Joel has retired from not-drinking, so the boys are having a great time. We hear about a conversation at the store about our strong beer, and Nick brought something weird mystery item for Joel to eat and so he’s nervous. Nick tells a story with no punch line, brings in the mystery food, and Joel’s reaction may surprise you. Maple Leaf is too good for balogna and vienna sausages all of a sudden, people are getting stoned at family Christmas events, and we think everybody needs to get back to the real meaning of Christmas: getting drunk with your family and friends. Joel talks about Santa’s unfairness, the Newfoundland English School District screwed over a bunch of helpless children through Operation Christmas Child, and sushi is popular in Labrador. We end with Joel being a news anchor telling us about a baby being born in a parking lot.
According to Frito-Lay in 2015, Ruffles All Dressed was its best-selling potato chip flavour in Canada, particularly popular among young men.
Although challenging to pick out the specific ingredients or describe the taste, All Dressed is known to be a delicious mashup of popular flavours like Ketchup, BBQ, Sour Cream & Onion, and Salt & Vinegar, along with a blend of spices. Items commonly displayed on All Dressed packaging include a vinegar bottle, garlic, a tomato, a red pepper, and an onion.
For many years, All Dressed were only available in Canada. After a brief trial-run in 2015, Frito-Lay announced that Ruffles All Dressed would be made permanently available in the U.S. market.
In our opinion, Ruffles is the gold standard when it comes to All Dressed. However, since we love spending wisely, we wanted to find out how the other brands compared. Could we find an off-brand All Dressed chip that competes with Ruffles for a better price?
Have you ever hitchhiked? We talk to Corey who hitchhiked all the way to St. John’s from Halifax and back again! There’s another food recall and it’s easy to guess what it is (or maybe not, since Nick couldn’t)… Joel thinks the news is trying to start a controversy over a platform that was left downtown after the Christmas parade was canceled. We examine a homemade skeet weapon and then get on the hot topic of a weed store downtown that opened and was subsequently shut down. We talk about Dannyland, and then peace out until next time.
Contains explicit content.
Labour day weekend special! “Travis” is our guest this week. Joel is wearing a hat that the boys don’t like. We share some fun stories of shoe shopping and some downtown stuff that’s happened during the last 4 nights in a row of Joel getting on the beer. There is a lot of swearing in this show, mainly from Joel who really got into the beer. We have a great discussion about downtown food options, including the hot dog carts. Huge disappointment this weekend with the Selena Gomez show not going ahead. That’s sad. We try to get some phone calls but it gets broken and it’s not going well. We finally chat to our friend Andrew who kind of helps set up the phone. Nick makes fun of the shirt Joel is wearing (again) .. Andrew says it’s a sausage party and we need some females. Well, that’s a good point. Joel has way too many beers to do much else, we chat about guns briefly, and then the dude who went on a date and got robbed. People do silly things for love! It’s time to wrap it up so the boys call it quits and see you next time.