In this episode we get into what’s in the news. Tons of content and expletives, and, oh god what are we doing with our lives
We get a number of visitors to help us celebrate St. Patrick’s Day – The Monopoly guy and Richard Richman!! What a treat!! Add in another interesting cow fact and some sports chatter and you’ve got another classic ep of Cry Laugh Emoji!!
After missing a week, the Cry Laugh boys are back with another hour of riveting content! As usual it’s hard to write these descriptions since we never have a set theme or topic… So just check it out! I’m sure your mom would love it.
This is a… special podcast. We had a rough time finding a flow, but we managed a few jokes. We’ve got a little more old-ass whinnie the pooh, a guide to being an intellect based on modern scientific research, and so much more it’s too much to even put in an semi-unlimited character description.
In this episode Simmons and I really explore our stoner humor. Getting down to the nitty gritty future of Winnie the Pooh. And a bunch of stuttering. Oh boy you’re in for a treat!!! #fakenews
We have podcast favorite Rachel back on to discuss the Super Bowl, British people, and Kenan Thompson. And more!! We also have a Cry Laugh Emoji first: a guest reading some ad copy?!?! Unless it’s happened before, I don’t really remember.
For better or worse we introduce a soundboard to the podcast!!!! We’ve got plenty of tunes n’ toots to keep you on the edge of your seat for a whole hour!
Hey all, we’re back this week with our good friend Stephen Gallen all the way from Minnesota. We talk about video games, Steve and co’s web series “Harbor Shores”, Dana Carvey, vanilla coke, and much more.
You’re never going to believe what time it is, man!
In this episode Mark finally reveals his second Netflix special, which is mostly hilarious apple jokes. Simmons dives deep into the political minute, and also brings an article we talk about. That’s right, buy some children blood for your body for only $8,000! All that and more in this week’s Cry Laugh Emoji Podcast.