Sometimes it’s hard to concentrate, because He is always there with me. Not in a creepy way, I should say. People always assume that’s what I mean, and I get it. Looking at him, looking at him with no context that is, you’d be forgiven for thinking some pretty unflattering stuff. He’s old-looking, and He always has been, that’s the weird part. Nobody really knows what He looked like when He was young, and I can’t even picture it, even …
COLINDALE, London — A local man’s week has been turned upside-down by the revelation that the boring movie his girlfriend is watching is actually just the first episode of an extended mini-series. James Hunter, 26, was reportedly “devastated” by the realisation, adding that his entire week had been upturned by the news. James had made plans to use the living room TV that very afternoon, but has since had to abandon any hope of that, with the screen now sure …
In which Declan has flexed his writing muscles, Isaac takes us on a tour of the world’s greatest corrugated-iron based accommodation, and both get surprisingly genuine towards the end.
In which Declan goes on a journey of self-discovery, Isaac has wrenched some slime-covered content from the swamps of the Imagiporium TM, and both make sure the listenership know exactly how free this content is.
In which Declan wants to cuck a prudish pilot, Isaac wants his friends’ heads digitally spliced onto his cyber corpse, and both scrape the bottom of The Content Barrel.
In which Declan has been letting the juices flow, Isaac confesses to another love, and both navigate the choppy waters of romance this Valentine‘s.
In which Declan discovers his super-heroic destiny, Isaac chats a lot about something called a Cum-Tap, and both try to avoid mentioning the Oscars.
In which Declan brings along some OC clickbait, Isaac learns about the true flexibility of toast, and both get schooled in the humble Art of Grustling.
In which Declan introduces the world to Wayne, Isaac makes sordid use of onomatopoeia, and both get off on some sordid fiction.
In which Declan is single-handedly guilty of losing Hendon, Isaac is obsessed with “gravy”, and both are back in town.
In which Declan is press-ganged into illegal dentistry by a party member, Isaac finds himself (once again) compared to The Lord, and both explore the highs and lows of electioneering.