Geek Speak 33: Butt Kryptonite

Hello and welcome to this very special episode BRB Geek Speak in which we answer questions that you (the lovely listeners), have sent to us. Thank you so much for all your lovely words for our Geek Speak-aversary. We got carried away talking about Deadpool on that episode, and as we felt that your questions needed to be answered in considered manner without pressures of time, this episode is dedicated almost entirely to them!

Lauren, Monica and Alex talk about:

  • Time-Waster of the Week: Quiplash (available PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Fire OS).
  • We also talked about Street Fighter V… briefly. For those curious, here’s female armor bingo.
  • How do we roleplay in video game RPGs? (Thanks to King William of Butt-topia for the question!)
  • If Monica was to create a comic based on us, what would be our super powers and weaknesses? (Thanks Diarmuid for the question!)
  • What are our favorite anniversary episodes? (Thanks Aurochs for the question!)
  • We talked about good and bad movie / TV show adaptations. (Thanks Q?! for the question!)
  • Are we Team Cap or Team Iron Man? (Thanks Will for the question!)

Thanks you lovely Geek Peeps for giving our little show a listen, we really appreciate it. Did you know that you can download this butt-laiden episode by clicking HERE to receive a lovely MP3 of the show? You can also subscribe via iTunes, RSS feed or Stitcher and get all our new shows delivered automatically as they’re released.

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  1. King William of Butt-topia

    Evening, ladies.
    You’ve, not to my recollection, mentioned the sort of bands you listed to.
    What sort of music do you like and what is the last album you listened too by choice?

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