Content for this episode was compiled by Markus
Edited by Jimmyfranks.
SongWritingFever.com is a place on the internet where self-professed songwriters can post lyrics without accompaniment, and it's up to the internet to build a song around what they have. Alright then, CHALLENGE ACCEPTED. Our first-ever musical episode has 5 ridiculists trying their best to sing the unsingable. The rest is for the remix.
Arthur Conley- Sweet Soul Music
The Carpenters- Sing a Song
REMIX THE F PLUS
As mentioned in the episode, SongWritingFever provided the lyrics, we provided the vocals, now we're hoping you can lay down the backing track. Following is a list of download links for the songs provided1, with only the singer's audio present, and asides (somewhat) scrubbed out. Download any or all of these tracks, remix, remaster, SongSmith or autotune as you like, then share the results with
The person who does the remix I like best will get one of these long-sleeved hooded 50/50 shirts, which are currently being printed. Also, one or more of the people who submit a song may get a hat. I cannot show you what the hat looks like, because it's a surprise. But it's not an F Plus hat. Now then, get to the studio!
(I'd prefer your songs were in before F Plus Live, I'll probably ship stuff the weekend of the 10th)
It's probably a complicated confluence of biology and experience that leads a person to become a foot fetishist, but it is a confluence that clearly happens very often, if the internet is to be believed. What exactly is it that these foot fetishists seem to hold as a common interest? Well, if you ask the members of The Den Of Smelly Feet, the answer is... yeah, that. This week, The F Plus really wants to make out with Gary.
When you get a room full of drug enthusiasts together, the topics of conversation are somewhat predictable; Terrible music, guys we ain't seen lately, and where can we get more drugs. But this episode explores what happens when those topics drift. We're going to The Hip Forums to browse some less popular forums, particularly sexuality and religion, and you WILL be horrified by what you find. No no no, you really will be. This week, The F Plus wants a boatboy (as soon as we know what one is).
Content for this episode was compiled by Cheapskate1
Edited by Lemon.
The community of contributors to tvtropes.org are clearly experts in consuming mass media. They've honed their skills in identifying devices, contrivances, holes and structure in various plots, so much so that they may have distilled fiction as a whole into simple, repeatable formulas. Does that make them good writers? Let's find out! This week, The F Plus gets 241's at the Angsty Wang.
Cibo Matto - Lint of Love
Future of the Left - Notes On Achieving Orbit
1: Cheapskate did this doc, not Montrith, Lemon you idiot
Content for this episode was compiled by Montrith.
Edited by Boots Raingear.
The understanding and definition of "truth" is constantly redefined, expanded, and re-evaluated with new information as it is learned. Fortunately for us, the brave citizenry of shroomery.org have taken more than their share of mind-expanding drugs, and now they are ready to share their knowledge. Knowledge about how to be a Muslim without believing in the Koran, or the best comedy routines on 9/11 conspiracy theories. This week, The F Plus learns what happens when you sit on a cake.
Content for this episode was compiled by Yellow Jester.
Edited by Isfahan.
What is the value of art? That's very difficult to say. It's possible to get your art to sell for hundreds of millions of dollars, but first you'll have to be dead and have your life's work liquidated by David Geffen. If you're unlucky, you're a webcomic author, constantly making Tumblr posts advertising your work to an audience of nobody waiting for the day that everything hits big. And that's where Patreon comes in. A crowdfunding service with no possible benefit for the world, Patreon wants to turn whiny, self-important Best Buy shelf-stockers into whiny, self important internet celebrities. This week, The F Plus can finally buy the special paper.
With a good idea and a great work ethic, anyone can find success. That statement isn't true at all, but what's more important is what happens when you have a terrible idea and no work ethics. We're looking at The Idea Wiki - a place where the internet can write down its poorly considered ideas for anything at all, and then close the browser window and go back to playing Minecraft. This week, The F Plus brings the chips to you (in the end).
Content for this episode was compiled by Caroline.
Edited by Lemon.
The American medical apparatus is a frequenct source of discussion and consternation. We all want to be healthy and live long lives, but when for-profit institutions are supposed to help us with that goal, it's easy to get disillusioned. Lucky for us (and by us I mean the podcast), there's the eHealth forums. If you got a problem, and the only thing you're looking for is idiocy and crappy advice, boy do they ever provide. This week, The F Plus wants you to sniff our beer can.