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Seriously?! Yep… it’s really true. The JabberGuys explore the weird and wacky world we all share where truth is stranger than fiction. Revealing intriguing facts from history and captivating real world stories that are unbelievable, they each share their unique sense of humour and amusing insights to a variety of thought-provoking topics designed to enlighten and entertain.
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Wacky Divorce Stories

Wacky Divorce Stories

2020-11-2640:15

The JabberGuys talk about wacky divorce stories that display the range of human creativity and the depths of just plain devious behaviour.  This podcast will make you laugh, and wonder at the wacky lengths some couples will go to on their way to divorce.Dogs, the innocent bystanders"Hey Susan!"Where's my dog?Burning down the houseThermostat troubleFake lottery ticket leads to divorce“How do you like your coffee?”One square of TP – “I’m listening”What do you mean you don’t like “Frozen”?An open relationship?  That’s news to me.Grown man breast-feeding on his honeymoon?   Not with his bride.99 year-old man divorces his wife of 77 yearsMy wife is possessed by the devilWhere’s your makeup?Visitation rights for the boob jobKarma for the threesomeJunker at the airportWhen is a penis too large?Trump supporter?Carry your own coinsPizza delivery nuclear physicistText me back!Game show revelationVajunka!Visit www.jabberguys.com to subscribe to our podcasts and for trivia based on each episode.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEStart Your Own Quiz Start using quizzes to engage your customers. I’m loving Interact Quiz Builder! Try it for free!Electronic Gift Ideas Explore Amazon's wide selection of ideas for electronic gifts!Amazon Holiday Gift Ideas Explore some great holiday gift ideas from Amazon.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)
What an Idiom

What an Idiom

2020-11-1236:46

The JabberGuys explore a light-hearted look at many phrases and sayings  we all use to describe various situations, but where did these sayings actually come from?  Some of the origins of these common phrases are hard to believe.IDIOM: “Don’t Throw the Baby Out with the Bathwater”OK… so hygiene wasn’t the strongest trait of the people from the 1500’s.IDIOM: “Cat Got Your Tongue?”Feeding the tongues of liars and blasphemers to cats in ancient Egypt.IDIOM: “Saved by the Bell”Truly a gruesome truth of people being buried alive by accident with a string to ring a bell just in case they awoke underground.  Yikes!IDIOM: “Pleased as Punch”This one is especially disturbing about a puppet named ‘Punch’ who was a wife-beating serial killer, and part of the Punch and Judy puppet show.  Watch the 1950 re-enactment and tell me those kids aren’t traumatized for life.(1950): Re-enactmentChildren’s Song: “Ring Around the Rosie”OK kids, let’s all sing a song that references the horrors of the ‘Black Death.’IDIOM: “To Get One’s Goat”We made reference to the ugliest animal alive, The Damascus Goat… you be the judge.IDIOM: “Running Amok”We thought you would enjoy the clip from A Mad Mad Mad Mad World…IDIOM: “Bee Line”Bees were always thought to have traveled in a straight line..... but...Ote enlightens the JabberGuys on British scientists who studied bees trying to solve the Travelling Salesman Algorithm… and the bee ‘Waggle Dance’ communication.Check out the trivia content on our website.Visit JabberGuys.comStart Your Own Quiz Start using quizzes to engage your customers. I’m loving Interact Quiz Builder! Try it for free!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)
Fearsome Flicks

Fearsome Flicks

2020-10-2901:04:43

The JabberGuys revisit some of the scariest movies that had the greatest impact on them over the years.  Along the way you will hear about some of the fascinating behind the scenes trivia for these horror classics.  These are a few flicks from our list of 20 with some links to extra bonus info.  Listen to the Fearsome Flicks episode to hear the rest.TV movies:Trilogy of Terror (1975)Duel (Spielberg’s directorial debut) Cujo: (1983)The Entity: (Spectral rape)It Follows: (2014)The Conjuring: (Bathsheba Sherman)The Thing: (1982 version)Paranormal Activity: (Ouija Boards)  Black Christmas: (1974 version)Alien: (Conopid Fly story from nature)The Omen: (Cursed Production)The Shining: (Kubrick and the Moon Landing)Psycho: (Hitchcock’s 1960 version) (Top 50 villains) #1 and #2?  Listen to Fearsome Flicks to find out all 20 from the list.Visit www.jabberguys.com for trivia and more bonus content.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Blair Witch Movie Collection (2) Blair Witch double feature: 'Blair Witch Project' and 'Blair Witch'True Stories of the Paranormal True tales from experiences with deceased loved ones, to terrifying encounters with demonic forces.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEStart Your Own Quiz Start using quizzes to engage your customers. I’m loving Interact Quiz Builder! Try it for free!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)
Which Witch?

Which Witch?

2020-10-1635:38

Looking into some of the wacky origins of the Halloween season, the JabberGuys uncover the history that makes up this ghostly celebration.  While discussing iconic scary movie references, they do find some disagreement around the reference for sexy movie witches.  Along the way they also reveal some of their own real-life experiences with the paranormal.Segment 1:Origins of Halloween:Samhain, an ancient pagan religious festival with Celtic spiritual rootsTrick or/and Treat originSegment 2: Iconic movie masks:Ghost Face, ScreamMichael Myers, HalloweenQueex enlightens us on the Michael Myers mask connection to William ShatnerJason, Friday the 13th (hockey mask): Reference to hockey goaltender Terry SawchukA goalie in the National Hockey League from 1949-1970 and died at the age of 40 years old… Known for not wearing a protective mask and suffering the scars of too many pucks to the face: (Pic) Segment 3:The JabberGuys recall some of their own haunted theatre experiences.- The old haunted movie theatre (Princess Theatre)- Ote shares some true stories about ghostly incidents at the old theatre- Fire at the theatre verified!Segment 4:What is Halloween without witches?   The JabberGuys remember some famous, sexy, and not-so-sexy witches from the movies.  Well, they don’t all agree on what’s sexy.Queex and Ote recall H.R. Pufnstuff (Youtube intro): Cha professes his ‘affection’ for Margaret HamiltonRemembering the original ‘Green Chick from Star Trek’Segment #5:- The origin of ‘Jack-o-lanterns’ based in Irish folklore-Stingy Jack’s deal with the devil and his fate as… “Jack of the Lantern”Visit JabberGuys.com for trivia and more bonus content.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREETrue Stories of the Paranormal True tales from experiences with deceased loved ones, to terrifying encounters with demonic forces.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)
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