Feast of Fun : Gay Talk Show

Reviews For Feast of Fun : Gay Talk Show

Best podcast in the whole world so much ,down to earthso much t no shade and pink lemonade love love love

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5/5

amazing show i love the drag queen news and banter. this is no fly by night podcast they have been around for a long time. great content you eaither love this podcast or hate it. at first i was like i dont know becaouse some of the language and always horny jokes but as soon as i just let go and let god this podcast is amazing!!!!!! i love the Vivacious impersanations and lady bunny rambling
There's something really refreshing about Feast of Fun. When everywhere around you there are screaming, talking heads, Fausto and Marc are a down-to-earth duo who take a lighthearted tone on the world's craziness. They cover a broad range of topics, including current events, LGBT musicians, RPDR, self-improvement, and sexual health. And then they cover some really weird stuff—that's when it gets fun. If you're looking for something self-important and serious, go elsewhere. But…if you're looking for an uplifting way to pass your day, the boys at Feast of Fun will continue to delight you, especially if you're a cool enough cat to support them. I've been a listener and supporter for 8 years now, and I've never regretted it!
I love Feast Of Fun! Marc and Fausto have great chemistry and I enjoy listing to them talk. I love how they have all different types of guest on the show and help me get to know new people to check out. I enjoy listing to their stories and how they touch on all kinds of topics. They don’t hold back and tell you how it is all from a place of love. You leave me hungry for more and get me excited for a new episode! :) Keep up the hard work.
The host are very bad interviewers. Especially the Fernos guy. I feel he is more of a complainer than an interviewer. They both seem to get upset when the interview guest gives them a taste of their own BS. They both come off as a "poor us" podcast a "everyone needs a trophy for playing" mentality. They are also complain about RuPaul and RuPaul Drag Race but also obsessed about him. I hope they both wake up and find better topics.
The main thing I like about this podcast is that they don’t think that they are inherently funny/interesting because they are gay. I’m looking at you Ross Mathews. They don’t call everyone girlfriend and think it’s a punchline when they do. And they bring in topics for their shows because they don’t believe their day to day life must be so fascinating. Always interesting and fun.
I’ve been listening for a couple years now. I’m older 54, have lived openly since 18 and don’t have much of a gay circle anymore. Ok, I have no circle it’s just me. These guys are one of my connections to gay life anymore. Episode #2292 was incredible. You and the guest hit on several critically important topics around aging and being gay that never get discussed or acknowledged. Books could be written and movies made on some of the ideas you touched on in the episode around aging, technology, and remaining relevant. Please think about delving deeper into some of the issues raised in this episode. This podcast is fun and seriously important to many of us gay men.
Mark and Faust are charming and fun. Always a good time with these two. Highly recommended.
For 2016 their formate has changed. You get the first 30 min free, but if you are not a paid subscriber you don't get the end of the show.
Ever the rabid drag enthusiast, I began listening to the show in order to listen to the interviews they often conduct with drag queens. In addition to drag queens, the hosts interview bloggers, comedians, and YouTube personalities. I quickly fell in love with the podcast, and I find the hosts' cheesy and raunchy sense of humor absolutely delightful.
A podcast where gay culture goes “straight” to the source. No need for an instagram filter here.
When they interview guests
I listen to a lot of podcasts throughout the week and Feast of Fun is my favorite. Feast of Fun is one of those podcasts that I absolutely never miss. Marc and Fausto are lovable and hilarious, usually intentionally. I get gay-centric news from them I wouldn't get anywhere else. I learn things about the LGBT community that I never knew. I learn inside insights into the scene in Chicago, my favorite city in the world. And, it's funny. It's entertaining.
Currently, Feast of Fun and TLO Opinion Feast are my favorite podcasts on iTunes. In the past, Feast of Fun has invited many fabulous guests to their hilarious show. Their gay culture commentary is not only entertaining but also educational. You can also check out their original content on YouTube.
I've been listening to FOF for about a year now, and while I enjoy most of the podcast, I have been skipping some of the episodes. The hosts, Marc and Fausto, are pretty much up to date with gay cultural but lately I find Fausto hard to listen to when he's always doing too much. Other than that, I still enjoy listening on my way to work. I even paid for the year subscription. At the time I got it, it was worth it.
The show promotes unprotected promiscuity, is low-class, and is very-very bitter about the success of RuPaul. I started listening to the show when I looked up certain drag queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race. After listening to those episodes, I subscribed and listened to more. Basically in search of any more content talking about Ru’s Girls. I’m sure many others tune in for the same reason. What I’ve found in between episodes is a married couple who can’t even commit to each, but want listeners to commit in monthly paying for their podcast in an automated payment plan. They have no respect for anything, including each other, as they freely talk about sexual relations with strangers and freely talk about hooking up on Grinder and other hook-up apps. When they do speak of RuPaul, they consistently paint him and the show in a bad light. Then they get commentary from queens who are also bitter about not being picked for the show. If they don’t like the show, stop watching it! The same why I’m going to stop listening to this show. Bye-Felicia!
These guys are great fun to listen to, they really keep me company on a regular basis. One of the podcasts I try not to miss!
It's an ok pod cast
I've subscribed to this podcast for awhile. Listening to episodes occasionally on topics I wanted to hear. I've never found it particularly smart or witty - nothing really different than just gossip. Finally unsubscribe dweeb I listened to the episode about why Merle left RDR. At the end I realized there was about a minute where they recapped what everyone knew already - and that was supposed to be the inside dirt? Also, they referred to Lea Michelle from Everybody Loves Raymond when they meant Leah Remini from The King of Queens. I now realize they know NOTHING that they talk about it.
I love how this podcast has turned into a Rupaul's Drag Race talk show! The guests and insights are wonderful.
I love these boys. Listening to them on my long commute to work has made my mornings so much better! Fausto has a excellent sense of humor and makes the podcast fun to listen to. Marc adds a nice touch of warmth, information, and groundedness to the podcast. Every time I listen to them, it feels like I get to kiki with my favorite squirrelfriends. Keep up the good werq boys! :)

