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Shoot Lasers Out of Your Nipples

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I never claimed to be mature therefore it's ok for me to be a massive fan of Pale Force , as featured on Late Night With Conan O'Brien. The animated series is voiced and concepted by comedian extraordinaire, Jim Gaffigan, and features both himself and an extremely wussified Conan in all of their sickly pale and semi-nude glory. Other than the TV airings you can watch the series online to be fully up to speed - this week the show is offering the chance for 3 folks to be included as part of a Pale Force episode if you can explain why you should be in the show in 50 words or less. Personally, I don't know how I could possibly edit my response down to that but I'm going to try. If only I could put out fires with my nipple lasers.

Contest entry page is HERE

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