UK broadcaster, Channel 4, asked Aussie comedian Ryan Shelton to make life a little easier.
The result is 'How To Life', which is a three part short form web comedy series which follows Shelton as he turns his unusual everyday life experiences into "even unusualer life lessons", as he puts it.
"Over the last decade, more and more everyday people are teaching us how to live our lives," Shelton told The Huffington Post Australia.
"It's a fascinating trend. And then when Mr Trumble was elected, I just assumed people must really be into egotistical sociopaths that know everything. So here I am! Ready to educate the world on life!"
You might have heard of Shelton from (working on) such shows as Rove, The Wrong Girl and Hamish & Andy's Gap Year. The eps themselves cover important lessons such as How To Lie, How To French Kiss, and How To Escape Boring Conversations.
The production is a first time collaboration between Aussie production companies Radio Karate (Hamish & Andy's Gap Year) and Princess Pictures (It's a Date), who have joined forces with UK company Objective Fiction (Peep Show, Toast of London) to produce the new comedy series.
How to Life is available in Australia from February 10 on the Blaps Playlist on YouTube.
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