Archives for February 2014

Slapped with a Wet Kipper

The guys must have been hungry recording this weeks Nothing Serious as the show is almost entirely about food related weirdness. From eating lab-grown meat cultured from celebrity muscle cells, assault with a wet bream, forklift assault on a vending machine, getting your freak on with food for the social media LOL’s,and finally deliberately lowering your I.Q. so that you can be more like Barbie.

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Abstinence Not Education

Will things go to crap on episode 52 of Nothing Serious? The guys talk poop transplants to save lives, building a podcasting personality, babies with more than 2 parents, the failures of abstinence-only sex education, Florida teachers who are too drunk to stand, and “sex week” at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

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Releasing Our Demons

It may be the Valentines Day episode, but that doesn’t stop Paul, Steven and Daniel talking about some decided non-romantic topics on episode 51. From a case of mistaken identity for the BBC, how very lucky the 99% are, being buried like a King of old, suing because you can’t use Facebook, to performing exorcisms via Skype – not a single tear was shed in the name of romance. There may have been some tears of laughter, but we can’t verify that…

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