Welcome back to the Silliest Take of the Week, my weekly roundup of some of the silliest things people have said on the Internet!
Welcome back to The Silliest Take of the Week Project, my weekly attempt to stave off the existential horror of everyday existence by mocking bad writing on the Internet.
Returning from its long absence (look, it's been a weird year for me), it's THE SILLIEST TAKE OF THE WEEK PROJECT.
Silliness in Takes, sadly, did not take Holy Week off.
You didn't think I'd forgotten about this project, did you? No, the Silliest Take of the Week Project may hibernate from time to time, like a great bear, but it always returns.
This one's on time! First, today, we have three full-length Silly Takes, all published on August 25th, when the stars apparently aligned and Writers of Takes from across the political spectrum felt a dark compulsion to opine wildly about pop culture. Finally, our Silliest Take this week is one of my favorites: short, sweet, and perfect.
It's several days late, but screw it: it's time for THE SILLIEST TAKE OF (LAST) WEEK, because it's Friday night, and I know how to party. Many of these Silly Takes relate to the aftermath of the Charlottesville rally, because the Writers of Takes like nothing more than turning a horrible tragedy in grist for the #content mills.
Hello, all! It's been a busy month for me of bar-exam-taking and then vacation-enjoying and then work-starting, but now let's get back to the important work: making fun of silly articles from the Internet. We're gonna spend some time today with two tweets and a proper, full-length Take that really deserves some thorough investigation.
Welcome back! I've decided to take a break from prepping for the bar by once again reading through the silliest articles on the Internet.
This is gonna be a Lightning Round edition of the Silliest Take of the Week, because I am sick today, and am thus not feeling terribly funny. ("But that's never stopped you before," you say.)