When I was younger, my writing was serious. Younger as in weeks ago. I've been trying so hard to figure out this thing called life because, you know, an unexamined life is blah blah blah.
But pushing too hard hurts. And in the process, you could miss something extremely entertaining. Philosopher Alan Watts had this to say - "Don't make a distinction between work and play. Regard everything you're doing as play and don't imagine for one minute that you have to be serious about it."
But he might have drank himself to death, so...
Let's just have fun here, shall we?
Kurt Braunohler on Transforming Expectations
April Fools continues! Comedian Kurt Braunohler thinks life can suck so hard that we need to find ways to make it more absurd, unpredictable, and hilarious. He does it in the sneakiest of ways.
Little Esther & Angela Trimbur Discuss Spanking
Cocktales with Little Esther is a sex-positive talk-show with female comedians. If you couldn't guess by the name, it's probably NSFW. And funny. Can you be this honest?
Inventing Weapons for Adults and Kids Alike
Sometimes setting aside the heavy stuff leaves room for water gun fights. Working on top-secret government projects, serial inventor Lonnie Johnson accidentally transformed the summers of 90's kids. Also, check out these kid gangsters from the 1991 Super Soaker commercial.
The Onion on Problem-Solving
In it's infinite brilliance, The Onion offers a quick solution to most of life's problems: stop and think. What are you rushing to fix?
Until next time...
I explode into space.