23 episodes

Wandering the Aisles documents the impulse buys, thefts, and meandering grievances of everyday people in the American retail wasteland and beyond.

These are happenings out in the world. Spontaneous conversational films. Portraits of what I usually do alone to clear my head, but here now with you, Earth’s most interesting regular people.

Wandering the Aisles w/ Andy Farnsworth Yarnsworth Media

    • Comedy
    • 5.0, 24 Ratings

Wandering the Aisles documents the impulse buys, thefts, and meandering grievances of everyday people in the American retail wasteland and beyond.

These are happenings out in the world. Spontaneous conversational films. Portraits of what I usually do alone to clear my head, but here now with you, Earth’s most interesting regular people.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

rubyjane234 ,

Vulnerability at its finest

Andy delivers each show with a refreshing transparency-it frequently feels like I’m listening to a cousin or coworker that I sort of know, and feel a little bit uncomfortable sometimes - in a good way - having them divulge such intimate details to me. My favorite episode yet is the one about the sweat lodge. Amazing! Keep doing what you do, Andy!

HelloCastle ,

Tune in to Wander

Who doesn’t wish they could wander around with Andy talking shop. Now you get to listen to him sharing intimate conversations in the most unusual and ordinary places with fascinating people.

Schizzipoo ,

Raw and Real

In this offbeat docucast, Andy Farnsworth, an up-and-coming standup comedian in New York, gives you a raw, real look into his life. As he candidly talks with friends and other comedians, you get a great look at his inner struggles, his quirky views on relationships and life, and a peak of what it's like to be a comedian. WYYW is the perfect mix of laugh out loud humor and gut-wrenching emotion.

As someone who struggles with chronic depression, I was able to relate to Andy's struggles with day-to-day life, coming to terms with past events, and his quest to find his place in this world. His uninhibited conversations and monologues seem act as a form of therapy for him, while showing the rest of us that it's "normal" to be flawed.

I would recommend giving Andy's podcast a go. It gets better with each new episode, always evolving.

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