FOF #1838 – Brian Sweeney Gone Wild

Aug 2, 2013 · 1985 views

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Everyone gets a little pleasure seeing someone who’s been bottling up their feelings cut loose. Whether it’s a little old lady cursing, a uptight guy in a suit starting to dance or a sexually repressed person getting jiggy with it, we love when they go wild

Today Brian Sweeney goes wild and joins us to talk about times when straight guys get romantically or sexually attracted to other men, and why gay guys sometimes love to see a macho man taste the rainbow.


  1. Jake says:

    I’m surprised my drunk question made the cut. Brian knows what I’m talkin bout.

  2. jimmyV says:

    In FOF # 1834 The Russian Vodka Wars Marc said something that all Vodka is the same. When In reality, all vodkas are not alike. Vodka can be distilled in a good many ways, from a great many substances, including wheat, rye, beets, corn, potatoes, and sugar cane. (In Russia, the Yukos oil conglomerate recently made headlines for marketing a vodka distilled from hemp seeds.) As a result, each brand has a distinct smell, flavor, aftertaste, and burn (i.e., the burning sensation vodka creates as it goes down your gullet). The grain-based vodkas, which are the most popular, tend to be smooth and can even taste fruity. Vegetable-based vodkas are often (and often unfairly) dismissed as being harsh and medicinal.

    So it is possible that Absolute tastes different then Stoli and vice verse. Different gain also has a verry different sugar profile. Saying all vodka is the same is like saying all wine is the same.

  3. Bryce says:

    I enjoyed seeing the raw and vulnerable side of Brian Sweeney. This show is best when it’s the trio: Marc, Fausto and Brian. I also love when Meredith joins the group. I laughed so hard and it was a rough week and I needed a great laugh. Brian it is always a pleasure when you join Feast of Fun.

  4. Nathan says:

    Cloud City was only for a few days. C-3PO was damaged when they got there, and was barely fixed when they left.

  5. Aaron says:

    I had a straight-identifying amateur bodybuilder friend in college who occasionally hooked up with men. He sorta fit several of the categories on that list, come to think of it.

    As for the Narcissism category, well, as one of the approximately two straight male fans you know by name, my feelings are a little hurt that you’ve never hit on me during the show. You’ve even made a pass at Angie, but not me. What am I, chopped liver? 😉

  6. Aaron says:

    Speaking of plot holes in famous stories, I noticed one in “Hamlet” a few months ago.

    As we all remember, towards the end of the play, Claudius (the king) and Laertes are plotting together to kill Hamlet, which leads up to the final scene where everybody dies. But their plan quickly becomes self contradictory:

    1. Claudius and Laertes both want to kill Prince Hamlet, but they have to make it look like an accident, because even the king can’t get away with obvious murder

    2. So they decide that Laertes will challenge Hamlet to a fencing match, but he’ll “accidentally” use a sharp sword instead of a dulled practice sword, and he’ll just run Hamlet through

    3. And as a backup, Claudius says he’ll put some poison on Laertes’ sword, so that even if he gives Hamlet a shallow cut, the prince will die from the poison and it’ll still look like a swordfighting accindent.

    4. And then as a second backup, Claudius will put some more poison into some wine and just give that to Hamlet to drink if he doesn’t get scratched by the sword.

    And when I got to this point where they were planning to put the poison in the wine, I thought, wait a second, didn’t they JUST SAY they needed to make it look like an accident? How will it possibly look like anything but murder if he dies an obviously poison-induced death from drinking some wine after a successful fencing match?

  7. Peter says:

    Poor Fausto! I cannot believe, well I can, that a man would be that aggresive in the steamroom. Your impression of him saying “Fuck me!” createa a vivid image of a Smeagle type creature visciously soliciting sex from strangers. I may have a nightmare about this.

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