Hardest Monster to Fight, March Madness Style – White Flannel Trousers Season 2 Episode 5


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Today we talk fighting monsters, and we do it in the style of March Madness. Which is the hardest for a human to fight against? Listen to find out.

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11 comments on “Hardest Monster to Fight, March Madness Style – White Flannel Trousers Season 2 Episode 5
  1. Emily Mac says:

    – You called it – “Werewolves are a million times better than stupid vampires”. I think I’d rather fight a werewolf than a vampire too but a werewolf could totally take vampire.
    – “I love being the best at everything I say and do” – Tom (not always the most honest are we, Tom)

    Lowlight: Learning there will be no future podcast on the best candy! That’s okay though, I might just make my own. Here are my chosen candies:
    – Skittles vs. Starburst
    – Snickers vs. Milky Way
    – York Peppermint Patties vs. Junior Mints
    – Swedish Fish vs. Sour Patch Kids
    – Peanut M&Ms vs. Reese’s Pieces
    – Kit Kat vs. Twix
    – Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups vs. Butterfingers
    -Jelly Bellies vs Gummi Bears

    Who is right? Abinadi is right. The Kraken is harder to fight than a demon. I believe you could kill a demon in the same time it took to take off one tentacle of the Kraken.

    • Abinadi says:

      Woo-hoo! I love winning.

      Secondly, I agree that a werewolf can kill a vampire, but in a head to head fight, the vampire will win 7 times out of 10. Consider that in addition to super human strength and speed, a vampire also has a certain amount of magic. He or she might be able to fly, change shape, enthrall, or any number of other things depending on the mythology you are going with.

      Here are my choices, since we will probably not be doing best candy:
      Starburst over Skittles
      Snickers over Milky Way
      Jr Mints over Peppermint Patties (really tough call)
      Swedish Fish over Sour Patch Kids
      Reese’s Pieces over Peanut M&M’s (another tough call)
      Twix over Kit Kat
      Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups over Butterfingers
      Gummy Bears over Jelly Bellies

      Round Two:
      Snickers over Starburst
      Jr Mints over Swedish Fish
      Twix over Reese’s Pieces (Tough)
      Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups over Gummy Bears

      Snickers over Jr. Mints
      Twix over Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups (Toughest call yet)

      Snickers over Twix, FTW.

      Man. That was harder than I thought it would be! Maybe we should do this after all…

      • Tom says:

        I’m shocked that Swedish fish made it out of the sweet sixteen. And even more shocked that it made it in there in the first place.

        If a demon and a kraken challenged you to a candy-eating contest, the demon would win, followed by you, followed by the kraken. Candy dissolves in water.

      • Emily Mac says:

        Since the rest of the candies don’t seem to stand up to the chocolate for you, you’d have to replace the other candies with chocolate. Things that didn’t make the list Almond Joys, Hershey Kisses, Plain M&Ms, Baby Ruths, Cadbury Eggs, Tootsie Rolls, Toblerone….now I want some chocolate.

  2. Emily Mac says:

    Ideas: Best Victory Song or Best Hip-Hop Song 🙂

    • Tom says:

      Now this is a great podcast idea. I am definitely thinking about this now.

      • Abinadi says:

        Ooh. Best hip hop song. I can already hear the fighting begin.

        I’m just going to say it now: Coolio is NOT the father of modern rap.

        • Tom says:

          How dare you?!!

          I will not sit here and let you insult the father of modern rap. In fact, I think we should all take a moment to think of all the things Coolio’s given us.

  3. Rachel says:

    So I commented on your podcast on iTunes but then I wondered if I should be commenting here instead?

    I’m not willing to retype everything I wrote (call me a child of the Lazy 80s) but two words should suffice.

    The Kraaken.

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