Adam Quesnell is a pro on Stand-Up Records, and when he’s not touring, can be seen around town at various open mics and showcases. Here’s his take on his beloved video game system:
I have a super Nintendo. And by that I mean I have a regular Nintendo that's really good.
Kate McCarthy is a student standup with the University of Minnesota’s Comedy Club, a group that performs the first Thursday of every month at the Comedy Corner Underground.
Here's how apologies work: I explain why this isn't my fault, and then you discover that YOU are the one that sucks— Drew Janda (@drewjanda) February 19, 2016
Acme's Funniest Person Contest winner John Thomas on the misery of clothes shopping:
Maybe she's born with it, mayb--yep yes she is we're talking about white privilege.— Kate McCarthy (@DaCalql8r) February 22, 2016
In addition to writing for City Pages on occasion, Raghav Mehta reflects on age via Twitter:
Every character in every post apocalyptic film can find clothes that fit but I can't find clothes that fit me even in this capitalist utopia— John Thomas (@CacklePunk) February 22, 2016
Here’s a simple chuckle from Acme’s Funniest Person finalist Chloe Radcliffe:
Do you even gif, bro?— Raghav Mehta (@ASAPGhav) February 22, 2016
When she’s not hosting the Donut Party open mic at Grumpy’s Downtown on Sundays, Rana May takes care of her dog, Ralphie:
If I had a nickel for every person— Chloe Radcliffe (@chlosephstalin) February 22, 2016
Touring comic Will Durst hits Acme Comedy Co. this week. Here’s a taste of the humor you can expect from the political comedian:
Ralphie auditioning for the role of Grandpa Dog In the all-dog remake entitled Dog Munsters pic.twitter.com/maXbLcuRi6— rana may (@rana_may) February 20, 2016
Trump is like a frog that sings off- key. People keep talking about how sour he sounds, but hey! It's a singing frog! You can't not watch.— will durst (@willdurst) February 19, 2016