(Trying the new website gartic phone)
Greg: I keep misreading this as “garlic phone”
Tim: That was Raffi’s first rap for bananaphone
(The “most liked” people in Drawful have animal icons; Ian has a headless penguin)
Greg: The animals get the crowns
Tim: The ones with their heads attached
(Talking about Kayleigh’s weighted stuffed seal)
Greg: Have your microwaved seal in under 2 minutes
Kayleigh: Yeah, yeah. In this house we also microwave dinosaurs and unicorns
(Greg shows a picture of him holding his nephew)
Tim: The legs are huge!
Greg: No, I just think it’s the camera. The aperature…
Tim: So you put it on leg mode
Greg: I don’t have to work for the next nine days
Austin: I don’t have to work for the next nine days either
Greg: Wait. Where are you going?
Austin: I mean, I don’t *have* to work for the next nine days
Greg: It looks more like Allegheny county than a turnip
(Making fun of how Survive the Internet gives you over 70 seconds to select between two photo prompts)
Alan: Quick! You only have 70 seconds left to choose your photo!
Greg: Oh no. I’ll look up the top 50 results for each of these on Google Image search and see which has better comedic potential
(Playing Survive the Internet, and Keith’s entry is “I’ve never been on a date with Ian”)
Greg: What was your prompt for that one?
Keith: “What’s a lie that everybody tells?”
Greg: Julia Child makes asparagus
Alan: Literally? Like she’s pooping them out?
Greg: No! Julia Child *cooks* asparagus
Alan: Okay, because that would be a very different kind of show
Greg: She is not a vegetable garden
Greg: Well, she might be now, because she is dead
Kayleigh: So it turns out quokkas don’t throw their babies at their enemies
Everyone: What are quokkas?
Kayleigh: An Australian marsupial
Greg: I think the only entity I know who throws their kids at enemies is Donald Trump