Not so fresh
Staffer 1: Did you see this thing about Andrew W.K.?
Staffer 2: You mean the Brony thing?
Staffer 1: The Brony thing?
Staffer 2: The time he went and talked to adults who love My Little Pony.
Staffer 1: Oh, no. He’s now a spokesperson Playtex.
Staffer 2: Tampons?
Annals of Correction
Here’s something to make your Thursday a little more uncomfortable: performer Andrew W. K., no stranger to stunts, has declared himself an official Brony and will be speaking at a panel in September called “What Would Pinkie Pie Do?”
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