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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

Vacations suck

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Well, as I’m typing this, I’m technically on “vacation” aka my kids didn’t get sick, so I’m using days off before I lose them.  I don’t suffer from depression, but if I lost a vacation day, I would burn down

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The worst people on Earth award goes to…

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I see a lot of stupid on the internet.  Stupid can be understood.  Evil can’t.  So for the worst people on Earth award (April 2018) version, congrats to people that exploit or attack the victims of tragedies, aka “False Flag

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Before and after children conversations

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Before: “I’m tired, I was up until 3 am!”  After: “I’m tired, my kid woke me up at 3 am.” B: “We always go to that bar, let’s do something different!” (Goes to same bar) A: “We always get that

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The other part of stand-up comedy you may not think of

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I have seen a lot of new comics over the years and heard a lot of discussions about comedy in general, so I though why not cover what goes into a good comic?  The obvious and most important one to

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Bedtime stories with dada

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My child fights sleep harder than I fight sobriety.  Each night is a Mortal Kombat style showdown to get her to pick PJ’s, which currently is still easier than getting her to lie down.  Luckily, I have found a new

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Well, there better be 27 more of these

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My family uprooted and moved late last year.  It was a harrowing journey, fraught with peril.  OK, it was five miles because we ran out of room.  Apparently you need bedrooms to put kids in these days.  I remember reading

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