In Obese Child #30, Gregory goes back to his childhood to talk about Halloween. He expounds upon his love of the TV show Stranger Things, comments on how Halloween has become the “Atheist Christmas,” and most importantly talks about the secret binging tricks he would employ during this sacrosanct day.
Obese Child #30
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Can you relate to Obese Child #30?