Do you have what it takes to be a Seeso stand-up comedian?

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What does it take to be a stand-up comedian on Seeso? Blood, sweat, tears, and a very grand sense of self-loathing. Seeso's specially picked comedians are not just a bunch of hokey stand-ups with a microphone — they're as weird and dark as it gets. Think you have what it takes to be one of them? Answer these five questions.

1. How's your bathroom aim?

2. Are you just a little bit weird-looking?

3. Are you an equal opportunity offender?

4. Are you pro-erection?

5. Are you a pickle-flicker?

Yes? Congratulations, you have the stamina and madman viewpoint to make it as a Seeso stand-up comedian.

The first annual "12-Week Stand-Up Streaming Fest" on Seeso is running through January 5, and you can find all of Seeso's stand-up specials and series here.

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