Jake Sharon Cuss Meter

Hi!  I'm Jake!
Crap. I am about to have an awful consequence for all the times I have cussed.

I am trying not to use swear words.  As a stand-up comedian who has also had extensive customer service experience, I have used more swear words than most people.  Most customers are good people who know how to politely get what they want.  Some people are trash- like Donald Trump, but poor.  They make you want to speak only in grunts and profanities.  They should be called Cusstomers. Hey-o!

I am trying to improve myself. I am keeping  Since August 7, 2016, I have used apps made by IFTTT to keep track of the times I have cussed.  Every time the number of times I have cussed reaches the next 100, something bad happens.

5 Steps to Smell Better in the New Year

Greenville comedian Jake Sharon
Greenville cat Oprah Sharon
Hi!  I'm Jake!

Happy New Year, adults, children, and equestrians! Happy New Year, humans, aliens, zoo animals and office supply store employees!

Every year, we set resolutions on how we will better our lives. This next year, let's endeavour to better the lives of the people around us.

Below are five steps to smell better in the new year:

The NATO Phonetic Alphabet

Hi!  I'm Jake!

Learning is important. If you don't know that, you have a lot to learn.


life before the NATO Phonetic Alphabet
In the mid 1900s, the U.S. Navy, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and The Police got together for a big pow wow.

Everybody was complaining that reading their serial numbers off to tech support was just too difficult.  Tech support friends would hear a "B" when you meant to say a "V." It was a real pain in the "D."

So, the U.S. Navy, NATO, and The Police created the NATO Phonetic Alphabet.  That way instead of saying "C, as in Commie," and "D, as in Deez Nuts," you could say Charlie or Delta. The NATO Phonetic Alphabet is wonderful and helpful and efficient.


Unfortunately, all the letters in the NATO Phonetic Alphabet are just too dang hard to remember.  So, I made a video to help you remember the NATO Phonetic Alphabet. That video is below.