Meg and Morgan take turns tackling life's biggest questions, like "Would I travel back in time just to smell a Sanrio Surprise in the 90's?" and "Why haven't I bitten that bookcase yet?" They review items and then rank them (because that's what podcasts do.) Finally, a podcast from two women in their thirties who AREN'T horny for murder. It's Chocolate Chips For Dinner, because all the other good podcast titles were taken!
Episode 10: Kings of the Wyld, Curbside Pickup, Good Dye Young hair lightening system, I'm a Gay Wizard
In the last of our vaulted episodes, Morgan is hungover on Professor Meg's Miracle Elixir 100% Guaranteed Cures Frankensteinism (homemade booze). Morgan reviews Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames. Meg gets f*****g hype about cubside grocery pickup and...
Episode 9: Hemnes Bookcase, Mechanical Keyboards, Given by Natsuki Kizu, and Coke Freestyle Machines
Episode 9 is another one of our vaulted episodes, recorded 11/22/2020. Meg is sick as hell right now, and Morgan is going through something so serious she gave herself bangs. This too will pass, hopefully. In the meantime, Morgan talks about her good...
Episode 8: Violet Evergarden, Coffeenut M&Ms, Tomo-Chan is a Girl, Hamilton
In Episode 8, we get back to our roots of Meg creating dumb bits that go on way too long and also providing terrible audio quality by chewing ice and candy while trying to record a podcast. Morgan reviews Violet Evergarden, and Meg leads a remarkably...
Episode 7: 2020 Wrap Up! Universal Basic Income, Black Coffee, TTRPGs, Working from Home
It has finally come! (heh) The 2020 wrap-up is here. We cut a big chunk out of the 2020 wrap up due to the retrospect telling us that maybe we should just shut up and let more qualified voices share their experiences. We pick up the 2020 wrap up in October, when the President got COVID-19 and that was somehow lighthearted news for the nation. It's been a f*****g weird year, y'all. Anyways, Morgan makes some good points about Universal Basic Income, and Meg makes slightly less good points about black coffee and inadvertently outs herself as hella basic. Morgan talks about how important the Tabletop RPG community has been to her over the last year, and Meg discusses how working from home gave her life purpose and meaning again. Look, 2020 was a rough year, we get it... Let's all try to make 2021 a little bit better.
Episode 6: Shure MV7, some cash, Morgan's Secret Santa's smelly box, Jagged Little Pill on vinyl
CW/TW: Mentions of the Nashville Bombing, mental health, anxiety I'll be honest, it's been a weird Christmas. Nevertheless, we persisted and it's time for our après-Christmas review of presents we received. We felt it was tactless to rank gifts we received so we didn't. (We definitely didn't just straight up forget to do it after I made a really tasteless joke). In this episode, Morgan reviews the Shure MC7 microphone while Meg accidentally breaks her Blue Yeti. Meg gets real about her money anxiety. Morgan got a smelly box in the mail and SHE LOVES IT. Meg learns how to be a woman to a song about having sex with Dave Coulier.
Episode 5: Pinwheel Cookies, Muppet Christmas Carol, Morgan's incredibly traumatic childhood Christmases, Star Wars Christmas Special
In our very special Christmas episode, Morgan and Meg start out light and fluffy with homemade pinwheel cookies and the Muppet Christmas Carol. Things take a legitimately dark turn when Morgan reviews her Christmases growing up. They were traumatic and incredibly sad. Meg and Morgan find ways to laugh about the sadness of the past, and then Meg talks about the Star Wars Christmas Special. I had to cut about 25 minutes out because Meg and Morgan wouldn't stop talking about the Star Wars Extended Universe canon. HAPPY WOOKIEE LIFE DAY, EVERYONE! Content/Trigger Warning: Childhood trauma, discussion of poverty, brief mention of child abuse.
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Why do I only hear 1 woman?
It says 2 women but it sounds like 1 woman & 1 man. Confusing but still made me chuckle a few times!