Family Jewels

I recently started reading The Eight Characters of Comedy by Scott Sedita, who asserts that our sense of humor comes from our families. And pain. For all of us, there are some familial instances that seemed mortifying at the time, but in hindsight? Pure hilarity. And material. On what would have been my father’s 72ndContinue reading “Family Jewels”

C*ck out Chronicles

So here’s the thing about me. I am not unique. I have been ghosted plenty a time…most occurrences having been of the post-coital variety. Nothing like a post-coital ghost to spook the self-esteem outta ya. I’m…just being honest (in “HEY YA” Outkast cadence). Not that anyone truly needs a definition for ghosting, but just toContinue reading “C*ck out Chronicles”