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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 →

Dad jokes

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A new child means new material, I’ve been told.  Here’s some quick ones I thought of! Now that I have two kids, I’ll finally have more time to write new jokes!  Haha, that’s a joke within a joke.  It took

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Baby #2 is here!

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We (my wife, daughter and I – no word from the dog or cat yet) would like to introduce baby #2 in the Coen hacienda, Jackson Grant Coen.  We are very excited and very tired.  Really tired, but my hulk

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The wonder of pregnancy

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I could blog about the Super Bowl, but ESPN has at least 50 people writing about it right now.  The commercials are being covered also.  So I decided to type a few words about the biggest thing in my life,

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What would you ask Jesus?

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I don’t know if I’ve ever told this story, but here goes.  I went through confirmation as a middle schooler – for you unwashed heathens, that’s where the church makes sure you’re ready to step up from childhood to adulthood

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Chief Wa-who?

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Well, the crisis of the day yesterday was Chief Wahoo, the red faced 1940’s throwback mascot/logo of Cleveland Indians was announced retired, sort of.  This year, business as usual, but in 2019, heeeeeeeee’s OUT!  (A little baseball joke, get it? 

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Please don’t read the comments: A guide to web stories

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Last week I saw a clickbait story about a Domino’s that saved a customer’s life.  I’m sadly likely to read a lot of those stories, so I clicked.  A Domino’s customer in Oregon ordered every single day for years, then

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