From sofia

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i love you so much rob. when are you leaving your wife so can we have that shameless love affair we spoke about? ...you dont really need to single, just say the word!

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Dude, you totally suck, but only because I dont see you on the show anymore and it makes me sad. So um... is Samantha Bee as hot in person? Im sure professional standards dont allow you to really comment or whatever, but hey, just guy to guy.

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If there were any man who's teat I would suckle it is the guy who played Bennett in Commando. Rob Corddry is a distant second though.

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Once upon a time there was a woman, a young and uncontented woman. She
stood impatiently in the grocery store checkout line, humming an old
Alice Cooper tune to herself. But this is not the story of that woman.
It is the story of the tiny man living inside her left shoulder. He
was lonely, there wasn't much to do in his Microverse world of bone
and sinew. He tried agricultural hobbies, but muscular tissue wasn't
the best soil. He settled finally on Haberdashery, making cute little
berets out of the red and white blood cells. Alas, he was still
without food and soon died.

Many decade later, Rob Corddry was born in an entirely unrelated
incident. Approximately 30-some years after his birth, and after the Grand
Cataclysm, Rob travelled to Buffalora, Indiana, where he was
rescued from the Red Guard by none other than Jeremy Jones, XJ119
classification Lone Hamster, rogue agent of The Lost Animals. (Or maybe he rescued me, it's not important.) A
romance soon blossomed and failed, but a great and strong friendship
rose up from the ashes of that failed man-love, much like a Phoenix in
yellow bike shorts rising from the ashes to the tune of Gloria
Gaynor's "I Will Survive."

And that is the story of how Rob Corddry saved the universe.

From abbie

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I have never met Rob and therefore can not say that I love him. I can only say that I love his work. The discovery of his column couldn't have come at a more inopportune time as it will surely set me back hours in procrastination and transform me from my usual dynamic self into a sluggish computer stare-er. Thanks a lot Rob!

From pariah9

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What's funny is that I ran across Rob's profile when he only had about 3 friends, and I thought someone was actuallly POSING as Rob Cordry. I wondered who the hell would impersonate ROB CORDRY, of all people. Now that I see that it's really him, I'm glad to have him aboard...and I think I owe him an apology.

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Rob lost his left leg in 'Nam. What's that thing that's as long as his right leg, tucked off to the left side, wearing a pant-leg and a shoe?

His penis.