Ya Burnt: Cologne, Quiet Quitting and Aaron Judge

Published on September 28, 2022

Seth sizzles through a list of topics and fires sick burns at some deserving subjects, like glue and people who say “autumn.”

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  • Ahdok 1 year ago

    Autumn is what English speakers OTHER than Americans call it, so if you’re gonna say “seasons should have one name” then it’d probably be sensible to standardize to the metric name. You can’t argue “it’s the perfect name because it describes what leaves do” in a system that includes “spring”

  • Just A Guy 1 year ago

    People who say “Autumn”. So every country grown up enough to have the metric system and gun control?

  • Thomas Neal 1 year ago

    Beautiful crash zoom

  • Cody Baker 1 year ago

    Wally is my favorite part of Late Night. I was waiting for his cameo as soon as I saw Quiet Quitting on the board but that was much funnier than I even expected.

  • revengefrommars 1 year ago

    Correction: the type of glue you showed a picture of is not made from horses. White (Elmer’s) glue is made from non-animal products (ultimately from petroleum or natural gas).

  • Jacob Olness 1 year ago

    Was wondering how you were gonna burn Judge. Well played Seth and Writers. Well played.

  • Quince K 1 year ago

    ok, so im not an american, and I also didnt soak up the hustling culture that americans have and is really big on social media – but ”quiet quitting”? seriously? i went to look up the definition and like….its a job? that you do in defined work hours? which is what a job is – you go do it in a specific place for a specific duration of time? and americans call it ……quitting? wtaf.

  • Mark 1 year ago


  • Paul-Gabriel Wiener 1 year ago

    Aww. I wanted to learn about the tree frogs.

  • MyLilPwnies 1 year ago

    God dammit scollins.

  • Sean Fraser 1 year ago

    Uh, no, it’s “Autumn”.
    Use your words, Seth.
    “Fall” is for troglodytes.

  • Raymond M. 1 year ago

    What ever happened to The Check-In?


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