What would happen if you acted out YOUR mom’s hilarious conversations?
It’s not easy to find a mentor who will tell you what to do when the Feds come to get you. Max Regian is happy to step in and give you some helpful pieces of advice.
Can you really win the lottery every single time you play? In a word, yes. In two words, heck yes.
Jamie Reidy loves kids, but he’s pretty sure he’s not prime Dad material.
Jim Jividen has combined his two loves: the Bravo channel and the NFL Draft.
Bo Guthrie has plenty of good advice for his 20-year-old self.
After citing several great wedding songs, Mark Sherman humorously considers some that probably shouldn’t be on anyone’s list.
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.
Jamie Reidy undergoes a psychic reading on the phone and writes about it—as predicted.
Marcat LOLliams iz in ur porn stash, hazzing opinions, taking catnaps, and chasing shiny spots.
If you follow these simple rules for sitcom living, the chuckles will roll in like waves breaking along the seashore.
We adults have no idea what the heck is going on, writes stand-up comedian Bo Guthrie.
Trying to make some cool new friends? Start writing lots of terrible fiction and force people to read it!
Dave Engledow always used humor to cope with his worst fears, as he does in this series of silly photos portraying the dad he hopes he never becomes.
In his latest tongue-in-cheek post, Ryan Björklund offers suggestions for click-worthy Good Men Project articles that will never, ever be written.