How I Lost My Virginity – The GameOverGreggy Show Ep. 8

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The boys share their embarrassing tales of love, try to solve homelessness, and talk about TV. Like always.

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33 COMMENTS

  1. God is humans trying to personify phenomenons which are not human in nature. The most reasonable thing I can think of is to believe anything is possible, belief is infinity confined to the human consciousness.

  2. I'm sorry but for such a normally interesting topic you guys just have the weakest losing your virginity stories ever. Tim's not as bad as the rest but still bad.

  3. Coming back to this after listening to Tim talk about unsolicited nudes on Snapchat and how Greg should let women happen to him in Ep 120-something makes 29:00 funny as heck

  4. i herd them have the same exact discussion about the after life, word per word in anothe vid by them, called independents day review.??

  5. Got the white balance down! Awesome going into the archives of the show and seeing where things changed. You guys are the best!

  6. coming at this as someone with a mental illness, therapy is something that's really important. Medication isn't a be all that ends all. For some people they need it and that's it, they're better. Most people either need a combination of meds and therapy, or just therapy. it's getting better here in Canada, but there's still a huge stigma against mental illness. Some studies say that 90% of homeless people in Canada have a diagnosable and treatable mental illness. Place like camh (Center for Addiction and Mental Health) here in Toronto, and more and more doctors being educated about mental illness and trained in how to help (both covered by public healthcare) are hugely helpful. Many people still fall through the cracks and don't get the help they need. It's a start though.

  7. life just is… that sums it all up… there is no beginning there is no end.. its all just energy being moved around and we are lcky enough to be conscious and take notice of it…

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