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Daniel has funny stories from his recent keynote speaking engagement at the Mad Anthony Writers Conference.
Overheard: “Our morning event was murder and mayhem. It was a big success!” Said in total seriousness.
— Daniel J. Lewis (@theDanielJLewis) April 4, 2014
Jeremy loses memories through his fingernails.
In response to show 173, Jabberwocky, you Bandersnatch:
I worked at a pizza shop in a college town for a couple years, and our busiest time was after the bars closed on Friday and Saturday nights. To say that the language was inappropriate for a Clean Comedy Podcast, would be an understatement. However, I don’t use foul language, and that was commented on. “You never say bad words, do you?” one of my co-workers asked. Which gave me a great idea.
From then on, whenever it was dramatically appropriate, I would use “bad words” as my bad words.
Part of my job was to escort overly inebriated guests out the front door if they got too excited. It was terrific fun to pull a Neo and dodge a punch from a hammered college kid (so slow a grandma could have dodged it, but I guess it looked impressive). I grabbed the back of his collar, and locked one of his arms up and leaned real close to his ear and growled, “Bad Words!” At which point he stopped struggling and I pushed him through the crowd and out the front door.
So, two take-aways. First, often tone is more important than what is actually said, and second, Daniel, as you are always looking for an excuse to use your karate, I recommend getting a job at an eatery that caters to drunk, hormone filled rowdys, and take the late shift.
Noodles in the News
- Captain Barbosa and Jack Sparrow, Pirate of the Caribbean
- Roz and Mike Wazowski, Monsters Inc.
- Lumiere and Cogsworth from Beauty and the Beast
- Dug and Alpha from Up
- Kaa from The Jungle Book
- Sebastian and Scuttle from The Little Mermaid
- Scar, Pumbaa, and Timon from The Lion King
- Ray from The Princess and the Frog
- Winnie the Pooh and Tigger from Winnie the Pooh
- Pete. Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and Goofy—classic Disney characters
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