Laugh Lounge…look, they like laughed and shit.

Here are some things I’m doing. Come find me!
2/24 3/17 3/31 (I’m blowin’ that spot up!)
We are not Hipsters Comedy Show- 630pm Legion Bar
March 16th Lafflix (W/some boners named Erik, RG, Kunal and Brandon) It’s in Jersey…I wont take it personally.
March 27 The Laugh Lounge 830
Feb 28 Eastville Comedy Club 9pm…sounds sketch…I have very little info on anything, really.
Hopefully more things to come. I think Im getting funnier. What do you think about more Rocky iV jokes? Too isolating?
I am very bad at self promotion, but i just LOVE taking pictures on my computer camera!!!!

Here are some things I’m doing. Come find me!

  • 2/24 3/17 3/31 (I’m blowin’ that spot up!)

We are not Hipsters Comedy Show- 630pm Legion Bar

  • March 16th Lafflix (W/some boners named Erik, RG, Kunal and Brandon) It’s in Jersey…I wont take it personally.
  • March 27 The Laugh Lounge 830
  • Feb 28 Eastville Comedy Club 9pm…sounds sketch…I have very little info on anything, really.

Hopefully more things to come. I think Im getting funnier. What do you think about more Rocky iV jokes? Too isolating?

I am very bad at self promotion, but i just LOVE taking pictures on my computer camera!!!!

This is my favorite picture/album cover that exists. Prove me wrong…

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My 5 favorite comedy albums of 2011…These are the guys who made it on repeat.

I don’t listen to everything, but like to listen to a lot. so if I missed something great, message me.

#1

Just got it. I don’t care that it came out in 2012. I want to talk about it. all the time. Just listen to it over and over. Just keep listening to it. He knows how to keep the science of comedy so fun and light. There is no one funnier than Mulaney.

#2

Why don’t people like Norm more? I love Norm. He writes jokes that I’m mad that I’ve not written. Also Norm, fuck those guys. I LOVED you on Update.

#3

She’s so simple. Her cadence and delivery are so her own. I really cant think of anyone who write jokes in her style. Correct me if Im wrong. But I don’t think I am.

#4

If you’re not into Stanhope, well, unfortunately, you are not awesome or smart.

#5

Okay, So, I think he’s a little loud. His laughs a little irritating. If you listen to his podcast, he knows this. What i like about this album is much like what i like about Tig’s. The point of view is unique. There are so fewgoodpositive energy comics. Maybe Gaffigan, maybe i can see Gaffigans influence. But it’s still really funny and well written.

There. This is what i do with my commute.

"Brick walls are there for a reason. The brick walls are not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to show how badly we want something. Because the brick walls are there to stop the people who don’t want something badly enough. They are there to keep out the other people."

— Rand Pausch

Ladies and Gentlemen…The definition of style icon of Diana De Luna: Past, present, future.

Ms. Lisa Bonet

Oh, I should probably mention this:

 Im doing a longish set (Wed 1/25) at Recoup Lounge (210 Rivington) at 9pm…

and a normal persons set at Legion Bar Brooklyn (sat 1/28) 630pm.

You should come to one. It’s will be fun. 

although, I’ll warn you again, most of my stand up looks like this…

"I’d also like to discuss what it means to “act like a man”. This is a larger issue of gender identity. I’ve always felt pretty masculine in a lot of ways. I’m really girl-y. I get manicures and love make-up and I wear dresses sometimes and love fashion but I also like to look androgynous sometimes. I like menswear. I’m loud. I take up space. I’m ambitious. I pay my own way in life. If I like a guy, I tell him. I don’t think of men as people who will ‘take care of me’ or anything like that. I have guy friends who are effeminate but straight. I have gay guy friends who look like lumberjacks. I have female friends who dress like boys. I have female friends who dress like drag queens. I think that someone who is younger than Eddie Brill kind of understands this. Sometimes younger women, maybe some of these “female comedians” he observed, were raised in a post- Women’s Movement world and it doesn’t dawn on us that we were ‘acting like men.’

Just like anything in life there is always a gray area. There are some fucking unfunny, inauthentic women. Whoo boy. I’ve had to sit through them. I’ve also sat through some unfunny, inauthentic men too. It’s called COMEDY. Comedy is hard and you have to do it a LONG time before you either #1 get funny or #2 realize you’re not ever going to be funny and give up."

— Jen Kirkman