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Aziz Ansari, Gabriel Iglesias, and "Show Me Your Genitals" Guy Set for South Beach Comedy Festival

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For those of you who think, Women are stupid and I don't respect them -- that's right, I just have sex with them, you'll be pleased to know there are no solo female comics lined up for this year's South Beach Comedy Festival. Oh, and Jon Lajoie, the guy who wrote those lyrics for his hit YouTube video "Show Me Your Genitals," will also perform.

Set for January 21-23, Comedy Central's yearly trip to SoBe will also feature XXXL Hawaiian-shirt-wearer Gabriel Iglasias, Parks and Rec star Aziz Ansari, former Man Show replacement Joe Rogan, and comic-turned-blogger-turned-comedic-blog-performer Mike Birbiglia.

Miami's own Mad Cat Theatre Company will also be showcased in conjunction with the Miami Light project.

Tickets start at $25 and are available now, and as a special bonus, the festival continues to remain 100 percent Jeff Dunham-free!

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