Lexa Graham

Lexa Graham is a Toronto comedian and writer with a Master’s degree in Engineering. She has written for Reductress, CBC Comedy, and has also had her research published in The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering. You can catch her in Toronto every week hosting and producing Hard Day Comedy, a female-forward stand up show.

Latest from Lexa Graham

COURT REPORT

Supreme Court transcript: Olivia's Friends v Olivia's Crush on Jason

The facts of the case.
DOWN THE CHUTE

Woman fined by Environment Canada for dumping toxic boyfriend

The dumping incident took place inside a Kelsey’s restaurant, which was evacuated after several witnesses fell ill from inhaling the fumes.
HE COULDN'T REFUSE

Mafia mom still does adult son's money laundering

When Karen Tollini’s son Christopher comes home for Sunday dinner, she spoils him with homemade pasta, bottomless wine, and by passing his illegal income through a complex web of shell companies for him.
SO BRAVE

Heroic woman still finds boyfriend attractive after meeting his hot older brother

A woman is being lauded as a national hero after meeting her boyfriend’s smokeshow older brother and still managing to find her boyfriend attractive.
TECHNOLOGY

Google Maps adds 'Avoid Exes' route option

Stephanie Williams, the intern who pitched the idea, was inspired after unexpectedly bumping into her ex Alex, a freelance skateboarder.
INTERNET

After gruelling 36-hour delivery, couple names new wi-fi network after Rogers guy

“It was love at first signal,” said Morgan, “and when Kevin asked us if we wanted to keep the default name or pick one ourselves, we looked at each other and just knew."
WHOOPS

Couple unknowingly celebrates Family Day after wild Valentine's Day sex

Unbeknownst to them, a Toronto couple’s Family Day weekend activities have heightened significance after their drunk, unprotected Valentine’s Day sex.

Woman plans one last vacation with her good years

She knows this cruise will be the last chance for her good years to go wild before they’re brutally euthanized by society’s beauty standards for women.

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