Six tweets tackling DJs, self-esteem issues, the good book and hinty songs on radio
Twitter is a simple medium, so let’s not complicate it by trying to impose a theme on what local comedians are tweeting about this week. Here’s some funny to end the week or start the next one:
@jennyzisnice I think it's more of a gypsy curse.
— Nathan Burke (@IamNathanBurke) January 22, 2014
Jenny Zigrino is a standup comic and vintage clothing hoarder appearing Thursday at Member’s Lounge with Ken Reid at Johnny D’s in Davis Square, Somerville. Nathan Burke is a comedian from Groveland.
Wow, all the cars look like 50 foot ants right as the plane took off.
— John Tullar (@JOHNTULLAR) January 23, 2014
John Tullar is a Somerville comedian.
Shawn Armistead is a Brookline comedian.
Prince "You wanna party like its 1999?"
Me "No, I don't want to sit in my basement with cans of soup, waiting for my computer to explode."
— Scott McLaughlin (@DaMacandCheese) January 26, 2014
Scott McLaughlin is a Cambridge comedian appearing in the 8 p.m. Feb 9 show at The Comedy Studio, 1238 Massachusetts Ave., Harvard Square.
Daughter:"That song is totally about sex, but it's not explicit." Me:"Right. It's like, hinty." Her:"You mean 'implicit'?" Me:"Yup." #hinty
— Rachel Klein (@racheleklein) January 25, 2014
Rachel Klein blogs about improv comedy, theater and other arts. And she apparently tweets sometimes about being a mom.
Mickey McCauley is a Baltimore transplant and profane Boston comedian who posts even more great comedy tweets on his Post-ambles blog each Fridays.
Who are the funniest people we should be following and retweeting? Let us know via email or in the comments.