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  • TurnerBurn FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Funnier in editing.

    4 months ago

    I would just like to point out, because James isn't here to do it, the person who did the Watchmen photoshop googled him.

  • CapriCornetto FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Amy

    4 months ago

    Yup Elyse, in school whenever I bought up anime or something people would be like- "You watch cartoons STILL?" and I would just sigh and go "yeah, very violent definitely not for kids cartoons where my favorite characters die every three episodes very gorily and screaming." or whenever I read manga in class there would be the "why are you reading the book backwards?". But then after a while I guess they realised comics and nerdom and stuff was just part of me and it wasn't a big deal- it didn't make me stand out. A few people even asked me for recommendations (whether they were serious idk). 



    • lootsorrow FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      4 months ago

      grats on getting a monkey-sign-language joke involving you on screen this ep! I'm so jealous :(

    • CapriCornetto FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Amy

      4 months ago

      Literally the minute Lawrence pulled up the drawing I was like: 'oh no- they're gonna do the thing, aren't they?'

  • robobagpiper FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    On the weight loss question: I've lost 90 lbs over the last 18 months, with 15 more to go (my hand was forced by a type II diagnosis at the tender age of 45, but I'm now close to being officially in remission.  And yes, I know I'm on the older side of the viewer demographic; so I can say to you younguns, 'don't you be like me!'). 

    My experience is pretty damned close to Lawrence's, so I endorse his comments 100%. I've also used a Fitbit to track both calories and food on the app, and I make sure to enter immediately anytime food touches my mouth, because Lawrence is right - you will lie to yourself. Exercise helps a lot, mainly to get your calorie budget to a reasonable level and still maintain a deficit, but without restriction and food tracking, you'll keep eating until you're sated.

    The problem with self-control is that our hunger/satiety system has a couple hundred million years of vertebrate evolution behind it - that's not something 50,000 of sapience can override easily. Changing behavior is really essential so you have better patterns to help you succeed.

    One really important thing is cut out sweeteners, artificial or natural. Learn to live with less sweet - they mess with your ability to feel sated. It's a big barrier to getting healthy.

    • Griffin_ZA FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Edmund

      4 months ago

      Congrats on the 90 lbs! and good luck with the last 15 :)

  • krobb1290 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold krobb1290

    4 months ago

    I work at a grocery store based out of Cincinnati and if you sell alcohol to an underage person, you will be fired and possibly fined up to $250. The store can also lose their liquor license. Also the police will send in underage teens to try and buy alcohol to make sure stores are requiring they're employees to check ID's.

  • CyberLambo101 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    This question is for the next Post Show


    I worked overnight at a retail store for about 2 years and would occasionally come across a penny at least once a week located in weird places like it was some sort of easter egg hunt. I roughly found about 30 pennies. The strange part is that it would only be just that one coin I find and nothing else throughout the remainder of the shift. I also gathered that I would only find them when I felt certain emotions like self-worth and lost. I couldn't help but think of it being a superstition and decided to look more into it. Turns out that it's a sign that there's a spirit or guardian that's trying to get my attention. I'm agnostic and yet I feel that just because we don't physically see something doesn't mean that it's not entirely out of existence. 


    Guess what I'm trying to ask is have any of you guys experience something superstitious in your lives? Are they noticeable once you do certain things that triggers them?

  • HalfBakedPaul FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    On the tattoo ink. If Joel's friend patents the ink he would have to reveal the formula. If he doesn't it stays a secret, Like WD-40.

  • WickedSeven FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold TheWickedZach

    4 months ago

    Water, staying hydrated also helps with your diet as we associate being thirsty with hunger as well.

  • Darkangel484 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    As far as the obesity comments, I think Elyse hit the nail on the head because someone may not realize they have binge eating disorder and it may be best to go to a therapist and if you do get diagnosed it might be best to possibly see about going to an eating disorder specialist. 

  • Brayden___ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    I find it quite interesting that most people who grow up to be 'interesting' or just creative/likeable people often have similar stories of having strange or quirky interests and having to navigate the social obstacles that go with that, and as I get older I'm not sure if this is just everyone being weird and hiding it differently or if that experience that many of us felt in school really would go on to shape your character so drastically. It would make sense I suppose, in a forced sink or swim scenario. All I know is that going into my last year of high school to begin 2016 I made a conscious decision to just try and be happy, and I think people who aren't shitty and also comfortable with themselves resonate with that and find it easier to socialise with you, and this probably just comes with maturity across your age group which you have no control over. I'm 18 and at uni now and people are definitely more relaxed because nobody gives a shit. If you feel kind of stressed by that pressure of your interests, just mediate your excitement and be friendly and you should be fine with most people. Not sure if that's just Aussie culture, but I found that worked for me personally. 

