You know how it is. Sometimes, when you come across something that strikes you as funny, you make a mental note of it so you can mention it to your friends later. Other times, you can’t help but spend countless hours compiling a database of similar instances of unintentional humor and formatting your painstaking gleanings for an elaborate online presentation.

Or maybe that’s just me.

New Bergerber Man

Cybersquatters’ hilariously pathetic attempts to convince the arbitrators of why they have a legitimate right to the domain names they’ve registered.

The Mynope File

Hope & Faith. Crazy Like a Fox. Cops and Robbersons. When someone comes up with a clever title and decides to retrofit their character names to match, that’s called a mynope. Why is it called that? Because I say so.

Bite-sized chunks of accidental comedy.

The End As I Know It: A Novel of Millennial Anxiety, by proprietor Kevin Shay, is now available in paperback.

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