One Liners: Aaron Boone, Skeletor, Dating Apps, Old Apartments, Clothes Pins, Sabermetrics, and More!

I’m going to start a dating app called Flakr so people won’t be disappointed when the date bails on you.

Aaron Boone’s managerial decisions have been tough this season. For example he was wondering what kind of grapes he should peel during the game and how many innings he can take a nap through. 

I live in an old apartment so, even when it’s clean it’s dirty. 

Sabermetric nerds be like: “Our math shows that walking is the key to winning a World Series.”

When it comes to art, at what point does modernism become outdated?

My dating strategy has shifted to standing on the sidewalk handing out flyers about myself.

I think Skeletor was mad because his face didn’t have skin.

The dating app Bumble has a premium account which costs extra money or just proof you own a yacht and deck shoes.

Things in NYC this have no meaning: Port Authority bus info, subway schedules, parking garage fee signs, affordable housing, and traffic safety rules for cyclists. 

There should be a clothes pin dispenser in every public bathroom. Just sayin’.