Average guys talking about average topics.
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These guys are just normal guys with a great sense of humor trying to get by with the day to day stuff of Average Guys. I love it! And that Daniel guy sounds cute 😉
I’m an average girl, who enjoyed the average guys. Walked around cleaning up my average kitchen enjoying the flat earth talk with these average guys with an above average guest.
I met Howard on Facebook and knew I had to check this out! The podcast flows wonderfully and all the guys sound like they are having an amazing time doing it! I will be back for sure!
So, I have to admit that as an Eagles fan, the guys had me hooked when they all talked about supporting my team in the Super Bowl. After listening further, they all work so well together and are really funny! Great show, guys! Looking forward to more!
Great takes, great stories, love the banter. Good stuff! Subscribed
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The Average Guys launched 5 years ago and published 29 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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