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The Single Life

Comedian finds himself flummoxed by fitted sheets.


Cincinnati-bred stand-up Josh Sneed is enjoying the single life. "My old girlfriend was noisy and bulimic," he says. "I was always going, 'Honey, keep it down.'" Still, Sneed, a former Procter & Gamble systems analyst (who has a Comedy Central special premiering later this year), says that he's looking for someone special — but she has to know how to fold a fitted sheet. "I've tried every way to fold it," he says. "Finally, I just roll it into a ball and put it in the closet until I need it."
Tue., Sept. 26, 8 p.m.

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