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Comedian reenacts having sex with his high school bully’s dad in a hilarious revenge fantasy

Josh Milton February 2, 2020
Comedian Nathan Pearson became the hero we need but do not deserve for posting a skit about a gay man hooking-up with his high school bully's dad. (Screen capture via YouTube)

Comedian Nathan Pearson became the hero we need but do not deserve for posting a skit about a gay man hooking-up with his high school bully's dad. (Screen capture via YouTube)

‘Your mum’ jokes are a staple of playground culture, but one comedian took the jab pretty literally in a sketch that has gone viral on YouTube.

Albeit, with a slight twist.

Queer comic Nathan Pearson performed ‘Guy f**ks his bully’s dad’ at New York’s Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre on January 16, as part of the ‘Characters Welcome’ solo monologue showcase.

But the full clip dropped last week and quickly tallied nearly 600,000 views since.

Comedian Nathan Pearson becomes poster boy of revenge fantasies.

In the routine, Pearson, based in Brooklyn, New York, plays the role of David. He strolls onto the stage in a neon orange t-shirt from Miami University and short-shorts.

Otherwise called the gay agenda.

He shortly bumps into his old high school bully because he’s in his house. But why?

“I f**ked your dad last night,” he snidely says while eating cereal.

“No, seriously, I broke your dad in half.”

The audience, as they are legally obligated to, fizzle into a frenzy of laughter.

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TFW you fuck your high school bully’s dad

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He continued: “I can’t believe I’m in your house eating cereal, the same house where your dad loves eating my a**.”

After posting a clip of the showcase on his Instagram, Pearson’s performance saw hundreds of users praise him as well as share their own experiences of childhood bullies.

“My high school bully was a girl,” commented one user.

“She recently was in the front row of one of my drag shows. I threw her a little shade during my performance.

“At first she was smiling. Then her face changed and she had no idea who I was.”

More: comedy, MyPinkNews Content, Nathan Pearson, New York

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