What kind of title is that? If you don't know the song name, we're sure you know the lyrics, "I wish that I knew what I know now, when I was younger". This episode is all about those things we wish we knew or wish we could tell our younger selves. It's okay little T's, it's all going to be okay. From fashion choices to life choices, we talk about it all.
To err is human. In this episode we find out we are the most human people alive. This week is dedicated to all the times we have let down or bummed out the people around us. Whether they be friends, family, co-workers: no one can escape our terrible selves. The episode was supposed to be just Talmon and Tyler, but "Taylor" flew back from France just in time to help us this week. What dedication he has to the show to catch a flight back, so as to not miss an episode. What a joy!
Oh my god, we're back again (if you didn't ready that to the melody of Backstreet Boys' "Everybody" what is wrong with you). We're back for another round of our wild card episode but with something new added into the mix. We get an episode update about "Episode 34 - Fast Food Items" Mr. Chau's. Tyler's questions are so "fire" they bring about a show first improve between Talmon and Taylor. You are in for a treat maybe.
Tyler to Taylor:
If you had to chose a sexual fetish with your partner, would it be...
Taylor to Talmon
If you came across the Sasquatch, would you capture it or let it be?
Talmon to Tyler
If skateboards were never invented, who would've your high school clique been?
No matter how hard we try, we sometimes can’t help but be annoyed by the little things. When something mildly inconveniences us, we like to show an unwarranted amount of sass. This episode is all about those small, inconsequential happenings in our lives that we make WAY too big a deal over. Yes, we are petty but so are you.
Remember that one time we went live on Facebook and Instagram during our recording? We don't either. The episode was lost to us and to you...probably for the better to be honest. In this episode, we talk about the fast food items we love. When we all die of various cancers, look to this episode as a map to why. Some might ask why eat this stuff, we say why not get out of our drunken faces!
Taco Bell - Cheesy Gordita Crunch
In and Out Burger...burgers
Jack n the Box - Tacos
No cap on the tooth paste? Someone left a splash of milk in the container? Did you rent a VHS from your local Blockbuster and it wasn't rewound? We understand. This episode is all about those pet peeves that just urk us. Petty? Maybe. Are we just cranky old men? Perhaps, but everyone has some pet peeves and these are ours.
When was the first time you got drunk? The first time you got in serious trouble with your parents? What about the first time marijuana may or may not have entered your lungs depending upon the legality in your state? In this episode we talk about different first times that were memorable to us and none of them are the same. We went rogue in this episode and only time will tell if it was a good idea.
Ever wonder how Mario, an overweight plumber, could run across worlds and not break a sweat or get tired? Wouldn’t it be nice if the rules or powers of a video game (the mechanics) were brought to life? In this episode we talk about the things from games we’d like to have in our lives. Health potions, save points, cheat codes are all up for grabs as we discuss our most desirable game mechanics.
It's Sunday afternoon, you have to get groceries, do laundry, and clean the apartment. BUT GUESS WHAT?! The Goonies is on so you're going to sit and watch a 3 hour commercially intereupted movie that you already own and have seen enough to know they say "sh*t" 19 times. These are the movies that, when they come on the tv, you can't help but watch them. Waste of time? Maybe. But we can't stop ourselves and we don't want to stop either.
This is our first ever guest to the show and I think it threw us through a loop. Mainly because we didn't know how the rotation went for our lists. We have on a friend of Talmon's named Sash for a talk about motorized unicycles and we dive into inventions that we wish we could wipe away from our collective histories. It gets weird.