The FU Podcast
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David and Justin talk music, current events, relationships, sharting -- and that's just the start...Please, leave your inhibitions and insecurities at the door. It's best for everyone that way. Ladies and Jellybeans, from our hearts to yours, enjoy!
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"Master Wayne & Michael Caine" - Epispode #32 - May 23, 2017
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Do you believe that everyone has a calling in life? That we are willed by the universe to follow down a certain path? That the divine creator blesses every individual with an amazing gift of talent that he or she must utilize to reach their full potential in life?
One might receive the gift of incredible athletic ability. Another might receive the gift of an astounding singing vocal range. Where one is born with an almost inhuman ability to calculate mathematics in their head at an extremely accelerated rate, another is born with an innate ability to connect with people with charismatic charm, and rhetoric.
But what if your gift was the ability to cleverly rewrite the lyrics to already famous songs with brutal efficiency? You may suggest that that person is Weird Al Yankovic, and you would be correct. Weird Al has had a monumental career rewriting lyrics to famous tunes, all with a comedic twist.
But what if there was another catch? What if someone had the rare gift of not only rewriting the lyrics to famous songs, but only being able to rewrite the lyrics in very vulgar, and offensive ways?
I am here to tell you that this is the gift I have received from the Gods, and to be honest.. it kind of sucks. It's like being one of the X-Men --which is cool -- but being Longneck. You could have been Wolverine. You could have been Iceman. You could have been Gambit, but you're Longneck. Of all of the mutant powers I could have received, my mutant power is as useless as a box of condoms in my dresser drawer.
In this episode of the podcast, David and Justin discuss the passing of rock icon Chris Cornell, jiu jitsu, rompers, Michael Caine, and Justin plays a couple of the already-famous songs he has rewritten the lyrics to.
This episode of the podcast features the 1989 Billy Joel track "We Didn't Start the Fire" from his album, "Storm Front."