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Bwog’s Week in Review: Mustaches, Sex, and Vampires

Jeffrey Sachs and Gawker partied hard with Bwoggers. Grandpa Munster couldn’t make it. Well, even without his help, we may get some action, and from a sweet-smelling gentile, no less!

-Do you remember that huge fockin’ blizzard? We forgot until we saw a giant phallus in the snow. Seriously. God knows how this traumatized impressionable, star-shaped children.

-If you’re ever locked in Carman, you can always watch homo-erotic Star Trek montages.

Fascism and attractive, fourth tier celebrities are integral to Columbia life. Third-tier, mustachioed celebrities are a bit out of our league.

-Butler librarians are definitively sexy. And if CLIO can’t help us find the clitoris, Gothamist appears more than willing.

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  • Sweet-Smelling Gentile says:

    @Sweet-Smelling Gentile Check your mailbox.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous This girl is creepy.

  • mark says:

    @mark i take offense to that, taylor is definitely not creepy

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