Margaret Cho Sex-Texts Her Mom

Ms. Cho's show at the Velveeta Room was short but sweeeet. And brown.

Margaret Cho Sex-Texts Her Mom
photo by KXM

Last night when Margaret Cho took the stage at the Velveeta Room, we thought were ready, but honestly, we weren't ready! Although the set was unnaturally clipped, the folks at the Velveeta Room were movin' the acts through, Cho played three songs and did some traditional stand-up as well. Our favorite moment? A sex-text message sent, by accident, to her mom. Lots of jokes on the multiple meanings of "come" ensued.

Enjoy one of the selections Margaret Cho played "Eat Shit and Die" below*

*video not from the SXSW Velveeta Room performance

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