We try to wing it today with 3peat Lindsey Grimm. Complete improvisation, no set plan. Will we flail miserably? Tune in and hope for our demise. No spoiler alerts. closedforlogging.com
Do you know what mermophobia is? On today’s show we bring on Portland stand-up comic and confirmed mermophobe Alex Falcone. We get him talking about his least favorite topic, along with hotel sex, restaurant eavesdropping, and the bowel regime of centaurs and teahouse patrons.
Alex also hosts the hilarious podcast Read it and Weep.
Do the fears you had in childhood persist into adulthood? Not for Matthew. Definitely for Becky. We discuss childhood games like that classic “punch the Jew,” the hilarity of Japanese signs using questionable English words, and the pros and cons of asking someone to be your friend. closedforlogging.com
On today’s episode we explore the video game Dumb Ways to Die and why Matthew is only proficient at games not requiring Dynamic Hand Action. Chris reveals that his dog has a shameful secret. We break down Egg Nog and take it in directions that no man, woman or child has ever dared take it before. Finally, we discuss Bullshit Foods. closedforlogging.com
On today’s episode, we explore whether the stereotype that Asians don’t like hugging is true or false, how to pack the perfect travel bag, Matthew’s creepy dating past, among other titillating topics. We also determine the 4 words/phrases that are forevermore banned from Closed For Logging. closedforlogging.com
Becky’s poodle Marc Schermerhorn joins us today to discuss his trip to Chengdu, and why “tartlets with pancetta and creme fraiche with madeira-soaked cherries” is the gayest sounding appetizer ever. Later we dish about dinner parties gone awry and our worst jobs ever. Also, Matthew wants you to know that Becky came up with the episode title.
Becky shares a story about what happens when morons are in charge of hotel security; Matthew opines on the Music Man and his burgeoning homosexuality (don’t tell his wife). Later in the show we discuss unfair synergistic Pictionary bonds, Cards against Humanity, and The Joy of Sex. We conclude with a chat about our love/hate relationship with social media and then proceed to pimp it out on Twitter, Facebook, and iTunes.