The lad discuss just how awful working in hospitality is. Armed with PTSD over their time working bar; Steven, Jez, Ash, and Liam piss and moan for an hour about just how awful the public is. Liam doesn't want to deal with faeces, Steven discovers the legendary Chuck Tingle, Ash worries that he got off lightly, and it would be quicker to list the people Jez doesn't hate.
Archive for July 2020
In which the lads continue to be completely incapable of staying on topic. An episode that starts about comics and quickly devolves into angry rants about Jedi. Jez is filled with rage at the Star War, Alex has umbridge with music, Liam doesn't understand how canon works, and Ash is the only one who actually wants to talk about comics.
In which the lads try to talk about murder, but inexplicably talk about pants. Like... a lot. It's a high stakes episode this week as the group inevitably doesn't talk about murder. Ashley is asked if he's ever killed anyone and pleads the fifth, Jez and Alex can't keep the podcast on track to save their lives, and Steven is a lot worse at serial killing than he thinks. Plus, pants, many many pants.
Jez, Alex, and Ash discuss all things audio. Jez admits to his worrying love of Emo, Alex wants to talk about Viking Metal, and Ash is reminding the world that the Venga-Boys are still around.
The episode Jez regrets agreeing to. The boys get to hear as he covers the entirety of the literary masterpiece known as John Smalls' Cuckolded By a Space Alien. Strap in.
The boys discuss the etymology of cuckolding, Steven's irrational feelings towards space, and discover literature that blows their minds. Steven has found a new angle for the podcast, Liam wants to talk about Nazis on the moon, and Jez just can't stop thinking about those big donged aliens.