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Even More Ways to Pay!
Not ready to pay in full for this penguin-shaped USB humidifier? Buy now, pay later, with one of our many interest-free payment plans!
By Lillian Stone, Jon Plester, and Nate Odenkirk
Daily Shouts
Affirmations to Get Us to the End of 2022
I adapt to change (eventually).
By Eva Azenaro Acero
Daily Shouts
Television-Episode Recaps for New Parents
I have faith that I will find out how this season ends at some point, but probably not until kindergarten starts.
By Eddie Small
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Daily Cartoon: Thursday, December 1st
’Tis the season to shop.
By Kit Fraser12:21 P.M.
Daily Cartoon
Daily Cartoon: Wednesday, November 30th
“Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and brace yourself for the holiday season.”
By Lila AshNovember 30, 2022
Satire from The Borowitz Report
White Nationalists Give Mar-a-Lago Restaurant Disappointing One-Star Reviews on Tripadvisor
Neo-Nazis complained that the restaurant had “slow service,” “drab décor,” and “too many ethnic dishes.”
By Andy BorowitzNovember 29, 2022
Daily Cartoon
Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, November 29th
“You’ve literally watched one game.”
By Dan MisdeaNovember 29, 2022
Daily Shouts
Congratulations on Becoming a Seven
Watch for a check in the mail. The Aesthete Tax Credit is retroactive, so expect half the income tax you’ve paid over the last decade back.
By Dennard DayleNovember 29, 2022
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Daily Shouts
I Kissed a Lot of Frogs (So That You Don’t Have To)
I can’t explain it exactly, but he made me feel very beautiful.
By Dahlia Gallin Ramirez
The Great Masking Cycle
People might think you’re selfish, so you wear a mask, meaning people might think you’re a zealot, so you don’t wear a mask . . .
By Liana Finck
Daily Shouts
Raising Felix: Bodies, Bodies, Bodies (The Toddler Version)
What’s inside your kid’s insides?
By Julia Wertz
Daily Shouts
Two Truths and a Pie
National history meets personal history meets pastry.
By Ella Quittner and Olivia de Recat
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