While the headline really says it all, click this link if you want to watch a cow get nailed while uhhh … getting nailed.
The Junkies brought back an age-old classic – “Bet on Bret” – re-branded with new blood as “Bet on Ewadd.” The game took on a familiar feel because these two men share the same lack of knowledge for things that are common to everyone else. Yoko Ono.
EB unburdened himself of a disturbing recurring dream in which he detaches his ‘junk’, then rolls it up like PLAY-DOH and plays with it. After being ridiculed by the guys for being capable of such a disturbing thought, they entertained an even better thought: What if guys really could remove their ‘junk’?
It should come as no surprise to Junkies listeners that the four donks from P.G. County are getting up there. So when they were asked to name which movie Neo, Morpheus and Agent Smith were in, what do you think happened? It’s only one of the biggest box office smashes of all-time…
After creeping out his Junkies cohorts with what seemed like new rock formations on his face every week, John “Cakes” Auville finally consulted a doctor to explain the weird phenomena of disgusting Susan Boyles plaguing his mug. You won’t believe the diagnosis…
With the rising presence of video producer Ewadd as a character on the Junkies, it’s time to gauge the temperature of the loyal listeners on his development. What do you know about ‘E with an E, Wadd with two Ds’ so far and how would you like to see his character arc develop on the show?
Sometimes the world just unfolds its giant arms and gives you exactly what you desire. Listen to this mega awkward Junkies interview with Mike Tyson as Cakes tries out his Mike Tyson interview ON Mike Tyson. A moment years in the making…
Many people find great value in the many uses of Twitter, whether it’s aggregating news, following interests more closely or using it to promote personal brands or messages. As the dust settles from the Wild West days of Twitter, malicious and fraudulent behavior becomes easier to identify: like purchasing Twitter followers to misrepresent popularity.
A 31-year-old Arlington resident was booked for beating the senses out of his roommate over the weekend after waking up to find a drawing on his face that was phallic in nature. Let’s examine the Bro Rules to post-drinking shenanigans and try to determine if these rules were observed.
The last person who should ever get into a war of words is Matt Valdez, producer of the Junkies. But that’s exactly what he found himself in after taking a cheap jab at one of his heroes, Ken Pomeroy, and those words found their way to the renowned basketball guru. Read/listen to how this very viscous saga unfolded across multiple platforms.