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The world's first, best, only and last talkback-enabled interactive audio podblast with Kris Straub and David Malki !

Tweet Me Harder Kris Straub and David Malki !

    • Comedy
    • 4.7 • 70 Ratings

The world's first, best, only and last talkback-enabled interactive audio podblast with Kris Straub and David Malki !

    Tweet Me Harder BONUS: Book Disguises

    Tweet Me Harder BONUS: Book Disguises

    Kris and David decide that normal books are boring and insufficient, and instead set out to BETTER the world with the invention of strange and marvelous BOOK DISGUISES.

    • 53 min
    Tweet Me Harder 76: Truck Toilet Horn

    Tweet Me Harder 76: Truck Toilet Horn

    Kris and David endorse cereals, hack the Twitter character set, explore euphemisms on television shows, speak the language of adulthood, and plumb the meanings of names.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Tweet Me Harder 75: A Receding Horizon of Perfection

    Tweet Me Harder 75: A Receding Horizon of Perfection

    In the series finale of Tweet Me Harder, Kris and David revitalize the -trix suffix for all professions, explain their own fathers' podcast catastrophes, explain what keeps corpses from floating off into the atmosphere, and finally close the causality loop.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Tweet Me Harder BONUS: Cutting Room Floor

    Tweet Me Harder BONUS: Cutting Room Floor

    In this collection of deleted bits from prior Tweet Me Harder episodes, Kris and David make the perfect sound effect, defend their parking preferences, comment on the President, and flee from the law.

    • 35 min
    Tweet Me Harder 74: Great Grand-Doctor

    Tweet Me Harder 74: Great Grand-Doctor

    Kris and David raise children in a webcam-equipped dungeon, make every snapshot a prize-winning piece of journalism, abandon soap for good, learn what makes the best rodeo clowns so good, and grow dinosaurs in their sinuses.

    • 1 hr
    Tweet Me Harder 73: Collectible Cracker Game

    Tweet Me Harder 73: Collectible Cracker Game

    Kris and David discover why marbles went out of fashion, realize exactly what the snack-food industry has long been hoping that someone would, use stock-car racing to make important scientific discoveries, and tell the waiter to hold the magnets, please!

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
70 Ratings

70 Ratings

Dereck Clark ,

An outrageously funny podcast

After almost a year, it's back!

I love this podcast and can't wait to see if Kris and David have decided to continue the podcast into this year.

KarateRobot ,

Unique, hilarious and addictive

Great chemistry between the hosts, nice production, and an interesting, interactive format. A digressive conversation between two friends which tends toward more and more elaborate embellishment of some random goofy premise.

I stayed away from this one for a while because I mistakenly assumed it was about Twitter itself, based only on the title. Don't make the same mistake, Tweet Me Harder is definitely worth a try.

Psych ,

Half hilarious, half garbage

Tweet Me Harder started with a simple premise; two guys making up funny stuff with their twitter legion of twitter followers serving as a springboard for new ideas. And when it sticks to that premise it is one of the most clever and funny podcasts in existence.

Unfortunately every few episodes Malki and Straub stray from this path to make multi-episode story arcs. These are all terrible.

These episodes start with the two leads spending an inordinate amount of time rying to piece together what turns out to be just the mere premise of the story (i.e. the podcast being bought out by a mid-east conglomerate). Entire episodes have been spent with the main characters working towards this punch-line that anyone capable of speaking the English language would have seen coming from the first minute and a half. And when the protagonists finally get there they’ve already run out of steam and anything funny to say.

From the more free flowing shows it is quite clear that Malki and Straub are two very clever and intelligent people, if they could learn to play to that strength during the show’s story arcs (or get rid of them altogether) this would be a 5 star show. But because they insist on dumbing themselves down half of the episodes are absolutely unlistenable.

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