Happy Monday everyone! A friend recently shared this extremely inspiring article with me and I wanted to share it with all of you. What better way to start your week than with a “To Don’t List” of the 30 things to stop doing to yourself. It’s a quick, moving and ultimately useful reminder of the basics that are easily forgotten while life happens. Once you’ve … Continue reading To Don’t List
You know how people ask, “you want to laugh?” A) Who doesn’t? Really, when was the last time you heard someone reply, “No, not for me thanks.” Exactly. That’s just silly! And B) there’s a 50-50 chance the person will not laugh at all after having set such high expectations. But in all seriousness, the important question is…you want to laugh? Then go see The … Continue reading The Friday Funnies
As you know, I recently graduated from the Second City Training Center in Los Angeles. You may not know though that such people as Steve Carell, Jim Belushi, Tina Fey, and Mike Myers, those nobodies, are also products of Second City. So is John Paul Karliak, whom I was fortunate enough to be in class with and perform with him on stage. Talk about talent. … Continue reading Mommy Issues
Every Wednesday night I get together with the special people in Ithamar Enriquez’ Conservatory 4 class at the Second City Training Center Los Angeles to pitch sketch ideas and cast scenes just like we are producing SNL. These scenes are then performed again in our improv shows before a live audience. We are collecting material that will soon be used in our 8 week show … Continue reading Funny People!
Have you noticed that over the years you’ve been seeing a lot more of people’s eyelids? Way back when, you’d never see a guy’s eyelids unless they were sleeping or for those females out there, if they were staring at your chest. You’d see a female’s eyelids because she uses eye shadow and other eye makeup. But now, you almost see more lids than actual … Continue reading Eyes up here, thanks.
Jack and Jill planned to go up the hill, to have a very romantic dinner. Jack was late, and ruined the date, So Jill figured she must need to be thinner. What we should take from this kids, is that Jack and Jill just don’t understand each other and never will. Jack was late, having nothing to do with Jill at all yet she assumed … Continue reading The Real Jack and Jill
…as a MAN. Here’s some background. My friend basically swore off dating for 2010, but went out with this guy one night to get it over with since he had asked her to hang out a few times before that. She had no expectations and really wasn’t in the mood to go have drinks with this stranger at the Belmont on a Sunday night. It … Continue reading Warning: Animal has escaped from the zoo and is disguised…
There is a definite dating window of opportunity that exists before entering the well-known Friend Zone. By definition, the Window of Opportunity is “a brief opportunity to do something, especially something that will be beneficial or profitable in some way.” Think about it. When you meet someone, don’t you initially wonder what their motive is, be it friendship or more? How can you not? Unless … Continue reading The Window
When you first start dating someone, you do everything you can to impress them. You put effort into what you wear when around them, douse yourself in perfume or cologne, put on make up, get a haircut, and make sure to have gum handy at all times. You have butterflies before you see the person. You wonder if you look alright or should have thrown … Continue reading It’s called a phase for a reason folks
How Thanksgiving has already come and gone baffles me. Really. I mean this year flew faster than ever before. That means New Years is right around the corner and then we start all over again. This is truly the most wonderful time of the year, for so many reasons, however it seems to do funny things to people. Aside from the standard family drama that … Continue reading Holiday Series Part 1: All I Want for Christmas is You