Milo the Dog Makes Plans to Survive the COVID-19 Crisis

Fearing the worst, Milo the Dog took a moment from licking his privates to draw up a contingency plan to survive the COVID-19 crisis.  Here are a few takeaways: 1. “First things first,” said Milo, “dogs can’t contract the coronavirus.  So at least there’s that.”  He continued, “Apparently, cats can get COVID-19.”  “Good luck, Oliver!” […]

Study Finds People Who Subscribe to Humor Blogs are Smarter, Richer and Better Looking

EMERGENCY NEWS ALERT: Sources report that research conducted by a Harvard professor has found that people who subscribe to humor blogs are 77% more likely to be smarter, richer, and MUCH better looking.  Interestingly enough, it also found that subscribers have fresher breath.  Because the coronavirus outbreak did not occur until the final weeks of […]

Nothing Says Quarantine Like Polishing Off A Full Quart of Ice Cream

All of this “sheltering in place” is getting a little old.  Mental health experts recommend finding a goal to accomplish during this time.  For example – Reading books you’ve had trouble finding time for.  Studying a foreign language.  Crocheting a blanket.  As it turns out, my goal appears to be putting on 20 pounds. In […]

Pangolins Protest Negative Image, Seek New Publicist

Life has been tough on the pangolin community recently. “It’s not bad enough that we’re being eaten,” announced a senior pangolin representative, “now, we’re being blamed for a pandemic?!  This is an outrage!”  The representative continued, “And to make matters worse, whenever someone asks what a pangolin is, they’re told we look like an armadillo.  […]