WARNING: World Service Membership May Impact On Real Life
Firstly, a thank you to each and every one of you beautiful people who’ve climbed aboard the Second Captains World Service. You’re amazing.
Please continue to get in touch with us if you’re having any problems with your secret codes and podcast players (instruction guide available here) or if you’re simply having issues signing up. We’ve removed Murph from all customer service tasks so we promise there’ll be no more distasteful instructions like the unfortunate filth below:
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) February 14, 2017
But be warned, filling your ears with Second Captains nonsense every day of the week can have a detrimental effect on your day-to-day existence.
— Vincent Grogan (@VinceGrogan) February 16, 2017
We need to be clear that World Service members should try to spend at least as much time with their families as they do with the podcast (listening to the pod in the company of your family is, however, acceptable).
@SecondCaptains First problem with SCWS: while accepting my change in Subway today I accidentally said "you're amazing" to the cashier ???
— Aidan Boland (@aidanboland) February 15, 2017
Use of the phrase “You’re amazing!” should be used liberally in everyday life, and not simply confined to the purchase of a footlong meatball marinara.
If you find your daily helping of the Second Captains Podcast is impacting YOUR life in new and unusual ways, please share your story by emailing email@example.com or tweeting @secondcaptains.
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) February 17, 2017