About This Show
Looking for a different angle on English language podcasts? Keiran the crazy Canadian goes where the other English podcasts don't... and more. Keiran and his native English guests discuss politically incorrect subjects as well as general English language, idioms, expressions, culture and more all while having natural unscripted conversations. This podcasts feature an educational exploration of language ranging from every day expressions, pop culture expressions, explicit language and anything in between. The podcast is geared towards adults students, professionals, university students as well as ESL teachers who want to step out of the "Safe Space" of the English language education community and have a little more fun. Join Keiran and his guests in their down to earth humorous conversations and learn to speak a more universal edgy form of English like a native! English ISN'T always PC!!!
Most Recent Episode
UE 133 - Trouble in Darkhan-Uul
3 days ago
Story telling is a big part of all of our lives and a great way to learn and practice a language. Today I invite you to share some stories in our Uncensored English Café on Sunday, and I share one of my own... but I don't tell you the end! That's up to you, shoot me an email at email@example.com to let me know what you think happens. *** Transcript *** Hey, how's it going guys? It is January the 18th, and it is frosty outside in Montreal. It's chilly today, it's a little cold outside. It's hump day, right? You're halfway through the week so that's a good thing. Actually, I'm kind of lying. It's not hump day, it's Monday for me. It's definitely not ... Actually it might not even be frosty outside today. Today is Monday. What the weather will be like on Wednesday, I don't know. I mean I could find it out, I could go online and look it up. I'm not going to do that. How's it going? How are you doing? We had our first uncensored English café this past Sunday. It was a lot of fun. We surprisingly had only two listeners in there, so there was room for three more. I don't know where you people were. You missed out on the fun. It was a lot of fun. We had Barry from, he's from Montreal but he's originally born from Guinea. We had Mace, she is from Syria originally, but now she's living in Tampa. We talked about what grinds my gears, what pisses me off. It was a bucket full of fun. It was a good ... I was surprised there wasn't five people. I was disappointed in you guys, to be quite honest. Doesn't matter, just means Barry and Mace got more speaking time. We're going to do it again this Sunday, same time, same place. There's still a few spots open, go check it out if you want to join. I actually did get a message saying, someone said it's too early for them. What I'm going to do is I'm going to switch up the time of it every once in awhile so we can get different people every week. We're going to have a lot of fun. We're also going to have a meet up in Montreal in person on Saturday at The Yellow Door, which is near the Miguel Ghetto. This is going to be a little different. I'm going to be giving out some audio files to help you guys learn English. If you're in Montreal you can come to that. We're going to be going over se