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DAD: Frequently Asked Questions
Q: “Why are you yelling?” A: “DAD is not yelling.”
By Nikki Palumbo
Daily Shouts
Magical Items to Aid Your Social Reëntry
Bracers for Self-Esteem, a Bag of Holding Conversation, a Helm of Human Expression, and more.
By Evan Allgood and J. Longo
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The Pros and Cons of Me Having a Kid
Pro: I’ve heard that baby-making sex is mind-blowing!
By Alex Baia
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Blitt’s Kvetchbook
Fathers-in-Law: Picks from the Catalogue
A small selection of the species.
By Barry BlittJune 18, 2021
Satire from The Borowitz Report
Ted Cruz Calls Obamacare a Democratic Plot to Keep People Alive So They Can Vote
The senator added that, unlike Democrats, Republicans have “no intention whatsoever of keeping people alive,” citing Texas’s new “constitutional carry” gun law.
By Andy BorowitzJune 17, 2021
Daily Shouts
Relating to Birds
Golden-crowned kinglet, you’re looking great! And I know that yesterday you ate the equivalent of ten per cent of your body weight.
By Sophie Lucido JohnsonJune 17, 2021
Daily Shouts
Some Recent Ergonomic Trends
The Yogi, the Keytar, the Trampoline, and other pathbreaking approaches to office work.
By Jake GoldwasserJune 16, 2021
Satire from The Borowitz Report
Biden Torments Trump by Seeing His Ex
“It’s like Ben and J. Lo. But show a little class,” a Trump associate said.
By Andy BorowitzJune 16, 2021
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They Come in Peace
Popsicle red, my kayak was a bull’s-eye for U.F.O.s.
By Trinidad Escobar
Daily Shouts
Running: A Success Story
Look, I know you’re probably sick of hearing about it. But it really is great.
By David Biskup
Daily Shouts
Dear Pepper: A Pregnant Pause
I ️would advise you—and take my advice with a grain of salt, since I’m a dog—to tell everyone you want without feeling guilty.
By Liana Finck
Daily Shouts
Fashionable Ways to Let People Know You’re Vaccinated
And not a maskless asshole.
By Sharon Levy
The Comedian Karen Chee Tries to Keep Up With a New Yorker Cartoonist
Maddie Dai provides instruction on how to draw a cartoon—using verbal instructions only.
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