Some find Emo difficult to watch: the way he contorts his face and his body are just so … Emo. He’s unique and so, difficult to categorize. But I really enjoy his humour; I find it very intelligent and incredibly funny. Watching him perform with that crazy, undulating body and serious face full of wonder, it is a challenge to keep from identifying with him as a child. Yet his one-liners are so adult and preposterous and finish in so unexpected a way (check them out here or here). You could always check him out on YouTube (there or there.
If wishes were horses
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