On Monday, we announced that two of our favorite dapperQ comedians, Drae Campbell and Robin Cloud, have released a new series, BENCHES, which is absolutely hysterical. The episode “The Elevator” addresses that pesky genderqueer elevator awkwardness – with humor, of course: You can follow the BENCHES series on Youtube here.
Two of our favorite dapperQ comedians, Drae Campbell and Robin Cloud, have released a new series, BENCHES, that will have you rolling! This week, dapperQ will be featuring the first couple of episodes on our site: Check back on Thursday for more hilariousness…
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