It’s National Winnie The Pooh Day and National Peking Duck Day. Tony talks about his ongoing bout with gonorrhea and home remedies. We do a “Who’s Shittier?” segment. We talk about multiple buttholes and someone Tony knows who has no butthole. We go into the buoyancy of poop and its ramifications. The discussion goes into the new Fantastic Four movie. We review the new Amazon Echo, which goes by the name Alexa. We rag on Seattle and Chicago sports fans.
It’s National Spaghetti Day and National Trivia Day and we go straight into a tangent about the new year, past new year’s, dinosaurs, the evolution of cursive writing. education in general and millionaire teachers in South Korea. We talk about our top 5 movies of 2014. Then we go into our resolutions and possible changes to the show.
It’s National Pledge of Allegiance Day, National Chocolate Candy Day, and National Card Playing Day. We get a special intro that was composed by Idahenno (@idahenno on Twitter). I have no idea what we talk about on this episode and I’ve tried to listen to it twice. Midway through the podcast, the stupid program dies on us, so we had to do a separate second part. We play a New Year’s Greeting from the guys at the Bold and Belligerent podcast (@BandB_Podcast on Twitter) and challenge them to make a #facetaint torture.
It’s National Flashlight Day, National French Fried Shrimp Day, Humbug Day and National Homeless Persons’ Remembrance Day. It’s also part of the Winter Solstice. We go into religion right off the bat. Then we get into what is cooler, dancing faeries or dancing plums. We talk briefly about the Bold and Belligerent’s Christmas gift segment. Like everyone else, we give our take on the Sony and North Korea debacle which transitions into the possible Sony and Marvel collaboration. We introduce the new tradition of Facetainting. We do Poop Corner (correctly this time), Day In Cum and another segment of Porn-or-No? Tony grosses out on tentacle porn.
Intro song of the week:
“Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy” – August Burns Red
Outro song of the week:
“Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want To Fight Tonight)” – The Ramones
It’s National Bouillabaisse Day, Monkey Day, Worldwide Candle Lighting Day and World Choral Day. We go off on a tangent for a bit before The Bold & Belligerent (@BandB_Podcast on Twitter) call into Skype and become our first official caller(s), winning our headphones. We talk about what it’s like to live in Vegas. It then devolves into drug talk… naturally. We get a little into UFC talk, the holidays, living in Colorado, tortures, and the NFL.
It’s a number of different national days, one of them being National Microwave Day. We record a rare Saturday night episode because Tony has to go see drag queens on Sunday. We get into life after death and how Tony wants to be the ambassador of heaven and hell. We relive when Tony got so drunk, he turned into a dancing maniac. And then it starts getting gross…
It’s National Mousse Day, National Meth Awareness Day, Computer Security Day and Stay Home Because You’re Well Day. We start off talking about how we learned about the birds and the bees. Tony learned from his mom and Nhat saw a Predator heat boner in school. We unsuccessfully give away some free headphones because no one wants to Skype in to our crummy show. We find out that Nhat’s brother eats some gross stuff and reveals his frog/toad phobia. Then he cuts himself somehow and starts to suck on his own blood, grossing Tony out. Nhat makes up for his last half-assed shoutout. We talk about the new Star Wars trailer.
It’s National Cashew and National Cranberry Day. We talk about random crap for an hour. Seriously, how many of these have you listened to and you still have no idea that we’re gonna b.s. about complete nonsense?
It’s National Scrapple Day. We scratch our heads, wondering what a Scrapple is. Tony meets renowned medium April Slaughter on the plane to St. Louis. He goes on to describe his St. Louis trip. Tony talks about Gooey Cake, which, surprisingly isn’t about sex. I don’t remember much after that.