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Existential Boys Night Out, Part 3

Today the boys try and find a way to tackle the existential crisis through the medium of contemporary pop. For those that are interested, the song in this week’s episode does exist, whether it will ever come to melodic and performative fruition is something I still don’t know. I think the main thing I’ve learnt this week is that if a girl isn’t paying you any attention, don’t throw a cupcake at her head, always ask her what her favourite flavour is beforehand.

 

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  1. This comic really brightened me up, thank you so much!

    Evan Osborne 19th December 2012 at 8:05 pm

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