Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!
I hope your box gets stuffed with lots of valentines (and no, that’s not a euphemism).
Here’s what’s new on HoboTrashcan.com this week:
Lost: Down the Hatch – The French Connection
Chris Kirkman, “one of the smartest” Lost recappers out there today, breaks down “What Kate Does” with his expert analysis. Kirkman takes a close look at the sickness, Jacob and the Man in Black and marks on three main characters’ necks. And he provides a tasty episode-inspired drink recipe.
Murphy’s Law – Top five Valentine’s Day man-crushes
Instead of dwelling on the fact that he is single on Valentine’s Day, Joel Murphy is taking a “bros before hoes” approach, sharing the top five man-crushes that he would like to spend the most romantic day of the year with. Murphy even reveals the moment when he thinks things would start to get awkward.
Outside of the In-Crowd – Valentine’s Day: It’s not out to get you
If you are feeling bummed about Valentine’s Day, Courtney Enlow is here to reassure you that it’s really not that big of a deal. Most people, even people in relationships, don’t really care about Valentine’s Day. Even if you are single, Enlow gives you a list of movies that will make you glad you aren’t in love.
Positive Cynicism – I prefer a nice Chinese dinner with my vague axiom
Most of us just delete those sappy, faux philosophical emails we get forwarded by annoying friends and family members, but Aaron R. Davis decided to take a close look at one of them. His breakdown is so hilarious that you will want to forward it to friends.
Hobo Radio 118 – Monkey furniture
In honor of Valentine’s Day, Joel Murphy and Lars are once again playing the game that swept the nation – “Guess the Sexual Acronym.” Lars is still terrible at guessing these Escort Service shorthand terms, but he does manage to inadvertently invent a new euphemism – monkey furniture.
– Hobo Stu
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