Genre: Drama, Short

Great ones.

What a nice bunch this year.

Where was I?

They'll help you during your rush week,

which will end when you hear this:

For real?

When you hear Yeah.

Then and only then

are you no longer rookies.

In the meantime, we're counting on you.

Make us proud.

We'll show you the way.


Longest wait ever for an open bar.

What is it?

Wait your turn.

Is it meat?

Rabbit kidney.

Better not to know.

I'm a vegetarian, I can't eat that.

Ask my sister,

our family's veggie.

-Who's your sister?


No shit.

-Alex? Come here a sec.


-You vegetarian?

-No. Why?

She your sister?

Call my parents if you don't trust me.

Are you serious?

It's nothing. Everybody does it.

So eat hers, then.

I ate mine last year.

That's why I'm here now.

Go on, eat it.

See? Easy.

Open up.

You'll be happy you did it.

Don't start the year by chickening out.

They're watching.

Maybe not all animals,

but monkeys.

It comes from them.

Do you think a monkey can get AIDS today?

If you treat a monkey

in a zoo or African reserve,

are you as careful as a doctor

doing normal surgery?

No clue.

Why are you thinking about this shit?

Take a guy who wants to f*ck a monkey.

The theory is AIDS started that way.

If a guy wants to f*ck a monkey today,

should he use a condom?

I'm eating, man!

Don't talk about fucking monkeys.

Did wolves raise you?

What do I care?

Cuz I f*ck monkeys or have AIDS?

What the f*ck.

OK, sorry.

It was a valid question.

They only ate the monkey.

The rest was made up.

Who'd be so sick

he'd rape an animal?

Lots of people.

Legally, I'm not sure

"monkey rape" exists.

Sure it does.

Animals have rights.

The monkey won't turn

anorexic and see a therapist.

It's not the same.

Monkeys are self-aware.

They see themselves,

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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