It's the series premiere of The Over My Dad Bod (cast), a comedy podcast for people who love dad jokes and good storytelling. On episode 1, Dave and George chat about Gen-Z slang words, Dave's bear attack during camping, undercover boss-ing each other and dad-ing in general. Get to know the guys as they prepare to rule the very specific dad-comedy-eh-real life-storytelling niche of podcasting. Welcome to our movement (towards nothing in particular).
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