Most of these local jokesters don’t have kids, and judging from their Twitter accounts, that’s probably a good thing. Here’s a look at the funniest tweets this week.
Standup and comic book writer Eliot Rahal might’ve made a breakthrough therapy realization here:
Does it count as therapy if I scream my insecurities as insults to local children?
While Boy Kisses co-host Drew Janda envisions a progressive, health-conscious parenting style…
My son, ThinkProgress, knocked over our statue of Baal on May Day and has lost raw milk privileges. He's in his room, BLASTING whale songs— Drew Janda (@drewjanda) May 2, 2016
The parents around PssyCtrl co-host Rana May have even weirder child-health concerns:
"How's the baby? She eat chicken wings yet?" is the weirdest way to ask someone about their newborn.— rana may (@rana_may) May 2, 2016
Maybe Janda’s Boy Kisses co-host Robert Fones went to the same elementary school as ThinkProgress?
My elementary school was so progressive the kids gave Native American Burns and Wet Williams.— Fonesy (@Robert_Fones) May 2, 2016
Acme regular Nate Abshire keeps his parenting style close to the vest:
One of my life goals is for my Facebook friends to never know I have a kid.— Nate Abshire (@NateAbshire) April 25, 2016
While standups Ryan Kahl and Elizabeth Ess stay hip on the kids’ mopey music:
I wonder if Drake ever listens to my stand up and gets sad thinking about his exes— Ryan Kahl (@IdiotRyanKahl) May 2, 2016
How about an empowerment anthem for realistic people, like 'I Might Survive'— Elizabeth Ess (@lizdropsit) May 1, 2016