As Asking For A Friend celebrates the dizzying heights of a 25th issue, it seems as though some of the biggest names in the world of whistleblowing are now taking an interest. But we'll leave that one to Mitch to explain a little later on. This week sees no change - if it's broke, don't fix it - and once more there are plenty of wonderful questions for you to delve through. Let's kick off with our above feathered friend;
Anyone want to buy an authentic taxidermied mythical Griffin? Asking for a friend.
Is it safe to burn a spider next to a petrol pump? Asking for a div.
Anyone fancy joining me on an Ayahuasca retreat? Asking for a friend.
Anyone want to buy an authentic Star Wars stormtrooper outfit? Asking for a friend.
Anyone fancy having a romantic meal at my place? Asking for a friend.
If your secret garden has been discovered, should you ring the police and ask them to leave it alone? Asking for a friend.
Is it illegal to have a cocaine fuelled wank in a pub garden? Asking for a friend.
Is it wrong to photocopy tinned spaghetti in a public library? The lady is saying it is. Asking for a friend.
If you're always off your head on bourbon and drugs, should you start wearing these? Asking for a friend.
Do 30 foot giants still exist? Asking for a friend.
Do I suit a top knot? Asking for Donald.
How much money would you need to become Batman? Asking for a friend.
If you drop two Hula Hoops into a coffee, how does it turn it into a magic owl? Asking for a friend.
Do you know who I am? Asking for Ronnie Pickering.
Anybody want to buy a second hand Tuggie? Asking for a friend.
Are man braids a thing now? Asking for a friend.
Does NSA whistleblower Ed Snowden read my posts? Asking for myself.
Mitch Davis can be found running Numb Magazine among other things.
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