Our Mission

DoucheChillz About Page

DoucheChillz.com seeks to induce collective embarrassment for the people, by the people on a regular basis across a variety of media.


To experience DoucheChillz is to experience humanity iorder papers onlinen the most visceral way. When something gives you DoucheChillz, it is often embarrassing by means of some combination of the annoying, douchey, lame, awkward, or creepy…and yet none of those words tell the whole story. In fact, the failure of language is demonstrative of DoucheChillz nature. DoucheChillz are born of some unknown alchemy of douche that bypasses the language centers completely, leaving us shuddering and speechless. We find ourselves alternately attracted and repelled, spent and titillated by what we have witnessed.

Things like horrific social gaffs and catastrophic attempts at humor are our bread and butter here, and we hope you find them equally nourishing.exciting topics for presentation

Your Role

You are invited to join in on the journey by contributing materials that you find douchechillian so that our collection of chillz might grow vast and varied, relevant and reflective of our evolving world. We hope you will encourage friends and neighbors to do the same.


Embarrassment for the people.

Meet Our Doucheologists

DoucheChillz contributors: tom mccaffrey, greg johnson, dan goodman


DoucheChillz is thrilled to feature the work of a variety of comedians. Please meet our current regular contributors. Tom McCaffrey is a stand up comedian. He will be presenting classic… More


Comedian Jacqueline Novak

Jacqueline Novak is a stand-up comedian based in New York City.  Get yourself her debut comedy album, released in 2014 at #2 on iTunes, Quality Notions. Only you can make… More

Hilarious stand up comedian Chris Laker recording a podcast

Comedian Chris Laker

“I make less money than you but Iessay topic idea also don’t wake up before noon or work more than 3 hours in a row. So enjoy your cubicle and I’ll… More


What exactly are Douchechillz?

Douchechillz are the curiously uncomfortable sensation of second-hand embarrassment. They can be evoked by witnessing something that’s douchey, lame, awkward, corny, or even creepy.

What do douchechillz mean to you? Submit a photo, vote in a poll, or comment on a post to let us know.

Are DoucheChillz bad?

No, they’re fun! Particularly for people who find pleasure in the uncomfortable: people who engage carnival barkers in conversation, pause their channel surfing for questionable local ‘event’ coverage, and frequent community theater productions.

Douchechillz can serve as useful evolutionary signposts. When something gives you douchechillz it usually suggests someone or something — or humanity in general — is responsible.

Where are the rest of the FAQ’s?

We haven’t been FA’d that many Q’s yet, but for now, why not enjoy the FAQ page of that actor Jeremy Sumpter and find out the pressing issues on the minds of Sumpter-maniacs.

Wait. Who is Jeremy Sumpter?

Jeremy played the great douchechilling domestic abuse victim turned Grade A jerk, J.D. McCoy, on Friday Night Lights.

Why are you sending us to Jeremy Sumpter’s website?

We love Jeremy’s acting work but are even more in awe of his choice in web design.

JD McCoy's Jeremy Sumpter - website

It was good in 1998 and it’s good now.  Stick with what works.

What are some of DoucheChillz.com’s favorite FAQ’s from JD – I mean – Jeremy’s website?

See following FAQ’s.