Dance Monkey: David Walsh of the Walsh Bros.

A formerly local comic in the hotseat
By SARA FAITH ALTERMAN  |  July 23, 2007

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What do you miss most about Boston?
The proximity of slutty teenagers in New Hampshire. And Chinese food.

What’s the strangest thing you’ve seen in LA so far?
Two brothers from Charlestown sharing a two-bedroom apartment with two gay black people and having none of their friends from home drop any homo or n-bombs.

Who would you say are your “sister” counterparts?
The “Gomez Sisters.” Two giggling chubby Puerto Ricans we met at a comedy show who taught us we have to scare someone at least once a day.

If you could trade places with President Bush, but only for 10 minutes, what would you do?
I’d force Cheney to go down on me and then shoot him in the face.

Which one of you is better in the sack?
Mom says I’m the best.

The walsh bros. | Comedy Studio, Cambridge | July 26, 8 pm | 617.661.6507 | “The Great and Secret Comedy Show” @ ImprovBoston, Cambridge | July 26, 10 pm | 617.576.1253
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