Happy Holidays from The Tipsy Crew! The Christmas season is here and you know what that means… we’re finally covering the story of Jesus’s birth! Let’s be real, Mary was trying to pull the wool over people’s eyes; don’t give me this Immaculate Conception nonsense! If only Maury were around during this time. We chat a bit about the “War on Christmas” and how there have just been too many casualties already. SUPPORT OUR YULETIDE TROOPS. Also: everyone be sure to note that Alex forgot to turn on his mic for the beginning of this episode so make sure to clown him on social media. Veronica was underwhelmed by the Christmas story but you hopefully you won’t be underwhelmed by our drunken antics.
Here's our latest entry in the Moses Saga: 2Moses2Desert. The Israelites have finally made it out of Egypt only to find themselves wandering an uninhabitable desert! Yay! Luckily, God provides the breakfast, lunch, and dinner of champions: quail and "heaven flakes" (Copyright belongs to God). Listen as Veronica is SUPER pissed about slaves having slaves (slaveception) and then Alex, prompted by a discussion of the Netflix movie "Little Evil", tells a bizarre story about what we assume are audio-witches cursing CDs and distributing them for nefarious purposes. This is all real! We swear!
Have you been waiting with bated breath for more stories about Moses and his weird, magical adventures!? Well, you’re in luck! This is part two where the Tipsy Crew talks about the plagues of Egypt. God was kind of a dick, huh? But, according to Veronica, he wasn’t even a very effective dick cause his plagues apparently sucked. Gasp in awe (and disgust) as Veronica details the horrible, horrible plagues she’d inflict if she were God. Let’s be glad that she doesn’t have divine powers…
Awwww yeeeaaaaah! After a long hiatus, the Tipsy Crew is finally getting around to covering Moses, one of the most major players in The Bible and a certified adopted river baby! You may think you know him but did you know he was an expert at uncircumcised fellatio? Probably not, idiot! We cover the very beginning of his journey all the way up to that time God decided that temporary leprosy and snake-sticks were a good way to convince Moses to challenge the Pharaoh. This one’s gonna be a multi-parter so stay tuned for the whole story. We also discuss some things our fans have sent in!