So Long, and Thanks for All the Nips As we inch closer and closer to the end of another school year, we thought it best to reflect on what may well have been the worst year (and a half) of our lives. As such, we dedicated the majority of this issue to remembering some of our favorite articles from this past school year. […]
Ticket Stubs: What A Strange “Bad Trip” It’s Been If you’re finding yourself entertained by AMP’s jesterish antics, then I’m delighted to let you know that there are wilder and more efficient clowns out there, and they’re on Netflix right now. Consider the long-awaited, pre-Covid Bad Trip, a hidden camera comedy film directed by Kitaro Sakurai (who also does “The Eric Andre Show”), produced […]
Texas, Stay Red “If you’re gonna run in Texas, you can’t be a liberal man,” – Ted Cruz’s campaign song, 2018. Hey, stupid. Yeah, Texas, we’re looking at you. We’re laughing at you right now, actually. Your latest disgrace is all over the internet, but especially on Twitter. Curious that it snowed over there. You mean, Texas really […]
Reject Modernity, Embrace Tradition “Aw, look at him tremble! He’s gonna pop a blood vessel ‘cause I dissed his waifu!” Yeah, yeah, yuk it up, you spiteful clowns. 2D girls this, 3D girls that, Junko Enoshima this, yaoi hands that. All the while, it’s still uncool to have a big-tittied anime “gf” in the 2020s, unless you’re some kind […]
7 American Restaurant Chains I Want To See COVID-19 Decimate Here are some restaurant chains that the pandemic should destroy.
Dating: A COVID Casualty? We get it. You’re withering away under quarantine. You’ve taken all this time to hole up inside your room, look up all the ways to trick your professors into shutting their computers down, and make stupid memes about the virus, even though we warned you that it was a bad idea. Now the only problem […]