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06/29/2016 The Pain in my Ass or: How to Adult Downtown $10 - $19

Solomon Roberts is fresh out of school and looking to begin the next phase of his life. His parents expect him to continue his education, while his girlfriend expects him to plan for the future and settle down. Solomon is scared having all this pressure and responsibility on him, so he develops a desire to go travel the world. As he struggles to make a decision, he notices an odd hole around his tailbone. He learns that he has a pilonidal cyst, which can only be removed through surgery. Solomon undergoes the procedure, but the unexpectedly long recovery time leaves makes him worry that his life is stagnating. Solomon feels totally left behind when he learns his brother is getting married and already expecting a child by the end of the year!

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