Amy Schumer’s hilarious rock-climbing video is something we can all relate to

Our favorite comedian and feminist, Amy Schumer, has never been afraid of being “real” about her body with her fans. She’s open and honest (and hilarious) about her body image, which is so refreshing. She also has a way of making every day adventures super entertaining, and Amy’s latest rock climbing Instagram video does not disappoint.

Captioning her Instagram post “127 Seconds,” Amy Schumer is making a loose (and darkly comedic) comparison to the James Franco movie. ICYMI, the movie was a retelling of the story of Aron Ralston, who fell between boulders when he was hiking alone in Utah. Trapped for five days, Ralston amputated his own arm to escape.

Now, clearly Amy Schumer’s own rock climbing story is a great deal shorter and much, much more amusing.

Amy was rock climbing in Denver, Colorado and clearly having a blast:

Earlier this week, Amy was one of many celebrity baseball fans who celebrated the Cubs’ amazing World Series win earlier this week. Pictured with her boyfriend, Ben Hanisch, Amy posted:

"My brother and sister have lived in chi for 10 years each and my man is from there and rooting for the @cubs together has been one of the greatest times of my life. I went wrigley for the first time 20 years ago and fell in love with it."

When she’s not making hilarious jokes or celebrating baseball, Amy Schumer is begging people to vote.

In a video posted on I Will Vote, Amy pled:

“Your voting history is public record. It doesn’t say who you voted for, but it says if you voted at all. Your decision to vote or not is obviously up to you, but judging you for that decision could be up to the internet, and everyone has access to that.

So she’s able to make us laugh and inspire us to be good citizens. She can literally do anything.

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