[Article 1894]Episode 110!

This week we are joined by Porter because it’s his birthday dammit. We talk bra shopping, videogames, head injuries, Vilten, and getting pulled over.

Oh yeah and Salsa has been up to something.


11 Responses to [Article 1894]Episode 110!

  1. Sure Porter can drink at 3:30 at work on Friday but Jena works from home, she can drink whenever she wants too.

    Salsa congratulations to you and Raederle.

  2. Jena loves her white sauce

  3. manna_the_destroyer says:

    CONGRATS SALSA! OPRAH!

  4. RoaTheEternal says:

    Firstly, congrats Salsa.

    Now, I feel like for this set of fast-fives I should go through my answers and my though process creating the set (Hopefully people listen to the episode before reading the comments). I’m from New York (born on Long Island, Moved up to the Catskills in Middle School) and currently living in Massachusetts.

    Pizza: I went New York. This question in my mind was basically Thin Crust or Deep Dish. As far as I’m concerned, deep dish pizza isn’t really pizza. It can be good, but it’s a pie. New York style thin crust pizza is a topped flatbread (usually built on Italian bread dough). Scicilian style pizza (thick crust, but otherwise the same as thin crust pizza) is built of foccacia.
    Hot Dogs: I again went New York, but after watching the Chicago episode of The Layover I’m tempted to change my answer. The main difference is that the Chicago style dog has relish, onions, hot peppers, and possibly other stuff (and never ketchup) while New York style is just mustard, maybe some sauerkraut.
    Mobsters: Went Chicago on this one. Mainly due to Capone. The New York mob scene from what I understand was more based in the Italian mob families while in Chicago it was more like modern gangs with a group of like-minded individuals.

    For the longest time I just had these three and couldn’t think of another two to fill it out (which is why the last two have a different choice than Chicago and were probably not quite as good)
    Chowder: New England for me. Nothing wrong with Manhattan style, it’s just not really a chowder.
    Bagels: New York, of course. That’s not to say that you can’t get a good bagel elsewhere, it’s just not the same. There is a different flavor to the bagels even from NYC/LI to upstate New York. And I agree that a hot fresh bagel is good no mater where the bagel is from.

    Finally, a comment of the topic roulette: Alleyway – My first thought was “Speaking of mobsters…”

  5. Shawn Pitre says:

    Don’t forget, Jick has a great way to name the baby….flip a coin for the 1st name…then roll a d6 for the last name

    Heads is dick, tails is…man….I can’t remember it….I’ll relisten and find out.

    D6x1000

    (Coinflip)baby D6x1000

  6. @PedanticEric says:

    I think it would have been funnier if Matt announced that Gretta was pregnant.

  7. Best intro ever. I’m happy the drink turned out well. I found the vanilla schnapps at the MGM in Chaska. To be fair, Matt suffered a massive head wound before I gave him the bottle. I’ll have to grab some root beer schnapps and give this drink a try.

    And congratulations Salsa!

  8. Starkle starkle little twink
    what the Hell you are I think
    I’m not under the alcafluence of inclehol
    though many thinkle peop I am

  9. Shawn Pitre says:

    What are This?