Last week, we announced that theCHIVE has teamed up with the new TBS original comedy Sullivan & Son to throw the next Chive meetup. After countless submissions from the Chivers, we have narrowed it down to the top five local bars across the US. The five bars were chosen based on the volume of submissions for that individual bar.
Voting begins NOW and will end at 12 am PST tonight. We will announce the winner and meetup date on Monday!
For more Sullivan and Son Videos, click here.
So this is kinda’ cool. Universal Pictures has asked theCHIVE to host an advanced screening of the new comedy ‘TED’ starring Seth MacFarlane, Mark Wahlberg, and Mila Kunis, on Monday, June 25th in LA.
The film doesn’t drop in theaters until June 29th so this is badass.
I personally can’t wait to see this film because it actually looks fucking hysterical. So here’s the deal:
The first 250 Chivers to RSVP to tedthechive [at] gmail [dot] com will receive a ticket to this screening. You can request a +1 if you like. You MUST receive a confirmation email to attend. This screening is first come first serve, so please plan to arrive early to secure a seat.
All of theCHIVERS will be in attendance except for Mac, who will probably show up anyway. We’re all looking forward to sharing some lol’s with our fellow Chivers so get to your email, go!
John n’ Leo
The Landmark Theater
June 25th, 7PM
10850 W. Pico Blvd., Suite 520, Los Angeles, CA
This is an R-Rated film so you must be over 17 to attend.
theCHIVE has teamed up with the new Adam Sandler movie That’s My Boy and we’re offering a free advance screening to the film in theaters across the country. Click here to RSVP at a theater in your city! It’s first come first serve, and seats are going fast.
theCHIVE has teamed up with Adam Sandler’s new comedy, That’s My Boy, to create a new brand of Father’s Day cards, If Father’s Day Cards Were Honest.
Let’s face it, when we send our dads a Father’s Day card, we rush to the local drug store, pick out the corniest card, write the first nice thing we can think of, and stick the card in the mail.
This year, we want the Chivers to create the most honest and funny card they could ever possibly send to their fathers. You can use an actual card and simply snap a photo of it, or even create a card online if you like. As long as it’s honest, it’s fair game.
Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. One week from today we’ll post the top 20 submissions on Monday and let you vote on the funniest Father’s Day card. Get creative and be honest!