JJ Vincent has a thing for rubber duckies. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
JJ Vincent on the joy-inducing freedom of letting go of what others define as inappropriate.
Lawrence Benner offers a handy pocket history for those who, like himself, often find themselves with their tongues out, wondering “What’s next?”
GMP Humor Editor Omar Shaukat takes a look at Kyle Kinane’s unrelenting vulnerability on stage
Diana Palka, the Good Men Project’s new Associate Editor for Education, Humor & Gender, takes a stab at what it means to “join the conversation” regardless of your credentials.
Kenny Bodanis imagines what it would be like to contact the company in charge.
When Kevin Cotter’s ex-wife left, she told him he could do whatever he wanted to with her wedding dress… She probably wasn’t expecting this.
A website that sells penis cake pans for bachelorette parties is trying to market their pans for uses other than bachelorette parties. Too bad all these cakes still look like male genitalia.
A man goes for some financial consultation and receives a friendly gesture from a French Mastiff.
Sure it broke a lot, but John Tinseth couldn’t help but fall in love over and over again.
Jeff Nishball admits to a dirty (and cluttered) little secret…
Tips on dressing to get ahead in the workplace, from the men who did it their way.
Without letting the cat out of the bag: Carl Pettit loves idioms suggesting the torture of house cats.
When Jeremy Feist moved in with his partner, he knew he’d have to get used to living with a cat. He just didn’t realize that cats were truly this terrible.
If you must write on the bathroom stall wall, make it good.
Jamie Reidy undergoes a psychic reading on the phone and writes about it—as predicted.
Rodney Uhler questions his capacity for compassion.