Things get very real in this post. Surprise!
Episode 27 of the Enigmatic Monster Project Podcast, “Nepotism Is Real, Shut Up”, is here to fill your day with the ramblings of your favourite co-hosts.
They talk about problems at work, problems obtaining work, bad ideas, good titles, Jon’s hatred of Sudbury, the lie of being overqualified for jobs and how you always bring a gift to Diaper Parties or else you look like a jerk.
Keep it monstrous, everybody.
They’ve kept you waiting long enough, have another episode of the EMP Podcast!
Jake and Jon discuss their lives, their terrible jobs, movies they’ve seen, internet hatred and more! You can’t afford to miss yet another thrilling conversation between these two pals so download the latest episode right now.
Jon discussed two topics, both projects of YouTube phenomenon LittleKuriboh.
The first one, We’re Still Here, is a personal project wherein he openly discusses his constant struggle with depression. A wonderful series of videos where he first talks about something that makes him happy and then handles an aspect of depression, such as suicidal thoughts or feeling like he doesn’t matter. The series is a way for him to help not only himself, but others who deal with depression (or those would simply like an honest look into what a person with said problem goes through).
Secondly, The Mark Remark, is a comedic satire show where LittleKuriboh (aka Martin) does a funny voice, stands in front of a green screen and hilariously runs through the current WWE product, from RAW, SMACKDOWN! and even PPVs. Watch as he cuts apart terrible commentary, in-ring botches and sometimes takes a little break to go to a theme-park. No need to be a fan of pro-wrestling to enjoy it, the show is jam-packed with humour for everybody (though also occasional swearing, so watch at your own risk).
Keep it monstrous, everybody!
UNDERSELLING THE MURDER HOUSE (EMPODCAST #24)
Your favourite do-nothing co-hosts are back at the behest of Theo in the latest episode of The EMP Podcast. Jake and Jon talk about the dangers of renting a certain apartment, crap jobs, money and relationships among many other topics for your probable enjoyment.
This time, due to the fantastic(ally terrible) editing skills of co-host Jon,
the classic theme song “Demon Tied to A Chair in My Brain” by Dax Riggs is back!
Unfortunately, still no video editing software, so no Youtube video. Which is bad.
But there’s a tantalizing .zip file with the MP3 of the episode in it on MediaFire just waiting to be downloaded. Which is good! Now download it and maybe the mild Simpsons references will stop* ruining these posts.
Enjoy and keep it monstrous, everybody.
*they will/can never stop
Air Quotes Strategy
Episode #17. Theo is out to lunch — feasting on the dreams of mortals — so this is Jake filling in to keep you posted with the latest from your Enigmatic Monster team.
EMPodcast episode 16. Theo Monster is not impressed. But is he ever? The Jake human gets in trouble, birds sing, the sun shines . . . And all of those nice things . . .
Kaiju Roars & Reality Sores
EMPodcast episode 15. Thanks for the wait! Theo Monster loves you! Blah, blah, blah . . .
Back with another glorious episode in tow, you hosts with the most Jake and (more importantly because he writes the descriptions and is just so great) Jon wax poetic on all manner of subjects this week. Including (but not limited to):
– the launch of Volume 1 of Enigmatic Monster in free PDF form
– video games (including Pokemon cruelty, the new consoles and Max Payne 3 shenanigans)
– the positives of using spooky masks in cover designs
– how Enigmatic Monster will be continuing from the release of the PDF of Vol. 1
– The Witch Dream that Jon had a while ago that they may have already mentioned
– why you shouldn’t mispronounce UFC fighter’s names on purpose (hint: it has to do with angering friends and physical violence)
Also included in the episode are Jacob’s terrible joke, nervous laughter and much, much more!
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So again, please enjoy and remember:
Keep it monstrous!