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Bwog Video: British People Read Bwog Comments

In the first installment of Bwog’s new video series, Bwog Britons Alex Sabel (younger brother to Bwog editor emeritus Claire Sabel) and Natalie Robehmed class up some (in)famous Bwog comments.

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11 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous NOT FUNNY

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous au contraire

  • wow he really looks like claire says:

    @wow he really looks like claire .

  • WE OUT HERE says:

    @WE OUT HERE s/o to natrobe killin it all day

  • Awesome. says:

    @Awesome. Fuckin awesome.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Audio interference and bad timing editing cuts detract from humor. Sloppy Bwog!

    1. bwog critic says:

      @bwog critic I concur.

  • word says:

    @word I respect this

  • move over masterpiece classics says:

    @move over masterpiece classics downton abbey who?

  • Rega says:

    @Rega HAHA! Natalie is the best person!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous NATALIE IS THE BEST EVER.

    also horse porn? wtf, man.

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