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"I Like Cheetos" and Other Confessions From My Adult Life

Toria Sheffield | Posted 05.20.2015 | Comedy
Toria Sheffield

Technically, I probably shouldn't do a lot of the things I still do. But I also can't help shake the feeling that I'm not the only one--that there are definitely hordes of other grown ups out there who also feel vaguely like total impostors.

Gotta Have the Funke: Interview With Stand-Up Comedian Sue Funke

Loren Kleinman | Posted 05.20.2015 | Entertainment
Loren Kleinman

Sue Funke is a Senior Digital Brand Manager at TV Land. You can see her perform every third Thursday at QED Astoria on the show she co-produces with Katie Compa called Banter Girl presents Limited Time Offer.

The Love Song of J. Middle-Aged Stayathomemother

Kathleen Harris | Posted 05.19.2015 | Comedy
Kathleen Harris

Let us go then, you and I, When the evening is spread out against the sky Like smeared cupcakes on an abandoned bake sale table;

Coldplay Created A Mockumentary Spoofing 'Game Of Thrones' For Charity

Associated Press | FRAZIER MOORE | Posted 05.19.2015 | Impact

NEW YORK (AP) — Thirty years ago, Richard Curtis suspected two things: People like to laugh and they like to do good. Red Nose Day has annually p...

Satirical Commercial for Drug Known as Flaccidone

Alena Dillon | Posted 05.18.2015 | Comedy
Alena Dillon

You've reached the age when you know a thing or two. You know how to be a silver fox. Just look at you. You're wearing a fleece, so it must be chilly out, yet somehow your skin is tanned. And your pearly white teeth match your hair. Was that intentional? It doesn't matter -- it works.

Getting Rid of My Act

Dean Opperman | Posted 06.15.2015 | Comedy
Dean Opperman

Far from being the leafy path to serenity, self help became the greasy downhill slide into insanity. I didn't snap out of it until I realized I was wrapping my legs in seaweed and singing to the seals as part of a Loon Point yoga-thin.

Help, I Can't Adult Today

Jonathan Savitt | Posted 05.18.2015 | Comedy
Jonathan Savitt

Adulthood is just as much a part of life as having a Dave Matthews phase. The days of strict curfews are long gone and no one can tell you not to spend a whole day watching "Lizzie McGuire" reruns -- life is good.

Two Shots Fired (Los Disparos): Deadpan Hilarity in Argentina

Brandon Judell | Posted 05.17.2015 | Latino Voices
Brandon Judell

One of the more enjoyably offbeat features at last year's New York Film Festival that is only now seeing the light of day is Martin Rejtman's Two Shots Fired. This comic offering showcases Argentina as a land plagued by emotional neutrality. No smiles. No Howard Beale outbursts. No fidgety tots and no Lotharios aquiver.

Difference of Opinion

Marcia Liss | Posted 05.16.2015 | Comedy
Marcia Liss

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The Fart Story My Family Can't Stop Laughing About

Teresa Kindred | Posted 05.15.2015 | Fifty
Teresa Kindred

I don't like the word "fart." I'm a southerner from the Bible belt and my mother raised me to believe it was a dirty word. We were instructed instead to use the word "poot" and until I went away to college I thought that only crude people used the word fart.

Find Out if You've Lost the Awe in Shock Value

Lester & Charlie | Posted 05.15.2015 | Comedy
Lester & Charlie

Watching the news these days is like watching a long-running soap opera. You can tune out for years, check back and discover that your favorite character is still dying or still having that baby.

Podcast Review: The Smartest Man in the World, Coyotes

Marc Hershon | Posted 05.15.2015 | Entertainment
Marc Hershon

It's always kind of a challenge to put a pin in the podcast enough to nail anything resembling main topic, as Proops is the master of tangential monologue. Which is a bit of an amazing feat for someone to pull off who is only talking by themselves.

Should You Have a Soul Makeover?

