It’s the fourth episode of Sincere Sarcasm, and it’s all about the science, as Dave the Drummer & Francis aka The Other Guy talk about Bill Nye the Science Guy, and how people are taking the new show. From there it’s all about the return of old geek TV, the most expensive boomerang, pineapple art, gluten free meth, breast grabbing reporters, drunken stool sitting, and so much more. We love that you listen, and we hope you help us share the Sincere Sarcasm podcast to the world & beyond!
Sincere Sarcasm comes back with Dave the Drummer, and of course, Francis aka The Other Guy is in there somewhere. It’s an episode of accomplishment, as Dave finds some fun work, almost gets hurt, triggering Francis to talk about his time breaking his own arm as a kid. But then it’s onto some strange stories from around the world, from blasphemy, dildos, Ukraine, Steven Seagal, beer, pee, death, and so much more. It’s back to the nonsense you love from these two dorks, on this week’s Sincere Sarcasm dot net.
As we continue our firsts for this podcast, Dave the Drummer is unfortunately not with us this episode, but will return next week. Instead, Francis aka the Other Guy, invites a guest onto the show to pick up the reins. From the FanDrunk Podcast, we have Toni, aka the Major.
But just because there’s a guest co-host doesn’t mean we step away from the shenanigans as we talk about all sorts of nonsense like flirting with women and the sappy love songs of the 90s to today. Then it’s onto expensive dirty jeans to jeans with a butt zipper, make up applied with balls, Aurora’s sibling, the Loch Ness and so much more. Take it to the face on this week’s Sincere Sarcasm.
This is the official first episode of Sincere Sarcasm, a new podcast, that’s kind of the same. Dave the Drummer & Francis the Other Guy get their feet wet as they dive into a new format, with some added twists, like talking about adult hood, the odd stories of the week, from robots shooting guns, to turkeys getting people fired. It’s all that, with Tommy’s Taint on Gibberish, on this week’s Sincere Sarcasm