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A phone call with my father

  • Him: Hello?
  • Me: Hey. You know my green leather jacket? It's probably in the basement?
  • Him: Yeah.
  • Me: So I'm gonna need it for Halloween. I'm being Ellen Barkin in "Sea of Love."
  • Him: I don't know what that means, but I figured you'd need it and had it dry cleaned.
  • Me: Okay so I'll come to Connecticut either today or tomorrow to pick it up.
  • Him: Okay, bye.
workaholics:

Why is Adam wearing this Top Gun hat? Find out in tonight’s new episode, STOP! PAJAMA TIME!, at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.

workaholics:

Why is Adam wearing this Top Gun hat? Find out in tonight’s new episode, STOP! PAJAMA TIME!, at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.

thisishangingrockcomics:

this is what my face looks like and normally I wear glasses but I get vain and self conscious taking pictures with them on

thisishangingrockcomics:

this is what my face looks like and normally I wear glasses but I get vain and self conscious taking pictures with them on

surisburnbook:

I can’t even believe that a wealthy person paid money for those shorts. Or those knee socks. (Knee socks? Seriously?) And while I can appreciate the occasional use of licensed merchandise, I think Apple Martin’s Hello Kitty bag is rather childish. The whole ensemble is just a little too pedestrian for someone of her financial standing. Ah, well. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

Everyone knows I only carry my Little Mermaid bag ironically:

The Internet is one of the most magnificent expressions of freedom and free enterprise in history. It should stay that way. While H.R. 3261, the Stop Online Piracy Act, attempts to address a legitimate problem, I believe it creates the precedent and possibility for undue regulation, censorship and legal abuse. I do not support H.R. 3261 in its current form and will oppose the legislation should it come before the full House.
– Rep. Paul Ryan has issued this official statement against SOPA today, thanks in part to a campaign led on Reddit called Operation Pull Ryan, which supported Ryan’s Democratic opponent Rob Zerban. (via CNET)

(Source: cheatsheet)

workaholics:

Music is a big part of making Workaholics, and from time to time the guys like to kick back with a song to celebrate a joke well done.

When a particularly well told laugher, slam, one-liner or pun is delivered, Paul Simon’s “Call Me Al” is one of the songs most often cued up to play as the writers exchange hearty handshakes, hugs, and congratulations. It’s a heartwarming few minutes.

Doubt it’s power? Invite some friends over, sit in a room for a few hours discussing ideas, and then play this song after an A+ of an offering. If you’re not out of your seat with a smile on your face, you clearly are suffering a deep depression from which there is no return. Or you need to fire the friends you brought over first, for some new, fresher-voiced friends. We’re sorry for your situation and wish you the best as you struggle to right the ship in either instance.

In researching this post, I learned Paul Simon decided to stick with the music thing after this song was released (from the album Graceland), and has had some mild success.

The other guy in the video is apparently still performing, too. I bet his name is Al, hence the inclusion. We here at Workaholics want to wish them the best in their struggles to make it in this crazy world. Maybe one day we’ll make a song that they play to celebrate their good deeds.

If so, you can call us Workaholics.

hyperallergic:

Edward Hopper + Star Wars + Christmas = pop culture gluttony. C3PO and R2D2 look like such sad afterthoughts of those inside, like drunk homeless men, bereft a home or family, but not totally forgotten. Odd, but kind of fitting.
fuckyeahchewbacca:

pazaakshark:

Star Wars Christmas Card

hyperallergic:

Edward Hopper + Star Wars + Christmas = pop culture gluttony. C3PO and R2D2 look like such sad afterthoughts of those inside, like drunk homeless men, bereft a home or family, but not totally forgotten. Odd, but kind of fitting.

fuckyeahchewbacca:

pazaakshark:

Star Wars Christmas Card

dailyseinfeld:

Puddy: Seriously, is this the best okra you’ve ever had, or what?
Elaine: Mmm. De-lish.
Puddy: Delish?
Elaine: Delish. You know, short for delicious.
Puddy: Oh, like scrump.
Elaine: …Yeah.
Puddy: I’m gonna be late. See ya later.

