Seven comedy tweets for better weather, St. Patrick’s Day and a March Monday
This past weekend saw the start of daylight saving time for the year, in which everyone set their clocks an hour ahead Sunday morning. Dan Crohn, a Boston comedian (whose website is here) looked on the bright side, so to speak, of that federal institution:
I didn't lose an hour. I was going to waste it anyway.
— Dan Crohn (@DanCrohn) March 9, 2014
Also arriving this weekend with daylight saving time and slightly warmer weather was some celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, one of our most alcoholic holidays, although it is actually March 17. Cambridge’s Christine Cuddy noticed:
And so did a fellow Cantabrigian comic, Mike Zakarian, but with a different outcome:
Positive the idea of the "Walking Dead" spawned from Sunday grocery shopping experiences.
— Mikedalorian (@MikeZakarian) March 9, 2014
Even a hint of spring in Boston brings people outdoors, not just zombies and shoppers. Cambridge’s Scott McLaughlin knows it:
McLaughlin appears in the 8 p.m. March 23 show at The Comedy Studio, 1238 Massachusetts Ave., Harvard Square.
Speaking of “out,” in Boston, debate over including gays and lesbians in a St. Patrick’s Day parade seems to be as much a tradition as the parade itself. Dave McDonough, a Boston comedian, has seen the debate too many times:
I don't think people in South Boston realize that a parade is gay with or without gay people
— Dave McDonough (@DavidLMcDonough) March 5, 2014
Brett Johnson, a Cambridge comedian (whose website is here and appears in the 8 p.m. March 16 show at The Comedy Studio), has more personal issues on his mind, such as:
Bose Relationship-canceling Headphones
— brett)) nice (@whatbrett) March 6, 2014
John Tullar, a Somerville comedian, has far less personal issues on his mind.
Why is six afraid of seven? Because seven is bigger. It's a larger number, you see.
— John Tullar (@JOHNTULLAR) March 9, 2014
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