It's tough to tell what's real what's not when dealing with Twitter comedians. Did they really work for ClickHole, or is this the latest internet meme? One thing is for certain: I wouldn't trust any of these jokers to file my taxes!
Hello fellow comedy pals! I got laid off as a contributor at ClickHole yesterday due to budget cuts. It was a dream come true to work for them. In order to make more come true, please let me know if you need jokes for TV, websites, or light-hearted seances. Here's some stuff! pic.twitter.com/xeH3cvzphg— Shelby Enlow (@shelbyenlow) August 7, 2018
Hello friends! Some bad news. ClickHole, where I've been contributing for 3 years, is shrinking, due to trickery, and I need more work now (editing/prose/comedy) Do you know where it is? Lmk and please feel free to retweet! Here are some things I did pic.twitter.com/LOKJwkJPSj— Sam Saulsbury (@SamuelSaulsbury) August 7, 2018
Sadly like many other @ClickHole Contributors, I too have been laid off and am now looking for new writing opportunities! Here are 4 of my best and favorite articles! pic.twitter.com/9GBYXe0jm6— Don Plattner (@dehydrogenation) August 7, 2018
A ton of people from @ClickHole (including @SamuelSaulsbury and me!) got laid off yesterday due to budget cuts by @UnivisionNews. We’re hardworking, good hangs and cute as buttons. If you need weird stuff written for the internet let us know!— Joe Hospodor (@joehospodor) August 7, 2018
Seeing other clickhole people share their best headlines has inspired me to do the exact same thing. Contributing to clickhole has been a wonderful experience that I will very much miss. If anyone has any writing/editing/stable boy jobs, please consider me. pic.twitter.com/nfaOt4uCIV— Cameron Bradford (@camerobradford) August 8, 2018