Everybody is a comedian on Twitter, but only a select few are truly worthy enough to have all of their witticisms transmitted to you, the ever busy comedy fan trying to navigate through an increasingly congested internet. Every Friday we’ll make your life a little bit easier by introducing you to an individual who consistently makes us laugh and momentarily forget that other days of the week exist.
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Aparna Nancherla (@aparnapkin) has appeared in person at the Bentzen Ball, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and the North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, and her image and voice was able to be seen and heard via cathode ray tubes on Last Comic Standing 6. Despite all of that, Aparna doesn’t seem like the most positive person.
She’s not a phone person.
Nancherla can be as lazy as the rest of us sometimes.
Her breakfast talks to her.
And her other meals sound just as eventful.
She wants more out of her hugs.
Aparna is the people’s comedian.
Nancherla has a knack for naming things.
But she still has a lack of self esteem.
Sometimes it seems like Aparna just wants to disappear.
If you thought the booing at Occupy Wall Street was bad…
Aparna is a freelance copy writer.
And a freelance investigative reporter.
Nancherla wants you to be careful about what medications you take.
She cannot stress enough.
Aparna loves Lewis Black’s bit about it being time to wake up.
Nancherla knows that sometimes serial killers can’t hack it on the weekends.
You probably shouldn’t thank Aparna for anything, even if you truly mean it.
Because there is no such name as O. Dahugh…
Photo by Q. Ledbetter.
Roger Cormier will take any thanks, sarcastic or otherwise.