I wrote and designed a bunch of realistic love coupons for K-Y.

Thanks.

Thanks.

This is still relevant.

(Source: stupidfuckingquestions, via christianmingle)

(Source: youtube.com)

gneumatic:

toyns:

Have you seen Hammer Mansion?

A terrifying tale from 212’s October show, starring Natasha Rothwell, Josh Ruben and Veronica Osorio. Directed by Neil Casey.

This is a hilarious sketch to begin with, but the button at the end is pure genius.

I saw this live. It’s so damn good that it made my face hurt. Still does.

bobbyfinger:

Oh my, how will this young, super handsome, intelligent, gay man find a way to balance work and love in San Francisco, circa 2013?

The character worrying about becoming a cliche should start by escaping this trailer.

bobbyfinger:

Oh my, how will this young, super handsome, intelligent, gay man find a way to balance work and love in San Francisco, circa 2013?

The character worrying about becoming a cliche should start by escaping this trailer.

"The comments didn’t add anything to your post and none were funnier, so just keep making funnier stuff than those people."

—Chris Dignes (@tehdig) on dealing with comment monsters. (via talkingbreakfast)

(via improv-is-easy)

If your apartment were a NYC subway. (by the hilarious ladies of Wicked City)

televisionwithoutpity:

True.

televisionwithoutpity:

True.

(Source: kubriq)

I made some GIFs of Wicked City because their promo video is mad good.