is The Phat Phree?
The Phat Phree is a humor site that publishes three to five new
comic essays, cartoons, and commentaries each weekday written by a
staff of comedy writers around the country. The site receives an average
daily readership of 15,000 to 20,000 unique visitors, and about 1.5
million+ page views per month.
The site has recently been redesigned and added reader blogging and
message board features to futher foster the community of readers and
writers who have made the site such a success.
For more about the writers of "Look At My Striped Shirt",
see the About the Writers page.
Who runs the site?
Phamily Business Entertainment, the parent company
of The Phat Phree, also owns and operates several other sites including
the tee shirt retailer Oscar
Shitley's. It is small entertainment company owned and operated
by Charlie DeMarco, Justin Harvey, and Chris Queen.
What else have the writers done?
In 2005, The Phat Phree optioned a television pilot to 20th Century
Fox Television called "Chronicles of a Wasted Life". And
the writers sold two books based largely on the success of the website.
Staff writers have been tapped to contribute to many other projects
by The National Lampoon, UCB, and Kensington Publishing, and continue
to write, produce, and perform in their own projects.
The Phat Phree has recently sold another book, and is currently developing
television and film projects in partnership with well known production
companies and major studios.
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