VIDEO: When Your Whore Friend Gets Into a Relationship

VIDEO: When Your Whore Friend Gets Into a Relationship

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You should probably tattoo comedian Michael Henry’s name into your brain because his latest sketches show some real chops, enough to snag him an acting or touring gig. Become his fan now and you can say you knew her before she got famous.

Henry has a hilarious knack for playing up gay stereotypes in a way that shows just how ridiculous (and relatable) they really are. In his past sketches, he skwers ultra-judgey queens, desperate workplace crushes and gay men who are only into straight guys. The jokes are always ultra-dramatic and over the top, lingering on reaction shots and quick-fire banter.

His latest video, entitled “When your Whore friend gets into a Relationship” (above) captures that mm-hmm moment when a slutty pal suddenly becomes committed. After bumping into a long-absent friend, Henry blurts out, “Cut the shit. Where have you been?… We haven’t seen you anywhere!” And then proceeds to list a bunch of smutty hangouts including The Manhole, Muscle Factory and Cum Palace.

We won’t spoil any more laughs, but his co-comedians Drew Tarver and Zach Noe Towers add to the sketch’s appeal; Tarver is a regular performer with the Upright Citizen’s Brigade and Towers opens for some of Bob the Drag Queen’s live shows. Right now, Henry releases about two new sketches a month; we’ll be looking forward to the next batch.

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