BANANAZZZ will be screening Monday night, April 14th, at Videology in Brooklyn alongside Rev/Quest For Cameltoe, a documentary about Rev. Jen Miller, who is a real cool and weird outsider artist and not a fake one like Craig. I should mention that Craig will be in attendance, ready to yell about all about his opinions on faith to Rev. Jen, so you have that to look forward to. More on the event on Facebook. Special thanks to Claire Ensslin for putting the show together!
Also, speaking of Videology…it is the setting for I Hate Being Single's new miniseries, Man vs Waiter. I play a character that doesn’t want Rob to eat his bread. I will gladly play any role that involves me eating bread, by the way. Also, spoiler alert, this character WILL RETURN in Season 2 of I Hate Being Single.

BANANAZZZ will be screening Monday night, April 14th, at Videology in Brooklyn alongside Rev/Quest For Cameltoe, a documentary about Rev. Jen Miller, who is a real cool and weird outsider artist and not a fake one like Craig. I should mention that Craig will be in attendance, ready to yell about all about his opinions on faith to Rev. Jen, so you have that to look forward to. More on the event on Facebook. Special thanks to Claire Ensslin for putting the show together!

Also, speaking of Videology…it is the setting for I Hate Being Single's new miniseries, Man vs Waiter. I play a character that doesn’t want Rob to eat his bread. I will gladly play any role that involves me eating bread, by the way. Also, spoiler alert, this character WILL RETURN in Season 2 of I Hate Being Single.

On Sunday, April 27th, The Macaulay Culkin Show welcomes a special guest host this month, wrestling superstar and good ol’ boy Bobby Blayze! Bobby will be promoting his anti-bullying youth campaign “B LIKE BOBBY” and his upcoming Barbed-Wire Death Match with “The Skullfucker” Harley Tucker.  Plus, this month we have a lineup that makes us want to cry tears of joy:
 CHRIS GETHARD (The Chris Gethard Show, The Office)
 SHANNON COFFEY (Random Ass Girly Channel, Late Night)

ROBERT ECKS (Black Box Comedy Festival, WDVE Comedy Festival)

KEN FREEDMAN (7 Second Delay on WFMU)

MANBOOBS COMEDY (Danny Tamberelli, Jeremy L. Balon & Brendan O’Rourke)

LARRY MURPHY (Bob’s Burgers, Delocated)

SASHEER ZAMATA (Saturday Night Live)
 and more to be announced!

plus your hosts SALLY BURTNICK, BRIAN MCELROY and BRETT DAVIS (Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood) It’s only $5, too. It all goes down on Sunday, April 27th at Shea Stadium!

On Sunday, April 27th, The Macaulay Culkin Show welcomes a special guest host this month, wrestling superstar and good ol’ boy Bobby Blayze! Bobby will be promoting his anti-bullying youth campaign “B LIKE BOBBY” and his upcoming Barbed-Wire Death Match with “The Skullfucker” Harley Tucker.

Plus, this month we have a lineup that makes us want to cry tears of joy:


CHRIS GETHARD (The Chris Gethard Show, The Office)


SHANNON COFFEY (Random Ass Girly Channel, Late Night)

ROBERT ECKS (Black Box Comedy Festival, WDVE Comedy Festival)

KEN FREEDMAN (7 Second Delay on WFMU)

MANBOOBS COMEDY (Danny Tamberelli, Jeremy L. Balon & Brendan O’Rourke)

LARRY MURPHY (Bob’s Burgers, Delocated)

SASHEER ZAMATA (Saturday Night Live)


and more to be announced!

plus your hosts
SALLY BURTNICK, BRIAN MCELROY and BRETT DAVIS (Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood)

It’s only $5, too. It all goes down on Sunday, April 27th at Shea Stadium!

