Dear Pumpkins, I Am Sorry

March 13, 2017

Fall is my favorite time of year for many reasons… the crunch of leaves under your feet, a warm cozy fire in the fireplace, I can finally stop wearing short sleeves and get back into my chunky warm sweaters again. Oh and tights! Don’t forget the tights! Fall also houses two of my most favorite holidays ― Halloween and Thanksgiving. I love them both for many reasons because what other…

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Can We All Agree This Wax Dummy Of Donald Trump Looks Creepy?

March 13, 2017

In a week when America seems terribly divided, Ripley’s Entertainment has given us something we can all agree on. It’s a wax dummy of Donald Trump that we’re pretty sure looks creepy whether you voted for The Donald or not. (Hey, it’s been a tough week. Baby steps.)  Ripleys.com Ripley’s has created three wax figures — or dummies — of President-elect Donald Trump. Ripleys.com One of the Trump dummies is temporarily…

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‘Every American Ever’ Highlights 240 Years Of Contradictory ‘Murica

March 13, 2017

“Every American Ever,” a video released by Smosh, celebrates (and mocks) exactly what it means to be American. The video includes skits dating as far back as the American Revolution and as contemporary as today’s Miss America beauty pageants. Despite our urge to laugh several times throughout the skit, beneath the comedic acting there were several moments that caused pause for somewhat serious reflection. And then we just started laughing again,…

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Couch Potatoes Judging The Olympics

March 13, 2017

The commercials are too frequent, the events are not live, NBC doesn’t have a clue . . . leave it to the experts. Check out Tom Falco’s blog at Tomversation.com Follow Tom Falco on Twitter: www.twitter.com/tomversation

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To The Young Woman Who Is The ‘Funny Friend’

March 13, 2017

Abbie Kropf Let’s just get something out of the way — hot women can be funny and vice versa. But if I were a betting woman, I’d guess that you, the person who is known first and foremost as being the funny friend, feel like you’re probably a few standard deviations from a 5 on a scale of 1-10 hotness. Am I right? You get these positive types of adjectives applied to…

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The Shadow Of Doubt

March 13, 2017

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Is Facebook the new platform for comics?

March 13, 2017

A lot of my comics have been published in the Huffington Post over the years, not on a daily basis, although I suppose they could have been, but I’ve decided to start publishing daily on Facebook. I will still publish political cartoons here at Huff Post. My goal was always to be published in newspapers daily, and I’ve had a few bites from rather large newspapers, but the timing is always…

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Meet My Husband

March 13, 2017

This is my husband… via @sarahcpr He thinks very highly of me… via @sarahcpr And he knows what he’s doing in the bedroom… via @sarahcpr If you like this, follow me on Instagram to see more! Sarah Cooper is a writer, comedian and creator of TheCooperReview.com. Her first book, 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings comes out October 4th. Follow Sarah Cooper on Twitter: www.twitter.com/sarahcpr

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23 Tweets About Hilarious But True #LatinaProblems

March 13, 2017

Latinas have it tough. We’re meme-fied as “spicy” by the internet, constantly hyper-sexualized by Hollywood and make only 56 cents for every dollar earned by the average non-Latino white male. But, at least, we still have our sense of humor.  And when we want to share hilarious circumstances in 140 characters or less, we can find kindred spirits on Twitter with the often used #LatinaProblems hashtag. From avocado woes to Quince-styled weddings, there’s an…

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