Garfunkel and Oates's new music video is about much more than virginity

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  • Garfunkel and Oates are back! Watch their music video for "The Loophole," a catchy little ditty about fifth base, and virginity, and religion, and Catholic school, and the Bible, and shellfish, and lots more. (NSFW lyrics! Also some dry-humping.)
  • And go ask Kate and Riki anything in their Reddit AMA.

The whole thing is worth it for Kate Micucci's sex face.


 

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