The 5 Stages of Daniel Tosh Fandom: From Lover to Hater
Daniel Tosh is an interesting fellow. Since announcing yesterday that he will be performing at the Kravis Center in June, its stirred up some conversation. It seems everyone has an opinion on him, and most aren't very good. But regardless, we can't seem to simply flip past the Comedy Central internet collage that is Tosh.0 when power-scrolling through the ever-expanding cable universe.
So today, screw the Video Breakdown. Instead, we're going to uncover just what it is exactly that sets us under his skinny, self-deprecating, somewhat attractive spell. We also want to explore what it is that makes us fall so very out of love with Daniel Tosh. Accept this information as a warning to bored high school kids and susceptible sorority girls.
5. Who is this guy and why is this show so awesome?
Dan, wait can I call you Dan? OK, great.
4. He's kind of cute and funny and likes Twitter, so we should probably mate... I mean date
Well Dan, something happened after that first show. I like you now. Don't make a big deal about it but obsessively reading your tweets is making me funnier and Tosh.0 worked its way into my weekly schedule, and of course, my heart. Wait, are those sick kicks for the ladies? You really shouldn't have. I feel like we've connected. Now how about we move this party to a quiet place so you can surprise trust fall all over my face.
I thought you were funny, but now I think I got that confused with being mean. It's probably my bad. Some of my friends warned me early on, but I didn't want to believe them because your face is cute. But then you responded to a heckler at the Laugh Factory with "Wouldn't it be funny if that girl got raped by, like five guys right now?" Listen, I like a good rape joke as much as the next lady, as long as the audience is right. You can be funny without being offensive. I do it all the time like when I'm at the library or my parents are in the room.
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