Como misses the good old days when couples met in the back of a Honda Accord behind a diner after a syrupy, sexually-charged 3am breakfast. 1 in 3 people meet online now, and though we would like to keep it old-fashioned, Como comes to terms with what the 21st century dating game has to offer.
Matt and Mike show off their story telling prowess during this new Fabulists entry. This one is an introspective look into the endless intricacies of an organized, fanciful orgy. Wear your best clothes and come in with an open mind.
Matt and TJ talk materialism and the rush behind shoplifting. Matt ponders the pros and cons of pocketing a nice pair of shades and TJ dreads fighting the crowds on Christmas Eve. In the end, they discuss how American culture is the reason behind the rampant obsession with shopping and consumption in this country. Air Jordan’s are just Air Jordan’s.
Matt and Mike are once again dissatisfied. They call out trigger-happy mothers, yahoo news post enthusiasts, and the NRA. Somehow, by some sort of odd inconsistency, they end up defending child predators. Como gets weird.
Matt and Mike intended on recording a Declaration of Dissatisfaction on parties, but they instead became raconteurs, as they wove together clever anecdotes and sensational narratives in this new segment entitled, “The Fabulists.”