Award-winning humor magazine Brine Weekly strikes to the heart of society's deepest and darkest secrets with such shocking, engrossing, hard-hitting, and erotic work as "Ragnor's Alternative Comedy," a study of the modern crooked cop, a survey of high school football teams, and of course The Ken Brugle Experience.
Special non-spooky Halloween edition of your favorite non-weekly weekly humor magazine! NO spooks, ghouls, or ghosts contained within this issue! Only potentially scary contents include horses, polka, job applications, and pick-up artists! But when you think about it, aren't these things really...the scariest of all?
The sixth issue of Brine pays homage to our Dark Lord Satan! 6 and 6 and 6! Enjoy a peek into the personal hell of a talk radio host named Dick Chipper! Note some of the more exotic Rocky Mountain-themed foods! Delve into the dark world of The Pizza and Pasta Foundation! Cover your life in runes! And so, so much more!
The fifth issue of Brine Weekly! Contains Gooble, Ding-A-Ling, Baby Baphomet, and Ad-Supported Erotica. Also significant in that it is the first (of 65) issues to be published in Brine's second year of life!
Brine's groundbreaking fourth issue, in which ground is...broken. See: The Mandatory Party! See: Sickly Peter, freshly risen from the dead! See: The Wizard's Pass! Listen to: Cat Show! Browse with vague disinterest: The Pickle Barrel!
Issue number three, undeniably the best so far, brings you at long-last the wonder that is Husky's! Also enjoy Uncle Jeffy, the curious case of a Mr. Zdondrich, what would happen if ants ruled the world, and an action-packed Pickle Barrel.
In an amazing feat of determination and comedy engineering, this second issue was published less than a year after the first! Featuring "America's Funniest Home Videos of Time Travel," "Kosovogue," "Mother Brand Vodka," "Junk Food Wine Pairings," and the family-friendly classic, "Fuck Daddy."
Brine's inaugural issue, an in-depth look into the role of dogs' bodies in contemporary society, from their brains to their teeth to their balls. Also featuring an introduction from the editor and the first installment of our reoccurring feature, The Pickle Barrel.