Just a reminder that this exists.
Said up-jump the boogie.
If you’re the kind of person who has always wanted to see me tell jokes in person then April is a great month to be you. Because chances are that I will be somewhere near you in the next month.
- 4/3 - San Diego
- 4/4 - San Diego
- 4/5 - San Diego
- 4/8 - The Stand
- 4/10 - University of Minnesota w/ Jake and Amir
- 4/11 - University of Florida w/ Jake and Amir
- 4/15 - McNeese State w/ Kate McKinnon and Vanessa Bayer
- 4/16 - Addison TX Improv w/ Vanessa Bayer
- 4/17 - Oakland University w/ Kate McKinnon and Vanessa Bayer
Then Jake, Amir and I are going back out for three stops of #CHonTour
- 4/24 - Seattle, WA w/ Jake and Amir
- 4/25 - Portland, OR w/ Jake and Amir
- 4/27 - San Francisco CA w/ Jake and Amir
This is our first time in all these cities, and tickets are only $10!
For Seattle tickets click here. For Portland, click here. And for San Francisco, click here. And as always we will meet/take photos with any fan that sticks around after the show! Hope to see you there.
The lady’s face says everything is fine, but the cow’s says there’s no way this ends well.
Self-Reblog, if only to spread Marina’s wonderful ad around some more. And also because I want people to come to these shoes in San Diego since they’re going to be fun.
There are more than seven billion souls on this earth, walking around, falling in love, living their dreams, dying, crying and trying to be the people they set out to be as children. Our planet is 4.5 billion years old and has turned itself inside out tens of thousands of times, wiping out continents, oceans and whole kingdoms of animalia, just as it will do to us one day. That planet of ours and everything on it is adrift in the spiral arm of a swirling vortex of stars and planets and ice and rock called the Milky Way, itself only one of a 100 billion similar galaxies in an ever expanding universe, which may be only one of a billion trillion universes all locked in some interstellar dance of death and rebirth as a tiny, insignificant little group of upright apes fumbling around the surface of a blue rock try to figure everything out. And when you think about it like that, it’s really not a big deal that I farted in the elevator.