What the Birds-and-Bees Talk Looks Like in 2021
By The Editors
PlannedMan

If George Orwell or Kurt Vonnegut did comedy, it would be this skit of pitch-perfect ideology.

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It's called work for a reason; it's not always fun. Those who love their work can't deny the grind, the ground hog repetition. It's hard work. What makes work fun is putting your shoulder behind things that are worthy.
By Guy Shepperd

This is comedic art.

It’s the logic of our advanced, sexual-suicide moment—advanced just a bit—drawn out and giving human form to the illogical conclusion of its sacred pities.

Sadly, this is the ideal those who are in charge of teaching your kids—the “Birds & Bees” and then some—made hilariously real. This kid is the product of a Plan—just not ours!

If George Orwell or Kurt Vonnegut did comedy, it would be this skit of pitch-perfect ideology.

This guy playing the dropped-jaw father knows nothing—Arturo Castro is a genius—and fortunately there is more.

Check out Alternatino’s Auturo Castro on Comedy Central—see him playing the “World’s Worst Translator” below!

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