Humorist and liar Tim Drugan tells stories. Some of these narratives (or anecdotes, or parables) begin with a feeble grip on reality before slipping into the absurd. Many yarns (or chronicles, or fairy tales), however, start in the bizarre and quickly topple into the preposterous.
Episode 36: Tim talks about a dresser he bought and put together from a chic online store, a dresser that turned out to be of abhorrent quality. ~ This episode represents the end of Season 1 for Tim Drugan's Story Time. The show will return after a short break. For updates on its developments and other fun things, subscribe to Tim's email list at timdrugan.com. Thank you for listening.
Episode 35: Tim talks about fixing his out-of-true wheel, or better put, taking his bike into a bike shop to have an expert fix his out-of-true wheel. Was Tim's ego crushed by the attitude of the bike shop owner towards Tim's lack of bike maintenance? Yes, yes it was. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 34: Tim is under the impression that if he changes his appearance everything in his life will change for the better. What if he grows out his hair? Or grows a mustache? Or wears a hat? No? None of that is helping? But wait, what about if he tries wearing a new shirt? ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 32: Tim and his lovely wife move into his new place, leading Tim to realize just how much stuff he has. So he decides to get rid of even more after his move, mainly old sporting equipment he's too afraid to use lest he destroy his apartment and go to prison for life. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 31: Tim plays recordings of Best Man and Maid of Honor speeches from weddings he has attended (Tim has attended lots and lots of weddings, for Tim has lots and lots of friends). In playing such recordings, Tim hopes his listeners will gain insight into what works and what doesn't when they are writing their own speeches. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 29: Tim recently read an article and heard an interview about the longest-lived people and their dispositions. Turns out, to live a long time you have to be laid back, you've got to not let anything get to you. Unfortunately for Tim, everything gets to him. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 28: Tim talks about realizing he might not be a smart man, due to not being able to find the deeper meaning in classic literature. I mean, why don't you just say what you need to say? Don't go hiding it under layers and layers of metaphor! ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 27: Tim talks about how he's better than everyone else now that he has read all of the Lord of the Ring's books by J.R.R. Tolkein. He does, however, have some critiques on both the novels and the movies, mainly regarding Frodo Baggins and what a terrible character he is. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.