Full Belly Laughs is a weekly improv comedy podcast focusing on food and entertaining. It's like a dinner party meets board game night. Every week host Brian Durkin discusses something related to food, drink, or entertainment with a guest or himself. Each episode ends with a party game such as Scattergories, Super Fight, or Punderdome. Featured guests include food writers, stand-up comedians, improvisers, sketch writers, and many more funny people. New episodes every Tuesday.
The Final Episode with Brian Durkin
All good things must come to an end. It's been an awesome 5 years, but it's time to say goodbye. Other forms of content are calling Brian's name, and he needs to answer the call. Find out what he means, and why Brian believes podcasting is on the way out. Special thank you for listening over the years. Be sure to check out the YouTube channel and watch Brian stream live on twitch.
How I Became The Greatest Tortilla Speedrunner with Brian Durkin
Host Brian Durkin attempts to make 16 corn tortillas from scratch in one afternoon. The key to his tortilla making session is that it will be timed and fast, so hopefully it will count in the record books. The table is set. The dough is prepped. Can Brian actually roll out and cook several tortillas? Listen to his journey and see if your silly host can be a record holder at something.
How To Order 69,420 Calories with Brian Durkin
Ruby's Diner gives you the calorie counts on their menu items. Brian took the imitative to figure out "balanced" meals for boys and girls. After working on daily recommended calorie counts, it was time to have some fun. Brian went after the most powerful of all numbers: 69,420. Can it be done? You'll have to listen to find out.
Cold Stone Creamery Loves URLs with Brian Durkin
You like the ability to choose? Good. Glad to hear you're not a Communist. Here in America we value freedom, and Cold Stone Creamery gets that concept really well. They provide users that visit their homepage over 30 different links to click. Nothing is more American than that: a bad user experience. And if you don't like it, then hop on a boat to Cuba. We value Democracy, Freedom, and other big time words politicians throw around to sound smart and caring.
DIY Pizza Is Somehow More Expensive with Brian Durkin
Making pizza is fun and rewarding. It also costs money and you stink at making pizza. Well maybe you're PogChamp at it, but most people are PeepoScared. Do you have what it takes to be a human being? (we wanted to say "takes to be a man", but the SJDubs would murder our first borns (also sorry, English nerds, but we felt like adding the question mark after the parenthesis was gosh, so we slapped it in at the beginning of this parenthetical inception. As they say on a honey ranch, "Our bee.")). Also host Brian Durkin does a round of Funemployeed besides talking about Blaze Pizza. That part is fun too.
Tocaya Organica is PogChamp with Brian Durkin
Host Brian Durkin reviews Tocaya Organica. He starts by sharing his experiences and checking out their website. Tocaya is not the cheapest Mexican food option, but it's perhaps the best. Brian showers them with praise and points out some awesome things they're doing. Are you willing to try a burrito that starts at $12 and can get as expensive as $26? Maybe you will be after listening to this episode.
This podcast always makes me laugh and brings a smile to my face. Highly recommend. My favorite comedy show. I love when they play different board games, and the conversations about food are delightful.
Good topics weak content
Listened to the cereal podcast and did not find it interesting. Too much rambling. They should try to review each cereal and give you something informative about the cereal. Listen to The Empty Bowl if you want to hear a good cereal podcast.
There was a medieval sword, still sharp, found recently in a sewer in The Netherlands. There can be only one!