“When we’re insecure and we gained some weight what do we do? She then answered “No you alcoholics, you date a black guy.” Kerdija Henry, a senior anthropology major said “The red hair girl, I didn’t get her name, she was the funniest!
I’ll give you a hint it starts with a D,” Aquilino asked the crowd. ” Jessimae Peluso, also from “Girl Code” was second to hit the stage dancing to Chris Brown’s “Turn Up the Music.” In her introductory joke she commented on the amount of grass in Florida.
I’m not going to sit here and pretend like we all don’t want that ride or die mate.
But perhaps, if you are running into women who aren’t interested in dating you due to your financial status, maybe you should work on becoming a bit more stable in that department.
FAU students came out to the Carol and Barry Kaye auditorium to see the anticipated “Girl/Guy Code” comedy show hosted by FAU Program Board on Thursday, Mar. where the identities of the performers were revealed.
The event has been in planning since the summer and according to the event coordinator and Chair of Program Board Aheem Edwards, it took about a month and a half to prepare the contracts for the three comedians who performed: Carly Aquilino, Jessimae Peluso and Damien Lemon.
The best part of her act was when she said centimeter wrong and a few students near the front corrected her. “As women theres so much maintenance, we’re like a broken down car that you have to fix up every day,” said Peluso.