Why Shaking It For Animals May Not Be The Answer

A song by Luke Bryan contains some questionable themes. We discuss.

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Why Does Luke Bryan Want A Country Girl To Shake It For Bird, Bees, Critters, And Young Bucks?

As is Why Tho tradition, Chris and Clint read country music lyrics on air and dissect them with solemnity and grace. This song comes from Luke Bryan and is insane even by genre standards. He seems really invested in getting an unnamed woman to shake it for a variety of non-humans, including catfish, birds, bees, critters, and young bucks. Very strange stuff, though we're not here to judge.


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October 5: Is It Fun To Do Yoga While A Goat Pees On You?

Goat yoga is a thing. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss surveys, robotic love, Montreal, downward dog, and animal urination.

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October 2: Can You Believe Whoppers Are 2-For-$5?!?!

There is endless talk of television ratings. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss sleeplessness, fast food commercials, country boy bands, and Nielsen ratings.

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October 1: Shake It For The Birds & The Bees

Sleeping robots are becoming more popular. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss editorial boards, sanctimony, Luke Bryan, objectification, washable sleeves, and ogling.

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September 30: There Was A Presidential Debate Last Night

There was a presidential debate last night. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss the media, Armani suits, self-righteousness, straight-shooters, and ballot counting.

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September 29: Apocalyptic Book Club

Apocalypse prophecies happen more than you think. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss musical duets, hayseed plowboys, Y2K, floods, volcanoes, Manti, and a book club for the apocalypse.

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