30 posts tagged funny or die
I enjoyed this very much. Particularly the head kiss on the train.
Perhaps this is a post I should have made at Thanksgiving—when you talk about things you’re thankful for—but I had an experience that made me realize something.
My parents threw their annual Christmas party and I invited a few of my close friends from high school. I don’t stay in touch with a ton of people, but those I do keep up with I make sure to keep close. My friend Janelle recently married a wonderful guy named Anthony, and I’ve known him for several years and was a bridesmaid in their wedding. We were all catching up when Anthony mentioned that he’d read a Funny or Die article I’d written and shared it on Twitter. He also discussed a section he found funny and made sure to ask me about it.
I don’t know if this is the case for many other writers, but moments like this rarely happen to me. I’ve written for a number of websites, but rarely do people take the time to tell me that they’ve read something of mine, let alone shared it with others. It’s rare, and it actually means a lot to me.
As a writer—and not the type who writes one book a year, but the online type who puts out material on a daily basis—it’s not always easy to find fans. I use the term “fans” loosely, as what I actually mean is that finding people who will read your pieces and not only appreciate them, but share them on Facebook or Twitter is difficult.
Many of my friends have been very good about sharing articles on Facebook or Twitter without me asking and for that I am extremely thankful. I don’t express it enough, but it really does mean the world to me. Believe me, there are people I’m very close to who I wish shared my pieces, but they don’t. Sigh.
I’d just like to say, for every one of my friends or readers who have consistently clicked on links, given me a “Like” on Facebook or shared something I’ve written—thank you so much. I notice each and every one of those times and I can’t express how thankful I am. Even though it’s just a read of an article, for me it’s how I spend my time and it means so much to me.
If you’ve shared, liked an article, or talked to me about my pieces, I’m really thankful, from the bottom of my writer heart!!
10 Trends We Hope the Mayan Doomsday Kills Off
“Kitty Confessions: What They Don’t Want You to Know”
“Advice From a Girl: How to Scare Off a Girl”
Take my advice, fellas.
“10 Childhood Games That Will Save Us During the Apocalypse”
Wrote this for Funny or Die and it’s front page today! Give it a funny vote for me!
Celebrity Tweets About ‘The Hunger Games.’
I wrote this FOR YOU, fans of The Hunger Games. Hope you get a good LOL.
Did I mention these are fake?
Real Yearbook Quotes from the 2012 Presidential Candidates.
I just did a lot of research for this. NBD.
What ‘Home Alone’ Taught Me About Being a Grown Up
I wrote this…
“9 Horrifying Examples of ‘Twilight’ Fandom”
I may also be a closeted Twihard. Shhh…