The eighty-onerd episode of our podcast, Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (On Average), is now online.
This week’s episode: we take part in an April Fool’s Day prank; the Sid & Marty Krofft stable of theme songs; the full story of how Storm came to eat an ice cream cake for charity; Paul’s talent for enlightened self-interest; and classifying the world via laundry.
AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION ALERT: Please take part in the laundry-themed poll below.
Show #081: Underwear and Not-underwear[audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.nuggetman.com/podcasts/PS_5-10_081.mp3]
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Thanks for reminding me to fold the laundry. I am definitely in the “let it pile” camp, no matter my intentions to the contrary.
it didn’t upload right, i’m only getting the first 2 seconds
We’re in the air and everywhere
Flying high, flying loose
Flying free as a summer breeze!
Just took a little trip to Tranquility Forest. Luckily I managed to avoid Benita Bizarre.
Lil’ Guildies was adorable and full of wrongness and I would never ever watch it if it were real. But well done on the song. 🙂
I have made my small but heartfelt donation to FudgieThon. Kudos on your philanthropic success.
Definitely a do-laundry-when-I-need-socks type, which ends up being about every two or three weeks. Much simpler than my high school days of marching band and daily dance classes when I had to wash most of my clothes about once a week.
We have no problem *doing* the laundry. It’s after we finish that we let it pile. :s
I just listened to this episode, since I listen in random order. I’m definitely a ‘let it pile’r, and indeed I have bought new underwear on occasion because I ‘didn’t have time’ to do laundry. I would argue it’s better than doing an Arnold J. Rimmer and turning it inside out, thus extending the wear time by a further two weeks. I find it interesting and a little worrying that even though I wear T-shirts and underwear for roughly the same amount of time before washing them, I still have T-shirts (likely featuring comedy musicians) left when this happens.
I don’t have to worry about even separating out the underwear though, because the washing machine in my building is gigantic and can usually fit most or all of an I-have-no-underwear-left sized pile. If I have a new darkly-colored item of clothing though, the first time I wash it it’ll be with other dark things, or things whose colour doesn’t really matter such as towels and the old underwear I keep for the above-mentioned emergencies.
I probably shouldn’t admit all this on the Internet.