Hosts John and Hank Green (authors and YouTubers) offer both humorous and heartfelt advice about life’s big and small questions. They bring their personal passions to each episode by sharing the week’s news from Mars (the planet) and AFC Wimbledon (the third-tier English football club).
297: The Mariko Aoki Brothers
Why do some books tell you what font they use? What's up with temporary moons? Why do book stores smell like book stores?
296: The Y'all Call
How do I avoid grieving the living? Can a box be round or oval? How do you keep one perfect book from ruining all others for you?
295: Have I Got Some Roaches For You
Can your tongue get swole? Why do we call dog arms legs? What would an inconvenience store sell?
294: We Messed Up, So Let's Talk Crash Course!
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293: A Fiction of Light
When do you change the hair color on your ID? Why is Venus hotter than Mercury? What do I do with peed-on lettuce?
What are mausoleums for? What's the best gift for aliens? Who coined the phrase "coined a phrase"?
Easily the most enjoyable podcast to listen to. I especially enjoy it while doing activities that need podcasts in the background (such as doing dishes, projects around the house, or driving). Listening to this podcast is like hanging out with your two funniest friends on a night when you’re more than content to just listen and laugh.
Two very smart brothers taking away
I have listened to other podcasts with two people playing off of each other and have been unimpressed. But these two brothers talking about whatever they want to at the moment ( with prompts from listener questions) are upbeat, funny, intelligent and sometimes informative. It didn’t hurt that I grew up in the Midwest and love hearing the Midwest nasal “non-accent.
Pumpkins and Penguins <3
I love this podcast! It’s one of my favorites 🤩
I do, however, have a question for “The Pod”. I understand how your voice is different out loud to other people than to you(because it’s going through different mediums), but how come when your singing it doesn’t sound like a different note? I know it’s because it’s not like a straight spectrum, more like the color wheel, but I don’t understand the specifics.
S-Ari I don’t understand, Ari (pronounced R-E)