(Editor’s Note: So I haven’t been writing that much. I know. I’ve been very busy with my new business venture and performing stand up comedy. Those are good things. Here is Get Involved Comedy’s Joe Mylonas with a guest appearance on the blog. Of course, I will chime in with the italics and picture comments.) Enjoy.)
(Editor’s Note: Hi. How are we? Here is my 5th guest writer, Chuck Fox. A member of my Get Involved Comedy team. He was inspired to write a piece after seeing the other 4 derelicts. He said use it if I want. I didn’t want to, but I also didn’t feel like writing myself. So enjoy Chuck’s work. As usual, I’ll chime in with italics and picture captions.)
(Editor’s Note: After Anthony DiDomenico wrote his post on comparing himself to movie characters, actor/comedian/friend Bryan McKenna wanted to write a post on why not to compare yourself to movie characters. Instead, we got a post comparing himself to a movie character. So, here is our fourth guest writer thus far. Of course my usual shenanigans will be in the italics and picture captions.)
My friend and fellow comedian, Anthony DiDomenico wrote a guest blog for Hugh’s blog Operation: Love. It was an interesting read (check it out here) Anthony compared himself to classic romantic-comedy characters and while reading his post, some interesting questions kept popping up in my mind:
(Editor’s Note: With the success of Mike Keegan’s post reviewing e-Harmony, I reached out to some other comics and asked them to write about what they know. My friend Adam Parsons had children at an early age and then had to rejoin the dating world. With his unique situation, he shared his experience with O:L. So once again, sit back and take in a different writer for a change. Of course, I will be chiming in from time to time so enjoy!)
There are only two people in your life you should lie to… the police and your wife.
Okay, so maybe this quote wasn’t the best way to open up an article about dating. Certainly not one about dating and having children but I feel as if it should be shared so there it is. Mr. Murray (Editor’s Note: Mr. Murray or Hughybear if you nasty) has asked me to assist him with his website about the tales of dating whilst having offspring and I happily obliged. Mostly because I’m aware that if I didn’t write anything, he would write mean things about me on Twitter. So, here it goes…
(Editor’s Note: When I started this website, I wanted participation from the readers. It never happened. So, I started reaching out to my friends and their experiences. I recently had a post about reviewing internet dating websites and I had not checked out eHarmony. My comedy life-partner Mike Keegan decided to review it for me. Here is his experience.)
I recently joined eHarmony after reading Hugh’s blog where he mentioned that eHarmony was one of the only dating websites that he hadn’t had experience with. I figured I would check it out and see what goes on there. I figured I wouldn’t catch as many STD’s since he hasn’t dipped his diseased dick in this fresh pool of females. Yet.
If you are looking to meet the teacher of your dreams, well then eHarmony is the place for you! The handsome, grandfatherly gentleman in all of the commercials fails to tell you that every female on eHarmony is a teacher. Every. Single. One.
(Editor’s Note: Time for the jump. Gotta keep the home page clean.)