Episode 7 of the Evil Blond Kid podcast is now available online! Truth be told, I’ve been hesitant to include this story on my podcast series. It’s a regrettable hookup tale that should appeal to your “drunken frat guy” sensibilities, and one that’s awkward enough for me to change names. Sure, a lot of guys have a story like this, but the reason I find mine worth telling is how surreal it seems to me in retrospect, like a chapter torn out of a book about someone else. Certainly a pivotal watermark on my decent into immorality.
While not definitively “explicit,” this episode deals with racier subject matter than usual. I talk about adult things and use adult language. Because I’m an adult.
The newest Evil Blond Kid episode is up! It’s a good, action-packed story of man versus beast, and the loss of humanity paid to win the battle. While perhaps not as classic a tale as Moby Dick or as badass as Liam Neeson versus All of the Wolves, I can assure you my story is quite the nail-biter. Cat lovers beware: while I’m sure you’ve stood by me throughout all the horrible things I’ve done to elderly strangers, family members, ex-girlfriends, and God, this may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Also, I got a new microphone, so the audio is crazy good. So good, you can hear the kitten souls flying back to heaven. Have I said too much?
Here’s a story of a time the church rubbed me the wrong way — no, not like that. On this Good Friday/Easter weekend, I tell a tale of a sinner-in-saint’s-clothing who tried to cheat his way into heaven, and the system that would have let him get away with it if it weren’t for some good, old-fashioned guilt.
I apologize for any audio issues with this episode. I had a few unfixable mishaps in the editing process but overall it turned out PERFECT SHUT UP.
Today’s Evil Blond Kid: Rolfe from “The Sound of Music.” I imagine it must’ve been pretty awkward for Liesl von Trapp to tell her future husband that she had a whole song and dance number with a Nazi.
In this month’s episode, I tell a story of one of the most twisted things I’ve ever done. It’s a story about catfishing — long before today’s era of catfishing — told from the eyes of the catfish himself. I’m excited to release this episode because it’s my favorite one yet — also because I’ve never told it before and the people in the story probably don’t know the truth. Hopefully they never will, because I changed their names. LIES ARE EVIL TOO!
In this special Valentine’s Day themed episode, I tell a story of high school romance — which I inexcusably sabotaged with lies, rudeness, and kleptomania. I told a version of this story at a live storytelling event in Los Angeles, and I have since updated it with sounds and music to make it more pleasing to your ears. If you don’t find my actions in this story to be sufficiently evil, surely my giddy revival of a tale certain people from my past likely wish to forget is a sin in an of itself.