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People are tweeting questions for Peter @serafinowicz to answer. (as of March 27 at 21:57 UTC)
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Every so often British comedian Peter Serafinowicz answers questions from his Twitter followers.
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People are tweeting questions for Peter @serafinowicz to answer.
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