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Shit Girls Say is a very funny Twitter account that you should be following. And now it's been made into a web series! I know, right? It's fabulous.
Are you near a computer? Grab a blanket and and let's watch this. I'm not even joking right now, you're gonna love it. Wait one sec, though. I have to pee.
Web series blow. Anyone worth their pepper has a real series… on television.
But I'm going to give Zach Galifianakis a pass. Not because he's a big movie star who could be doing better things, nor because his web series "Between Two Ferns" is actually quite funny, but because he's in the bearded brotherhood. Battle on, brother! Even if you must battle on on the Internet.
Crazy enough though, Between Two Ferns is reaching real talk show like status. Though Zach has had no problem getting big name actors on in the past, this edition features a serious movie plug for Ben Stiller's upcoming film, Greenberg. That's the kind of corporate sellout usually reserved for network television! Has Galifianakis found the key to Internet success? Possibly.
The plug is certainly doing its job. I even took the time to look up Greenberg. Turns out it's a movie about a Jew.
IO West, an improv club in L.A., put together a web series that consists of 20 examples of "Mr. Wrongs". They cover everyone from "Mr. Freeloader" to "Mr. New Divorce" to "Mr. Gadget" — this is beginning to sound like a series of children's books about little round smiley-face creatures!
They're all improv actors so, ironically, the 20 archetypes that women hate were actually written by men.
And they don't cover the Mr. Wrong that annoys everyone by being an attention whore — "Mr. Improv Actor." This is completely biased!
The series is a useful self-help prescription for men lost in the dating world. With a collection of so many Mr. Wrongs you're sure to discover which one you are. It's a chance to reflect on your flaws.
The video above is the fella I most closely identify with — the guy who always finds something wrong with everything. He's goes by "Mr. Critic" but you might know him as "Mr. Total Dick."
But I'm doing fine on the dating scene. I'm Mr. Right. I just didn't like the last girl I dated. Hair was too frizzy.