Category: Humor

The Real Folk Horoscope

By Cody Lyman
Reader Columnist

Aries

Strengths can sometimes be weaknesses, as in the overly-optimistic person who gets disappointed more often than not, but who needs that very optimism just …

An ode to beer

By Jen Jackson Quintano
Reader Contributor

Many of the more interesting episodes in my life have been sponsored by beer.

There was the performance of 90210-themed haiku at a prominent …

The Real Folk Horoscope

By Cody Lyman
Reader Columnist

Aries

OK, so unless you were one of the two people who forgot it was your birthday until you picked up a Reader on said …

Sh*t my mom says

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Moms all have their sayings. Some are silly, others are used to keep you in check. Some sayings become more useful the older you get. …

The Real Folk Horoscope

By Cody Lyman
Reader Columnist

Aries

Don’t forget that it’s your birthday.

Taurus

Sharing is caring, and you’re in need of some self-care. No one will appreciate you more than …

The Real Folk Horoscope

By Cody Lyman
Reader Contributor

Aries
You have the propensity to pull more wisecracks out of your buttcrack than is usual in coming days. You will also experience increased flatulence, …

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