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About Chris

Chris Coen is a versatile comedian who has been named both Funniest Person in Columbus and Cincinnati. He's appeared all over the United States as a feature comedian since 2007. Sarcastic, witty, and embarrassingly honest, Chris is popular with any crowd he meets. ← Older posts

“Why are you so angry?”

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Recent business trip: case study in why I am angry about 33% of the time I’m awake.  Spoiler alert: it’s other people. Gets in car after last call, went well.  Turns out I planned stops PERFECTLY and I’m 1.4 miles

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I’m quitting comedy and writing a horror film

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Well, the time has come to move on.  Since all five of you that read my blogs have been so loyal/accidentally clicked on my page while shitting, I’m giving an exclusive preview to all of you. He descended the stairs

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Wifflepuke: America’s game

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I was recently taken back down memory lane seeing a wiffleball bat in a store.  Not to when I played as a kid, but rather, when I played a true team sport, not for money, but for love of the

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The 75th anniversary of D-Day

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Several years back, I was hanging out with some friends and the question was raised, “Why were we fighting in World War 2?”  I was a bit surprised, so I answered, “Short answer or long?”  I think the explanation is

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The least elaborate award winner

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A post on Facebook reminded me of this, but once upon a time, in a faraway land called Indiana, I was in a gifted class called STRETCH – Seeking to Reach Educated Children.  I’m forgetting a word, probably because I’m

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One of comedy’s ironies

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When I started doing stand-up seriously and consistently 12 years ago, I had people coming to my shows I hadn’t seen in years.  I didn’t even have MySpace or Facebook and I had college buddies and former drinking associates show

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