Now there’s Fixr!
This ad from writer Caroline Haubold and sketch team Pocketwatch speaks to us on a way-too-real level. ‘Someone as needy as I am controlling’ oh nooooo.
It gets so exhausting, having our faces reflect our actual emotional states. If only there was a way to always be smiling, so no dude on the street would have to remind us to!
Well now there’s Bitchilify! Brought to you by Avra Friedman, and by this piece of crap society. Try Bitchilify today.
If you think about it, Uber is a pretty wild concept. You’re just supposed to trust a stranger to drive you where you wanna go? What if they’re a crazy person? Or worse, they try to play Garth Brooks or something???!?
This SNL sketch stars our girl Banks as a surprisingly chill Uber passenger. And side note, the show lost director Matt Villines this week. He was crazy talented and made opportunities for some of our favorite ladies to shine. He’ll be missed.
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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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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.
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