Be Careful When You Ask Strangers For Favors Because This Might Happen

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsA few times a week, after the work whistle blows (we do have a work whistle, it’s fucking annoying, and it also blows whenever someone leaves the room to take a dump) I do a few stand up sets. Nothing big, just open mics. On my long ride home on the train (when shit like this doesn’t happen) I screw around on Twitter. (FOLLOW ME!)

If I’m really bored I’ll do a broke ass version of a Reddit AMA. I just like to bullshit. It’s simple to fire off answers to a handful of questions from my small number of followers. Last night, however, things got a little insane.

To fuck with me, BroTips retweeted my “ask me anything” appeal. If you’re unfamiliar with BroTips, they’ve got over 650K followers on Twitter and now have a home on the BroBible website.

The questions came firing at me from all sides and I couldn’t just “not answer” because I’m the moron who started the whole thing. Here are some of my favorite questions from last night with the quickest answer that popped into my head. 

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Eventually I got off the train and turned my phone off. No one wants to hear that much from me anyway.

So the moral of this story is be careful what you ask for, check out the new BroTips section on BroBible, and submit a BroTip of your own and you just might see it on the website.

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