Funny Follows

Happy Friday! Here are some great comics that I follow on Twitter and think you should too,check out their amazing podcasts as well.

Jen Kirkman, @JenKirkman, she is hilarious, read my review of her new book I Can Barely Take Care of Myself, you can also follow her podcast, @iseemfunpodcast and download it from iTunes

SuperEgo, @goSuperego is a group of comics who created a podcast that features numerous skits featuring original characters played by themselves and a variety of comedic special guests; personal favorites include: Maggie the GPS, and Cylon Jim & Cylon Phil, you can download episodes of their podcast from their website and iTunes

Tom Scharpling@scharpling host of The Best Show on WFMU @WFMU, download both The Best Show and The Best Show Gems on iTunes. Looking for an episode to get you started? I recommend The Best Show Gems episode: Bruce Willis storms the studio.

Paul Scheer@paulscheer one-third of the comedic group Human Giant, and Andre from FX’s The League  is also the creator of the podcast how did this get made, where he, June Diane Raphael @MsJuneDiane, and Jason Mantzoukas with  special guests discuss and review movies; which are usually considered terrible by the general public,  download episodes from Earwolf or iTunes.

Paul F Tompkins, @PFTomkins is a very busy comedian between posting on Instagram, tweeting and being featured on other podcasts including Superego he finds time to create his own hilarious one; The Pod F. Tompkast, download episodes on iTunes. He had me at horse knees.

What are you waiting for?

Property of Jen Kirkman

I’m at an age where the question of my single-hood and childlessness continually comes up. Apparently it’s a deep seeded concern of not only extended family but also relative strangers! My grandmother recently asked me, “What are you waiting for?” and a client asked me with such concern, “Don’t you want to get married?”
Luckily I’m not the only one faced with these questions, in her new book I can barely take care of  myself, stand-up comedian Jen Kirkman writes about herself and the trials and tribulations of being an unmarried and childless women. You may recognize Jen Kirkman from her role as a narrator in the popular “Drunk History” series from Funny or Die/HBO. If you don’t know who Kirkman is already, she’s a writer for the Chelsea Lately show and is featured on After Lately as well as the Pod F. Tompkast.
Her book is hilarious as Kirkman recounts tales of starting out as a stand up comic and her early realization that maybe a full life doesn’t have to include procreation. This book isn’t an anti-child tome but a humourous tale of self-reflection and living by your own terms.  If you’re lucky you can catch Kirkman touring to support her book which is available not only in print but in eBook and audio-book form. This book is the perfect gift to give all those intrusive family members and friends who think that you’ll spend the rest of your life in a house full of cats. Lucky for me I’m allergic.

property of Jen Kirkman

Property of Jen Kirkman