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So I’m bringing up Julia Allison — I’m part of the problem. But Nomsociety, a parody of the Internet-famous celebrity dater’s new web series, makes it totally worthwhile. And I’m not just saying that because standing in for Julia and her team of gal pals are […]

So I’m bringing up Julia Allison — I’m part of the problem. But Nomsociety, a parody of the Internet-famous celebrity dater’s new web series, makes it totally worthwhile. And I’m not just saying that because standing in for Julia and her team of gal pals are some gentlemen with bad wigs and hairy, yet firm, calves:


Welcome To NomSociety from Richard Blakeley on Vimeo.

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  1. So not hitting play.

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  2. If you’re familiar with the Julia Allison zeitgeist, it’s actually a hilarious parody. You’re missing out, Jeffrey. :)

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  3. OMGLOLWTFKTHXBAI

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