Como Does Sake

Just because you’re in Search for Como doesn’t mean you have to smile.

Here’s Matt with a fan at a sake bar in godknowswhere NYC.

The admirer had this to say:

“It was great seeing him, and obviously all my friends and I were completely starstruck, but at the same time it was a little uncomfortable!  He wouldn’t smile for pictures. Not even a half-smile!

And the demands he made!  He insisted that we’d scream (and I mean SCREAM) sake chants and bang on the table as hard as possible each time we’d be about to chug.

He didn’t even do it himself!  He just watched us.  He had so much control.  We all felt like his puppets, and I think that’s exactly what he wanted.  He didn’t even drink the sake…in fact, I’m pretty sure he ordered a gin and tonic.  Who does that at a sake bar? Seriously, who does that?”

As per the fan’s request, I made sure to blur out her face and cover up her name in the above image in order to protect her anonymity.

I know I’m just an intern, and I can’t really speak up and express my opinion, but if she wanted to remain anonymous, it didn’t make much sense for her to have posted this to Facebook for TJ and Mike “like” it.  But, what do I know?

SMI

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PODCAST Episode 27 – I Like Your Tonic/Do You Mind If I Sit?

Matt and Mike go a bit deeper than usual on this podcast. Drunkenly, not philosophically.

The high-and-mighty social media intern tried to stop the two of them from finishing a fifth of gin, but he failed miserably and is now set to receive zero credit/compensation for his summer internship.

Anyway, Matt and Mike get a bit nostalgic and meticulously detail a past night out with the Como gang and its satellite bubs.

This is probably the least focused and directed podcast to date, and, in all honesty, it’s pretty difficult to write any sort of relevant description. The cover image for this podcast should be more than enough.

Search for Como S03E04 on iTunes!

It was a good day…

Matt Lights up the L

Spotted: Como virtuoso, Matt Snyder, racing down the steps to find solace in the L train.

A warm thank you to our dear fan, Jennifer, for sending us this piece of comorazzi, as well as this bit about the experience:

“…It was so amazing seeing one of the Como guys in person.  Matt was just as haughty as I’ve always imagined.  He was dressed in a ton of plaid too, which made me a bit uneasy! I even asked him about it, just jokingly, which I guess Matt took as some sort of insult. He responded by saying, ‘Too much plaid is better than no plaid,’ and then ran down those steps to the train.  It was as if he were feigning for the L train, I don’t know really.  I still don’t understand why he and Mike were so quick to put down New York’s subways, yet praise the L on the most recent podcast. Sometimes it’s better to just be kept guessing, I suppose…”

She’s referring to PODCAST Episode 25 – Old Hispanic Men in Lawn Chairs, but anyway, thanks Jennifer for the email!

Send in your Como pictures, news, etc. to socialmediaintern@searchforcomo.com!

SMI

A Message from Como’s Social Media Intern

Hello Como Community,

You may have been reluctant to read this post because it’s not written by one of the well-known and acclaimed Como ‘big three’ members: Matt, Mike, and TJ.

I’m happy you did, though, as I would like to introduce myself as Search for Como’s social media intern.  From now on, expect me to post blog updates of the crew’s activity, as well as fan-submitted photos of and with the members of Search for Como.

Having said that, if you have any photos of or with any member of Como, or have anything to share that relates to the group’s podcasts, blogs, or general demeanor, then please send it over to socialmediaintern@searchforcomo.com, and if it’s worth sharing to the general public, I’ll be sure to do so.

I’ll leave you with this comorazzi shot someone emailed in earlier today.

Here’s Michael Gioia living by his word from his previous post, “Like, He’s So Mysterious… I Think I Wanna Bang Him.

His #2 Tip to Swoon the Ladies: Build A Candle Collection – “This one is simple. Go out to Bed Bath and Beyond or anywhere that sells Yankee Candles and purchase the big glass jars of both, ‘Midsummer’s Night’ and ‘Mountain Lodge.'”

SMI
socialmediaintern@searchforcomo.com

Drama in Comodise

Because of my status as an established podcast personality for the past eight months, along with becoming a distinguished blogger after my first post several days ago, one must expect that my work has brought about an uproar of praise and infinite admiration from both fans and faithfuls, as well as even some of the toughest internet pundits.

It’d be difficult to argue otherwise. But let me explain further: it would, expectedly, be even more difficult to argue otherwise if one were to come to the studio and see the countless presents and extraordinary gifts shipped from our benevolent fans, or even those left by vacationers who have visited to go on our hands-on, in-studio tour. Continue reading