The boys are back (or they will be soon). New recording session took place at North South Collide HQ earlier this week, but this is the last of the old lot. Please excuse the dated references.
Josh, amongst other thigs, pontificates on the benefits of the Taiwan airline disaster on the price he had to pay for a plane ticket. His views are NOT endorsed by management.
“I’d rather be clueless then just think, oh, it’s going to be alright’ – Well good news Josh, you are.
The boys are back in clipped fashion.
Sorry about the minute’s silence at the beginning of last week’s podcast, this has now been fixed and updated for our avid fan base (Messrs Perry and Yates).
Enjoy some more nonsense this week with comments such as: “I don’t mind not seeing…”
“I’ll take that as personal” – Josh’s reply in a testy interchange between the boys as things get tense.
Lad alert: They’re back, and better than ever – apologies for sleight discrepancies in regard to the relevance of topics covered – this was recorded pre-xmas ’14.
“Half the recruiters I approached for a job thought i’d worked in texaco…the petrol garage” – Josh on the state of English geographical knowledge.
Sorry for the wait. Enjoy.
Comme Des Garcons – dypublishing
The lads are back at it. Pontification on Josh’s time in America and a quick recount of October 31st included.
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“No-one will think it’d happen, return of the king, crown on my head” – Josh, on his return to a life of mystery shopping.
Not really, but still, enjoy the session.
Reaction to Josh’s book, the peaks the troughs, and the bits of the udder in between.
“Some people thought we might not come back…”
“Well, it’s not good is it?” – Josh and Dylan’s sheer honesty on the poor quality of this podcast.
Don’t let that put you off though, there’s a new sound effect in use (again).
STOP THE PRESS! It’s returned! The boys are back in town with an all new podcast for your ears to please themselves to.
See if you can spot the sound of beer cans being cracked open mid-recording. As we like to remind you continuously throughout this series, standards, and quality accorded to the North South Collide podcast in general, is very much average at best.
“They’d listen to 5 minutes of this podcast and you’d be unemployable, pal” – Josh, on the impact of the podcast on the success of Dylan’s employability.