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Three Co-Workers Reveal That They Love Jokes About “Being Loose” In SNL’s “Corporate Retreat”

There is some truth to SNL‘s “Corporate Retreat” sketch, in that when co-workers find themselves in a foreign location (coupled with alcohol), some surprising things are bound to surface. And in this particular case, these three co-workers (Cecily Strong, Felicity Jones, and Melissa Villasenor) have found that they all enjoy a good loose butt joke, much to the horror of those hosting the “jokey-oke,” open-mic style event at a tropical resort dest ination. Hold onto your butts, these ladies don’t hold back.  

Donald Trump as comic fodder their power continues to reach new heights

Donald Trump and co. aren’t in the White House yet, but as comic fodder their power continues to reach new heights.

“Late Show” host Stephen Colbert launched a series of crisp jabs at the incoming administration on Wednesday night. The monologue started in on Vice President-elect Mike Pence, who encouraged Congressional Republicans to repeal Obamacare in an atmosphere, the host said, that resembled a “pep rally.”

The Comedian Makes A Solid Case To Make Gatorade Sponsors Him

The difference between those who come in second and those who take home the trophy is champion-level dedication. Sometimes when you want something that seems unattainable, you grit your teeth, lace up your sneakers, and ... tweet at Gatorade.

Writer and comedian Jon Savitt wants to be sponsored by Gatorade. So, he put together this promo ― to prove his case. Your move, Gatorade.

Parents Broken Santa’s Wishes By Giving Naughty Child Awesome Gifts

After a year of carefully assessing 8-year-old Jason Fuller’s behavior, Santa Claus decided to place the boy on his Naughty List. Jason had been a real troublemaker in school, teasing his classmates and talking back to teachers. At home, he refused to eat his vegetables, screamed at his parents when he didn’t get what he wanted, and refused to do his chores. As far as Santa was concerned, it was a clear-cut case. Jason’s inappropriate and disrespectful behavior clearly must be punished with a lump of coal for Christmas.

Alex Blumberg: The Mistakes You’ve Made Are Your Best Selling Points

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Startups often have “creation myths” about their early days. But real life is much messier than that. To prove this, former This American Life producer Alex Blumberg recorded nearly every painstaking moment in creating his new podcasting company, Gimlet Media. With plenty of audio examples, Blumberg highlights the ups and downs of turning your creative art into a business, culminating in a cringe-worthy pitch to a venture capitalist.

Paola Antonelli: You’re Onto Something New,Rejection Is a Sign

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For more than 21 years, Paola Antonelli has been a curator at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. Her career has been devoted to putting together provocative exhibits that spark new ways of thinking, and that often draws criticism. 

Bryan Cranston’s Walter White Run DEA In ‘SNL’ Skit

Walter White just wants to “make America cook again.”

“Saturday Night Live” took President-elect Donald Trump to task over his questionable Cabinet picks this weekend with a skit in which he appointed Bryan Cranston’s “Breaking Bad” meth-dealing kingpin Walter White to head up the Drug Enforcement Administration. 

In a parody edition of CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” Beck Bennett as the host asked Kate McKinnon as Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway about his controversial choices for his administration’s top team.

Are You Falling For A Beast Cursed Prince Or A Straight Up Bear?

Ugh, love, am I right? Sometimes it feels like it’s impossible to find a good man these days. It seems like every man out there is just playing these juvenile games and wasting your time. Even when you find yourself held hostage in a castle by a hideous beast, it’s like, who even is this guy? It’s true that cohabiting with someone is a good sign that they’re ready to commit, but it’s still important to know what you’re getting into.

What kind of neighbor are you?

Meet the couple who have turned noise into an art form. Is it a bowling ball? Is it a metal barrel? You never know with these masters of sound. This is what your upstairs neighbors are really up to. What kind of neighbor are you?ghost tits olivia munn

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Stop Trying to Design Everything

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Social media puts an impossibly glossy shine on design, careers, and life in general. But let’s be real about that perfectly-put together construction of ourselves we’ve curated online, says New York Times graphics editor Jennifer Daniel. In this talk, Daniel address the pressure of trying to be a great parent, while also putting in the hours required to be a great designer: “Are people afraid that we can’t do it all?” Because the truth is, “Well, we can’t do it all.”

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