It's Fall, and you know what that means: Everything is pumpkin spice flavored. But what is pumpkin spice? Is it really that good? How far can this flavor sensation go? What are the best and worst pumpkin spice flavored items?
These are all questions we will be asking SOON.
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Adam was terrified of E.T. as a child. Matthew was indifferent. As adults they're both still bothered, but maybe also a little more appreciative of what this Spielberg classic is going for. Along the way we fixate on just how gnarly E.T.'s physiology is, theorize what the tiny raisin man is really up to, become enraged about yard pizza, make fun of an absent dad character, explain the 80s to each other, and turn against the protagonist! So it's pretty much a normal day for us.
Next month's commentary will debut the day before Halloween, so if you've got anything spooky you'd like us to talk over, feel free to hit us up!
As always, we'd like to thank Laura Cooper of the webcomic XP for our show's art, Bensound.com for our outro music, and you the listener for sticking with us! If you like what you hear, consider subscribing and rating on iTunes, sharing our sampler, or becoming a TWAIkNtributor!
Last week's time management discussion must not have been taken to heart, as The Worst Adults ran out of time before even getting around to this week's designated topic. Instead, they just hang like buds and discuss the mystery of the Roanoke Colony. Along the way, they tackle a J.J. Abrams-style history mystery, prevent Judgement Day through the power of 90s sitcoms, pick their patronai, shoot Voldemort into space, do Larry the Cable Guy impressions, write some checks, and justify their lack of restraint!
As always we'd like to thank show artist Laura Cooper of XPwebcomic.com, Bensound.com, J.K. Rowling, and you the listener! If you like us, share our sampler, support us on Patreon, and hit us up on the Internet!
Fun Fact: We recorded this on Monday night; on Wednesday night American Horror Story aired the first episode of its Roanoke-based season... the theme of which they DID NOT REVEAL UNTIL AIRING... Are we psychic? Are we cursed? Should AHS take us on as staff writers? YOU be the judge! (Also, yes to all, probably.)
This week Matthew sees around the curvature of the Earth into the future to determine Adam didn’t do his homework and the boys sit down to talk about how to better manage their time. They discuss the ups and downs of procrastinating, whether or not it makes a difference to make their beds, and achieve the ultimate logical fallacy by concluding trans-dimensional solitude will alleviate all of their time management issues.
As always, we'd like to thank Laura Cooper of the webcomic XP for our show's art, everyone who contributed to this week's show for contributing, Bensound.com for our outro music, and you the listener for sticking with us! If you like what you hear, consider subscribing and rating on iTunes, sharing our sampler, or becoming a TWAIkNtributor!
It's Dragon Con weekend and Adam is heading to Atlanta to mix with celebs, nerds, gamers, and gawkers, so we figured this week we'd talk everything conventions. Along the way we get our cosplay on, meet celebrities, challenge our listeners to a fight, get fired up about germ warfare, stick our arms deep down in the dice hole, and find ourselves needing to apologize to John Ratzenberger... a lot.