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Indaaay...

By Gibbs22manila @gibbscadiz
“Silliness is an assertion of youthfulness... the vulgarity, the noise, the glorious gossamer folderol are all a bold and fierce declaration of life.” -- John Lahr
Akshuli, no pretentious quotes needed. Just watch the video below--all the way to the end, okay? You CAN'T miss the mad twist. The performance has made it to noontime TV--in truncated form, with the hosts braying annoyingly on the side--but this is the complete, unexpurgated concept. It's beyond bizarre, it's brilliant. Whoever you are in the vid--pota ka, amvongga!



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