I know you aren't reading this looking for a rant, but isn't the word "roommate" just weird? Even putting aside the uncomfortable connotations of the word "mate" in American English, roommates are usually sharing an apartment, not a room. So why aren't they called "apartmentmates"? Or "apartmates" for short? Something like that. The British have the right idea calling it "flatmate", but the Americans just insist on using weird terminology.
We could have used this description to mention how this episode is about fan fiction but we're just so super excited that we have a third (long distance) brother on this thing that we ran out of room. Sorry for not properly describing the content of the episode. If we had more space we would have. I'm sure you understand.
For as long as people have been talking about things, there has been language. And what better way to delve into its rich history than to touch on it briefly in one segment and then move on to "Still happening"?
Space, the final frontier. These are the ramblings of a long distance brotherhood. Their continuing mission to explore strange new topics, to seek out new jokes and new awkward moments, to boldly go where no one ever wanted to go before…
This podcast has become far more successful than we had intended, and that's stressful, so we researched ways to make large portions of our audience stop liking us. Turns out, talking about religion is good for that!