Do your friends think of you as smug, arrogant, a blowhard? Do you have an opinion? Do you enjoy controversy? Then you too can be a Tv pundit!
Twenty words that don't exist, or shouldn't exist - A list of 20 words that don't belong in the English language. Includes amusing examples and definitions.
My first attempt at satire for a while, inspired by a furniture shopping experience. Hope you enjoy!
You know you're from Michigan when... everything on this list of Michigander stereotypes applies to you! A fun guide on the strange quirks of the Mitten state and its inhabitants.
If you've always wanted to know Dear Andy better, this is the time to learn about him. He answers personal questions asked by people who write in.
It's surprising what kind of recipes a vegan will slip to her carnivore husband. I took this for being an experiment in slow cooking, which turned into a robust tasting meal with very cheap ingredients. All you need is a crockpot that will cook low and slow for eight hours. This is not health food.
I suppose every phylum has one, a species that just can't seem to make up their mind what they want to be. No one does this better than the platypus.
This page lists 50 of the funniest, silliest, most confused excuses and explanations given to policemen or insurance claims reps in the aftermath of a road traffic accident. All are apparently genuine
Dear Andy is an advice column, pun style. Today, he answers more personal questions his readers have asked about his private life. It is chock full of Andy trivia, the Beatles puns woven throughout.
Just when you thought it was safe, those pesky aliens are abducting earthlings. How would you handle a delicate intergalactic situation? Read my informative How-to Guide on Alien Abductions!
Have you ever wanted to be a TV doctor? It's not as difficult as you think. Read my How-to guide collected from over forty years of television-induced stupor. Don't underestimate yourself! You too can be a TV doctor.
A number of fake phobias have been created by writers, cartoonists and columnists to amuse and entertain. Humorous, fake phobias are listed and discussed and they are differentiated from weird but real phobias. The nature of phobias is also discussed.
As as a late stage middle-ager gaining quickly on senior citizenhood, I can see the value of laughing at myself. And these tidbits of senior aging will make you laugh with glee.