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In which John talks about boy-girl friendships and how they are often romanticized. The Swoodilypoopers play Sheffield Wed.

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Hello, and welcome to hankgames without Hank, my name is John Green, I'm the manager of the Swindon Town Swoodilypoopers, who today are starting John Green and Leroy Williamson up front. Bald John Green just came to check in on the team, you know, he can't officially come to the grounds, so we came to him. Everybody from the old Swoodilypoopers - Leroy Williamson, Other John Green, myself, Merrick Maric was there, One Size Fitz Hall, Ginger Rampage - we all had coffee together, it was great; he's doing great. He's having a hell of a season at Barcelona, where he is an absolute star, and we're proud of him, and he's also making 200,000 bucks a week, so great! I mean, does it sting? Of course it stings, but you know, that's football.

So, today I'm going to talk about friendships between boys and girls, and how they are often romanticized, and how there is an assumption that men and women cannot be friends, as you have have heard in the movie When Harry Met Sally, of you are one of the six people who watch the Swoodilypoopers who is over the age of 25. Introduce yourself in comments, six of you! Just kidding, you don't have YouTube channels.

Oh no! Such bad defense! We've got the gingers in the central defense again - I tried it out with One Size Fitz Hall, and it just was not going well, though to be fair, it's not going well either!... Everything is fine.

So one of my closest friends is my friend Shannon. We've been friends since college, but we've been really close friends since maybe two years after college, when my... the long-term relationship I was in with my college girlfriend was ending. And Shannon was like, you know, the person who would come and like bring me crackers so that I didn't starve to death, lying on the linoleum floor of my refrigerator-less one-bedroom apartment that I had once shared with this girl who had now left me for another boy, whom we went to college with. Oh, it was messy. Anyway, nice girl, married that boy, they are very happy, he is a very nice guy, it all worked out fine. But, you know, at the time, it was a stinger. (2:09)