“In the Halls of Justice, the only justice is in the halls.” – Lenny Bruce
Don’t always believe what you see online
You may not believe this, but there are actually people who believe anything they see online. This is incredibly funny because people lie about themselves, what they are capable of doing, and about their intentions all of the time. This is especially true online because many apps today provide filters that can change your skin tone, your weight, and even your sex.
That’s right! Snapchat has an app that has the ability to take your image and transfer it to the opposite sex. So, if you’re a girl, the app can turn you into a guy. You get the idea.
This online lie can lead to a lot of problems if you aren’t careful. Take a look at this video and tell us if you would fall for such a trick.
We all claim that we want honesty from others, yet we continuously prove that we just can’t handle the truth. We say we won’t get angry when our lovers tell us that they want to share something, but they don’t want us to get emotional. Then, when they believe our lie of not getting angry, they tell us something that makes us want to go through the roof. This is exactly why honesty just doesn’t pay.
This video is perfect proof that parents, of all people, can’t handle the truth from their kids. Here we have a family at the dinner table that feels it’s the perfect time, to be honest for an hour.
When the two young boys at the table share their hilarious truths with their mom and dad, you won’t be able to fight the laughter! The two boys are brutally honest about things that are completely humiliating and embarrassing, yet they trust that their father can handle what they have to share.
Want to see what honesty really looks like? Watch this! But only if you can handle the truth…
Ali Wong on Her Famous Dress, Dirty Jokes & Keanu Reeves
Ali talks about her stand-up specials during her pregnancies, the Smithsonian wanting her famous dress, her incredibly supportive dad, telling dirty jokes, her wedding performance that did not go over well, and Keanu Reeves’ being in her Netflix film Always Be My Maybe.