Ryan Long spills hilarious unfiltered truths about life

Picture this: a sold-out show at Denver’s Comedy Works, with the audience holding their breaths – not in anticipation, but in utter shock. Why, you ask? Because of none other than the man, the myth, the legend – Ryan Long.

You see, Long isn’t your average comic. He’s not here to play it safe or cater to the easily offended. No, he’s here to push boundaries and make you laugh, whether you like it or not. And that’s exactly what he did at his recent Denver show.

Hamas, pegging (don’t even ask), Hitler, school shootings, trans school shooters – these are just a few of the topics Long fearlessly delved into during his performance. And the audience? Well, they didn’t flinch. Not even once.

But that’s the Long effect for you. His anti-woke humor and cutting-edge jokes are like a breath of fresh air in today’s oversensitive climate. It’s no wonder his sketch videos are a hit, outshining even the once-revered “Saturday Night Live.” And with that mischievous smile and laid-back skater dude vibe, he has a way of making even the wildest jokes seem downright tame.

But don’t be fooled by his easygoing persona – Long isn’t afraid to serve up some hard-hitting truths along with his humor. Take his take on the gender wars, for example. He throws in some sharp observations about the absurdities of it all, from all-female moving companies to men drooling over breast-feeding reels.

And here’s the kicker – Long’s material doesn’t discriminate when it comes to targets. Whether it’s mocking a MAGA Republican or tearing into an America-hating liberal, he spares no one. And that’s what makes his act so refreshingly honest. He’s not here to pander to any particular ideology – he’s here to make you laugh, and maybe make you think a little too.

Sure, he might drop a controversial joke or two, like his “perfect” COVID-19 vaccine quip, but that’s just Long being Long. He’s not looking for approval or validation – he’s just being true to himself and his craft.

And that’s exactly why mainstream media hasn’t quite embraced him. You won’t catch him gracing the stage of “The Late Show,” “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” or “Saturday Night Live” anytime soon. But hey, who needs them when you’ve got a legion of loyal fans who appreciate unfiltered, unapologetic comedy?

Now, Long isn’t one to shy away from current events, even if he’s not known for political humor. He’s not afraid to stir the pot, whether it’s by giving a nod to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau or sneaking in a Hunter Biden joke without immediately pivoting to an Orange Man Bad reference. And don’t even get us started on his take on Americans imitating Chinese accents – let’s just say it’s not for the faint of heart.

What’s truly remarkable about Long is that he’s acutely aware of today’s comedy landscape. He knows the so-called “rules” and the taboo topics, but he flat out refuses to play by them. No apologies. No surrender. And guess what? The woke mob doesn’t even bother trying to cancel him. They know he’s a force to be reckoned with.

But perhaps the most impressive thing about Long is his ability to tackle demanding, potentially controversial material with unfaltering wit and confidence. Whether he’s poking fun at Hugh Hefner’s playmates or challenging the audience to confront uncomfortable truths, he never misses a beat. And trust us, the crowd at the Comedy Works can attest to that.

So, if you’re looking for unapologetic, unfiltered comedy that doesn’t hold back on the hard-hitting truths, Ryan Long is your guy. Just be prepared to laugh, cringe, and maybe even question a few things along the way. It’s all part of the Long experience – and it’s definitely one worth having.

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