Archive for the ‘Laugh Rich.’ Category
For all those female travelers heading to Italy: this is what happens when you are out and about and meet the Italian stallions! They leave very little to the imagination. 1. “Ciao, io sono (insert name) e tu devi essere…meravigliosa!”
By Chiara Tarenzi Feature Photo by Chris Muenzer Captiva Island is one of the many green islands Florida can count on. The tourists flood there to get some time off from the hectic work hours and to enjoy the nature they hardly ever get to see. That’s exactly what I planned on doing. Of course, [...]
Gary could label an empty soda bottle “emergency air” and sell it to a stranger on the street. This is why I found it odd and delightful that he failed so miserably at smuggling Cuban cigars back into the United States after our family trip to Mexico.
Some people love alcohol, and some are just plain alcoholics. Whatever you are, take a moment to enjoy our infographic of how the world looks through the eyes of alcohol lovers.
Our 10 Phrases You Won’t Learn in Spanish Class (Argentina and Mexico) and 10 Phrases You Won’t Learn in French Class articles were so popular that we thought the perfect debut for our intern, Chiara, would be an Italian version!
The Strip isn’t all glam and glitter; there are parts of the Vegas experience that are just simply maddening. It’s true of any tourist destination: seedy types flock here to try and turn a buck (or a trick). When walking the Strip during the day or at night, there is no avoiding the types of people listed below.
Airplane jokes have been a rich source of material for stand up comedians for decades. Air travel is just one of those things that everyone can relate to and also has tons of little quirks to poke fun at. You’ve probably memorized some of the cliche jokes to the point where you could recite entire [...]
One of the best parts of walking on the Strip is always the crazy people you see on the walkways above the street. The guys selling water are my personal favorites, as are the women who wear ridiculously sky high heels and look like they’re in eternal pain. And why is it, that no matter what ungodly hour it is, parents are out with small children?!
Dear Woman Drinking a Coors Light while Cruising West on Tropicana this Morning in Your Minivan: I understand that life must be tough. You drive a mini-van, after all, a gold one, so either you have children or you’re one of those people who drives through all the neighborhoods on Thursday mornings stealing everyone’s recyclables.
I am currently on the road and haven’t quite coalesced my thoughts about my current adventure in the Midwest, so I thought I’d entertain you with some humiliating tales from my past!