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.
It’s our Halloween special. We discuss past Halloween costumes, Nhat’s being a cat in a kitty litter box. We talk about a human centipede costume. We remember friends and family members that were completely changed after serving in the armed forces. Then our spooky stories start with us messing with the oujia board when we were younger. Weirdness ensues. Best listened to on Hallow’s Eve… alone… in the dark…
It’s National Day of the Deployed, National Mincemeat Pie Day, National Mule Day, and National Pumpkin Day. Tony is traumatized as a kid when he’s expecting whipped cream and gets sour cream instead… and thus his eternal distrust of humankind begins. We argue about the meaning of brilliance. We talk about midnight movies and commercial movies. Of course this rolls into tentacle sex. Nhat reveals the “Day In Cum” theme song. Vikki has to go chase a non-existent cat and mercifully misses the last few minutes of the show.
It’s National Seafood Bisque Day. For some reason, Tony thought it was April… and the show just gets dumber from there.. We end up talking about Facebook for way too long. We go into some Halloween urban legend. Nhat compares eating poop to Mark Rothko’s art. We talk about murder capitals of the U.S. We have Day In Cum News.
It’s National Gumbo Day, National Free Thought Day, National Costume Swap Day and Clergy Appreciation Day. Tony is back from Texas, reporting on his experience from Austin City Limits. Tony talks about farm fresh eggs and Nhat is wondering how fresh they really are. Tony is spooked by his significant other going to the bathroom. They hypothesize about an encounter with a possible intruder. They talk about a possible Spider-Man team up with the Avengers. Ebola news comes up and another retarded theory comes up.
It’s National Techies Day and World Smile Day. Victoria joins in on the show. It’s Tony’s magical episode 27 number. We talk about the significance of that number. Tony’s rap name is Baby Nug and you’ll have to tune in to find out why. Somehow chihuahua queefes are mentioned and Tony chimes in on his expertise with the chihuahua anatomy. Victoria remembers a teacher that creeped out on her. They play a music challenge in tribute to Mr. Music, Tony. Tony brings everybody down (yet again
It’s National Good Neighbor Day, National Strawberry Cream Pie Day and National Gold Star Mother’s Day. Victoria joins in on the show and we play her her first sound byte. Nhat hates his neighbors and relishes whatever quiet time he gets and Tony is the complete opposite. Tony and Nhat talking about attending the Riot Fest 2014 and we all agree that Weezer sounds best from afar. Nhat and Tony were supposed to be on a podcast about wrestling and Nhat was a little glad that it was canceled because he knows jackshit about wrestling. We talk about morning cartoons for a bit. Tony introduces us to Pussy Cow the cartoon from the creator of Ren and Stimpy. Tony talks about his California trip finally and it seems like he was more annoyed about it than anything. We discuss how lame Houston is and reminisce about what childhood is like. There is talk of death and if your final death poop weighs anything.
Intro song of the week:
“Loyal Shadow” – Soilwork
Outro song of the week:
“Genocide For Praise – Vals For The Vitruvian Man” – Allegaeon