Memes are funny, but they can only get you so far as far as your workday is concerned—even when one accurately reflects the crap day you're enduring. But it's a comedian's Facebook page where you can spend a coffee break, if not an entire lunch hour, laughing your ass off—even planted in a chair from 9 to 5 five days a week. Trouble is, they can be a dime a dozen, especially since we all have a friend or two who thinks they're hilarious and, as such, plague our feeds with their daily viral rants. So here are a few to like right away, who you can count on for some very real laughs.
1. Sebastian Maniscalco: Oh, I know this isn't the first you've heard of Maniscalco, 2016's breakout comedian who is about to seriously have his moment. And I don't mean because The Nut Job 2 hits theaters in a few weeks, where he lends his voice to an animated something or other (although that sure won't hurt). Are you following him on Facebook, though? Every inch of the thing is side-splitting, from his simplistic zinger posts, many punctuated with a Why would you DO that? Even his "About" page is pretty darn funny. And the videos assembled there? One funnier than the next. Don't wait until you get home to follow him. Why would you DO that?
2. Darren Knight: Knight's "Southern Momma" is just a movie franchise waiting to happen, not unlike Madea or....I don't know... Joe Dirt. In fact, he's kind of a combination of the two, eschewing an actual costume in favor of simply barking out things a mom from down south might say—hilariously, I might add. His "Southern Momma at a Flea Market" remains a personal favorite, where Momma defends the pooch she's got with her, along with all her kids: "You don't need to worry about my dog, sir. She is an emotional support animal and I've got all the papers." Priceless.
3. Jo Koy: Vegas-born Koy now calls Los Angeles home, and this FilAm funny man (Filipino/American) mines all the politically incorrect territory at his disposal as one. His Facebook page is largely promotional, heavy on pushing our dates and a recent Netflix special but where Koy is really nailing it is with the live-streaming on Facebook. He even live-streamed a family reunion in Sin City a few months back, fully bringing fans into his hilarious, no-holds-barred life. His podcast The Koy Pond is blowing up, too. Seek out his "Rice Is Rice" clip right now anyway, even if it is from a stand-up gig in Seattle and not from the comfort of his own home. Or a family member's. You won't regret it.
4. Logan Paul: Paul's Facebook page better be funny: After breaking out on Vine, Facebook snatched him up for six large figures to "produce experimental content" just as they were ushering out their "live" feature. Fortunately, Paul delivers—from simple pranks on crowded streets or cafes to slickly produced parody videos, the out-of-work millennial could spend an entire day being entertained by Paul's page. The working one the entire night. He tormented Pokémon GO fanatics all last summer while managing to squeeze in a live stream from the Great Wall of China. Nice gig.
5. John Moses: Moses might have been at his funniest at "The Roast of Ron Jeremy," where he decimated pretty much every other comedian in attendance (including, for whatever reason, Dustin "Screech" Diamond) rather than really focusing on the (real) porn star at hand. His Facebook page includes embedded videos that range from cute (featuring his baby girl) to 4th wall-breaking ranting to random moments in clubs with other up-and-coming comedians. He also likes to break into song occasionally with a serious case of bedhead and call out people who do the Facebook "happy birthday" thing but otherwise don't even respond to his instant messages. Moses keeps it real.
6. Chris Clarke: Connecticut-based Clark is probably best-known as C-Snacks. He riffs on some of the best munchies... I mean snacks... out there, from funky new Oreos to Chili Nut M&M's (I kid you not, these exist). He calls his viewers/fans "Snackheads" and his Facebook page is loaded with snack attacks while the hilarious Clark just chills in his car, sometimes with a buddy. It's kinda like those Sonic commercials, except actually funny.