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British comedians recognize Destructoid's pulling power

Feb 27 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

British comedians Ray Peacock and Ed Gamble understand the power of Destructoid. Speaking on this past week's Peacock & Gamble Podcast, the successful British duo talked about how our linking to a Ray Peacock stand-up video in an article got them a fat wedge of views.  

Like any wise businessman, Ray Peacock realizes that getting Destructoid on your side is a veritable golden ticket of success and wants to get in with us. As you can hear in the above clip, if everybody who watched the video subscribed to the podcast, Peacock & Gamble would be the stately barons of the iTunes chart and be carried around on a big chair. I've been doing Podtoid for about two years and am yet to taste this success, but Peacock & Gamble aren't as hated as I am so they're in with a good chance!

So, as a favor to me AND I WON'T ASK ANYTHING OFF YOU EVER AGAIN ACTUALLY, go and subscribe to the podcast because it's very funny. I am well aware that this is shameless advertising, just so I can impress two comedians I like and then I can be their mate and get with all their girls that they probably have, but there it is. 

Destructoid is the King Maker.


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