We have this on going joke about how when either one of us is grumpy or not in a good mood we say “you got poop in your butt, go get the poop out” We have found this to be mostly true as we encounter in the medical field many a persons acting out when in fact are just full of poop and need to get it out. So we wrote a song about it…here it is…
If you’re feeling in a rut
Get the poop out of your butt
If you’re acting like a fool
maybe it’s just all that stool
Get the (get the poop)
Get the poop out of your butt
If it’s stress that you are holdin’
maybe exercise your colon
If you’re acting like a grump
you should try and take a dump
If you’re feeling kinda moody
maybe open up your booty
If you can’t just keep your cool
drop the kids off at the pool
When you can’t shake off the cranky
you can shake off Mr. Hanky
Feeling irritable and ho hum
channel your irritable bowel syndrome
When you are inconsolable
they make adult diapers disposable
If it’s emotions you’re investing
maybe check your large intestine
I can’t believe it took this long to get JP on the show but here we are. Joe Pane is one of our best friends and we were so happy to finally get a chance to sit down with him and hit record. We didn’t plan anything just talked and laughed and enjoyed each other’s company.
There is nothing to promote or plug but we did talk about our sponsors this week Joe Pane’s Propane for all your propane needs (not associated with Joe Pane the guest). We talk about how we became friends, bands we played in, concerts we attended, celebrities we’ve met, trips we’ve been on, films we made I’ll post links below for some of that.
So if you want to hear some good friends make each other laugh and reminisce about our organic relationships take a listen and stay tuned for part two where we argue about The Last Jedi and more…
After all these years we can still hang out make each other die laughing and have great conversations. JP is a swell fella and we hope to do this again real soon!
The last band we played in together was Riot Punch here is that music
We also made semi music videos for that band as well here are those videos A short film I made in college featuring both Grace and Joe Pane
There are tons of videos of all our old stuff I’m sure Will Forthman has them…
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Our second official release of our new comedy song venture. This one is pretty straight forward we love Wawa and we want to tell you all about it. So take a listen and feel the craving set in as you salivate over the idea of shoving a Wawa hoagie in your face.
Tell your friends! (also tell Wawa)
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Your family neighborhood Sandwiches have been hard at work on a set of comedy songs. We have been writing for the past few months and have a handful of songs done and more in the writing stages. Our plan is to start playing some open mics and see where it goes!
This first release is the song we just call Dad Song. It’s about mostly blue collar white American dads, ok mostly just Joe’s dad. But we hope everyone enjoys it and stay tuned for more songs to be released as we find time to record them!
Yes it’s another show about another road trip we took SO WHAT…
We decided to mosey to the Poconosey mountains where Joe spent most of his childhood. From Perkins to slowly driving past his childhood home to Camelback Mountain, we laid the memories on as thick as a Pennsylvania pretzel. This is a re-telling of all the little things we did on this weekend getaway, with a few discussions of nostalgia (the merits of Blockbuster video and video game rentals) salt and peppa-ed along the way. You’ll hear the classic vacation struggle story: trying to win a Jewish TY Beanie Baby Lion from a claw machine in a local brewery (it doesn’t end well, oy vey!). We were also in PA during the Superb Owl, but could’ve cared less. Unless, of course, football games were just the mascots fighting, which we think is WAY more interesting. Finally, we let the journey come to a close reflecting on your childhood, memories good and bad, and how this place you once called home helped bring you to where you are today. Thanks for listening, and go EAGLES!
Elmo the Grouch
Callie’s Candy Kitchen was my favorite place growing up the place is amazing just filled with chocolate and candy and owned and run by this sweet old couple I would always go when people came to visit from out of town and it was like the first place I wanted to make sure we went on our trip the place is adorable if you’re ever in the area it’s worth the trip.
I guess that’s it for this one. MOAR on the way sooooon…
nous sommes ravis de vous apporter la deuxième partie de notre spectacle!
Tu ne veux pas écouter?
This part of the episode we talk about going to the Force Academy (when Grace got really aggresive) and Skiing (where they took it seriously) make sillys along the way and come out getting back through the border and visiting a ghost town