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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"Cupid, You Sick Fuck" - Episode #25 - Feb 20th, 2017
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Valentine's Day is one of those holidays that has always pissed me off something fierce.
I guess I've always just viewed it as another genius marketing ploy by some nerd working in a cramped cubicle in the Hallmark cards creative department somewhere in the middle of Ohio.
And because of said nerd's genius Valentine's Day marketing ploy, millions of God-fearing, hard-working men all across the country are annually subjected to the hell-on-earth that is February 14th.
Don't get me wrong -- I have zero problem with men genuinely showing their ladies that they care. But at some point in time Valentine's Day became simply a day for a shit-ton of women to have a huge pissing contest with any other woman who was also in a relationship. Who's husband/boyfriend was going to go the furthest to prove their love?
"Janet's husband bought her a flower arrangement that cost how much?!? And he had it delivered to her work!?! Bill better step up to the plate this year!"
I'm getting Vietnam-esque flashbacks just thinking about my own experiences dealing with Valentine's Day through the years.
In this episode of the podcast, we discussed Cupid and his shitty holiday, Tom Brady and Super Bowl 51, David's burgeoning fascination with guns, and the atrocity that was Unit 731.
And -- above all else -- the guys decided to officially change the name of the podcast. Gone are the days of the "Two Guys, One Yeti" Podcast. We now continue on as "The FU Podcast." Why the name change? What does the new name even mean? We explain in great detail why we decided to make the switch.
This episode of The FU Podcast features the Yelawolf track "Outer Space" from his 2015 release, "Love Story."