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Dropping Loads Episode 199.5: Pouch-Level Cannon

In this episode, the guys bring back their friend Dorkie, who currently co-hosts “What the Con?” on the DLP YouTube channel. Pouch brings back Loads of FUN. Milky hates LEGOs.

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BED OF NAILS OR ROACHES? – WTC? #17

Dorkie and ODG wonder about some medieval torture methods and whether they could possibly be worse than… insects.

What the Con? is a future Pulitzer Prize-winning show that explores the inner workings of anime/comic book convention attendees by asking the hard-hitting, thought-provoking questions that plague our society.

Big thanks to these cosplayers […]

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SAUSAGE AS LEGS? – WTC? #16

Dorkie and ODG get a little hungry and wonder about life as half a sausage.

What the Con? is a future Pulitzer Prize-winning show that explores the inner workings of anime/comic book convention attendees by asking the hard-hitting, thought-provoking questions that plague our society.

Big thanks to MelissaxEdge for appearing in our […]

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WHICH CHARACTER HAVE YOU HAD A THING FOR? – WTC? #15

Dorkie is curious about these cosplayers’ character childhood crushes and their superhero adulthood desires.

What the Con? is a future Pulitzer Prize-winning show that explores the inner workings of anime/comic book convention attendees by asking the hard-hitting, thought-provoking questions that plague our society.

Big thanks to MelissaxEdge for appearing in our video. […]

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WHAT CHARACTER ARE YOU COSPLAYING? – WTC? #14

Meet our friend, Dorkie. He also enjoys attending conventions and cosplaying. As a new host on WTC?, he’s extremely enthusiastic to speak with some other cosplayers. For his inaugural episode, he’s mighty curious about who these cosplayers are impersonating as well as whether the real person would enjoy the character […]

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Dropping Loads Productions: Loaded Donuts

Dorkie decides to make some donuts through some unconventional means. Pouch notices that some loads may have been dropped where they shouldn’t have been.

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