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310: Full Body Diaper

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Brent's got an issue and it's poo related, just so you know. Doug and Brent talk about symbols, plastic surgery, and popping pimples. And of course, they listen to some voice messages from the Pound Pimples. So actually, they also pop some Pimples in a different sort of way as well, don't they?

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