Wednesday, January 30, 2013
The Long Shot cobbler munchers discuss fresh mushrooms, pizza rules, pride, joy, Pride and Joy, and what corsets mean to a friendship.
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Category: Podcasts, Season 6
1st-of-all —> a hug
” … and I know the bullshit you like to create ! ” (Sean)
Wow ! That was pretty harsh !!!
2. –> Punch in the face !
STOP DOING THE “FUNNY” VOICE(S) !!! PLEASE !!!
I forgot about “butt finger” which is one of my favorite and least favorite descriptions ever. I feel equal parts mirth and disgust all at once.
Also, that British guy with the bad American accent would be James Purefoy. Whom I know from the “Solomon Kane” movie and not from “Rome”. A critical detail I felt I needed to relate.
Sean, I am sure being trapped in a car with those guys for two weeks is one of my own personal circles of hell. You are made of stronger stuff and I am glad you got well compensated for it.
Purefoy is also being fantastic on The Following on Fox right now with Kevin Bacon. Soooo creepy.
I wonder what state secrets where hidden behind that accordion interlude? Something about Benghazi no doubt.
Sounds like he’s disappointed about not getting invited to an awards show, perhaps the WGA?
FYI, in Australia the word “bonk” (and bonked/bonking) are slang for sexual intercourse. (Appropriating innocuous words to mean sexual/bodily functions is one of our national pasttimes.)
I once went to this market research evening where they were testing upcoming TV shows. Before the shows, they showed a couple of American TV commercials. One had the slogan “the loose juice” – it was for some sort of juicebox, not vodka. Once everyone got over their disbelief, they laughed their asses off.
The second ad was….well, I don’t even remember the product. I basically had a bunch of American track field athletes singing earnestly in a “We Are The World” style choir. The name of the song was “Don’t Bonk”. I don’t remember the words, mainly because I couldn’t hear them: everyone was in utter fucking hysterics!
PS: We don’t “root” for teams here either.
True, but you do have to admit….the theme song by Shirley Bassey is pretty bloody awesome!
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