This comedian was looking for a joke he Tweeted. What he found instead made me poop my pants!
I was semi-proud, in a meaningless “my life is going nowhere” way, of my Bud Light joke being on the E! website. A friend/comic came across it on the internet and sent it to me, which made me wonder if this had happened other times that I didn’t know about.
So the other day I was looking for something I Tweeted, and instead I found articles that had used my Tweets. I think it’s pretty cool, but I wish people would tell me so I can brag about it to former teachers and state assemblymen and whatnot. It’s nice to get some recognition for the difficult task of firing off these beautiful pieces of poetry. I take it very seriously, you know, as an artist.
yoga ruined my life
— Jason Mack (@thejasonmack) June 2, 2015
Ok, bad example.
They didn't show Lebron's dick 🙁
— Jason Mack (@thejasonmack) June 15, 2015
Ummm… that was worse.
#IWalkedADayInYOURshoesAnd they made my ass look fabulous
— Jason Mack (@thejasonmack) May 29, 2015
There we go.
One of them was this article about The X-Files coming back. I’m super stoked about it! Sometimes I Tweet funny things about The X-Files! But here’s what they used:
Without context. At the… very… bottom… of the… article. On purpose, apparently. What?
The other one: Aaron Hernandez was found #hellaguilty, and I fired off my hot take, and it improved a bummer story (not the article – just this whole thing happening is #bummertown).