100 episodes

Two brothers explore the mysteries of the ages, the ancients, and even some from the modern day.

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast SnakeBros

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 68 Ratings

Two brothers explore the mysteries of the ages, the ancients, and even some from the modern day.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Doc Dunny ,

Funny intellectuals

My favorite new podcast(new to me anyways). Highly entertaining and funny dudes waxing intellectual about esoteric subjects that the mainstream are afraid to talk about. I’m absolutely glued to the conversation and subjects. I literally laugh out loud in public places and get “this dude is nuts” looks. Thanks Brothers and keep up the good work.

roddygerardfrey ,

wicked! awesome! funny!

these guys are great! their back and forth banter is hilarious, and they cover a wide range of interesting and fascinating topics that spam the length and breadth of this wild, weird and woolly world we live in!

their ophidian observations are both humorous, and thought provoking, and their lively conversation is peppered with discriptive serpent euphemisms.

so listen; laugh and learn!

or just sit back and enjoy aural journey!

corvus_flies ,

Serpent Lexicon Needed

These guys rock! Granted, I don’t always agree with them, and sometimes it feels like what they’re saying is coming out of... oh, I don’t know... their butt flaps? But they are clearly brilliant, and terribly funny, and I love the topics they explore. I also think they need a written lexicon for those who are just discovering this podcast (I am on episode 44, and still binging, so I think I’ve graduated to intermediate level). Some suggestions...

Butt Flap - term which could be used when discussing Neanderthals, ancient ancestors, natives in the jungle. Slightly derogatory but used with endearment.

Skurp Durps - there is contention on the spelling of this word. Could be used in place of highly educated academics too afraid to loose their non tenured job, or respect of their peers, to be real scientists and ask questions.

There are so many more words that need defining for the Serpent nubes, but I’m running out of room here.

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