Stephanie D. Lewis | Posted 05.14.2015 | Comedy
Stephanie D. Lewis

I recently decided to reject the crazy system of objectification and focus my time and energy on my inner essence instead. I read books, kept journals, took long walks on the beach and fostered close connections with family and friends. But none of it costs any money!

Where Were You When Tater Tots Turned 60?

Greg Schwem | Posted 05.14.2015 | Comedy
Greg Schwem

I normally have an excellent memory when it comes to birthdays, graduations and other special events that must be recognized via a card, a gift or, at the very least, a congratulatory Facebook post. But I owe a sincere apology to H.J. Heinz Company.

Melissa Rivers Opens Up About Romance, Body Image and Joan's Best Motherly Advice

Caroline Presno | Posted 05.13.2015 | Entertainment
Caroline Presno

In The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief, and Manipulation, Joan Rivers' daughter Melissa Rivers delivers a tribute to her mom with a lot of life and a lot of laughs.

A Letter to My Contractor (Please, Please Call Me Back)

Kristen Hansen Brakeman | Posted 05.11.2015 | Comedy
Kristen Hansen Brakeman

Dear Scott: I am writing to you with actual pen and paper because I keep waiting for you to return my calls and texts and I can't figure out why you ...

How to Dress Your Sexiest

Toria Sheffield | Posted 05.12.2015 | Comedy
Toria Sheffield

Us women struggle with it all the time: finding clothes that make us feel sexy in our own skin. And it can honestly be pretty hard to figure out what makes you feel the best and most attractive in the first place, especially with so many contradictory ads, articles, and opinions as to what exactly "sexy" even is.

Why Are the Heart and Brain Always at Odds?

Marta Ibarrondo | Posted 05.12.2015 | Comedy
Marta Ibarrondo

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47 Republican Senators Write Letter to Queen Demanding Congress Approves Royal Baby Name

Flora Nicholas | Posted 05.11.2015 | Comedy
Flora Nicholas

We Americans would have undoubtedly chosen Jolene, Mary Lou or Tammy Fay. Thus, we consider the names that you have picked to be nuclear options and reflective of the growing proliferation in your country of names that are too British-sounding, to say the least.

Thanks to David Letterman, I Have a Wife, Job and Best Friend

Jon Hotchkiss | Posted 05.11.2015 | Entertainment
Jon Hotchkiss

Five words. Just five words: Revolutionary. Hilarious. Mischievous. Subversive. Anarchical. At age 14, I would have had no idea what four of those words meant, but looking back, that is surely why David Letterman's short lived 1980 morning show enthralled me.

Why Should You Feel Threatened By The Greeting Card Industry?

Marta Ibarrondo | Posted 05.11.2015 | Comedy
Marta Ibarrondo

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This Simple Flowchart Will Prove That, Yes, You Actually Have Allergies

Posted 05.25.2015 | Healthy Living

Here’s an all-too-familiar springtime scenario: The sounds of incessant sneezing and coughing echo throughout your office, and the force with which ...

Podcast Review: Kill Me Now with Judy Gold

Marc Hershon | Posted 05.09.2015 | Entertainment
Marc Hershon

Her debut guest is comedian and writer Frank Conniff and, along with co-host/board op Lauren Hennessey, the trio makes their way hilariously through the kind of technical glitches and awkwardness almost every podcast is prone to in the early going.

The Best Haircuts for Your Face Shape: Lobster Edition!

Toria Sheffield | Posted 05.08.2015 | Comedy
Toria Sheffield

With the change of seasons usually comes a hankering to switch things up and make some bolder style moves--and nothing says change better than a fresh new haircut.

Claire Fallon

Women In Sitcoms Are Getting A Lot More Three-Dimensional. And That's A Good Thing.

HuffingtonPost.com | Claire Fallon | Posted 05.08.2015 | Arts

Illustration by Priscilla Frank It's a crucial moment in the primary campaign, and a New Hampshire reporter has just published a brutal art...