The forty-ninthnd episode of our podcast, Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (On Average), is now online.
This week’s episode: We are What Not to Wear; Buzz Aldrin should punch people weekly, and Storm’s unexpected connection to the man; puzzlement over who killed the moustache, and its evolution to the goatee/van Dyke; bathroom discussion that attempts to avoid cheap poop jokes; wainscoting and desks; and a convoluted hypothetical.
Featured post-show song: “If You’ve Only Got a Moustache” – Gilbert Kalish & Jan De Gaetini, et al.
Show #049: I Painted a Desk (Some content NSFW)[audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.nuggetman.com/podcasts/PS_5-10_049.mp3]
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Hey, when you are in Denver, DON’T eat at the Casa Bonita.
As a side note, not all of the Village People were gay, at least two of them (according to wikipedia, at least) were straight guys who answered casting calls for the group.
Well, now I know how I’M spending my birthday in Boston. And I believe I promised you gentlemen Jaffa Cakes and/or scotch back on Red Nose Day the next time you came to Boston…
Hey, check this out for a Moustache song.
So there you have at least one person who is a fan of the ‘stache; but alas, Canadian so her taste is suspect. Maybe she likes poutine?
The only person I know who still rocks a moustache is my dad, but since he’s always been a dead ringer for Tom Selleck, it works.
Before you mentioned Village People, I was already thinking of Freddie Mercury. It comes to the same thing, really.
The ‘stache worked for Freddie, despite whatever mtgordon might think.
The people who rock the ‘stache in my opinion still today: Mario & Luigi, and Burt Reynolds. I think the fact that nobody’s ‘stache will ever be as awesome as Burt Reynolds’ is why Americans backed off on it.
My dad and both grandfathers had mustaches until respective medical emergencies landed them in the hospital where their facial hair was forcibly removed in order to accommodate oxygen tubes and whatnot. For a while when I was a kid, Dad even had ye olde mutton chops to go with his handlebar ‘stache. Not a fashionable guy by any stretch, but he liked it.
Those bacon-wrapped hot dogs look amazing and I wants them, precious. I usually only eat dogs at hockey games, but I’d totally make an exception for those.
So glad you’re coming back to Boston! If you need minion-y assistance, give a shout.
Frank Zappa had the best facial hair of any man I know