nick-douglas

Nick Douglas


Nick Douglas is a writer and comedian living in Brooklyn, New York.

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The architectural genius of ‘McMansion Hell’ on why your house sucks

Home is where the hate is.

On Sep 19, 2016 by Nick Douglas

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Ridiculous stock photo clichés we can probably retire now

Why do we keep seeing these?

On Aug 30, 2016 by Nick Douglas

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We apologize for the data breach

It should never have happened.

On Jul 30, 2016 by Nick Douglas

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The evolution and secret destiny of frog memes

This is the dawning of the age of amphibians.

On Jun 23, 2016 by Nick Douglas

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18 brand-new dating apps that every single person needs

It's time to leave Tinder and OkCupid behind.

On May 6, 2016 by Nick Douglas

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The business secrets of @buy_2_hams, the very best brand on Twitter

It's a great deal.

On Apr 18, 2016 by Nick Douglas

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‘Snek’ is the slithering, scaly, surprisingly adorable heir to Doge

Heck off, I'm doing a shed.

On Apr 8, 2016 by Nick Douglas

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Reddit will save itself from the garbage people

The good people on Reddit deserve a better platform.

On Jul 16, 2015 by Nick Douglas

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The exquisite unfunniness of Kickstarter’s 319 potato salad knockoffs

“Cookie Salad” is not funny. But the predictability of the trend is unintentionally hilarious.

On Jul 11, 2014 by Nick Douglas

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A dislike button could be just what the Internet needs—as long as it doesn’t work

I believe we need a "dislike" option more than the “like” button.

On May 14, 2014 by Nick Douglas

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The real problem with Flickr and Instagram

We're photographing everything now, building this amazing body of work, but we're getting less and less out of it.

On May 5, 2014 by Nick Douglas

Seinfeld is exclusively available on Hulu

What’s the deal with these ‘Seinfeld’ parodies?

In skewering Seinfeld, these comedians have all stumbled upon a distinct formular: be sharper and weirder, and alienate mainstream audiences 

On Nov 29, 2013 by Nick Douglas