The Rock Block of crappy job experiences continues with code-switching, sexual Harrisons, and more tales from the Animation Industry.
We discuss Barbara’s highchair-wielding Boss Baby and her adventures in Personing while not Feelding so great.
Listener Katie M. shares her serendipitous meeting with her future husband (which we thoroughly dissect), plus Barbara updates us on how app-y she’s Feelding.
Regarding the (currently averted) IATSE strike – which is ALL THE FILM UNIONS – check out @IA_Stories on Instagram.
Vera talks Barbara into signing up with Feeld, a “dating app for couples and singles” she discovered through Lisa (Ep. 005A). Not a paid promotion (But it could be! You hearing us Feeld? You need our Venmo or?)
Barbara reveals the shocking twist of last episode’s dating disaster, and Vera doth protests her undead love. Plus, vintage hip-hip and modern-day cat calling!
We were so lucky to speak with the author of THE CONSENT GUIDEBOOK herself! Erin Tillman is a Dating Coach, Intimacy Co-ordinator, and Executive Director of Sex Positive LA.
Find everything you need to know at Erin at TheDatingAdviceGirl.com
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Trigger warning : Barbara continues her recollections of teenage assault.
Plus letters from abroad, Worzel Gummidge, a leather onesie, and facing social anxiety in real time.
Hold onto your hat, it’s a twinterlude/twinsight two-fer! Vera reveals her new degree, while Barbara examines some perplexing encounters of the virginal kind.
Plus, the twins revisit last episode’s discussion of assault, and how not to be an a-hole over someone else’s trauma (TW, dear listeners).
And now for a very special presentation of Barbara’s oeuvre de film, ENTER THE DIVA!
The twins explore the work of one Dr. Patricia Allen, including her weekly call-in show on LA Talk Radio (tl;dl? Skip to 32:30!) Trigger warning: this episode contains discussion of sexual assault.
But first, a tribute to their departed friend, artist Albert Cuellar. Please visit his Instagram @ArtSpecter1 to see his work with Tim Burton, Slayer, and much more.