While handling his archeologist/anthropologist grandfather's estate, Paul finds an old, unpublished article detailing a jungle adventure in which his grandfather sought out to discover the truth behind the legends of a long-severed head, still living and being protected by natives. The terrifying story that Paul uncovers will haunt him for the rest of his life.
This monologue is a throwback to the nineties. Watch as a teenage girl humiliates herself with help from the evil that is call waiting. All you need is one actress with a lot of energy, and you're sure to get a lot of laughs.
A short collection of a short-lived comic strip series, The Absurds is a random look at the world around us. Suitable for all ages, but it's recommended that, in order to get the full experience, the reader be a little absurd him/her/itself.
What happens when you go before a group of people unprepared? This skit will show you every ugly angle. Two people have agreed to sing a song during a church service, but haven't practiced. The narrator will present every possible outcome of this performance. This is a fun skit that will keep everyone's attention. Combined with a good hymn, it will give a powerful message to any church member.
Artie Henderson, his girlfriend just left him, and now he's got a stomachache. What a way to spend the evening, knelt in front of the toilet. But what if it's not just a stomachache? And what if it doesn't want to come out?
This book of poetry contains fourteen poems, all dealing with death in one way or another. Some deal with the loss of a loved one, some are purely fictional, suspenseful. Whatever you're looking for, there's something for everyone in this darker collection.