A good friend, fellow Big Loud artist, and multi-platinum singer-songwriter, today's guest has a recent hole-in-one under his belt, knows how to get high off deet, and has an IV in for about 75% of the episode: HARDY
Hardy and Ern discuss Hardy's recent hole-in-one and whether or not it's really valid (it definitely is), and the two swap their most brutal hangover stories, including what had to be done to cure them. Then Hardy shares a few redneck tales involving a pond, a horse, and getting high off deet. Next, Hardy and Ern discuss their softball league, the ridiculous things they did as kids (like eat jerky chew and huff bonfire smoke), and Ern makes an outfit change mid-pod. Lastly, they close out the episode with a little admiration for the future of Big Loud, introduce a hilarious new segment, and Ern caps things off by seeking redemption against the beer bong.
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