Dan was the boy I most pined for in 4th and 5th grade and the subject of many diary entries. He had light blue eyes, was good at foursquare and had a miniature schnauzer. What more could you ask for? I was clearly taken with his exceptional fashion sense which prompted me to make a move.
Dawn Luebbe's elementary school diary is pure joy.
No longer do your children own Christmas morning. Take it back with Tinseltrex, a child sedative.
Dance on, fairies of sugar plum…
I can’t wait until I don’t think like this anymore.
Written by Nathan Min
Starring Nathan Min
Directed by Brandon Gulya
This is hands down my favorite thing I’ve ever seen on the UCB stage. Nathan Min is a wonderful kind of genius. From Bellevue’s August show.
When Nathan would rehearse this sketch, I would watch through my fingers every time. It’s that crazy. (And good.)
Nathan Min is a treasure.
IF YOU’VE EVER THOUGHT “Sure, I’ve been occasionally amused by Paul Thompson, but I’d never pay more than five dollars for a comedy special of his,” your plan worked! And it’s Paul F. TOMPKINS, you creep!
Click on the pic and get this sumbitch for $5!
I think about this album’s bit on “The Fear of Being Yelled At” every single day. At $5, this is a very good deal for that level of mental control.
And also, “The Ice Storm” is one of the best, funniest stories I’ve ever heard anywhere.
The perfect GIF?
This is the very short version of a story I have heard ONE MILLION times, but also one I love hearing. The people at NPR in Atlanta were nice enough to record my brother interviewing my parents on how they met and got engaged despite neither of them speaking the other’s language. It’s a three-minute story about love, obviously, but also about grammar and how it’s entirely possible to accidentally get married because “The Graduate” was on TV.