So after the riveting first post that hooked you to Bosh with Elaine and Josh, I am sure you are asking yourself some questions. “Who is Elaine?” “Who is Josh?” “Who are Elaine and Josh” “What does bosh even mean?” “Why am I not wearing pants right now?”

Well, my friend, while I cannot help you with the last question, I can begin to help you with the rest:

ELAINE is a seventeen year old Jewish girl who hates math. She has become bitter and jaded after working for minimum wage at a multiplex and can identify most dog breeds immediatley after seeing them. She has seen Elton John in concert and likes to read trashy memoirs and watch reruns of Queer as Folk on Logo.

JOSH is a sixteen year old Buddhist boy (who is often mistaken for a female on the phone). He has a 5.0 GPA and got fired from his first job. He is an avid crocheter and hypnotized himself to learn French quickly. He once went to a Halloween party as Uma Thurman from Kill Bill, and takes “genius pills” that his mom gives him.

ELAINE AND JOSH met in eighth grade when they both were taking the Yearbook class. They were placed in the same group and made a few shitty pages for the yearbook and spent the year making a video retrospective to be shown at the end-of-the-year banquet. They truly bonded when Elaine showed Josh the film Donnie Darko. Josh shared Pulp Fiction with Elaine, and since then they have spent there time finding other bizarre films to shock each other with. One of their favorite movies that they recommed to everyone they meet is The Man Who Fell to Earth. They pray to Tim Curry, and once drove two hours to see him interview John Landis (you can Wikipedia him if you don’t know who he is…like we didn’t. If you are unfamiliar with Tim Curry, we kindly ask you to leave this blog now.) They spend a lot of time at their favorite hangout, Santana’s Mexican Grill, and making short films about eggs.

BOSH, if you looked at the top of the page you would know means: something regarded as absurd; nonsense.

Have a lovely evening,

Elaine and Josh

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