George & Wendy Show
Sort of a holy grail, Wendy writes: It "fell fifteen feet out of my office window into a rock garden, sat there through a rain storm" and came out sounding great.
"As I limp around America, I do so with the firm knowledge that I'm funnier than 'Hot Tub Time Machine.'"
"To laugh out loud embodies what it means to be alive... Rest in peace, Jerry, may you ride that mower into the sun."
I hate it when people eavesdrop. And now you should step far away from me, because I'm going to be struck by lightning for being a total hypocrite. I don't like it when people eavesdrop ...
"There are a few things I've learned never to be without. Clorox wipes and baby wipes are indispensable, but don't get them mixed up."
"For all my moaning about not having a lot of choices on the road, when I do have a choice, I choose something I can get on the road. I don't know if it means I'm just a gripe, or I miss the road so much I need to taste it somehow."
"Sometimes, making friends on the road is hard."
"I'm exhibiting the symptoms of 'home time weariness.' These include: crawling into the bunk of the truck to sleep when you have a perfectly good bed in the house...
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