We start off talking about overbites and big gums which then leads to trying to figure out what the face taint area is called, which we then find out is a Cupid’s Bow dimple. Nhat tries to “Yang” a Craiglist buyer. Tony wants to go into business 3D printing vaginas.
Intro Song of the Week:
“I Am Ahab” – Mastodon
Featured Song of the Week:
“The Diary Of Jane (Acoustic)” – Breaking Benjamin
We start off talking about how slow Tony’s brain works, how small talk is uncomfortable and possibly joining a spore club but having to pay a steep price for getting in. Tony worries that his head will be disproportionately large in comparison to his body if he loses weight. Other topics include slug sex, birds that chirp-complain, fighting squirrels, and mice choking other mice.
We start out talking about Nhat’s 3D printer and all of the useless crap he’d print out with it. Tony regrets his high school hair choices and we talk about attack moves you could use if you were incapacitated.
We start talking about famous band memorabilia and if it means anything to the family. It evolves into talk about Slayer and their legacy. We debate on whether Baby Yoda or Baby Chewy would make a better pet. We talk about the benefits of sunning your butthole.
Tony starts off trying to sing King Diamond songs while he’s sick and coughing. Tony freaks out when Nhat bleeds from a scab. We talk a bit about metal. We talk about GWAR’s court case where they had to prove a dick really wasn’t a dick. We discuss fartgate with Eric Swalwell.
We have issues with Nhat’s new guitar’s Floyd Rose tremolo and Tony pops another string trying to tune it. Nhat makes a terrible mashup song. We go on about how people improve work days. We complain about school and society in general.
Tony misses his old bong from forever ago and reminisces about weed shops. We discuss the need for a Cannabis museum. Tony rages against be labeled a Boomer and we both agree than Millenials and Gen-Xr’s all hate Boomers equally.. We talk about what the future of movie theaters might be. We get paranoid about sharing our data online and we’re not sure if it’s valid or it’s just the pot talking.