Jake Flores was born in Austin TX in a dumpster full of Chinese food after an old jacket had sex with another old jacket. The jackets named him Jake, after the fact that they were jackets. Then in 2007 he was in the finals of NBC's Stand Up For Diversity. He's has been doing stand up for slightly longer than the current booming glut of millennial iPhone wielding irony zealots so he feels a completely undeserved sense of superiority for being an android wielding sincerity zealot. He yelled a lot about his drinking problem and then in 2014 Stand Up Records! decided to secretly record one of his yelling sessions and it became an album called Humours (Stand Up! Records). It did pretty well so he moved to New York to start yelling at a professional level. The Jackets are very proud of him.
He's toured the country with the Altercation Punk Comedy Tour and has been seen onstage alongside comics including Greg Fitzsimmons, Tig Notaro, Jim Norton and Doug Stanhope, and on festivals including Fun Fun Fun and SXSW. Flores has contributed to Vice, Cracked and The New York Times, and has written for the YouTube channel Animeme Rap Battles; his tweets have been featured in Playboy and FunnyOrDie as well as on CNN. Currently, he's the creator and author of The New York Observer's hyper-cultural satire column, "A Millenial Reviews" and the host of a Mr Cleo, a podcast where he drinks and runs a psyhic hotline out of his apartment.