Heather Hogan chatted with Cameron and Rhea about touring as a married couple, their #1 selling comedy album, and what’s next in their plan for global domination.
Guess who are still not okay?
First it was for Midwestern moms, then it was for social influencers, then it was for everyone, and now it’s ours. La Croix is gay culture. (While we’re on the topic: Staying hydrated? Gay culture. Water? Gay culture in that it is life, which is something we are constantly giving other people. The ocean? Gay.)
“She wouldn’t let me sit next to her on the bus on the way to camp! For some reason, I had this elaborate Charlie’s Angels-esque fantasy about her where we kicked down the emergency door of the bus together and like idk did a heist or something?”
“I can’t pay my rent with being a vampire, Rachel… can I?”
What do you do when the guy behind the wheel (yes it’s always a guy) doesn’t take “I’m silently putting my earbuds in right now” for an answer?
We’re all doing our best.
In the world of sex, choosing the right song is key. In my life, sometimes I choose songs that are just right, and sometimes a song gets associated with something especially heinous. These are their stories.
Would you rather be drowned in Jello or suffocated by cheesecake?
These comedians’ answers will surprise you, and you definitely can’t find any of this stuff on Google.
Oh, it’s definitely hot in here. Because of ~*lesbians.*~
Featuring: Evan Rachel Wood, Kate McKinnon and Stephanie Beatriz!
The album isn’t actually moving, you guys. That’s part of a DeAnne Smith joke, and one of my favorites. Anyway get this album!
25 Undercuts That Will Come Out for You
“Hi, Linda, how are you?” “Hi, Erin. My husband’s not gay.”
“I’m going to carry on doing what I love and I’m going to enjoy every minute of it… being trans does not mean that you need to give up on your life, or your friends, or your family, or your career or your achievements.”
I’ll see you in the faves.
Wish you were hanging out with Brittani Nichols? Yeah, join the club. Until then, we can follow her around through a day in her life through the lens of a camera!
Tig is a story about losing love, family, and comedy and then finding them all again in places you never would’ve thought to look because Jesus Christ, you’d never want to.
“Do you believe in UFOs, astral projections, transmisogyny, ESP, bisexuals, spirit photography, the feminist movement, full trance mediums, the Loch Ness monster, and the theory of Gender as a Social Construct?”