In which we demonstrate momentarily, a total lack of knowledge about fictional butlers. But yes, we work out the opposite of square-headed mechanoids, of number plates, and of snooker. Are we right? Probably not.
This week, on the podcast of opposites, we work out the opposite of basketball. That means some discussion about the origins of basketball too, which is a fun story. Then we work out the opposite of worms, and the opposite...
Rawr. We’re a dinosaur. Well, we work out the opposite of one anyway. And also the opposite of a podcast (how meta), and the opposite of a cat treat. Are we right? Probably not.
Iszi has a new podcast, and it’s all about dinosaurs. Here’s a trailer, which you should listen to, then go and subscribe to Terrible Lizards and listen to the first two full episodes. The first one is about the T-Rex....
What’s the opposite of the Red Arrows? What’s the opposite of reading? And what’s the opposite of those little flavour sachets you get in dried noodles? Only one way to find out. Listen, enjoy, and share.
Unable to record this week, we pull out the emergency recording we made ages ago, for just such situations. Enjoy.
Let’s work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. How about we work out the opposite of Kermit The Frog? Or the opposite of pants? Or the opposite of a toothbrush? Okay then. We will.
Boba Fett? Boba Fett? Where? Well, we dunno where, but we do work out the opposite of Boba Fett, as well as the opposite of poker and disposable cameras. Are we right? Or are we the opposite of right?
This week’s discussion of things that don’t have a natural opposite descends into an argument about ice cream. On the way though, we do work out the opposite of Coke, of traffic lights, and of scarves. Are we right? Or...
One billows, one’s a hot pillow, and the other sticks out the side of a cat’s face. But which is which? And what is the opposite of those things?