On this episode Swervey Jones and I are back in the Shed of Debauchery and we’re mad, mad, mad. Well not really we just both had a rough week and this is our time to let loose and relax. We talk about the insane clown posse and how Trey used to be a 9 year old buffet clown. Meat Swords are always good. Night court is a super horny show in the 80’s. We mention the new Jungle book movie, and for nerd talk this week we try to find out which Green Lantern ring we would have. We make the discovery that the cootie shot is nothing but a drawing of boobs. Trey tells a story of another random person He saw while driving. There is so much in this episode it’s insane.
Monthly Archive: March 2016
On this week’s show we travel to our guest’s house. None other than Samantha and Travis from A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan. We had a blast and I lost my soul. Trey’s toes almost get bit off. Samantha shares her experiences from the 75th annual Daytona Bike week. Trey tells yet another squirrel death story (what a monster). Trey and Swervey tell all sorts of firework horror stories with a bit of a bottle rocket catastrophe. Swervey wants Fried Devil Eggs with bacon. Samantha and Travis talk about Sam’s love for BMX bikers.
This week we’re taking it fancy! In the best possible moonshiney way. This drink is almost completely alcohol and you’d never be able to tell. Just like most of my drinks if you’ve been keeping tabs… but enough chit chat on to the drink!
Sparkling Blackberry Smash
Makes 2 Drinks
4 oz Blackberry Moonshine (you can use Firefly or Midnight Moon if you don’t have a guy)
4 oz Blackberry Simple Syrup (recipe below)
8 mint leaves
1/2 lemon squeezed
D’Asti Champagne to top off with
2 lemon slices
2 sprigs of mint
In a shaker full of ice add moonshine, mint, and blackberry syrup. Shake Vigorously to allow mint to be bruised. Strain over 2 rocks glasses with ice and top with champagne. Garnish and serve
Blackberry Simple Syrup
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
1 cup Blackberries
Directions: in a small saucepan bring ingredients to a simmer until sugar is fully dissolved. Allow to cool strain out the blackberries with a mesh strainer and bottle.
Pro tip: Add 1/4 cup of lemon juice to the cooled blackberry syrup and add to prosecco for brunch…. it’s damn delicious