May 092010
Aunt Stabby

Okay, finally, our latest humor column, for May 2010, has been posted online.

Here’s a little snippet:

DEAR STABBY: I was two weeks away from getting married. Everything was beautifully planned—it was going to be a fairy tale wedding. But then I caught my fiancee cheating on me with my bridesmaid! Can you help me, Stabby? DESPONDENT IN DAYTON

DEAR DESPERATE DUMB (Twit’s note: censored again!) IN DAYTON: You want me to send someone to take care of him for you? Just let me know, I have peeps.

Nov 292009

The November column is now online. Also, there was no December column due to… dust. I’ll get into that in a future column.

May 312009

The Summer 2009 column (The Humorless Twit Falls In Love Again) is now online.

Oh, and in case you haven’t noticed, we’re messing around with the home page design again. Might take us a bit to get it right. Until then, thank you for your patience.

Apr 122009

The April 2009 column is now online, woohoo! Aunt Flabby filled in, so to speak, for The Humorless Twit this month. Here’s an excerpt:

This month, I want to share with you my family’s most coveted recipes from the Great Depression. The reason for that, besides the fact that they are utterly scrumptious, is that we are going through some hard times now and we all need to save some money. But we still have to eat. Well, I don’t know about you but I know that I still have to eat. I ALWAYS have to eat! In fact, let me stop now to have my mid-morning snack.

Mar 132009

Gladys aka Stinkydog

I’m saddened to report my dog Gladys–also known as “Stinkydog”–had to be put to sleep today.

I had adopted Gladys in late 2002 (read more about my dog Gladys here). Although I didn’t know her exact age, it was clear she was an adult the day I adopted her. My guesstimate is that she was about six years old or so when I adopted her.

Gladys had serious kidney failure so, after consulting with the vet, I agreed that the best course of action was to put an end to her suffering. I said goodbye and stayed with her to the very end.

Gladys, you will be missed…