South African comedians Ryan Whittal and Warren Robertson try to pay off an ill-advised purchase of The Mona Lisa (yes the real one) by trying to remember trivia and their lives and faking it when they can't. It's the podcast where good facts are rewarded and lies are punished, but can they spot the difference.
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Great work guys
Man, these two are ridiculous and hilarious. Great way to pass the time driving in traffic or doing those mind-numbing chores. It is true that literally ANYONE can start a podcast but with this one you will at least learn something and laugh with/at the hosts, Warren and Ryan. Listen!
Definitely a good laugh 😂😂😂
A creative podcast formula, loving the blue cover. We sure need more South African podcasts!
A rollicking good time as Warren and Ryan take on hot topics with a healthy dose of chaos.
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