(via The Junk Mail)

(via dailyseinfeld)

A phone call with my father

  • Him: Hello?
  • Me: Hey. You know my green leather jacket? It's probably in the basement?
  • Him: Yeah.
  • Me: So I'm gonna need it for Halloween. I'm being Ellen Barkin in "Sea of Love."
  • Him: I don't know what that means, but I figured you'd need it and had it dry cleaned.
  • Me: Okay so I'll come to Connecticut either today or tomorrow to pick it up.
  • Him: Okay, bye.
workaholics:

Why is Adam wearing this Top Gun hat? Find out in tonight’s new episode, STOP! PAJAMA TIME!, at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.

workaholics:

Why is Adam wearing this Top Gun hat? Find out in tonight’s new episode, STOP! PAJAMA TIME!, at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.

thisishangingrockcomics:

this is what my face looks like and normally I wear glasses but I get vain and self conscious taking pictures with them on

thisishangingrockcomics:

this is what my face looks like and normally I wear glasses but I get vain and self conscious taking pictures with them on

surisburnbook:

I can’t even believe that a wealthy person paid money for those shorts. Or those knee socks. (Knee socks? Seriously?) And while I can appreciate the occasional use of licensed merchandise, I think Apple Martin’s Hello Kitty bag is rather childish. The whole ensemble is just a little too pedestrian for someone of her financial standing. Ah, well. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

Everyone knows I only carry my Little Mermaid bag ironically:

(Source: fitncurvy)

The Internet is one of the most magnificent expressions of freedom and free enterprise in history. It should stay that way. While H.R. 3261, the Stop Online Piracy Act, attempts to address a legitimate problem, I believe it creates the precedent and possibility for undue regulation, censorship and legal abuse. I do not support H.R. 3261 in its current form and will oppose the legislation should it come before the full House.
– Rep. Paul Ryan has issued this official statement against SOPA today, thanks in part to a campaign led on Reddit called Operation Pull Ryan, which supported Ryan’s Democratic opponent Rob Zerban. (via CNET)

(Source: cheatsheet)

workaholics:

Music is a big part of making Workaholics, and from time to time the guys like to kick back with a song to celebrate a joke well done.

When a particularly well told laugher, slam, one-liner or pun is delivered, Paul Simon’s “Call Me Al” is one of the songs most often cued up to play as the writers exchange hearty handshakes, hugs, and congratulations. It’s a heartwarming few minutes.

Doubt it’s power? Invite some friends over, sit in a room for a few hours discussing ideas, and then play this song after an A+ of an offering. If you’re not out of your seat with a smile on your face, you clearly are suffering a deep depression from which there is no return. Or you need to fire the friends you brought over first, for some new, fresher-voiced friends. We’re sorry for your situation and wish you the best as you struggle to right the ship in either instance.

In researching this post, I learned Paul Simon decided to stick with the music thing after this song was released (from the album Graceland), and has had some mild success.

The other guy in the video is apparently still performing, too. I bet his name is Al, hence the inclusion. We here at Workaholics want to wish them the best in their struggles to make it in this crazy world. Maybe one day we’ll make a song that they play to celebrate their good deeds.

If so, you can call us Workaholics.

hyperallergic:

Edward Hopper + Star Wars + Christmas = pop culture gluttony. C3PO and R2D2 look like such sad afterthoughts of those inside, like drunk homeless men, bereft a home or family, but not totally forgotten. Odd, but kind of fitting.
fuckyeahchewbacca:

pazaakshark:

Star Wars Christmas Card

hyperallergic:

Edward Hopper + Star Wars + Christmas = pop culture gluttony. C3PO and R2D2 look like such sad afterthoughts of those inside, like drunk homeless men, bereft a home or family, but not totally forgotten. Odd, but kind of fitting.

fuckyeahchewbacca:

pazaakshark:

Star Wars Christmas Card

dailyseinfeld:

Puddy: Seriously, is this the best okra you’ve ever had, or what?
Elaine: Mmm. De-lish.
Puddy: Delish?
Elaine: Delish. You know, short for delicious.
Puddy: Oh, like scrump.
Elaine: …Yeah.
Puddy: I’m gonna be late. See ya later.

(via The Junk Mail)

(via dailyseinfeld)

A phone call with my father
"The Internet is one of the most magnificent expressions of freedom and free enterprise in history. It should stay that way. While H.R. 3261, the Stop Online Piracy Act, attempts to address a legitimate problem, I believe it creates the precedent and possibility for undue regulation, censorship and legal abuse. I do not support H.R. 3261 in its current form and will oppose the legislation should it come before the full House."

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