Ryan Byrne is a writer, director, editor, and sometimes performer based out of Edmonton Alberta. He's the co-writer/director of award-winning web series "The People That Touch Your Food" and can be heard on the "Robocop vs. The Nazis" podcast. He doesn't know how to design a website, so he has a tumblr.
Alex is going out of town for Christmas and you know what they say: When the cat’s away, the mice will play… with themselves. To keep the loneliness away, because things might get dark and weird.
Rather than actual send people personal invites to Doctor Jokes! via Facebook’s easy to use event system out of a misguided attempt not to bother anyone, I will instead spam everyone’s feed (including people in different countries and my 3rd grade bully who wouldn’t come anyway) with continued promotion of the event like the self absorbed narcissist with a facade of modesty that I am.
TL;DR: Come see me tell jokes in my under pants tonight at Wunderbar! 8:30!
Every year dozens of young lit students die deep sea fishing off the coast of Cuba drinking whiskey and muttering about manliness. Teachers, do your students a favour and stop forcing them to read Hemingway. No one interested in books can handle heteronormative masculinity like Hemingway would.
Don’t even get me started on Bukowski.
A school in Maryland is forcing kids to sign an anti-twerking pledge for the homecoming dance. As long as they aren’t forcing them to sign an anti-awkward handjob in the back of your dad’s old Toyota because some traditions are just sacred.
"Yo, Ross and Rachel I’m real happy for you and I’mma let you finish but Sam and Diane had one of the best will they/won’t they relationships of all time." - Kanye West’s brief foray into television criticism. 1997.