SHOW 76: Truck Toilet Horn / 1hr 2min / January 11, 2012
Kris and David endorse cereals, hack the Twitter character set, explore euphemisms on television shows, speak the language of adulthood, and plumb the meanings of names.
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@phogan The Olympic amateur caveat is actually a mistranslation of the original Greek, which disqualified the god of a sport from participating #tmh
@abigcat some people are in a state of perpetual yawning. its a real disorder. #TMH
@EffervescentG Some people do not actually have faces. They are just two backs of a head walking around. One of them has a ponytail. #TMH
@Bradleybugman Instead on an “@”, I use a small, well-trained worm. #tmh
@JPLC If echo-y muffling means bathroom, what about the Charlie Brown parents? #TMH
@robynneblume @JPLC The parents never left the bathroom, and that’s why we never saw them. It makes perfect sense! #tmh
@hawkeyewr #tmh Charlie Brown is actually about a small community of ESL children growing up.
@Bradleybugman The children speak English and the parents speak brass orchestra. #tmh
@rkarl10 #tmh Reginald Veljohnson was the cop in Die Hard
@cephalopod_gal Carl Winslow! He was also in Ghostbusters! Reggie VelJohnson YEAH. #tmh
@Kouban He doesn’t even know he’s an actor; he thinks he’s an actual cop who’s staking out all of these Hollywood sets. #tmh
@medscholaradaml White people always start raps with “my name is [name] and I’m a [rhymes with name]” #tmh
@medscholaradaml “My name is Adam and I’m no madam, I’ve got more beats than your great aunt… [rhymes with Adam]” #tmh
@Zaidyer #tmh The mind of Kris Straub is like a rusty sieve with holes punched through it.
@DE_Craig Next time on #TMH, we discuss where Sam kept the ladder on Clarissa Explains it All.
@jplaub Well, at least I was here for the last, confusing 3 minutes. #tmhPermalink to this episode