Sophie Buddle Stand-Up

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The Late Late Show with James Corden published this video item, entitled “Sophie Buddle Stand-Up” – below is their description.

Stand-up comedian Sophie Buddle entertains the Stage 56 with a set about the pros and cons of inquiring about your partner’s sexual fantasies, the silver lining for women they’re cheated on and why millennials are set up to be the best parents.

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