Here is the trailer for BOBBY BLAYZE! Pro wrestling’s high flyin’ babyface superstar Bobby Blayze has overcome many obstacles in life, but he faces the challenge of a lifetime when he steps into the ring with Rikers’ own “Skull Fucker” Harley Tucker. However, with dubious manager Sweet Daddy Longlegs pulling the strings behind the scenes, things get out of control. Check out: 

Stay tuned, you may soon see Bobby Blayze step into the ring live…

The wonderful comedy photographer of the stars, Mindy Tucker, posted a gallery of pictures from the most recent edition of the Macaulay Culkin Show at Shea Stadium, which featured performances by John Milhiser, Dan St. Germain, Nancy Comedy, Good Cop Great Cop, Justin Grace, special appearances from Dan Fox and Pat Byrne. Hosted as usual by Brett Davis, Sally Burtnick and Brian Mcelroy.

You can check out all of the amazing photos at With Reservation, alongside her photos of all of the famous people.

Another brilliant video by Good Cop Great Cop. Lots of talented folks in this one. Very honored my Christmas face happens to be the thumbnail for the video.

Ever since Sweet Daddy Longlegs crashed Bobby Blayze’s interview on WFMU, he has been in a total war with WFMU DJ amEdeo. This storyline has featured two(!) on-air matches, a stipulation that ruined amEdeo’s life, and a whirlwind trip around the globe to find the lost Malaysian flight 730 (but really so Sweet Daddy could party in Amsterdam). Watch the epic showdown above (featuring the long-awaited heel turn of AP Mike) and follow the continuing rivalry between Sweet Daddy Longlegs and AmEdeo at WFMU.org.

Bobby Blayze trains AmEdeo for his big match against Sweet Daddy Longlegs during the WFMU Marathon. Check out the archives here!

macaulayculkinshow:

March 16th is the birthday of one of the hosts, Brett Davis, so we’re throwing a special PARTY MONSTER SHOW! It’s going to be the wildest party-slash-comedy show you have ever attended, jam-packed with wild surprises and one reluctant birthday boy who isn’t really on board with the whole idea. Also, we know one “party monster” who could possibly show up… This month’s guests:
JORDAN CARLOS (Guy Code, The Colbert Report)
DAN ST. GERMAIN (Comedy Central, Late Night, Conan)
JOE PERA (Comedy Central)
GOOD COP GREAT COP (Funny or Die)
 and more to be announced!
hosted by 
BRETT DAVIS, SALLY BURTNICK & BRIAN MCELROY (Conan audience attendees) It’s $5 and it’s going to be—straight up—THE PARTY OF THE CENTURY.

macaulayculkinshow:

March 16th is the birthday of one of the hosts, Brett Davis, so we’re throwing a special PARTY MONSTER SHOW! It’s going to be the wildest party-slash-comedy show you have ever attended, jam-packed with wild surprises and one reluctant birthday boy who isn’t really on board with the whole idea. Also, we know one “party monster” who could possibly show up…

This month’s guests:


JORDAN CARLOS (Guy Code, The Colbert Report)


DAN ST. GERMAIN (Comedy Central, Late Night, Conan)


JOE PERA (Comedy Central)


GOOD COP GREAT COP (Funny or Die)


and more to be announced!

hosted by

BRETT DAVIS, SALLY BURTNICK & BRIAN MCELROY (Conan audience attendees)

It’s $5 and it’s going to be—straight up—THE PARTY OF THE CENTURY.

