This is it. It's over. The last Sherman Tanks episode has been recorded and there is no going back. From nostalgia, depression, piss stories and answering the last bit of your questions, we're ending it in fashion true to what you would expect. Thanks for listening and hope you love it!
The triumphant return of Chanse and Rene as they field your questions, talk about female body hair, Fallout 4, Abuser/Abusee relationships, licking frogs, Star Wars Battlefront, foot long hot dogs, beards, faking your ethnicity, music that soothes the savage beast and many other things!
The Sherman Tanks hosted half of the crossover between us and Ice And The Face is finally here! We get really serious and talk about the state of the entire UNIVERSE. Then we of course delve back into bodily functions. It's a hoot! Listen and laugh, or cringe, or cry. It doesn't matter as long as you enjoy it!
Check out Episode 58 at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ice-and-the-face/id794270581?mt=2 for the Ice and the Face hosted half!
That's it; it's here. The final episode of Sherman Tanks! has arrived and is filled to the brim with whatever it is kept you listening to the show this long. Stick around for a treat towards the end. We'll keep this description simple and let the episode speak for itself. Fair well!
Even bigger than our last episode, an ally Tank, El Manny joins us for what is most certainly our longest and most manic episode yet. Enjoy!
In what is probably our biggest episode yet, the month of June brings some spectacular announcements on events, including a third guest host in episode 11. Of course, the typical verbal spewing you've come to know and hate. Heroin overdoses, art projects, prostitution, Chuck E. Cheese's, stress relief and punching people in the mouth; enjoy.
The questions return! The flute recorder returns! We return! The hiatus is finally over and we have something to show for it. We talk about Godzilla, Attack on Titan, life after death, bone marrow donation, having two jobs, cancer, being fat, fried chicken and a little bit on Lyme disease. It feels good to be back!