Gabe loves fan fiction. You Can Make It Up features his own personal alternate adventures starring some of our favorite characters.
[Originally posted on September 1st, 2011.] Kevin Bacon was so tired of being famous and he wanted to see what it was really like to be a regular guy going about his day without being constantly…   Read Story »
It was quiet, almost too quiet, as Hugh Jackman walked towards the seemingly abandoned warehouse at the edge of town, no noises except his boots scraping against gravel, the occasional dog barking in…   Read Story »
Mark Wahlberg and some piece of shit hanger-on that he always hangs around with were doing crunches and burpees and dips in Mark Wahlberg's mansion's basement gym at 3AM on a Tuesday morning. The…   Read Story »
Ben and Cam get coffee at Grumpy coffee and walk around the Lower East Side wearing their new line of Crisp jeans. Someone says "Yo, are those Crisp jeans?" and Ben and Cam fist bump each other. It's…   Read Story »
Charlize Theron hefted her backpack onto her slender shoulders and set her face into a brave mask. Each morning, she solemnly reminded herself that no matter how bad it got out there, she would…   Read Story »
Ryan Gosling barely even noticed as a rotten head of lettuce smashed into his face and slopped onto the ground. The taunting shouts of the neighborhood children fell on deaf ears. There was a time…   Read Story »
Kevin Bacon was so tired of being famous and he wanted to see what it was really like to be a regular guy going about his day without being constantly recognized by strangers, so he put on his…   Read Story »
"I now call this brainstorming session to ohdah!" Donnie Wahlberg shouted, banging his fist on the table. "Shaddup, Donnie," Mark said. The wastepaper basket was FULL of wastepaper. Everyone…   Read Story »
Bert absently watched the smoke rising off of the lit cigarette that dangled on the edge of the bathtub and then looked down to see a nugget of gray ash fall off the tip and disperse in the now…   Read Story »
Alex Trebek put his underwear on and took one last look in the tiny, cracked hand mirror that hung in his locker. It was hard to believe that come tomorrow he wouldn't be putting on his underwear in…   Read Story »