Some people never grow up, but it’s never too late. Here’s a list of skills you need to make life your bitch. And yes, we know the word “adulting” is a dumb millennial term, but how else are we supposed to get those blue pill schmucks to click on this episode?
During the filming of the NAWALT episode, Popp and Blake went completely off-topic and got on the subject of what guys are like in high school. Hilarity ensued.
We’ve heard this excuse from every woman in the Western world. Here’s the thing: It doesn’t matter. #NAWALT#RedPill
In April 2018, the Trump administration silently changed the legal definitions for what constitutes sexual and domestic violence. Wahmen claim this “rolls back women’s rights 50 years.” Otherwise known as equality.
It’s high time we came up with some contemporary definitions to some of these old expressions. Brought to you by “The Bro Next Door”
Don’t worry, baby. You will. Another feminist anonymously publishes a confessional article and then claims to not be ashamed of her actions.
Retired First Sergeant Terrence Popp has a message for the President of the United States. Tweet this to the President.
Kelly Tyler isn’t embarrassed about her number of sex partners. Except that she obviously is. And if sleeping with over 500 people doesn’t make you a slut, what does?
The Western world demonizes men and tells them they are responsible for everything bad in society. At the same time, men are told they are given everything and should never have anything to complain about. In that environment, it’s hard to feel like you’re worth anything.
Season Six finally got Popp Culture a long overdue Silver Play Button. Thank you for all of your support, and we guarantee Season 7 will be even better!
Season 6 was our biggest year ever! We finally hit 100,000 subscribers and you packs of cigarettes have made it all worthwhile. Let us know what your favorite episodes are from the last season and we’ll count them down on July 5. Be sure to get your vote in by July 1!
We’ve all heard this “arguments” spouted off by people trying to justify the eradication of over 1 billion babies. Do any of them hold up?