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Another month come and gone: April 2011 in photos

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It seems like just a couple of days ago we were making out the rent check for April, and next thing we know, it's already time to pay rent again and we hardly remember anything we did in the last thirty days, mostly because we were drunk the whole time. Luckily, we had a whole crew of dedicated photographers to record those memories for us -- and apparently, our month involved a whole lot of craziness, including people dressed up in elaborate Snuggies, people dressed up as baseball players, people dressed up as superheroes and the most pungent haze of weed smoke we've seen since we converted an industrial humidifier into a bong. Check out some of our favorites here, and see the full slide-show for more! See the full slide-show! See the full slide-show!

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