Mack And Tony Hawk Talk About Getting Old On This Week’s Podcast

April 7, 2022 by , featured in Bunny Ears Podcast
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On this week’s episode of the Bunny Ears podcast, Macaulay Culkin and Tony Hawk sit down on Mack’s couch and talk everything from broken bones to gaming. So buckle up!

Mack and Tony start things off by discussing how weird it is for other people that they’re getting older—specifically because the whole world remembers them both at very specific ages.

Tony then tells the story of how he started skateboarding as a kid in the ’70s, and Mack tells the story of how he once owned a skateboard and then had to hide it. Tony then explains how he turned his hobby into an entire career, and how and why he then pivoted into producing video games. He recalls the first time he ever went to a rave (it was a bad scene), and then Mack and Tony show each other their “battle scars.”

The guys round it all out by asking Tony questions from fans, including, “What’s your favorite Tony Hawk video game,” “What’s your most useless talent,” and “Is a hot dog a sandwich?”

If you want more Tony Hawk in your life, check him out on Instagram and Twitter at @tonyhawk. And, as always, get more Macaulay Culkin on Instagram here, Twitter here, and subscribe to his YouTube channel (where he posts a wealth of hilarious content) here.

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  1. I love this!!!!!! Glad to know Tony Hawk was in this episode and also glad to know that my voice was once again featured on this episode in the voice mail recording messages at the end of the show!!!!!! P.S. that message was recorded on Macaulay’s birthday (August 26th) I’m also so glad that I made my Bunny Ears Pointing video of Magee,Mississippi!!!!!!

  2. Speaking of Hotdogs in this episode, In the south, especially in Mississippi, some people use Sandwich Bread instead of a Hot Dog Bun

  3. I really loved this discussion, I know this is a long shot but I hope that Macaulay sees this. I am 37 years old and I grew up with you. I have nothing but wonderful feelings and memories with regards to the work you did as a child and I know this does not define you but I really appreciate you so deeply. Thank you!

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