5/5

By Jago25
One if the best podcast when it comes to gay topics. Everyone gay and straight need to listen this!!
I stumbled upon these boys one day and have been devoted since. I take them to the gym with me. I would tell anyone who has written a nasty review to give the show at least a 3 episode listen. Keep it up fellas. Looking forward to cooking with drag queens. I sure hope "Chelsea Piers" will be joining you. She is the most talented up and coming queen in NYC!
Get your current events and a good laugh from your new gay besties! Shows have many topics, with research and professionalism. You may want to upgrade to get some everyday! Great insight for this PFLAG mom.
I had to stop listening. Movie is out for 2 weeks and they spoil it. :(
This used to be a great podcast, but in the last year and a half, it seems that it has run it's course. Fausto is obsessed with “Showgirls” and used to quote lame lines from that move almost every show. That had slowly been taken over by their complete obsession for everything that is RuPaul's Drag Race. Hardly an episode goes by without a good 10-15 minute rant about Drag Race, Fausto speaking in a ridiculous “drag voice” . Then there's Fausto's insistence on singing... and not well. Couple that with his "drag voice" and bell ringing and I think it's about time for them to take a bow and say “good night.”
These guys and friends truly execute their intentions to create a community of informed and entertained listeners. They not only engage the conversation of gay rights, gay life, and all GLBT issues, but also perpetuate the importance of embracing people from every sector of society. Fausto and Marc play off of each other with addictive banter that livens every show. Each guest interview brings out deep and interesting topics which allow listeners to get acquainted with many fantastically creative minds. A must for every IPOD.
Not really an intelligent podcast, and not particularly funny. Just a lot of the same sexual jokes that assuming that all gays are shallow and stereotypical. The kind of people who give the rest of us a bad name. Most of the podcast consisted of the podcasters talking over one another and arguing.
i can't seem to be able to download any podcast since the one about miley's tongue.. is it only me or others have similar problem as well?
Feast of Fun is one of my favorite podcasts. They specialize in finding interesting people to interview, or just hanging out with a few hilarious veterans. This show is worth your time.
What a great show. I always look forward to the next episode. However, the kismet recent episode doesn't match the title and is a repeat of the previous one. Lol! Keep up the great stuff!! 👍

