Amy Schumer: Growing
Comedy • 2019 • 1 hr 1 min
Her only real humor is “I’m fat and proud”
I'd rather blow my knees out with a shotgun than watch this ever again.
Nothing she will ever do or say will ever come close to making me even have a faint smirk. She's a disgusting human being.
All the same recycled and stolen jokes as before.
I rather stick my head in a toilet bowl full of turds and blow bubbles, than watch this obnoxious pig 🐷
Still pretty solid but felt dirty comedy for a family, that ain’t me
Watched it all the way through without laughing. Horrible.
Not her best but not her worst either I feel like she is declining.
Why is she trying to be funny. just dont your not funny and will never be .
I'd rather be waterboarded with bleach than watch another 10 minutes of this trash.
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