“No In-Out Privileges.” That’s what she said.
Lynette’s Albuquerque with a famous person guest appearance
Even if you want to be all cool and like, “I’m sick of that Lynette. I liked her way back when, but now ... shooooot, ” this is funny shit. It really is.
This Week's Feature: the trendy, almost absurd but nonetheless epic art of planking/flanking
Captain Edward England Merriweather’s Severely Abridged Planktionary: Yesterday, my plank skank friends formal planked on top of my cousin’s wedding cake. The planktronica was so uplifting, that I, too, decided to splank on top of a table while a planktographer took some hilarious pics. What the hell did that mean, you say? Read the Alibi’s “severely abridged planktionary” to understand the sentences above, and to know what plawkers and plankophiles are.
Three, two, one FLANKOFF!: Now, if you’re too embarassed to plank, then flanking, the art of faking planks via Photoshop, is for you. The Alibi is looking for potential flank skanks who can top our epic flanks. Read the article for more details.
This Week's Feature: 2010 Odds & Ends Awards—The year in weird news
The 2010 Odds & Ends awards honors this year's weirdest and stupidest news.
Sassy Gay Friend
Sassy gay friends. If stereotypes are to be believed (so much easier than thinking!), gay friends will never let you wear something that makes your butt look big. This serious look at the phenomenon of straight lady/gay guy relationships asks, “What if Ophelia had a sassy gay friend?”
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Our friends over at nextround.net have come up with a collection of venn diagrams that manage to explain a good amount of why things are like they are.
The Perfect Punchline: “Christ, What An Asshole!”
Charles Lavoie has discovered the key to a unified theory of New Yorker cartoon humor.