A Weekly, Syndicated Humor Column
by Tim Mollen
Future humor columnist Tim Mollen
channels the god of pre-teen awkwardness
(AKA his older brother, Dan)
Journal” currently appears in
newspapers in New York, Illinois, and California.
Having never kept an actual journal,
Tim writes these
humor columns in retrospect. Each week, he chooses a different day in his lifetime, and writes about it as though it were today. A particular entry
may be about a day last week, or Halloween 1980, or the day he was born.
Some of you may be asking,
how would he have been able to write a journal entry on the day he was born?”
To you, Tim says: “Lighten
up. It’s a humor column.”
READ A FEW SAMPLES
into this World Calls for a Travel Agent
From the baby’s perspective, birth is a trip.
Blackout at Friendly’s
A college student is trapped in a workplace joke vacuum.
to Make it to the Couch
Brothers invent an extreme sport to be played during TV commercials.
Trip to the Sewage Treatment Plant
Middle-schoolers get the opportunity to learn about one of their
Your Doctor About Stuffacil!
Some side effects are impossible.
Tim lives in Binghamton, NY, and has 20 years of professional experience as an actor,
teacher, and writer. His comedic skills were further honed at the Second City Improv Conservatory in
Chicago. Most importantly, he grew up in a house with
five older brothers. The family’s operating principle was
funny, or die.”
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call. Please contact Tim, and he’ll be happy to answer any
questions (except with regard to his views on toaster cozies
– they’re private).