PandaWeen

PandaWeen

By Panda

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[Editor’s Note: Meghan’s friend Panda, whom viewers of their live improv comedy show The The Ding Wrong Show (available on YouTube) now know quite well, declared at the start of this month that Halloween is her favorite human holiday. She likes to dress up three-hundred-sixty-five days a year, but she really does not get why the rest of us only do so on one special day a year. That’s one reason she and Meghan get along so well: neither of them understand why most humans don’t dress up and play all the time, since we wear costumes and pretend and call it “work” every day.

Atop this article—

“What’s that word?”

“Which word?”
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Meghan Reviews: ‘PN & Friends’

Meghan Reviews: ‘PN & Friends’

By Meghan Jenkins
Todd Montesi (of Brooklyn, NY) has been underrated, overlooked, not seen, and passed over countless times. I find that completely insane. This is about to change, though.

PN & Friends, created by and starring Montesi, is without a doubt, hands down the most uniquely deep, innovative, brilliant piece of art I have seen since I was a kid. Watch the entire series to know what I am talking about.

On the surface it’s a fun, original comedy with a great and memorable cast of characters. But, like Todd, this show definitely is not all surface. Not even close. Todd Montesi is a pure, unadulterated genius, and PN & Friends is an actual, pure, unadulterated genius work of art.
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‘Zoolander,’ My Thoughts by Panda

‘Zoolander,’ My Thoughts by Panda

By Panda

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ZOOLANDER
[Editor’s Note: Meghan’s friend Panda, whom viewers of their live improv comedy show The The Ding Wrong Show (available on YouTube) met long ago and who introduced herself to readers of this website a few weeks ago, insisted to the editors and publishers of MeghaZine all last week that she would like to write for the website.

“Okay,” we replied, “What would you like to write about?”

“I want my picture on the website.”

“We can accommodate you in that. Other than a photo of you, what–”

“Every month.”
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Too Much Information

Too Much Information

By Mark Aldrich
A note from the publisher: Click here to vote for Meghan Jenkins to appear on a future cover of Maxim magazine! She made it through the first and second rounds of voting with your help; please vote each day. And now a column from Mark:

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I am a very private person, plus I am pretty committed to a co-dependent life with the entire human population it sometimes seems, so I probably waste more psychic energy and time in an effort to give other people their privacy than I spend on the care and maintenance of my own. Especially in those moments when it seems that people around me are oblivious to their horrible and immediate need to simply keep things to themselves. Or to warn me of an imminent over-share.

I could blame cell phones, blame Facebook and Twitter and Instagram, think some thoughts about the effect of self-help groups and therapy on the culture at large, but after I think about and then discard each of these deep considerations, I draw your attention to this conclusions: I do not care about your details, unless you are my dearest, most intimate friend(s). No: sometimes not even in that case. Even here, there may be things I do not really need to know. The details.
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