Señor Grumblecakes (jervo) wrote,
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I missed last night's AD, but I did get to see Patton Oswalt at Caroline's, which was awesome. He did a ton of new material, too; he apparently got engaged during Thanksgiving, which was fodder for a great bit about how being engaged sucks, and how unfair it is that women get a ring and men get nothing, and how he'd love to have an engagement sword, with a big gold dragonhead; also, how the term "engaged" is lawyerly and bland and how he'd prefer the term "superfucking". Eugene Mirman and Judah Freidlander (Molly Shannon's ex-husband in Wet Hot American Summer) opened, and both were hilarious as always. Now I'm a little hungover and completely broke; comedy clubs SUCK.

Also, I want to give a hearty congratulations to bottlroktt who just got a kick-ass job. I'm insanely jealous and anxious for any SNDA violations he can give.
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