Mawwiage! It’s the most powerful expression of the union between two people. Also, it’s very weird and insane and sometimes the other person thinks they can ask you for weird stuff in bed. It’s *sniff* it’s beautiful.
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Where’s our Canadian wall, huh?! Cristela Alonzo just kills us dead with laughter, whether she’s talking about buying bras, being Latina, or how we Americans coddle our chickens. We’re sad her show Cristela isn’t on tv anymore, but we can’t wait to see more of her slaying the comedy game. Meanwhile, enough with the Celine Dion people.
Growing up ain’t easy. You’re supposed to get your own health insurance, you’re supposed to already own a bed, you’re supposed to not look exactly like a middle schooler. Shit sucks. Fortunately for us, there are role models like Paige Weldon forging the way to adulthood. In this pretty much perfect stand-up set, Paige teaches us why we’re not allowed to have futons anymore and how to avoid looking like a hard-living preteen.
Also for more from Paige you gotta check out her album, it’s solid gold all the way through.
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
To watch the 'Let's Talk About Our Feels' PSAs, click here: http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x5lyxo
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.