OkCupid User: JohnGentle66 / M / Straight / SinglePassaic, New Jersey 
My self-summaryWhat is a first impression? It can be a clear image, a question to ponder, an emotional resonance, a gut feeling. There’s no way to control what your first impression of me will be as you read this, but modern technology has given us an unlikely scenario: a chance to put your best foot forward to a potential partner.What am I?A lover of life, a musician (not by trade, but passion), a child of the 60’s, a lover of quiet nights and candlelit dinners, an outdoorsman, a walker, a romantic. I am John Gentle and I may be the missing piece of your life puzzle.
What I’m doing with my lifeI perform music on a semi-regular basis, though not quite as often as I did in my restless youth. Still, I still consider myself a prolific songwriter, penning over 100 songs in my music career. There’s a local cafe that has open mic nights that are sparsely attended, so they serve as a weekly showcase of my talents.I will be performing a tribute to Amiri Baraka at this years Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival. I’m a poet because music is essentially poetry set to song.I am currently writing an album about my love/hate relationship with the state of New Jersey entitled “Parkway Pleasures and Turnpike Terrors” that I will be self-releasing in the summer. Because of the question I expect to answer quite frequently in the next few months, I’ll put it out there: the title is only like that for the alliteration. The turnpike can be quite lovely, as I mention in the verse on the second track of the album entitled “Heaven Looks Like New Jersey”: “This gorgeous stretch of turnpike doesn’t dip or wind, it’s a commute, oh yeah, but hardly is a grind.” The artwork will be done by painter/ex-lover, Angela Marotta, who still holds a candle for me.

I’m really good atThrough a flirtation with Soduku briefly tempted me away from my enduring love of crossword puzzles, I have returned and keep a nightly 6:30pm appointment to light a candle, pour a cup of coffee, set out a plate of Nilla wafers and really engage with those stimulating black and white boxes. I think I captured the mood well in a song penned in 1996, which is something of a “tone poem” (and I apologize that you can’t hear it, but just imagine a slow A-major I-IV-V7 chord progression A-D-E7)… “Pencil on newsprint, crumbs from Nilla wafers in my sweater, channel 13 on in the other room, than this? it doesn’t get any better.”I’m also very good at songwriting. In a fit of writer’s block, I lit a candle and penned a little diddy about how hard it is to write a catchy tune, and trust me, the irony was NOT lost on me. It went like this, and just tap a little one drop rhythm on your desk as you picture me singing this to you: “I can’t write a new song, but I can look at my tank, the fish won’t even mind if the paper stays blank, I can’t write a new song, but I can drive my car, It’s Sunday and I’ve spent enough time with my guitar” and it goes on like that.

The first things people usually notice about meSilly ties. I guess it’s that nonconformist in me still trying to find some way out. I have a collection of ties that have interesting patterns, cartoon characters, and sometimes jokes. I have a collection of Jerry Garcia ties that I wear pretty often. This might be my favorite one: http://whatdidyoubringme.homestead.com/files/neckties/EntertainmentNeckties/Looney/SylvesterSurfingAndTweedyWaterSkiingBalancineHotCakes6833.jpgI think I have a good smile. Not so much in my teeth but in my eyes.I’m also very sincere:"Looking for the answers, alone on Hudson Street,Looking at the towers, or at least where they used to be,Lives were lost, wars began, but that’s not why I cry,It’s that missing piece of city, filled with empty sky.”- “Empty Sky,” a song by John Gentle, 2009

Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and foodYou might say I’m a PBS kind of guy. Been there, pledged that, got the tote bag.I wrote a song about Paul Simon. Believe it or not, we were once romantic rivals…well not exactly. A girl I dated in college was smitten with him, and despite being a pretty great songwriter myself, I couldn’t hold a candle to him. So I wrote a song about it called “Little Man” and well, let’s say that relationship didn’t last much longer after I played it for her at the Gerde’s Folk City open mic.My favorite food is Stella D’oro Breakfast Treats. Delicious.
The six things I could never do withoutI traveled around Europe for a year with nothing but the clothes on my back, a journal, a candle and a guitar. I’m not very big on material possessions.
I spend a lot of time thinking aboutThere was this one girl.I was young, burning the candle at both ends as you do when you’re young. I was riding on a CNJ train from Philadelphia to New York, and I caught the eye of a very pretty blonde. She looked a bit older than me…if not by age, definitely by life experience. I had my guitar case with me, and she had her guitar case, and if you’ve ever been with a musician, there’s a certain…understanding. I said hello, and despite having a girlfriend at the time, I started flirting with her. She wasn’t having any of it. She seemed like she had a long night, and asked to be left alone. When I mentioned I had a little bit of hash in my pocket, she changed her tune.We talked for a while. I asked if she had a boyfriend, and she said yes. She asked me and I said no.I stayed on the train past Bayonne (my stop) because I wanted to keep talking to her. I knew I had a brief window of time to woo her, so I pulled out my guitar. I begun playing a song that to this day, I have not been able to recall. Though, playing it at that moment was so special, I wouldn’t dare try to play it again. I ended this improvised tune, and we stared at one another for an amount of time that felt like an eternity. As the train pulled into New York, she pulled down my corduroys and gave me the most fantastic hummer I have ever received. I came fast and she left faster.To this day, my candle still burns for her. Not a week goes by that I don’t think about her. I never got her number, I never saw her in person again, but she did tell me her name: Joni Mitchell.
The most private thing I’m willing to admitI’m married but whatever.

