Weekly Humorist Magazine: Issue 223
Welcome to Our Town’s Walking Tour Where We Choose to Focus on Abraham Lincoln’s Visit Here and Not That Famously Bad Thing That Happened in the 80s
by MADELINE GOETZ and JACK SENTELL
As most of you know, our town is famous because – for a 22-hour period of time – our nation’s 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, stayed here. Yep, that’s what we’re known for. Nothing else. No matter what a certain HBO documentary might lay out in graphic detail.
9 Interesting Facts About Babies For People Thinking About Having One
by ADAM DIETZ
Babies are not immediately able to walk: This one can sometimes frustrate new parents. When a baby is born, they do not have the ability to walk right away. So instead they crawl. As a result of this, babies often have a difficult time keeping up while on hikes or at music festivals.
What You Saw Last Night Was a Natural Expression of Love Between Two People With CPAP Machines
by K.E. FLANN
We hope that one day you find someone you love this much, and when you do, you can entrust them with your heated tubing.
How Romeo and Juliet Would Have Ended if Written By Children’s Authors
by NAT HRVATIN
Judy Blume- JULIET: Are you there, God? It’s Me, Juliet. I just kissed this boy at a party and it turns out my family hates him! I should probably listen to them, but he’s so cute! Please help me decide.
How I Met Your Show Runner
by BOB ECKSTEIN
ESPN's 'How I Met Your Father's Bookie' and more "How I Met Your...' in development!
by WEEKLY HUMORIST HASHTAG GAMES
The Book of Boba Wett, Wet World, The Good, The Bath and The Ugly, and more #WetWesterns on this week's trending jokes game!
Mat Barton & Adam Cooper, Dan Misdea, Peter Kuper