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Thank You, and Onward Into the Bed Bath and Beyond

Ladies and Gentlemen,


Thank you, danke schön, truly all of the above!


The Season Two Hopper has been depleted. I appreciate you all subscribing and surfing your way over each week and letting me distract with little stories, letters, pleas. The occasional joke stretched out to the point where it’s no longer funny. I really do always appreciate the support and Internet love. Seriously, thank you all for making writing even more fun!


Before I retreat into regenerating my article reserve for Season Three and continuing work on a few longer projects, I’d like to share one more piece. It would have been posted here had it not run on National Lampoon’s website back in March:


For Our Wedding We’re Registered For All the Items We Destroyed During the Blowout Fight We Had While Registering at Bed Bath and Beyond


Sorry for making you click through; I just have to abide by their terms here.


Thank you all, again, for being amazing. See you in Season Three!





***UPDATE: National Lampoon’s website was removed when they sold the company later in 2017. The link will now take you to the article on the Weekly Humorist, where the old NL archive now resides.



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9 responses to “Thank You, and Onward Into the Bed Bath and Beyond

  1. cat9984 May 3, 2017 at 10:04 pm

    You’re from Michigan? Must be why I get your humor. 🙂

    • justingawel May 4, 2017 at 5:45 pm

      Oh totally! I didn’t realize you’re from Michigan also! I think we’re definitely on that same wavelength as far as funny. Very cool to find out that we have that in common.

  2. Kim G April 12, 2018 at 6:33 pm

    OK, I got a laugh just reading the title. I’ll click through later. Meanwhile, if you haven’t, you should look up and read Fran Lebowitz’s “Metropolitan Life,” a series of very funny essays she wrote in the earliest possible 80’s about life in New York City when it was still a fairly gritty place.


    Kim G
    Redding, CA
    Where we are starting to fear that your blog will become a big time-suck for us.

    • justingawel April 13, 2018 at 8:15 am

      I’ll absolutely check out Fran Lebowitz. She could definitely do a good take on NYC when it was, how do you say, less than stellar? Thank you for the recommendation!

  3. Kim G April 12, 2018 at 6:35 pm

    P.S. the link to the National Lampoon story is broken. Shows an error 404 when clicked. Not that funny. 😦

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