I’m looking for
Girls who like guys
Ages 18–30
Near me
Who are single
For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex
You should message me if…you see the beauty in turnpikes and the magic in crossword puzzles. If you like taking long walks around Greenwich Village or love watching the sunset on a boardwalk bench. If you’re blonde, attractive and in shape. If you want to light my candle, and want me to light yours. If you appreciate the small things in life. If you believe in returning the favor. If you are into wax play. If you know that true love isn’t just for the young.
For more OkCupid profiles, click HERE.

OkCupid User: JohnGentle
66 / M / Straight / Single
Passaic, New Jersey

My self-summary
What is a first impression? It can be a clear image, a question to ponder, an emotional resonance, a gut feeling. There’s no way to control what your first impression of me will be as you read this, but modern technology has given us an unlikely scenario: a chance to put your best foot forward to a potential partner.

What am I?

A lover of life, a musician (not by trade, but passion), a child of the 60’s, a lover of quiet nights and candlelit dinners, an outdoorsman, a walker, a romantic. I am John Gentle and I may be the missing piece of your life puzzle.


What I’m doing with my life
I perform music on a semi-regular basis, though not quite as often as I did in my restless youth. Still, I still consider myself a prolific songwriter, penning over 100 songs in my music career. There’s a local cafe that has open mic nights that are sparsely attended, so they serve as a weekly showcase of my talents.

I will be performing a tribute to Amiri Baraka at this years Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival. I’m a poet because music is essentially poetry set to song.

I am currently writing an album about my love/hate relationship with the state of New Jersey entitled “Parkway Pleasures and Turnpike Terrors” that I will be self-releasing in the summer. Because of the question I expect to answer quite frequently in the next few months, I’ll put it out there: the title is only like that for the alliteration. The turnpike can be quite lovely, as I mention in the verse on the second track of the album entitled “Heaven Looks Like New Jersey”: “This gorgeous stretch of turnpike doesn’t dip or wind, it’s a commute, oh yeah, but hardly is a grind.” The artwork will be done by painter/ex-lover, Angela Marotta, who still holds a candle for me.

I’m really good at
Through a flirtation with Soduku briefly tempted me away from my enduring love of crossword puzzles, I have returned and keep a nightly 6:30pm appointment to light a candle, pour a cup of coffee, set out a plate of Nilla wafers and really engage with those stimulating black and white boxes. I think I captured the mood well in a song penned in 1996, which is something of a “tone poem” (and I apologize that you can’t hear it, but just imagine a slow A-major I-IV-V7 chord progression A-D-E7)… “Pencil on newsprint, crumbs from Nilla wafers in my sweater, channel 13 on in the other room, than this? it doesn’t get any better.”

I’m also very good at songwriting. In a fit of writer’s block, I lit a candle and penned a little diddy about how hard it is to write a catchy tune, and trust me, the irony was NOT lost on me. It went like this, and just tap a little one drop rhythm on your desk as you picture me singing this to you: “I can’t write a new song, but I can look at my tank, the fish won’t even mind if the paper stays blank, I can’t write a new song, but I can drive my car, It’s Sunday and I’ve spent enough time with my guitar” and it goes on like that.

