Posts tagged “matt lubchansky”

  1. Everyone here is on board with Prince, yes? Prince is the greatest. He is the only person who can say “I sincerely wanna f**k the taste out of your mouth” and you’ll be like “well yeah, that makes sense.” But what does he really mean?

     

    This is how it's gonna be

    If U wanna be with me

    Ain't no room 4 disagreein', uh

    1+1+1 is 3

    In his

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  2. Hello, friends and well-wishers! I am safely in Utah, after driving through a handful of hailstorms in the dark and in the cold. I even managed to return an automotive favor to the universe by giving a jump to a stranded family outside of Tooele. Imagine that! Me, giving someone help with a car. Now I am where I belong: in Nicole's guest bedroom, eating the tacos she makes for me and trying to…

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  3. It was there that Nicole carried Mallory.

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  4. Gardens are terrifying. "Oh, that's just my box of dirt that pushes food at me very slowly."

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  5. DIRTBAG SHAKESPEARE imagines modern remakes of Shakespearean plays with a teenage dirtbag cast. The rest is pretty self-explanatory.

    A GHOST appears.
    GHOST: have you ever listened to Sublime
    HAMLET: [makes j/o motion]

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  6. This month's dad is holding a baby lamb. Or a goat, I'm being told; I don't know, I'm not an animal husbandrist.

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  7. A little illustrated liturgical humor for you Catholics and Episcopalians out there, and maybe some of you fancier Lutherans.

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  8. A very merry Misandrist Christmas to you all. Please enjoy this lovely cartoon by Matt Lubchansky.

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  9. Merry Christmas from the hardworking team at Dad Magazine.

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  10. The Thanksgiving edition of Dad Magazine is here.

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  11. Matt and Mallory have worked together before. Most recently: Gender Studies Students Explain Lesbianism.

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  12. Recently, an anonymous Friend of the Toast who works at a university for humans somewhere on the North American continent informed us that at the end of every gender studies course, she asks her students to (among other things) define lesbians and modern lesbian identity, in light of the already-completed course reading.

    These are their stories.

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  13. 1. Denial It wasn’t that the idea of being biracial frustrated me, it was just that I didn’t think I was it. Yes, I finally learned to write “Jaya Saxena,” but to a blank-slate of a five-year-old that combination of letters was just as random as any of my friends’ names. “Judith” looked weird too, right? “Denisa”? “Fiona”? I figured it was all arbitrary. My family did not act like other immigrant or biracial…

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