Commonplace

“I had a bag of Fritos, they were Texas grilled Fritos. These Fritos had grill marks on them. Hell yeah, reminds me of summertime, when we used to fire up the barbeque and throw down some Fritos. I can still see my dad with the apron on, ‘Better flip that Frito, Dad, you know how I like mine.'”
–Mitch Hedberg

About Walter Biggins

Walter Biggins is a writer based in Athens, GA. His work has been published in RogerEbert.com, Bookslut, The Comics Journal, Salon, The Baseball Chronicle, Jackson Free Press, and Valley Voices: A Literary Review. Follow him on Twitter (@walter_biggins), and check out his bimonthly newsletter (https://tinyletter.com/Walter_Biggins).
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One Response to Commonplace

  1. Ernesto says:

    Mitch Hedberg died on April Fools day and I kept expecting it to be a gag but I guess it wasn’t. That wasn’t his style and I suppose I knew that but I still didn’t want him to be dead. Nice tribute. Here’s a favorite: “Mr. Pibb is a replica of Dr. Pepper, but it’s a bullshit replica, ‘cuz the dude didn’t even get his degree. Alright.”

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