Woah, bet you didn't think I knew how to do roman numerals didya? Well jokes on you, I done figured it out. It's the fourth in our series of duos, so get yourself a pal and get cozy. Chris and Trent talk about favorite flavors and family functions, Matt and Zach discuss professional prospects and puppy procurement, and Collin and Mike close us out with prepared plans and some squishy squeaks. (uhhhh also maybe don't ask why there is a lot of Halloween talk in this episode thx)
Are you one to throw down in the pit? Or would you prefer to sit? We are of course talking about concerts, and how we prefer to take them in. Be it big arena shows or cozy intimate sets, the fellas get together to talk about how live music has impacted their lives.
Also, as our host Collin suggests, please drop us a line and let us know your own stories. We're always excited to get non-robot generated mail so go ahead and hit up firstname.lastname@example.org
Listen, sometimes the names we are given at birth are too formal. Or not descriptive enough. Or impossible to pronounce. In episode 38, the fellas get together to talk about the other monnikers they've accumulated over the years. Some nicknames are earned, forged in teenage comradery. Other nicknames are given, for us to find the meaning in. And a select few just...roll off the tongue.
Your eyes do not deceive you; PQ is back! Sorry for the delay in posting, there's been a lot going on in our lives but we're excited to fall back into your regularly scheduled programming. There also was some audio issues with this one but big shoutout to our boy Chris for helping recover this one. Grab your #2 pencil and your TI-84 because these boys are headed back to school. Class is back in session.
Well well, sit down a spell! Here's a tale for you, of some friends joined in brew. So join our fizzy bubbles, kick back your weary troubles. You're in for a treat, the kind with some goat's feet. Oh wait, have I been rhyming? Jeeze, must be the timing. This episode gets off the rails, but we'll keep you here with our fun tales. (tails? idk enjoy 36 probably has nothing to do with rhymes)
The rumors are true. Now at the ripe age of 35, Pour Quality sets its goal for the Oval Office. In this episode, we figure out what our platform (and/or ramp) is built from. Collin strongly advocates for GameBoy backlights, Matt hypes his public image with the sickest scooter stunts, Mike lobbies for big political sponsor: Cut the Rope, and Trent designs the national uniform. Enjoy the show while you can, you know what Sunday brings...
We admit, you caught us without a formal host again. So you know by now that the hostless shows are a wildcard, and 34 delivers. How? Well, Mike rigs up an elaborate set of bells for his bike, Matt looks to expand Warby Parker's offerings, Chris takes his xylobar to the doctors, and Trent takes the entire show to "enjoy" his crisp cuke bevvie. (Also plz go listen to the new Matt Byers album Tidsoptimist and why not email us?)
I know what you might be thinking. Didn't Mike go on a Europe trip? Well he did and we lost him to a mysterious burger. Only Mïkäël returned, unfortunately. And he hates Brazil. Also in episode 33, Matt moons Italy, Chris catches a chairlift to his hillbilly oasis, Zach invents a puppy litter recycling system, and Trent invites special guest American Paul McCartney onto the show. Also it's worth mentioning there is some, er, light fidget spinner innuendo, obviously.
You know how sometimes you wonder about Harry Potter macroeconomics? Well, we did, at least briefly. Also in episode 32, there are some very exciting announcements. Like big ones. And maybe some, er, minor discussion about a certain rotary based plaything. Just minor though, definitely not a whole episode about the spin-n-sit (aka SPANNERZ).
Hot off of doubles and back into our regularly scheduled programming, the boys are back at it again with episode 31. This week, we get the lead out of foot and nitro boost an automotive discussion. There will be skidding over bridges, pimping of the Fit, white knuckling over black ice, snapping of axels, and the making of the choicest drift.