Age is nothing but a number. It's such a cliché thing to say but it's true. It has to be or the reality is I'm mentally aging in reverse. In fact, don't even ask me how old I am. I'm relearning numbers. Recently I attended a funeral that I was not prepared to attend. Not … Continue reading Funerals Bring Out The Kid In Me
I have a problem, and that problem is when it comes to work I have a hard time saying 'no' when someone asks me for a favor. This leads to me over-extending myself, which stresses me out, resulting in my transformation into a volcano of rage. The mere thought of having to add anything - … Continue reading Review: The Tao of Bill Murray |Gavin Edwards
We've all done it. We all dwell on it. There are even ridiculous amounts of memes dedicated to it. It's an epidemic that we've let affect us for too long. I'm talking about foot-in-mouth incidents and today, I take a stand against the effects these misfortunes have on me. Today, I will free myself from … Continue reading This Month I Said…
OK, so here's the deal with this book: it's hilarious. I'm talking it made me cry-laugh. H. Jon details his failures from childhood to his most recent - failing to do two different voices for Bob (Bob's Burgers) and Archer (Archer, duh). What I love most is this book never turns inspirational. There's no advice … Continue reading Review: Failure is An Option | H. Jon Benjamin
Over the years, I've been pretty vocal about the heartache I suffered upon discovering I was a millennial. After spending the better part of two decades not caring about or even seeing the point of these classifications, I was suddenly angered by the fact that because of a technicality (my birth year) I was officially … Continue reading Stereotypical Jenn
Being a content writer has been not as fun as I thought it would be. While it's helped in some ways, I spend the majority of my time writing for audiologists - this does not help when all you want to do is write jokes. Additionally, I'm running out of ways to convince people to … Continue reading Apparently, Not Everyone Likes Butt Jokes
The end of the year has been surprisingly busy, except not surprisingly because I waited until last minute to do a lot of things and it all caught up to me as usual. And now that I'm caught up I have time to write about all of the things I may or may not do … Continue reading And For My Next Trick I Will Make All Of My New Year’s Resolutions Come True
Refrigerator running…its mouth.
You know the old adage, “Love hurts?” I’m okay with the heart getting hurt. When some girl cold bloodedly tells you that she has been dating someone else for a little while at the same time and she likes him better. Or when you ask a girl to go steady with a big huge cut out heart because she asked you to a dance, and she says no, making the upcoming dance with her Suuuper awkward.
When it comes to romantic comedies though, why does it seem like the refrigerator is always running? Because it seems like someone is always trying to catch it. Every time you turn around someone is chasing someone. Whether it is a girl chasing a guy to the airport, a guy chasing a girl to a baseball game, or a crowd of girls in wedding dresses chasing a guy down the street…
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So the other day started off like any other holiday off where I go to crossfit and my husband does yard work. I returned home to find him still outside working so I decided to go inside, put my gym stuff away and then hang out with him outside so he wouldn't feel like he … Continue reading I Know a Queen When I See One
I live in Texas and as some of you may have heard half of us are about to get obliterated by Hurricane Harvey. Cities are being evacuated, people are flooding grocery stores for extra provisions, major highways are being shut down, the first day of school has been cancelled - all while Doomsday Preppers watch … Continue reading The Correlation Between Zombies and the Weather