Whuddafug

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<p><b>Whuddafug</b> is written and published by [[Anthony Abelaye]]. It is a touching, inspirational zine which focuses on the psychological cravings of one-armed menopausal women. As of this writing (July 2006), issues 2 and 2.5 are about to hit the streets. Copies can be found in various locations throughout the downtown San Francisco area, parts of Berkeley and Fremont, California -- dive-bars, deli/markets, two-bit coffee shops, and laundromats -- wherever you might find weirdos hanging around with a lot of free time and nothing better to do than read some zine that's published only sporadically. Or you can just browse to the [http://www.whuddafug.com official website] like any other well-informed, Internet-connected, iPod-sporting hipster doofus and order a copy directly from the source. Hii-ya!!!  
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<p><b>Whuddafug</b> is written and published by [[Anthony Abelaye]]. It is a touching, inspirational zine which focuses on the psychological cravings of one-armed menopausal women. As of this writing (July 2006), issues 2 and 2.5 are about to hit the streets. Copies can be found in various locations throughout the downtown San Francisco area, parts of Berkeley and Fremont, California -- dive-bars, deli/markets, two-bit coffee shops, and laundromats -- wherever you might find weirdos hanging around with a lot of free time and nothing better to do than read some zine that's published only sporadically. Or you can just browse to the [http://www.whuddafug.com official website] like any other well-informed, Internet-connected, iPod-sporting hipster dude and order a copy directly from the source. Hii-ya!!!  
==External Links==
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Revision as of 03:00, 18 July 2006

Whuddafug is written and published by Anthony Abelaye. It is a touching, inspirational zine which focuses on the psychological cravings of one-armed menopausal women. As of this writing (July 2006), issues 2 and 2.5 are about to hit the streets. Copies can be found in various locations throughout the downtown San Francisco area, parts of Berkeley and Fremont, California -- dive-bars, deli/markets, two-bit coffee shops, and laundromats -- wherever you might find weirdos hanging around with a lot of free time and nothing better to do than read some zine that's published only sporadically. Or you can just browse to the official website like any other well-informed, Internet-connected, iPod-sporting hipster dude and order a copy directly from the source. Hii-ya!!!

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