BRB Boom 56: Waffle Stomp

It’s time, once again, to put boom in your boom and listen to BRB Boom. This week, Yoshifett reunited with DogsDie and Smelly Pirate, and it feels so good, to chat about shower cleaning, the loss of Mighty Jim Mount and remembering the man that shaped the lives of the hosts.

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  1. I haven’t listened yet, but I’m glad to see the guys are back.

  2. MTaylo050

    It has been a long time since I’ve posted to the forum or even logged into the site, but I could not not say something after listening. This episode was full of real talk and it was fantastic. It just makes me want to reach out and internet hug DogsDie, Smelly, and Yoshi. I know I don’t really know you guys IRL but I’ve been listening to you for close to 4 years now and in a way I feel like I do know you and this episode only furthers that belief. Plus I bought one of the first songs from so I’m almost family right?

    I am sorry for your loss, and I wish I had a opportunity to meet the Mighty Jim Mount. Much love from Canada.

  3. sheezcrafty

    Thanks guys, what you’ve been through makes no sense. Hope doing this can make things a bit better. The podcast was a bit awkward at first, then the waffle stomp conversation happened and I knew everything would be OK.
    There’s nothing that can’t be made better with some laughter.

  4. Incredible to hear the amount of stuff you guys have gone through in such a short span of time. I’m glad to hear your voices again, totally missed you guys so much – I can’t wait to hear the second part of the episode, I was totally invested and interested from the moment it began.

    Keep it real, guys.


  5. thenothingman

    I haven’t had an opportunity to listen to the show but I just wanted to send out my deepest condolences to Dogs and Smelly on their loss. You guys have been greatly missed. I’m sure your faith, family and friends have been a great strength in this difficult time.


    Thanks for all the laughs and joy you guys have provided over the years. Wishing you comfort and peace.

  6. raj

    I listen to the Boooooom on my morning train commute to work. Today, listening to this episode, I had my fellow passengers looking at me like a crazy person as a tear rolled down my face. Hearing you guys speak so openly and lovingly about your father and friend was truly beautiful, Josh included.

    I’ve obviously never met the man, nor any of you, but I’ve been listening to your voices since Panda and to me you’re part of the family. Your loss is tragic, there’s no other word for it and my condolences extend to you all.

    It sounds as though Jim was an amazing man, he lived a wonderful and full life filled with wonderful people. Most importantly though he’s raised some of the most giving people I’ve had the privilege of never meeting and I’m sure he was very proud of you.

    Take care guys and thanks for sharing.

  7. You guys are awesome.  Thanks for the kind words =)


    This episode was incredibly therapeutic to make!

  8. insertfunnyname

    I have been an avid listener to your show for several years now. I picked you guys up after stumbling across the old red show. Brown quickly became my favourite, and provided me many hours of brilliant content for my daily commute and genuinely helped during the trickier times I have personally had in the last few years. I’m devastated hearing about your tragic news, knowing myself personally how hard the death of a parent can be. Stay strong guys, much love to the podcast.

  9. ThaJM

    I’d like to thank you guys for sharing this event with us. Much like Mr Jim Mount made the people around him feel welcome, i feel like you guys treat us boombahs as family.

    Having listened to you guys for so long, i feel like i have a personal connection to you (to some extent). That connection made your experiences with this tragedy have such a resonance within me, moreso than hearing some random guy’s sob story on the new or something.

    I haven’t had to deal with the death of someone close to me, but when i inevitably do, i will keep your words in mind. Thanks again, and stay strong.

  10. Cydler

    First I want to send love to the guys. I can tell by the way you talked you’re lucky to have had a man like that in your lives. And he’s lucky to have had you as well. I’m also glad the gang is back together. And you did not lie, I shed a tear. It’s amazing to be a Boombah and be let in so personally. My condolences.

    I keep thinking about him wanting to see his hand. Is that phantom sensation? I’ve heard of that before, when the last thing someone feels is gripping the steering wheel. Just a thought. Much love to you and yours.

  11. Thanks for all your kind responses, Boombahs! We’re coping well, I think, and it was therapeutic to be able to share our story with the listeners that we have come to know and love over the years. Our dad always pretended that ours was his favorite podcast, even though he never listened to it even once. Classic Mantooth!

  12. PobreWey

    Just listened. I would like you to know i feel you guys like listening to a cousin. You guys are like some family for me. Love you guys. Greetings and a big hug from your amigo from México.

  13. tiita

    sorry about your loss.. here are my heartfelt condolences 


     it’s so sad when things like this happens. 


    glad to hear your voices again 

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