An Open Letter to Donald Trump from Andrew Polk

Dear Mr. Trump, Thank you so much for letting me go to camp. I have learned so many cool things, like how to take a fish off the hook, tie sailing knots, and even how to groom a horse. Thanks for packing the sunscreen. I’ve been out on the lake a lot, so it has really come in handy. You… Read more →

Andrew Polk Dons Blackface To Raise Awareness For African Tribes

I Morphed Myself Into Tribal Women To Raise Awareness Of Their Secluded Cultures.             Please do your part to help spread awareness of these amazing women. Share this article, and donate a few extra bucks to Aid for Africa. Aid for Africa is a unique partnership of select nonprofit organizations, all dedicated to solving the… Read more →

Massive Fraud How-To: Start Your Stand-Up Comedy Career

1. Write Some Material If you’re thinking about suicide, seek immediate help from a mental healthcare professional. There are options available to you 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Even if your instincts are telling you that you do not wish to call so much attention to yourself, suicidal impulses are very serious, and you should never hesitate… Read more →

We Need To Talk About Zach Broussard’s Top 1000 Comics List

“Comedian” and “Actor” Zach Broussard published his now annual Top 1000 Comics List and…   We need to talk about it.   First things first, when you make a list as bold as the Top 1000 Comics, we expect you to know a little something about comedy.     Zach, you put Hannibal Buress at 998. Out of 1000. Do… Read more →

Trump 2016

Today, on the way to work, I saw a man with down syndrome crying on the side of the street, I stopped and asked him if he was crying because he had down syndrome, and he said “No, I’m just very worried that Donald Trump is going to become President. I’m worried that there aren’t enough people on Facebook saying… Read more →

The Next Wave 2015: The Up-and-Coming Comics of New Orleans

The best of the rest of the South. Welcome to the first annual edition of The Next Wave, Massive Fraud’s roundup of exciting new comic voices from around the country, specifically New Orleans. Though Los Angeles and New York City are home to the country’s biggest comedy industries, they aren’t the only cities with thriving comedy scenes. In recent years… Read more →