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155. Virility Affiliated



What a fun show! John and Coleman start this one off by getting into some Halloween talk as the holiday quickly approaches. The guys toss out ideas for what they would be for Halloween, as well as, discuss a new October movie. Also, they both bring a scary (but true) story that you probably have never heard of! The conversation switches gears to the topic of viral videos, because that was the topic that Tuddle was given for this week’s “Tuddle’s Ten”, and boy is it an interesting one! (find Tuddle on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook all @tuddle or at youtube.com/tuddle – find his show “Tuddle Daily Podcast” on all major platforms).

For “Did Ya Hear?”, topics include a snake eating a person while they slept, a child star getting arrested, someone barricading themselves in a movie studio, eels in the park, and so much more! We hope that you enjoy listening as much as we enjoy chatting, you can laugh with us or at us, and tip your animal attackers!

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130. Corona Crazy / Happy St. Patrick’s Day



John and Coleman wish you a Happy St. Patrick’s Day! The guys celebrate the holiday with drinks! And because of the Coronavirus, the guys cope with drinks! The discussions include many different angles of the Coronavirus and how it is affecting our world from sports shutting down to the stock market fluctuating and the stuff in between. The conversation segues to surviving a zombie apocalypse, who would get bitten first John or Coleman? Also, they discuss Saint Patrick and some history of the holiday and the legend of the Patron Saint of Ireland.

For “Did Ya Hear?”, you guessed it…Coronavirus! The guys mix in a few other stories such as a man saving a decade-old caboose, a dog trainer who doesn’t train dogs, and a lady walking up to a gruesome murder scene. We hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoy chatting, laugh with us or at us, and tip your Irish makers!