There are some people who had to skip this week’s episode due to the use of the word ‘moist’. Unfortunately for them, they didn’t get to know Sam Kuban, the mastermind and asshole behind the moist campaign. Moist My Town is the clever idea to post orange stickers with the word all over Evansville, and the surrounding area. For one, it really is hilarious. That one innocent word can make grown men cringe. Moist. Beige. Panties. Uncomfortable yet?

Board games/card games has always been a big hit for social gatherings. Once, Cards Against Humanity arrived on the scene, it made being a douche funny, and occasionally made beer spray out noses from laughter. Based off the same uncomfortable idea, Rotten Plots is here to make people upset and embarrassed. This card game includes language and vulgarity, making it obviously, a whole lot of fun. 

Not so strangely enough, these two ideas have stemmed from one dudes brain. One dude who strives to make people feel awkward and uncomfortable, but most importantly make people laugh. My favorite part of this episode was that Sam was all about laughter, and wanting to do things that make him laugh. He found himself bored of normalcy, and went to his sense of humor for help. It worked. 

I am (almost) married to that type of asshole, and so I really kind of enjoyed this. There isn’t a lot of people who share this mentality. As obnoxious as it can be, it is always freaking hilarious. His whole mission is to make people laugh, to have a good time, and just offend people as much as possible. Keeper in my book, and should be in yours.