This one was short and sweet. The boys made me apologise for things out of my control, which made me remember a story. Just listen for fuck's sake.
My favourite American bronies and I talk about our first exposure to pornography, the fact that none of us remember our childhoods due to alcoholism and head trauma, time travelling on xanax, Pepper's Kratom addiction, and Winston and Pepper go on a tangent about stupid bands no-one cares about. Listen or live a happy and fulfilling life.
This episode examines Australia’s murderous dingoes. If you like mysteries, canines and child murder, you’ll love this bite size (huh) bit of Australian history. Shove it in ya.
Garry (AKA Winston Twerkhill) and Hot Hot Peppers (AKA Pepper) join Beardo for another shitastic episode. Garry shits his pants and vomits simultaneously for a week after eating camel jizz in Iraq. The boys discuss the word cunt in Australia and it’s many uses. Also, a bunch of stuff I don’t remember. Listen or don’t.
This is the legendary story of the Wallaroo, Australia's first foray into car manufacturing. It's an amazing story, so listen to it right now, or you'll stub your toe on a table leg.
In this shit-fueled banger of an episode, Beardo shits his pants on the way to work, Pepper eats rancid deer sausage and has savage diarrhoea, Garry catches dudes fucking in Iraq on the reg, Australia runs on metric time, and Gareth's wife's blood mysteriously disappears. It's a good one, so listen or don't. Subscribe on iTunes!
This brief episode (4 mins) explains the Great Banana Shortage of 2006, and the origin of the famous Australian saying, 'banana chucker'. It's a good one, so listen or die happy.
In this delectable audio feast with the incomparable Winston Twerkhill (AKA Garrence McLovin), we get to real talk about Drop Bears and their biology, ridiculous Australian beer prices, meat pies, how to get Australian citizenship in a single day, deadly spiders living in suburban pools, and then we go crazy on Mad-Libs (shout out to the Andrew Dewitt Show).
This episode features the little-known war between Australia and New Zealand. Sheep were involved. Originally featured on www.sfjshow.com
In this delicious episode, we discuss Australian vs American accents, Grant losing his eyesight due to excessive alcohol consumption, his buddy making homemade prison wine while serving in Afghanistan, Beardo's experience with savage Australian UFC fans, bogans, genocide, and Jack Daniels. Listen now or die happy. #mappaTassie