Funny not Slutty of the Week – Linda Gambino

Linda Gambino

Linda Gambino is a witty comedian and writer and one of the funniest women on twitter. In addition to performing stand up, Linda works as a nationally recognized voice & on camera actress. In 2006, Linda won “The Funniest Person in Cincinnati” contest held at Go Bananas Comedy Club in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has been working in comedy clubs across the country ever since.

Funny not Slutty of the Week – Amy Anderson

Amy Anderson Comedian

She’s “the skinny Margaret Cho” and she’s a member of our community…LA comedian, actor and musician Amy Anderson has established herself as one of the hottest up-and-coming comedians in the country and also created and hosted the first Asian American stand up showcase, Chop-SHTICK, at the legendary Friars of Beverly Hills and the Hollywood Improv. You have seen Amy on Comedy Central, Showtime, GSN, Sitv, Mun2, AZN, VH1, QTN and The Tom Joyner Show on ABC. Amy has appeared in several national television commercials and you may recognize her as the coldhearted “Elevator Lady” in that Southwest Airlines elevator commercial. Amy is currently headlining club & college shows throughout the U.S., working on several tv and online projects and cutting food into bite sized pieces for her three year old.

Here is an Office spoof Amy did with her daughter Aubrey for National Lampoon. Also starring Dat Phan, Eugene Kim & Charles Kim.

Funny not Slutty of the Week – Stephanie Faith Scott

stephanie faith scott actor

Stephanie Faith Scott is half of comedy production duo Good Catch Productions. Stephanie along with her husband, Eric Rasmussen, produced FnS favorite series The RetributionersThe Retributioners is a hilarious NYC produced series about a woman’s quest to seek validation and revenge on everything from ex-boyfriends, former friends, people who stole her taxi, and everything in between. Their popular episode Drunk Dial Party was on the first “edition” of Funny not Slutty in May of 2008. Stephanie graciously granted an FnS audio interview later that year (listen below). She and Eric have a new series coming soon, so stay tuned to FnS for more details. And Steph will be a speaker at the first Web Series Summer Camp, sponsored by WGA-East in NYC August 28.

2008 FnS Audio Interview with Stephanie:

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Funny not Slutty of the Week – Pearl

Our Funny not Slutty of the Week, known as “Pearl”, is a precocious member of our community. What once ensured that she sat at a table next to the teacher is now posted daily. That’s right, she shares her amusing thoughts on life every day on How many of you can say you write EVERY DAY? And her website has a glaring badge to FnS which refers views to us regularly.

I Type Like A Super Star!
by Pearl

You know, of all the things that have held me back in life, I have to say that learning to type was probably my biggest mistake.

That, and learning how to make coffee (or letting anyone in an office know that I know how to make coffee).

Oh, and those years I headed up that pre-school gambling ring. That might’ve been a mistake.

But no. Typing has held me back the most.

Funny not Slutty of the Week – Sarah Maizes

Sarah Maizes is a writer/comedian, single mother of three, and founder of “Mommy Lite” (, a parenting humor site. We can all take a lesson in joke writing technique from her.

She is a regular contributor to and her work has been featured on,,, and (a website for parents of children with Autism). 

Sarah has appeared on ABC News Now’s “Moms Get Real,” NPR’s “Tell Me More”, and in the sold-out show, “Expressing Motherhood.”  She has also performed at The Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Store, and Stand-Up New York.

Sarah is the creator and co-author of The Bridesmaid’s Guerrilla Handbook published by Berkley and her new non-fiction humor book, “Got Milf?  The Modern Mom’s Guide to Feeling Fabulous, Looking Great and Rocking a Minivan” will be out in Spring 2011.

Funny not Slutty of the Week – Suzy Soro


Suzy Soro is a regular contributor and commenter to our community, and posts her Funny not Slutty badges proudly on her immensely popular blog, Where Hot Comes to Die. She was published in the Funny not Slutty Big Blog Book (which is a free download), and helps promote FnS on Twitter. A standup comic and actor, you’ve probably seen her on Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm. So Suzy, thank you for being Funny not Slutty of the Week!

