The Sad Stories of My Life

Throughout the existence of Beer and Board Games I have told multiple drunken stories from my sad horrible life.  A recent episode of Beer and Board Games features us telling True Stories, and Matt Sloan has developed a pretty accurate parody of the sad stories of my youth.  Check out the True Story episode below as well as the rest of the videos I’ve created in the past couple of weeks!
SEPTEMBER 8TH

A quiz game with an element of your own creativity in the answers, Fibbage is a lot of fun.

SEPTEMBER 9TH

The stories of our lives will surprise, amaze, and disturb you.  Especially Dylan’s Segway towing story.

SEPTEMBER 10TH

Shoot an animal, fart, make a racist joke.  I guess that’s what makes a Dynasty built on the back of a thousand duck corpses successful. The Angry Hunter series returns to shred this cavalcade of cunts into a million pieces.

FEBRUARY 11TH

The Game Society “After Party” that we have after every livestream (just for Patreon Patrons) is an unpredictable, personal, awkward, hilarious time.  This one was especially strange and funny so we released it to the public at large.  It features a lot of impressions of Disney characters.

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 12TH

Aaron and Emre find a football stadium full of zombie cheerleaders and football players. Emre ends up getting taken advantage by the football players in very violating ways.

FEBRUARY 14TH

This was the most fun I’ve had in a long time.  Singing songs as Hal Thompson for people watching the streams was way more fun than I ever could have imagined.  Thanks to Courtney Collins, Brandon Jensen, and Dylan Brogan for making it so much fun.

FEBRUARY 16TH

A wild ride of a show full of unexpected twist, turns, popes, and a child safety game.  And Prince Candy (young King Candy) makes an appearance.

FEBRUARY 18TH

An unhinged Trump blows off steam in Ghost Recon to extremely funny results.  Whether or not you like the man, it’s worth a watch.

FEBRUARY 19TH

Flying zombies, invincible bears, a football field stronghold, and a disappearing fridge.  Yep, it’s 7 Days To Die.

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