On this episode we have...well, bears...and more bears. We have some stories from Reddit. If you didn't know we typically get questions from Yahoo! Answers, but have found better ones on Reddit.
As for actual topics, Honch kicks us off with a story of a bear. This bear was at a zoo in Alberta, Canada...and well, he was behaving so well that his zookeepers decided to take him out for ice cream. Ironically, unlike most stories that we do, this bear did nothing wrong...he just enoyed his soft serve ice cream, or Blizzard, or whatever a bear eats from an ice cream shop.
Did you know that the British accent is something fabricated by people? This was not verified by any news sources..but we decided it is fact. Can someone do the fact checking on this one? After getting off topic...we get even more off topic and we're back on the Laurel and Yanny bandwagon. Stemming from our bonus episode (the one between last week and this week, we still hand to bring it up. Apparently we can't let it go.
Once we talk about the first bear story, Jethrow jumps into company slogans. What slogans that works for one company...wouldn't translate well to others? Honch tought that the "I'm Lovin' It" for McDonald's wouldn't translate well for Pepto. And fun fact for your day, Captain Crunch doesn't have razor blades in it...the cereal just cuts your mouth up.
After going who knows where on the topic train, we had another bear story. This time...a woman in China bought what she thought was a Mastiff, but after 2 years of raising it, it turned out to be an endangered Black Bear....and I re-iterate, 2 YEARS to discover that this 440 pound puppy was a bear.
After talking about the giant puppy Bear, we dove into a question from the Internet. What is something stupid that you've done, but in news headline format? As it turns out, we've done some pretty stupid stuff...and likely what you would classify as a fail, including Jethrow throwing pizza...pepperoni down at someone's windshield. Not by the slice..the entire pizza.