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DeadGirlSuperstar

PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:23 am
by DeadGirlSuperstar
K, Hi...

Honestly I d/led a couple episodes a few years back and was kinda ehhh... But last weekend I had eye surgery and I was forbidden to read, use the computer or watch TV for 48 hours, so I basically slept and listened to Bone's Lair. I am now missing at least 20 IQ points (Thank you JC) and partially deaf in one ear (Thanks again, JC). That being said, I think the show is hilarious and will probably end up getting me fired, even though I listen on my headphones. The debauchery doesn't need to be heard, I think my co-workers can just feel it emanating from my ipod. I guess that means you're doing a good job, guys!

Re: DeadGirlSuperstar

PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2012 5:36 pm
by J.C.
Welcome. and You're welcome.

Re: DeadGirlSuperstar

PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:06 pm
by Bone
Welcome (back) to our madness!
Glad your enjoying the show. It's come a long way in the last couple of years

Where are you from?

Re: DeadGirlSuperstar

PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2012 8:51 am
by DeadGirlSuperstar
I'm from Montreal - living proof that not all your international listeners are spambots!

Here's a fun fact about Quebec most americans don't know: we use catholic sacraments as swear words. Tabernacle, chalice, wafer/host, pyx, and sacrament (tabarnak, calisse, ostie, ciboire, et sacrament) are the most frequently used, but if you really get going you can throw in a baptism or a Moses for emphasis. We interject them randomly where you would use a normal swear in english, so it's not unusual to hear something like this : "Sacrament! My tabernacle of a chalice-y boss will wafer fire me if I'm pyxing late again!" (This is a literal translation from the french version) We also string them together in non-sensical series, so you could get something like " My wafer of tabernacle of chalice of christ!" Hundreds of years of catholic oppression will do that to you.

Edited to add : You can also smoke pot pretty much anywhere outside (it's not legal, it's just not very illegal), and you can touch the strippers. A no-contact (aka "american style") lap dance costs almost nothing, but you have to find a girl who'll do it. Most of them feel it's not worth their time, cause if you're so cheap that you're asking for a no-contact dance, it's probably not a good sign.

I have a question for anyone still reading the forums, i guess. Where should I start listening to the show? Should i go back, start from the beginning and give the early episodes another shot, or is there really a point where you could say "it got awesome HERE"? For the hosts, do you guys have favorite episodes? What would be on your "best of Bone's Lair" list?

I listened to episode 83 last night and i woke up this morning humming "Whole Lotta Love."

Re: DeadGirlSuperstar

PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 5:39 pm
by Bone
Good place to start would be episode #42 - Rule 13
It's kind of a introduction to the show for late joiners to the show. There are some good episodes before that one but thats a good place to start.
A few of my personal favorite episodes in chronological order

11- Shotgun Bukkake
29 - Baaa means no
50 - Cornhole Porpoise
63 - Lactation for Lubrication
66 - Magic Cloak of Police Deception
69prt 1 - If I can Grab it I will
69prt 2 - Sexy in Stereophonic
79 - Craigs List Dating Fail

Lots of other great shows through the whole run, these are just a few that come to mind as some of my personal favorites
Any shows the Twisted Hillbillies are great stuff

Re: DeadGirlSuperstar

PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 7:47 pm
by TorresLLNM
I always enjoyed "Meat Massacre". It was my first exposure to Bone's Lair.

There are certainly funnier episodes out there, but that one sticks with me.

Re: DeadGirlSuperstar

PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2012 1:50 am
by ExPro
Welcome ^_^

Re: DeadGirlSuperstar

PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:54 am
by RayWen
I think JC has a collection of those lost IQ points in his pants.