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Shits And Giggles: The Laugh Factory App Coming To PS3

Posted on Wednesday, July 18 @ 07:43:12 Eastern by

"It's all shits and giggles until someone giggles and shits." ~Someone on the internet

Sony announced this morning that The Laugh Factory would be coming to the PS3 via an XMB application. Best of all, it's free until December. After that, it's only $3 a month.

For stand-up aficionados like me, The Laugh Factory is the comedy mecca. You're not a legit comedian until you've performed on one of The Laugh Factory's stages. And now you can watch those very stages live on the PS3.

The Laugh Factory app is expected on September 1st, so for now, you're stuck hearing my jokes on the podcast. I've got a good (see: horribly bad) one this week.






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