Plastic Surgery for Dummies

Posted by Suzy Soro on February 8, 2010 at 4:45pm

There are two kinds of New Yorkers who move to Los Angeles. One is dreaded and hates L.A. because there’s no winter/smoking/people who read. Then there’s me. I loved it because there were hot cars, hot homes, and most importantly, hot people everywhere. Not to mention my building had a pool and a view of the Hollywood sign. I know there are gorgeous people who live in other parts of the world but it couldn’t possibly compare to the pulchritude this town spits out like olive pits from a dirty martini. READ MORE

Funny not Slutty of the Week – Daniela Muhawi

Humorist and artist Daniela Muhawi of Seafood Punch is Funny not Slutty of the Week. Her website is a holistic attempt at controlling a mild case of ADD by listing everything that goes on in the her head in a relatively orderly fashion. Daniela also provided most of the incredible cartoons among the pages of  The Funny not Slutty Big Blog Book. She has granted a little interview for us at FnS.

Funny not Slutty of the Week – Daniela Muhawi

It seems your work has themes such as food and diet, health and germs, self improvement and self esteem… How do you define the main themes of your art?

I love drawing food with faces. Ironically, I’d probably never eat anything if it was looking back up at me. (I’ll have to write a post about the goat-head incident now that you’ve reminded me about it.) Ideas comes to me while I write. Since I tend to write about animals, fat animals, food and food that makes you fat…that will typically be the stuff I illustrate. I occasionally like to incorporate real facts in my writing and art too. Unfortunately, I lost all credibility when I drew an angelic hotdog with a halo. I typically try and keep things entertaining, goofy and based on real facts…but I’ll slip once in a while.

I only know you are not originally from the US because you talk about it. You have assimilated into our culture so well, you cannot tell. Was that just in your nature, or did you purposefully observe and mimic what was around you? Do you think your brilliance in noticing what is in the minds of our society stems from an outsider’s perspective?

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Funny not Slutty of the Week – KiKi Walter

If FnS had a “Most Nostalgic” award, it would go to Kiki (Kristy) Walter. Kristy remembers more about her youth than I remember about yesterday. Her “every woman” style of writing is reflective of her experience in acting, documentary producing and journalism.
Kristi in the FnS Community and her blog Flibbertigibbet.

Plucking Mole Hairs: Pleather, News & Roller Derby
by KiKi Walter

As I grow older, replete with nose warts and hairy moles and blast of gray Einstein hair, I tend to obsess over the dreams of youth gone by. What one might call “an idealist” — or “dreamer — or “eccentric” — or “scatterbrained creative type” — or just “scatterbrained” — I’ve had my share of aspirations, none of which I’ve completely left behind. I won’t quit you, damn it. I won’t quit you:

* Fame-whoring, Academy-award winning, totally obnoxious actress. The life long dream, out of the womb. As a child, I would throw blankets over my head and darken the circles under my eyes with an eyeliner pencil (unfortunately, it was a shimmery baby blue eye pencil – but, you know, it was — like — 1980. Ish.) Imagination prevailed, however, and I would light the bedroom with candles and proceed to pose in front of my dresser mirror for future movie posters. I suppose in my youth, I was delusional over the fact that my reign as a community theatre princess in a small Canadian border farm town would take me far in my quest for fame, but the heart was there. I kept with it, I did my thing in Los Angeles until Plan B was enlisted — the difference being it was more about the feeling and less about the fame whore thing. In my old age, I miss it. But, in my old age, I still psychotically pose for dramatic movie posters while in the comfort of my darkened bedroom. [Read more...]

Funny not Slutty of the Week – P.L. Frederick


P.L. Frederick can do it all, big and small.  Her blog entries on the FnS community are some of our most viewed.

Writing Humor One Edit At A Time
by P.L. Frederick

Writing well is a learning process. And when it’s about humor, it’s a fun learning process. For readers out there who are curious about the editing part of the process I’ve been using (hi Mom!) here you go…

1. Think stuff up. Write stuff down. Ignore quality.

2. Let them sit overnight or overweek. Don’t think about them. Stop it.

3. Re-read. Toss the yuck but keep what gives you yuck-yucks. For better comedic impact, shorten the keepers to the least number of words.

4. Read them aloud to someone else. Choose a person who won’t laugh out of politeness but who is capable of laughter.

5. Cry. [Read more...]

Funny not Slutty of the Week – Jackie Williams

Iraqi Jackie

What Funny not Slutty could be more deserving of acknowledgement than our very own U.S. Army Soldier Medic blogger? Iraqi Jackie has been on living it up in the States on leave this week, and she travels back to her deployment in Iraq today. Let’s post some words of encouragement and thanks for serving overseas and sharing her experiences with us!

Jackie’s profile in the Funny not Slutty Community –
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Medics Fixin Shit by Iraqi Jackie


The day’s task was to wash the FLAs. Nevermind that we are in IRAQ and it’s filthy and dusty every day, those damn field ambulances needed a bath! So down to the motorpool we went!