Women and men are very different when they drink and we all know it. Although guys get a little rowdy, women are a completely different story - from the criers to the woo girls and everything in between - we know we're a lot to handle when we drink.. but we usually just kind of stick to the following mantra: 'what happened last night will never be spoken of again'.
Well girls, I have news for you - comedian Chris D'Elia has called us out on our drunken antics. His impersonation is so spot on and hilarious.
Probably the most accurate comment in all of this is that nothing matters to a drunk girl. The club can be burning down, but as long as our song is still playing and we have a drink in our hand, we're good.
Quebec City's beer garden pool, La Cour arrière du Festibière, has announced it's reopening its terrasse for the season on May 28, and it might be the coolest spot to get a drink in the province — literally.
As Narcity Québec reports, the pub features chairs and tables in a shallow pool where patrons can sip a beer while dipping their feet in the water.
People laugh at comedy for a bunch of reasons, but one of the reasons that are really powerful is when they feel like they see themselves represented in a way that feels really true but also kind of absurd.
There was a really big trend of satirical parody comedy in the 2000s... Recently in the late 2010s during the Trump era, parody is difficult to do because things are just so f*cked.
You don't even have to make it fantastical. It's actually just sort of speaking the truth back to the audience.
I just wanted to create stuff that's very based on my own life and my own communities. And I think people have been responding to it really positively, which is amazing.
What are your favourite videos that you’ve done so far?
I love "Ontario girls in first year," that is a character that is definitely gonna be seen more in 2021.
A lot of these characters don't seem like real people to me that will continue living on but I'm gonna spend time thinking about them a little bit more because I wanna develop some things for the new year.
I think the one that I've had the most fun playing with is the "gross boy" character that's based on a lot of my experiences dating men.
It was really cathartic and funny to create a character from that. That's the one that kinda started at all, I feel.
I want my videos to be spontaneous. I think that's the cool thing about the medium of like TikTok and Instagram is like, yes the internet is forever but it's ephemeral — it comes and goes, it gives you like a brief moment of joy.
I think that's a fun playground to play in.
What’s next for Eve Parker Finley?
I feel like my relationship with social media used to be that I wanted to do it to connect with the community and also promote my music. And then this whole comedy angle has kind of grown into its own branch of what I like to do.
All the things that I do, the music that I make, the comedy I make, the things I film — I see them all as part of the same, artistic mission around creating stuff for people that makes them feel seen or makes them laugh, makes them cry, makes them feel things.