1/5

You are failing... Absurdity
Feels like listening to good friends talk..about stuff...with some drag queen... From drag race? 👍👍
Informative and hilarious. I highly recommend you check it out.

5/5

Entertaining, funny, and informative. My favorite podcast, can't wait for the next episode!
and credit-grabby. They should treat their guests with more respect (on an off the air)
I love these guys, and they love everything queer. That's LOTS of love, and I'm so happy to stick them in my ears most every week. xoxo Auntie Kate
I just can't get myself to like the hosts. There's a pompous bravado that comes from Fausto that's irritating. And it seems the podcasts are less about their guests and more about themselves, their workout regimen, the homework they just did to chat with a guest, Fausto's exhausted drag experience, etc. One episode in particular that was disappointing was the Peaches Christ episode. The hosts went on "know-it-all" tangents for long stretches of time, just leaving Peaches to take a back seat to the conversation. Thats hardly an environment hosts would want to create to bring on more guests. I do wish them the best, but there are plenty of other podcasts out there with top-quality hosts to spend my time listening to.
This is quite possibly one of the best gay comedy/news podcasts ever to be created. Marc & Fausto have struck gold.
Used o be a great show with two really down to earth people. Now they are charging listeners, and have giant egos. Not as good as 4 or 5 years ago. Also the hosts have become rude and obnoxious to listeners
And why are they soo uhh....how should i put this...flamboyant?
The only people more vapid and shallow than the hosts are the guests they somehow manage to book.
very unique and entertaining pod cast. They have some great guests. A day with out Feast of fun is like a day with out sunshine. They are the best out there! I highly recommend it!
I've been listening to Marc and Fausto for well over a year, and have thoroughly enjoyed it. As for paying for the podcast, they give you one podcast a week for free, which is what you get with most other podcasts. If you want to get 5 shows a week, the yearly fee will cost you $9 per month, which is, oh, about what? a quarter a podcast? Considering the amount of work these guys put into the podcast, it's WELL worth the money. They've interviewed many, many interesting people that I wouldn't hear about about otherwise. Their banter can get raucous and hilarious, but inexplicable seems to stay above ground. Keep up the great work, guys!
My time is limited, so I only listen to 6 different podcasts, many podcast have come and gone from my list (often due to bad production values or uninteresting shows), but Feast of Fun is one of the first ones to listen to and has always been there. I have been listening to this podcast for many years. True they use to put out 5 free shows a week on a consistent basis, and many podcasts have come and gone (or as some call it PodFading)…but this one gets better and better. Nowadays they still produce 5 shows a week, only its one free show a week (you get it here on iTuens Feed) and they have 4 more that you can access if you become a paid subscriber. Some may balk at the subscription part, but If you like the single free show once a week, imagine what you are missing out on by not subscribing. I prefer to support those that give me something that is quality and puts a smile on my face. Sure…they cover a lot of topics and news, not everything will be your cup of tea, but more often than not it will be. The chemistry between the two hosts (who have been in a relationship for many years) makes for some interesting conversation and one balances out the others personality to make it a not over the top show (yin and yan of podcasting). Heard some fantastic interviews on this show, keeps me informed on gay and world news and trends and some trashy news as well. So go ahead….. start out for free and I am sure you will want to upgrade and support them to continue to produce fantastic shows.
I love this show! They are funny and entertaining! Yes they started charging to get shows 5 days a week, but it is well worth it. They keep me entertained rather than being bored at work. I learn a lot of new things from them and get updated with news that the lgbt community might be interested in.