2 hr 4 min

Episode 184: Kelly Moe (2020/12/03) This Is Going Well, I Think with David Cooper

    • Comedy

In this podcast you can get stories about cockrings, a really bad 'Ops I did it again' impression, a guy allegedly peeing on a jar during the recording, but also implicit dangerous medical recommendations like using magnesium citrate to lose weight or explicating saying how funny it's mixing anxiolytics with alcohol. Seriously, why this show is still airing? This is a threat to public health and public mental sanity. Also, David has a fixation on making homophobic jokes. Spoiler, NOT funny. The second funniest joke was when Peter burped. The best joke was when David said he quit his job to try to survive in New York out of this podcast. What is this show about? Does this show even have a structure? Who recommended to talk about those problematic issues when the people participating on the podcast do not know how to joke about those? I hope these questions are never answered to me, cause I do not wanna know nothing about this podcast ever again. Pau from Spain rates this show with a 'please stay away' if you value your time. On the other hand, if you are aiming to get fired, I recommend you playing this on your workplace. For the latter situation, it's 5/5 podcast. [Editor's note: it's not a podcast, it's a radio show.]

In this podcast you can get stories about cockrings, a really bad 'Ops I did it again' impression, a guy allegedly peeing on a jar during the recording, but also implicit dangerous medical recommendations like using magnesium citrate to lose weight or explicating saying how funny it's mixing anxiolytics with alcohol. Seriously, why this show is still airing? This is a threat to public health and public mental sanity. Also, David has a fixation on making homophobic jokes. Spoiler, NOT funny. The second funniest joke was when Peter burped. The best joke was when David said he quit his job to try to survive in New York out of this podcast. What is this show about? Does this show even have a structure? Who recommended to talk about those problematic issues when the people participating on the podcast do not know how to joke about those? I hope these questions are never answered to me, cause I do not wanna know nothing about this podcast ever again. Pau from Spain rates this show with a 'please stay away' if you value your time. On the other hand, if you are aiming to get fired, I recommend you playing this on your workplace. For the latter situation, it's 5/5 podcast. [Editor's note: it's not a podcast, it's a radio show.]

2 hr 4 min

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