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Resident expert Salmon Head provides his critique of contemporary masculinity (what an omega 3 twat) but the smell of revolution is in the air, manifested in the scent of a sauteed aubergine. Our heroes are about to unleash a tirade of utter blokiness, via broadway tunes and One Direction…
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