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Episode 49: Mike and Tom Eat Snacks
Japanese Kit Kats
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Mike and Tom Eat Snacks #49: Japanese Kit Kats

Multi-flavor Japanese Kit Kats!

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Comments

  1. judy says:

    kit kats weren’t invented by America, they were invented in England.

  2. Emily says:

    Where is my MATES!! I love you guys and PS I am legal. 🙂

  3. John Book says:

    Finally listened to the podcast, and they did indeed try some Japanese Kit-Kat’s. Fresh. This is because I am a devoted MATESCast viewer, and yeah I know…

  4. Matt says:

    Hey guys, I think I can speak for all the MATEYs when I say we are excited (and perhaps comforted) to be back on a regular schedule of episodes again. Lesser men would not have been able to bounce back the loss of their World Wide Headquarters with such grace. So it’s with this I hesitate to mention that quite a few of us are missing the announcer’s echo voice when you announce the snack name. Maybe have EuropIan pay back some of his sovereign debt by just producing that part for you?

    Also, I’d ask Nerdist about giving you a space to post up the photos and dialogues you have with your not-viewers. Your previous tumblr / soundcloud sites were great for that kind of thing.

  5. Paul says:

    Totally psyched that you guys finally ate those Kit Kats, I had almost lost hope! I only wish I had more to send. Waiting patiently for those signed head shots to arrive in the mail…

  6. So, when/where do we get to see the photos you fellows allegedly took during the last couple of podcasts?

  7. CXRengel says:

    Just so you know – the file name gives it away.

  8. John Book says:

    As an option, I think what would’ve been cool was if someone had offered them (or located) the many variations of Kit Kat from Japan.