Boobs Are Awesome Foundation: Take Back Our Breasts – Elizabeth McQuern

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I think this fine film by Elizabeth McQuern and some of the funniest broads in the Chicago area speaks for itself… So what are you going to name your boobs?

http://elizabethmcquern.com/

Kimberly McBride: RAW IMPRESSION

 

Kimberly McBride

This interview with PunkWeb filmmaker Kimberly McBride was published on the old FnS site in July of 2008 and Kim was my first audio interview. There is no intro because I was just recording our conversation to write up later. But the real audio as too interesting to pass up so Kim gave me permission to upload it. Audio player is below:

JS: What you do is not necessarily parody, and it’s not always comedic. How do you categorize it?

KM: Homage in art. And I try to make it semi-funny, though it’s challenging sometimes working alone with no instant feedback. I do everything from the idea, to the set design, the makeup, the acting, the directing, and the editing. My solo work is a bizarre process. Working with other people is much more fun…I put my soul into my homage work. [Read more...]

Footastic Theatre – The Blues Brothers

The Blues Brothers

We made these Footastic Theatre videos last year to promote a Blues Brothers Formal Classic Revue. Shellie Schmals even hooked us up with a great Blues Mobile replica! I shot the pic above at the concert, everyone had a great time. Footastic Theatre is a Funny not Slutty Original Production.

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Flacidia – The #1 Solution for EF

Most of the approaching-middle-age women I know are wishing their partners were less flaccid, trust me…

Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting Avoiding AIDS at Alter EGO – Vaudeville Surreal

Alter Ego is an alternative variety show on the 3rd Sunday of every month at Fontana’s Bar on the LES of NYC.  Hosted by Killy Dwyer, this “vaudeville surreal” show is a journey through various alternative art forms and unique performances.

The next Alter Ego – Vaudeville Surreal is Sunday, May 20th.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alter-EGO-Vaudeville-Surreal/151036401630085

Debt Collectors 101: The FDCA

“It’s the first of the month, so you know what that means: time to pay your bills! We’re the creative team behind Debt Collectors, a new web series and parody of cop shows that follows the officers of the Federal Debt Collection Agency as they work to incarcerate debt offenders. Ladies of FunnyNotSlutty, don’t let this happen to you!”

Christina T.A. Martin
Writer/Creator of Debt Collectors
www.debtcollectorstheseries.com

Marilyn Snodgrass; Stylist for the Dead – Jenn Dodd

Some call her creepy but others simply call her misunderst- … no, she’s creepy. Marilyn Snodgrass is a dim-witted and adorably eerie beautician at the Astoria funeral home. Self appointed “fashion guru for the dead”, Marilyn was asked to give a speech for the New York Funeral Committee over her unique style choices for the recently deceased.

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Jenn Dodd

Jenn Dodd is a New York based character actress and comedian who loves to poke fun at mankind’s collective social awkwardness. Her character work focuses primarily on the wonderfully bizarre nature of every day people.

Janice Peppermill on Being Single – Jenn Dodd

OK, I’m pretty sure Jenn Dodd is making fun of me because I’ve written her about posting on okcupid. That’s ok. Anything for a laugh…PS. I have a date with some okcupid dude Friday night. I’m sure it’s gonna be great…

Both tragic and hilarious, “Janice Peppermill” is a sexual beast. Known for her cones and strict diet of Zima and heartache. An optimist to the very end, Janice takes matters into her own hands by compiling a list of all the “fun new things” she’s doing since her recent divorce.

Put A Bird On It – Portlandia

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 I don’t watch TV, but this makes me want to start…

Saturday Morning Bliss – 80s Cartoons

by Lakia Ross

I was, perhaps, one of the first generations of kids that had the TV as a part-time babysitter. There was no time more special — for me or my family — than Saturday mornings, where I could eat pancakes and watch 4-5 hours of cartoons, and the fam could actually get things done: like sleeping, grocery shopping, and or “just enjoy peace and quiet for one got-durn minute”….

Here are the 10 cartoons from the 80s that helped create the nerd I am today (in semi-chronological order):

Bugs Bunny

Technically a product of the 40s and 50s, Looney Tunes was still going strong in the Saturday AM throughout the 80s. It was hard to choose my favorite episode: (Water, Water Every Hare, The Rabbit of Seville, Long-Haired Hare, Rabbit Fire) but, in the end, I went with What’s Opera, Doc?….Sexy Viking Bugs on that glorious, undulating fat horse…pure Chuck Jones animation GOLD!

When I win the lotto, I am making the Bugs Bunny Network. All classic Warner Bros, all the time. Cartoon Network can suck it…

 

BlackStar

Scifi turned fantasy? I am soooo THERE!!! “Hi I’m John Blackstar… Did I mention I’m John Blackstar? Anyway, I am John Blackstar…” Seriously they mention that like nine times in the intro. I think space travel has fried his frontal lobe.

 

The Smurfs

LA LA LA LAH LA LA, LAAAH LA LA LUH LAH! What parents didn’t go stark-raving insane from hearing that smurfy theme song over and over and over. I even had a Smurfette birthday cake for my 6th or 7th bday. Did anyone else have this game on the Colecovision? Now those were some controllers…. [Read more...]