The spelling of certain words, sex ed miscommunications, examples of the Mandela Effect: the guys humbly admit when they were wrong...
The guys discuss crazy roller coasters and amusement park rides, plus describe what their hypothetical "Euthanasia Coaster" would consist of...
Wade hosts as Bob shares his insane movie theatre dating scare and Mark recounts how the only date idea he had in high school was just driving around.
Coffee stunting your growth, gum staying in your stomach forever, fairy tales spawning from the truth, the guys discuss the lies their parents told them and how they're still influenced by it as adults.
The guys discuss their life paths, including career goals, turning points, and what job they would have during the Zombie Apocalypse…
Following the first ever tie episode, Mark and Bob attempt sharing host responsibilities, while Wade regales with tales of great and not so great eats.
The guys recount their night terrors, the first they remember and the ones that recur. Plus, they explore how memory relates to dreams.
Tough sports coaches, rude fast-food customers, and criminals getting their comeuppance, the guys discuss all of their moments of revenge and defiance at those who dared to cross them.
The guys discuss their bathroom close calls. Expired meat and hospital visits included. Underwear left behind...
The guys give absolutely the worst advice on how to make a best friend...
This week the guys talk about the future: expectations vs. reality. What did people in the past predict the future would be like? Were they accurate? Will we be accurate if we attempt to do the same…?
Bob hosts, hoping Mark and Wade will discuss how they want their funerals to be. Instead, Mark offers “Santa’s Big Goodbye” and Wade describes what a Jackass funeral would be like!
The guys trade stories about how dumb kids can be: from inventing stupid games, to playing with banned toys, to somehow making it through all of it without a scratch.
This week Mark, Wade and Bob answer the age-old hypothetical question: what is the "perfect crime?"
In front of a "live" Discord audience, the guys discuss synchronicities, déjà vu, mind-reading, and hive minds.
Wade hosts as Bob and Mark share some classic “hold my beer” moments from their college days…
On this episode of the pod, the guys get nostalgic for conventions and all the good and bad that come with them. From notable failed attempts, to bizarre themes (like "pizza" and "baby"), to post-COVID predictions, conventions hold a special place in Mark, Bob, and Wade's hearts.
Bob RAGES while telling a story about trying to get a new fridge installed.
Mark hosts as Bob and Wade trade scary stories. For Bob, it's a strange woman who catches children who stay out too late. For Wade, a true story about how the night after watching “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” may have been scarier than the movie itself!
Bob prompts a discussion about technology that blurs the lines of reality in this hilarious episode full of gadget scams, 00’s game nostalgia, and if the mute button could exist for real life.
Mark recounts the legend of an insane creature from the Rocky Mountains. Bob explains how his formative kayaking trip almost ended like a horror movie, and Wade...well, Wade just does what Wade does...
Bob hosts as Wade and Mark make their predictions on what the next major form of transportation will be, taking many wrong turns in the process...
Mark hosts while Wade and Bob one-up each other's concepts for eliminating body odor, debate the true number of human senses, and remember nostalgic aromas.
Today the guys discuss all things hair (and the lack there of)! They warn of the dangers of hair removal, explore the strange hair trends of ancient Greek statues, and discuss sci-fi scenarios where the elite harvest hair and organs from the less fortunate.
The Distractible podcast with Mark Fischbach, Wade Barnes, and Bob Muyskens is a space to have thoughtful discussions about funny, out there, or otherwise interesting stories from everyday life. Also an opportunity for three friends to remind each other they are not as smart as they think.