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Matt Furie

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Page 45 Review by Stephen

"My bad."

Rarely have I found a pull quote which sums up the whole so succinctly.

Andy, Bretty, Pepe and Landwolf share a flat and a proud penchant for fast food, slow digestion, regurgitation, other-end excretion, video games and psychotropic ganja. Accidents will happen - except most of these aren't accidents.

There will be many melting faces as the hit takes hold, and a plenty of trips to the toilet to perform, photograph and then finally freeze one enormous faecal trophy. Never let it be said that I leave you ill-prepared. That's not the only trousers-down performance, either. Inhibitions are overrated, aren't they?

There are no inhibitions here.

I pretty much cracked all my weed jokes when reviewing Simon Hanselmann's MEGG AND MOSS IN AMSTERDAM set in a similarly transgressive household, and if you lapped that up you'll love this too, though you may want to wash your tongue afterwards.

That review was far more fulsome and is a fair reflection of what you'll find here except there are no dissenting voices - the dudes are as one, revelling in their physical pleasures, although there are limits.

"No pants, no chance."

Otherwise it's pure, undiluted glee.

I wish the back-cover blurb hadn't referred to the Muppets because I wanted to make that comparison too. It's especially evident in the mouths and tongues. I would suggest "What if Fozzie Bear was a delinquent" but he was, wasn't he?

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