Seven post-Oscars, mid-non-relationship comedy tweets to darken your Monday
The Oscars were Sunday, and of course it was all about the glamour and star power. Or, in the words of Rachael Klein, who blogs about improv comedy, theater and other arts:
Are we just watching a bunch of people have strokes?
— Rachel Klein (@racheleklein) March 3, 2014
John Tullar, a Somerville comedian, was just as impressed:
I'll be live tweeting whatever I'm doing while watching the Oscars.
— John Tullar (@JOHNTULLAR) March 3, 2014
But he wasn’t too busy to be stretching his creative muscles in the meantime:
I need help writing my new rap song. What rhymes with 'bigger?'
— John Tullar (@JOHNTULLAR) February 28, 2014
Life goes on for everyone, including Boston comedian Dan Crohn, who had to find the perfect words last week for a sensitive personal issue:
I hate you but I'm not in hate with you.
— Dan Crohn (@DanCrohn) March 2, 2014
And oft-traveling Jenny Zigrino (her website is here) has insight to offer for the singles out there:
There's no shame in taking yourself out to a fancy restaurant alone. Only sadness.
— Jenny Zigrino (@jennyzigrino) March 3, 2014
But should comedians be giving personal advice? Not when they can barely hold themselves together, like Boston’s Kate Procyshyn:
Or like Cambridge’s Mike Zakarian:
Took me a good 20 minutes to realize no music was playing while my headphones were in. Things are going well.
— Mikedalorian (@MikeZakarian) March 1, 2014
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