Trying to get in the Halloween spirit? Dennis breaks down offbeat Halloween TV specials. It’s about to get spooky and kooky in here.
Are you excited about the autumn? Well, so is Dennis. And he’s got reasons. Many reasons, all of them wearing sweatshirts and smelling like cinnamon.
Nice try, lungs. You can’t snuff me out. But after a lifetime of asthma—trips to the hospital and embarrassing near-death experiences—I’m just plain mad.
How should the state protect billionaires from losing steam and going on unemployment? The same way it motivates the working class: fear of financial ruin!
Pointing out grammatical errors on the internet is a grammar snob’s favorite pastime. But it’s detrimental to language development. Here’s why.
According to Dennis, there’s no such thing as the Great Plains. And you know what else? New York is in New England. Suck on that, nerds.
When Dennis and his college buddies drove to a bowl game in Florida, they made a few stops. One gas station in Mississippi left them with an important lesson.
What does “maybe” mean? It’s not always clear. But Dennis, an elder Millennial with his finger on the pulse, does his best to decode the meaning.
What happens when all the memes have been shared and Netflix stops asking if you’re still watching? Might have to write a letter to an old friend…