One of the Top 100 Food & Drink newsletters on Substack. A serialized, food-centric soap opera -- it's like Eat Pray Love, but with dongs. Written by humorist, bestselling author, and James Beard-nominated essayist Allison Robicelli.
We deliver a satirical take on the news in under 5 minutes. 4 out of 5 doctors prescribe for those who suffer from Sunday scaries.
It's like if The Onion and Psychology Today had a baby. "This is bullshit and so can you" has a bit of everything. A little pop culture. A smattering of OCD. Awkwardly insightful business advice. NFTs amiright? Okay, no business advice. Data deep dives. Some rants. A whole lot of nonsense. Read begrudgingly by my mom and my psychologist. Powered by selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and the American Dream.
These are my thoughts, but also yours. The thoughts we have that normally are thrown away, I'm taking the time to speak on them. I'm here to make you laugh, smile, reminisce. Want to know why the cars movie included sidewalks even though there were no people? Let me tell you. Want to hear what Key fobs are the equivalent of? Come on over, I’ll share. How can you connect peanut butter toast to surfing? There’s a way. Are you sure you’re ready to find out?
Life is funny (sometimes), so that's what I write about. Readers compare my humor to Dave Barry, David Sedaris, and Larry David. Basically, everyone agrees that it's "funny" and David-related.
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