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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 Newer posts →

Nature in the neighborhood

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When I was a kid, I loved the woods.  I had poison ivy so many times I couldn’t count.  We caught crawdads, put up rope swings, built forts and had a blast.  I realized in yet another way, I am

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“Man we’re old” – RIP Vinnie Paul

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Friday night, I was almost asleep and I saw an update from the Pantera page on my Facebook feed, which is rare, since they haven’t been a band since 2003 – Vinnie Paul, the drummer from Pantera (and later Damageplan

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Product review: the Father’s Day back shaver

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Since my last blog was very popular, I figured I would let everyone (mostly men, I’m guessing) know how the back hair shaver works.  NOT TO LEAVE WOMEN OUT – all you female lycanthropes or Italian girls can enjoy also. 

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Father’s Day

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Father’s Day is a day our country honors the dads out there.  I can guarantee it came after Mother’s Day on when it was celebrated and it should, but since I’m a dad now I got some stuff from my

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Well, time to fight a stranger

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I have a few pet peeves.  One is the phrase pet peeve.  Another is people who get on the internet, read one article and act like they are smart.  My mom went to the Lincoln Museum recently and was telling

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Summer good, Summer not

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Summer isn’t officially here, but when it’s 90 degrees with 90% humidity, you can take your Gregorian calendar and stick it.  Of course when you’re a kid, you love summer because it means once you take out the trash, you

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