If you don't know who John Mulaney is, you're missing out on a lot. John Mulaney is a stand-up comedian, as well as a past writer for "Saturday Night Live." He wrote the famous Stefon sketch that has become one of the most well-known sketches on "SNL" history.
He not only has multiple comedy shows out on Netflix and Spotify, but he and his friend Nick Kroll (of "Kroll Show") have written a play, "Oh, Hello!" that is currently making it's way around America.
1. He understands how much you love canceling plans
"It is 100 percent easier not to do things than to do them, and so much fun not to do them. Especially when you were supposed to do them."
2. He perfectly captured how we all felt in gym and/or recess
"I'd come out on the recess yard and I'd be like, 'Everyone get out of my way. I just want to sit here and feed my birds.' The gym teacher would tell me to play kickball and I'd be like, 'You want me to do what?'"
3. He describes adult life perfectly
In an attempt to receive a Xanax prescription from his doctor, John Mulaney schedules a checkup for "frequent urination," which lands Mulaney in a prostate exam. His response? "This might as well happen. Adult life is already so goddamn weird."
4. "I think Emily Dickinson was a lesbian."
In John Mulaney's newest stand up, "Comeback Kid," he describes how your opinion doesn't matter in elementary school. However, in college, your opinion can get you full credit. "Just you raising your hand and being like 'I think Emily Dickinson was a lesbian,' and they're like, 'Partial credit,' and that's the whole thing."
5. The Salt and Pepper Diner
This is, by far, one of John Mulaney's most genius moments that you just have to listen to for true understanding.
If you're still not sold on John Mulaney, then I suggest you either go onto Netflix or Spotify and watch/listen to his stand ups. Throughout my time of being a fan, every person that I've shown him to has loved him.