SBFC 092

Post Apocalyptic T-pose Culture

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Length 2:57:55
Date May 11, 2015
Previous Slurping from the Vats
Next Children Are Encouraged to Jump From Their Karts
“Company X can look at podcast title Y and have all the amount to shut us down.” — Matt

Post Apocalyptic T-pose Culture is the ninety-second episode of the Super Best Friendcast.

About Edit

An attempt is made to chronicle the downward spiral of the company formerly known as Konami.
— Podcast description

Quotes Edit

Company X can look at podcast title Y and have all the amount to shut us down.
— Matt
I also should not be trusted about...
— Pat
— Matt
They're like, 'Hey, can you bring me eight X?', and you bring them eight X and they're like, 'Thanks. I'll use them on my wife.'.
— Liam
Hey do you want to come over to my house and play fighting games. Not suspicious. Honest.
— Pat
Got stick, will fight. That's a great name for anything.
— Matt
I wanna point out that some of these e-mails are not good. I know, surprising.
— Pat
I read the comics and I like them but I'm still too much of a shit to say I like comic book.
— Pat
Pat, you should check that out 'cause you start with your primary fetish.
— Liam about Toren
But you might not like the ending though.
— Woolie
She's too old. She becomes eight.
— Liam
We all can't talk. It's not a secret.
— Woolie
When big releases happen and I'm really excited I go, 'Holy shit I better not die.'
— Matt

Letter Time Edit

Q: Will there ever be a point where you share your political and ideological views on the podcast? from Paranormalist

  • Matt: No. We run a channel where people yell at us for not liking a game.
  • Pat: I always vote for the Secret Nazi party that's always on the ballot.
  • Woolie: Fucking no!
  • Liam: No.

Zaibatsu Watch Edit

  • Matt: Global Wars and a date with Takahata 101
  • Pat: Scholar of the First Sin and FF XIV
  • Woolie: New York trip and Don't Turn Off the Dark
  • Liam: Broken Age and Toren

Trivia Edit

  • The music used in the outro is "Prayer" from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.