The first things people usually notice about me
Silly ties. I guess it’s that nonconformist in me still trying to find some way out. I have a collection of ties that have interesting patterns, cartoon characters, and sometimes jokes. I have a collection of Jerry Garcia ties that I wear pretty often. This might be my favorite one: http://whatdidyoubringme.homestead.com/files/neckties/EntertainmentNeckties/Looney/SylvesterSurfingAndTweedyWaterSkiingBalancineHotCakes6833.jpg

I think I have a good smile. Not so much in my teeth but in my eyes.

I’m also very sincere:

"Looking for the answers, alone on Hudson Street,
Looking at the towers, or at least where they used to be,
Lives were lost, wars began, but that’s not why I cry,
It’s that missing piece of city, filled with empty sky.”
- “Empty Sky,” a song by John Gentle, 2009

Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
You might say I’m a PBS kind of guy. Been there, pledged that, got the tote bag.

I wrote a song about Paul Simon. Believe it or not, we were once romantic rivals…well not exactly. A girl I dated in college was smitten with him, and despite being a pretty great songwriter myself, I couldn’t hold a candle to him. So I wrote a song about it called “Little Man” and well, let’s say that relationship didn’t last much longer after I played it for her at the Gerde’s Folk City open mic.

My favorite food is Stella D’oro Breakfast Treats. Delicious.


The six things I could never do without
I traveled around Europe for a year with nothing but the clothes on my back, a journal, a candle and a guitar. I’m not very big on material possessions.


I spend a lot of time thinking about
There was this one girl.

I was young, burning the candle at both ends as you do when you’re young. I was riding on a CNJ train from Philadelphia to New York, and I caught the eye of a very pretty blonde. She looked a bit older than me…if not by age, definitely by life experience. I had my guitar case with me, and she had her guitar case, and if you’ve ever been with a musician, there’s a certain…understanding. I said hello, and despite having a girlfriend at the time, I started flirting with her. She wasn’t having any of it. She seemed like she had a long night, and asked to be left alone. When I mentioned I had a little bit of hash in my pocket, she changed her tune.

We talked for a while. I asked if she had a boyfriend, and she said yes. She asked me and I said no.

I stayed on the train past Bayonne (my stop) because I wanted to keep talking to her. I knew I had a brief window of time to woo her, so I pulled out my guitar. I begun playing a song that to this day, I have not been able to recall. Though, playing it at that moment was so special, I wouldn’t dare try to play it again. I ended this improvised tune, and we stared at one another for an amount of time that felt like an eternity. As the train pulled into New York, she pulled down my corduroys and gave me the most fantastic hummer I have ever received. I came fast and she left faster.

To this day, my candle still burns for her. Not a week goes by that I don’t think about her. I never got her number, I never saw her in person again, but she did tell me her name: Joni Mitchell.

The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m married but whatever.

I’m looking for

  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–30
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex


You should message me if
…you see the beauty in turnpikes and the magic in crossword puzzles. If you like taking long walks around Greenwich Village or love watching the sunset on a boardwalk bench. If you’re blonde, attractive and in shape. If you want to light my candle, and want me to light yours. If you appreciate the small things in life. If you believe in returning the favor. If you are into wax play. If you know that true love isn’t just for the young.

For more OkCupid profiles, click HERE.

Bobby Blayze is fundraising for the WFMU Marathon! During an appearance on Amedeo’s Sunday night show, a Bobby Blayze interview (scroll 48 mins in at this link) was interrupted by Bobby’s longtime nemesis Sweet Daddy Longlegs, who threatened to buy WFMU.

The following week, following an extensive Twitter war, Bobby Blayze appeared live in studio for the WFMU Fundraising marathon, where he answered an impromptu challenge from Sweet Daddy and his client, “The Skullfucker” Harley Tucker and the two had the very first PRO WRESTLING MATCH aired on WFMU.

