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Stream Your Heart Out: “My Brother, My Brother, and Me”

by Miranda Smith

If I’ve learned anything during my time at UPG so far, it’s that college kids love podcasts. Eight times out of 10, the headphones kid you’re walking past on your way to class is listening to the latest episode of his favorite podcast.

At first, I didn’t know what the big deal was. You’re just listening to random people talk, right? Wrong!

“My Brother, My Brother, and Me” is one of the more popular podcasts for young people. Let me just say, these brothers make me cry while laughing.

The podcast consists of the McElroy brothers: Justin, Travis, and Griffin. They talk about anything and everything while answering various fan questions. New episodes are uploaded weekly and tend to run around an hour long.

It is definitely something you can listen to while doing homework. You can tune into the show and easily pick up on what they are talking about.

The fan questions lead them to millions of different topics and allow their audience to stay entertained and keep listening. They are a unique and original group that are easy to love.

There is never a dull moment with these brothers, and their laughter is contagious. Some jokes that they make, you can’t help but laugh along with them. They bring joy to their listeners.

The next time you’re taking a road trip or you’re bored in your room or you’re just looking for something new and different to do, listen to “My Brother, My Brother, and Me.” They’ll make you think about things you’ve never thought of before and have you laughing the entire time.

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