Imperial Simcoe Slacker
Evil Twin Brewing
Despite his bitterness, lack of power and insuperable aversion to any over-the-counter labor - he kind of has a charming charisma, and perhaps he is even loveable. Somehow we find him unbelievable irresistible and stimulating because he is one of the few that masters the ability to effortlessly impress with wide-ranging conversation even though he was not even supposed to be here today.
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