Bobby was victorious, only by disqualification after Tucker choked his out with a rusty chain. WFMU DJ Amedeo then issued a challenge to Sweet Daddy for a match between the two in the second week of the WFMU Marathon.

There’s still time left to donate to WFMU! However, if you donate during Amedeo’s show, you will receive an autographed photo of wrestling superstar Bobby Blayze! Visit wfmu.org for more info, and catch Amedeo vs Sweet Daddy live this Sunday night!

macaulayculkinshow:

OUR ADMIRER REVEALED.

Special thanks to Danny Tamberelli for coming but absolutely zero thanks for him NOT being Macaulay Culkin at the last Macaulay Culkin Show. Especially after all those letters he sent us.

brettdavis:

"Father/Son Friday Night" by Tyler & Howard Shannon
Yo, my name is Tyler, and I sure am glad,It’s Friday and I’m spending the weekend with Dad,My Dad’s so cool, he’s just like me,Except for the fact that he’s 43 (laughs),I thought that divorce would be a real drag,But things have been great since my Dad went stag,He’s pickin’ me up at six, I can’t wait,It might be a little later, cause he often works late!Some Chinese takeout, it’s a Friday tradition,Then go see my Dad’s band, yeah he’s a musician,On Saturday morning, we go hunting for deer,Maybe he will let me have a sip of beer,Then watch a movie later, or maybe watch a fight,Makin’ fun of Mom the whole damn night,He’s cool, he’s chill, he’s all about fun,He’s just really stoked to spend time with his son,
Hey there y’all, I’m Tyler’s dad,All this week I’ve been real sad,Hittin’ the bottle, then hittin’ the floor,I don’t have a job no more,Worse, I haven’t event told the ex yet,Worst of all, I’ve become drug dependent,Kicked out of my house, kicked out of my band,My ex-wife’s sleepin’ with my ex-best friend,Sittin’ on the couch all day in a haze,Just countin’ down to my father-son days,I owe my bookie, I owe my source,Take a shower at the Y to hide my remorse,But at the end of the tunnel, there is a light,Because my friends it’s a Friday night,When I’m not a drug addict, not just a bum,I’m just really jazzed to spend time with my son,
Dad’s car is pullin’ up, I’m filled with joy,It’s 6pm, I’m here to pick up the boy,It’s a freaky Friday night with father and son!Now the fun has just begun!
(Photo via blameaspartame)

brettdavis:

"Father/Son Friday Night" by Tyler & Howard Shannon

Yo, my name is Tyler, and I sure am glad,
It’s Friday and I’m spending the weekend with Dad,
My Dad’s so cool, he’s just like me,
Except for the fact that he’s 43 (laughs),
I thought that divorce would be a real drag,
But things have been great since my Dad went stag,
He’s pickin’ me up at six, I can’t wait,
It might be a little later, cause he often works late!
Some Chinese takeout, it’s a Friday tradition,
Then go see my Dad’s band, yeah he’s a musician,
On Saturday morning, we go hunting for deer,
Maybe he will let me have a sip of beer,
Then watch a movie later, or maybe watch a fight,
Makin’ fun of Mom the whole damn night,
He’s cool, he’s chill, he’s all about fun,
He’s just really stoked to spend time with his son,

Hey there y’all, I’m Tyler’s dad,
All this week I’ve been real sad,
Hittin’ the bottle, then hittin’ the floor,
I don’t have a job no more,
Worse, I haven’t event told the ex yet,
Worst of all, I’ve become drug dependent,
Kicked out of my house, kicked out of my band,
My ex-wife’s sleepin’ with my ex-best friend,
Sittin’ on the couch all day in a haze,
Just countin’ down to my father-son days,
I owe my bookie, I owe my source,
Take a shower at the Y to hide my remorse,
But at the end of the tunnel, there is a light,
Because my friends it’s a Friday night,
When I’m not a drug addict, not just a bum,
I’m just really jazzed to spend time with my son,

Dad’s car is pullin’ up, I’m filled with joy,
It’s 6pm, I’m here to pick up the boy,
It’s a freaky Friday night with father and son!
Now the fun has just begun!

