The infamy of Spring Break is well known and Jordan and Felix are here to talk about it. Speaking broken Spanish, eating copious amounts of garlic bread, buying all products sold by Suzanne Somers... you know, normal Spring Break stuff.
Obviously, a couple of bad boys like Jordan and Felix know all about consequences. Come hear all of our stories from the clink (and, by that, I mean listen to how we forged report cards, stuffed our bodies with garbage food, and disobeyed our parents).
No one likes chores but unless you live in a disgusting pit of filth, they are a natural part of life. From the basics like dishes and yard work to more complex tasks like sweeping a frickin’ chimney, Felix and Jordan get down and dirty to cover it all.
We're more adept at running from our problems than for health purposes, but that doesn't mean we won’t comment on exercise in general. Was it better as kids with our grass-stained feet and, frankly, too much energy? Or is it better in the present now that we know the true benefits?
Everybody takes in information and synthesizes it in a different way. Some are visual learners, some are tactile learners, some come up with excuses as to why they shouldn't have to learn just to become another cog in the government’s system, right, brah? Wait, what were we talking about? #Legalizeit
Sugary cereals, cartoons, your own personal house servant who cooked for you every morning... These are all relatable experiences, right?
Sure, job titles change drastically as we get older and into our careers, but has our perspective regarding these positions changed overall? Also, one of us went to a job interview in flip-flops...
No one ever stops wanting to be liked, but popularity inherently carried so much more weight when we were teens. What drastic measures did people adopt in order to climb that social ladder? And how have those pressures changed with the inception of internet?
When exactly did the focus of Valentine's Day change from free candy to smooching that sweetie of yours? Come along as we dive back in and navigate the tricky expectations surrounding the most romantic day of the year.
Whether you're anxiously laying in bed with your mind playing tricks on you, out with your friends making drunken mistakes, or fighting crime in the shadows as a masked vigilante, things always seem to get more interesting after dark.
Social Awkwardness, exercise, jeans that aren't broken-in yet... with so many things in this world that are uncomfortable, it's no surprise humans have developed so many habits to make themselves feel better again. So kick back, grab a drink, take your pants off and get comfy—this is a good (long) one.
Being two grown men with sweet tooths (sweet teeth?) can be difficult in such a health conscious world, but does that mean desserts were better overall as kids?
New Years is always a time of new adventures blossoming on the horizon. Maybe we set some new goals. Maybe we start a new tradition. Maybe we resurrect Dick Clark to co-host the show. ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN.
Considered by many to be "the most wonderful time of the year," Jordan and Felix talk about various holiday traditions, ruining the secret of Santa, and the most expensive Christmas tree EVER before finally deciding once and for all if the holiday is better as a kid or as an adult.
Considered by all to be at least the third most important meal of the day, lunch has changed a lot from the grade school days of brown paper bags and Ninja Turtles lunchboxes. But does that mean it's better?
HAIL CAPITALISM. From the time of Neanderthals to the age of Amazon Prime, Jordan and Felix jump into the various ways and reasons we buy stuff.
What is it about certain parties that makes them so great? The booze? The subtle social nuances? The fact that Jordan's dad is Hagrid from Harry Potter?
Get ready for everything family, feast, and rare crab allergy-related.
Yo, girl. Are you an animated movie from my childhood? Because, while I liked you at first, I've come to realize you are actually weird and scary and make me very uncomfortable.
Because all of you were asking for a detailed guide to fake vomit attacks that will get you out of school and/or work… What’s that now? What do you mean, ‘Literally no one asked for that’?