One of my favorite nights in LA involved a comedy show in Hollywood. Not knowing what to expect, or who (it was unknown when we bought the tickets), we were pleasantly surprised by the line up. After the host was finished picking on the man wearing gold sneakers and a guy who just moved from East Asia to go to school in Burbank (did they just pin a random spot in California on google maps? Burbank? It's just an outdoor mall! Burbank!), she announced that a comedian from one of my favorite shows was going to perform. It was Erik Griffin (AKA Montez) from Workaholics. He walked on stage with his humorous swagger and ended about being a lot more loveable than his love-to-hate character on the show. Montez was exciting enough, but had it been Adam DeMamp I probably would've peed a little. I like to make people laugh and I like to surround myself with people who do the same. Even if that means forgoing serious conversations and making everything a joke...bae's you know who you are if you're reading this. I have been in a group chat with 20 friends for 2 months and usually wake up with 176 missed moments of comedy gold. Usually things like, selfies of forest adventures or discussions about the existence of toaster hashbrowns.