(Photo via blameaspartame)

OkCupid User: gЯoKKq48 / V / Bisexual / SingleIsle Of Man
My self-summary

AB0MINATi0NSPAWND FЯ0M HATE AND P0LLUTi0NB0RN T0 PUNESH MANHiDE T0 PЯ0TEKT MANMUST FEASt



What I’m doing with my life

IN tHE SEWARSgRoKKq HiDEHiDE T0 PЯ0TEKT MAN`MUST FEASt


I’m really good at

gRoKKq FEEL PANE ALWAYSAЯB0RN TO PUNESH MANEXiSt T0 PUNESH gRoKKq



The first things people usually notice about me

gRoKKq SH0ULD N0t BE.



Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food

HUMEN THINGS NOT F0R gRoKKq



The six things I could never do without

MEAT
WARM
WETgRoKKq SAW GERL. GERL BEAUTIFEL. GERL SCARED 0F gRoKKq. gRoKKq FEEL PANE. BUT gRoKKq NO CAN HAV L0VE. L0VE FOR HUMENs. HUMEN THINGS NOT F0R gRoKKq.



I spend a lot of time thinking about

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMnscPFH050
NO!!! HUMEN THINGS NOT F0R gRoKKq!!



On a typical Friday night I am

GR0WINGMUSt FEAST

gRoKKq DRAWS GERL



The most private thing I’m willing to admit

MUST SpAWN TO DiEDIE AND BE HAPPy



I’m looking for

Guys and girls who like bi girls
Ages 18–99
Located anywhere
For new friends



You should message me if

gRoKKq WANT DIE., YOU HELP gRoKKq. gRoKKq SH0ULD N0t BE.

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OkCupid User: gЯoKKq
48 / V / Bisexual / Single
Isle Of Man

My self-summary
AB0MINATi0N
SPAWND FЯ0M HATE AND P0LLUTi0N
B0RN T0 PUNESH MAN
HiDE T0 PЯ0TEKT MAN
MUST FEASt

What I’m doing with my life
IN tHE SEWARS
gRoKKq HiDE
HiDE T0 PЯ0TEKT MAN`
MUST FEASt

I’m really good at
gRoKKq FEEL PANE ALWAYS



B0RN TO PUNESH MAN
EXiSt T0 PUNESH gRoKKq

The first things people usually notice about me
gRoKKq SH0ULD N0t BE.

Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
HUMEN THINGS NOT F0R gRoKKq

The six things I could never do without
MEAT
WARM
WET
gRoKKq SAW GERL. GERL BEAUTIFEL. GERL SCARED 0F gRoKKq. gRoKKq FEEL PANE. BUT gRoKKq NO CAN HAV L0VE. L0VE FOR HUMENs. HUMEN THINGS NOT F0R gRoKKq.

I spend a lot of time thinking about

NO!!! HUMEN THINGS NOT F0R gRoKKq!!

On a typical Friday night I am
GR0WING
MUSt FEAST

gRoKKq DRAWS GERL

The most private thing I’m willing to admit
MUST SpAWN TO DiE
DIE AND BE HAPPy

I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi girls
  • Ages 18–99
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends

You should message me if
gRoKKq WANT DIE., YOU HELP gRoKKq. gRoKKq SH0ULD N0t BE.

