So, here we are again. I volunteered to do the write up of another awesome Communitoid episode, and I put it off for days before I got around to it. Either the rest of the cast is super patient, or even lazier than me.
This week we were blessed by the appearance of Alasdair Duncan (Ali D) as we talked about all sorts of crazy stuff. Seriously, things got a bit weird this time around. I talk about my very specific rules for having sex in a fursuit, Aaron gives us the most informative description of a song ever, Jo essentially tells us her family's Christmas tradition is better than ours, and Ali brags about his new super computer while monologuing in the rain about toast. Yeah. That's exactly what happened, you can trust me.
This episode came out a bit later than we had planned, so if you hear the Price is Right loser sound, it means the contests or events we mentioned have already passed. I award you no points, and may god have mercy on your soul.
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