Submitted by gooney121 750d ago | podcast

Just Another Anime Podcast Episode 62: Que Sera Sera

Breakthroughs are made this week as Michael finds his true calling in radio and Greg finally admits to liking bad things. The two discuss the anime that have been most influential to them, offering an insight to their creative tendencies and personal lives. Blood lad gets blasted, Monogatari is gushed over, and The Eccentric Family’s future is pondered. Later on, the duo try to ascertain the average size of a goo girl’s privates, but have enough moral standards to not discuss their pasta penes (penne?). All this and more on Just Another Anime Podcast, the official drink of those with palettes slightly too refined for piss. (Anime, Blood Lad, Culture, Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya, Gatchaman Crowds, Love Lab, Monogatari Series: Second Season, Rozen Maiden 2013, Silver Spoon, Uchoten Kazoku)

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