A Father’s Day Letter

The Gentleman Bastard by Brendan McGinley

I mighta went a little too deep and dark with the satire on this one, in that it’s at times more pure satire than comedy. I assure you it’s hilarious if you read it at 3 a.m. with all your fears laid bare before you. That said, I saw Green Lantern tonight, and it taught me the only thing we have to fear is having our souls ripped shrieking from our bodies.

Also, I’m not sure why they changed the title to “Stuff I Won’t Have the Balls to Say,” since I’m saying it, but I get that it grabs more headlines than “A Father’s Day Letter.”

Bastards always win