The fellas discuss pastries, beating up your own father, whether bulldogs have anything to do with bulls, toupees, and buttwiping. Also, Skillman is right…..
The guys spill drinks, break glasses and discuss myriad topics such as christmas cards, the proper use of the word “lady,” whether people are the best or the worst, and if nuts can be characterized as a dessert. Continue listening after the outro to hear a failed (and poorly edited) beer tasting challenge to follow up on a podcast from forever ago. Glasses (and Boris’s ego) are shattered.
The guys discuss whether you can tell someone’s race by their voice, judging friends email links and hogwash. Then another great conversation about toilet etiquette.
In this shaky episode full of shameful admissions, the guys admit to some minor pedophilia, discuss the nearly twenty- year old movie the Truman Show, and spoil M. Knight Shamylan movies. Also, Greg and David’s improv attempts catastrophically and cringe-inducing fail, and Greg makes “the best argument Boris has ever heard.”
In this episode, the guys decide between killing their childhood dog and breaking up with their cohabitant (watch out Rover!), and display an alarming lack of knowledge concerning the Dalai Lama and Hari Krishna. In a moment of candor, Greg concedes David’s physical attractiveness. Also, hang on after the outro to hear more uninformed discussion of Esparanto, the Dvorak keyboard, and canoodling.
This episode — in a surprise to no one — prominently features bathroom behavior. The guys also guys discuss nickels, dimes, gift-horses and mole volcanoes; find out what “The Price is Right” and toilet paper have in common; and Boris takes a controversial stance at the end of the episode. Also, theme music.
The guys discuss important topics like Boris’s tiered ranking of whiteout, making eye contact with fellow joggers, tedious dice rituals, and Greg’s most confounding expression to date.
The guys discuss “other interests” in resumes, Boris confesses to stealing a bowling pin, David has a shameful admission about his competition in the cardboard boat,-building competition, and Greg talks about two expressions he doesn’t understand. Also, there’s a question about plants that the guys ignore entirely to discuss names instead.
The guys discuss lonely socks, society’s addiction to denim, electro-magnetized shirts and complex race relations. Also, Greg is rattled by an encounter on the subway, and David tells a completely unintelligible story about tipping.