It’s Friday, which means that people everywhere are wasting time at work: watching the clock, playing Minesweeper (do people still play Minesweeper? Let’s assume that they do), and flirting with complete meltdowns while waiting for the weekend to begin in earnest. Here at Comedy Examiner HQ, though, we’re pouring through this week’s Funny Photo submissions, and we’re having a bit of a tough time narrowing everything down the best-of-the-best. Wanna see the first winning round? We knew ya would. Click the “Slideshow” box on the left to begin your Funny Photo Friday experience, my gentle Examiner readers….
Note: Today’s first batch of winning Funny Photo submissions comes to us from Larry L., Mike M., and David H. We salute all of you for your continued commitment to bringing Comedy Examiner readers only the finest in silly, internet-based photography. If we ever have a Comedy Examiner Meet-Up, we’ll all have drinks on me (or yo momma)(s). With that out of the way, let’s get on to the perma-message!
Well, folks, here we are: another calendar year. Earlier this month, we made a few stabs at getting “back to work” here at Comedy Examiner HQ– we even talked about the fact that we were trying to get “back to work” within these articles, which might just mean that we’re getting too meta for our own good– but nothing seemed to take: there always seemed to be something else going on, always seemed to be some new errand to run, some new chore to complete, some movie screening to attend. Despite our best efforts, we’ve been consistently work-blocked (to coin a phrase) by our own outside-of-work schedule.
But all that’s over now. At least, we think it’s over now. We’ve made this claim before, and so you’re probably rolling your eyes as we speak. But: seriously. Seriously, now. We areseriously getting back to work, and– from where we’re standing– 2012 is shaping up to be one of the most exciting years Comedy Examiner HQ’s had yet.
Hell, even the first quarter’s going to be good: in February, we’ve got a number of movie reviews and interviews to throw your way (we’re just gonna pretend that January didn’t happen, especially as it pertains to film: have you seen the crap they’re putting in theaters right now?), and in March, we’ve got the SXSW Film Festival to cover…along with a super-secret surprise bit of coverage that you’ll be very curious to read, indeed.
Funny Photos, meanwhile (which remains the most popular feature at Comedy Examiner HQ), will continue to work as it has for the past few years. We updated our Funny Photo submission process late last year, and the response was so great, we’re going to go ahead and leave that unchanged: as always, you can send in your (non-profane, non-racist, non-violent) Funny Photos to ComedyExaminerFunnyPhotos (at) Yahoo (dotcom), and we’ll have our mail-order intern, Geraldo, look over each and every one. If they’re good enough to be featured here at Comedy Examiner HQ, they’ll end up in one of those endless “Slideshow box(es) on the left” we’re always going on about.
Today’s batch is over there on the left as we speak. Maybe it’s a Funny Photo (or two) that you sent in yourself. Why not click on that box now, see what your fellow Comedy Examiner readers have come up with? But before you do, remember: we’re serious this time. We are back on track, ready to bring you your daily doses of nonsense from deep in the heart of Texas, and we will not rest until every last one of you are satiated. Or until the Mayan Apocalypse of 2012 hits, whichever comes first.
Click the “Slideshow” box, see Funny Photos, laugh, rinse, repeat.
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