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HAWP: Mmmmmmmmm! Apple juice!


4:00 AM on 06.29.2013



Papa Burch is the best father ever. He supports... nay... encourages his children to do what feels right to them. Including getting completely smashed on daddy's special "apple juice."

This episode of Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'? is about Dear Esther, Burch family picnic edition. And speaking of picnics, that park is depressing. It reminds me of the nuke scene from Terminator 2. F*ckin' Arizona desert.

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