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macaulayculkinshow:

Brett, Sally & Brian of The Macaulay Culkin Show have been receiving the strangest messages from a certain secret admirer…who could it be? We’ll reveal these Valentine’s messages leading up to the show, and you can help us decipher what child actor from the 90’s sent them. We’ve invited him to The MACAULAY CULKIN Show where we’re throwing a huge Post-Valentine’s Day show!  We’ll have a kissing booth featuring comedy megahunk CHARLES GOULD, slow-dancing, love songs, the most beautiful poetry ever spoken and much more. And we have special guests:





JO FIRESTONE (Punderdome 3000, Tiny Comedy Club)




 CHARLES GOULD (Live At The Apartment)




 ROB MICHAEL HUGEL (I Hate Being Single, Onassis)





 LARRY MURPHY (Bob’s Burgers, Delocated)





 JACQUELINE NOVAK (DoucheChillz.com, LA Riot Fest)





 DANNY TAMBERELLI (Manboobs Comedy, Pete & Pete)




 JENA FRIEDMAN (The Daily Show, David Letterman)
 and more to be announced! hosted by BRETT DAVIS, SALLY BURTNICK & BRIAN MCELROY (aspiring Netflix account-owners) Will our secret admirer be there? Find out on Feb. 16th! It’s only $5!

macaulayculkinshow:

Brett, Sally & Brian of The Macaulay Culkin Show have been receiving the strangest messages from a certain secret admirer…who could it be? We’ll reveal these Valentine’s messages leading up to the show, and you can help us decipher what child actor from the 90’s sent them. We’ve invited him to The MACAULAY CULKIN Show where we’re throwing a huge Post-Valentine’s Day show!

We’ll have a kissing booth featuring comedy megahunk CHARLES GOULD, slow-dancing, love songs, the most beautiful poetry ever spoken and much more. And we have special guests:

JO FIRESTONE (Punderdome 3000, Tiny Comedy Club)

CHARLES GOULD (Live At The Apartment)

ROB MICHAEL HUGEL (I Hate Being Single, Onassis)

LARRY MURPHY (Bob’s Burgers, Delocated)

JACQUELINE NOVAK (DoucheChillz.com, LA Riot Fest)

DANNY TAMBERELLI (Manboobs Comedy, Pete & Pete)

JENA FRIEDMAN (The Daily Show, David Letterman)

and more to be announced!

hosted by
BRETT DAVIS, SALLY BURTNICK & BRIAN MCELROY (aspiring Netflix account-owners)

Will our secret admirer be there? Find out on Feb. 16th! It’s only $5!

Hey, a bunch of quick things! Bobby Blayze: The Movie is still in production but I posted a teaser. The film is going to feature me and Darren Mabee in multiple roles (Klumpstyle), as well as Sally Burtnick, Zoe Johnson, Marty DeRosa, AP Mike, Richard Pait and cameos from wrestling superstars like Diamond Dallas Page, Tito Santana, Colt Cabana and many more. Next step: the match.

The last Macaulay Culkin Show was a big success and thanks to everybody that performed (Dave Hill, Murderfist, Noel Wells, Brooke Van Poppelen, Good Cop Great Cop & more) and everybody that came out for it. The next valentine-themed Culkin Show will be on February 16th, the lineup will announced soon and Brian, Sally and I are crazy excited about it. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK.

I’m also going to be at a few upcoming shows, Wild at Heart (with Chris Gethard, Rachel Trachtenburg, Kat Toledo and others) on February 5th, and Pizza Beach on the 17th at Muchmore’s. Also, I got to be a part of the last Livia Scott Sketch Program at UCB Chelsea and it was a lot of fun and I demand you all go to the next one and watch her videos.

I have a bit part in the new Good Cop Great Cop video, which is great as usual.

"POLLAK" is from the extremely funny Bridey Elliott, and I helped! I edited it, and it was directed by David Bluvband (aka the HUMAN FISH) and features swell fella Matt Rachuba. It was fun to work on and even KEVIN POLLAK himself tweeted about it. Those guys deserve all the credit, but I wanted to reiterate that I edit things sometimes. Here’s my reel.

And to commemorate the end of the Best Show on WFMU, I teamed up with delightful host Pat Byrne, Neil Numberman, Jake Fogelnest, SPIKE, and many others to do a “Talking Best” after the last show. Splitsider called it “a pretty great footnote” so that’s cool. You can check out the archive here, alongside other episodes of Redundancy Radio.

That’s it.