Can someone please explain to me why a birthday month is a thing? The clue is in the name: birthDAY. You see it’s my birthday next week, and while I am no Grinch when it comes to celebrating birthdays, I don’t get why it should be a month of celebrations. This view probably has a lot to do with my age… but what will never get old is watching comedy, and I really recommend Daniel Sloss. All this and a bag of chips in this week’s Bytesized.
The face I make when it’s my actual birthday.
?Never stop never stopping believing in your dreams – Gandhi
It’s that time of the year where morale is pretty low and everyone is working for the December holidays. I find that looking at motivational quotes and memes really help.
Simba's Father was murdered when he was a kid and today he owns a multi-million dollar worth Crisp Company. Never give up. pic.twitter.com/7C1tjV7JHJ
?WATCH THIS: Daniel Sloss on Netflix in a two-part special
It is no secret that I love comedy, especially inappropriate comedy. I laugh at all the things you shouldn’t. Netflix is a great place to watch stand up comedy (so far my favourites include Ricky Gervais Humanity, Jim Jefferies and Ali Wong) and when Daniel Sloss popped up I realised I had never heard of this guy before. I watched the trailer and then watched both episodes. Twice. On a school night.
The first deals with religion and death and the second relationships and vegans. He gets very real, very fast but does it in a laugh out loud way. So real and so funny that people have actually broken up or filed for divorce. But it is really good, so go and watch it.
Instead of retweeting praise for my Netflix specials, I've compiled a short collection of the #Jigsaw breakups from Netflix alone. That tally is now 500± in one day. But most importantly, 3rd confirmed divorce. You're all very welcome. pic.twitter.com/tmF99PHhmv
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