#DontKickAChair #PalNaish (#NotSubjectToChange) #QualityMeats (#SorryActuallySorry)
Noah opens with some announcements – #DontKickAChair, Pennies, Pallers, have an RRGT and go F2F. etc. Rory says “#PalNaish, Adam put it down,” but actually it’s another rare DVK hashtag, because he makes it a hashtag before Rory does. They go through some National Days: It’s National Lemon Chiffon Cake day and an audience member actually knew what it was because they heard it on a podcast. Also, National Nevada Day and National Vietnam Veteran’s day. A nice #SAGA chant. Apparently Rory starts to raise his hand for a countdown and DVK thinks he’s doing a Nazi salute “I got so excited I became a White Nationalist.” Finally some closure on the Mystery in Manhattan story as Bronwyn who wrote the letter is at the show and they rehash the entire story. DVK makes #NotSubjectToChange an unofficial hashtag because Bronwyn wrote it in her letter. DVK busts into a spot on Ira Glass impression. Bronwyn mentions that they went to Quality Meats and an audience member audibly goes “ugggghhhh!” which eventually gives us the #QualityMeats. Rory decides that the woman in the Air BNB was using it to fuck for 4 hours. DVK mentions that at any point in time every person in NYC is no further than 4 feet from a rat. The guys go into the audience to meet some Pallers. Rory meets a guy, Keelin, in the audience who gives massages in people’s homes and says “I have two penis stories.” Nick who works in hospital IT is set up with Keelin as a pen pal, and they will share the other penis story and CC Rory and DVK on it. The first letter is about a guy whose mom sends him weird texts, including the entire lyrics to The Eagles’ “Desperado.” Rory and DVK want him to respond with some other lyrics, Rory says maybe death metal, but DVK offers “Shoop” by Salt ‘n Pepa (missed opportunity for Rory to say “The Thong Song”). The second letter is from a guy named Adam who says he’ll take a bullet from Rory. They get into a discussion about sarcasm and being genuine and coming off like an asshole. Rory talks about being out and getting mad at parents who put a screen in front of their kid. They then move into a lengthy discussion of raising kids and being a good parent, and trying to be a better person.