  • sfs93

    4 months ago

    Growing up through highschool was a weird time for me, I had already developed that sense of confidence about what I liked and not feeling attacked when people put down my interests or hobbies, but with that I just never shared anything about myself, not because I was afraid of judgment but because I just really didn't care what anyone thought. I had no reason to show or tell people things about myself, so I just didn't. I think while it's super important not to get dragged down by the people who put your interests in the mud, you need to take some pride in what you enjoy and share what you care about, because you might end up making connections with people who share those passions.

  • ytrahne FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Guardian x6

    4 months ago

    I wonder who else in the audience then adjusted their posture with that posture question.  I did and instantly cracked a couple vertebrae.

  • TheOzymandiass FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    That ending where Elyse goes to hug James just rejuvenated me for the rest of the year. If only they cut three seconds later, I may have achieved immortality. 

  • ProdigalBun FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    Bruce, I thrust my hand up in defence of gaping vaginas. The ability to go to town without injury is a rarity in my experience so I'll gladly take those lest the rest shun them.

  • Axerty FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    to the Australian leaving the comment about 15 y/o's drinking. It's the same in New Zealand, no one really bats an eye at kids drinking at a house party but it's most definitely a problem. 


    I don't know how that guy is oblivious to the fact that binge drinking is pretty rampant because teenagers don't know moderation and are consistently black out drunk any time they touch alcohol. 

    We have entire TV shows based around cops that have to deal with drunk young people specifically. Both Australia and New Zealand have these shows.


    I don't know the statistics but here in New Zealand alcoholism is kind of a normal thing, we have the classic pubs and taverns that I guess we adopted from being a British colony. My dad and all my friends dads days were basically work until 12, go to the pub until 2 for lunch, work until 5, go to the pub for dinner, drive drunk home at 10pm and yell at family, repeat the next day.


    Then kids see that growing up and turn 15, ask their parents to buy them alcohol for parties. Parents think "well my parents bought me alcohol" and do it and the cycle keeps going.


    I think 18 is too young for the legal drinking age here, just based on all the dumb fucking 18 year olds I see out at clubs and throwing up in the street every weekend.

    • Axiom_Bias

      4 months ago

      I think you hit the nail on the head, but I don't think the drinking age is to low, I think the driving age is. Why the hell would you make drinking legal the same age as driving? But yes, there is a massive problem with underage drinking, but those stats have dropped tremendously the last few years, same with smoking stats. I think my generation were almost the last heavy drinking teens, but almost no one I know drinks that much anymore at all. Also, pubs in Australia have changed as well, no one my age or a little bit older goes to the pub hits it hard and drives home anymore, pub culture is dead, even in my small home town. People in Melbourne like drinking at home with friends away from dickheads and cops, and if they do go out its to a specific event that they know is good with that kind of stuff. 

    • Jacktclark FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      4 months ago

      I guess i have just been in a sheltered friend group when I would have with my friends it wasn't a party it would just be a small group of us playing games and have maybe two drinks each. We wouldn't get drunk or binge even after turning 18 it would stay the same we didn't go out to get hammered just play games and have a few drinks. As for the shows again just me being ignorant and sheltered I haven't seen them. I haven't been exposed to anyone who has suffered first hand or any level from alcohol abuse, so personally I don't feel strongly about it hence why I asked the question. (My attitude towards this is not saying that the things you mentioned aren't issues just not something I am exposed to.)

  • plofisto777 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    Jun's Kitchen is awesome! Glad Adam enjoys that channel as well!

  • MilesTheGreat FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Zinc Saucier

    4 months ago

    Honestly, I don't care what joel wants just make him stay at funhaus

  • JarrydBracke FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    You don't shave your ass hair. That's setting yourself up for a bad time. You TRIM your ass hair. Then you still get the air flow without the uncomfortable sieve-shitting. 

  • JSebastian FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    I hear alot of questions on here about losing weight and every time i think someone might bring up keto but they don't. I was a fat fuck, tried everything, nothing worked etc. tried ketosis (forcing your body to find alternate sources of energy using a low carb high fat diet) and the weight just fell off. I could eat a large amount of food and still drop weight as long as it was low in carbs. Found a low carb cake recipe and bread recipe for my quality of life. Ask your doctor fist if your unsure obviously, but seriously, if your fat and don't know what to do, do keto.

  • sirchadly FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    I think the dude soup post show is my favorite funhaus series. Its the perfect combo of funny bits, q&a (with honest answers and joke answers) and great fan art. Every episode makes me laugh and Im always satisfied with it.

  • JCS FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    4 months ago

    "Q & Hey" is such a great name!