Jay Yaws

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Jay is but a man: portly, nerdy, and bearded. He longs to love like Jesus, play a mean bass guitar, and be a good husband and daddy. One day, people will sing songs about the time he put his fried egg on top of his pancakes. Man, that was delicious.

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